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THE RETURNED TRAVELLER. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

THE RETURNED TRAVELLER. [Interviewed by R. Caldwell, M.P.] 'Oh where have you been, John Moule, John Moule? Stay, traveller, stay, and unburden your soul 1' ' And the pilgrim chief his questioner eyed, And he made a pause, and thus replied — ' I've been to Murtbo, and Renmark too, And Lyrup, and Pyap, and Residence New, And Moorook, and Kingston, and Holder, where Men quarrel, and fight with each other, and swear ; At Waikeri, and Gillen, and Ramco, I Have stood and watched the river go by ; And I've been to the Era villagers camp, And the huts by the long Nangkita swamp.' '-And what have yevrseen, John Moule, John Moule? Oh, traveller, further unburden you soul !' 'I've seen,' said John, with sorrowful sighs, Wiping the tears from his spectacled eyes, 'Some Bad, sad sights in the valley fair, As those may name it who have not been there ; I have seen the cottages. all in a row, And the corn that did not care to grow, And the struggling trees and struggling vines, Where the mallee o...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A GOLDEN WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

A GOLDEN WEDDING. Lynpoch, October 14.— Mr. aud Mrs. Frederick Randall celebrated their golden wedding to-day by inviting a few friends to their house. There were about 50 present, in cluding two sons, one daughter, and 1G grand children. After breakfast had been partaken of Mr. Frederick Randall, jun,, the eldest eon, presented the parents, on behalf of the family, with enlarged pTiotographs of themselves, beautifully framed. The Rev. J. Kenny then congratulated Mr. and Mrs. Randall, and Dr. Richter also Bpoke. Mr. and Mrs. Randall are aged respectively 72 and 76 years, and were married on October 11, 1845, at Croydeu, Surrey, England. They came to the colony in 1851, and after living in Adelaide for two years came to Lyndoch, where they have re sided for 42 years. The gathering was a very pleasant one, and after tea the room was cleared for dancing, which was kept up till the small hours.

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

\ WE AT EMPEROR WAS THIS? He was one of the greatest monarchs that ever ruled in Europe. He was always at. war, yet— but wait ; let us take one thing at a tune. He wae an enormous eater. He ? breakfasted at 5 on a fowl seethed in milk and dressed with sugar and spices. After this he went to Bleep again. He dined at 12, always partaking of - , 20 dishes. He supped twice— first early in the evening and again about 1 o'clock, the latter the most solid meal of the four. After meat he ate a great quantity of pastry and sweets, washing them down with vast draughts of beer and wine. Then he would gorge himself on sardine omelettes, fried sausages, eel pies, pickled partridges, fat capons, &c., &c. Finally he abdicated, aid this omnivorous Emperor, and a friendly courtier thus de scribed the power that compelled him to do it. *'Tis a most truculent executioner,' Baid the orator; 'it invades the whole body from head to foot. It contracts the nerves with anguish ; it freezes t...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION. Nauracoorte, October 28.— The election to fill the vacancy in the Central ward of the district council, caused by Councillor Hunt's seat having been declared vacant, took place on Saturday, and resulted as follows : — O. Hunt, 48 ; A. Spring, 27 ; informal, 1. The returning-ofneer declared Mr. Hunt again elected.

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

Even in the present day of low prices ' The Oracle Encyclopedia,' the Ia6t venture of George Newnes, Limited (publishers of Titbits, the Strand, &c.), must be pronounced a marvel of cheapness. It is to be completed in SO parts issued at 6d. each, and part 1, of which we have received copies from Messrs. E. S. Wigg & Son and Mr. E. W. Cole, amply redeems the promise of the prospectus that the work should ' contain the most accurate infor mation in. the most moderate form.' The part embraces 120 pages of letterpress and CO illustrations and maps, and the articles, which are written in popular style, are brought thoroughly up to date, while type and paper are all that could reasonably be desired.

