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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

Special Advertisements. QIODDAB D1 S . PORTFOLIO OF PHOTOGRAPHS. SERIES OF VIEW'S EACH WEEK on the same lines as BEAUTIFUL BEITAIN. .* COMPLETE in 16 PARTS, Each containing Sixteen.Photographic Views Selected from ?EUEOPE, ABU, AFRICA, AUSTRALIA, and AMERICA. / ? ? ? ? ? PART I. NOW ON 8ALE. It contains— Panorama of Paris Ann Hathaway's Cottage, 8tratford-on-Avon Ellen's Isle, Locb Katrine Blarney Castle, Ireland Panorama of Stockholm, ' Sweden ' Group of Lapps, Norway Heidelberg Castle, Ger . many Lucerne, Switzerland The Graben, Vienna ' The Dyiug Gaul,' Rome Statue of Columbus, Genoa Milan Cathedral Garden of Gethsemane Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Straw Cottages, Sala manca On Indian River, Florida. . PAET IL WILL BE ISSUED ON SATURDAY. CONTENTS— Boulevard De La Made line, Paris Westminster Abbey, Lon don fiackville-street, Dublin Casino, Monte Carlo, Italy Edinburgh and Scott's Monument - . Morth Cape, JNforwiy ? Frankfort, Germany fit. Gothavd Pass and Bridge, Switzerland The Vatica...

Publication Title: Chronicle
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WILLIAMSTOWN CUP. Melbourne. October 21. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

WILLIAMSTOWN CUP. Melbourne. October 21. The following entries have been received for the Wiiliarnstown Cup to be run on November WilliamEtown Ccr.— Happy Jack, Onward, Palo Alto, Laura, Erl King;.. Toreador, Lucid, Devon, Chesterman, lloyal Master, Te Wliiti, Waterfall, Galium Mohr, Mischief, Leadon, Oscillator, J5, New man, Duhaliow, Foxtail, Reconstruction, Lord Rich mond, Rewi, BroU'.crton, Trentside, Count Herbert, Solanuui, Taranaki, Hindoo, Preston, Music, Damper, Moss Hose, Oxide, Bruin.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

Special Adrcrtisements. THE LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR. With the present issue we publish a supple* ment containing a portrait of his Excellency the Lieutenant-Govcrnor and a sketch of hia very remarkable career. Easily Taken Up. Cod Liver Oil iti as it appears in /T§yNh/ Scott's Emulsion j 'flB|\ is easily taken up &*/ ,L f\ . by the system, ffi |T JJ*i_L| In no other form jb t T\ gff ' can so much fat- ?7]v* ^VVww food be assimi- Jt K —gV^gflr lated without in- JjStr^S^^. ? jury to the organs of digestion.1 Scott's Emulsion! of Cod Liver Oil with Hypo-, phosphites has come to be an article of every-day use, a prompt and infallible cure for Colds, Coughs, Throat troubles, and a 'positive builder of flesh, . gfiptt * Bowne. Ltd.. London. All Chemists. '_ fTKTlLL F0HM6, Is. each ; postage, Id. YT HIKE AGREEMENT FORMS, Cd. each, or 3s. 6cL per doz.; postage Id. each. BILL OF SALE FORMS, Ud. each', or 3s. Cd. per doz., postage, Id. each. The above forins can be obtained at the ? ADVER...

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THE PUBLICATION OF BETTING. Melbourne, October 23. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

THE PUBLICATION OF BETTING. Melbourne, October 23. The reports of the betting market which ap pear in Tlic Advertiser from to-day until the Melbourne Cup is run will bs Buppiied by the secretary of the Victorian Club, and the inno vation is one which backers of horses will have reason to appreciate. To publish a correct and thoroughly reliable record of the betting transactions, and the latest quotation on the approach of the important race meeting has always l.een a matter of extreme difficulty iui uu\ luutj reasons, iiiiu 01 iuxu yt'itis oustacies have become greater and more numerous. Pres9 reports generally have of necessity been compiled from information supplied by indi vidual members of the ring, and while every credit must be given to several leading nietaf licians for furnishing trustworthy reports of the business done it is unfortunately true beyond the possibility of contradiction that in some cases transactions which have never taken place have been reported to the press...

