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LUNAR AND SOLAR CALENDAR—NOVEMBER. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

MJNAE AND SOLAE CALENDAR— NOVEMBER . ? - . ? Piuses or tub Moon. . ?? - ? - rail Moon ? 3rd day, Oh. 19m. a,m. lAktOuarter .. .. .. 10th day, 8h. 7tn. a.m. - JfewMoon ? nth day, 2h. 12m. a.m. gittt Quarter .. .. . . 24th day,.4h. 19m. p.m. ? n.~ iw- Sun Bun Moon Moon Days. Dat*. rises Mt& rigeB ^^ a.ni. p.m. p.m. a.m. IViday .. .. 1 4.46 6.18 6.5 8.88 BKhtrday .. 2 4-45 6.14 6.6. 4.8 Sunday.. .. 3 4.44 6.16 7.0 4.33 Vonday .. 4 4.48 6.16 8.14 6.8 Tuesday .. fi 4.42 6.17: 0.17 6.60' Wednesday .. 6 4.41 6.18 10.17 6.42 aanireday .. 7 4.40 6.10 11.10 7.41 Mday.. .. 8 4.40 6.20 11.27 8.47 Saturday .. 0 4.89. 6.21 11766 9.67 annday.. .. 10 4.38 6.22 a.m. 34 11.7 Monday -.. 11 4.87 6.23 1.7 p.m.18 Tuesday .. 12 4.37 6.24 1.36 1.27 Wttinesday .. .18 4.86 6.26 2.6 2.86 Thursday .. 14 4.86 6.26 2.85 8.47 ?Friday.. ,. 16 4.34 6.27 8.6. 4.69 Saturday .. 10 4.34 6.28 3.40 6.11 Sunday.. .. 17 4.88 6.29 4.20 . 7.24 Monday .. 18 4.32 6.30 6.8 8.31 Tuesday .. 10 4.32 6.31 6.2 0.30 Wednesday...

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Selected Poetry. THREESCORE AND TEN. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

[?] : THREESCORE AND Tffl. Who reach their threescore years and ten, As I have mine, without a sigh, Are either more or less than men — Not such am I. I am not of them ; life to me Has been a strange, bewildered dream, Wherein I knew not things that be From things that seem. I thought, I hoped, I knew one thing And had one gift, when I was young — The impulse and the power to sing, And sol sung. To have a place in the Trigrb. choir Of poets and deserve the same-^ What more could mortal man desire Than poet's fame ? I sought it long, but never found The choir so full was and so strong The jubilant voices there, they drowned My simple song. Men would not hear me then, and now I care not, I accept my fate. When white hairs thatch the furrowed brow Crowns come too late ! The best of life went long ego From me — it was not much at best ; Only the love that young hearts know, The dear unrest. Eack on my past, through gathering tears, Once more I cast my eyes, and see Bright shapes that in...

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LAWN TENNIS NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

LAWN TENNIS NOTES. I By Racket. 1 ' This afternoon sees the finish of the first round of matches, the contestants being Semaphore v. College Park and University v. Parkside. The former game will be played at the seaside, whilst the latter will be fought out on the Adelaide Oval courts. College Park and the University should provo the victors. The first meeting between the University and Glen 'Osmond clubs this season took place on the courts of the latter at Glen Osmond, on Saturday last, and resulted after a very long and exciting match in lavvr Ul tuu UlUIJb uy iu bCLS IU u, Him Ol games iai i ^* Baker and Campbell being unable to play the 'Varsity were represented by Hone and Cudmore, Ayers and Kalcomb, while the local club played A. II. and R. G. Bowen, Murray and Searle. The weather was a trifle warm for tennis, aud the balls got up so much that it was almost impossible to make card off the ground strokes, and players had to resort to a good deal of tossing. The play shown in t...

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Commercial. WEEKLY EPITOME. The Chronicle Offices, Friday evening, October 25. GENERAL MERCHANDISE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

(Eommtxtinl v-,^ WEEKLY EPITOME. The Chronicle Offices, Friday evening, October 25. General Merchandise. The import markets during the past week ijftVe been a little more active, but business generally is dull, and there yet remains room Kr improvement ; the eame difficulty exists in waring parcels, and buyers are very anxious Sot to overstock. The dry weather of the pagt fortnight is largely responsible for this, am would we fail to get rain during the next ten €toys or so trade must suffer. West Australian business is good, and large tfdors are being received by each mad. fjhigara are now selling more ireeiy, %nd the company's lines are all in strong re quest. Queensland have been coming down in % Digger lota, and sales have been made at satia V'' factory, prices. Yellows and rations are also K' fielling in fair-sized parcels. Dutch crushed h' arid tablet sugars are dull, and only retail I-- ? .-. sales are being made. Teas have sold a little wS ' ' more freely, and the market for...

