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NORTH ADELAIDE V. KENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

JiOUIl! A1IKI.AIM! V. KkMT. Tho return roatoh butworn thone clnbi wm lu.'Kun Ht thu Uval 011 HsUirdny, April II, and although only lialf nvuriirowiix«a very dilforont 11 mill iruiu tlio first onu. OS tliu Bm»U atten dance on tbu ground the greater portion bent tLtir atlujtiuu to this match, far they hai a dirjilsy of Homu of tbe tallest soaring that has been teen on the Oval this scaeon. Ia fact the ecoic of the North Adelaides, 299, ib one of the largest tbat has ever been made in a niaioh between association clubn. Tha Nrvrth Adelaide captain won the toss, and sent in K.mll and A Slight on a good wicked, which, though bligbtly bumpy at first, seemed to im prove during tbe game. Miller and Kiley com menced the trundling. Knill immediately began ecoriog at a good rate, and got cuainer alter chainer off bath bjwlerj, but Slight was not in it at all, and alter making 3 he was nioely caught at point by Furnell. McShono, the oelebrated Kaet Melbourne bowler, who has joined the North Ade...

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

' Election Notices.} - TTklSTBIOT OF y£IHJ-EBS. Electors of Flinders— If yon wish to fee re presented hy a nut of Tdberml -newi and sknek integrity who is a good speaker and intimately acquainted with your district VOTB FOB THOMAS BTJKGOYNB, YOTJR ? LOCAL OAHDIDATK. *7Ia £L£CT9BS OF FLlIVDEttS. VOTE FOB ANDBEW TENNANT, The Independent Candidate who does KOI SUPPORT a TR&HLINB to BENEFIT the 8HEPHSBDBD PASTORAL LEASES belong, log to Measrs. SeoSt, Moseley, and Green. Bemember APBIL the 80ft, and tecozd yoar Tote thus— TENHANT,A ? [X] ? ' ? 105&O06 Electors of flinders VOTE FOB W. R. MORTLOCK, Tour old and tried Member, who does not want tbe public manej spent on a TBAMLINB to tiB own Btation,noi to have tlieSHEPHEEDED CLAIMS frpl''tp'E *? Messrs. Soott, Moseley, and Green ZNOBBASBD IN VALUE at the COLONY'S EXPENSE. Bemember April the 20th, and recoil jour VOTES thns— MOBTLOCK, B, ? |flJg. ^.3ST S 'W BBS TO OBJECTIONS TO G. E. BLACKWELL ASA candidate FOE THB Eeprcsenta...

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COMMERCIAL RELATIONS BETWEEN GERMANY AND AUSTRALIA. LONDON, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

COMMERCIAL RELATION'S BE TWEEN GERMANY AND AUS TRALIA. London, April 11. The proposal made some timo a^o, by representatives of mercantile firms iu Ger macy, that arrangements should bs made for a direct line of trading vessels between that country and the chief ports of the Australian colonies is again revived, and there exists at present a probability of its being successfully carried out. Prince Bis marck, who is in favor of the movement, has expressed an opinion that it would ba of material advantage to the commerca of the Empire, and in the Prussian Chamber has proposed that a Government subsidy be paid lor a limited period to such Gorman ihii'ping companies as should establish direct commercial relations between Ger siany and Australasia.

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AN ENGLISHMAN SEIZED BY BRIGANDS. LONDON, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

AN ENGLISHMAN SEIZED BY BRIGANDS. London, Anril 11. A band of brigands, which for 60tne time has inteti'd the country near Saloniea, a large seuport city of 70,000 inhabitants in European Turkey, on the gulf of the siune name, and about -ilS miles couth- west from Constantinople, hns seized an Englishman, and carried him off. A ransom of £ 15,000 is demanded for his release.

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DISCOVERY OF A PLOT TO ASS ASSASSINATE MR. GLADSTONE. LONDON, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

DISCOVERY OF A PLOT TO ASS A.S3I NATE MR. GLADSTONE. London, April 11. A discovery has been made of a plot to assassinate Mr. Gladstone. The infjrm&tion at present to hand is very meagre, but it is understood that some Fenians at New York hfid conspired to waylny and murder Mr. Gladstone on a favorable opportunity. Detectives are at present engaged ia making enquiries, and in the meantime precautions are being taken to prevent Mr. Gladstone fvom being nttneted, and his home and official residence have been placed under strict police protection.

