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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

: Woman's Salvation. tThe Wife's welfare within her own control. Treatise POSTEP FEEB Write PJJOFESSOR B. B. ^EB WANN, French Specialist, 41, OoUins-plaoe, Melbourne. 3Ms treatise -vUl teach you more about prevention than ill the years you've lived. Every Woman shouldread it. , ' ? ? - ? .. . ? rxl87:X86 Oriental Female Pills. $-tple power. Restore regularity without fail. Any wuse. ? Sura and safe. Box, posted, 5s. 6d. Write ' M& ^Aywm.n agent, CoUiasdtreet, Melbourne. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

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Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GAWLER SOUTH MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

QAWLER SOUTH MISSION. There was a large audience in the Gawler South Mission-room last week, when the Rev. tChignell delivered his second popular lec « on 'English Church History. About views were thrown on a large screen by Mr. W. J. Leicester's limelight apparatus and jibe artistic effect was very beautiful. The {lecturer briefly recapitulated the details of St. I limiDfitiiiti minnnn t/v Tilncrl&nrl. And DOlnted Hte^-1''- * jut that, with the exception of those in the liti' ' outh-east, all the local churches founded in Ipf ': ^England by Augustine and his monks failed to K-'' Attain to any degree of permanence. Sixty if - Sears after the death of St. Augustine (i.e., in it' *fce year €64) there was only one bishop of Ml' -?? ftoman consecration left in England, K' whereas there were several English and K i Irish bishops. An instance was given |p : 'of the way in which a mission was planted, s£-'- .tout only for a short time. In A.D. 627 m-r ? gPaulinus, who came from Can...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Turf. RACES TO COME. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

%hz%vrt. rl RACES TO OOME. ;' October. ??''? 6.— Tatters&II'aRacer . 12, 19.— Victoria Amateur Turf Club (Oaulfldd Ouo : : Meeting).— Second payment, Debutant Stakes, v October 10.; final payment at scale. Second p»y. ? . ment, Toorak Handicap, October 7 : final acceptance*, October 10. Handicaps, Caulfleld Oup, June 114; second payment, Auguit 5; final acceptances, OctoberM. ' . 20.— Moonee Valley Racing Club (Cup Meeting);-* Handicaps, October 21 ; acceptances, October 24, November. 2, 6, 7, 0.— Victoria Bating Olub (Spring Meeting). — first forfeit, Maribyrnong Plate, October 1; second forfeit, October 31. Handicaps, Melbourne Cup, June 24 ; first forfeit, August 6 ; second forfeit, Octobers. . '» 6.— MoontaBaees. Nominations, October 2. 11.— Gawler Jockey Olub. Nominations, October 16 ; weights, October 22 ; acceptances, October 29. 11.— Mnitland Jockey Club. Nominations, October 8. Dbckmbu. 26.— Port Adelaide Bating dub. 26.— Yorke'u Peninsula Bating Club. 28.— Adelaide...

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STATE ADVANCES BILL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

STATE ADVANCES BILL. to the Enrroa. Sir — In reply to ' Charlcoine's' letter of the 28th iust. I beg to say that I am not ignorant of tho fact that the Government purpose in cluding perpetual leases in the State Ad vances Bill, but I maintain this would be quite as unnecessary_ as the rest of the Bill if the restrictions placed on land boards with re gard to transfers were removed, which I am pleased to see ' Charlcome,' with myself and others, desires. If this were brought about the farmere neither -n ray district nor in * ' Uharlcome's' would have any difficulty in getting a little monetary assistance to enable them to pay cash to their storekeepers and thereby save themselves from having to deal so much on credit, and also from having to pay such high' prices for their goods, which would be quite as great advantage to the storekeeper as to the farmer himself. If, as ' Charlcomo' says, the farmer would save 25 per cent, it would benefit the storekeeper still more, because if he co...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

SPORTING NOTES. - Mr. Cocks gave Thunder Queen her Man* : byrnong trial on Monday at Morphettvilla with the colors up. The filly answered the question satisfactorily, and will take her de parture for Melbourne on Monday next in company with Birksgato. Tom Kieley will accompany them and go direct to quarters e.% Caulfield. Successor is not going over. We have received from the publisher the' second edition of J. J. Miller's useful sporting pamphlet with supplement of performances or Cup worses and others up to September 23. In connection with the Melbourne Cup 750 to 30 was laid against Bruin in Adelaide on Monday, and 300 to 21 Delaware for the same event. The committee of the Adelaide Racing Club met on Monday afternoon to transact) routine business and receive tenders for the new members' reserve. The latter is not what some may suppose it to be — a new grand stand for members, But a ' ' reserve' or enclosure such as they have at Caulfield and Flemington, with lounge scats and a b...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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METHODIST UNION TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

