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THREE ADDITIONAL CASES DISCOVERED. Sydney. October 23. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895
THREE ADDITIONAL CASES DISCOVERED. Sydaev. October 23. On an examination being made of the persons quarantined from the R.M.S. Cuzco to-day, three additional cases of undoubted smallpox were discovered amongst the crew, the persons affected being an engineer, a trimmer, and a fireman. This, with the two cases previously discovered, make five cases of undoubted smallpox brought to Australia by the Cuzco. The three infected men were at once sent to the quaran uau uospiuii. JLt w;ia lurmtsr iounn that three other men showed traces of a recent attack of smalliwx, but as the disease with them had gone past the infectious stage they were not placed in the hospital. The health authorities here think it probable that the outbreak began in the engineers' room, aud that the infection was caught at London. It has transpired, so the members of the Board of Health state, that no muster of pas sengers and crew was held at Albany, nor again at Adelaide, so that detection at either of these places ...
THE WESTERN GOLDFIELDS. KALGOORLIE MINES. Kalgoorlie, October 17, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895
THE WESTERN GOLD FIELDS. KALGOORLIE MINES. Kalffoorlie, October 17, 9 a.m. The return from the Great Boulde* tor tne past fortnight was 357 tons, yielding 1,753 oz. The return from Ivanhoe for past fortnight Was 126 oz. from 96 tonst-re. Mr. Alexander Forrest and party are leav ing for I.O.U. to-day. They intend to return by way of Broad Arrow and Bardoc. A lot of leases are being taken up at Hannan's Lake, gold in good quantities having been found in the wellB there. j.ne water iauune is causing mo gireuwjo* anxiety. ? . Kalgoorlie, October 17, noon. At a meeting of shareholders in Hayes Block Reefing Company Messrs. Janeczek and Brookman, who inspected the property, gave an encouraging report. The leases adjoin the Hit or Miss property. It was decided to register the company under the No Liability Act. There is a water famine here owing to the in efficiency of the pumping machinery at the bore. There are not enough condensers to do the work. Pumping machinery has been dis patched ...
INSURRECTION AT TIMOR. Port Darwin. October 22. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895
INSURRECTION AT TIMOR. Port Darwin. October 22. The steamer Darwin, which arrived from the East on Monday, brought news that an insurrection has broken out in Timor Delli amongst the native population. The insurgents totally defeated the Portuguese troops. ' Tnreo postal agents were killed aud the Government Secretary, who fled to Bator Gedeh, fell into the hands of the rebels and was brutally murdered by them. ±5ator Gedeh is entirely devastated. Many of the inhabitants, assisted hy tha native chief, Orang Djeuillo, have escaped into Dutch terri tory, Atapo Poe. The Governor of Delli with a small force is away in the interior and is powerless to quell the rebellion. Troops have been telegraphed for from Macao.
THE SOUTHERN ISLANDS. A SHIP WRECKED. Auckland. October 20. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895
THE SOUTHERN ISLANDS. A SHIP WRECKED. ,. Auckland. October 20. The steamer Hinemoa has arrived here from her periodical trip to tho Southern Islands. She visited the depots on the islands and found tho stock in splendid order. At Auckland Island it was discovered that a largo and ap parently new iron ship had been wrecked on the rooks. The sparse rigging, decking, and fittintrs were those of a biK vessel. There was also strewn on the rocks an abundance of Aus tralian wool, evidently cargo. Nothing was seen to iudicate the name of the ship, and all hands seem to have been lost, as there was no trace of human beings, though a close search was made. mm-mm—-^——mmmm^m^.^
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895
MISCELLANEOUS. REMARK, October 15. — The apricot crop is showing well. One orchard' alone, belonging to Drew Brothers, is estimated to yield 40 tons of fresh fruit. The grasshopper pest has again made its appearance, but no harm has yet happened to crops, as the insects have not left the uncultivated area on the flats nearer the river at Nelworl; and on Ral Ral Creek. Riverton. October 18. — The Riverton butter factory, after being shut down during tbe winter, was opened on Monday last. On the following clay Mr. Suckling sold the fac tory to Mr. Walsh, who intended building another factory here. Mr. Walsh is already making improvements, and intends erecting a refrigerator as soon as possible. He takes charge on Monday nest. A fair support has been given to Mr. Suckling by the milk sup pliers, and the miantity is increasing daily. — Mr. Mitchell, of Jamestown, a director of the South Australian Farmers' Co-operative Union lectured in tho Institute on_Monday last. Mr. J. Cooper presid...
