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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

In Pans there are 200 Roman Catholic - school^ with 76,000 papils. In the whole of France there ace 1,200 monasteries and con vents, containing 30,000 monks and 130.000 nuns, of whom 4,000 are cloistered.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

OF PURE VEGETABLE INGREDIENTS AND FREE PfcOM MERCURY, The Safest and Best Family Aperient. In uso everywhere eve:' Ninety year Fo? Live:' Complaint, Bile, Indigestion, Heartburn, Aoidity, and Sick Hoadache. Tho Oldest and Best Family Medicine. In use amanqst all Classes. CAN BE OBTAINED THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. In Boxes at is. ijd., 2s. o,d., 4s, 6d., us., 22s. 4, Gt. Ormond St., London, W.C. Iflil|l|f DR. ROBERTS' OINTMENT, CALLED THE |7|f|l POOR ftiAK'S FRIEND, & HIS ALTERATIVE PILLS. § %9 AyJa Will cure Wounds of every Description, [RPwffiwfe Burns, Bruises, Scorbutic Eruptions, & Skin Diseases. f WW?Mll V^ 01 ^ C!iemi8ts» BEACH and BARMCOTT, Ltd., Bridport, Dorset, England. aBBMaJaaaaaag Price, Is. lid., 2s. 9d., 11s., and 22b. each. ,,. ? CUKES ? Indigestion, Sleeplessness, Loss of Strength and Appetite, and Nervous Disorders. The following1 letter from Mrs. S. Gash, of Sent Town, So. Australia, whose portrait is given above, is additional testimony to the remarkab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

MOID OPPORTUNIIY DUBING THI^ WEEK. ARE OFFERING . . FOR SALE WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELLERY, SILVERPLATE, AND SPECTACLES, AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. _ ? ;o: ? ?? ? HJiis is a Golden Opportunity tiiat no one ? Visiting Adelaide &hoidd- Miss, The Newest and Choicest Assortment in Adelaide of ENGAGEMENT RINGS, DRESS RINGS, WEDDING RINGS and KEEPERS, BROOCHES, BANGLES, WATCHES, CLOCKS, CRUETS, &c., &c, &c. We receive regularly Shipments of the Newest and most Beautiful Goods, ?which, with those of our own manufacture, make one of the Largest and Most Varied Stocks in Adelaide. PRICE-LIST. LADIES' ENGAGEMENT and DRESS RINGS, 5s., 10a. 6d., 12s. Gd., 15s., 20s., 30s., 42s 50s., 60s., 80s., 100s., £-3 (5s., £7 7s., £8 8a., £9 9s., £10 10s., up to £100. 18-ct WEDDING RINGS and KEEPERS, 8s. 6d., 18s.. 21s., 30s., and 42s. each. Our Wedding Rings and Keepers are admitted to be tha best value in Adolaida For quality ; and finish they cannot be surpassed. Each Ring l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

^, v Drapery and Clothing. ' . , ? - , -.?**??' . ? \OLOTHiNa/ Hew season's . SHIPMENTS TWEED SUITS, BERLIN SUITS, ETON SUITS, and every requisite {or SCHOOL AND COLLEGE WEAR. SHIERLAW & CO., H I N D L E Y-S TBEBT. 103vrecx42o ?J.T. FITCH, THE CORNER. GREAT SHOW OP New Goods FOR SPRING AND SUMMER, INCLUDING BLACK and CREAM LUSTRE3 BLACK and GOLD CREPONS COEDED and SHOT SILKS BEAD and FANCY TINSEL TRIMMINGS FANCY WHITE MUSLINS BLACK BEAD TBIMMING3 STRIPED and PLAIN COTTON CREPONS FANCY and STRIPED CAMBRICS ' NAVY GROUND PRINTS BOYLE'S PRINTS, Light and Dark Ground BLACK LACE MANTLES NEW SHIRT BLODSES NEW CREPON BLOUSES SHOT SILK SUNSHADES NEW STYLES in CHILDREN'S MUSLIN PINA FORES NEW SHAPES in UNTRIMMED HATS STEEL SPRAYS, JET SPRAYS MILLINERY and FANCY RIBBONS LADIES' and CHILDREN'S SUMMER HOSIERY KID and FABRIC GLOVES BOYS', YOUTHS', and MEN'S CLOTHING COATING, TWEEDS, SERGES, FANCY VEST INGS, &c BOOT DEPARTMENT. ? A Full Assortment of NEW SHAPES and SHADES in all C...

