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WILLIAMSTOWN RACES. Melbourne, October 28. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

WILLIAiiSTOWN RACES. Melbourne, October 28. The following are the- weights for the WilHamstovra races : — JfflLLIAMSTOWK CCP. One mile three furlonzs. fit, lb. Devon „ ». 9 1 Preston .. .. 8 IS Bruin ,. .. 8 12 Ed King }. .. 8 11 Newman .. .. 8 11 Solanum ,. ,. 8 10 Oxide .. ..8 7 Moss Rose .. .. 8 0 Foxtail ., ..8 5 The Trier ,. ,.8 6 Waterfall .. ..8 3 Music .. .. 8 8 Taraoaki .. .. 1 IS Chesterman ,. 7 13 Palo Alto .. ,. 7 12 35 .. .. J. 7 12 Happy Jack ., 7 10 Duhallow .. .* 7 0 st-Ib. Lord Richmond. .. 7 6 Koyal Master ..7 6 Brotherton . . .. 7 5 Bewi .. ..7 4 B^SHoo .. ..7 4 Te Wbiti ... ,.7 3 Onward .. ..7 1 Laura .. ..7 0 Oscillator .. ,.7 0 Toreador .. ..7 0 Damper .. ,. 7 0 Mischief . . .. 6 13 Jieconst ruction .. 6 12 Trentside .. ..0 7 Count Herbert ..6 7 Lead On .. ..8 7 Lucid .. ..6 7 Callum Mohr u 6 7

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NOTES FROM MELBOURNE. Melbourne, October 28. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

NOTES FROM MELBOURNE. Melbourne. October 28. Mr.F. Pay ten has resigned the secretaryship of the Richmond Pony Racing Club and in tends to leave shortly for Sydney. The steeplechaser Woodfield was to-day sold to Mr. W. Kelso, of Sydney, at a price with held. Mr. J. E. Brewer has purchased the jumper Sylvan Prince. The price paid did not transpire. The steeplechaser Shandon has been sold to Mr. Cooper for 11 guineas. Melbourne, October 30. There was an exceptionally large gathering of turfites at the Victorian Club this evening, partly on account of the near approach of the Derby and because of the invitation of Mr. Oxenham to take wine with him to celebrate his recent victory with Waterfall in the Caul field Cnp. When the reading of the card had concluded wine was introduced, and Mr. Buckley proposed the health of Mr. Oxenham, whom he characterised as one of the straightest men of the- turf w Mr. Oxenham, in reply, said he always went to win, and his friends, the bookmakers, at time...

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CAULFIELD CUP MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

CAULFIELD CUP MEETING. The following are tbe stakes won : — H. Oxenham, 1st Caulfield Cup .. .. £1,500 8. G. Cook, 1st Debutant Stakes, £400 ; 2nd Caulfield Guineas, £76 ; 2nd Maiden Plate, £10 ? 485 R. B.trr Smith, 1st Toorak Handicap .. .. 400 W. A. Gardiner, 2nd CaulCeid Cup .. .. ? 350 W. E. Wilson, 1st Caulfield Guineas, £300 ; 3rd Caulfield Stakes, £15 ? 315 J. M'ilsoD, jun., 1st Nursery Handicap, £160 ; 3rd Caulfield Cup, £150 ? 310 6. Milier, 1st First Steeplechase, £150; 2nd Handicap Hurdle Race, £25 ; 3rd Second Steeplechase, £15 .. .. .. .. ISO W. A. Menace, 1st Hurdle Race .. .. 1G5 J. Leek, list Windsor Handicap.. ... .. 100 H. C. White, 1st OauUield Stakes .... 160 J. C and E. Manifold, 1st Second .Steeple chase ? 150 1. Brown, 1st Selling Race .. .. ,. 100 B.iiley and Orr, 1st Maiden Plate „ .. 100 T. Canvker, 2nd Toorak Handicap ? .. . . 75 C. Cock, 2nd Debutant Stakes ? 75 G. Lyon, 2nd Second Steeplechase, £30 ; 3rd Hurdle Eace, £10 ? 45 E. Manifold, 2nd First Steep...

