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THE CAMBRIDGESHIRE. WON BY MARCO. London, October 23. 7.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

THE CAMBRIDGESHIRE. WON BY MARCO. , - ?: Londok. -October 28. 7.30 p.m. . TbataBawiaftm the remit: of the rnnniar fixr the .OambndgeBbffe Stakes, of .25 save. e^lftft^.T««il0a8a^adAed;anaiaaso.va. for ititesecamip third to savo his stake. Run on the I$ew Cambridgeshire wmise; one mile 240(vBrds. Closed with. 116 subs. Mh-IL LoBeombe's ch e Marcty 3 yra-» by BarcaldtBe-Nbvitiate, 7 st. ft^lb,. ... 1 Me -Wiffine Johnston's b h Best Man, £5 .. yiSi, by Ormonde— Melton, Ssfc. „. ... 2 Colonel iioyd'ach c Count SchombMjr, by Aughrim— don&v&m, 3 yrfc,. 6 at. 51b. .... . 3 Fads was scratched owing to the death, of the Marquis of Waterford, but he has been entered tor the Liverpool Autumn Cujyona mile three, furkrags, to be rah on Friday, Novembers* — — ?— — — — — ^

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REBELLION AT GOA. London, October 23. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

REBELLION AT GOA. Londom. October 23. 'The mutineers at Goa hold the Governor as a hostage, and they are continuing their work wrecking churches and plundering store*.

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FIRE AT BROKEN HILL OUTBREAK IN BLOCK 10 MINE. Broken Hill. October 21. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

FIRE AT BROKEN HILL OUTBREAK IN BLOCK 10 MINE. - ? ~ — Broken Hill. October 21. On July 21 a fire broke out in Block 11 of the Broken Hill Proprietary mine. After nearly three months' constant effort to ex tinguish it the mine officials last week came to the conclusion that they had accomplished the task, and' they ceased forcing carbonic acid gas and steam down the workings, which was the method adopted to suppress the flames. To-day,- however, the fire demon is found to be still at- work in his subterranean retreat. .tii-A:i uavtug ? apparently exuauarou uib efforts in Block 11, he has crept into the adjoining mine, Block 10. For days past the men working in Kelly's shaft on Block 10 have been aware of the presence of a fire in the locality, for frequent whiffs of gas. probably generated by the fire, have rendered their position at times extremely unpleasant. Yesterday the trouble increased, and last night a man had to be carried out of the work ings. The mine officials were on th...

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COLLISION IN SYDNEY HARBOR. Sydney. October 20. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

COLLISION IN SYDNEY HARBOR. Sydney, October 20. A shipping accident, fortunately not attended with any loss of life, but still occa sioning severe damage to property, occurred in Sydney Harbor to-day, when the ship Alameda and the steamer lndrani came into collision. The Alameda is an American timber ship, which arrived here on Saturday with a cargo of timber from Puget Sound. She brought up at Watson's Bav. and havine been examined by the health officers and granted pratique she raised her anghors at 6 this morning, and in tow of the tug Neivborough proceeded up the harbor. She had scarcely started when the lndrani, wool laden and outward bound for Dunkirk and Ham burg, crashed into her side. The ship was cut down to below the water's edge on her port side, the planks being started almost to her keel. ? She at once . became waterlogged, and but for her timber cargo would have undoubtedly sunk/ The lndrani, which is a steel steamer, did not suffer so much from the collision, but her...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WRECK OF THE G.V.H. FURTHER PARTICULARS. Melbourne, October 22. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

THE WRECK OP THE G.V.H. FURTHER PARTICULARS. Melbourne, October 22. News by the mail from the Straits in refe rence to the wreck of the ketch G.V.H. on Barren Island shows that the little craft left Launceston on October 3, with the threo pas sengers previously mentioned, the master, and one deck hand, carrying provisions and mails for settlers on the different islands. Owingtobad weather the vessel, only got as far as Water house Island, where she remained till Sunday, October 13. Then accompanied by the^cutters Shamrock and Thorn a start was made to reach the SfVaits. As it was blowing hard the cutters decided to run under Preservation Island for shelter. The G.V.H. kept on her journey and reached Westend Cape, Barren Island,' at about 5 p.m. It is supposed that here she missed stays and being close in shore struck Bung's ,reef: Next morning a young half-caste when pulling in a dingey to the fishing schooner Charlotte Fen wick noticed the figurehead ol the G.V.H. floating in the p...

