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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

THE TWO i GENUINE ARTICLES: CLEMENTS TONIC, FLETCHER'S PILLS. IMITATED ! BUT UNRIVALLED AND UNEQUALLED. CLEMENTS TONIC is a scientificchemical food, and restores the tissue wasted by the vocations of every-day life, is a prompt and safe remedy for neuralgia, nervousness, weak ness, debility, liver complaint, dropsy, and chronic indigestion. FLETCHER'S PILLS cure heartburn, backache, headache, liver torpidity, dyspepsia, and all complaints of the stomach and bowels. These two remedies have been thoroughly tested in all the hot countries of the world. They are sold at a price within the reach of all people. Evidence is forwarded free on receipt of name and address that will satisfy the most sceptical as to their virtues. They are sold everywhere, but care must be taken that the genuine are obtained or the money and time are wasted and the disease so much the more serious. dxz278,85 PROFESSOR EYANS, MEDICAL HERBALIST, Begs to inform the residents of Adelaide that he possesses the secre...

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Agriculture, &c. LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

^gncixltote, $x. LAND SALES. October 24.— Sale of leases for waterworks. October 81.— Sale of miscellaneous leases.

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THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS. Hawkeb, September 28.— During the week we have had some nice showers of rain, 910 points having been registered. Qceenscliffe, September 29. — The weather for the past fortnight has been very dry, and rain is greatly needed. The crops are in some instances looking Darched, but in others they are very fair. A good fall of ram would im prove everything, fruit trees and vegetables included. The grass is -very short yet and maturing too rapidly. The weather indicates a change. Victob Habbob, September 25. — The weather is .everything that could be desired. No wool has yet put in an appearance. Several more new houses have been com menced. . Wadnaminga, September 26. — The weather haB been showery since Tuesday last. Nearly half an inch of rain fell altogether. It is still cloudy and unsettled. Caebieton, September 26. — We have had some splendid soaking rains here during the last two days, which will prove the salvation of the crops. If the weather continues f...

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THE SOUTH-EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

THE SOUTH-EAST. Mount Gambieb, September 29.— A memorial is in course of signature inviting leading members of the Opposition and Mr. Riddoch to visit Mount Gambier, Mount Gambieb, September 30. — A large and representative gathering assembled in the Town Hall to-night, the occasion being ? the presentation of an address and a purse of sovereigns to .feather Mourigan, who leaves to-morrow for a new charge at Brompton,_ The mayor presided, and made the presentation of sovereigns on behalf the subscribers, while the address was presented by Mr. John Kennedy, on behalf of the Roman Catholics of Mount Gambier and Millicent, and by Mr. Carozzi, who represented the Catholic Benefit Society. Speeches were made by the Very Rev. Dean Ryan and Messrs. McCdurt and White repre senting the Millicent congregation. Father Hourigan, who has been here 11 years, is highly respected by all classes of the com munity, and by the poor he will be much missed. Naebaooobte, September 27.— The shearing troub...

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THE WEST COAST. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

THE WEST COAST. Bookabie, September 21. — After the severe storms of the last few weeks we have been favored with very welcome rains, but the effects of the late weather will be found very strong in many of the crops. Some on the open plains were just about scorched, while the scrub lands did not fare so badly. Had rain fallen a fortnight earlier much greater vields would have beeu obtained.— Shearing is now just about finished in this district and the clip is pronounced as poor. — A cricket match was played at Yalata lately between the Glen Borees and a picked team from the Yalata shearing shed. It resulted in a draw, as time did not permit the match being finished. For the shearers W. Doudle was the highest scorer with 42, C. Porter 23, and T. Kelly 30. For the Boree F. J. Smart was 18 not out, and C. Smart 18. The bowling honors were divided between Tomney, T. Smart, and McLeod. The weather was against good cricket as almost a gale was blowing all day. Colton, September 20.— Shea...

