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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

NO HOME COMPLETE ^WITHOUT it oJH '9i WAV ilffDL DftllMl Tae Complete Series Now Rsady, ?????-?-? ? . ..*j . -^- ? - ... E2.i|3R4GmG NEARLY TWO HUNDRED '-''#*'&&'?£..: ?£. TWOfElUNDRED &'& ^ TWO HUNDRED SUPERB f^lOTOGRAPHS. THE PALACES OF ROYAXT%I ^¥ ...... THE H|)1^^F ENGLAND'S NOBLES. . . . .. . . . . '^S^'.vff. '. . ANCIENT RUINS. GEMS O^IJIlTISH SCENERY. THE COMPL^^SIr^S v: ^a FORWARDED PO3T FREE . . '% For ? ? SEVEN SHILLINGS I SEVEN SHILLINGS SEVEN SHILLINGS | SEVEN SHILLINGS SEVEN SHILLINGS. SEVEN SHILLINGS. THE LAST CHANCE , . . f OB 6ECUffrlNG A COMPLETE SET OF 'Beautiful -Britain;' FOR SEVESf SHILLING (POST FKtE), NO FURTHER SETS 'CAN BE SUPPLIED AFTER OCTOBER 31 NEXT. Distributing Agents— Messra. E. S. WIGG & SON, Rundle-street. J. L. BONYTHON & CO , ' THE ADVERTISER ' OFFICES, ADELAIDE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. ?- ? . o , 2 3 4 5 6 7or89orlO 11 12 Lines. Lines. Lines. Lines. Lines. Lines. Lines. Lines. Lines. ' ? ? ?'? ? ': » ? ' ? ? -. d. s. d. s. d. «. d. s. d. g e. d. £ a. d. £ a. d.J3 s. d. One Insertion ? 101020303 6 046050056060 Two Insertions ? 2 0 3 0 4 0 6 0.700 9 0 0 10 0 0 11 0 0 12 0 Three Insertions ? 2 8 4 0 5 5 8 19 6 0 12 2 0 13 6 0 14 10 0 1(5 2 Four Insertions ... ... 3 6 5 3 7 0 10 6 13 S 0 15 9 0 17 6 0 19 3 1 1 0 Five Insertions ... ... 4 4 6 7 8 9 13 S 15 5 019 8 1 1 11 1 4 11 6 3 Six Insertions ? 6 0 7 8 10 2 15 4 17 10 1 3 0 1 5 6 1 8 1 1 10 7

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OUR AMERICAN LETTER. New York, August 17. 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

OUR AMERICAN LETTER. 1 [From our own Correspondent.] New York, August 17. 1895. Tho murder rate in the 'United States is a little higher than in some other civilised countries for the-evident reasons that many of the population are drawn from among the more restless spirits of the old world, and that in 6cantily-peopled regions, where the restraints of law are not plainly m view, men are prone to avail themselves of what Lord Bacon calls 'the wild justice of revenge.' But it obeys the Buckle law of statistics, that is, just about as many persons fall victims to , violence each year under the same conditions, and the details of such crimes are so monotonously identical a-3 to make them for the most part unworthy of notice. Chicago, how ever, . believes that she has evolved a criminal — perhaps it would be nearer the truth to say a maniac — assassin, whose alleged mis deeds are unique alike in conception and in execution. He is a man of good family, a graduate of a college, and hclds ...

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY^ Tcesday, October 1. There was again but a small attendance in the galleries of the Assembly on Tuesday, but 40 legislators were present and ready for work when the Speaker took the chair. The Minister of Education, Mr. Bartlett, Mr. Butler, and Mr. Lake, who were absent last week, 'were all back again. Mr. Scherk pre-~ sented a petition against the Public-house Monopolies Bill, and then Mr. Moule, on a formal motion, drew attention to the delay which is occurring on the telegraph lino between Adelaide and West Australia, and suggested that the work of duplicating the wires should be pushed on as rapidly as possible. He thought West Australia should be asked to take the duplicate line on her side direct from Eucla to Coolgardie, which would result in a great saving of time. Mr. Foster thought it would be important to save even a few weeks in the construction of the line by anticipating the Parliamentary vote. Mr. Griffiths has had personal expe riences of the losse...

