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MEETING AT BEYNELLA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

MEETING AT BEYNBLL4. A meeting of the electors of Noarlunga was held at the Crown Inn, Heynella, on Weunesoay rverjing, April IS, to hear the views of Messrs. Colton and Atkinson. There was a good atten dance, Mr. John Gibson, of Happy Valley, was voted to the cbair. Mr. Oolton, in addressing the meeting-, referred to the leadiog political matters of the day, the proposed railway to Wiilnnga, prohibition of Cbmese, assisted im migration, law reform, and the repeal of the Civil Service Act. Mr. ATWUSDir followed in 8 brief fiddresj, alluding to tbe great necessity of the proposed railway to WUlunga. He was also in favor of a poll tax on Chinese, assisted immigration, land reform, and repeal of the Civil Service Act. The speeches were listened to attentively, and a vote of thanks was passed to both candidates. Mr. Wji. Weight pro posed, and Mr. Dec seconded, that Messrs. Colton and Atkinson were fit and proper persons to represent tbe district of Noulu&ga in Parlia ment, which...

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MEETING AT WILLUNGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

MEETING AT WIHTJHGA. A meeting of the electors of Koarlungawas held in the Oddfellows' Hall, WHlunga, on Tuesday evening, April la, at which Mr. T. Atkinson presided. There were about ninet/ pereons present. The candidates repeated the views they expressed at Noarluuga, and a unanimous vote was passed in favor of each.

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

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. Tl.rf,rf, Late New Distact. Members. Uemben. East Tos- ( T. Play ford ( T. Piayf ord eekb(2)-.. IB.T. Smitfc iB.T.tJaiith Mokkt Baj»-( A.H. londseert A.H. Landseer K£B (2) ... i V. W. Stokes \ J. L StirliBg ».„„.,«- (F.Basedow / F. Basedow Babosea(2)..Jj w Down,, } j. w. Doner _. _„„. m-. { 6. 0. Hawker J G. O. Hawker TicioBii(2^LGlyde it.Glyde East Abb- i J. O Bray I J. C. Bray ixn-E-2)... 1G.S. Fowlar tG.S. Fowlsr West Adb- i H. Fraser j C. O. Kingstoa lsjde(2)... (ff.K. Simms \ H. Fraser West Tck- jff.H: Scan J W. H. Bean o ra\ ^ W. Towaiead 1 W. Toirnsand SltJBT (2) ... ^ T g^g ^ j H Symon Pobt ADE-/D. Bower Jb^r'^^. lii^a^-lj-HaTt 'I*;* Mattl rjCBen fW. B. £-mm- Bbbe*.(8)^.-{ W. B. Komm-{ aevell ( eeveU iB.Ward Yt t w.™,_ fii.D. lioss VAtl.A»««j S- „? ^T J L. L. Fun»r (3)- .??^c.S.Hare \VjJk ^^ CR. W. S. H«a- f A. Hardy AiB£»T(3)..-J ning ?( E. \V. K.H«a EiEcnojra, Arsn. 39. Candidates. f fC. B.Blackwou j ( T. Borgovse ! tr n^^o ! B.Oooke »_.m| ^SSSU) T&a...

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THE NOARLUNGA ELECTION. MEETING AT MORPHETT VALE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

THE NOAHLUNGA ELECTION. SIEEriKG AT MOUPHErr VALB.: A meeting of the Koarlurga electors was held on Wednesday, April 13, at the Kmu Hotel, Morpbefct Vale. Tne attsndancs though email wes tborooghly reprcentative. Mr. S. Myles, J.P. (chairman ef the district council) ocoupied the cbair. Messrs. Oolton and Atehsson gave a brief ezpoaition of their viewi. both politically and with reference to local xnattsrs. A unani mous vcte of tbaoks was accorded to the candi dates 'for their past conduct in Parliament, and on the motion of Mr. AiEXiUDEB Stewaet, ef Woodlf-K1', seconded by Dr. llOBUa, J.P., it was resolved that they were fit and proper persons to represent the dietrict in the House of Assembly.

