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TEE YORKETOWN SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

TEE YQRKETOWN SHOW. The. Southern Yorke's Peninsula- Agcicul tural Society held their annual show on Wed nesday; October 16/ The Weather w«s perfect for pleasure-seekers, though perhaps the. farm-' ing portion of the community would have pre ferred rain, seeing that the. majority of the crops are so backward. Still the most was mnrlp r-f th« nntinir t.Viprn hninc nltnut 1.50( people present. As the society is one of those who receive no Government aid, the efforts of its officers to make it successful and popular, by inducing competition only in those clasees that are of value to the neighborhood, merit all praise. In these times of economy too much must not be expected, yet it would be a great -boon to visitors if at the subsequent shows some slight provision in way of seating accommodation and shelter could be provided. With so little improvement of any value, and such slight interest taken in the implement section, the committee wisely expunged this from their list this year and ...

Publication Title: Chronicle
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BRITISH GUIANA. TROUBLE WITH VENEZUELA. London. October 19. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

BRITISH GUIANA. TROUBLE WITH VENEZUELA. London. October 19. The dispute respecting a strip of auriferous country on the borders of British Guinana and Venezuela has entered on a critical stage. Some British police officers, who had been posted on the frontier, have been arrested by the authorities of Venezuela, and this has led to the dispatch of an ultimatum by the British Mr. Chamberlain lias ordered the dispatch of Maxim guns for the defence of British Guiana boundary at a point where it is expected the Venezuelans may cross. The local authorities have declined to make any contribution towards the defence of the colony. The Governor of tho colony has sailed for London for the purpose of consulting Mr. Chamberlain. It is expected that eventually the authorities in the colony will endorse the action of the Imperial Government in ordering the guns. London, October 23. It is reported that the British Government have authorised Sir Charles Cameron Lees, the Governor of British Guiana,...

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TEE JAMESTOWN SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

THE JAMESTOWN SHOW. Approaching Jamestown from almost any point of the compass very little can be seen but a large belt of gums, and the visitor is in the main street before he is aware that it is a town of some importance. The place is also well laid out, the streets being very wide, and all planted with avenues of gmns, which, in some instances, occupy the centre of the roadway. TTnde.r these tnatmifiepnt trees scats are nlaced to provide for the comfort of townspeople during the hot weather. A running stream passes oyer the main road to the north-east of tbo town, the watercourse being fringed by a variety of attractive foliage; and alter pass ing over many miles of dry thirsty country this picturesque piece of scenery very much resembled an oasis in the desert As is the case almost everywhere through the north the country surrounding James town has suifered very much during the post month from the scarcity of rain, and the hot weather experienced during the pasi week has absorbe...

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HOVAS MURDER THEIR PRISONERS. LONDON, October 21. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

HOVAS MURDER THEIR PRISONERS. .London. October 21. Further information received in Paris from General Duchesne, Commander-in-Chief of the French expeditionary force in Madagascar, gives some interesting particulars respecting the taking of Antananarivo, the capitai General Duchesne asserts that prior to the French troops entering Antananarivo the Hovas murdered all the prisoners within the missionaries when they were interrupted by ? the appearance of the French soldiers at the city gates. London, October 22. In the French Chamber of Deputies to-day M. Brisson, the President, pronounced an eloquent eulogium upon the heroism displayed by the French army of invasion in Mada gascar. The utmost enthusiasm prevailed . during the delivery of the oration.

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THE OCTOBER FLOWER SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

THE OCTOBER FLOWER SHOW. The first flower show of the season was held at the Town Hall on Thursday and Was well attended. Advertised as a rose show it in reality embraced all flowers ; but a speciality was made of the queen of flowers. . - There was a divided opinion as to whether the exposition taken all round was up to that of twelve, months aco. Said a well-known horticul turist — 'There is no-doubt that for this time of the year and considering the. stormy weather wo have experienced of late it was a splendid show.' No*, doubt the cool change which came on Wednesday night helped the exhibitors of roses greatly. The roses came first under review. They were staged in the B&me way as the society has adopted for some time, but it is a question whether some better means could not be adopted. In England roses, according to a well known authority, are shown on beds of moss placed in a slanting .position, and it lias also been suggested that it is a mis take to show the flowers ...

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MADAGASCAR. LONDON, October 18. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

MADAGASCAR. London. October 18. The latest intelligence from Madagascar . ? states that General Duchesne, commander of . the French forces, has arranged for tbe garrisoning of Antanarivo with black troops. . . The Hovas, who have been disarmed, are ro- ? turning to their villages. The behavior of the French since their occupation of tbe capital has been highly exemplary, and no cruelties have been laid to their charge.