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THE MELBOURNE CUP. THE FINAL ACCEPTANCES. Melbourne, October 29. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

THE MELBOURNE ODE. THE FINAL ACCEPTANCES. Melbourne, October 29. The second and final forfeit of 5 bovb. has been paid for the Melbourne Cup, and the following 40 horses remain in ; — MELBOURNE COT. A handicap sweepstakes of 25 iora. each, with 8,000 bovb. added; second horse to receive 605 and. the third 250 sows, out of the stake. After the deda xataon of the weights lor this race the winner at any handicap flat race of the value of SO 6ovb. to cany 6 lb. extra; of lOOaovs.,5 1b. extra; of 200 bov*, 7 lh. extra ;«f S00 «ovs. or npnards, 10 lb. extra; provided fhgt .the winner «f Has AJ.0. or Y.BJ3. ^ O 1 Derby of 1895 Bhall cany in this race not lessUiaa weight for age. Two miles. Mr. W. E. Wilson's br h Havoc, 6 yrs. .. .. 0 10 Mr. 8. a, Cook's b h The Admiral, aged, includ ing 6 lb. penalty ? 8 6 Hr.C. Parker's brhBrockleigb, 6 yre ? 0 6 Hon. W. A. Long's ch g Hopscoth, 5 yts.. In cluding 10 lb. penalty .. .. ' .. 9 « Mr. J. PaltenWsbox brh Devon, Oyra. .- 8 13 Mr. J. Wilson, ju...

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VICTORIAN RACING. THE V.R.C. MEETING. Melbourne, October 28. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

VICTORIAN RACEsG. THE V.R.C. MEETING. Melbourne, October 28. Tho following handicaps have been declared in connection with the V.J&.C. meeting : — ? B0T1IAM I1AKHICAP. One mile and a half. Et lb. Quiver .. ' .. 9 4 Mostyu .. ..0 0 Possible .. .. 8 11 Newman .. .. S 10 Eiridsforde ..8 8 Foxtail .. ..8 8 Trier ? 8 6 Monastery .. ..8 0 Brilliant .. ..8 0 Oxide .. ..8 4 Music .. ..8 4 Bonnie Scotland' .. 6 2 J5 ? 8 2 Palo Alto .. .. 7 11 Straightflre ..7 9 Koyal Master ..7 9 Etlb. Kirkby .. ..7 0 Damper ' . . ..77 Burvabari .. ..7 6 Heroine ... .. 7 it Vivian .. ..7 2 Taurus .. ..7 2 Einmalca .. ..7 2 Reconstruction ..71 Strahan .. ..7 0 Toreador „ .. 6 13 Happy Jack .. 0 IS Mischief .. .. 6 13 Laura .. .. 6 10 Wolf ? 6 8 Damicn .. ..6 8 Eedcourt .. ..0 7 ECEDLB BACZ. Emmalea .. .. 12 11 PUotBoy .. .. 12 8 Rosestem .. .. 12 0 Hippie .. .. 11 11 Boots ,. ..11 2 liorago .. .. 11 0 Borderer .. ... 10 12 Gratiano .. .. 10 7 BischoS ., .. 10 6 Geometry „ .. 10 5 Corncrake .. .. 10 2 ...

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MOONTA JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

MOONTA JOCKEY CLUB. The following aro the acceptances received in connection with the Moonta Jockey Club's races to be held on Wednesday, November 6 : — Fltino Hasdicat.— Fenton, Worma, Barb Wire, Glowworm, Notlima, Wirabilis, Fairfield, Nalpha, Defamation, Maitland, Brunette, Sterope, and Bomba Lass. East Moonta Handicap.— Fenton, Korma, Ieingloss, Maitland, St George, Little Pearl, Nalpha, Arctic. Ararat, Fair Saxon, and Sierope. Hocinta Handicap.— Nalpha, Isinglass, St George, Arctic, John Bull, and Haughtiness. Fiost HunDiiBS.— Sir George, Molin, Lubra, The Actress, Count, Baccarat, Torclilight, Ararat* Eclipse, and Sunflower. Skiojid Hurdlbs.— Sir George, Defamation, Lubr% Midnight, Count, Sunflower, Baccarat, Torchlight, Brunette, Eclipse, and LiUle Pearl. TiciaJj Stakes. — Attrition, Soursobs, Kotlinnah, Glenlivet, Yeddie, Barb Wire. PelJah, and Lightfoot Tuot.— Maud, Eebecca, Kodger, Bob, Gavan, Fairy, Ijarrj-, Maud, Nellie, Jessie, B&vney, Banjo, Dollie, Fortuna, an...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