VALEDICTORY GATHERINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895
VALEDICTORY GATHERINGS. Wadnaminga, October 22. — A farewell social to Captain Slephenson, who is leaving for West Australia, was held at Taylor's Hotel on Saturday night last Mr. S. D. Davie occupied the chair. After the loyal toasts, and a duet by Messrs. Caterer and Harper, the chairman proposed 'The health of the guest,' and referred to the difficulties he hod had to contend against during his management of the mines here. Dr. Shanna han and Mr. J. Copley supported the chair man's remarlcs. Captain Stephenson suitably replied, and stated that Messrs. G. Yeats and A. Wauchope would be his successors at the Milo and Virginia mines respectively. Songs were rendered by Messrs. Harper, Caterer, Overton, and others. Mr. O. P. Caterer pre sided at the piano. Okboroo, October 23. —On Saturday evening a farewell social was tendered to Mr. Frank Moody, of Messrs. J. Moody & Son, at the Commercial Hotel, who has left Orroroo to conduct a branch business of the firm in Ade laide. Ab...
The Turf. RACES TO COME. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895
-£J/ll-V ^u/'UA' -w RACES TO COME. OCTORBB. 26.— Moonee Valley Racing Club (Cup Meeting).— Handicaps, October 21 ; acceptances, October 24. November. 2, B, 7, 9.— Victoria Eacing Club (Spring Meeting). — First . forfeit, Maribyrnong Plate, October . 1 ; second forfeit, October 31. Handicaps, Melbourne Cup, June 24 ; first forfeit, August 6 ; second forfeit, October 29. C— Moonta Races. Nominations, October 2. il.— Gawler Jockey Club. Nominations, October 16 ; weights, October £2 ; acceptances, October 29. 11.— Maitland Jockey Club. Nominations, Octobers. Decembbe. 26.— Port AdelaWe Racing Club. 2C— Torke's Peninsula Racing Club. 28.— Adelaide Racing Club (Anniversary meeting). JiNUARr, 1896. 1. — S.A.J.C. Summer meeting. February. 1. — A.R.C. Summer meeting. March. IT.— Port Adelaide Racing Club. Aprh.. 6.— Onkaparinga Racing Club. 6.— Yorke'g Peninsula Racing Club. 11.-S.A. Tattersall'e. Mat. 2, 6, and 9. — S.A.J.C. Autumn meeting. 23, 25, and SO.— A.R.C. Birthday mectins. June. 6 ...
Wit and Humor. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895
Mxt nrib JDmmrr, The. Wife— 'It must be bedtime,' The Husband — 'Hardly. The baby hasn't woke up yet.' Agent — 'Is your new house a Queen Anne ?' Owner — 'Yes ; Queen Anne in front and Mary Anne at the back.'' Uncle — 'I hear you take dancing lessons ; how do you like waltzing f Nephew — 'Oh, very much. But the lady iB always in my way.' Conductor—' How old are you, little girl ?' Little girl — 'If the company doesn't object I prefer to pay my fare and keep my own statistics.' Sharne — ' Buncom is a self-made man, isn't hef Flatte— 'Yes; what made you think bo ?' Sharpe— ' He seems to bo bo well satis fied with the job.' 'Papa,' said a boy, 'I know what makes people laugh in their sleeve.' ' Wei], my son, what makes them?' '''Cause that's where their funny-bone is.' 'Hero, waiter, take away these oysters. They are bad.' 'I know, sir: but we have given you two more oysters than you called for to make up for it. McChinn (having borrowed ten shillings) — 'Oh, thank you ! Words cannot r...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895
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District Councils. ALDINGA. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895
3i0trtct Councils. ALDINGA, October 19.— Present— All, butCr, SIcEae. Tenders accepted — Repairs to bridge near 32nd niilcpost, A. Ellbourn, £.b 7s. (id.; 2 chains limestone road near Maslin's, North ward, Jno. McKcuzie, £2 10s. per chain ; 2 chains limestone road near U. PcngiUy's, North wara, J. J. -Eopers, £.2 1G& per chain. Pay meuls— Main roads, £.29 48. 3d. ; genera), £21 (is. ANGAS. October 14.— Present— All but Crs. Pietech and Blcngcit. From Korth Rhine Council requesting this couucil to ehare in cost of grubbing boundary road near \V. Farcy's ; to be comjilied with. Assessment confirmed and a rate of 9d. in the pound adopted. Clerk to obtain legal advice as to recovering charges for stock alleged to have been wrongfully impounded by Uie ranger of the North Khine district. Payments — General, £18 13s. 2d.; main roads, £35 10s. BOOYOOLIE. October 12.— Prescat— AU but O. Heath. Mr. O. Slattery, on behalf of his father, coinylaiiied that ranger had impounded his horses...
