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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

CADBURY'S COCOA. :,J A stimulating and sustaining- cup— made Instantly. i ? ' ? ek!16ei ??..] ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S B 41 VUXS is warranted ;?;?; to cure all discharges from the Urinary Organs in ?- either eex (acquired or constitutional), Gravel, and ? ::: Pains in the Back, Guaranteed tree Irom Mercury. . . : Sold in boxes. 4s. 6d. each, by all Chemists and Patent ? iledidae Vendors. Sole Proprietors. Ti»LiKcom abb - Midlakb COTCIUS Dava Co., Lincoln, England. :v : __.-?. ????- '- wfln - -.v

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

MISCELLANEOUS. Maixala, Octolwr 30.— Bishop Harsnerheld a confirmation service in St. Peter's Church to-day, when 13 candidates were presented by the Rev. T. Wbnhington. The bishop after wards proceeded to Balaklava to hold a similar service. — The farmers are beginning to cut their hav, but in many cases the return will be light. This is the driest October -ever known in this district. Auburn, October 27.— On Sunday, October 13, Mrs. YV. J. McDonald, who had reached the age of SO years, passed away rather sud denly. She arrived in South Australia in August, 2839, by the ship Somersetshire, and up to 1S48 resid'ed in Adelaide. She then re moved to WiUiamstown, and from there to Auburn, where she has resided for the last 37 years. Parachilxa, October 21. — A pleasant gathering took place at tho Par-acbilna Insti tute last week, when a respectable number of residents in the locality assembled to bid fare well to Mr. J. R. and Mrs. Johnson. Tho former has been in the Government employ ...

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

I eHLYERT*S earbolic Preparations. 1 I AWARDED 70 GOLD AND SILVER MEDALS AND DIPLOMAS. I [jiy /''JALVERTS CARBOLIC Tooih Powder and Tooth (j— | w Paste— largest sale of any Dentifrices ; most : fcff|| effective. for preserving the Teeth, and useful to =i.'| prevent infection by inlialation. 6dnls.,aiidl6.6d. ny Tins; 6d., Is. and Is. 6d.Pots. j {71 /^JALVEBTS Dekto-Pbenolene— a boon to Smokers, and I ujj x-r a deiicious Antiseptic Mouth-wash. Sweetens the fjlj Breath and Preserves the Teeth, is. 6d., and iMl ? 2s. 6d. Bottles. ? ';' Uj] f ALVERT'S CARBOLIC Toilet Soap— best Antiseptic =j *^ Soap for the Skin and Complexion, and helps to IJIJ ? prevent contagion. Is. 6d. 3-tab. Boxes. ? ?'' Im /^ALVERrS CARBOLIC Medical Soap— recommended =» It ty late Sir Erasmus Wilson, F.R.S., for Skin ; JT1 Ailments, 'will prevent or remedy Mosquito and IIM other Insect bites. Is. Tablets, each in Box. lj[| y^ALVERTS Pbicbxt-Hbat Soap— Excellent for the =£1 ^ Bath, and very refreshing in warm weat...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JAMESTOWN MILITARY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

JAMESTOWN MILITARY SPORTS. Jamestown, October 31. — The annual mili tary sports in connection with the Jamestown Mounted Rifles were held in the Recreation Keserye yesterday and were particularly suc cessful. The weather, though warm; was pleasant and favorable and the attendance very fair considering the time of year. An all-comers' rifle match was fired in the morn ing and won by Lieutenant Sampson, of Glad stone. A pool match was won by Captain Reade. The following were the results : — ? Best Drilled Section.— Private Thyert section, 1 ; Sergeant Bur-ford's section, 2. Best Turnout— Private Thyer and Private Graham, equal ; Private Ferguson, 8. Boys' Race, under 18 years, 120 yards.— F. Goodes, 1 ; H. Nicholson, 2. Military Horse Race, about three-quarters of a mile (first 30s., second ISs., 11 st up).— Lieutenant Humphris's Nanki Poo, 1; Private Richardson's Tommy, 2. Military Foot Race, 120 yards.— Private Sicfaard son, 1 ; Sergeant Fay, 2. Cleaving Turk's Head.— Private Franci...