METHODIST UNION, TO THE EDITOR. Sir — A letter appeared in your issue of September 23 from the pen of the Rev. James Haslam. With the general aspect of the -question of Methodist union as dealt with by Mr. Haslam I have notlung to do. There are those in South Australia who are well able to reply to Mr. Haslam 's strictures; but there is one statement that I feel ought to be answered, and as it is so utterly wrong I feel cer tain - that Mr. . liaslam - will be the first to thank -me for correcting him. Mr. Haslam quotes from a letter ho had received from a 'leading Victorian Methodist,' in which he states ' that the statistics were so unreliable, as presented to the council, that wo sent them back.' As secretary of the Vic torian Federal Council I must positively say no such action was taken by the council. The plain facts are these : — A statistical committee was appointed to compile a schedule of infor mation. That committee has been engaged in this work for the council. On August ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The Dineyard. INSURANCE AGAINST PHYLLOXERA. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

Witt I&ttgarb. INSURANCE AGAINST PHYL LOXERA: Foresight and patriotism are equally ex hibited in the proposal of the Vine growers' Association to provide by volun tary taxation a fund for fighting phyl loxera. Happily the destructive vine parasite has not yet made its appearance in South Australia. It may be hoped that official regulations will suffice to keep it out, if not for ever at least for many years to come. But the danger of in vasion is serious. The pest is in the other colonies, and sooner or later in all probability we shall have it here. ' Fore warned' ought to be 'forearmed,' and on that principle the Vinegrowera' Association is acting. Mr. Hardy has represented the importance of timely preparation, and at his instance the vigiierons have adopted a scheme which, if legislatively sanctioned, will enable them to begin the battle in earnest directly the enemy appears. A good general strikes quickly ; but hitherto public and private action in this colony for the ex...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

A BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION. Apply Sulpholine Lotion. It drives away pimples, blotches, roughness, redness, and all disfigurements. Sulpholine develops a lovely skin, 1b. bottles, Made in London.— Ad vt. rl32weoo£aiuxfl32o

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WOOL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

WOOL. '' TO THE EDITOR. ? ' Sir— In your leading article of the 28th ultimo you summarise the Btate of the wool market in a. very complete and clear mannre as one would expect from so competent an authority. At the conclusion of the article you allude more particularly to the bearing it has upon the pastoral interest in South Aus tralia, to which colony our interests are chiefly confined. I do not think it is generally known . that the exports of South Australian wool are greater per head of -the population than :J both wheat and flour. With your permission -'1 I will reproduce the last few lines of the ' ^$ article, which are as follows :—' But the ,: pastoral industry in this proving has indefinite - *; possibilities of expansion, given anything like ; ; ; fair prices and wiselaws.our immense territory -r :^' instead of carrying^onjy between stven and ; 't eight million of the ninety-eight millions in ';^ Australia .-should increase its flocks to ;*: many times their present numbe...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TATTERSALL'S RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

TATTERSALL'S RACES. The following acceptances were received on Tuesday for Tattersalrs race .meeting, to ba held on the Old Course on October 5 :— HIHIDLK RACK. About one mile and three-ouartcr.?. st. lb. The Duke .. .. 11 10 Father Confessor .. 10 8 Knsig-n .. .. 9 10 Home Eule . . . . 9 10 Snowdrift .. ..9 7 Molly Bawn . . 9 4 ™ .? 8tlb- Elastic .. ..9 2 Rac-carat .. ..8 0 Gipsy Queen .. 0 0 Bouquet .. ..9 0 Nalpa .. ..9 0 King ? 90 SKLLl.N'G RACK. Six f urloncs. Wahine .. .. 9 10 Anglaiso .. ..9 3 Orb ? 9 0 Germaine .. ,. 8 10 Delia Volta.. .. 8 7 Covenant .. ..8 0 OCTOBER CUP. One and a quarter miles. iirkby .. ..'98 Kronberg . . ..87 Birksgate .. ..8 5 Happy Jack . . 8 6 The Imp . . . . 7 10 Miraclum .. .. 7 9 1 Arctic .. ..7 5 NacVara . . . . 74 Hamlet .. ..7 4 Morna Lee .. ..0 9 Clytemnestra .. 6 7 Jl'VEKIIiR IIAKDICAP. Five I urioncrs. Fluvms .. ..9 0 Marryatville .. 8 6 Hear Hear . . . . 8 4 j Anglo-Saxon .. 8 2 Princess of Wales.. 7 9 Elodwen .. ..7 7 BTKKPWXUASE. About tw...