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LAWN TENNIS. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

LA WN TENNIS. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION. Glen Osmond v. University.— A. H. and R. G. Bowen (G.O.) beat Hone aud Cudmorc (U.), 4—0, 6—5, 0—4 ; and Ayers and Halcomb (U.), 0—2, 4—0, 6 — 1 ; Scaile and Murray (G.O.) lost to Ayers and Halcomb, 6—5, 5—6, 5—6 ; and beat Hone and Cud more, 8—0, 0—5, 0—3. R. G. Bowen beat Houe, 6—0 ; Murray beat Ayers, 6—4 ; Searle beat. Cudmore, 6—4 ; A. H. Bowen lost to Halcpmb, 0—0. Totals Glen Osmond, 10 sets SI games ; University, C sets 72 games. Parkudc v. Semaphore.— Scott and Angel (P.) beat Lang and J. Allnutt(S.), 6—1, 2—0, 0—5, and Carter and Farquhar (S.), 0—3, C— 5 ; Spiller and Haucorne (P.) beat Carter and Farquhar, 6—3, 0—3, and lost to Lang and Allnutt, 2—6, 3—6 ; Angel lost to Lang-, 5— G; Scott beat Carter, 0—5; Spiller beat Allnutt, 6—1 ; ilancorne beat Karquhar, (i— 5. Totals— Park-' side, 9 sete, 0G eames : Semaphore, 4 seie, 55 games. ADELAIDE ASSOCIATION. Glenside v. Y.M.C.A.— J. G. Frost and II. Jones (G.) beat C. Greayer and Hi...

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Shooting. INTERCOLONIAL PARLIAMENTARY RIFLE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

cShaotmg, INTERCOLONIAL PARLIAMEN TARY RIFLE MATCH. Particulars of the scores of the Parlia mentary representatives of Queensland and Victoria are to hand, and South Australia wins the match again with 531 points, Victoria coming second with 50G, and Queensland third with 4S3. Queensland had not the services of the Hon. W. Apliti, who was. their top Bcorer iasi year. _ne Victorians nrea a week Jatcr than the South Australian team. All the Victorian representatives were from the Lower House, as were all but Colonel Thyune in the Queensland team. The South Australian team had three representatives from the Council and four from the Assembly. The top score in the match, 85, was made by Mr. Bowser, of Victoria, Hon. Colonel Thynne, of Queensland, being second with SL, Appended are detailed scores : — Conditions— 800, 500, and 600 yards ; seven shots at esch range. South Australia ? .. .. 631 VICTORIA. Yards.— 300. 600. 600. TO. Mr. Bowser .. ... ..28 29 28 85 Hon. Mr. Williams . . . . 2...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

WrnTTm!! IVY ATrYT7TIIT3fr|TQ1ir'T-*©- AY \J IlvJu x\J jcxJL/ y Jh£\t JL Xq iLiiXOe ? . ' °- .'.'- ' ?'.-??.. ' -.. '-j. PREPAID AOVERT.SEMENT& — — ? ' . o — -i _ ........ From this date the following rates tmll be charged for Advertisements in the South Atjkfealiajs Chronicle :— . : a 3 4 6 6 7 or 8porlO 11 12 Ldaes. Lines. Liuee. tdnee. Linee. Lmee. Lines. T.Wjl Xnaoh ? '''- '? '~~' ? ' ? ' — :? ? '-? -- d. fc d, &d.8.d.8.d£s. d.£ a. d. £ b. d.fi a 4. One Insertion .., ... 10162030360 4 60500£( 6^0 .6 f Two Insertions .... ... 20 30 40 60 7 00 900 10 0 01100120 Three Insertions ? 2 8 4 0 5 5 8 1.9 6 012 2 013 6 0 14 10 6 16 » Four Insertiona .... ... 3 6 5 S 7 0 10 6 13 S 0 16 9 0 17 6 0 IS 3 1 1 ? Five Insertions ? 4 4 6 7 8 9 13 3 15 5 0 19 8 1 1 11 J. 4 1 1 6 3' Six Insertions ? 5 0 7 8 10 2 15 4 17 10 1 3 0 16 6 1 8 1 110 t ? '? ? 0 ? - . . . ?'„.:-. RemitUmce must in all cases accompany Order or Advertisement cannot be inserted, : Oironide Offices, Adelaide, N...