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POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. General Post-Office, October 26. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. General Post-Ofnce, October 26. Great Britain, &c., via Suez, per B.M.S. Oruba, October 80 ; letters, 9.16 a.m.; newspapers, 8.16 a.m.; late letters, 10.lSa.in. Via Marseilles, per l'olynesien, November 2, 10.16 a.m. Per Darmstadt, November 13, 9.16 a.m. Via Torres Straits, per express, Novem ber 6, 3 p.m. Via Son Francisco, November 21, 3 p.m. Africa,' overland to Mclbourne;:taence per Damas cus, November 6, 3 p.m. Honolulu and Vancouver's Island (including Ante, rica), overland to Sydney, thence per Miowera, November 15, 3 p.m. Victoria, New South Wales, Quensland, and Tasv mania (overland daily except Saturdays), 8.30 p.m.; late letters, 4 p.m. ' ' New Zealand, overland to Melbourne, October 29, 8.80 p.m. Auckland and Wellington, overland to Sydney,' November 4, S.30 p.m. West Australia, per K.U.S. Oruba, October 30, 9.1S a.in. . Per Rockton, this day, 1.46 p.m. -' - Esperance Bay, per Flinders, this day, 10.16 a.m. Newspapers and registered letters m...

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METEOROLOGICAL NOTES. Friday, October 25. GENERAL REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

METEOROLOGICAL NOTES. Friday, October 25. Gexxral Remarks. Indications point; to a change of weather hers before very long in connection with a-V shaped de pression which is now over the Bight and will pro bably give us fresh to strong winds, Equally weather, and tonic thunderstorms and rain. Over south-eastern Australia and Tasmania the weather has moderated and barometers have risen rapidly, the low between there and New Zealand having not? passed away to the eastward. Forecasts. rorecwb ui prooaoie wcauier irom rnuay azteraouu : . till Saturday nij;ht. Issued at 1.16 p.m. Over South Australia.— Fresh to strong northerly winds ; liot, dusty, and unpleasant weather. Change later setting in, with squally and rough weather over coastd districts as winds veer westerly. Probably some rain and scattered thunderstorms. Cuarles Tobd, Government Astronomer.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

TO CORRESPONDENTS. ' H. Lakgrkhr,' Queen's Own Town.— The names Oashman's and Menzics do not appear in the ' West Australia Postal Guide.' It is presumed, therefore, that there is no post-office at either. ' AiE.,' Bowden.— The -section of land now called Bowden was purchased from the Government by Messrs. Wright & Son. It was sold to Mr. James Hurtle Fisher (afterwards Sir James),' who laid it out as a township and named it Bowden, after his native village in Northampton, England, in 1838 or 1839. Bowden is port of the town of llindmarsli. imahjbum. — xne townsnip ewnas i,iuu it. above sea level, and is about two miles from tne station named, travelling by the shortest road. ' W.H.B.,' Sydney, who lately travelled in the dis trict, reports having seen a few miles from Overland Corner a dark-colored dingo with some pups, evi dently the result of mating with a domestic dog, and at the dingo becomes dangerous when crossed with the dog he thinks it well to warn neighboring sett...

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RUSSIA. RELIGIOUS PERSECUTIONS. A BRUTAL ONSLAUGHT. London. October 28. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

RUSSIA. RELIGIOUS PERSECUTIONS. A BRUTAL ONSLAUGHT. London. October 28. A letter appears in the London Times, written by Count Lyof Nikolaiviteh Tolstoi, the most eminent living Russian novelist. The letter -contains a vivid description of the religious persecutions practised by the Russian Government, who in the interests of the Grscco-Russian Church sent a body of spiritual combatants numbering 20,000 to the Caucasus in order to punish the dissenters. Upwards of 450 families, Count Tolstoi asserts, were rutiuessiy expenwi rroni uieir homes and hundreds of the unfortunate crea tures were taken prisoners. The utmost brutality was practised by the attacking force, the men being cruelly murdered and the women violated. The excuse given for the onslaught is that the reb'gious fanatics iu the Caucasus had re nounced their civil duties.

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A TERRIBLE EXPLOSION. A TRANSPORT WRECKED. 500 SOLDIERS DROWNED. London. October 22. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

A TERRIBLE EXPLOSION. A TRANSPORT WRECKED. 500 SOLDIERS DROWNED. London. October 22. A terrible explosion is reported to have taken place at Kinchau, a Chinese seaport in the province of Shing-King, on Thursday, October 17, upon a transport engaged in con veying troops Most of the naval and military officers on board the vessel were immediately killed, and at once everything was thrown into a_ state ot contusion. The steamer sank rapidly, and the soldiers who were crowded on her decks rushed the boats which the sailors were endeavoring to get out, the consequence being that 500 of them w,ere drowned. Many more clung to pieces of the wreckage, and they were floating about in the water for 17 hours before a rescue was effected. The latest intelligence is to the effect that 200 soldiers and sailors- are known to have been rescued; ?

