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SPECIAL SHIPPING TELEGRAM. London, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

^ ? SPECIAL SHIPPING TELEGRAM, . London. Acril 13. Arrived— From Svdney — Candida., ship, -failed January 6. From Port Chalmers — Ducedin, ship, sailed January 5. London, April 20. Arrived — Bothwell Castle, barque, from Melbourne January 1G; Metredale, ship, from Sydney December 15; Loch Etive, ship, from Sydney January 11; J. W. Parker, brig, from Lyttelton January II; Wave Queen, barque, from Napier December 23.

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GREECE AND TURKEY. CONSTANTINOPLE, April 20. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

GREECE AND TURKEY. Constantcn'oplb, April 20. The Turkish and Greek Governments up to the present have failed to come to an agreement as to the details of the new frontier line. A proposal is now submitted by the European Powers that a convention of representatives of the two Governments be held under the auspices of the Powers, at which the points of difference may be fully considered, and if possible finally adjusted.

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MEETING AT WOODSIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

MEETING AT WOOD3IDB. A meeting of the electors of Oukap&ringawftS beldin the Woodaide Institute on Wednesday. Mr. J. Z. Beixab, who was well received, ex plained hia views ; and a unanimous vote of banks to him for his attendance was passed, followed by an equally unanimous vote that he was a fit and proper person to represent the district.

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OUR CAPE OF GOOD HOPE LETTER. Cape Town, March 29. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

OUR CAPE OF GOOD HOPE LETTER. 1 From oar own CorreEOondent.1 Cape Town, March 29. The colonial Parliament was opened by ' SirHercnIe6EobiDSononthe25thiDs-. As * this vrae TT« Excellency's first public ap pearance in the colony it drew together a ' -very large number of spectators. The state- - room of Government House, in which the ceremony is performed, -was never more ' crowded than it was upon 'this occasion. There was not standing room for the people who had received cards of admission, and the struggle for places which -took place 'un- _ pleasantly reminded one of the pit entrance. ' ' to a liondon theatre upon Boxing Night. ' The day was warm and cloudless, and 'had - it not been that the speech was one of the ' etiofteet which has ever been delivered upon : such - an occasion, those who had reached ,* such a position as enabled them to listen to . it would have been able to form a lively - conception- of some of the horrors of the black Hole of Calcutta. When the speech had b...

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THE ONKAPARINOA ELECTION. MEETING AT STIRLING EAST. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

THE ONKAPARINGA. ELECTION. MEETING AT STIRLING EAST. The Hon. John Carr addressed a meeting of the electors of Onksparinga in the Stirling East Sohoolroom on Wednesday evening, April 20. There was a fair and representative gather ing. Dr. Deane was invited to attend, but had called a meeting of his own at the Halfway House, Mount Barker-road. Mr. Thomas Robin con occupied tbe chair. The candidate gave a reiume of his past fourtetn years' labors in the political world, and hiB opinions on the topics at present engaging [public attention. He was listened to with great attention. A large num ber of questions were put to Mr. Carr, which he answered in a satisfactory manner. Mr. W. Lewis, J.P., then moved, and Mr. Isaac Roqers seconded, that Mr. Carr is a fit and proper person to represent tbe district in the House of Assembly. The motion was carried, with one dissentient. A meeting of the electors of the district of Onkaparinga, convened by Dr. Deane, was held at the Halfway House, Stir...

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SERIOUS ACCIDENT TO A CUNARD LINE STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

SEBIOUS ACCIDENT TO A CUNA.RD - LINE STEAMER. ; On February 26 tbe steamship Malaga arrived ? at Plymouth, having 'on board eighteen paawo- : gers, the purser, and 118 sacks jjf mails from the Cunard steamer Batavia, which' broke down on ; her voyage from Hew York to Liverpool, and regarding whioh the greatest -anxiety m - manifested for nearly a fortnight. The Batavnt left New York on January 19, with ten cabin and twelve steerage passengers, 118 sacks of mails, and a fall cargo. Cine weather was ex perienced during the first three day*, bnt oh the Slst the wind rose, and foi the next three days the .vessel encountered squally winds, with a heavy sea. At 3 a.m. on the 26th the passengers' were aroused by hearing a heavy grating crasb. at once concluding that the shaft had broken frcm the fact that for some time before tic, propellor had been constantly flying out of ten water. Ho danger, however, was anticipate':, a number of the passengers instantly drop ping off to sleep again, w...

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY NOMINATIONS. THURSDAY, APRIL 21. GUMERACA (Two Members). [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY NOMINA TIONS. Thdbsdat, Afstl 21. Gumeeacka (Two Members). Chief voting-place— Gumeracha. Eeturning officer— Mr. G. McEwin. Henry Allerdale Grainger, of Adelaide, broker. 'William Haines, of Teatree Gully, gentleman. Jobn BonrjBevell, of Adelaide, gentleman. Samuel Tomkinson, of Adelaide, gentleman. Proceed isgB adjourned till 25th instant.