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CHESS. NORTHERN AREAS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

CHESS. NORTHERN AEEAS ASSOCIATION. T!tc return match Laura v. Fort Pirie was played at the Port on Oct. 18, when Laura proved too strong; . £ or the seasidera. The result of this match makes it almost a certainty that the Laura Club will be the premiere lor this year, as they have only one more game to play with Jamestown, and this they are hardly likely to lose. Even if defeated they will still tie for top place. The following is the score of Uie match :— LAUEA. FORT PIEJE. J.Sibly ? 1 K.W. Duncan.. „ 0 P.Wornum .. ' 0 W. S. Ede ., ». 1 ILSusnian ,, I, 0 A. S. Wood ... „ 1 M. Farrel „ „ £ W.H.Ede M „ * P. Bowket ,. I, 1 W. Marjoram „ ;'. 0 E. Wornum .. ft I ALL. Warren., .. 0 S. Campbell ,. *, 1 1LO. Cqppingw . 0 *i i AS800IATJOB fiOOEWO. Played. Won. Lost Laura .... 6 « 1 Port Pirie .. M G 4 2 Gladstone .... 6 2 i Jamestown.. ..6 1 4 HINDMAESH CLUB. There was a good attendance on Thursday, Oct. 25, at the meeting of the Hindmarsh Chess Olub, held in the chessroom of the BiudmaKh T...

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HOMING. WOODVILLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

HOMING. WOODVILLB CLUB. The non-winners' raoe was down from Mount Lofty on October 19. Besulte:— Mr. JJ. Withers's b c c Royal Admiral, 1 ; Mr. J. Jelly's b c c The Admiral, 2 ; Mr. J. Jelly's rcc The Sailor Prince, S. POEILAND CLUB. The North line champion race took place from Manoora on October 10. Results :— A. Hemson's b c c Harvester,'! ; A. Morrison's blk c c Minstrel Boy, 2 ; A, Beauon'e ben Yalette, &

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

SPOBTINGL SPORTING NOTES. fByMSKTOB.1 The Tictorian Spring xacing carnival was inaugurated at Oaulfield by tho two days' meeting of tho T.A.T.G., and Saturday, November 2, will witness the initial events of the Y.R.O. meeting at Flemington. The various events of the Caulueld gathering nave been duly discussed in our columns, and the sensational victory of Waterfall in the Caul field Cup has added one more instance to the .vl**««.^».tt *IMMm1a«mW J*t ^ikA l**Hf t3«* fat*. ..h £U»U#UQ UWfUWUiUIJ Ui W1O blili. UU XftU nO this horse is concerned it has brought him into special prominence {or the Derby and Cup, and irlie has ihe samo ability to carry -weight .that ha has to gallop in a«cro wd ho must bo a very dangerous customer for the honors of the blue riband. The defection of ^Hopscotch has shattered one public idol who was said to be able to win the two Cups, and lie has receded in the betting market to a place amongst the moderates. The Sydney norse Delaware cames&econntlen...

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VICTORIAN RACING. LATEST SCRATCHINGS. Melbourne. October 24. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

VICTORIAN RACING. LATEST SCRATCHING^. Melbourne. October 24. Melbourne Cup— Portsea. Spring Stakes — Le Heve.

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LATEST BETTING. Melbourne. October 24. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

LATEST BETTING. Melbourne. Octoher 24. A fair amount of business was transacted at the Victorian Club this evening. For the Derby Wallace and Waterfall were both backed at 5 to 2, closing at 2 to 1, offered. For tho Melbourne Cup Hova was supported at hundreds to 8, and Tbe Trier was backed for a large amount at hundreds to 3 and Si, closing at 100 to 4 offered. The following are the official list of quotations supplied by the secretary of the Victorian Club :— 2 to 1 Wallace. 2 to 1 Waterfall. 4 to 1 Auraria. 100 to 8 Oscillator. 100 to 5 Onward. JIEIBOUENE OUP. 100 to LO Delaware. 100 to 8 Hova. 100 to 7 Trenchant. 100 to 6 Quiver. 100 to 6 Wallace. 100 to 5 Waterfall. 100 to 5 Hopscotch. 100 to 5 Preston. 100 to 5 Havoc. 100 to 4 Devon. 100 .to 4 The Admiral. 100 to 4 The Trier. 100 to 4 Auraria. 100 to 4 Bruin. 100 to 4 Lord Richmond. 100to3Brookkigh, lOOtoSOeoulator.

