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GREECE AND TURKEY. ATHENS. April 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

GKEECE AND TURKEY. Athens. Anril 13. Tha Greek Government having agaia deliberated on the proposal for a settlement ?f the frontier difficulty submitted by Turkey, also on the recent collective note by the Great Powers strongly recemmend ing their acceptance of the terms, have determined upon finally agreeing to them, and have intimated their acquiescence in the proposals of the Porte. The Greek Government insist upon the condition of a peaceful surrender of territory guaranteed by Turkey. They also appeal to tha Powers for protection for such Greeks as continue under Turkish rule.

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MR. PARNELL IN MANCHESTER. LONDON, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

ME. PARNELL IN MANCHESTER. .London. April 13. Mr. Parnell, the Irish agitator, is at pre sent visiting Manchester, where he has been well received by the Irish section of the population. Demonstrations have been held in his honor, at which 5,000 people attended. Addresses were presented to Mr. Parnell, who, in replying, made a lengthy speech on the Irish question, and exhorted his fellow-countrymen to support the Irish Land League.

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OUTRAGES IN IRELAND. London, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

OUTRAGES IN LRELA-iSTD. .London, April 13. Intelligence was received to-day from Ireland to the eSect that dastardly out rages had been committed upon some proews-serrers in the western -iistrict of th» county o£ Ooik. The peasantry there assumed a threatening attitude some time ago, and as a precautionary measure tha police were reinforced and armed. Yesterday certain process-servers whilst carrying oot their instructions were attacked by a number of men and severely handled ; the police, however, appeared upon the scene nd the mob was dispersed.

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LATE TELEGRAMS. ADELAIDE AND LONDON TELEGRAPH. BOYD AND TRICKETT. London, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

LATE TELEGRAMS. . a* ADELAIDE AND L0HD03 TELEGRAPH. ^ — B? SOBSCARINE CABLE. {SPECIAL TELEGRAMS.] £From oar own Correspondent.] BO1J3 AND TRLCKETr. London, April 13. It is probable that a. sculling match will be arranged between K. VT. Bayd, tha English sculler, of Middiesborough, aad Edward Trickett. Boyd has publicly ex pressed his willingness to row Trickett in .England any time during- next midsummer, ?n such terms as may be mutually agreed upon. Trickett has not yet accepted the challenge, but it is considered likely that he will.

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TEE CONGREGATIONAL UNION AND EBENEZER WARD. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

TEE CONGREGATIONAL UNION AND EBENEZER WARD. At the meeting of the Congregational Union held on Wednesday, the subject of the election of Mr. Ebenezer Ward, as mem ber for the Burra, was ' introduced, and various clergymen and other speakers dwelt upon that event as a terrible disgrace to the colony, and based their remarks upon the consideration that no one had pried into hia character, but that he himself bad taken special care to make it known. In the course of the speeches that were delivered upon this ques we had not indulged in any strictures upon the choice of the Burra electors. This is perfectly true; we have expressed our opinions respecting Mr. Ward before now, but nothing remains to be added to what has been said about him already and what he has said about himself. The electors acted with their eyes open, and it was not in the power of any journalist to supply them with any information on the subject that they had not been made familiar with, either by reading the public...

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UPPER HOUSE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

UPPER HOUSE ELECTIONS. Os Wednesday next the elections for the Upper House will take place, and the con stituencies will then have a. serious duty cast upon them. The two questions upon which more than on any other considerations the result will or should turn are reform of the Legislative Council and the system of taxation. . With regard to the first matter it is possible and proper for the Council in Parliament assembled to take the initiative, but hitherto it has failed to take this course, ananas rejected every uiu presented to it for this object. Still, however these elections may result, it may reasonably be hopeid that, providing whatever.Government may be in power should: deal with, the sub ject judiciously, some steps will be taken in the direction of reform. Half a loaf is better than no bread, and it is better to secure some improvement than to reject it because it doea not furnish all that u wanted. On one question there seems to be an absolute agreement among all the Up...

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

-Badness Hotteas. *n o t ? i o a — ' J. HASTWELL & SOKS Have a tew of their well-known 'WINKOWEBS FOB DISPOSAL. Apply at Two Well* or Mallala. BarlyappB cations neoenary.' x305o GUANO, FROM SIB JOSEPH BANKS' GSOUP. Prioe, £3 10b. per Ton. Orders to Messrs. Jones, Parry, & Oo., Fort Adelaide, or I. B. MeBilister, Pirie-street, Adelaide. AMA1TSIS. Moisture ? 10-20 Organic Hatter, tos. ? 17-00 Ammonia ... ... ? 3'40 Phosphates of Lime, &c ? 44-00 Sulphate of lime ? 408 Alkaline Salts ? ? ... US Insoluble Uatters _. ... .- 1920 10000 A. THOMAS, F.O.S, Analytical Chemist. From the above analysis it will be at once seen that theOnanos are not of the class called fhosphates. TLey bear a closer resemblance U 4be African (Icbaboe) and Peruvian, and are more likely to act immediately asm Manure than those containing a larger proportion of phosphates of Lime, &c All of them when burned gave off the well-known smell of genuine Guano, evolving A**''*''* copiously,...