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THE LATE EARTHQUAKE ATSCIOS. LONDON, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

THE LATE EARTHQUAKE ATSCIOS. London, April 10. Several men-of-war belonging to the different European nations have been dispatched to the Island of Scios with relief for the remaining inhabitants after the recent terrible earthquake, by which 5,OC0 persons lost their lives, and many others were seriously injured.

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THE PROPERTY OF THE LATE MR. CARLYLE. LONDON, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

THE PROPERTY OF THE LATE MR. CARLYLE. London, April 10. The personal estate of tho iato Mr. Thomas Corlyle, the distinguished essayist and historian, amounts to A:3o,000,

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TRIAL OF ASSASSINS AT ST. PETERSBURG. LONDON. April 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

TRIAL OF ASSASSINS AT ST. rETEKSUUilG. London, April 10. The trial has commenced at St. fetors burg of Rousakoffand live other persons who were associated with him in the late assassi nation of the Czar Alexander II.

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THE IRISH LAND BILL. LONDON, April 8, morning. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

THE IRISH LAND BILL. Londow, April 8, morning. Mr. Forster, Chief Secretary for Ireland, introduced the new Government Laud Bill, regulhtirjg the purchase and tenure of land in Ireland, into the House of Commons last ijijiht. In doing so he explained ex haustively its main provisions, which are as courts which will bo authorised to fix th9 amount of rents to be paid by tenants, and fixity of tenure will be secured by those remaining unaltered during a period of fifteen jcaii. It will further be within the province of the courts to regulate not only the tenure, but land questions generally. A commission will be appointed empowered to. make grants assisting emi gration by those -who desire to leave the country, also for aiding tenants in purchas ing holdings or buying lauds from those owners who are willing to sell. On the other hand it will be quite optional for both tenants and landlords to invoke the assist ance of the courts by way of settlement of disputes. The Bill provides that...

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THE UNIVERSITY BOATRACE. LONDON, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

THE UNIVERSITY BOATRACE. London, April 8. Ihe annual boatrace between the Uni versities of Oxford and Cambridge was rowed over the usual course from Putney to Mortlake to-day. After an excellent race the Oxford crew came in winners by three lengths.

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THE S.S. ROMA. ADEN, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

THE S.S. ROMA. Aben, April 8. The British India Steam. Navigation Company's steamship Roma, which left Naples March 25, arrived here day before yesterday.

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

LORD PRIVY SEAL. London, April 9 Lord Carlingford Chichester Fortescue, who -was President of the Board of Trade, in the last Liberal Administration has been appointed to Bucceed the Duke of Argyll j-.s Lord Privy Seal.

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THE PEACE IN THE TRANSVAAL. LONDON. April 8. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

THE PEACE IN THE TRANSVAAL. London, April 8. In the House of Commons to-night Sir Michael Hicks-Beach, Colonial Secretary,in the late Conservative Ministry, gave notice of motion censuring the Government for the terms upon which peace ha3 been lately concluded with the Boers in the Transvaal.

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COMMERCIAL. LONDON, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

COMMERCIAL. London, April 8. The quantity of wheat afloat for the United Kingdom is 2,430,000 quarters. Tin is £70. The total stock of tin in England and Holland is 12,000 tons. The total stock of copper in England and Fiance is 45,000 tons. Beef tallow is 34s. Best sides of Australian leather are 10|d. per lb.

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

A meeting of the Port Adelaide Re wing Club was held at the Ship Inn, Port Adelaide, on Monday evening, April 11. There was a large Bttend&bce, and Mr.E. Lamb (captaiu) presided. In con»equence of tbe recent dispute with re fereice to the proposal of the club to join iu the intercolonial boatrace, the captain and bon. secretary (Mr. B. Formbj 1 forwarded their re signation!, but at tbe earnest request of ure viuu wiuy cvuBenxea xu uvuQunw Lueui. The eecretary, in answer to a question, stated tbat the receipts of the club for the la»t six months amounted to £103 9s. 4d., and ths expenditure to £97 18s. 3d., including tbe £10 paid for tbe cight-oar boat. On the motion of Mr. O. Tcdd, seconded by Mr. J. darter, it was resolved to insure the club shed aud its contents for £S0O. A discussion arose a? to the advie ablenets of selling two or three of tbe old boats with the view of purchatiDg new ones with all the latest improvements. It was, however, pointed out that the old boats ...