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THE LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

THE LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR The most distinguished citizen cf South Australia is his Excellency the Hon. Samuel James Way, D.C.L., Lieutenant Governor and Chief Justice of the pro vince, in which he has now spent more than forty years of his useful life. Except that he was not actually born on tins side of the world, ftir. way is man respects a true Australian, and his career is such as to fill his fellow-colonists with pride and to form an example in every way worthy of emulation. It is an integral part of the Con stitution of the United States of America that every natural born subject -of that great Republic is capable of attain ing to the Presidential chair. In the first Napoleon's army it was the boast of every i soldier that a marshal's baton might lie j in his knapsack. Mr. Way's advance- i ment is a proof that equally wide possi- j bilities exist in respect to every Aus- : tralian. Beyond giving him a good solid - education, excellent moral training, and an example of unblemishe...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LARGE FIRE IN NEW ZEALAND. Auckland, October 21. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

ZAEGS FIRE IN NEW ZEALAND. Auckland. October 2L A fire at Hastings, Hawke's Bay, last night, lestroyed a large part of the town. The shops -coupied by Mr. Ilidgway. clothier; Mr. Blyth, draper ; Mr. Eccles. chemist ; and Mr. rye, tailor; and two other buildings were jurni down. The fire started in a small shop jelongmg to Mr. Home, bootmaker. The otal insurances amount to £3,800, and are listributed among several colonial, English, fcwi foreign offices. ' ? ? ' . ' ' ? ' ? ' ?''«-'- 1* -? ' '.

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DEATH OF AN AUSTRALIAN AUTHORESS. Hobart, October 21. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

DEATH OF AN AUSTRALIAN AUTHORESS. Hobart. October 2L Mrs. Louisa Anne Meredith died in Mel bourne-to-day at the age of 83 years. She had a large circle of friends and was weU known as an Australian authoress and artist. At a meeting of the Royal Society to-night the Hon. J. W. Agnew, vice-president of the society, made special reference to the deceased lady, and paid » high compliment to her works. and at an early age wrote verses and practised art with success. She came out to Tasmania with her husband (Mr. Charles Meredith) in 1839, and has since published works for young people, others descriptive of Australian scenery, and others of fiction. In recognition of her life of scientific, artistic, and literary work in* the colony Mrs. Meredith was long ago elected an honorary member of the Tas manian Royal Society, and was granted by the Government a pension of £100 a year.

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TEE SHEARING TROUBLE. Sydney, October 21. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

THE SHEARING TROUBLE. Svdnev. October 21. Some complaints are coming from the Riverina of rowdy conduct on the part of shearers at Morven station. A strike has occurred, and the owner has applied for police protection. At Annandale station the un employed shearers and rouscabouts seized pos session of the shearers' shed and helped them selves to food. They have been dispersed by the police.

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MR. WRAGGE DISAPPOINTED. Hobart, October 21. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

MR. WRAGGE DISAPPOINTED. Hobart. October 21. Mr. Clement Wragge, writing officially to the Royal Society, confesses his disappoint ment at the Tasmanian Government declining to provide funds for the maintenance of the meteorological service in the colony. He con siders it deplorable in the public interest that the present efficient service should not be main tained, and commends the department to the special care of the Royal Society.