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The Easter Holidays. EASTER MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

:S|e Mmkt paffitrap. EASTEB M0NDA.Y. £uter Monday was observed, in aooordaace ' with old custom, as s publio holiday. The { weather was beautiful, with plenty of sunshine end a pleasant breeze, so that the number of those who left their homeB to spend the day iu holiday fashion was exceedingly large. A long, list of amusemeutd is generally prepared tor so popular a- holiday as Easter Mouday, and this } ear there was no exception to tbe rule. Tae seekers of pleasure at publio demonstrations bad plenty to choose between, bat all the pionics were more or less well patronised.- The greatest attraction was the go-as-jou-please contest at the Exhibition grounds, where an immense crowd collected to witness something o£ the six osjb' match, and also to bub the athletic sporrs, of which a special programme had beeu ar ranged for the occasion. It is estimated that there were about 8,000 persons present. The race n-eetiog at Oakbaak in oonneotion with the Onkaparinga Oiub was a great sueaess, ...

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ELECTION TELEGRAMS. GOOLWA, April 18. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

ELECTION TELEGRAMS. [From our own Correspondents.] GOOLWA. April 18. Mr. A. Lindsay addressed a very small cumber of electors in the Institute -hall, Gool wa, on Saturday evening. A considerable portiou of his speech w»b in reference to chicory and mustard, the enormous amount of duties paid on these articles, and tbeir uses and adultera tions as shown in tbe Lancet. He urged the farmers to cultivate such in place of all wheat. His remarks would no doubt have been edifyin j on a more suitable occasion, bat from a political standpoint the address was not a success. A vote of tbankB was proposed to Mr. Lindsay, but tbe motion found no seconder. Oondderabl amusement was afforded the meeting whe ? another aspirant for political honors.Mr. Hodson. of Middleton, sBoended the platform and an nounced his determination to be returned to represent the district. His theatrioal style of expounding his peculiar views was irresistible. When being led off the stage be created math merriment by ear...

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THE WAR IN THE TRANSVAAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

THE WAE IN THE TfiANSVAAL. Tfae special correspondent of the I/radon Standard, who was taken prisoner by the Bsers and subsequently released, gives a Jong and graphic account of the disaster at Majuba HilL Tee strength of tbe column which left the oamp on February 36 amounted to about 60J all told, belonging to the 58th, 60th, 92nd, and Kaval Brigade :— ?? The night was dark, and the march, across an unknown country, toilsome in tbe extreme. We first made oar way over the comparatively level ground to tbe foot of the main range cf hills, bat there our difficulties began, tn many cases the ascents were abso lutely precipitous, and whatever them wag fooS iDg for them huge boulders and loate atones, which rolled down when toaohed, covered the ground. When, after immense labor and no slight danger, we reached the top, it was only to find that after a short time we hid to descend again. Our native guide kept steadily forward; had It mot been foe him we should never oats reached our desti...

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NOARLUNGA (Two Members). [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

NoABLtTfGA (Two Members). Chief voting-place — Noarlunea. Kefcurning officer — Mr. O. H. Myles. Thomas Atkinson, ef Noarlunga, farmer. Jcbn Colton, of Adelaide, wholesale saddler. Charles Bdward Tidemann, ot Adelaide, auctioneer. Proceedings adjourned till 25th instant.

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Light (Three Members). [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

Light (Three Members). Chief voting-place— Kapunda. fietarniog offioer— Mr. J. Varley, S.M. Jenkin Coles, of Kapunda, auctioneer. Bobert Dixson, of Adelaide, tobacco manu facturer. Henry Vivian Moyle, of Allen's Creek, Kapunda, farmer. James White, of Kapunda, land agent. Proceedings adjourned till 25th instant.

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ONKAPARINGA (Two Members). [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

Onkapabthqa (Two- Members). Chief voting-place — Woodside. rJeturniog officer — Dr. H. O. F. Ef an. John Carr, of Adelaide, gentleman. Charles Author Deane, of Kairne, medical practitioner. Friederinh Edward Heinrich Waif Krichanff, of Adelaide, land broker. James Zimri Sellar, of Adelaide, grooer. Proceedings adjourned till 25th instant.

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YATALA (Two Members). [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

Yatala (Twe Members). Chief voting-place — Salisbury. Jleturmng officer— Mr. R. Veroo. Wentworth Cavenagh,of Adelaide, gentleman. William Gilbert, of Adelaide, hay and eorn merchant. David Murray, of Adelaide, merchant. Proceedings adjourned till 25th instant.

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. London, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

FOEEIGN INTELLIGENCE. London, March 5. Mr. Parnell, while- in Paris, had an interview with Marshal McMahon, who, however, de clined to say anything -relative to the. Land League agitation. President Grevy requested his name, to be withdrawn from the Victor Hugo committee in consequence of Mr. Farnell'e name appearing.' The latter was withdrawn. M. Leon Say attended a meeting ef the Left Centre of the Senate, and propounded his views on the proposed reduction of the land tax. As to transfoiming it into an income tax, he thought thiB utterly impracticable, and he de clared himself in favor of a reduction of 30 per cent, in the tax on rural property,' ' Under the presidency of M. de Lessens, a meeting was held in Paris in support of his PaDama Canal scheme. He wbb enthusiastically received by a crowded - assembly. Beports from the auditors and from the chairman, which were of a favorable character, were unanimously adopted. M. de LessepB stated that all preliminary difficulties.iiadhee...

