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COLLIERY DISPUTES IN DURHAM. LONDON, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

COLLIERY DISPUTES IN DURHAM. London, April 23. Most of the men employed in the coal minesin the County of Durham are assuming a threatening attitude towards the principal mine-owners, and it is feared that a serious strike will shortly take place. Several of the leaders among the employes have ex pressed themselves to the effect that the whole system of coal mining and the rela tions between masters asd men should be completely revolutionised.

Publication Title: South Australian Weekly Chronicle
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RHYNIE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

EHYNIE. April 23. — Present— Chairman, and Crs. J. Plew and J. Kemp. Tender accepted — Contract SI, M. Stuiiden, £11 10s. receipts, £l 11b. ; payments, £8.

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THE SUGAR MARKET. LONDON, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

THE SUGAR MARKET. London, April 23. There is considerable activity in the sugar market, and most qualities are ad vancing in price.

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BIOGRAPHY OF THE LATE EARL OF BEACONSFIELD. LONDON, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

BIOGSArHY 01? THE LATE EA.RL OF BEA.COMSFIELD. London, April 23. It is stated that Lord Kowton, formerly private secretary to the Earl of Beaconsfield, will prepare a biography of the deceased nobleman, and for this 'purpose has taken full possession of all his papers and docu ments.

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THE ORDER OF THE GARTER. LONDON, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

THE ORDER OF THE GARTER. London, April 23. The emblem of the Order of the Garter rendered disposable by the death of the late Earl of Beaconsfield will be conferred by the Queen upon the Right Hon. Edward Henry Smith-Stanley, Earl of Derby, in recognition of the many eminent services lie has rendered to the Empire.

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THE MAITLAND PARK LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

THE MAITLAND PARK LANDS. A veei pretty quarrel is now in course of development, between the resi dents of MaitlanS and the Peninsula Dis trict Road Board, and its circumstances mRy yet come before a legal tribunal with a view to the settlement of the point in dispute. It appears that a Mr. W. H. Richards, a contractor, whose tender for some road-making was accepted by the Koad Board in question, recently 'made appplication to the Commissioner of Crown Lands to be permitted to raise stone from the Maitland Park Lands. The Commis sioner of Crown Lands referred the applica tion to the chairman of the local Road Board, who granted Mr. Richards the permit sought for. The contractor started his ?tone-raising operations, but for various reasons the residents of Haitland objected to his proceedings, and, after telegraphing to Mr. Playford to enquire whether he had authorised them, and receiving a reply in the negative, they summarily stopped the work. The contractor naturally turned for pro...

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Telegraphic News. ADELAIDE AND LONDON TELEGRAPH. BY SUBMARINE CABLE. THE IRISH LAND LEAGUE. London, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

^fejraypc fjtos* ADELAIDE AND LONDON TELEGRAPH. BY SUBMARINE CABLB. — ? m 18PECIAZ TELEGRAMS.] [From on own Correspondent.] THE IRISH LAND LEAGUE. London, April 21. A conference of representative members of the Irish Laud League is being held at Dublin. A considerable section of Irish laborers having avowed open hostility to the League on the ground that their inte rests were overlooked by it, several speakers have recommended such an alteration in the constitution of the League as would obviate the cause of complaint. The question is sow under discussion. Resolutions have also been passed condemnatory of the Land Bill now before the House of Commons as unsuited to the requirements of the Irish people.

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THE BASUTO WAR. London, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

TILE BASUTO WAR. London. ADril 21. Telegrams have been received from Sir Hercules Robinson, Governor of Cape Colony, stating that several of the leading tribes in Basutoland are submitting to the authority of the Colonial Government, and that the war is virtually at an end.

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NARRIDY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

. „ _ UAEBIDt April 32.— Eresent — gin. Stock (©hairy :Suitbj Browne, and Threacjgold. DJerk'to write to Georgetown Council as to repairs t° road between the eastern boundary of Narridy Hundred and seotion 333, suburban to George town.