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

M AJOT III DDDO 'BURLINGTON' HOUSE, A I* C I llltE ^ MAK I IN dKUo. bundle-street AU tLAIUt. i AND 'PORTLAND HOUSE,' BASINGHALL-ST., E.C., LONDON. ? LEADING DRAPERS AND GENERAL PROVIDERS. ESTABLISHED If EARLY SALF A CENTURY. MARTIN BROS., BDRLIETON HOUSE. SPECIAL PRICE-LISTS PUBLISHED IN CONNECTION WITH THEIR 'CHOPPING BY pOST' ST'STE IMI. The Advertiser says :— ' A popular firm, where to day will be seen a great display of Summer Novelties, is Burlington House.' The S.A. Register eayB: — 'Messrs. Martin Bros. Cater for every section of the public.' The Express says :— ' Messrs. Martin Bros.— a popular firm.' The Register says:— 'Martin Bros, have always been known for the 'up-to-dateness' oT all their goods. A visit to their establishment is a revelation.' THIS SPECIAL PBICE-LIST has been carefully compiled to facilitate MARTIN BROS.' increasing country trade, and it is an impor tant fact that their large stock of every kind of MANCHESTER G*ODS has been purchased when the prices we...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Country News. (For other Country News see page 27. THE MILLICENT SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

(SMunteg Itefea (For other Comiry Nmt tee pa&e S7.) — THE MHiLICENT SHOW. MrxLidfetrr, October 31.— The annual show was held yesterday and to-day. The weather was splendid. The exhibits in stock were large and good. Inside the display of flowers and dairy produce was not so large nor as good as formerly. The attendance was about equal to that of last year. An excursion train from Mount Gambier yesterday was well patro nised. Financially the show was a decided success. -

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE HOUSE. COLD DISHES FOR HOT WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

TEE HOUSE. COLD DISHES FOR HOT WEATHER. Aspabagds Salad. —Drain one can of asparagus tips; throw into cold water ; drain again immediately and wipe dry. Put into a salad bowl and pour over it French dressing-. Cod Salad. —Soak salt cod over night. Boil separately potatoes, carrots, and onions ; chop; fine and add to the cod, which has been pre viously cooked and shredded. Make a dressing of one beaten egg, chopped parsley, fresh mar joram, oil, vinegar, salt, and pepper to taste. Bread Salad. — Cut into pieces about half an inch square a stale loaf of bread ; chop equal parts of cold boiled potatoes, tomatoes, and cucumbers ; season with a little-grated onion,; one tablespoonful of oil, the juice of two lemons, pepper and salt, and chopped parsley ;' mix with the bread ; let stand for a quarter of an hour before serving. Beet Salad. — L Choose six large beets; bake them in a slow oven ; peel and cut into small squares. Peel and cut into rounds six button onions, pour boiling water o...

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

THEIR NAME IS LEGION Who testify to the merits of Wolfe's Schnapps for removing indigestion, urinary disorders, and rheumatism ; also to its admirable Savor. .

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

LADIES' GOSSIP. The Princess Louise now rides a bicycle. When a newspaper affirmed some time ago thafthe daughters of tho Prince of Wales were enthusiastic cyclists the statement was semi officially denied, apparently with indignation^ But (writes a contemDorary) there is no nufl» take about the Princess Louise being a devotee of the wheeL The Paris Prefect of Police, it is said, is con templating the application of the . law of male impersonation to the growing number of pseudo-cycle women who frequent the Boule vard St. Michel and the students' quarter dressed in costume. The Temps and other papers maintain not only that the legal pro cess would be most cumbrous, but that it would end in bona fide lady cyclists being molested. The Lady's Pictorial Bays:— 'Yet another hobby has been borrowed from the * masses' by the 'classes,' if it be true, as we are assured, that a craze for being tattooed is spreading rapidly over the fashionable world. Toe medical paper which draws attention t...