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Football. BAROSSA AND LIGHT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

JxrrrtbaXL BAROSSA AND LIGHT ASSOCIATION. A full delegates' meeting of the Barossa and Light Association was held at Schluters Hotel, Greenock, on Wednesday, October 16, closing the 1805 season. The balance-sheet was read and. adopted, showing a credit balance of £3 3s. Id. A .hearty vote of thanks was accorded to the, chairman (Mr. A. Schluter), who held that position with just impartiality throughout the - season. At the close of the meeting Mr. F. U. tticbardson (the secretary and treasurer) was pre sented with a guinea from the association in recogni tion of his services for the past season. The following table gives the respective positions of Hie teams : — . Two points for a win; ouc point for drawn game; two points for a forfeiture. ? Teams. § | g£ I =iiSlVs 1 **?* I sjfHsi ifjvpunda .. .. 7 C — 2 1 — 16 Kapunda North ..8 4 — 1 4 — 10 Angaston .. ..832—318 Oreenook .. .. 7 — j -2—522 Kapunda, 1G points out of possible IS points; Eapunda North, 10 do. do. ; Angaston, 8 do. do ...

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VICTORIAN MATCHES. Melbourne, October 20. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

VICTORIAN MATCHES. Melbourne. October 20. The matches played by the Victorian asso ciated clubs on Saturday resulted as fol lows :— South Melbourne v. East Melbourne— South Melbourne, first innings, 194; East Melbourne, first innings, three for 25L . Melbourne v. Richmond— Richmond, firsfc innings, 126 : Melbourne, first innings, seven for439. North Melbourne v. Carlton-^-North Mel; bourne, first innings, 233; second. innings, a6 wickets for 24 y Carl ton, first innings, 142. : St. Kilda v. University— University, flraji | innings, 203; St, Kilda, first innings, eix'Tot j **? .??-?.-. ,/..-£, ??:_, avk ?? -,...:, ,Botdertown v. Nalang.— Naiung, 12 tod ,03 ; Burns 10, Miles 11 not out ; walker six for 20. BorderCown, 47 j EeJd 13, Pry 12 ; PoUock five lor 4 ; Marshall five lor 6, Pontif ex five f or 14. Lobethal v. Murdook's Hill.— Murdock's Bill. 68 ; 0. Grimm 26 n.o.,T. Teakle 12. Lobethal, five for 143 ; W. Hutchings72. 0. Herbert28, J. Green 18 no., A. S. Mines IS ; bowling— Lobe...

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OPENING OF THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

OPENING OF THE SEASON. [By Onlooker.] The cricket season opened on Saturday afternoon, and if the attendance ou Ihe Adelaide Oval can be taken as any criterion, considerable interest will be taken even in club contests thia year. There was a fair sprinkling of people in all the pavilions ; but unfortunately the cricket was not so interest ing as it might have been. During the after noon some little excitement was caused amongst the ' full members' by the election of twu ifcutxuxcu iaj icprc^'UL mem uu um Association committee. There wcro three candidates, and shortly before 5 o'clock Mr. Cresswell announced that the voting had resulted thus :— J. N. Hines, 96 ; J. Marshall, 83 r T. R. Bright, 28. Altogether 114 members recorded their votes and there were 22 plumpers. Of this number 41 r. Hines secured 20 and the other candidates one each. The Norwoods and Hindmarsh met on the southern wicket, and it was generally ex pected that this would be a good match. Checkett had prepared a goo...

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WOLEE'S SCHNAPPS [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS _ Insures complete and easy digestion of the food, and the' assimilation of its nutritious principles by the system, . '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

A BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION. Apply Sulpholine Lotion. 'It drives away pimples, blotches, roughness, redness, and aU disfigurements. Sulpholine develops » lovely skin. le. bottles. Made in London.— Advt. Pl32weoc£aiuxfl32o ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S B 41 FILLS is warranted to cure all . discharges from the tmnary Organs in either sex (acquired or constitutional), Gravel, and Fains in the Bock. Guaranteed free from Mercury. Sold in boxes, 4s. (3d. each, by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors. Sole Proprietors, The Lincoln and MiBLAKD Commas DfiDa Co., Lincoln, England; xfOc eaa43BUau-aiM fro'1 the effects of Boyith FeUw dUaOrSPS A'ervou* Debility, Lou of Man hood, ice fiend stamped addressed envelope and I trill forward you full particulars ct my own case— ho w I suffered for years— tried almost every so-called remedy »nd specialist, and when all h»d failed— hou J oeeidtnUMy joutvi « tvrt, Addr«w Harold a Bell (LP.0,, Melbourne. fi82331xrS36;387

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Homing. PORT PIRIE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