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Mail News. OUR ANGLO-COLONIAL LETTER. London, August 30, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

1 #ait ffitog.. OUR- ANGLO'-GOLONIAL LETTER. ' [From our Special Correspondent.] London, August 30, 1895. - The principal topic of conversation in the greatly reduced Anglo-colonial circle is the .' coming, boom ' in Westralia. 1'or my own part I have thought the ' boom ' already here, but I am told by those who profess to be in the know that wo are going to have a 'boom' which will put into the shade all previous 'booms,' includiug even the South Sea Bubble. Meanwhile company promotion is proceeding with a briskness whic:j, lor the time of year, is unparalleled in the history of mining enterprise. Half-a-dozen Westralian miningcompauieshave been floated during the past, ten days, and a round dozen are ready for public (subscription during the next fortnight. Those floated successfully include the Golden Cement Claims, Limited (capital £209,000) ; the West Australian Share Corporation (capital £250,000), tho shares of which are even now at 2 premium ; the Talisman Goid - Mines (capi...

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NEW ZEALAND. Auckland, September 30. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

r V NEW ZEALAND. ?''-?' ' Auckland, September 30. ' Two miners, Thomas Leslie and JohnSnow, were drowned in reservation Inlet-to-day by the capsizing of a boat. ? . ./-.??.. - -Wellington, October L ;.'.,*?' . At ,5 pjn. Bharp earth tremors were ex ;periencea at Taranaki, but no damage was :.: ... done. ?_''???.? ' .'???,.???.' -.. ? Aucldand. October 2. - The tendersfor the Auckland Harbor Board ' * per cent, loan. were closed on Tuesday. . O^ £1,800. wob subscribed.

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The Parliament. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

Wxi fErlmment. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday. Octobee 1. An old battle was ref ought in the Council on Tuesday, when nearly the whole of the afternoon was devoted to the reconsideration of the clause, which at the suggestion of Mr. Duncan was inserted in the Pastoral Bill, and which made the incoming lessee liable for the payment of all improvements on the 'S8 leases. Mr. O'Loghlin wanted to apply this principle to all classes of land alike, so when the opportunity offered he asked the (Jounwl to accept his clause in preference to Mr. Dun can's. It looked very much as though a stormy dobate was brewing when Mr. Kirkpatrick expressed the opinion that Mr. Duncan should not have voted on his own olause. 'I don't want to be personally offensive,' said the labor member, ' but Mr. Duncan is personally inte rested in this matter.' He then proceeded to state that uuder the clause Mr. Duncan would be entitled to £90 for water improvements and £552 for other improvements. Another gentle man wo...

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TASMANIA. Launceston, September 27. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

TASMANIA. Launceston, September 27. A company has secured 25 years' lease of 1,000 acres of the Mount Ford Estate, in the Iiongford district, for the purpose of develop ing coaL An excellent sample has been ob tained, and the royalty question has been satisfactorily arranged. ?-. Two prospector's are reported to have found - ? ?» rich reef at Long Plains, Corinna, and a rush 'V .basset in. V -?,.?'-?'. ' Launceston, September 29. _..,-- ; Henry William: Nevin, aged 13; was. found ;-_.??'... idead-lin bed. on Saturday*' morning at his ; ' , 'parents' residence at Prospect. At an in „;..?'? quest held on his body a verdict that death was due to heart disease was returned. . The gold won during September totalled $693 oz., valued at £14,772, and the dividends ' paid-amounted to £13,450. . TJ*e West Volunteer mine has on hand 1,582 oz. of amalgam from the plates aud ripples from*355 tons of stone. ? . ? . ? ; Launceston, September 30. An outrage took place at the Tasmania mine on Friday...