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

ttensrai jceroaaaaise. X£ - j&. B. JfOS13S« & fiOftS 4KB } Jeffery, Sattenen & Hibcert STOBT. ] Byass, Bass, Bridges, Sourness TFiiaky, jBraxsdy, Earn, Booth's Gin, Chasa ?Sagne, Glaiet,&herry, Fort, Hock, Outer, Oorke Grwss&rBlsckwell » Fruits, Pickles, i«.. Wbybrcw, Morton /Salad and Castor Oil. iiinseed Oil, Dolman's Starch, Eeckitf* Paris ?and Xbumb Sice, Haras, Matches, WicSow -Jla£s,GJue, Hops, Halt, Galvanized Iron (Orfc, Sum, and man), -Sheet bad, Fencing Wire, jKgiroa, Brnshware, Millstones and Bilks, Whita Siead, 3?aint, Waolpacks, Oerosaofcs, Brsnbags, Oanvas.Twine, KoSsles iHoare'a Varaieh and fremih Polish. 176eoexl80e HBNBT SCOTT. Adelaide. TWATH1TK— OX SAliE, ij the Underajgneo, NOBEL'S PATENT a-YKAMHE, with suitable DBTOKATORS flnaFUSE. G. P. &ARBX8, SCiBFE, ft GO. H&BSOLD BROTHERS. J. OOX.TQN & CO. ?. & S. BACH. McLBAN BEOS., BIGS, & CO. 9CHS ADBXHAl^SIAN IMPLEMENT 00. CROOKS, OTKTON, &a...

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THE Chronicle & Mail. SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1881. THE NEW SOUTH WALES TARIFF [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

THE -&tymdt ft fjjfoil SAXUBBAY, APRIL 10, 1881. THE NEW SOUTH WALES TARIFF The intention expressed by Mr. Morgan in announcing the policy be proposed to sub mit to the new Parliament, to make an «fiort to tax property and to assimilate the tariff to that of New South Wales, was not calculated to secure the support of a cer tain .class of politicians. The represen tatives of -wealthy absentee landholders, incited by motives of sordid self-interest, were in many caseB certain to oppose the proposition on tliat ground alone; and other rich landowners who are not absen tees were only too eager to 6well the cry against a policy wnicn alter au proposed to secure at their hands only a small instalment of justice to the colony. The impending elections for the Council afiorded special opportunities for denouncing the scheme, and at the same time of misrepresenting the facts of the case. Sir Henry Ayers and Mr. Hay were especially remarkable for their efforts in this direction. The f...

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

I^ATE EDITION. Speoial Advertise-msats. FOB SALE, BARNARD - STREET, frosting Mill Un»oe, North Adelaide, FINS BUILDING SITE, 108 feet 6 inches ficantage; 211 feet 6 inches depth. ? ' MORTIMER STUOKEY, Gresham Chambers, Adelaide. ? i3**33x36:8S THE ADFBBTI8BJJ JOB PBIHTING DBPARTMBHT trill from this date be carded «a in *h» HEW BUILDINGS at the £EA£ OP MABLBOBOUGH CHAMBERS WAxTSOUTH-STSKBT. BAEKOW * KINS. . A&Uide, September S7, 1888. x*RSexSTSsa EESTDSQ - MACHHSB FOB BALK. Ob amount of having to make room far new «nd greatly improved ?ftft'*'T'ery we are pre pared te receive offers for s TWO-FBSDBB WHABFDALE-HAOHINB.by Dawson, capable of printing a eheet.44 z 60. This Machine is is good working order. ? ''^ babbow k sing. ? i35Sc»a77e rw\SE INCIDENCE OF TAXATION 1 AHDTHB NECBSSITT FOK A PROPERTY TAX. Under this title we have repnblished in small pamphlet form a aeries of articles that hare recently appeared i» the South Atutrtdim Adver tiser, proviog by facts aad figure* tha...