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GOLF. GLENELG CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

GOLF. ?- GLENELG CLUB. ? The last competition for the Fowler trophy was played on Saturday, October 19, and the result was that Mr. George Milne with a net score of 95 (a new winner) came to the fore. As five different members have each won once, viz., Messrs. Charles Irwin, F. R. Baker, H. Swift, E. Phillipson, and George Milne, they will play off on the third Saturday in November. The following are the scores of Saturday's match :— Gross. Hep. Net. Geo. Milne . . „ ., ... 122 27 06 H. Swift ? .. ..101 owe 4 105 Chas. Irwin .. ? Ill B 100 E. Phillipson ? 117 10 107 J. R. Baker ? 112 2 110 M. G. Anderson ? 119 7 112 J. B. Matthews ? 126 0 120 F. C. Singleton ? 103 30 133 On the third Saturday in November the two ladies who tied for the trophy presented by Mr. George Milne will play.

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CALLS AND DIVIDENDS. CALLS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

CALLS AND DIVIDENDS CALLa Jun» £ ?. d. 12— Premier (let).. .... . 0 0 8 12 Croesus (4th) ? ' 0 0 « 12-Eart Mexican (Wto .. .. ' o 0 8 12— Fortune of Wars (8th) .. - 'Oat 12— BtdcMtle (13th) ? .- * -,. .. * o 0 1 12— Central Coolgardie (8th) ? 0 10 0 12— Cooma (8th) ? .. o 10 0 12— Londonderry Cohiols (1st) .. ..001 12— Londonderry South Extended (1st) .. 0 0 1 12— Thornett'i Lady lily (4 th) .. ..001 12— Co»«roves (8rd) ? 0 0 0 12— Uill End Amalgamated (Srd) .. ..008 12-HU1 End United (10th) .. .. .. 0 0 S 12— Perry's Gold (lltb) ? 1 10 0 lS-ltcxfcanaiUi) ? 0 0 1 12— Golden Bar (4th) ? .0 0 0 12— Johnson's lU-ef(8rd) ? 0 0 0 12— Delegate Sluicing (12tb) .. .. ..002 12-Faith Gold (let) ? 10 0 12— Queen of the Lake (2nd) ? 0 0 6 12-CUrk'i Beet (Oth) ? 0 0 8 July 1 -Red Crow (syndicate) (2nd) .. ..060 10— Ooomft(Bth) ? 0 6 0 10-Faith (2nd) .. .. ? 10 0 10-NewKeedy Creek a*th) ? 0 0 8 10— Trenton (at) .. ., .. ..006 10— Lux(lrt) ? 0 10 10— Premier (2nd) .. ? 000 10— Perry'i(mh) ? 1 10 0...

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

Jtthktic*. BASEBALL. OPENING OF THE SEASON. Baseball commenced its : eighth season on Saturday under favorable conditions. Between 400 and 500 people saw the opening games on the racecourse, conspicuous among the visitors being Mr. A. A. Zimmerman, Mr. L. P. I/awrence (president of the league), and Mr. Coney beer, M.P. Mrs. Zimmerman also graced the gathering with her presence, a number of the fair sex also being on the grouud. The crack record-breaker and his vnie appeared to take considerable interest m the ? games ana remained watching the play - for some time. As an old base ball ;. player Mr. Zimmerman required no coaching in the points, as he had probably forgotten more than most of our local players ever know, though he makes no claim to consideration as a ball tossor. ?NORWOOD V. BOUTH ADELAIDE. The Norwoods having considerably altered and strengthened their team entered the field on Saturday against the Souths with hopes of starting the ? season 'with 'a win. ' The game was...

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BULLION RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

BULLION RETURNS. Stab of the East (Sebastopol).— Crushed for a fortnight, 1,365 tons for 801 oz. 18 dwfc. 18gr. Iyashoe Gold Mine (Kalgoorlie), October 19. — Crushed 96 tons, obtained: 120 oz. smelted gold. New Reedt Creek Gold Mine.— Twelve days of eight hours run— Ore treated, 180 tons ; smelted gold, 25 oz. IB dwt. Fbaser's South Gold Mnre.— The mine manager reports having crushed 404 tons, yielding 173 oz. of gold ; good quality. Bakeb's Cheek Gold Mine, October 18.— Fortnight's crushing— 561 tons crushed for 632 oz. retort gold ; 393 tons Smith's, 168 tons Big reef. Broken Hill Block 14, October 17.— Ore treated, 101 tons carbonate, 340 tons sulphide, producing 169 tons bullion containing 11,250 oz. silver, including purchased ora Brokev Hiu Central Mine, October 17.— One furnace ran, treating 204 tons of ore, pro ducing 102 £ tons of bullion, containing 1,320 oz. of silver, averaging C-47 oz. of silver to the ton and 50-24 per cent, of lead. Eleanoha Gold and Antimony Mine. — ...