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COURSING IN NEW SOUTH WALKS. [By Telegraph.] [From our own Correspondent] Sidney. April 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

couBsnre in nbw south wales. [By Telegraph.] * [From our own Corrsipsndent ] Svdnev. AdHI 13. At a meeting cf the committee of the N.3.W. Coursing Olnb yesterday, the following aomina tioDs were received for the undermentioned events : — Bathurst Cop— Lord Bros, 2 ; W. Lamb, 1; W. B. Ronnsevell, 2 ; E. B. Jones, 1 ; W. E. Hall, 2; Lee Bros, 1; O.Beletaria.l; D. Kite, 1; B.L. Tooth, 1; J. Weir, 1; McQoade, 1; Crowdsce, 1 ; B. Lee. Dockairne Stakes— Lord Brcs.,2; W. E. Lutgley,l; W. Limb, 3; W. B. Bonneevell, 1 ; E. B. Jones, 1; W. B. Hall. 3; Lee Bra., 1; W. Kite, 1; A. L. Park, 2; E.F. Stephens, 1; J. Weir, 2; H. McQoade.l; O. Belesaris, 1 ; T. Orowdace, 2 ; B. S. Cousins, 1; J. Tonkin, 1; 3. Fletcher, 1; F. B. Bloom field. 1. Intercolonial Stakes. New South Wales. Victoria— Lord Broe.,1; W. Lamb, 2;W.K. Hall, R. L. Tootb, J. Weir, A. Town, A. LPari^ H. Gore, W.P. Thompson, W. McOallocb, 2 ; K. Finnigan, G. Whittingbsm, T. Brownnell, W. B. Bonnsevell. The NJ3.W. Plimpton Stakes — Lo...

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

SPOBTING. . Mr. Bernard again requests as to state thai; Monday next is the day of acceptance for ths Adelaide Cup and Goodwood Handicap, and that tbe date has not been altered, bat that letters or telegrams should be sent in on Saturday if possible. On Thursday, April 14, a match took place on the Adelaide Racecourse between Mr. F. White's br.g. Hopeless, aged, and Mr. W. Crane's b.g. Boebuck, 4 yrs., for £30 a side. cotn coraea carrying li St., we aiatance Deir-g three miles over tbe Steeplechase oeorse. There were between £00 and 400 persons pre sent, and tt the start Hopeless was slightly ths favorite. Mr. R. Hall officiated as judge, and iSr. W. Filgate gava tbe signal to 'go.' Directly the pair were dispatched npon the journey, Air. White's gelding touk the lead, and was the first to clear the first fence, at which Boebuck baulked, but was soon got over. The favorite through this obtained a long lead, which he kept, and going quite straight all the way won without making the s...

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THE CALIFORNIAN MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

TEE CALIFORNIA^ MAIL. The following items of Amiriein new are published in the Kelbouiue^r^tts:— ? Ban Francisco, March 13. President Garfieifi'a Cabinet is announced as follow — James G. Elaine, of Maine, Seorerary «I Stale ; ?Wm. 'Windom, of Minnesota. Seste tary of the Treasury; Wajne SIcVeagh, of ^Pennsylvania, Attorney - General ; Thomas L. Jame/, of New York, Postmaster-General ; ' Samuel J. Kirkwood, of Iowa, Secretary of the Interior ;ifiobert T. Lincoln, of Illinois faon of tfeeforsii:rPreaident),8eeretaryof War; Win. H. HnntofLouUianR Secretary of the Navy. The ?elections are regarded with favor generally. President G a: field's inaugural address was ttlegrapted-wrJoftBita the London press, and Jirodu'ced an escellentimpression. BothBaglish find Americans alike admired it for its style and wise moderation of tone. Journals praise liberally the new President's political good senfc, and augur a prosperous administration. President QBifieldlurt lately written a letter to the ...

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

CRICKET. OsKAPAEQtaA v. STmiJKa East. — Played at Stirling Bast on Maroh 5. Scores, Stirling East, 86 and £6; Onkaparinga, 65 and 43 for seven wickets. 'Wakdeei.es v. Gi.vrtEn.— Played at Gawler on April 9. Scores, Wanderers, 153; Young SO, Legoe 12, Mann 14, Pelly 26, F. Ayers 41. foung took »ve wickets for 19, and Beresford two for T. Gawler 6G ; Mansom IS, Thomson IS (net cat}, Lucas 15. The quantity of land disposed of in ths iand office during the month of March last was only 26.C01 acres. The amount bid was £28, 16*. These items show that tbere was considerably lees business transacted in land than daring the first two months in the year. In January and February tbe area disposed ol was 42,250 seres, and 44,278 acres respectively. The total pay ments en account of land daring March, were, however, largely in excess of either of the two previous months, and not far short of being equal to both of them pat isgebher. The amount received was £70,609, whereas io- January the amount...

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COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. PORT PIRIE. April 14. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

COUNTBY TELEGRAMS. [From our own Correspondents.! POET PIRTC5. Anril 1*. XaiB oantinued after midnight at intervals Keaily half an inch has been registered. It is itffl threatening. A rumor to the effect that Mr. Howe was em ploying Chinese labor has been freely circulated by bis opponents with » view to damage his poeitien in the contest. I have made doe en quiries, aad learn oa good authority that one Chinaman was employed as eoek or gardener by Mr. Howe about a year ago, but farther than that there is no foundation for the rumor. NARBAOOOKTB, April 14. It was raining heavily nearly all day Wed nesday, and this morning the weather is very cold. Yesterday afternson the first football match of the season was played, bat the rain pre vented a large attendance. Lust night the anniversary tea and public meetings of the Wetleyan Uhurcb were bat poorly attended, perhaps on account of the in clemency of the weather. The church is out of debt, and has a balance in hand of £13. The Bev. H. ...