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

Wxt'Wktk Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton and Lady Vic toria Buxton, accompanied by four meinbera of their family, Captain Guise, and Mr. Conybeare, arrived by the R.M.S. Austral on Tuesday. The. viceregal party were met at the anchorage by the Ministers and members of Parliament according to the official pro gramme, and were escorted t& the city, reach ing Government House shortly after midday. ' - ; In the afternoon Sir Fowoll took the oatliB o£ office, and afterwards presided at a meeting of V the Executive Council, at which the usual pro- v clamation was issued. His Excellency has ap pointed Captain tho Hon. A. E. J. Henniker Major as his private secretary, and Captain H, J. W. Guise as aide-de-camp. His Excellency held his first official levee on Thursday and it was largely attended. After the guests had paid their respects an address of welcome was presented to Sir Fowell Buxton by the representatives of the Wesleyan Methodist Church. In the after noon the congratulatory addre...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE STATE ADVANCES BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

THE STATE ADVANCES BILL. The vicissitudes undergone by the State Advances Bill in the Assembly constitute the most remarkable chapter of the pre sent session's history.* From the first the Credit Foncier proposals were prejudiced by the popular agitation sedulously fomented in - the alleged interests of Savings Bank depositors. A good many opponents acted on the principle referred to by Lord Bacon as always efficacious, 'Calumniate boldly — for some of It will stick.' There was never a more transparent fiction than that tha Bill was designed to confis cate the Savings Bank deposits and reserve fund. This mendacious charge was confuted by the express provisions of the Bill itself,' but. even when that fact could no longer be disguised, undismayed opponents simply changed their ground, and affecting to pry into the dark'recesscs of the Ministerial mind, discovered there the villaiious schemes of spoliation, which with Machiavellian cunning the Govern ment had apparently excluded from ...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The Chronicle. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1895. OUR NEW GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1895. OUR NEW GOVERNOR. The people of tlie colony, and its climate, joined on Tuesday in extending a warm wel come to his Excellency the Governor, Lady Victoria Buxton, and their family. la weather which unseasonably provided a .near approach to the ardent heat of midsummer the protracted proceedings of the day must have been found somewhat trying as the immediate sequel to a long sea-voyage. ' The meteorological conditions were, however, in one sense not inappropriate to the occasion, and from the warmth J-hat characterised the popular and official reception accorded him our neyr Governor must ha yve Realised that it was no, more formality.;*.- Tho Queen's representative met with a greeting BUch as loyal South .Australians well know how to give. It was all the more hearty because, apart from the dignity of his position, what was known of Sir Fowell Buxtbn had strongly recommended him to the people over whom he has to rule, and to whoin he comes distinctly pers...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
METEOROLOGICAL NOTES. Friday, November 1. FORECASTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

METEOROLOGICAL NOTES. Friday, November 1. Forecasts. Forecast of probable weather from Friday after noon till Saturday night. Issued at 1.15 p.m. Over South Australia.— Generally fine, with cool south-west and southerly winds. Moderate sea. Over Victoria (supplied by Mr. Baracchi).— Fine inland, cloudy on coast, with scattered showers ; cool weather, with light to. fresh south-westerly winds. Sea moderate. Over New South Wales (supplied by Mr. H. C. Russell).— Light north winds, veering to south-west and south. Weather unsettled, with some rain and thunderstorms. Ciiaules Todd, Government Astronomer.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE CENTRAL MINE. COMPLETION OF SALE. Melbourne, October 27. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

THE CENTRAL MINE. COMPLETION OF SALE. Melbourne. October 27. The sale of the Central Broken Hill Bilver miue was completed yesterday, and a further sum of £20,000 has been paid on account of the Eurchase money. The balance, £147,500, will e paid within 30 days from October 20. The ore return of tbe Central mine for the week ended October 24 was : — One i umace ran full time, treating 233 tons, producing 101 tons 10 cwt. of bullion, containing 1,244 oz. of silver, averaging 61 oz. of silver par ton and 43$ per cent, of lead per ton.