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ANTWERP WOOL SALES. A GOOD ATTENDANCE. London. October 22. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

ANTWERP WOOL SALES. A GOOD ATTENDANCE. London. October 22. The Antwerp wool sales were opened to-day aud there was a good attendance of 'buyers, although there was no animation in the bids. There were 2,400 bales of River Plate' wool offered aud 1,600 bales were withdrawn. There was no change from the July rates in respect to ? the bulk of the wools, but a rise of from 5 to 10 centimes was noticeable in superior sorts.

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THE MARQUIS OF GRAHAM. VISITING AUSTRALIA. London. October 23. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

THE MARQUIS OF GRAHAM. VISITING AUSTRALIA. London. October 23. The Marquis of Graham, eldest son and heir of the JDuke of Montrose, who hoids his seat in the House of Lords by the title of Baron Graham, sailed for Australia by the Orient Company's steamship Orizaba, which left London on October 18. The Marquis of_ Graham is 17 years of age, having been born in 1878.

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COMMERCIAL NEWS. LONDON. October 17. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

COMMERCIAL NEWS. London, October 17. BRKADaTUFFS.— Adelaide wheat ex ware house is quoted at £1 7s. 6d. per 49G lb., being the same as a week ago. The market is firmer. Victorian wheat ex warehouse is quoted at £1 7s. tid. per 496 lb., the same as a week ago. The market is firm. New Zealand wheat, long-lurried, ex store, is unchanged at 263. Gd. per 496 lb. nominally. Australian flour, superfine, is 20s. Gd. per 280 lb. Business is steady. ' Metals.— Copper— For Chili bars the cash, price is £40 2s. Gd. per ton, being a fall of 6s. on last week's quotation. Tin — The cash quotation is £65 5s. per ton, a fail of £1. The quotation at three months is £65 17s. 6d. per ton, a fall of 176. Gd. Pig iron— For Glasgow warrants No. 1 the cash price is £2 7s. 6d. per ton, a rise of l^d. Frozen Meat. — New Zealand mutton (first quality) is worth 5£d. per lb.; second quality, 5£d. per lb. ; do. lamb (average), 5&d. per lb. Queensland beef, fores, 2|d. per lb. ; hinds, 3£d. per lb. Sydney...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

TO DARKEN GREY HAIR. Lockyer's Sulphur Hair Restorer, quickest, safest, best; restores the natural color. Lockyer's, the real English Hair Restorer. Large bottles Is, Cd.i everywhere.— [Advt.] tt83Hreociuiuxm2t

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SHIPPING. LONDON. October 17. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

SHIPPING. London. October 17. The. steamer Breoonsbire, 2,323 tons, of Glasgow, bound from Japan to Sydney^ iu ballast, .has gone ashore at Sapoedi Island, near Sourabaya. There is no danger. London, October 21. Arrived at London — From Lyttelton — Mamari, B.8., sailed September 1. The Northbrook, ship, 1,820 tonB, of Liver pool, Ixjund from Sydney to London, whica out into Callao on August 18 with damage to bulwarks and rigging, has come into collision with the barque Santa at that port, and has been cut down to the water's edge. It will be necessary to discharge the cargo in order to effect repairs. The Seiriol Wyn, barque, 1,065 tons, ' of Glasgow, which left Streaky Bay, South Aus tralia, on June 11 for Channel, has put into Cape Town for stores.

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AUSTRIA. LONDON. October 23. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

AUSTRIA. London. October 23. Count Badeni, who was recently sent for by the Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria to form a new administration upon the resigna tion of Baron Banffy, has aiincmnced the policy of the new Ministry in the Reichsrutb. The programme of the new administration includes a scheme for the establishment of a popular franchise, and a generally remedial poJicy which, it is asserted, will settle all national rivalries and will restore social peace to the Empire.

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ASHANTEE. THE BRITISH ULTIMATUM. PREPARATIONS FOR WAR. London, October 23. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

ASHANTEE. THE BRITISH ULTIMATUM. PREPARATIONS FOR WAR. London, October 23. Colonel Sir F. C. Scott, Inspector-General andjCommandant of the Gold Coast Colony, who was recently summoned to England to: confer with the Imperial Government as to the action uecessary to be takeu with respect to the native troubles in Ashantee, has had an interview with the War Office authorities with regard to the recent ultimatum issued by the British Government to the King of Coomassie. Colonel Scott affirms that in the event of an adverse answer being received to the British ultimatum demanding the recognition of a British protectorate over the country, and the appointment of a British resident at Coomassie, everything has been arranged so that an ex pedition at the Gold Coast will be ready to march within a week.