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LOSS OF A KETCH. FIVE PERSONS DROWNED. Launceston. October 18. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

LOSS OF A KETCH. FIVE PERSONS DROWNED. Lannceston. October 18, -.. The ketch G.V.H. was wrecked off Barren Island in the straits on Sunday, and all on board perished. Captain Mulligan, and Mrs. Ferguson, Miss Garrett, Mr. Newitfc (passen gers), and Oscar Ackland, sailor, were drowned. The bodies and the mails have since been recovered. Bad weather in the straits has prevented an earlier report of the disaster. iud ftcwu wan a reguiuL w uuvi wj buo uuauuq of the straits, and was regarded as a smart vessel^ She was of 14 tons register. Mrs. Ferguson was the wife of Mr. W. H. Fer guson,' J.P., of Flinders Island. She wasaged about 30, and was returning from- a holiday trip to Tasmania. Miss Garrett was lier sister. Mr. Newitt was a farmer of the Devonport district. He had a large family and was on a business trip to the island. The vessel aud cargo were uninsured. The ketch Florence Maud proceeds to the scene of the disaster. The G.v.H. left Launceston on Friday, October 4, and later r...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWCASTLE COAL TRADE. Sydney. October 18. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

NEWCASTLE COAL TRADE. Svdnev. October 18. Grave trouble is again imminent in the New castle coal trade owing to a notice of a further reduction by Messrs J. & A. Brown, of the Minmi collieries. If the reduction is accepted by the men, or is enforced upon them, there is very little doubt that a general reduction in the hewing rate will soon follow and such reduction would be strenuously resisted. ^A.u ui\.ovut uilt uvit li*K A.t*v\j la tJtJt ys\j*. uwu) wuva a miner working 11 days a 'fortnight just about earns a living wage, and the average of work is not more than five days a fortnight, so that even under the present ra£e the coal towns are afflicted with pitiable destitution and poverty. If a further inroad is made upon the wage rates it is difficult to see what the miners can do. The proprietors of the collieries, however, assert that in order to get trade they must eell cheap and to sell cheap they must fine down the wage rate. The Plattburg Municipal Council has sum mon...

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SCARCITY OF WATER. Coolgardie. October 23. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

SCARCITY OF WATER. Cooljrardip. October 23. It is rumored here that the Boulder and Lake View battery will be hung up directly, owing to the water for crushing becoming very muddy and scarce. The fact has not been disguised for some time that the supply in the lake is limited, and the management uow ex perience a difficulty in keeping the stampers going. The present supply in the main shaft will not keen five head a-oincr. The miners in the Great Boulder are becoming dissatisfied. They held a meeting on Sunday with the object of demanding water for domestic use, as the price of water is now bo high that their wages are materially reduced. At Hannan's water is very scarce, and quan tities are being brought in from White Feather. Frequently the hotel cannot 'supply anything but raw whisky, not even beer, and no tea is provided at meals. People are rush ing into Coolgardie, where water is plentif uL The people at Hannan's are execrating the Go vernment and praying for a big thunderstor...

Publication Title: Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE BANK OF NEW ZEALAND. PURCHASE OF THE COLONIAL BANK Wellington. October 18. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

THE BANK OF NEW ZEALAND. PURCHASE OF THE COLONIAL BANK. Wellintrton. October 18. The agreement for the purchase of the Colonial Bank by the Bank of New Zealand was laid on the table of both Houses of Parlia ment to-day. The purchasing bank takes over all the business of the selling bank except the uncalled capital, reserve, liability, and certain assets and debts amounting to £102,000. The purchase-money is £461,211. From this is re tained by the purchasing bank the sum of £327,305 pending realisation or the adjustment of the accounts of the selling bank. A sum of £133,1)06 is to be paid on the agreement being ratified by the shareholders and approved by Parliament. The transfer of the business will take place on the second Monday after the ratification of the agreement.

Publication Title: Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

SPORTING NOTES. [Ev ll*-Ton.] The Derby candidate Auraria took her de parture for Melbourne on Monday morning, in charge of Tom Hill and a boy. She arrived in the afternoon at Serviceton, where she was taken out of her box and exercised and after wards stabled for the night. At G a. m. next day she resumes her journey to Melbourne, arriv ing at her quarters, the Racecourse Hotel, «lami«frfnn +1-/-* no rtt O cirntiinr* tilt a ti'fi n -i v- splendid fettle when she left, and up to the present has done all that has been asked of her, so that if ehe should fail to puil off the honors of the Blue Riband or to score in the Cup her eex will be the only excuse for her. John Hill, her trainer, who left by the express on Mon day afternoon to make arrangements for her reception, is very hopeful of success, as is also her owner, Mr. David James. Amongst the latest foalings Mr. D. James's mare Sunnj'dale, by Gang Forward — Sun- ninj^dala, has thrown a colt foal to Clonard. The totalizator fracti...

