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Mail News. OUR LONDON NEWS-LETTER. LOndon, February 25. FRANCE AND GREECE.—IMPORTANT DECLARATION FROM M. GAMIETTA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

[?] 6E5B iOSDON SEWS-IETIfiB. IFromonr awn Oorrespondeat.] 'Lendon, February 25. TSUSEE^KD GREECE.— ntPOBT AST DBCLABATIOM' . -FKOBIM.13iSmETTA. 'There WBS-aiiiniportaint debate in1 the French Obamber on Monday «n the relations between - ETsnce«nd Greece. It was brot^ht aboat by - M. Daves, -who asked nieiher there was any ttnth jn .a statement recently made in an English despatehf-that the French Minister oE War iad-premised to «npply Greece- with 39,003 rifles, and whether there had been an«xehsnge of dfrriamstic motes *m=the subject. M. Jnlas Ferry, the Eresident of rheCoDBoil,«tated that Greece bad .asked for a supply of firms and the services of eix general officers, for the organiiation of its army, but tha Council decided not to comply with either -request. Since then, beoommg snare «f poxahasss by middlemen, the Government iiadtprqtiibitedrthe export of aims. M.PascalDapEattbenohargad M. fjamfcetia iwith having pronased aid to the rCreeks. XL Oamoetta thereupon descended f f...

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THE IRISH LAND BILL. LONDON, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

THE IRISH LAND BILL. London, April 11. Mr. Parr ? slivered a speech yesterdar, in which lie dealt at length with the Irish 1 and Bill recently introduced ia!o the l Boupe of Commons bv Mr. Forster. Wtoile ? fpeakisg of the Bill with a certain measure of favor he maintained that it had grave defects, and added that any good derivable from the measure would depend upon tU3 firmness of the people in their adherence to the Irish Land League. Mr. Purnell de nounced emphatically the clauses of the Bill which Lave reference to emigration.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

A. ioxr meeting of tie Aichffrv Club .was held on Saturday, ,^nril ». jaTe «flver -arrow for the ladies' highest score ana -woo by Uiss-Orawford with' 150 points, less slack and white liege, 109; 2nd, Mrs.tJordoD, '103. less white rings, 100. Hiss -Crawford aho -mm the g*B*]emerfs chaUenge prize for the 'fiist tfme, «nd the captain'* :tiballenge. Mr. Sfceiner has : prcfcnted a.harafagne tuaeelet to lie «hotfor twice. Competitors -to receive handicaps, the highest aggregate (core to take it. The mIvbt : arrow for the gentlemen's highest score was won by Mr.G-5Bootbby,-who«l«o«T-n1tbe- ladies' ?eballeogefortthetfrrttiine. ^tere'«C3cKji^-«aiTBrci,42n-eoMFoanao— w*I«.tbortnigtkiiowl«aeeo!tJieTi«tnral}awj-which : C°TcrB Slie'tfvpezBtaOQSr. q^ ^WMtjm fJ*A S&tXJtiafl, »BEttaUw«idi«daUtatel«-iBnorea boreogt mhiok -«w tare nsjMsyJiimy doctors' bate. Su by tie *o,n**t eraty teademy ,fo Ss«k. ffl^Srtds pf , . *^«enfct fia«fi££*5lBfv5£3?StttfB;L J*WM — -Jir*s EPra ft- Co, HomoBop»Sic vu...

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CONDITION OF LORD BEACONSFIELD. LONDON, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

CONDITION OF LORD BEACONS FIELD. London, April 11. A bulletin issued at midnight last night by Earl Beaconsneld's physicians states that during yesterday hie lordship suffered con siderable spasmodic breathing. This, how ever, they have been able to relieve very much. TheTe is no change otherwise in his lordship's condition.

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COMMERCIAL. LONDON, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

COMMERCIAL. liONDON, April 9. . Tin is £83 5s. ; copper, £70.

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IMPROVEMENT OF EARL BEACONSFIELD. LONDON, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

IMPROVEMENT OF EARL BEACONS FIELD. London, April 12. A bulletin issued by Lord Bsaconsh'eld'e physicians at midnight last night gives a scmevrhat more favorable report of his lordship's condition. His lordship for twenty-four hours had enjoyed battir rest, and v&b beginning to regain his strength.

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THE LATE WAft IN TOE TRANSVAAL. LONDON, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

THE LATE WAR IN THE TRANS VAAL. London, April 12. The Government have received from the Cape a statement by Major-General Sir Evelyn Wood in reference to the surrender of the British at Potchefstroom to the Boers. It appears that, the surrender of the place was brought about in consequence of the treachery of the Boers ; and the latter now acknowledge this fact. The question relative thereto in tha House of Commons is therefore rescinded.

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THE LATE ASSASSINATION OF THE CZAR. ST. PETERSBURG. April 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

THE LATE ASSASSINATION OF THE CZAB. St. Petebsbtjiig, April 9. The trial of Rousakoff, the assassiu of the late Emperor of Russia, and a number of persons implicated by his confession, wu concluded to-night. The prisoners were found guilty and sentenced ts death.