SPORTING NOTES. FBv JMentoh.] The Stewards of tho Dry Creek Racing Club last week held an enquiry into tho case of the maro Floral, who won tho Galloway Handicap at Dry Creek on Saturday, October li), but was unable to draw the correct weight after winning. After caref ally considering the circumstances of tho case it was decided to disqualify the nominator, Dechert, for two years from nominating or riding on the Dry Creek racecourse, and the mare Floral from running on the said course for the same period. Aureus was very sore after running in the Caulfield Cup, and together with Atlas and Grenadier will be sent bock to Sydney directly Atlas is well enough to travel. 'Yesterday all three were scratched for their V.R.C. engage ments. We are informed that Mr. W. Little, of Terowie, the lucky winner of Havoc in the St. Albans lottery, wired to Melbourne on Mon day accepting for the Melbourne Stakes to be run on Saturday, and also for the Melbourne Cup, bo that backers of this horse may...

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The Turf. RACES TO COME. NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

W\z%xd. RACES TO COME. NOVBMMIR. 2, 6, % 9.— Victoria Boeing Club (Spring Meeting). — First forfeit, Jtfaribyruong Plate, October 1 second forteit, October SI. Handicaps, Melbourne Cup, June 24 ; first forteit, August S : second forfeit October 29. 6.— Moonta Itoces. Nominations,'October 2. II.— Gawler Jockey Club. Nominations,. October 16; weights, October 22 ; acceptances, October 29. 1I-— Alaitltind Jockey Club. Nominations, Octobers. PBCBUBBC 26.— Port Adelaide Racing Club. 28.— Yorke's Peninsula Racing Club. 23. — Adelaide Boeing Club (Anniversary meeting). Jahuakv, 1890. 1. — S.A.J.C. Summer meeting. Feeruakv. 1.— A.R.C. Summer meeting. March. 17.— Port Adelaide Racing Club. APSOi. 0. — Onkaparinga Racing Club. 8.— Yorke's Peninsula KacingClub. 1L— S.A. Tattersoll's. Hat. 2, 0, and 0.— S.A.J.C. Autumn meeting. 23, 26, and 30.— A.R.C. Birthday meeting. JtrsB. 6— Gawler Jockey Club. 22.— S.A.J.C Winter meeting. 27.— Port Adelaide Racing Club. July. 18.— S. A. Tatteraall's.

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GAWLER RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

GAWLER BAGES. The following are -the acceptances for the Crawler raoes on November 11 :— IIAKDIO&P HURDLKTUOS. About one and three-quarter miles. st lb. Father Confessor .. 10 12 Ensign .. .. 10 10 Sir George .. .. 10 0 Minstrel Boy ., 10 0 The Speaker .. « 7 fltlb. Gipsy ^Jaoen .. 9 * Coquet .. ..0 2 Moili-Bawn ..0 0 Sailor .. „ 0 0 UAMDICAP BTSKPfcKCSASK. ' About two and a hall miles. Taradale .. .. 11 2 Coral .. io n Juliet .. 10 0 Sir George.. .. g xo Violin .. .08 William „ ..9 7 Sawfish „ *' o 5 Emerald .. .. OS Valcan .. .. 9 3 Starlight .. .. 9 * LadyGrizel .. « 0 King ? 9 0 Ulario .. „ 6 0 FLYINO UVUCDICAP. Sli flirinnra Wrangler „ ..9 0 First Bolt .. „. 8 10 Bumside .. ..8 2 Hamlet .. ..8 0 Eosedale .. ..7 7 Ulva ? 7 5 Wahiue .. ..7 8 Kingbolt .. .. 7 B Anglaise .. .. ? 7 S (Sermainc .. .. 6 12 Cl.rtoinnestra . . tJ 11 Quimbo . . . . 6 11 Sunset . . . . 6 10 Ulenrov .. ..6 7 PRINCE OF WALES 11 AKDICAT. One and e. quarter miles. Hamlet .. ..7 7 Ti'O'Jt .„ .. 7 B Sr....