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ANOTHER DISCOVERY. Kalgoorlie. October 19. 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

ANOTHER DISCOVERY. Kalcoorlie. October 19. 1 ro.m. Howard Goodrich and party have made an important discovery at Evilgress, near Lake Carey, 60 miles south-east of Niagara. No sensational specimens have been shown, butit is stated that an outcrop fora dis tance of 80 yards shows gold. Even loose stones on the surface gleam with the metal. Fifty pounds of stone have been conveyed to P.Anlrfovvlifl nnr? art ocean tnnna nr a fxtarta f\r picked stone resulted in nearly -i0 oz. fine and 5 oz. of coarse gold. The prospectors have pegged 70 acres. ' The difficulty is the want of water. Mr. D. F. Nelson, late of the Customs De partment in Adelaide, leaves Kalgoorlie for Adelaide on Sunday. He takes over several properties for flotation. One of five blocks near Mount Gertrude, on the Queen Margaret line, has been reported on favorably by Captain Fowler. He also has properties on the Hannan's line of reef. Mr. Nelson, who is in partnership with Mr. Carmichael, intends to remain in Adelaide. T...

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LECTURE FOR MEN ONLY. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

LECTURE FOR MEN ONLY. Everybody knows that not to trouble to answer letters iB the surest way of acquiring the reputation of a busy man; that not to accept invitations is an infallible way of getting more ; that not to care a jot about the feel ings of the rest of the household is an unfailing means of enforcing universal deference; that not to spend a single shilling is robbing one s self ofr the treat of smoking eight lovely Fros eard's Cavour Cigars; that to buy others is generally paying more for a lower aiticlo ; that a milder, less injurious, and more fragrant weed has never been imported; that to re member this js putting money in one's pocket at the end of the year and safeguarding one's health at the same time.

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BAMBOO CREEK MINES. Perth. October 18. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

BAMBOO CREEK MINES. Perth. October 18. The latest crushiugs ab Bamboo Creek are : — Princess May, seven tons for 48 oz., and nine tons for 40 oz. Bamboo Queen, 130 tons for 235 oz. The Yellow Aster at Touranna has struck rich stone, which is stated to be worth 10 oz. to the ton. Coolgardie, October 20. The Golden Bar mine resumes crushing on Mondav. An imuroved method of saving gold is now to be employed and hopes are entertained of a far better result being obtained. Tindall's South crushed 9 tons for 18 oz. The stone was obtained from a shaft close to Tindall'b boundary. The result is taken as proving that gold was lost in the last crushing. At Tindali's mine there is a great ecarcity of mechanics and tradesmen of all kind. Carpenters are asking £1 -per day, and materials also have gone up in price. Dealers are asking £40 per ton for galvanized iron.

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NEW FIND NEAR HANNAN'S. Kalgoorlie. October 18. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

NEW FIND NEAR HANNAN'S. Kalpoorlie. October 18. A new find is reported 10 miles from Hannan's and a large party are leaving to in spect the ground. Messrs. Braidwood and party have had over £3,000 purchase-money paid them for the Lone Chance mine, at LO.U. An assay of stone from this property went 5 oz.,to the ton. Messrs. Brimage and Fraaer. of Fraser's South mine, have opened five 20-acre lease' two miles south of the Boulder. Five hundred acres have been pegged out in this locality, owing to the good payable gold which is being found in the water shaft in close proximity. Messrs. Lovell & Co.'s premises were blown down yesterday.