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BUTTER TRADE WITH THE WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

BUTTER TRADE WITH THE WEST. Milang, October 30.— The Lakeside Butter Factory has been busy turning out some 1,200 1-lb. tins of butter for the West. Both the butter and method of packing it reflect great credit on Messrs. Buckland & Lipson. The tina, afford an excellent means of transport' anano waste to tho consumer.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

Dg. ROBERTS' Aw a Sovereign Remedy for Bruises, Burns, Cancer, Cuts, Eczema, [?] Eruptions, Eyes Inflamed, fistula, Gangrene, Pimples, . Piles, Scorbutic Complaints, Skin Diseases Ulcerated Legs & Wounds of every description. , Price -Is. 1J-L, Ss. 9d., 11b., 22s. each. Solo Proprietor*, MXAXm * SARNICOTT, Ltd., BrUfeort, SKflb

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LABOR MEMBERS ON TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

LABOR MEMBERS ON TOUR. Caltowie, October 29. — Last Friday, in response to an invitation from the 'Liberal party' at Caltowie, Messrs. McGregor and Hourigan journeyed there, and in the evening delivered addresses. The attendance was good. Mr. Hourigan spoke on 'Land values taxation,' and advocated an imme diate all-round increase in the land tax to a penny in the pound on unimproved values. Mr. McGregor dealt with the '' Labor Party and the Country.' The members were listened to attentively, and frequently applauded, Mr. A. Kerr occupied the chair, and hearty votes of thanks were accorded the visiting members.

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ASSESSMENT OF THE BURRA. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

ASSESSMENT OF THE BURRA. Burba, October 30.— The Burra Town Coun cil decided this year to have a new assessment of the town, as the old assessment was made under the Corporations Act of 18S0. Tenders were ^invited and an assessor appointed. The result of the new departure, however, has not proved satisfactory, owing to tho assessor hav ing reduced many of the largest assessments. and increased the smaller ones. The conse quence was that at the court of appeals held yesterday nearly sixty appeals were received. The council, presided over by the mayor, com menced business at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, and sat during the afternoon and evening, adjourning for tea, and then had to adjourn till Thursday night. Notices of appeal were given against reductions in the assess ments of the Burra mine, Messrs. Elder, Smith, & Co., and bIbo the English and Aub tralian Copper Company, but on account of an omission to serve the proper notices to the property-owners the appeals were withdra...

Publication Title: Chronicle
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THE DISTRICT OF WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

THE DISTRICT OF WALLAROO. Moonta, October 26. — A mass meeting of electors, called by Mr. J. L. Peters, eecretery to the miners' association, was held at Halls shaft on Saturday, October 2G. Mr. Polmear presided. It was resolved — That local men be chosen as our representatives in the Assembly ; that nominations signed by five per sons and countersigned by the nominees be sent in to Mr. Peters up to 1 p.m. of Saturday, November 9 ; and (hat the mode of tho final selection of the two candidates from such list bo left to tho joint com mittee. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

Auctions. ? fARGE AND mpbRTAlJT SALE OF FAT AND STORE CATTLE AT MOUNT BARKER. , '|OHN PALTEIDGE will sell By auction, at #1 Aidridge'e Hotel, on Thursday, November 14, at IBo'clook— 860 Head Fat and Store Cattle, us follows :— Foi Messrs. Yatefi & Jervois— 60 Head four-year-old Fat Bullocks 40 Head five-year-old do, do. ' ? 100 Head very Prime Fat Cows. For Messrs. P. and A. O'Dea— 80 8 and 4 rear old Bullocks, in forward condr '?- tlon -v'' '? 201»airy-Cow8, now coining forward ?. ..-? 60 Twa-year-old jnixednsexea ? t BO Yearlings, mixed sexes ? Terms— Approved bills. ? *306c PRELIMINARY ADVERTISEMENT. VALUABLE STATION PROPERTY. MESSRS. STRACHAN, CHEADLE, & CO. are instructed by A. McGregor Dey, Esq., to offer for ealc by public auction, in Adelaide, in November, all that Valuable Property, known as, . . WlMlpE STATION, 1 _ Consisting of *| £t MILES LEASEHOLD LAND 10300 8HEEP* ot thereabouts TOGETHER WTTII Horses, Bullocks, Cows, Drays . And Valuable Plant suitable ...