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THE SOUTH-EASTERN RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

THE SOUTH-EASTERN RAILWAYS. Nabbaooobie, October 2. — The Commis sioner of Railways, accompanied by Messrs. Moncrieny Roberts, andMcrJeill, arrived here from Wolseley to-day. They went on to Kingston by ft special train with the heads of the south-eastern department, returning to Narracoorte this evening. The Commissioner was interviewed at several stations with refe rence to local requirements'. The party stay here to-night and'go oh to Mount Gambier by a -special train to-morrow morning, returning on Sunday evening. *

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THE HASTINGS CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

THE HASTINGS CONGRESS. Following are two more of -the games played in the late contest : — WHITE. .. .. . UI..4CK. . ? . ?? ? Liasker. Walbrodt. Ruy Lopez. 1. I' to K 4 2. Kt to K B 3 3. BtoKt5 4. Castles 5. KttoB3 G. PtoQ4 7. Kt takes P 8. K Kt to K 2 («) 0. KttoKt-3 10. B takes B; 11. PtoKt3(c) 12. B to Kt 2 13. KttoBS 14. R to K 15. PtoKB4 10. KttoQS(rf) 17. Kt (B t-) takes B ch 18. PtoB5 11-. Kt takes Kt (ch 20. P takes Kt 21. R to K B 22. B takes P 23. RtoBSm 1. P to K 4 2. Kt to Q B 3 3. KttoB3 4. B to K 2 5. P to Q 3 «. P takes P 7. B to Q 2 8. Castles 9. Kt to K 4 (b) 10. Q takes B 11. Q R to Q 12/ Kt to B 3 13. Q to K 3 14. Kt to K 4 15. Kt to Kt 3 10. P to B 3 17. Kt takL-s Kt 18. Kt takes B P (e) 10. P takes Kt 20. Q takes B P 21. Q to K 5 22. QRtoK 23. P to K if 4 24. R to Kt 3 ch, and Black resigns. Notes, from Daily News. {a\ A clever move. The Kuisht will play to^ kt 3. where it is well posted for a King's side attack in conjunction with P to K B 4, &c. ? {1) ...

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Chess and Draughts. CHESS. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

€lt£0# mxh Iraitghte CHESB-.;-; ' : TO CORRESPONDENTS. Games and problems for publication and solutions of problems should be addressed '.CuetiS Editor, Chronicle Office.' PROBLEM No. l,9S0. By S. Tinsley {Times Weekly). BLACK. WHITE. White tojilay and mat,e in two inovee. PROBLEM No. 1,981. By S. Loyd. BLACK. WHITE. White to play and mate in THKEE moves.

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SCARCITY OF FEED IN QUEENSLAND. Sydney, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

SCARCITY OF FEED IN QUEENS LAND. ' ? ? ? Sydney, October*3. A drover who lias arrived at Albury with 2,000 store bullocks says that for 200 miles beyond the Queensland border he did not see a blade of grass. He reckons there are 30,000 cattle on the road which will never complete the journey owing to want of feed.

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AUNT DOROTHY'S LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

AUNT DOROTHY'S LETTER. My dear Nephews and Nieces— A lady friend of mine living in England, and who knows what a great interest I take in dogs and other animals, has sent me a letter giving a very interesting story about a dog belonging to ft mend of. hers; but as the story had been -*? t published in the papers here before I received ner letter, 1 6hall merely give you an outline of it as a sort of preface to one wnich I am going to tell you. The dog of which my friend , cpeaks is owned by a gentleman who lives some distance from a railway line, and the gentle Man arranged for his daily paper to be thrown ftora the train ata certain spot every morning. He used to bo to this spot, taking his dog (a *panipl) with him each mprning. After tins pad continued for some time the dog took' to going fq?vthe paper by himself. You will, rhalis, think there is nothing very - wonderful this; . ijo'v is there. But there is, ~ '% tlmik, in what follows. 'The dog - iriien ie came hack wjvh the pape...