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THE BLACK ROBE. [Published by special arrangement with the Author, All rights reserved.] BOOK THE FIFTH. CHAPTER III.—THE HARVEST IS REAPED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

THE BLACK ROBE. BY WILKIE COLLINS. [Publiohei by spedal arrangement with the Author, AH rights reaerrei.] BOOK THE FIFTH. Chapter III. — The Habyest is Reaped. On their way through the streets Father Ben-well talked as persistently of the news of the day as if he had nothing, else in his thoughts. To keep his companion's mind in a state of suspense was, in certain emer gencies, to exert a useful preparatory influence over a man of Komayne'a charac ter. Even when they reached his lodgings the Driest still hesitated to arJDroach the object that he had in view. He made coBsiderable enquiries in the character of a hospitable man. ' They breakfast early at the Retreat,' he said. ' What may I ofier you ?' ' I want nothing', thank you,' Romayne answered, with an effort to control his habitual impatience of needless delay. ' Pardon me — we have a long interview before us I fear. Our bodily necessities — Homayne — excuse me if I take the friendly liberty of suppressing the formal ' Mr.' — ou...

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YOUNG IRELAND: FRAGMENT OF IRISH HISTORY. BOOK II. CHAPTER I.—How O'CONNELL WAS TRIED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

YODNG IRELAND: A FRAGMENT OF HUSH HISTORY. rBY SIB CH4EEES GA.VA2T DUFFY, K,O,JLG. BODE II. Chapieb L — How O'Cccxnell was TnrED. The scene changes from exulting masters and processions of the people to the grave procedure and dilator; processes of a court of law; but there was no railing off in interest, and the incidents are certniuly not less instructive to the political student than those already passed in review. The bulk of the nation were disappointed and puzzled, but not alienated, by the change of policy; and they turned with unabated solicitude to the new contest be tween their veteran tribune and his oppo nents. Throughout Europe and America the prosecution was watched with mingled interest and wonder. It was regarded at first as an attempt to punish a renowned Irishman, by the agency of an Irish court and an Irish jury, for having striven to raise his country in thts scale of nations : an attempt which foreigners might well desm maladroit and hopeles3. Buc after a little...

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TRIP OF THE SCHOONER ELSIA TO THE ARU ISLANDS. NOTI S ON THE NATIVES AND ANIMALS. No. III. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

TRIP OF THE SCHOONER JELSIA TO THE AEU ISLANDS. KOH S OK THE NATIVES AND ANIMS.LS. [Br F. W. Andeews.] No. IIL The river 'Watali is a fine wide stream at the entrance, and we sailed three or four miles up it, and anchored there for four weeks and seme days. To my mind it yi8B tie most dreary region that can be imagined. We went up the river four or five miles in a boat, the tide running up and down very quickly. The principal timber on the banks is mangrove, of very large nrnnrtTlinns- anrl rTiA OTniinrl af. lnur ?wrntor is for a long distance, back &? mass of tangled, knotted roots, through which it is nest to an impossibility to travel. We 'did not see a bird or hear a sound of any thing for two or three miles, when the channel began to get narrower, and finally merged into a good deep creek, running up to a flattish rocky corner, where three or four little creeks ran into the main one. At high, water these streams were all one at the spot I am describing, and the water ro...

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GEOLOGICAL AND ZOOLOGICAL. FEATURES OF THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

GEOLOGICAL AND ZOOLOGICAL J'EA.TURES OF THE NORTH. Mr. E. Bi Sanger has forwnrded to the ' Surveyor- General the following ' Report on the Geology, &c, of the country be tween the Government Gums and C toper's Creek,' accompanied by a sketch : — 'Trigonometrical Survey Camp, ' Parachirinna, Cooper's Creek, 'January S, 1SS1. ' To the Surveyor-General, Adelaide — uoder another cover, a preliminary report of the geology of the country between the Government Gums and Coouer'a Croat. I have not as yet had an opportunity of making a thorough examination of the region, or the report would have been more complete. ' Preliminary report upon the geology of the country between the Government Gums and Cooper's Creek : — ' In describing the country lying north ef the Government Gums it will ba conve nient to consider it under two heads. First its general topography, second its geological structure. First, general topo graphy. From the Gums to Mauuwauka ninna'the country consists o£ stony...

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MOONTA. APRIL 14. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

MOONTA. Apan- 14. Some very nice and welcome showers of rain fell during Wednesday evening and night, which have partially replenished .many of oar tanks, snd put tbe ground in order for seed sowing. We bad rather stirring times here on Wednesday evening. Mr. Beaglehole made an unofficial Bpeeoh, returning thank; to a few of his sup porter* at Lord's Hotel. This, together with free beer, and a band, made things look once more like election times. The other candidates were here, but I have not heard of any public speeches.

