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CONDITION OF LORD BEACONSFIELD. LONDON, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

CONDITION OF LORD BEACONS FIELD. London, April 9. A further bulletin from Lord Beacons field'a physicians at a late hour to-night states tiat his lordship continues very weak, otherwise no material change has taken place in his condition.

Publication Title: South Australian Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MR. BRADLAUGH RE-ELECTED. LONDON, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

MR. BRADLAUGH RE-ELECTEB. London, April 9. Mr. C. Bradlaugh has been re-elected member of Parliament for Northampton.

Publication Title: South Australian Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ADJOURNMENT OF PARLIAMENT. LONDON, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

ADJOURNMENT OF PARLIAMENT. London, April 9. Upon the rising of Parliament last night both Houses adjourned till April 25 for the Easter recess.

Publication Title: South Australian Weekly Chronicle
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THE DIFFICULTY OF TUNIS. PARIS, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

THE DIFFICULTY OF TUNIS. Pabis, April 9. Ihe difficulty which has arisen at Tunis in consequence of the Tecent collision between the French troops and the subjecta of the Bay ef Tunis continues to attract much attention here. The press daily devote articles to toe discussion or me suoieci. The Government, through semi-official journals, distinctly disclaim any policy of annexation in connection with the question, but insist upon the necessity of maintain ing a preponderating influence by France at Tunis. Following the recent extensive warlike preparations the G overnment has despatched a considerable body of troops to Algiers. Iirfoimation has now been received of their arrival. Ten thousand have arrived at tbe fortified town of Constantine, where they will remain to await the progress of events.

Publication Title: South Australian Weekly Chronicle
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THE CHARGE AGAINST A SPIRITUALIST. LONDON, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

THE CHARGE AGAINST A SPUtlTUAHST. London, April 12. The trial of Mrs. Susan Wills Fletcher, of Gordon-square, at the Central Criminal Court, on the charge of being concerned with her husband, Mx. John W. Fletcher, in uula-nfully obtaining a quantity of jewellery and other property by means of false pre tences, with intent to defraud Mrs. J uliet Ann Theodore Heurtley Hart-Davies, has been brought to an end. The accused was found guilty and sentenced to a. year's imprisonment. The court was crowded during the progress of the trial, and a great amount of public interest was taken in the case.

Publication Title: South Australian Weekly Chronicle
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INUNDATIONS IN HUNGARY. LONDON, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

INUNDATIONS IN HUNGARY. London, April 12. The town of Szegedin, capital of the County of CEongrad, in Hungary, is again threatened with a serious inundation. The place, which suffered terribly, from floods a few months ago, is situated in a marsh on the bank of the River Theiss, which has overflowed its bank and threatens to sweep through the town. Most of the population are moving to a place of safety.

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EARTHQUAKES IN NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA. LONDON, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

EARTHQUAKES Iff NORTH AjSID SOUTH AMERICA. London, April 12. - Earthquake shocks have been experienced along almost the entire length of the Pacific coast in North and South America. The phenomena were most alarming in Chili and California. No serious damage to property is reported, but the inhabitants of the affected districts were thrown into a state of great fear.

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MESSES. MOODY AND SANKEY. LONDON, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

MESSRS. MOODY AND SANKEY. London, Anril 12. Messrs. Moody and Sankey, the American revivalists, are expected to revisit England in September next/ for the purpose of con ducting anothtr series of week-day reli gious services throughout this country. It is also probable that before their return to the United States a series of meetings will lie htld in the principal towns of Ireland.

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[RBUTERS TELEGRAMS] RESIGNATION OF THE ITALIAN MINISTRY. ROME, April 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

? ♦ ? [REUTERS TELEGRAMS] RESIGNATION OF THE ITALIAN MINISTRY. Rome, April 7. A Tote ol confcdence in the Ministry ol Sigrior Cairoli was proposed in the Chamber of Deputies this afternoon, and was re jected. Signor Cairolj thereupon tendered his resignation and tbat of his colleagues to King Humbert, by -whom they have been accepted.

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TASMANIAN LOAN. LONDON, April 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

TASMANIAN LOAN. London, April 7. A new Tasmanian loan for £300,000 was floated to-day, and proved a great success, the amount required heing subscribed four times over. The average price at which the loan was allotted was £00 0s. 8d.

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FIJIAN LOAN. LONDON. April 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

FIJIAN LOAN. London. Aoril 7. Tenders for a loan of £150,000 at 4^ per cent, for the colony of Fiji were opened to day. Neaily £600,000 was offered, the average price being £09 10a.

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DIFFERENCES IN THE IMPERIAL CABINET. LONDON, April 7, night. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

DIFFERENCES IN THE IMPERIAL CABINET. London, A pril 7, night. The Duke of Argyll, who held office as Lord Privy Seal in the present Ministry, lias tendeitd his resignation, and announces ss a reason for the step that he differs fropa his colleagues on several material points in the Irish Land Bill, wliich was introduced into the House of Commons last night.