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MOONEE VALLEY CUP. Melbourne. October 24. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

MOONEE VALLEY CUP. Melbourne, October 24. The acceptances for the Mooneo Valley Cup of 200 6ovp., seven furlongs, are : — St-IU. J BtlU. Eiridsforde.. .. 0 SjSelini „. „ 7 8 Palo Alto ,i *. 8 6] Charon .. ... 7 7 Ualluro, .. ,. S 6, The Moor .. ..7 7 Oariton .. «. 6 1 Mias Gladstone « 7 2 Gaiilardia .. ..8 4 1 Trida .. „ fi IS Emaun-na-Knuck.. 8 2 Lady Clare. .. C 10 Our Jack .. ..7 10 Outcast « „ C S Monah „ ..7 8 Euroa .. ., 6 7

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

DRAUGHTS. The prizes won in connection with tbe South Aus tralian Draughts Association were presented to the winners on Wednesday evening. Mr. Gardner won the champinionship for the third year in succession, Mr. J. Broad was second, and Mr. C&esells, tbe youngest player in the tonrney, -was third. The play all round was of a very high order, tbe contests between Messrs: Broad and Walkley being most stub hnrnlv /vtnfcefiterf TVcrifw t.hnv iri-tv rirawn t-tuwihat* and each time the round took seven gainue incomplete. Mr. Cassells's pley was very encouraging to the younger contestants. The form shown in the handicap tourney was rather 'poor, the prizes being eventually won liy Mr. R. Rogers first, Mr. White second, and Mr. Suffolk third. After the business was disposed of a return match of 12 men aside was played between fhe Goodwood club and the association, the former winning with 18 games to*15, 10 being- drawn. The most remarkable feature of tho match was the defeat of the ...

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Country News. (For other Country News see page £8.) BITTEN BY A SNAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

Comtlrg |feto& {For other Country Newt tet page £8.) BITTEN BY A SNAKE. Edbh Taipei; October 23.— On Monday evening a little «hUd two years of age, a daughther of Mr. and Mrs. Wndt&e, of neat Eden Valley, white playing with some kittens was bitten by a snake. The child was at once taken to Mr. Joe Thyei; a neighbor, who cut the finger open and put salt and lime in the ?wound and bound tbe lunger an. Toe cliud was then taken immediately to Dr. Powell, t-f Angsston, who attended to toe little sufferer, who is now progressing «s well as can be expected.

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THE RACEHORSE PARIS. LONDON. October 21. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

THE RACEHORSE PARIS. London. October 21. i . The sporting writer of the London Times, in ? Commenting upon the chances of the Aus ' tralian racehorse Paris in the Cambridgeshire ;Stakes to be run on Wednesday next, expresses ! » fear that the recent ill-health which Paris lias suffered must necessarily interfere with an exhibition of his true form, and despite his good handicap will .seriously discount his Chances of success. * The Daily News writer' also refers to the first appearance of Paris on the English turf, and gives expression to the wish that Paris will run up to his usual mark.

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FRENCH NAVAL ESTIMATES. LONDON, October 20. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

FRENCH NAVAL ESTIMATES. London. October 20. f The French Government have agreed to the , reduction by the Chamber of Deputies of the If aval Estimates by 7,000,000 francs.

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TREMENDOUS FIRES. 700 PERSONS HOMELESS. London, October 21. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

TREMENDOUS FIKES. 700 PERSONS HOMELESS. London, October 21. - A tremendous fire has devastated the city of New Orleans and 260 houses have been de stroyed, while 700 persons have been rendered homeless. Extensive forest fires are now raging in Minnesota, Dakota, and Manitoba, and immense quantities of grain and hay have been consumed.

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ABYSSINIA. DEATH OF MENELEK II. London. October 21. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

ABYSSINIA. DEATH OF MENELEK II. London. October 2L The death of Menelok IL, King of Abys sinia, is reported from Rome. It iB stated that the' deceased monarch was killed by a flash of lightning.

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RUSSIA AND COREA. ATTITUDE OF THE POWERS. London. October 22. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

RUSSIA AND CORE A. ATTITUDE OF THE POWERS. ? ' «$ London. October 22. A semi-official statement has been made to the effect that the Russian Government have not taken any action regarding the govern ment of Corea, and that they do not intend to recognise the present illegal conditions which maintain upon the peninsula. Prince Lobanoff, the Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs, states that Russia will not * peninsula, as it would constitute a perpetual menace. London. October 23. The London Times, in an article dealing with the occupation of the Gorean Peninsula, suggests that the Powers .should arrange a collective guarantee for the establishment of a strict neutrality with respect to Corea. . Suob a guarantee, it is urged, would mean a satisfactory settlement of aii extremely dangerous question.

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A POLO FATALITY. LONDON October 21. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

A POLO FATALITY. London. October 2L A sad fatal accident is reported from France by ?which Mr. 'William Mackay, the eldest son of Mr. William Mackay, the American millionaire, popularly known as the 'Silver King,' lost his life. Mr. Mackay was playing polo, when he was thrown from his pony, brealting his neck in the fall.

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