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PORTLAND ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

POBTLAHD ESTATE. April 25.- Present— All. Chairman and clerk mere -thanked for attending at deputation to Trtaeorer respecting supply of silt. T. Divies requested police protection for district; council conld not -aesitt without consent of ratepayers. Payment!, £15 14s. 8d.

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PROSPECT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

PKOSPKCT. April 25.— Present— Ors. WiUiams (chair). Davies, Hart, .and Canning. Olerk re ported that the names of the gentlemen compos ing the IakuI Board o£ Health had b»ea gazetted. The chairmsn reported having seen Mr. Wilcor in reference to the widening of Eliza and Carter streets, and that nermifBisn was grented to widen tbe said roads te Che width of 50 feet. Tbe clerk was instruct 1 to write to Mr. Han-kc, informing him that the council insist upon having a rebate of S per cent, on the price of the roller, in consideration of the deficiency in tbe weight. A vote of thanks was paof-ed to Messrs. Harrington, Davies. Milntr, and Lewie, for kindly delivering and spreading limestone ridlings on tbe footpaths in the district. Payments, £156 2s 5d.

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Ladies' Column. THE ROYAL MARRIAGE AT BERLIN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

ffaMrf (fckttM. THE ROYAL MARRIAGE AT BERLIN. The marriage of the Queen of England's eldest grandson, Prince William of liohac zollern, with tie Princess Augusta Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein, took place on Sunday, February 27, at tbe Hoyal Castle, Berlin. The btide made her entry into Berlin oa Saturday. The route was decorated, and the streets and line of prooeseion crowded. Toe decorations ia TJiiter den Linden 'were simply splendid.' The Pariser Plats, which is just inside the B««n denburgber Tfcor, was most tastefully decorated, large stands being erected all round tho square capable of holding 10,000 persons. These were covered with greenery, flowers, and drapery ia red, white, and blue, and red, white, and blaok, the former being the colors of tha Princeis Augusta Victoria's house, and the latter the German national colon. In the centre oE each side the grand stand were very pretty and artistically painted frescoes, representing a wedding procession in the middle ages. In fr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

; JfoflieaL . .; -;-* AN A I. A IHCHTO DISEASE, AFFLICTING A NTJMLB&OUS CIjASS. . The duease commences with a alight -derangement ot lie stomach, but, if neglected, it in time involve! the whole frame, embracing the kidneys, liver, pan creas, and, in fast, the entire glandular system, and the afflicted dnss out a misen&te oxittenoe unta dealii .gives relief from suffering. The disease is often mistaken for otiier complaints ; but, if the reader -will ask himpfif the following questions, he wSl be able to determine -whether he himself la one of iho afflicted:— Have I distress, pain, or difficulty is breathing after eating? Is there a dull, heavy feeling', attended by drowsiness ! Have the eyes a yellow tinge % Does a thick, sticky mucous gather about the gums and teeth in the mornings, accom panied by a disagreeable taste! la the tongue coated ! Is there pain in the aides and back !^ Is there a fulness about tie right side, as if the liver were enlarging ! Is there co...

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THE RAILWAY CURVE AT PORT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

THE KAIEWA.T GOBVE AT POKX ADELAIDE. The Hon. G. C. Hawker {Oamtniasioaer of Fublie Work*}, Mr. H. a Mais -BogJneBt-ia- Qhaef), an* Kx. 3. B. lbanrSsS, attended « spesUcneatSDgof the Port Adelaide Corpora- : gonen Tuesday afternoon, April 86, to discuss snattersiefatfag to the MBBntJy proposed altera tion of the railway curve leading put of the Port «ta&on. it appears -Hiat »bout last May the Government gafataitted ta tfa« wituwUoa fortbebapprovalplans of am atteratkuJtotfaa curve mentioned, whtoh the floanofl sweated to. Attte *nghnting -at ^ib present yaarvfeowevar, {he Zobtfas Works Department ooanoBSMd altering the original curve in a TnantiflfiflirfjMMu^ ban -the proposals set forth antbe-pl«nBj«na in such a way that if csnrptetea*sb«goiiJtbe newenrve would not orfly be dangerousto trsffib ?ut-wonldierionaTyiaterrereiwith theirakitieai «uried«u bj tte omien of waretoogss^pwite to it. SeeiEgan*tlte«aj-or ot Bort AdJaWe (Mr. H. W. Thempsea, JJ., lad fl» works stopped,«na ...