Publication Title: Chronicle
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GRASSHOPPERS IN THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

GRASSHOPPERS IN THE NORTH. Qoorn, October 2S. — The grasshoppers are ruining the crops round here, especially in the neighborhood of Willochra and Boolcunda. Where the wheat straw is low they are de molishing it altogether, and even attack the higher sulks, leaving very little behind.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

? Shipping. ? P.&O. ' I3EAM .KAVIOATIOK C&KPANT. ; frOK LOKDON, Cndcr Royal Mail Contract, will dispatch t lie follow tog Steamer*, via Albany, Colombo, Suez Canal, and tJediterranean Ports :— ? . ? fiicamers. Tns. Commander. | Leave BALLAARAT .. 4S72lT. S. Angus Nov. 0 ROME .. .» 65i5)A. B. Daniell Nov. 20 VALETTA .. 5034 G. W.Atkinson Dec. 4 11 III ALA YA ..GS03A. W.Adamson Dec. 18 OCEAN A . . 6670 K. Stewart Jan. J, '06 rAEBAMATTA 4874 P. Harris Jan. 15 AUSTRALIA .. 6901 1. Heevcs Jan. 29 41ASSILIA .. 603211. Harvey Feb. 12 ARCADIA .. 0670 A, O. Loggin ? Feb. 20 KOTICfi TO PASSEKGKBS* Libcrol redactions to Families. ' Vf bole Cabins rceen'ed. The Accommodation iu both First and Second Crloou it unsurpassed. Passage from Europe, &c., can be arranged here. 1 Passengers allowed to bieak their journey at inter mediate ports. louribtb' Tickets— India, China, Japan, &c Round the World tickets iesued. PASSAGE BATES. Hckets issued at lowest current rates. ...

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THE WOOL SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

THE WOOL SEASON. Poet Gbbmein, October 27.— The past few weeks have been very busy with wool ship ping. The Investigator took away 200 bales last week, the Jessie Darling 300, and the ship Arnold is expected here to-day for about 900 bales. This will about close up our wool season.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

fl0 WW WITH wB9 B6B hB tf» - HIGHLY NUTRITIVE MAY BE OBTAINED IN LABELLED TINS OR PACKETS THROUGHOUT THE COLONY. | Ayer's Sarsaparilla i \ ! ^S^^^^^' BLOOD=PURIFIER ) jj |m|mBh| StrengtyuiWer. [ \ ' l£&S&L43Hn mI^P^^^ K attacks aijd breaks up every ; ' ' l^^mSgffiBm . iI$BwP=^^j7 humor, cures skin eruptions, and 1 ! * ^itMSsiSak A/MfflM^$*& restores exhausted vitality. Suf- | ! - ^.^^St^^^M^^^^^ ^/ f erers from indigestion, general j i- ^*esyj- ? ?—. ^-r&M^ arising from impure blood, should ) 1 - take Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It builds up the system generally, makes i ? food nourishing, sleep refreshing, and life enjoyable. ^* %,vi .*?#?? ; i ? ' . jJC ' AVEEIJ& ESBI B Q sugar-coated. V ; AlEKg r*iLI»& purely vegetable. ; CURE SICK HEADACHE, CONSTIPATION, DYSPEPSIA, j ) As a Purgative, Ayer's Fills ore the Best in the World. . - / Highest Awards to Ayer's Sarsaparilla and Pills, Chicago Exposition, 1893. j - ) Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer &a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