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CLARKE & CO., SHAREBROKERS, AUSTRALASIA CHAMBERS [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

GLARKE&Ca, SHABEBROKEBS, . AUSTRALASIA CHAMBERS, Report as follows for the past week : — In Western Australian stocks we have again had very heavy business in Golden Bars and Moons. We have also had a large amount of business in Lake Views, Croesus, and Mari tanaa, while -our sales include most of the other stocks dealt in orr this market, from Great Bouldei-s down, to ftlaritapa Extendeds. In other gold stocks ? our sales include : — ; ?': . Specimen Hill' Unlteds (Bendigo), 6s. 6i-i. ; Baker's CreekB, lh'. tjd., ;;'i7ti;T Elennoras, Redcasties, North Long Tunuels, 53s. Gd.; Berry ConBols Extendeds, 54s. 6d.;, Southern and Prentice Uniteds, 5s. 7d.; Central Plateaus (Ballarat), 7s. 3d., 6s. 6d. .' ; : In silver we have had more, business than for two or three months past, having placed good parcels of Hills, Tens, Centrals, Souths, and Junctions. Prices generally chow im provement, and there is a very healthy tone about tho market in this class, though the attention of deal...

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Commercial. WEEKLY EPITOME. The Chronicle Offices, Friday evening, October 4. GENERAL MERCHANDISE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

(Emnmzt&nl WEEKLY EPITOME.. The Chronicle Offices, lfriday evenin-r, October 4. GE^?EEAL MEUCHANDISK. General business has been fairly good during the past week, and a steady demand for all distributing linos is reported; there is, how ever, very little enquiry for parcels, and buyers are not anxious to speculate. The West Australian gold boom is the prin cipal topio of conversation, and trades people complain that money is 6carce, and instead of its going into business channels it is drained into the share market, causing' a stagnation in general trade that should not be experienced at this time, when business is expected to show an improvement after the winter. Good orders are coming in from the West, and all vessels are going out with full cargoes. Local stocks are generally ample for all market requirements, and prices, ex cept in one or two lines, show but little variation from our last week's quotations. The sugar market is fairly strong, and the Colonial Sugar Refiner...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

NEW LIGHT WI0E 6P1.V-BAOS. * Steel-frame Twine-Binder GREATLY REDUCED IN PRICE TO MELT THE TIMES. . £47 1OS. PROMFT NET CASH. X}E%f\ Approved Bills 4th March, 1896, with right to renew an 3Zi*J \J alnount not exceeding one-half of tie purchase moaty for another three months with interest added. ? o ? Horasfcy Enclosed Gear Mower, £20. A&riaaee Buckeye Side-Delivery Heaper, cS29. Adriance H Mower, £17 10s. Stoddavto Improved Tiges Hake JK$&. £8 15s. ? o ? We have brought the .price of Harvesting Machinery so low in order to meet the times that we have decided to dispense with the cost of attending country shows. Intending pur chasers will kindly accept this intimation. Any of our specialities can be ordered direct or through any respectable machinist or store keeper. All prices are (unless otherwise stated) subject to a 1\ per cent, cask discount, or net at three months from Ifit of month following delivery of machine. . In previous years it .has beeu impossible for u...

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Shipping News. ARRIVED—SEPTEMBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

-*— ? : ? : ? ! ? ? ' ? W- ? ' ' ' ' ? : ? *BRIVED--«OTjannHt27. ? , t AERiTFOKGA, steamer (Lundfc Anchor line), 2,565 ions, Henry -J. Thomas, from London August 16, Las talmas 22nd. Ceo. Wills and Co., agents. Passengers ;+j-Mrs. Basley, Miss Harris, and 2 boys, in the cabin. Skptjsmber 28. Vaiaovu. steamer (Adelaide Steamship Com *ony), 1,677 tens, A. Nlcol, from Fremantie Sep. -tember 22. John Young, purser. Adelaide -Steam- ship Company, agente. Passengers— Mesdames ?Gawler, J. A. Hicks and infant, Bampton and two children, Husgrove, Flindell, J. Charles and two children, Misses May, Watson, and Flindell, Messrs., S. T. PolkinRhorne, A. Kessell, N. Wilson, Field, E. I\ Miller, Christian, sen., Christian, jun., Laurie, ? J&usgrove, Weber, \V. Thompson, A. Bryant, U. B. iJEateraoiC-H. T. StevenB,* \V. Kier, P. G. King, C. 'Wall, H. Phillips, D. Boss, G. Inglcton, Flint, C. Robinson, J. Charles, A. Smith, and Lyons in the ?cabin ; and 46 in the second cabin. Edith Alicb, ke...