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A NARROW ESCAPE FOR A SHIP. Melbourne, October 27. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

AN ARROW ESCAPE FOR A SHIP. Melbourne, October 27. The iron ship Hartfield, which arrived in the bay on Saturday morning from New York with a particularly inflammable cargo, met with an electric storm shortly after taking her departure, and at midnight was struck by lightning. Her spar was struck, and 4 ft. of it was carried away. Captain Morely states that he never before experienced such an electric storm. There were 35,500 oases of kerosirie, ammunition, turpentine, and other inflammables on board,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SUPPOSED SUICIDE. Melbourne, October 25. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

SUPPOSED SUICIDE. Melbourne. October 25. When the express train arrived at Bendigo to-nijjht a portion of a woman's underclothing and blood stains were noticed on the under gear of the first carriage and engine. The clothing was taken out and the line examined. At Kangaroo Flat the polios found the body of a young woman terribly mutilated. The trunk and legs were in one placo, while the upper portion of the body, the arms and gloved hands, were in another. This seemed to indicate that the head and shoulders were on the outside of the rails with the arms stretched out. Tho deceased was a single girl, May MacPherson, the daughter of a mining engine driver. A goods train had passed over the body, and her father and brother were found with tho corpse when the police arrived. The police think it looks like suicide, but no cause ib yet known.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE SCONE TRAGEDY. BROWN SHOOTS HIMSELF. Sydney, October 25. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

THE SCONE TRAGEDY. BROWN SHOOTS HIMSELF. Sydnev, October 25. Martha Hayne, who was shot by William Brown at Seoue last night, died tbifi morning. The police ofheers set out to arrest Brown, who was camping in a tent, and as soon as he saw them approaching he shot liimself fatally. Brown* was a member ot a respectable family, but was reputed to be eccentric. Mise Hayne bad refused to marry him.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NEW ZEALAND PARLIAMENT. Wellington, October 27. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

NEW ZEALAND PARLIAMENT. Wellington, October 27. In the House cf Representatives on Satur day a- motion dissenting from the agreement for the purchase of the Colonial Bank by the Bank of New Zealand was negatived by 29 votes to 23, and the Bill validating the purchase agreement was passed by both Houses. Wellington, October 29. A Bill to empower the appointment of an extra Minister was thrown out of the House of Representatives to-day by 29 votes to 19. The agreement between the Colonial Treasurer and Messrs. Huddart, Parker, & Co., for a weeidy mail service between New Zealand and Vancouver was laid on the table of the House for ratilication. The subsidy, if either Auck land or Wellington is made the terminal port, is £30,000 per annum. The contractors have the option jf calling at Suva and Honolulu. The first trip is to start from New Zealand no?' later than December 1, 1896, and the steamers must not carry colored labor.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GARROTING IN MELBOURNE. Melbourne, October 27. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

GARBQTfNG IN MELBOURNE. Melbourne, October 27. William Monaghan and Arthur Wi'son, with several aliases, were arrested to-day on a charge of Rarroting Thomas Tjloyd, employed at the Melbourne Coffee Palace. Lloyd wag attacked in Union-lane, &nsL was left insen sible, being brutally knocked about. The robbers took 4s. 6d. in silver. Lloyd 4ies in the Melbourne Hospital in a critical con dition.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TRAGEDY ON THURSDAY ISLAND. Thursday Island, October 27. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

TRAGEDY ON THURSDAY ISLAJTD. _ Thursday Island, October 27. loski, an eld Japanese diver, entered the house of Mrs. Tommy, the widow of the Japanese who won the Tattereall's £20,000 Carbme sweep some years back, at ,4.30 on Saturday morning and fired a revolver at her. The bullet broke her arm and entered her body below the heart. Toski then went to a Japanese boardinsr-house owned by 1 ugita Tasu, who was lying asleep, and fired the revolverathim, the bullet coming out behind the man's shoulder. Toski then Bnot himself dead. The victims are now in the hospital in a precarious condition. Jealousy is supposed to have been the cause of the tragedy. Thursday Island, October 28. Mrs. Tommy, the Japanese widow who was shot by Toski on Saturday, died yesterday. Fugita Tasu, the other victim, is in a critical condition.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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