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GREECE AND TURKEY. ATHENS, April 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

GREECE AND TURKEY. Athens, April?. The envoys of tho European Great Powers in thi6 city have presented a per emptory and collective note to the Greek Government, notifying that the new frontier line approved of by the Powers includes Tbessaly and a considerable strip of the province of Epirus. The note further states that the town of Prerisa is to be dismantled, and concludes by urging npon the Government the ad visableness of accept ing tbe new line of frontier.

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CONDITION OF LORD BEACONSFIELD. LONDON, April 7, midnight. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

CONDITION OF LORD BEACONS FIELD. London, April / , midnight. A further bulletin was issued to-night Ly Lord Beaconsticld's medical attendants. No material chaUr'' has taken place in his condition since the morning, and his lord sLip continues to he very weak. This is causing much public anxiety.

Publication Title: South Australian Weekly Chronicle
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THIS ENCOUNTER BAY ELECTION MEETING AT YANKALILLA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

THE ENCOUNTER BAY ELECTION MEETING AT YANKALII-LA. A meeting of the electors of Encounter Baj was held at Tankalilla on Tuesday evening, April 12, to hear the views of Mr. H. Downer. There were about forty electors in attendance. Alter Mr. Downer had spoken a motion in his favor was agreed to, and also one pledging the meeting to support his candidature.

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THE YATALA ELECTION. MEETING AT VIRGINIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

THE 1ATALA ELECTION. MEETING AT VIRGINIA. Mr. Gilbert addressed tbe electors ot Yatila at the Virginia Hotel, on Tuesday evening, April 12. Tiereitereabaut forty persons present, and Mr.L. Hewitt presided. The candidate ad dreceed tbe meeting at length. Mr. C. Hatches moved, and Mr. J. Lindsat seconded, that Mr. Gilbert was a fit person to represent the district. The morion was carried.

Publication Title: South Australian Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE ONKAPARINGA ELECTION. MEETING AT URAIDLA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

THE ONEAPAKINGA ELECTION. MEETING AT XTEalDLl. A meeting of the electors of Onkaparlnga was held at the Uraidla Hotel on Wednesday even ing, April 13, Mr. Geo. Koicea, J.P., presiding. Mr. K. CoBBLEDifK proposed, and Mr. T. Pfia ciyal seconded, a vote of thanks to the old members (Meisrs. Bondey and Erichauff) for their past services. This was oarried. Mr. ELtkhauil. the Hon. J. Can, Dr. Dean, and Sir. Seller addressed the meeting, and answered several questions. Votes in favor of all th» candidates but Mr. Sellar were passed, and ths meeting terminated.

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

On the subject of the Port Elliot granite works the Sratftera Argus says:— 'The works are prospering, beyond expectation. Sines the removal to t&- new locality a better class of granite has been fouad, and Messrs. Carrie and JTindlay, proprietor with about a dozen hands, lave found constant employment. Tfe have before us some samples of splendid red aad grey granite, which Mr.Hndley assures us are superior to any he has previetuly seen in this or the old country. The stonework for fenoiog the city squares is being got oat at Port BUiot, so that very eoon, when the quality comas so prominecily before tbe Adelaide public, we expect to heat of Urge orders being sent for buildings.' gy Messrs. Bloody, Furner, fe Oo. requeit us to call special attention to tbe postponement c? tbtir r tie in the Insolvent Bitate of Hobert Hamdcif, at the farm, South Hammooks, till Ttteediiy, Apri! 19ir-, at 2 o'clock sharp. 108x108

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

TBE APPROACHING ELECTIONS. LEGISLATIVE OOUNOTL. fii^cnoirs. ApfiTXi SO. EetiriBg Members. Candidates. Sir fCilliaoi Milne Sir Henry Ayers Sir Henry Ayera Mr. W. O. Buik Mr. Joseph FioKer Mr. W. Bverard Sir. Alexander Hsy Mr. J. Fisher Mr. Philip Ssnto Mr. A. Grainger Hr.K.A.Tarlton Mr. A. Hay SirWUliam MUce Mr. J. Piokeriug Mr. James Baakiaa Mr. 3. E.Spenoe Mr.B.A.Tarltoa

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OPENING OF THE BALAKLAVA AND DALKEY INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

OPENING OF THE BALAKLAVA AND DALKEY INSTITUIE. The new Institute Hall at Balaklava was formally opened on Wednesday, April 13, by Mr. H. E. Bright. Mr. J. Boswcrth was also present, and there were about 100 persons in attendance. The weather was singularly un propitious, the rain coming dona in sharp ehoveis at intervals throughout tbe d»y. The building having been aeclared duly open, Weippetf s Quartett Verein sang tbe opening cbcrns, ' Bundeslied,' in good style. Mr. Height then gave a brief sketoh of the growth of the township, and expatiated ae considerable leBgth en uie «dvrot«ges to be -derived from the institute libraries with which so many of cur country towns are proviaed. He said that he was proud to be present on such an occasion, and must congratulate the president and com mittee on the euecres they had achieved in getting such a fine institute building at Balakl»va. Be hoped they would soon be ia a position to complete the structure. Alr.BoswoBTHaLio com plimented the c...

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