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MINLATON, APRIL 12. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

MINLATON, Apbh. 13. Not a very great amount of interest waa mani fested yesterday in tbe election proceeding* here, alchongh the township presented rather a livelier appearance than usual. Ie was felt that the fate of the candidates for the representation of Wallaroo would be decided in the more popu lous part of the Peninsula, and news regarding the event waB anzioruly looked for, principally itaiMLnam An i^ca hurl afttnciA nnFfAntin +.ViCLt-_ *i« many hsd expressed their intention of plumping for either of the new men, the old ones, or at at aay rate one of them, might be left out in the cold. Much to the satisfaction of everybody, however, it was telegraphed that Messrs. Boss and Furner were returned ; at the same time some little surprise was displayed at Mc.Beagle fcole's victory over Mr. Pater, as the latter had been considered to be quite certain of occupying the place of third member for the district. But lawyers seem to be out of favor with the public, and hence, probably, ...

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

Sales fc» Auction. On TUESDAY, 17tb Hv.tk 3 tiWoek. ' TOWNSHIP OF WESTNAIBNE. - WESTNAIBNB. WBSTNAIBNat Close to the NAIBNB BAILWAY XEBWNBSi - SABT OK SBOTIONB Nos. 5883, 4131, fc 4Ot, HUNDBBD OF KANMANTOO, 70 AOBBS SUBDIVIDED IHTO ALLOY MBNT8, Ob the Adelaide, Woooside, and Nairne Main Beads. pAEB, JAMBS B-, few wcerroi JL7' instraetioMfroa.Mr. JahnOlexy toaeU, in bis zoom, the Old Exchange, Adelaide, on ?Tuesday, 17th May, at S o?oloek— ? TOSIimBHB. THIS TOWNSHIP has been laid oat in ?*- venient Eizei AI&OSKKKTS from £ to f an acre each, and have the adraa ?age of being situated in dose proximity to tb« NAIBKB BAILWAY TERMINUS ?nd the main roads from Adelaide and Wood snde intoNairoo. 'This locality' should commend itself to per wonswho desire a total change of climate during *be hot weather, as the situatisn is most pfe turcsque, the soil very superior. HUe-B**. flans are is preparation, and may be obtained from Mr. John Olezy ; air. J. H. Packard, 6ur mor, &c- Ad...

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MACLAREN VALE, APRIL 12. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

MACLAREN VAL1, Ahul 12. On SandajannivKMTj sermons -Here preached in connection with the Wesleyan Chapel. The Coagregational Ohurob was kindly lent for the occasion. The weather being fine the attendance was gocd. On Monday there was s public tea at the Wesleyan Chapel, and later a meeting, presided over by Mr. Oldham, of Willmua. The attendance at both meetings was limited. Ad dresses were given by the Bev. W. H. Bofe, minuter of the circuit, Mr. Illman, of Willunga, and often. II r. Bofe read the report, which showed that the church was in a nourishing state. The choir sang several pieces during the evening. — Last week an accident happened to a party while ridiag in a spring-cart. Itappsars tkat the horse turned too sharp rouad a sorner and capsized the vehicle. Luckily the oeoupauts got off with only a severe shaking. — The farmers have been crying out for rain for some time, and to-night it seems to be coming. We hope it will sot psas off again, as they want to be getting on wi...

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

DAVID ROBIN, 86 and 88, BUNDLE-STREET, Zs cow showing a splendid assortment of New Winter Drapery and Clothing at PRICES TO MEET THE TIMES, and is prepared to execute all ORDERS FROM TBE COUNTRY with care and promptitude. . The accompanying Price-Liet is prepared to help purchasers to make their selection, the Stock being nil FRESH and SEASONABLE, and embracing all the leading NOVELTIES and most FASHIONABLE STYLES. PARCELS OF £5 and upwards sent CARRIAGE FREE to any Tailway station or ehimrinsr nort in the colonv. Drees SEatin Clothe, C£-d, IJd, 9d, lOid, Is, ]« Sd, 2s. Poplins, 4|d, Is, 2b, 2s 6d, 3s lid Drees Serje, Va6, 10i-i, If, In 3d Fculli Cloth, 1b, 1b 3d, Is 6d Fancy Twill Cloth, Is 3d, 1b 6d Black Lustres, C|d, 7Jd, BJd, 1b, Is 3a, Is 6d, 1b 9d, 2s 8d, 3s 6d .Blaok Cashmeres, 1b 3d, Is 6d, Is 3 Id, 2b €6', Ss lid, 8s Od Colored French Merino, Is, Is 6d, Is lid, 2s 6d, Ss lid Wool Plaids, Is 4d, 2s lid, Ss 6d, 2i lid Blaok French Merino, Is 6d, Is lid, 2s 83, Se lid, 3b 6d ...

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LAURA, APRIL 12. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881

IATTRA, AifiiL 12. The weather still continues warm and dry. Tbe nights are becoming very chilly. To-day we had one of our own peculiar doetatorms, which penetrated everywhere, and was a»y thing but agieaable. — To-uifht the ranges to the north -weet of the township are brilliantly lit up by the bnsh fire which has been burning in that direction for the last few days, and is now gradually approaching the settled part of tbe district.

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