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THE DIFFICULTY AT TUNIS. PARIS, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

THE DIFFICULTY AT TUNIS. Pabis, April 10. Great excitement prevails throughout Algiers in consequence of the recent arrival of French troops at Bona. The Bey has formally protested against tbe violation of his territory by the French, and addressed an appeal to the European Great Powerg on the subject.

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TUZNGKILLO. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

TUNGKILLO. April 9.— Present— All. Mr. Harding wrote in reference to repairs of boundary-road; Air. ODea to attend to same. Memorial received from Messrs. Hall and others for repair of Hall's road; consideration deferred. Messrs. Droge mnller end Paeoh to inspeot Seedy Creek-road and arrange for repair. A vote of thanks to the late clerk was carried unanimously. Payments, £21 7s.

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Perth, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [From our own Correspondent-] Perth, Aped 8. Tne UovetBOr prorogued tbe Uoonou on ?Ehnzeday until June. The dosing' speech pro mised to entertain an Audit Aet next seHion if framed to the approval of the Secretary of State, and concurs with tbe course adapted by Go veraorBobiDsonrdativejtowithboIdingassBiztts ? tbe Audit Bill of but session. Ml Hare, resident magistrate at Albany, died last Saturday. Mr. LoftSc, police magistrate at Perth, succeeds Mr. Hue; Mr. dboll, roiident msguteate at Koeburoe, succeeds Mr. Lof tie ; and Sir. Lawranco, resident magistrate at Greecongb, cuoceeds Mr. SholL The Geraldton and Greetiough residencies will be amalga mated. It it proposed to initiate immediate measures to withdraw tbe certificate system incumbent upon passengers from Western Australia to the other colonies. The formation of an energetic Chamber of Commerce u being advocated. The Legislature hesitating to pass the Scamp Eniies liill, the Governor threatened to with he...

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TATALA SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

TATALA SOUTH. r April 3.— Present— Cm. Williams (chair), Thiele, and Lowrie. Beceived memorial for re pair of Collins-street, Enfield; jnsn&Aotto visit end report. Rw^jnt^- £47'; payments, £823.

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COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. AUBURN. April 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

COUKTBT TELS&SAMS. [From oar own Oorre*pondent,l AUBURN. ADril 13. The weather has been showery this morning. A splendid rain is now falling, and it is iitoiy to continue. BALACLAVA. April 9. Our linemen fired the return match with the Fort Wakefield Company to-day on the range -t tiie latter. The distances ware 200, SJO, and 500 yards, and the positions were the same as for class llring. Seven shots were allowed at each diftance. The scores were:— BalakUva, 3S6; Port Wakefield, 285, leaving our local men victors by 71 points. Frivate tslake made the top Ecore with 87 points. BOSDEB TOWN, AprU 8. Petet fiicholU, the last msAlboy, vt» found this afternoon some twelve miles in a direction north of Border Town. Nothing bat his pluck tse kept him alive. He did not seem surprised at meeting tbe party, nor to oemprehend that it was in eearch ot him. A great weight seems re moved from the public mind. The urst question be asked was whether tbe pony and mails-bags were safe. He was ...

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LAW COURTS. LOCAL COURT.—STOCKPORT. THURSDAY, APRIL 14.[Before Messrs. G. W. Hawkes, S.M., and R. Harkeness, J.P., Geo. Rhodes, J.P., and J. McLachlan. J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

LAW OOUBTS. LOCAL OOUET.-STOCKPOET. . Thursday, April 14. [Before Messrs. G. W. Hawkes, S.M., and B. Harirnees, J.P., Geo. Bhodes, J.P., and J. Mi-raohlnmJ.P.1 P. McAbdlb t. J. O'Dea.— Claim for £22, due on dishonored acceptance. Mr. Lewis for defen dant. Plaintiff, who is a eommission agent and moneylender, stated that defendant, on No vember 20 last, purohased a mare from him for the above amount, giving an acceptance for three months. After a lengthy hearing the bench gave a verdict for tha full amount, with interest addeo. Mapebsok v. Eichm.— £10 10s. Sd., goods ?applied. Plaintiff had no proper account made out, but handed ia his ledger. The accounts were made np in suoh a confused way that the S.M. remarked that they were like a Chinese pnacle. Defendant said tbe goods were sup plied to his brother, and pleaded part payment of the debt. Nonsuited.