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THE HON. G. McGREGOR AND PASTORAL IMPROVEMENTS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

THE HON. G. McGREGOR AND PASTORAL IMPltOYEMEXTS. TO THE EDITOR. Sir — In your report of yesterday's Parlia mentary proceediujgs the Honorable Mr. McGregor in speaking on the Pastoral Bill ja ^ - reported to have said 'In a station in- the ' ^1 north a well was sunk, and the water was j(h- t bad that when the old ewes drank it they only lived a short time. The man who carried out that work spent £2,000 or £3,000 in making additional Improvements, though he knew the water waa : unfit to give his sheep and cattle, yet the Government had to pay for all improvements — which included water — effected on the run.' I would aak Mr. McGregor to inform the public through your columns— 1. Whence was this information obtained? 2. To what station does- he refer? 3. What was the total amount paid for the improvements by the Government on that station ? 4. What amount, if any, was | paid for the well he mentions ? Failing a satisfac tory reply to these questions the Hon. ? Mr. McGregor can scarcely...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

COLONIAL HORSES IN ENGLAND. Whenever an animal is shipped from Aus tralia to Britain we look to him to win laurels t on the English turf. Paris is soon to make his debut before the British public. Mr. Gollan has sent hiB fine 'chaser Norton and others, - and Daimio is to follow shortly. Horses have ^ before left the colpnies to try conclusions ' at ., home,-' but have never been very, successful. Perhaps it is oh account of their age when chipped, and perhaps because of climatic changes, but most likely because their trainers and jockeys do not smoke ' Frossard's Cavour Cigars^ which bring success to everybody. Habitual imokers of these pleasant weeds are '' jolly looking fellows. .-And why not? they smoke ihe most fragrant cigar in the world, ?; *- and procure them in packets of eight for a bob. Frosaard'e Cavour Cigars are obtainable every where. rx201;193 r

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADELAIDE HUNT CLUB RACES. THE HUNT CUP WON BY KING-FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

ADELAIDE HUNT CLUB RACES. THE HUNT CUP WON BY KING FISH. A famous statesman who visited the colonies a few years ago, remarking upon the bright ness of a spring day in Adelaide, said, 'I have enjoyed many fine days in other parts of the world, but In the delightful climate of Adelaide a ' fine day*' is like a beautiful day elsewhere with a bumper of champagne thrown in.' It was this exhilarating and holiday character of the weather that distinguished Saturday. September 2S, as the boss spring day of the season. The most fastidious of caterers for public enjoyment could not have contrived to blend the atmospheric elements more harmoniously with the golden rays of the orb of day; nor could those magi cians of the brush, Claude or Turner, had they been, present in the flesh, have desired a more perfect scene of beauty to immortalise on canvas than the emerald green foreground of Morphettville, the vari-tinted hills beyond, and above the blue empyrean flecked with nebulous clouds of sil...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Poultry. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

fcrtitrg. At a recent meeting of the Auburn branch of the Bureau of Agriculture Mr. Isaacson read a paper on ' Poultry.' He said :— A well bred fowl always pays better than a mongrel and costs no more for food, but breeders of pure bred f owIb have not met with the encourage ment they deserve. Many hold the erroneous idea that no fowl is better than the common barndoor mongrel, and few are willing to give more than eighteen pence for a rooster to improve a breed. Farmers as a general rule pay no attention to the breeding of superior fowls ; . but they 'have greater facilities than others for doing so. In order to maintain a good standard of poultry, either for table or for egg production, great attention must be paid to the breeding of pure stock. As the industry extends there will be a great demand for pure birds of all varieties necessary to produce fowls of larger frames with good meaty thighs and breasts, with high-colored flesh and light colored legs. He thought Malays, Plymout...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

I' c''*'';- ?? Ati&ions. -/' 5 *BfitlMlNABYADVEBTISEMENT. ^ VALUABLE STATION PROPERTY. t MESSRS. ST EACH AN; ? CHEADLE, &CO. * ' age instructed by A. McGregor Dey, Esq., to offer for „ tele t-y public suction, in Adelaide, in November, all * that YaluaWe Property known as * WINNININNIE STATION, Consisting of 'J Kl MILES LEASEHOLD LAND X0300 SHEEP- or thereabouts ' together with Horses, Bullocks, Cows, Drays ? And Valuable Plant suitable for the carrying on of a station of this size. ~ Tor further particulars apply to STRACHAN, CHEADLE, ACo., WOOLBROKERS AND STATION AGENTS, ADELAIDE AND POET ADELAIDE. 280acx276c / r Public Notices. ? , EAPtTNPA ANNUAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW ' WILL BE HELD ON WSBSESB1Y, OCTOBER 9, Grand Jumping Contests. With the exception of Grain and Flour, ©airy Produce, and miscellaneous, ALL ENTRiESCLOSE OCT. 5. State Train to Adelaide, 5.15 p.m. ; Late Train to Morgan, 7.25 pan, ? FIRST PRIZE for LADY'S HACK (presented by J. rr':. - M.-Wendt, Esq., of...