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Mining Intelligence MINING ON THE ONKAPARINGA. Mylor. October 21. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

JRxning Intelligence MINING O2T THE5 ONKAPARINGA. Mylor, October 2L On-Satnrday Messrs. Bell and his two sons journeyed home with a pickle bottle contain ing 14 oz. of gold fresh from the Warrakilla claim.. Most of the gold was beautifully crystallised and of a filamentous nature.. The shoot where this gold was obtained is still spreading to the right and left of the enlarged crosscut, though a block of country has pinched it out on the top of their drive. Their Trv^WLU^O CW.V1 U\S*r AAl ULOb*VUU» UlUDij VUCU rails, some 300 ft., are laid and their trucks are working -well, their main shaft has penetrated their crosscut, and they have at their junction squared a plat or chamber, so that they can how sink, if desirable, till further orders. Mr. Hoskins, the manager of the Warrakilla South, lias got his mine in ship-Bharje order. His drive has already penetrated the hill some 115 ft. ; the country formation is slate, -and numerous leaders have been cut, but as yet with the exception o...

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CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

CYCLING NOTES. [By Spokesman.] Mr. Virgo has forwarded the programme of the grand athletic carnival which is to be held under the auspices of the Y.M.C.A. on the Jubilee Exhibition Oval on November 9. The carnival is. under the patronage of his Excellency Sir Tliomas Fowell Buxton, his Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor, 8ir E. T. Smith, K.C.il.G., the board of management cf the Adelaide Y.M.C.A., the S.A Cricketing Asso ciation, S.A. Football Association, S.A. Cyclists' Association, S.A. Lacrosse Association, S.A. Lawn TAni%ta icgAAiniinn G A Rn culm 11 T .Aamia Jhrt Thn programme is an admirable one. and has been con ceived to hit the taste of lovers of all sorts of athletics. The South Australian Baseball League has postponed all matches so that members may take part, and the Cosmopolitan Cricketing Association have. done, the same thing. What concerns.n'ie more of course is the portion giving particulars of the cycling events, and the bike contests are— Three-mile bicycle race, ...

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MANAGERS' REPORTS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

MANAGERS' REPORTS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Virginia, October 7. — Main underlay sunk further 1 ft.;. total, 482 ft. from, opening. Lode shows 15. in. of ore, mostly quartz. Water strong: ; country hard blue rock. Quartz shows a little pyrites,' New Milo. October 7.—' Main shaft— 320 ft. east drive extended 0 ft; total, 70 ft The lode is im proving, and now Ehows galena and a little iron. Should get tiie cross comae in 9 or 10 ft. more driving. The intermediate level at 150 ft extended 6 ft.; total, 8 ft, lode 02 in. Have 12 men stopinsr in the Milo Extended lease and breaking fair ore. In Great Eastern Block underlay sunk 8 ft. ; total, 23 ft. The lode shows 7 in. of fair looking ore, in which free gold is seen in breaking. The west drive from old shaft has been extended 11 ft. ; total, 81 ft. The lode is 9 in. thick, nice gold seen in breaking. Stopes over this drive show an average of 8 in. of good looking ore, showing free gold.' New Reedy Cbkek.— Fortnight :— Works, which are chiefly c...

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CYCLING. THE ZIMMEBMAN RECEPTION MEETING. [By SPOKESMAN.] [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

CYCLING. THE ZIMMEBMAN EECEPTION MEETING. [By Spokesman.] The acceptances for .the Zimmerman Reception meeting, to be held on the Jubilee Exhibition Grounds to-day, are excellent, and everything augurs well for a great day's sport. Over £200 are offered in prizes, and the champion of the world will compete in all the principal events. The cracks of the other colonies will also take part, and it remains to be seen whether with the handicaps given Uieni they fifth conaner Ihc pTPn.ta.st, wheelman of fcho a-ro. HALF-MILE CHAMPIONSHIP OF AUSTRALIA. On Mouday afternoon a half-mile test race was run en the A.delaidc.Oval to decide who is to represent this colony in the half-mile championship of Australia, to be held in Sydney next mouth. Only three riders faced the starter— a dire reflection on the absence of . scratch men in South Australia, and the race was of a - tame description.- At the word of command, Bulk and Courtney got away together, . while Vcrgsirom . was somewhat slow in sho...