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POLICE COURT—LAURA. MONDAY, APRIL 11. [Before Messrs. Walter, J.P., Davey, J.P., and Farrar, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

POLICE COURT-LAURA. MOICDAT, APEEL 11. [Before Messrs. Walter, J.P., Davey, J.P., and Farrar, JJP/I John McMahon.Patrick Mcilahtn, and Patrick Bycm, were charged with assaulting Joseph Fleet at Appila on Starch 28. The offence was dearly proved, and the two McUaaon's were fined 40s. and costs each, Patrick Byan escaping with ? penalty of 80s. and costs. Richard Breiaum was charged with stealing a book value 5s., and £100, the property of John Brennan. Dr. 'Kauffioan appeared for tbe ^liUBCVUWVU) SUAU — ? ? i ^a JMm AJIilJUU M.VM. DUD defence. It appeared from the evidence that the defendant, who is a butcher at Wilmington wa?, up to recently, connected with the prosecutor in business, bnt in what capacity did not dearly appear. The prosecutor alleged that defendant was his servant, and as such had collected money on his account, for whioh he had not accounted, and also that he had retained the prosecutor's book containing entries of meat sold. A docu ment wss put in by Dr. Kaufmaan ...

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NORTH RHINE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

NOBTH EHINE. April S. — Present — All. Memorial received from 19 ratepayers on tae subject of the travel ling stock reserve between the Birdcage Creek aad the Rhine ; to be attended to. Letter from Meure. Ferguson and O. Brans, calling atten tion to bod state of road at their places ; to be inspected. Mr. G. Eranz to be asked to allow himself being appointed curator of Bagot Uexnetery. uentral iioaa isoara to db requested to expend the amount voted for KeynatOH-road as toon as poetible on that road. Clerk reported that Nicholson had been employed to assist dfcj»»n in urgent repairs; approved, aad his services to be continued if necessary for another nontb. Clerk instructed to prepare plae for council chamber. Tenders accepted— Contract 813, E. Milicb, £8 5s.; 214, E. Milicb, £40 10s.; S1S, F. KarcohaU, at £5 8a. 9d. Eoad from Bhi&e 'Villa to Wilson's Beserra at crossing of Clark's Creek to be metalled. Payments, £110 4i. 6d.

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RAPID BAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

BAPID BAT. April 2.— Present — AU. Tenders accepted — Fishing Creek, John Turner, £16 lls ; building stable, Joseph Lord, £74 Si. ; making road at Woolthed.F. Parlor, £44 18«. 6d.; making road Hard's Corner, Tbos. Lord, &t per obain. Adjourned Meeting.— Letter from Taakalilla and MypeDga District Oouncils re show of stock. Mr. John Turner applied to have timber for firewood off the road below sections 104, 8512, and 1S1, Cape Jems; granted. Mr. Simpson to be allowed to cut down timber for fencing between Bectious 1633 and 1533. Mr. Thomas Lord spplied for extension of time on his contract ; to be eoaiidered when Ids con tract is finished. Mr. Christie applied to have the dam on the reserve at Cape JeviB cleared out; to be attended to. Ifr. Thomas atkeato hare the road cleared from Collins'g Corner to the bridge ; clerk to give Mr. John Cole and F. Kitckell fourteen day3* notice to clear the said road. Tenders to be called for culvert at Lord's Sill. Eeceipts, nil ; payments,...

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RHYNIE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

EHYKEE. April 9. — Present — AIL Correspondence re ceived from Orown Lands Office to be attended to. Tenders accented — Contract 58, J. Borne, £8 ; 58, A. Hillary, £8 ; 60, M. Standen. £5. Or. Flew was empowered to speed £3 on Khynie and IFoolshed-road. Receipts, £11 2a. Bd, ; pay ments, £16 10s.

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TEATREE GULLY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

TEATBBE GTTLLY. April 11.— Present; — All. Tenders accepted — ISO cubic yards of road metal, Matthew Pappt , 4s. 3d. per yard. Mr. John KcGeHon, jnn., requested repairs to be done on the Hermitage-road; referred to Para Wirra Council as to repairs on that part of tha road. Ferments, £6 Of. Sd.

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE THURSDAY, APRIL 14. CUSTOMS HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

©OVERNatENT GAZETTE, Thtjbsdat, Ap mil 14. CUSTOMS KOLIBiT. Saturday, April 16, is appointed as a Customs' holiday. rssotvExcr couar. The Hon. Samuel James Way, Chief Justice^ is appointed to be alfio Commissioner of tha OoartoE Intalvecay. JtiEOTE BOAKD. A new by-law has been made by the Marina Board, to take effect from tbe 8th inst., and to be substituted for that made on January 38, 18S0, and numbered 11. which is therefore re peeled. Thfi new by-law baa relation to tha charges of light-dues on vessels. BOASDS UP ADVICE. The following gentlemen are appointed to ba members of tbe boards of advice for the under mentioned school districts, viz : — Messrs. Henry Icglis and Jonn George Forater, Hynam; and Kicbolas Simons, Pert Pine. The resignation ot Mr. Henry Lamshed, J.P., ss a member of the board of advice for the; sohool district of Torka Valley is accepted. COKMISEIOK OF THE TEACE AKD LICEKeiMO BENCE. The resignation of Mr. Gouge W. Gosdhart as a Justice of the Peace, and also ...

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