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THE FRENCH BUDGET. LONDON, October 22. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

THE FRENCH BUDGET. — ' ? 0 ? T^ondon. October 22. The French budget proposals embrace a scheme for the raising of a loan of 100,000,000 francs, to be expended in developing the trade with Tonquin and also in advancing money for the completion of the railway system. The Budget Committee have rejected the votes in favor of the new naval programme despite the pressure brought to bear upon them by M. Ribot, the Premier and Minister of Finance, and M. Besnard, Minister of War.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

ROWLANDS IDlClSSJiROlt Preserves, Strengthens, Beautifies the Hair, prevents baldness, eradicates scurf, and produces 'a luxuriant growth. Authorities all positively assert that oil ia absolutely necessary to nourish and preserve the hair ; therefore use Rowland's Macassar Oil ; also in a golden color tor fair-haired children and ladies. ROWLAND'S ODONTO A pure, fragrant, non-gritty tooth powder ; it whitens the teeth, prevents and arrests decay, strengthens the gums and sweetens the breath. Ask Druggists and Stores for Row-lakd's articles, of 20, Hatton Garden, London, England, and avoid cheap poisonous imita onB- xlCl:53c2 ' Is the most perfect Emollient Milk for £ , SOFTENING AND BEAUTIFYING, f THE SKIN L J EVER PRODUCED. I ' XtfceepithsSBiM Cool and Eeikeeued in the Hoxxut r Weathep. I ( Entirely removes and prevents all f { ROUGHNESS, REDNESS, SUNBURN, TAN, &C. f Anfi proems the THE 6KIN Iron the efforts ol I 4 exposure to the r i bttn, vtutd, oa eabd water, ► More oBco...

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CONTEXTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

CQNTEXT8. _ . . ' . AdvertUemente .. ..' .. 1,5,3,4,7,8,46,46,47,48 Keedles .. .. ? .. 4 X«w Courts .. ? ' .. 6 Mining Intelligence .. .. .... .. 5 Births; Marriages, and Deaths ? 8 Solar* and Lunar Calendar ? 8 To Correspondents ? 8 leaders.— The Public Finances — The Village Settlements .. ? 8-9 The Week ? 9 Correspondence .. .. ? 11 Telegraphic News ? 12—23 Country News .. ? 13-28 general News ? 14-23 Intercolonial .. .. ? 24 Toe' Parliament .-. ? 27 District Councils .. ? ? 28 Wit and Humor ? 29 The Turf .. ... .. .. .. .. ..29 Homing ? .. 31 Cricket ? 31 Football ? 32 Athletics ? 32 Shooting ? 32 Poetry .. .. ? 33 literature.— A Man's Privilege (Dora Russell) — When Greek Meets Greek (Joseph Hatton)— Mrs. Trogaskis (Mrs. Cainpbell-Praed)— A New Colonial Library ? 33-6 ladies' Column. — London Fashions and Friyoli ? ties— Queen Ranavalona— The Finger Nails— : Cleaning' Gloves— Patti's Blaze of Diamonds— ?Gossip— The House .. .. ? 36 Sunday Reading. — The Present Time— The Vanity...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. LANCERS' RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

RULE SHOOTING. LANCERS' RIFLE CLUB. The quarterly handicap prize meeting of the Ade laide Lancere' Rifle Club was fired at the Port ranges on Saturday, October 19. The day was not altogether suitable, the light being too bright, and a changeable wind was blowing. Conditions— 200, 500, and 600 yards ; seven shots at each. The following are the total scores : — Captain Dean, 83* ; Corporal Folland (hdep. 4), 71* ; Lieutenant Cook (hdep. 8), 72* ; Major Rowell, 71* ; Corporal Tunbridge (hdep. 3), 71* ; Sergeant-Major Row,ell, 70' ; Trooper J E. Franklin (hdep. 2), 63* ; Sergeant -Major Do Pagsey (hdep. 10), 03* ; Sergeant Pearson, 61 ; Trooper Owen (hdep. 16), 61 ; Trooper A. H. Smith (hdep. 8), 56 ; Sergeaut-Major Cook, 55 ; Trooper Squires (hdep. 6), 53 ; Trooper Cooper (hdep. 10), 50 : Trooper Percy (hdep. 12), 48; Trooper H. S. Franklin (hdep. 8), 44 ; Trumpeter Walkley (hdep. 16), 33. * Prize-winners. The following are the winners of the range prizes : — 200 yards, 1, Captain Dean...

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