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ELECTION MEETINGS. Port Pirie. April 14. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

ELECTION MEETINGS. fBy Telegraph.1 ('From oar own OorreeDOndent.l Port Pirie, April 14. Ur. Hacelgrove addressed au orderly meeting of electors at Howe's Boom this evening. He spoke at length on various subjects and an swered numerous questions affecting the inte rests of Stanley. A vote of confidence in him was carried by about thirty-five hand*. Craters, April 13. A meeting of ths electors of Onkapariaga was held at tbe Halfway House, Stirling Bast, to day. Mr. William Lewi* presided. Messrs. Kbichacff aad Deah and the Hon. J. Cass addressed the electors, after which Mr. J. Z. Bbxlab presented himself as a candidate for the distxiet. As the meeting was held in the after noon there were only a few electors preseat. A unanimous vote of thanks was passed to the late BoemberSi and was responded to by Mr. KniCHACFF. Various questions were answered by the candidates, and a vote of thanks to the chairman concluded the proceedings.

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MR. WARD AT JAMESTOWN. Jamestown, April 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

MB. WAKD AT JAMESTOWN. flly Teleeraph.l Jamestown. April 15. Mr. Ebenesn 'Vfard was accorded a public reception to-day on visiting Jamestown. Ur.W. B. Boonsevell was invited, bat tele graphed that business esgagemeBts prevented him leaving town. Mr. Ward, who cams vis Yaroowie, was met by electors, who farmed ia processional order headed by a oeach and four with a brass band. On reaching Jamestotra an animated scena was presented. There were crowds in the streets and flags flying. The procession proceeaea rnrouga cae torn, ffiLr. Ward being loudly cheered. Opposite the Jamtsiovn Rnita office hearty' cheers wera given for Mr. J. B. Colling. Oa returning to the institnte it was aanonnced that Mr. Ward was to address the electors at 5 o'clock. By that hoar More tbaa two hundred persons assembled, Mr. G. B. Keates, deputy returning officer, presiding. Mr. Waed , who was enthusiastically received, addressed the meeting for more than an hoar. After thanking bis northern friends for their ...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL AT KING GEORGE'S SOUND. [REUTER'S TELEGRAMS] Albany. April 13.5 30 P.m. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL AT EltfG GEORGE'S SOUND. {REUTERS TELEGRAMS.] Albany . April 13. 5 30 D.m. The R.M.S. EoBetta arrived here to-day from Galle at 4.30 p.m. She brisgs the following peseecgerB,but the telegram does not distinguish the ports for which they are bound, simply classifying them as passengers for Melbourne, Adelaide, and Sydney:— Messrs. Wigg, Brown, Dr. Wigg, Messrs. OerdoD, Dick-on and bob, Edwards, Major Proudf oot, Beagnin, Hamilton, Oarlwary, Dr. Grant, Messrs. De la Orouoe, Evan*, CoomyB, Pl&st, Machamard, Hardee, Cobum.Tanffe, Kirkup, Chambers, Pass, Ryder, DwiL'ers, Deanch, Kilpatrick, Qainn, Dehlaunn, Wrigbt, Buny, Chapman, Murray, Brick, Patterson, Greenwood, lua^e, MilSeld, Donald, Garrell, Parker, Eatcliff, Sturt, Dalgetty, Gardiner, Macmillan, Symmons, Jermvoa, McOrmond, Ogilvie, Scanton, Gillott, Benary, Kilpatrick, Hill, Chambers, Pinn, Wrenholt, Moot, Parker, Mesdamea Brown, Wigg and fonx daughter*?, Edwards, Harrison and family, Hamilton ...

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GENERAL SUMMARY. London, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

GENERAL SUMMARY. London, March 11. Persistent rumors lately current of approach ing Ministerial changes are declared to be pre mature by some of the Liberal papers. It is admitted that Mr. Gladstone may resign tbe Chancellorship of the Exchequer after the pre eeBtation of the forthcoming budget. He would remain Premier, bat leave Lord Harrington the principal vrork in the leadership of the House of Commons. Mr. Childers or Mr. Goschen is men tioned as tbe probable successor in the Chancel lorship of tbe Exchequer. Should Mr. Coilderi accept that office, Lord Hartington would take the War Office. Lord Derby contradicts a report assigning the India Office to him in such a cose. Mr. Gcscheo is not expected to make a much longer stay at Constantinople, having only accepted the post temporarily. Earl Dufferin is mentioned as most likely to be his successor. Tbe news of tbe terrible disaster at Majufaa Hill was received with mingled dismay and indignation. Military critics for the most pa...