SUICIDE OF A NOBLEMAN. THE MARQUIS OF WATERFORD. London, October 24. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895
SUICIDE OF A NOBLEMAN. THE MARQUIS OF WATERFORD. ? London, October 24. The death is announced at the age of 51 of John Henry De-la-Poer-Berresford, Marquis of Waterford. The deceased nobleman is stated to have committed suicide, having ehot himself with a revolver. The Suffering entailed by a long illness is alleged to be the cause of the rash act. John Henry De-la-Pqer-Berrosford, eldest son of the fourth Marquis of Waterford, -was bora in London in 1844, and succeeded his father in 1868. He was educated at Eton, and became a cornet in the 1st Life Guards in 1862, was lieutenant in 1866, captain in 1869, and retired 1869. He was M.P. for the county of Waterford from July, 1865, to November, 1866, and was appointed lord-lieutenant of the county in September 1874, and was master of the buokhounds from June, 1885, to February, 1886. His, son, Henry De-la-Poer, Earl of Tyronne, is heir to the title.
ARMENIA. FIFTY YOUNG TURKS EXECUTED. London, October 24. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895
ARMENIA. FIFTY YOUNG TURKS EXECUTED. London, October 24. It is reported that the convention between the Sultan of Turkey and the Powers does not provide for .any Bpecial control over Armenia. The Sultan has named the three members of the committee to be appointed by the Turkish Government, and the British, French, and Russian embassies have expressed themselves The Constantinople correspondent of the London Standard states that there is a feeling in ' that city that the whole question will ehortiy have, to be reopened. Fifty members of the young Turkish party have been executed, having been found guilty of) being concerned in a plot enticing the mill-' tary to revolt
THE DEWHURST PLATE. WON BY ST. FRUSQUIN. London, October 23. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895
THE DEWHURST PLATE. WON BY ST. FRUSQUIN. London, October 23. The Dewhurst Plate, of £300, added to a sweepstakes of £25 each, £15 forfeit, for two year-olds, wa3 run at the-Newmarket Hough ton meeting to-day. The distance was Beven furlongs, and the list closed on October 30, 1894, with 76 subscriptiona The result was:— Mr. Leopold: de Rothschild's br c St. Frus quin, by St Simon— Isabel ? 1 Mi-. R. G. Heaton's e Knight of the Thistle, by Highland Chief —Barcelona ? 2 The Duke'^of Westminster's b f Helm, by Morion — Quetta ? 3
TROUBLES IN TURKEY. A RISING AT ALEPPO. A SUSPICIOUS SULTAN. London. October 24. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895
TROUBLES DT TURKEY. A -RISING AT ALEPPO. A SUSPICIOUS SULTAN. London. October 24. Christian risings against the tyranny of. the Turkish administration are said to be immi nent at Aleppo, a Syrian, town near the Medi terranean sea coast, about 195 miles northnorth east of Damascus, and at Adana, wnich is also situated close to the Mediterranean. The Sultan has interned his brothers, Aienemmea itesaaa rinenoa vueir-presninp&ve to the throne) and Mehemmed Murad Effendi (who was deposed from the Sultanate in 1876) in the Yildia Palace, as h& fears that otherwise they will take a leading part in fomenting dynastic troubles.