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GENERAL BOOTH. Hobart, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

GENERAL BOOTH. ? ^ ? Hobart, October 3. General Booth arrived to-day by the steamer Riniutaka, and received a hearty welcome, hundreds of persons assembling on the wharf. He is the guest tonight of Sir W. L. Dobson. He will resume his journey to Wellington to morrow, returning to Tasmania on October 26. Thence he will go to Melbourne and on to Queensland, working his way back to Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, and Albany. -His object in visiting the colo nies again is to see his. people and discuss new plans of action for the future. He speaks in glowing terms of the prospects of the army in Africa, where he travelled over 3,000 miles. The work in England is progressing satisfac torily. His great idea is to get people saved, then to make soldiers and officers of them. His over-sea scheme hangs fire. He has not yet fixed upon a eite; and is still looking for one. He is inclined to go back to his first love, South Africa, where he has been presented by a private individual with 20,000 ac...

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Little Folks. THE KITTENS' PICNIC. A RHYME FOR VERY LITTLE FOLK. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

pttk JfoM THE KITTENS' PICNIC. A Rhtme foe Very Lhtle Folk. In her ne«t on the limb of an apple tree a mother robin sat, 'When the father robin came in haste to 3u,ys 'I've seen a cat ! A smallish oat— a kitten, in fact, that's coming toward our tree. He seems to be bringing a basket. What can the reason be f ?'?/??' 'A kitten V' she cried— 'a crowd of them ! ?;?? ? For, see, there coma some more !' it And she was right, for very soon the robins ',' counted a score — ?I' Carryingbaskets, cans, anet— a waggon-load, at (r- -?? least, I Of thiuga that smelled so very good they surely 'A meant a feast. |: Kobins don't love jats, you know, and so they £?''.??? flewa\v.\}% ?$.'??: \. Por they t&w 'twas a kittens' picnio that hsd g-'?- :. . come to etay all day. &??;?: The kittens chose that very spot to spread Svi; ' their clotli so white, if? But set up the lawn tennis net where ihe sun £(* ?- shone warm and brijjlit. ':£ Tho youngeteK theu chased butterflies, or |.i?.. ....

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BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. A CONSERVATIVE POLICY. LONDON, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. ? 0 ? A CONSERVATIVE POLICY. London, October 3. At the half-yearly meeting of the share holders of the Bank of Australasia, held to day, Mr. E. M. Nelson, who presided, stated, in moving the adoption of the directors' re port, that the affairs of the bank are still on the up grade. He announced the in tention of the directors to adhere to the Conservative policy of the past and not to make large advances unless ample security was lodged by the customer. He declared that the visit of Mr. John Sawers, the , Australasian superintendent, had been of great advantage to the London, directors. . Mr. Charles . Hamilton was elected a director in the place of his father, Mr. Ed ward W. T. Hamilton.

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DRAUGHTS IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

DRAUGHTS IN LONDON. Played by Mr. Robert Martins, exeham £ion, during a visit which lie recently paid to iondon. , The score is from the . Bristol Mercury: — Black, 'Mr. Lewcock; White, Mr. Martins. 'The Switcher.' 11—15 28...19 1— 6 I:-— 24 5- 9 21...17 11—10 31.. .26 27.. .23 C... 1 9—13 v 26.. .23 6— 9 18-27 23-27 25.. .21 8-11 4... 8 32.. .23 1... G 6— 9 22...18 3—12 21—27 9—14 2!J...25 13-17 15.. .10 2G...22 6... 9 8-11 19...15 9-18 27—31' 14-17 17...14 17-22 10... 3 23.. .18 22.. .18 10—17 15... 8 12— 10 31—27 17—22 21.. .14 22—29 3... 8 18.. .15 9... 5 9—18 8... 4 2—6 27—23 13—17 23.. .14 16-19 8...11 15.. .10 ,20.. .10 4— 8 23...1C G— 9 9—13 27—24 24...19 12-19 11...20 10... 6 1G...19 15—24 18...15 And Mr. Martins won.