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INDIAN SUMMARY. Bombay. March 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

INDIAN SUMMARY. Bombav. Marsh 35. An expedition consisting of 4,000 native troops has been determined against the Waziris in punishment of the raid made some time ago by that tribe. The press commissionership has been abolished. The Ameer's late envoy to Calcutta is now well on his way beck to Cabal. Besides ammunition the Government have snnt; S3 elnnriantfl an a Dresenf; to-4 the Ameer who is now generally regarded as settled at Osbul. The Ameer will take possessioa of Kandahar, five regiments and some guns being already on tbeir way from Oabul to Kandahar. Ihe evacuation of the Khyber Pass by British troops web satisfactorily oonsluded on the 80th iDBt. Owing to the recant conspiracy at Kholapono the Government have deemed it fit to send a detachment of European troops to that station for its protection. ; A messenger has arrived from Cabal with letters from the Ameer for distribution to the Sirdars, stating that the British Government have made over Kandahar to the Ameer. Ayoub'...

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QUEENSLAND. Brisbane. April 14. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

QUEENSLAND. [From our own Oorcetnandeat.1 Bristmna. Anril 14. The volunteer camp at Lytton is a success. The Docn, barque, has returned dismasted. The Ministry paid a visit to the mail steamer Merkaia, where a banquet was held and various speeches were delivered. E&rwoed, tee Tdcgrmph reporter, has surren dered on a charge of forgery. The French escapees have been temandei for seven days. The Sangate railway has been commenced.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sidney, April 14. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

NEW SOUTH WALES. [Front our own Sorreipondent.l Sydney. April li. A prisoner named Thompson, serving fire years' sentence in gaol at Parramatta, and who was supposed to have escaped yesterday, was found this luoming in a heap of rubbish in the gaol jard. Ihe curriers at Alders on & Son's are still on strike. They havs been out eight weeks. They require the eight-hours sysvem and increased Ihree hundred Chinese have gone to Gratton en route for the tin mines, where teveral Celes tials have taken up large tributes that Europeans caunct make pay. A robbery was committed on Tuesday whilst the sham fight was going on, in the house of Mr. .Toll/, wood and coal merchant, at North Shora. Ihe thief took about £30 in Money, but left the jewellery. A deputation ef Italian residents waited on the Premier this mornisg, and thanked the Government for the kindness they had shown to their distressed countrymen. At an Executive Council meeting this morning ceaosmsiomM* were appointed under t...

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COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, April 14. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. * [Fro» our own Oonecpondent.l Melbourne, April 14. The Assembly cat till a quarter to 5 this morniag, asd then adiaorned till the Srd of May. During the latter part of the sitting, when the House wag cotuidtring the Estimates, the Oppoiition brought about ? stoppage oE huitneu. Mr. Berry, who n as absent, was cent for, and arrived at 3 o'clock. An agreeaient was then conte to, the estimates for tie de partments of the Treararer, the Minister of Justice, the Minitter for Mine*, and the Minister fee Public Works being postponed. A Bill ap Tw«nriitfncr ^nft.000 vaa TUMffki fhrnn^h All it* stages in the Assembly, bat as the Hon. E. D. Beid had emitted to mention to tha Council that capply was required, theOounoil adjourned without waiting for the Bill. Ur. McNeil having forfeited his contract oa the St. Arnand and Donald Railway, it has bean given to Messrs. Grant & Co., the next lowest tenderers. The amount is £83,000. The house of Sir OharleB Mac...

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IMPROVEMENT OF LORD BEACONSFIELD. LONDON, April 13, midnight. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

IMPROVEMENT OF LORD BEACONSFIELD. London, April 13, midnight. A further bulletin has been issued by Lord Eeaconsfield's medical attendants to night. The difficulty of breathing which hia lordship suffered yesterday is relieved, and the physicians state that his strength is novr improving.

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COMMERCIAL. LONDON. April 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

COMMERCIAL. LoNT-nw. Anril IS. Tin is £87 15s. Adelaide wheat per 486 lbs. ez warehouse is 50a.

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] THE BASUTO REBELLION. Cape Tows, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

TSEUTES'S TELEGRAMSA THE BASUTO REBELLION. Cape Town, April 13. Communications have been recently ex changed with the leaders of such Basutos as continue in arms against the British with a view of inducing them to lay down their arms and bring hostilities finally to a close. Sir H. Robinson, the Governor, has offerad tha Basutos to mediate between them, and the British Government, and the chiefs have intimated their acceptance of the Governor's offer.

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