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MAITLAND RACES. Maitland, October 25. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

MATTLAND RACES. Maitland. October 25. The following acceptances have b#en received for the Maitland races to be held on Monday, November II : — MiMLAii) Handicap.— John Bull, 9 st.; Haughti ness, 9sL; Fairfield, 8 sfc. 121b.; Arctic, 6*L 111b.; Fenton, 8 st. 9 lb.; Isinglass, 7 Bt. 12 lb.; Norma, 7 ut. 9 lb.; In Puturo, 7. st. 7 lb.; Glenlivct.7 rt. 4 lb.; Banjo, 7 st. 4 lb. Fuujt Hurdleb.— The Actress, 12 st 4 lb.; Bom bastic, ID Bt. 7 lb.; Midnight, 10 st. 5 lb.; Sunflower, 10 st. 2 lb.; Eclipse, 9 st. 12 lb.; Brunette, 9 st. 8 lb.; Lubra, 9 at. 4 lb.; Isinglass, 9 Bt. 2 lb.; Arrarat, 9Et.; Yorra, 9st. Yobkb ValijBy Handicap.— Fairfleld, 9 et. 2 lb.; Arctic, 9 «L ; Fenton, 8 et 12 lb. ; Bombastic, Set. 7 lb. ; Fair Saxon, 8 et. 61b.; Brunette, Bat. 61b.; Isinglass, 8 St.; Sterope, 7 et. 181b.: Norma, 7 st. 12 lb.; Banjo, 7 8t. 7 lh.; Arrarat, 7st 51b.; Maitland, 7 et. 5 lb. Fltinq Hakdicap.— Haughtiness, 9 st 3 lb.; Fenton, 8 Et. 12 lb.; Fair Saxon, 8 st. 7 lb.; Defamation, 8 st 8...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

MISCELLANEOUS. Meadows, October 24.— Mr. Nathan, the Government poultry expert, visited Meadows under the auspices of the local agricultural bureau yesterday and gave a demonstration of the process of caponiuing. In the evening he gave a lecture on the general question of poultry-raising for export, illustrating his remarks with the aid of a magic lantern. Kingston, October 21.— -In the council * chamber on Friday evening last, under the ''r auspices of the agricultural Bureau, an instruc ts tive and interesting lecture was given by Mr. t ' Laurie, of Adelaide, on poultry-breeding, &«. J--; He wa^ listened to with much attention and fe was given a hearty vote of thanks. E' Coulta, October 25. — Most of the shearing Bheds are cut out, and satisfactory returns have :' been shown. The Bronze wing Jfs now loading C Wool. She will take 240 bales away this trip, ]; and the balance will be ready by the time sue ? ' returns. j Hammond, October 26.— The funeral of Mrs. '1. Spurr and ...

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District Councils. ALMA PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

Mwixict €0unrik ALMA PLAINS. October 12.— Present— Cis. Humphrys (chair), Free bairn, liill, and Doyle. W. Ayiiffe fined £1 for cutting wood on the roads without a license. Stockport Council asked for co-operation in repairing boundary road; Cr. Doyle and overseer to inspect. Tenders accepted— Con. 21S, James Smyth, 2s. lUd. per cubio yard; 214, M. Hallion, 8s. Ou. do.; 215, BC Hollion, £,£ lls. per chain ; 216, H. Waltke, 2s. 3d. do. Works ordered— 3 chains metalling near J. Ereebaico's ; maintenance metal near Lawric's-bridge ; .regulating watercourse near Mrs. Hill's. Payments, £58 8b. 3d. ATOINGA. October 20.— Present— AIL Tenders accepted No. 22, J. Flower, 18a. ; 28, J. Groecke, £6 18s. ; 24, P. O'Brien, £2 6s. 9d. ; 26, J. Parker, £2 10a. ; 28, H. Parker, £4 5s. ; 27, W. Pritehard, £2 ; 28, J. Fisher, £8 10s. ; 29, W. Laaner, £2 ; SO, W. Marshall, 17c Cd. ; -31, John Parker, £L1 fo. ; 82, A. Gosden, £7 15s. ; 88, J. Phillips, £3 7s. ; 84, M. Quinn, £7 15s. ; 35, S. Broad, £3 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

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ON HIS HONOR. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

ON HIS HONOR. The scenes which attended tho suppression of the Parisian Commune in 1S71 were comparable in their horror to the terrible episode of the French Revolution in the last century. Hundreds of men and boys who, scarce knowing what they did, or, in the general confusion, to what force or agency their allegiance was really due, had joined the lately triumphant Commune, were led oub upon the plain of Satory, ruthlessly shot down by files of the soldiers of the new Kepublic, and buried in a common trench. This terrible period, however, was not with out its humane incidents. Here is the story of one of these. The order had been issued by the;nePKj!|tjB« ; publican authorities that Communist insur gents who were taken with arms should be pan to death immediately. - r^-^ The order was being relentlessly Executed when in the garden of the Elysee Palace, a detachment of Republican troops came^ipon a small band of armed insurgents. Among them was a boy of fifteen years, still in .kni...