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

HGCSB OF ASSEMBLY. t»- *»:.«. ? Lat» New District. Members. Memoere. East ^Tob- J T.Flcyford J T. Play ford MK8(2)... J_E.T. Smith IS.T.Smika M»*pt Bab- f A. H. Landseer I A. H. Landseer ileb (2) ... \ V. W. Stakes (. J. L Stirliaj -,Mstl,2- jF.Ba»e«ow ?F. Basedow Zamma (2).. j j w Downer j j. w Downer _ „„„ ,Vs i G. O. Hawket i G. O. Hawk* T.CT.MA (2) J u G]jde J h GJjde Baet Asb- I J. C Bray 1 J. C. Bray uidi(2)... \G. S. Fowlar 1 U.S. Fowler Wket Adb- I H. Fraser ( C. C. Kingston u.idi(2)... |W. K. Simms J H. iVaser Eo^Efi)!:{o-pe~»ok {*.kp™ ¥? tBi Avir l cr, u. jlmni-u j ?* , n. jjcuu eeiib (2)... \ w- J- Magarey X F- B. Buckaall -5ttti,t^-- jW.Townncnd iW.Torpnsend Poht Adb-Jd. Bower j'Sf1*'**, lAlDE(2j...|j.Halt (eon rB.£era (ST. B. Bom Enii(3)..XV. B. Rona--? sevell ( seveU (.E. Ward (t t Tn— fit. D. Boss WAi,r.A».eJ \ £ ^J™* J L. L. Faraer f K. W. K. Hea- (A. Hardy Axbeet(2)..^ ning -{ B. W. KHea l A. Hardy (_ ning EUiCXIOKS, ATKIt 2S. Candidates. f (O. E.Black^nQ I I T. Bar...

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THE APPROACHING ELECTION. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. ELECTIONS, APRIL 20. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

TflJB APPRO ACHING ELECriOX; LEQISLATIVS COUNCIL. ^ KLB0noxs.Ar.BiL 26. _^_ — Bctiricg Hcnbore. Candidates. -j / / Sir William Milne Sir Henry A; en Sir Besry Aj.r. Mr. W. C. liaik Mr. Josf ph Fibher Hr. W. Everard iit. Alexander Hay Hr. J. Fisher Hr. Philip Sscto Sir. A. Graiuger Air.K. A.TarUea Mr. A. Hay Sir William Miles Mr. J. Piokeriu* Hr. James Ba&lcine Hr. J. B. bpauce Mr. B.A. Tarltom

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THE ALBERT ELECTION. Narracoorte, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

THB ALBERT ELECTION. fBv Teleoraph.l fFrom our own Correspondent.! Narraooorte, April 11. There has been very little excitement in the township in connection with the elections, although all available places have been oorered with electioneering posters and handbills. Mr. Shannon has been represented bb a wolf in theepfs clothing with regard to the farmers acd the land question. Cards bearing favorable notices of bim have also bsen distributed. Out of 500 electors only 150 have exercised their fraGchise. Narracoorte, April 13. The scrutiny of the votes in the district ol Albert was resumed here to-day, and concluded in a stoit period. The old members were re turned. Mr. Shannon lias announced that he will contett tbe first vacancy. BeturaiDg-ofnoer, Mr. H. J. Smith, S.U. Candidates— Messrs. Bull, Hardy, Henniug, «xd Shanntn. & o Polling-place. ?& '3 g _. B W 5 (S Karracoortc ? 102 70 68 4 Border lown ? -J5 63 3 0 Kobe ? &9 33 47 S liDKKton ? 41 8* 47 8 Meniog...

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INUNDATIONS IN SPAIN. LONDON. April 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

INUNDATIONS IN Sl'ATN. Londox, April 7. Tbe inundations in Southern Spain still continue, and most 6evere weather is being experienced throughout tho peninsula. In the province of Seville the river Guadal quiver is higher than has been known for many years, and at Seville, the capital of tlie provicce and chief city iu Andalusia, the stream has become a foaming torrent and made its way through the streets, committiog great destruction of property. The condition of several of the principal buildings ia critical, and a great portion of the population has suffered severely. There have been heary floods also in the maritime province of Malaga, -where the Guadalhorca and other rivers have overflowed their basks. The low-lying plains are submerged, and the inhabitants compelled to flee for safety.

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Telegraphic News. ADELAIDE AND LONDON TELEGRAPH. THE TICHBORNE CLAIMANT CASE. LONDON, April 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

ffifkjgragpc ||ebjs* TELEGRAPH, BY SUBMARINE CABIA [SPECIAL TELEG&AMS.~\ (iTom our own Oarrespondeat-J THE TICHBORNE CLAIMANT -JASE. London, April 7. The solicitor on behalf of the Tichhorne claimant is engaged iii collecting additional evidence for the purpose of submitting the case before Parliament.

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