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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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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...