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DRAUGHTS. PROBLEM No. 402. By D. A. Brodie, champion of New Zealand. BLACK. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

DEAUGHTS. PROBLEM No. 402. By D. A. Brodie, champion of New Zealand. BLACK, WHITE. White to play and win.

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NORWOOD CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

XORWOOD CLUB. On Saturday, Septeniber 28, lliere was a good at tendance, and a number of games were played hy those members who ove not competing in Uie tour ney. The p!ay in connection with, llie tourney Avaa continued. Pascpe added- another win to his already pood score by defeating Spencer, \V. Kerr.beat Watt, and Cold beat McDcrmott, and drew with Higfpn ' bo.uom. Tlie arrangements for next meeting arc ad journed i;ames which absent players will forfeit to those who are present PHILIDORIAN SOCIETY. On Wednesday, September 25, the weekly meetings of this Kocitty were -resumed at Fiecker's chess resort, 13outh Australian Hotel, North-terrace. The attendance was very good, and tome spirited guinc-s v,-erc contested. Messrs. Ohcadleand Juekes played two games. The first— a ' king's knight's' opening.— was won by the foi-mer, lie liaving the move. Mr. Jueke--, adopting the 'Scotch gambit,' played a bold, dashing game, and came o£ victorious. Messrs. Black and Funnell, of the Norwood ...

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SOLUTIONS OF PROBLEMS. No. 1,974 (W. Pulitzer). Key move—Q to K B 6. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

SOLUTIONS OP PROBLEMS. No. 1,974 (W. Pulitzer). Key move— Q to K B 6. Solved by 'Mercato,' Wright-street: 'J.E.P.,' Nelson-street; 'Saddleworth,'- Saddlewoi'th ; ' Amicus,' Adelaide (a really fine problem); 'Nemos/'Nomood (excellent; the kfy move is very difficult to hit upon) ; 'F.J.,' Adelaide; 'Aldebaran,' Birkenhead (neither better nor worse than hundreds of ' other first-class two movers); and 'Critic,' Unley (excellent). ' Xo. 1/J75 (H. F. L. Meyer). WHITE. J1LACX. 1. B to Q (} 1. B to Kt 3 2. P to Q 8, becoming 2. K takes B a Knight, ch. 3. KttcB4m.ito And other variations in -which Whito makes the Pawn, Rook, Bishop, or Queen according to Black's defences. Solved by 'Amicus,' (one of the finest problems that 1 have ever eeenj; 'F.J..', Adelaide (a spl«mdidly-construoted problem) ; 'Aldebaran,' Birkeuhead (very neatly -dene) : ' Critic, ' Unley (a hard nut to crack).

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AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE. LONDON, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE. London, October 3. A strong syndicate has been formed in Man chester for the purpose of opening up direct communication with the Australian colonies by means of an efficient steamship (service. The directors of the syndicate have an . nounced their willingness to reduce the freights for Australian produce to from 10 to 15 per cent, below that charged at present between the colonies and London, but insist that in ? order to secure the reduced freights the produce merchants must, enter into a con tract of at least two years' duration that they ?will only ship by the direct line of steamers to Manchester. ? ? .

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EASTERN AFRICA. TROUBLE AT MOMBASA. LONDON, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

EASTERN AFRICA. TROUBLE AT MOMBASA. London, October 3. Eighty British sailors have captured and burned the camp of the rebellious natives near Mombasa, on the east Coast of Africa, which is the terminus of the railway to Lake Vic toria Nyanza. The chief ML-uruk escaped, but a party of blue- jackets lauded from the Phoebe, one of the cruisers on the Cape and West Africa Station, are pursuing him.

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PRICES VERY FIRM. LONDON, October 3, 7.20 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

PRICES VERY FIRM. London, October 3, 7.20 p.m. Wool is still very 6rm.

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