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GAWLER RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

GAWLER RACES. ?'. The following handicaps for the race meeting to be held at Gawler, November 11, have been /declared by Mr. Henry Hughes, bandi '; -tapper:— BAXIHCAr HURDLE RACE. About one and three-quarter miles. etlb. 6t.lb. Father Confessor . . 10 12 Oipsy Queen ..92 ;Ensgn .. ..10 10 Boquet .. .,9 2 :Ea George . . . . 10 0 Molly Bawn ..90 liGiMintBoy ,. 10 0 Sailor .» ... 9 0 ££e Speaker !. 5- 7 9TAKST0X RAXDIOAP. Five furlongs. '. WkbcSet .. .. f. 9 2 Anriaise .. ... 7 6 3Fta*!fcolt .. ? -. 8 13 Geftnairie .. ..7 0 BunujMa Jj . ,. 8 5 Clytemnestra .. 6 13 Xfigjutftfe ft .i8 8 Sunset .. .. 6 12 itafffifal? .- t. 7 10 1 Anglo .. ..6 7 ?tOat... ? .. ..7 8 FLTn»G IIAKDI0AP. . . ?. Six furlongs. : jfaatalar .„ . 4«. 9 0 Kingbolt ... «. 7 2 ISaS/Solfe .i ? li- 8 10 Angloise J' ..7 a SsceeHMi;' A ? f. 8 9 Geonairie :. .. .'. 6 12 ICuxnaMa ji . li 8 2 ClytemneBtra .. 0 11 ZBnntitf, li \. 8 0 QuiaibO t. .. 6 11 --Koscda:o u A 7 7 Sunset ,-i ,-. 0 10 -BiKw... Jj. ij 7 6 Glenfby f, ? {.....

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LATE EDITION Latest News. GENERAL CABLE NEWS. London, October 23. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

r&AflH EDITION Latest News. [BT 8UBHABISE CABLR,]1 rPVim onr own Cortespondfint.1 London, October 23. Admiral CdverriDe, of the French* navy, has been put under arrest for publicly censuring the action of the Government in agreeing to the reductions in the Naval Estimates made by the Budget Committee of the Chamber of Deputies. Mr; Eoberh Cunninghanv tbo Australian tenor, who waa recently associated with, the jUJty-juarBn woucert vuwpuuj', um ».-^jv«— ~v. the Carl Rosa. Opera Company. Mt Cun ningham, was previously a member of the MeL bourne.Lledertafel, iand proceeded to England some years ago on the advice of Mr. it. H. Gowen, leader of the orchestra of the Mel bourne Centennial Exhibition.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

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CYANIDE WORKS AT PETERSBURG. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

CYANIDE WORKS AT PETERSBURG. TO THE EDITOR. Sir— I see tliat a deputation waited on the Hon. P. P. Gillen, Commissioner of Crown Lands, recently with a petition signed by a large number of persons, including residents in Waukaringa district, asking that a cyanide plant might be erected at Petersburg, it being the most central railway-station on the Northern lino for the north-eastern goldfields. xms latter assumption m ™iiu»iji w iuuii. uom me deal first with the petition so far as Wauka ringa is concerned. The residents there who own property and have made it their home for years say they never heard of the petition, and if they had they cotld not eign it. Then there is a Mr. Butcher, who approached the Commissioner as a resident representing the residents of that town. I have bved in Waukaringa for the last seven years, and there is no person hereof that name. This person had no authority to repre sent Waukaringa in any way whatever. As far as the statements of the deputation went...

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DRY CREEK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

DRY CREEK RACES. The Dry Creek races took place on Saturday afternoon, when the weather was warm, and there was a fair attendance, the results being as follows : — Maidens, £3. About one mile. — Ballin, 1 ; Lolo, 2 ; Littlefisb, 3. Time, 1 min. C2 sec. Handicap Hurdles.— Timothy, 1 ; Raven, 2 ; JJi, 3. Time, 2 min. 55 sec Galloway Handicap.— Floral, 1 ; Jenny, 2 ; Ballin, 3. Time, 1 min. 6 sec. Floral came in first but could not draw the weight. Dry Ceeek Handicap. — Mona, 1 ; Lady Swanston, 2 ; Blueskin, 3. Time, 2 min. 5 sec. Flying Handicap.— Mona, 1; Midnight, 2; Floral, 3. Time, 1 min. 23 sec. Final Flutter.— Blueskin, 1 ; Lady Swan ston, 2 ; Billy Bellew, 3.

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THE AMERICA CUP. LONDON, October 24. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

THE AMERICA CUP. riownoif- October 24. Mr. Rose, the owner of the 162-rating English yacht Satanita, who recently sent a challenge to the New York Yacht Club to sail for the America Cup in 1896 has now with drawn his challenge. Mr. Rose was having a sew cutter built at Southampton for the race, but owing to the American press alleging that his challenge showed that he did not approve of the conduct ?of Lord Dunraven in connection with the recent contests, he decided to witlidraw.

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