Doming. PORT PIEIE CLUB. The champion race for the season was flown on October 12 from North Adelaide-station. The weather was very unfavorable, the wind blowing a Btrong northerly gale all day, being- against the 11 birds stalled. Kesults: — Thos. Brown's re c liismark, 1 ; Kendall & Shaw's r c h Liltle Nell, ; H. W. Wilkins's be h Lorraine, 3 ; Kendall & Shaw's rch Banshee, 4 ; H. W. Wilkins's m h Bernie, 5. The other Bis birds arrived after the disqualifying time. GLEN OSMOND CLUB. The ninth race of the season was down on Saturday, from Farrell'6 Flat. Kesults :— Mr. J. Binnie's r c c Just in Time ... „ . . 1 Mr. W. Murray's r c c Archie .. „ .. ,.2 Mr. \V. Murray's b c Victor .. .. ., ..8 Mr. J. Dunstan's r c c Strathmore .. „ .. i GLANV.'LLE CLUB. The Olanville club race was flown from Stockport, 3S miles, on Saturday, October 12. Very bad day for homing Results :— Mr. A. Plnll pe's Grand Flaneur .. „ . . 1 Mr. E. Mason's Paul Jones ..' .. .. ..2 Mr. McAUau's Ma...

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TEE TILLAGE SETTLEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

THE VILLAGE SETTLEMENTS. The account appearing in our news columns of the quest for information by the Assembly Select Committee on the village settlements will be found of great interest. In view of the proposed amen ded legislation the enquiry was desirable, and the facts elicited will be of value in AnaVllincr t.ha TTmico fj-fc malm tin it-a liiinrl on the questions raisid by the Ministerial Bill. The visitors saw, as others have done, satisfactory evidence of the industry of the village settlers along the Murray bank, although, as might have been ex pected under the circumstances, mistakes have been made, and in some cases there has been misdirected labor. Mr. C. F. Chaffey, the . manager for Chaffey Brothers at Renmark, is strongly of opinion that the settlers would be benefited by receiving regular in struction from experts, but they appear unwilling to be brought too much under Government patron age. At the same time, if further advances are made it is important that care sho...

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GLENISLA KILLED. Melbourne, October 22. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

GLENISLA KILLED. Melbourne, October 22. The well-known jumper Glenisla broke his neck at Flemington this morning. He was owned by Mr. G. Russell, M.L.A., whom he had carried over all kinds of big jumps.

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The Chronicle. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1895. THE PUBLIC FINANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1895. THE PVBLIG FINANCES. In commenting at the beginning of the present month on the approximate revenue returns for the September quarter we ''remarked that the figures showed the financial year 1895-6 to have opened, on the whole, favorably. The Gazette of October 24 contains the revised Treasury statement of receipts as well as particulars of expenditure, and the full returns for the three months bear out the original conclusion from revenue alone,, although on both sides of the account there are important qualifying points to be noted. The following gives a comparison of the financial operations , in the September quarters of three years: — .^art? Avenue, 'g^ Defi°iency. £ £ £ 1893 ? 550,285 622.657 72,372 1894 ? 614,678 620,649 105,971 1895 ? 528,924 577,151 48,227 From the above it will be seen that the first three months of 1895-6 exhibit better results than the opening period in either of the two preceding financial years. There was, as compared with t...

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AUSTRALIAN TROTTING ASSOCIATION. Melbourne. October 23. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

AUSTRALIAN TROTTING ASSOCIA TION. Melbourne, October 23. The Australian Trotting Association held a meeting at Moonee Valley this afternoon. There was a poor attendance. The results were : — Thhee Minutes' Trot, two miles. — Rose- bud, 1; Florrie, 2-; Leo, 3. Time, 2 min. 50 sec. ? Class Trot. — Venus, 1 ; Florrie, 2 ; Actress, 3. Fourteen Hands and Under Pont Trot. — Sunflower, 1 ; Shanty, 2 ; Little Jack, 3. Association Ccp, two miles.— Lilly, 1; Mysrery, 2 ; Comet, 3. Tradesman's Trot.— Elsie, 1; King Billy, 2 ; Crazy Jane, 3.

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