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LUNAR AND SOLAR CALENDAR. MAY, 1881. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

?VBHAB *HD SOLAS OALRNDAB, MAY.ISSL ' ' Buses of tbx Mooh. first Quarter...' — 6th day, 7h.5Sm.pjn. Full Moon _ — 14th day, 7h. 38m. a as, last Quarter ? 21st day. Oh. Sin*, ajn. Hew Moon ? 28th day, 8h. 50m. ajn. _. Bon ) Sun Hoon Moon ''* rise*. I seta, rises. sets. ax. PJt *JC pjc Su. 1 6 41 5.14 8.10 7.15 WU 3' 6.42 5.13 9.59 8.10 Tu. S 6.43 5J2 10.40 0.7 W. . 4 6.43 511 11.16 10.4 Tb. IS 641 511 11.53 lli F. 6 6.45 5.10 pjn.2i 11.59 S. 7 BAG SS 053 a.m. Sn. 8 6.46 5.8 120 0.55 M. 8 6.47 5.7 L49 1.52 Tu. 10 6.48 5.6 2.19 2.51 W. U 6.49 5.5 2.51 3.51 Th. 13 6.49 54 i30 4.52 F. IS 660 53 4.13 5.57 8. 14 6.51 SS 6.9 7.1 So. 15 6.S2 5.1 6.11 85 M. 16 6.5S S.1 7.21 8.58 To. 17 65J 5.0 8.S5 9.51 W. 18 654 4.59 9.46 10.38 Th. 19 665 459 10.55 11.16 V. SO 6.56 4.58 ajn. 11.63 S a 6-E6 458 02 p.m.2e go. 28 6.57 4.57 1.8 LI M. S3 6.58 4.58 S.B 1.34 To. 24 6.58 4.55 S.12 2.8 W. 26 6X0 4.65 4.12 8.48 Th. SS 70 4.54 6.12 827 F. 27 7-1 4.53 6.8 4J.3 8. 38 73 4,53 7.4 5.5 So. 29 72 452 7.52 «....

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

TO eOBBBSPOKDSNTS. We destroy letters mnacoompanied by the real name and address of the writer, whioh are ?eqnirednot necessarily for pablioaiion bat as a sparantee of good faith. H. W. Kikg. — There never was a mint in South Australia. TR&FAU3&H. — Could yon not ask a still more absnrd onaation ? A. T.— Bootbby's Directory eentains a lift of the magistrates of the colony. O. P.— The length of the Glenelg Jetty if 1^56 feet. iBiSEZi&ir. — The only Exhibition ever held in Dublin was opened on May 12, 1853, and dosed on November 1 of tbe sama year. Suescbibee. — Mr. Bobb'a tender for con structing the Viator Harbor Breakwater was acoepted on August 14, 1878, the price being £06,186. X. Z. writes with regard to the complaint of the dockyard laborers at the Port, whose wages hare been reduoed by the Marine Board, that those who were going to leave the service were only paid np to April 14, although the reduotion was to have oommeneed on the 16th. As April 16 was ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