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

MISCELLANEOUS. The manager of the Red Cross mine, Sandy Creek, Victoria, wired on October 22: — 'Struck splendid gold, very rich, 6 ft. from surface, western reef.' The manager of Casaidy's Hill mine wired on October 21 : — ' Driven across Hannan's big lode further 20 ft. ; total width, 64 ft.' Our Burra correspondent reports on October 23 : — Further information is to hand in refe rence to toe opening up or tne gold claim ol the Burra syndicate at Paratoo. At 50 ft. the lode has increased in width to over 3 ft. with good samples of the precious metal showing. Sinking iB being rapidly proceeded with. The mine manager of Fraser's South gold mine, Southern Cross, wired on October 23 :— ' Have struck very rich ore at bottom of shaft Entirely new lode.' The secretary of Block 45 G.M. Company (Hannan's) has received the following telegram from Mi. E. Eades, mine manager dated Kal goorlie, October 23 : — We have struck Brown Hill lode. The surface indications of the lode good ; gone 8 ft....

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Intercolonial. THE DEAN CASE. CHARGE AGAINST MRS. REYNOLDS. Sydney, October 18. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

Intercolonial THE DEAN CASE. CHARGE AGAINST MRS. REY NOLDS. Sydney. October 18. The woman against whom a criminal sum mons for perjury in connection with the Dean case was issued proves to bo Mrs. Jane Reynolds, who at the time of the sitting of the Dean Royal Com mission kept a public-house in_ Riley -street. She gave considerable evidence before the Commission, the substance of which was that a woman, whom she identified as Mrs. Dean, came to her public-house one morning in a some'vvhat disordered condition, having spent the night at Madam Rose's, and had a bottle of l)eer. The summons for perjury accuses Reynolds of wilfully and falsely swearing that evidence. The report of Mr. Hamlet, the Government analyst, on soot, &c, takeu from Dean's house, has been published. Mr. Hamlet details _ the result of his analyses of the chimney soot aud flue refuse. The soot from the stove showed nearly eight graius of arsenic per lb. of soot, while one of the samples from the stove conta...

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A SENSATIONAL TRAGEDY. MRS. ADYE COMMITS SUICIDE. Sydney. October 23. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

A SENSATIONAL T1UGEDY. MRS. ADYE COMMITS SUICIDE. Sydney. October 23. Another melancholy development in the Dean case was reported to-day. Early this morning the dead body of Mrs. Adye, who gave evidence in favor of Dean before the Royal Commission, was found in a well, down which the unfortunate woman had thrown herself. Mrs. Adye was a we]l-respocted resident of North Shore, being the wife of a news agent. She was a woman or a uigniy - strung nervous temperament and had been severely troubled by the latest phases of the. groat criminal case, and tho fear of again^acing a court of law as a witness seems to have completely unhinged her mind.. At the Royal Commission Mrs. Adye gave considerable evidence, which to a great extent traversed the statement made by Mrs. Deau as to the acts of alleged poisoning. For instance, Mrs. Adye's evidence on the cup of tea which Mrs. Dean stated she had put aside because it had a peculiar bitter taste was looked upon by Mr. rilcher, the counsel for ...

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SMALLPOX ON THE CUZCO. Melbourne, October 18. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

SMALLPOX ON THE CUZCO. Melbourne, October 18. The health authorities yesterday received a communication from the health officer at Ade laide to the ? effect that a suspicious case of sickness had manifested itself on board the Orient Company's R.M.S. Cuzco, but that he believed it to be one of variola or chickenpox. The vessel arrived in the bay early this morn ing, and was boarded by Dr. McLean, who was not satisuea tnat tne case was one ot variola. Dr. Howard, the health officer ati Willianistown, was called in, and after a consultation it was decided that the case was one of smallpox in a very advanced state. Tho chairman of tho Central Boatd of Health, on receipt o£ this decision, immediately ordered the Cuzco into quarantine at Queeuscliff, with stringent orders with regard to the complete isolation oi the vessel. The Sydney authorities have been notified of the occurrence. The patient is believed to be one of the engineers.

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A SECOND CASE. Melbourne, October 21. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

A SECOND CASE. Melbourne, October 21. The passengers by the R.M.S. Cuzco who were landed at the quarantine-station are being made as comfortable as possible. Before the Cuzco left for Sydney Dr. Howard dis covered a second case of smallpox on board, the patient being a fireman. He advised the captain to isolate him. The other patient, Anderson, also left by the steamer. Three passengers who came overland from Adelaide have been traced aud are being kept under observation. A young lady passenger who had arranged to be married on Wednesday will not be released. Dr. Gresswell lias expressed his willingness to allow the bridegroom to go into quarantine and have the ceremony performed there.

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