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HORTICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

HORTICULTURAL NOTES. ' Owing to some information he received from the Gawler fruit inspectors, Mr. Geo. Quinn went to the Gawler Show last Wednesday week and seized several cases of oranges, which were badly affected witli scale, that were being, disposed of en the ground. Mr. Quinn is re-' framing from taking proceedings fora while to give growers an opportunity of cleaning their groves, but after this year offending persons will be prosecuted. In two weeks time it will be necessary for orchardists on the plains to commence spraying operations for codlin moth. By applying to the Gentral Agricultural Bureaus, or to local police stations, fruit growers will be furnished -with the addresses of persons who are capable of undertaking this work. Tho Adelaide lemons, ex Duke of Argyll were sold in London on August 23 at 8s. per case, but the reports respecting tho Mildura shipment by the Cuzco are more satisfactory. Messrs. Garcia & Jacobs, of Covent Garden, state that the packing...

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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Horticulture. GARDENING FOR THE WEEK. THE PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

Ipflrttmltet GARDENING FOR THE WEEK. Tire Plaivs. Ft-ower Garden.— Tender annuals of all Innds may still be planted, but special atten tion must be paid to watering until they are well established ; seeds of these may now be sown in patches in the open borders. In sow ing a slight depression should be made in the coil about an inch and a half deep, then sow the seed thinly and evenly in this and cover with half an inch of clean sand or very light candy soil ; water well, shade through the day, and uncover the beds at nitrht. Shrubs, trees. and herbaceous plants that. were planted in the spring will require constant attention in water ' ing until they become established, and should be mulched if possible, not only to save labor in watering, but to keep the soil cool about the roots. Newly - planted trees that are not self-supporting should be staked at once ; if this is not attended to whilst tho trees are young it is nest to impos sible to form them into good specimens after Irards....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

* - Properties for Bale w^^nted. - 1 'in AEG A I K 1 X T H E HI L/L & Jt- Oood sub5tantiaWy*U-«i5toneHOUSE, newlj . pupered, six rooms, bath, pantiy, «randah,..«table,-: ''? ??' vS5acte.ot.lwdi price, £700.- ;. ' . -. --'? ,; Additional or other blocks of land, all steea, at lowest urices ? ? ?' ?' ' ' , MOSET 1O LENtX Tram-en. Leases. anlcUl Document* vnitr /teal I. ^^jjg^ & COi -Tuaicxl3p Waymouth-streef.. Alelal'K ? TTWR SALE, or TO LET, FARM. Section «7. con Ms ' tainine 15a acrea, and part Section 4*4 coa ' Suninjr 132 acres, UUNDIiKD of DALKEY. fcujr . Jenns.— Lyons & Leader; or J. * W. Henderson, ___ — - ^idlicitora, 14, Wa)-mouth-atreet ? 73oeexJ3o ' TpTo~R BALE O~R 'TO LEX HUNDRED OF REDHILL — Section 594x, 119 tores good grazing land. HUNDRED OK GRACE— Section 457. 120 acres. .HUNDRED OF G00LWA— Lot 4 of Section 2118, 10 acres, now occupied by S. Din);. x63ac LYONS & LEADER, Imperial Chambers. LA\D A\D HOUSE PROPERTY 8HUTTLEWQRTH & L...

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THE SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

THE SALVATION ARMY. Gratifying returns are to hand of thefinancial result of the self-denial week which has just been held by the Salvation Army. The figures, which it is stated by the headquarters staff in Melbourne only approximate, not final, show that during the week no less a sum has been subscribed as the result of self-denial on the part of members of the organisation in all the Australasian colonies than £13,760, which is more than £2,500 in advance of the amount collected by a similar effort during last year. New Zealand heads tho list with ? £2,750, while Victoria comes next with £2,550, and Queensland is not far behind with £2,530. New South Wales contributed £2,350, South Australia £1,900, West Australia £1,200, and Tasmania £480. In the individual centres West Australia takes the lead, Perth having subscribed £337, while Coolgardie is next with £300, Norwood (South Australia) has given £270, and Dunedin (New Zealand) £200. Melbourne comes almost at the bottom of the lis...

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