. Poblia Notices. ? pUESENTATIOX TO ME. THOMAS CATEREtt A't ,» representative mBeliuj? of the Old Scholars of lit Thomas Caterer, held ' October 2ttli, it was decided to recognise his 40 years' labors in the cause of Higher Education. All Old Scholars ore asked to heartily co-operate, and communicate with either PETER WOOD (Messrs. G. Wood, Son, &Co.t Adelaide), Hon. Treasurer ; or MAGNUS WALD, \ Hou. Sees., H W THOMPSON, Jra.,/ Port Adelaide. 302-8x800 ? OUIH AUSTRALIAN FARMERS' COOPERATIVE UNION. The above having opened a BRANCH at PORT ADELAIDE are prepared to receive on STORAGE Shareholders' WHEAT, WOOL, SKINS, HIDES, &c.. and to act as Agents for tJis disposal of the saine in the beet markets. Also to procure for and forward to Shareholders all Farm Requisites. Bavins secured the services of a reliable and ex perienced man as Malinger of our Port Brtnch we can guarantee prompt attention to any business en trusted to us. Arrangements have been made with Mr. Cleme...

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THE PROBLEM OF HEREDITY. A TERRIBLE SOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

THE PROBLEM OF HEREDITY. A TERRIBLE SOLUTION. A most remarkable case of child murder came to-day before the assizes here (says a Berlin telegram dated September 17). The wife of a locksmith named Frank, 30 years old, was indicted for having murdered her two children, aged 3 months and 3 years respec tively, by suffocating them with coal gas. The woman was of respectable position and bore an extremely good character in all respects, both as a wife and mother, but had been terribly tried 'by the manifestation in Ker children of an hereditary constitutional disease which had nearly blinded them. Her husband, who was devoutly attached to her, did every thing in his power to tranquillise her mind, but she secretly formed the resolve to commit suicide with her little ones, and thus save them from the prospect of a blighted existence. Her plans succeeded as far as the children wore concerned, as they were asphyxiated, but timely help arrived to restore the prisoner herself to consciousness...

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A STEAMER ABLAZE. A STEWARDESS AND SIX PASSENGERS SUFFOCATED. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

A STEAMER ABLAZE. A STEWARDESS ANDSIX PASSEN GERS SUFFOCATED. A shocking fatality occurred early in the morning of September 16 on board the steamer Iona, when off Clacton, on her voyage from Leith to London. It is supposed that a lamp broke in a room adjoining the second saloon. The liquid on fire entered the saloon on the starboard side, where the men's cabins were, and then crossing the room set fire to the ladies' cabin. Sixteen passengers were in their berths, of whom unfortunately some stayed to dress, and the- flames meanwhile cutting off their means of escape they were suffocated, and their remains charred beyond recognition. The Westminster Gazette, in its report, says : — A passenger who was on board states that the fare raged furiously for about two hours, but was confined, by the strenuous efforts of Captain Thompson, splendidly supported by his officers and men, to the part of the vessel where it originated. The forecabin passengers numbered some fifty-five men women, a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

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ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. A meeting of the council of the Royal Agricultural and Horticultural Society was held at the office, Waymouth-street, on Wed nesday morning. There was a large atten dance, and tho president (Mr. W. Gilbert, M.P.) occupied the chair. The wine committee reported, re matters arising from the recent wine show, that in classes 3 and 23, Messrs. E. L. Randall and Co. were disqualified for second and first places respectively through not having com plied with the conditions as to quantity, viz., 500 gallons. Mr. Gilbert was to be friaced second iu class 3, and in class 23 Mr. W. H. Gillard first and the Auldana viuoyaxd pro prietors second. The report was adopted. It was decided that the 1896 Autumn Show should be held on February 13, 14, and 15. Mr. A. W. Wabe moved— That the council apply to the Government for more ground on the vest of (he present lence near the magazine; also, that the whole of the Northern Annexe be available lor the use of the society on s...

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