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Mail News. ARRIVAL OF THE R.M.S. ROSETTA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

HD#tl Hfcfo$t ABBIYAL Olf THE B.M.S. ROSETTA. By the S.M.S. Eoietta, which arrived at Glenelg on Saturday morning, we have received English correspondence and newspapers ta March 11. We append a summary of the prin cipal items of newa: — HOME NEWS. London, March 5. The Queen and Princess Beatrice returned from Buckingham Palace to Windsor on Satur day, mnd on Monday Her Majesty gave s State banquet at Windsor Oaatle in honor of the marriage of her grandson, at which many distinguished guests were present, inolud Ing the PriBcess of Wales, the Duchess of Edinburgh, Lord Granville, Lord Beaconsfield, Count Monster, the Duchess of Sutherland, and Mrs. Gladstone. The Prince of Wales, who is leaving for Berlin, is expected to spend a day er two in Paris before returning to London. Toe Duke of Edinburgh, sooompanied by his brother-in-law, the Grand Poke Alexis, will, it is understood, arrive at Clarence House on Monday. Sir Frederick Roberts, who is an old Etonian, was presented with s sw...

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THE HISTORY OF THE FORTNIGHT. London, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

THE HISTORY OF THE FORTNIUHT. [From our own Correspondent.! London. March 11. The Queen, having escaped all rumored dangers at the hands of larking Fenians on her psEEage from the Isle of Wightto Windsor, paid ore of her rare visits to the metropolis the other day to hold a drawing-room at Buckingham Palace. In the long list of presentations to Her Majesty was Lord Lytton, ex-Viceroy of India, vteo was introduced by Earl Beaconsfield. In order to attend this State pageant the Lord Chancellor and the other law lords had to cut short the hearing of the appeal brought by the Eev.Mr. Hackouoehie against the sentence of Lord Fenzance sitting as Dean of the Arches. But delay more or less is of no consequence in litigation tbat is going on for the eleventh year, and in the face of a proposed enquiry by a Royal Commission into the whole subject of the work ing of the ecclesiastical courts— a proceeding which ie equivalent to offering e truce to ritualistic law-breakers. The day of the draw ...

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OUR LONDON NEWS LETTER. London, March 11. THE GOVERNMENT, PARLIAMENT, AND IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

OUB LONDON NEWS LETTER. rVromoorown Oorresnemdant.'l London, March 11. SHE GOVEBltMElrr, PABLIA1LENT, ACT) IRELAND. To-night, if Her Majesty's Ministers are firm, the second Coercion Bill will be virtually dis posed of— that is by the Commons ; and after more than two months' absorption with Irish affairs, or ratber with repressive measures, our business will have a chance in Parliament. Notwithstanding '* urgenoy' and the Speaker's roles, it has taken little short of a fortnight to get tbe Peace Preservation (Ireland) Bill, popu larly Jcoown as the Arms Bill, through the Commons. I may just briefly describe its pro gress during the past week. The rash declara tion of Mr. Dillon reconciled English Radicals to this measure; for as Sir W. Haroourt said, they had now authoritative proof that tbe Land League, which is represented chiefly by Mr. Dillon, was identified with treason and assassi nation. On Friday, after the usual wearisome debate, relieved only by a scathing repudiation of ...

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THE NOARLUNGA ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

THE'NOAKLUNGA. ELECTION. The Hon. John' Oolton and Mr. Thomai Atkinson met the electors of Koarlunga at the Meadows on Tuesday afternoon. There was a good representative attendance, and Mr. Hall occupied the chair. After the candidates had explaiced their views, they were thanked for their past services, and a motion in their favor was carried unanimously.

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[From the Home News of February 25.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

[From the Home News of February 25.] On February 11, at Bow-street, before Mr. Flowers, Mrs. Susan Wills Fletcher (33) of Gordon-Btreet, Gordon-square, appeared for further examination on the oharge of being con cerned with her husband, John W. Fletcher, ia unlawfully obtaining a quantity of jewellery and other property by means of false pretenoei with intent to defraud tin. Juliet Ann Theodora Henrtley Hart-Davies. Mr. Lewis referred to the proceedings on the last occasion, when he was prevented from attending in oeasequenee of severe indisposition, and now asked to be allowed to continue 'his . crocs-examination of Mrs. Hart-Davies. In spite of a suggestion that had fallen from the learned magia&ate, ha thought it his imperative dnty to adopt this course in ?the interest of his client. He desired to try and modify the evi dence already, given by a sevrae crossexamina tion. His object in doing so at this oourt would be that, if the prosecutrix was unable to attend the trial...

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