Special Advertisements. rw\SE TXGWmCE OF TAXATION M AKB TUB NECESSITY FOK A FBOFHBTY TAX. Under this tide we have repoblished in small pamphlet form a series of articles that have recently appeared im tha South Auttralitm Adver tiser, proving by facts and figures that in this colony nearly the whole burden of taxation falls upon the shoulders of the peorer classes; that wealth contributes next to nothing to tha reveone; that absentees escape payment alto gether ; and that owners of large properties have their estates protected and Inoreased in value at the expense of the community, and principally at tha cost of persans possessing little or bo property. To be obtained at this office, or at all book sellers. Prioe Sixpence. ifflzaxB&c ? BABBOW & KING. THS ADFBBTI8 &~& JOB FEINTING DEPARTMENT wQl from ibis date he carried en in the HXW BUILDINGS at the £EAB OF MAELBOBOUGH OHAMBEB8 WAYMOUTH-8TBEET. BABBOW Jt KOTO. Adelaide, September 27. 1888. ? iJiaaiWa...

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Aquatics. THE PORT LINCOLN REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

J^qjttafe, THE rORT LIXCOLX ItiiGrATrA. [From our own OoTre3pondent.] EsBter Idonaay will no doubt; be iu future set apart as the day fur the annual Port Liooo n regatta, sad certainly no other place 10 tba colony can show equal facilities for aquatic Epartr, with the beautiful land-locked biy be tween the town and Boston Island. Kvery part of the races can be viewed from the share, excepting a short passage which the nrst-cla*3 hosts have to make outside the island : but the less of this is comparatively trivial as tbe finish ing conrse is in home water*, and all the es citiDg features cf the race are plainly visible. The we&ther on the occasion of the Port Lincoln regatta ou Easter Monday was lovely, too lovely in fact for tho sport, for wh;n the starting gun was fired toarcely a breath ruffled the surface of the 65a, a ad the crafts could hardly drag away from the buojs they seemed loath to leave behind. A crowd of sail was Gent aloft, and HaigU's cutter Albatross spread ...

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Chess. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

@jf£2& TO CORBSSPONDKNT3. D. G. — Gave written you in reference to the positions sent. Alukbahak. — Meny thanks for your repirfc on the various problems, and we have writ ten joa in connection therewith. Your solu tions ot Nob. 699, *.'An excellent specimen of an tiuusnal type of problem. 10 ;' 600, ' This bears the trade msrk ol excellence, .as is gene rail; tbe case with problems issued by the firm of Kohtz and Kocfeelkorn, 9 f 601, ? Sjlutiaa rather evident. 7 ;' 602. ' Ably worked oit : JJ at K 3 tikes B looks quite good enough at first eight, 0 ;' are all right. Ekqweeh. — Your careful analysis of No. 599 is defective at one point. If KttoKt 5 Black answers B to Kt rq and the dis ch is abortive, but if 1. Kt to Ivt 3 the same reply will n rt avail because ot K to Q R 5 die mate, and there fore the latter is theonly key move. Yourolher Eoluticas are correct, es follow: — No. 600, ** There is to variety, and if it takes two moo to mate a problem that is not worth more thi...

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HANLAN'S RETURN TO AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881

HAKLAN'S HETURN TO AMERICA, A oorrc-sponaent ot an American paper writ ing from fiew York on Maroh 1, says:— In aa interview at the Gilsey House to-night Edward Henleu, the champion oarsman, told the story of his trip to England : — ' I was treated hand somely,' he said, ' and was made quite at home. The weather prior to my race with Laycook was almost lite Canadian winter weather, ioe, snow and slash for a month. They eay Trickett was overtrained, but I don't think so. At all events, he told me afterwards that he was ia tie best of spirits. I think L&yoack is a better oarsman . than Trickett. Tae latter weekens when he finds he is being led. At the stsit, arid when I gave him the go-by at the ead of the first mile, he went all to pieces. Laycosk is a stayer. AVe hadn't rowed half a mile whea be knew that be was beaten, but be stuok to it end finished well. I dare say I could have beaten him twenty lengths, but I didn't waat to make a show of a decent, plucUy mm. I nude an e...

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