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Young People. THREE BOYS IN AN EARTHQUAKE. AND THE ESCAPE OF TWO OF THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

iJomtg $zo$k. TREES BOYSIN AN EABTH QUAKE. AND THE ESCAPE OF TWO OF THEM. - [By Charles Edwards.] Dick Goodall yawned and exclaimed—' I say. Bob, it's too hot for anything, isn't it?' Bob .Vane agreed. He held the orange he was Bucking in a most languid manner. They were in the garden of the Piccola Sentinfila. Their respective fathers and mothers and sisters were in -the hotel drawing-room — an apartment which the boys both voted de testably dull Not a breath of wind stirred. The July evening was as stifling as it can be in the Mediterranean' in summer, and especially in the island of Isohiai 'I do wish,' gasped Dick,. 'the governor would leave this hole and get back to Eng land. What's the use of being here V 'The baths, I suppose,' said Bob, as he threw away the squeezed pulp of his orange. ' Yes, I know that. But as if they were a jpatch on the sea at home ! I say, let's stroll aown and find that little beggar who talks English,' 'It'll be hotter than ever by the sand,' muttered...

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Sunday Reading. THE DUTY OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

^trobag flmfring. ; TEE DUTY OF LIFE. [By the Bishop of Recon.] 'Ye call me Master and Lord, and ye say well, for BO I am.' If I, then, your Lord and Master, have washed your feet, ye also ought to wash, one another's feet '-{St. John xiii IS, 14.) We have often heard it said that there is a deep impressiveness about last words, and cer tainly if that be true there must be some special impressiveness in that final chapter of our Lord's teaching to His apostles upon earth. As we try to identify ourselves for a moment with that scene, we may well ask what His teaching will be at that supremo moment of TTia life. Has Ho reserved some great and wonderful mystery of Divine truth which, he desired to unveil to them ? Will He make dear to them some of those per plexing problems of human life, which dis tract and perplex us all ? Will He give Bome ? revelation of His own person and relationship to the world He created ? He did nothing of the kind. He represented to them, remember, as His -l...

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BRITISH POLITICS. THE AGRICULTURAL DEPRESSION. ASSISTANCE TO FARMERS. LONDON, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

BRITISH POLITICS. THE AGRICULTURAL DEPRES SION. ASSISTANCE TO FARMERS. London. October 31. The Marquis of Salisbury, addressing a meeting in London yesterday, declared that the result of the recent elections in returning the Conservative party to power would prove the turning point in the political history of Great Britain. In discussing the programme of the Govern ment his Lordship asserted that the depression which at present' existed throughout the farming community of Great Britain de manded immediate consideration, and the first act of the Government would be to give it their undivided attention. They proposed as the initial step in their endeavor to ameliorate the conditions under which the farming community now labored to increase the means of transit of agricultural produce, so that with greater facilities of carriage and the consequent reduction of freights the farmers would lie able to take fuller advantage of the markets than they were at present. In addition to cheapenin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

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LATE EDITION Latest News. GENERAL CABLE NEWS. LONDON, October 30. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

LATE EDITION Latest News. GENERAL CABLE NEWS. [by sttbmarisb cable.] [From our own Correspondent.] London. October 30. Owing to the desire of Sir John Thurston, High Commissioner for the Pacific, to com plete his plans for the better protection of life and trade in the Solomon Group his departure from England has been delayed. The Great Western and the Metropolitan Railway Companies have made arrangements to test the rail joint patented by Mr. R. A. White, engineer, of Adelaide, who recently arrived in England to introduce the patent. London. October 31. A wave of depression is reported to be sweeping over the Continent consequent upon the European situation, and business upon the Bourses is extremely dull.

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