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Needles. "Short, Sharp, Shiny." [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

[?] 'Short, Sharp, Shiny.' ' Mary, fetch my overcoat out of the hall and bring me an easy chair into the garden, I've just spotted my mother-in-law coming up? to the house, and when she rings you can tell her Pin out. I don't mind spending my even ing with Mars, but I bar my wife's. Wool booming again. Wine sale in London;; Diamonds: in the west. Large fire at Bombala. Viscount Parker is dead. Preparing for phylloxera. A new era in gold mining. Buy ' Beautiful Britain.' An animated wool market. Further rains in the north. Development at Kalgoorlie. A wail from New Australia. Laborers wanted at Kalgoorlie. M. Pasteur was 73 years of age. Good news from the Norseman. Anti-foreign movement in China. An advance in the wheat market. Bridge across the Danube opened. South Australian wine in London. Accidents at the Proprietary mine. The rebellion in Cuba progressing. Bidding animated at the wool sales. A reef stock at the Hit or Miss mine. Australian beef and rabbits in London. French dem...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

ROBINSOIir & GLEAVER'S (Grand Diploma of Honor— Highest Award for Irish Damask Table Linen, Edinburgh, 1890; Two Prize Medals, Paris, 1889, &c, &c.) jlife IRISH CAMBRIC POGKET HANDKERCHIEFS. ?^S^^^&-- ChUdren's Bordered .. 1/3'| pER /Telegraphic Address! RKMSTTTCiran /Sadies.. „ .. a/9 1. PER JPg||jgii» Gentlemen's* ': !! l/ii D°Z- * ' I&O&-Beltert.« J HEMSTITCHED ^Gentlemen's - 3/U- 6o2. IRISH LINEN COLLARS, CUFFS, AND SHIRTS. 'Their Irish Linen Collars, CuSs, Shirts, kc, have the merits of excellence and cheapness.'— Court Circular. I COLXiARS.— Ladies' 8-fo!d, from 3e. 6«L per dozen ; Gents' 4-fold, from 4s. lid. tier dozen. All fewest Shapes. I CUFFS.— For Ladies and Gentlemen, from 6a. lid. per dozen. Samples, post free. | - ?-'? ? :o: /''Theirgoods combine , IRISH DAMASI TABLE and HOUSE LINEN igsg ; v fame.'— The Queeiu OUR MATCHLESS SHIRTS, with 4-fold fine linen fronts and cuffs, and finest longcloth bodies, 35s. 6d. per half d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

:- .. -c ? Mild^in operation, perfectly ?tfe and free from injurious drugs. _, . ... ,,,,,, I ?k ^±\ '_-' ? It is not claimed that these I A*iy£p^ ?--'_' ?'-^-?- mJg of 100 YEAfiS for being yl ;-; W ^INDIGESTION BILEOUSNESS LIVER CQMPLAINTS^^^F T S1CKHEADAGHE DYSPEPSIA VSSTiSJgg m Jmffi% I SoM -n Bottle*. i/U. 2'0, mull 1/- ««*. by all lifdiant Ventort throughout the World. /&%&&'& t-? 4«f I Ask fop ' NORTON'S CAMOMILE PILLS,' and do not be persuaded to purchase an imitation, /&Yj&eFw -V -P^ ' Prepared by NORTON'S LIMITED, 31 SPITAL SQUABB, LONDON, E. ( Wholesale of nil leading houtts.) /ffl/^g'djr * «Jr J. S. BACSHAW& SONS { «fL ' FXOJSTEE K,' WO RE S A. n EL A.IT3B , ARE NOW DECEIVING ORDERS FOR COMING SEASON FOR THEIR 'Patent Champion' Winnowers. PRICES from £13 103. Will Last 25 Years with Ordinary Care. Never Beaten iu a Field Trial. Awarded First Prizes at every Show held in South Australia this Season. Our PATENT HORSE-P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

I . TO ALL WHO HAVE GARDENS. f W HE 'SPRAYETTE' |t ^ Is the Simplest, Handiest, and Leatit Expensive I #\ SPRAY PUMP * ^3? \i In the market, and for I I/); WASHING WINDOWS or VEHICLES ' ^ I \ and fl | Watering Gardens, Lawns, or Greenhouses [I I It has NO EQUAL. It is a good FIRE EXTINGUISHER. || Made both in Copper and Zinc. Vk The* 'Sprayettfts' can bo obtained from the principal Seedsmen V&/ Ironmongers, and Storekeepers, Wholesale from the Sole Makers % A. SIMPSON & SON, A GAWLER-PLACE. . \a&r 2S5uanx2S6Ac2 U GOLD MEDAL, HEALTH EXHIBITION, LONDON. ?' MOST PEliICBOI.T8,.]gUTRITEVE, AUTP WIGESTIBfcJE. : . EXTRACTS FROM PRIVATE LETTERS. ;? ' My l&st little boy was fed entirely upon it from binh, and a. healthier child it would be difficult to find. My wife sounds the praise of ' Banger's Food ' everywhere.' ' If every mother knrw of its value, no other would be used.' ., * Sold by all leading Chemists, &*c, everywhere. % I Agents— FAULDING &a...

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THE SHEARING SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

THE SHEARING SEASON. _ Poet Victoria, Y.P., October L— Shearing is now# in full swing throughout this district. The mission station has finished shearing at Wardong Island and commence this week at the head station. s Maitland, October L-rShearinpr begins next week, and the quality and quantity promises to be equal to the best of previous years..

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PLOUGHING MATCH AND SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

PLOUGHING MATCH AND SHOW. ; Gumebacha, September 28.— The Gume racha Agricultural Society held its annual ploughing match and Bhow of horse stock yes terday in a paddock kindly placed at the dis posal of the committee by Mr. BQlingsby. The work done by all in the matches was first class. Some of the champion ploughmen who had won two firsts in that class were not allowed to compete. ThiB brought out some who would not nave competed otherwise. In the first class there were six entries, and the judges had a most difficult task, but Mr. W. Jamieson eventually gained the first prize, with Mr. W. Footo a good second. The second and third class men also did remarkably good work The grdfihd was rather dry and crumbly, - and would not cut clean, thus hindering the ploughmen from packing it as well as they would have liked. In the boys' class Master D. Hanna was the only entrant. He well deserved the prize, the judges remarking that his work was quite equal to that in the second class. In th...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

MISCELLANEOUS. Burba, September 28.— The Hon. W. Haslam, M.L.C., delivered a lecture in the Institute Hall here last night on 'The Northern Territory ; its present position and possibilites.' Mr. R. M. Harvey (president of the Burra Institute) presided over a very good attendance. Mr. Haslam, who dealt with his subject in an able manner, compared the Territory to parts of Queensland. Splendid views of both countries were shown by Mr. J. E. F. Opie Lapidge by means of a powerful lantern. _ Bobea, October 1. — A petition is being signed by Beveral residents of World's End with a view to inducing the Government to remove the public school from its present position to a site to be selected lower down the World's End Creek. Burba, October 2. — An interesting lecture on mission work in China was delivered here last night by the Rev. E. J. Piper, of the Bible Christian Church. — A fancy fair and sale of gifts was opened in the Institute Hall this afternoon by the mayor (Dr. Brummitt) in ai...

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District Councils. ALDINGA. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

jjigttict Couitcik ALDINGA. . September 28.— Present-All. Tendere acceptea lamesWne. repairs, Mill ward, D. Hoban, Wj-anh, »nd A. Russell, 20 yards, at 2s. 8d. per yard. Works ordered— Kepairs to main road bridge near 32nd nnle -* port ; 4J chafes limestone, road, Korth ward. General parents, £7 Bs.lOd.pA; ' . September 28. — Present — Chairman, and Crs. Schuppan, Hentechke, Bahniscb, andHensel. Tenders accepted— No. 18, W. Blashek, Is. 2Jd. per chain ; 20, G. Heinrich, £3 ; 21, F. Eckert, S3. 10s. No- tenders for No. 19. From Crown Lands Office notifying pay ment ol £150 on account of main road grant. From E. Getting forwarding account for extras to foot bridge ; to be considered when work is completed. From Messrs. Farley accepting commonage on Block C X)h terms agreed. J. E. Hansen applied for grubbing at sec. 49, Bright ; deferred till next meeting. Day man to be employed destroying rabbits on Crown lands in Bright and Bundey. Receipts— General, £32 2s. 8d.; main roads, £150. Pa...

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