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A MONEY-LENDER'S METHODS. Melbourne, October 30. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

A MONEY-LENDERS METHODS. Melbourne, October 30. The select committee of. the Legislative Council on the transactions of David Henry, money lender, sat to-day. George Elliott Cook stated .that he expected money from England and Henry had agreed to finance him for £30. He got him to sign a number of documents of which he did not know the meaning. He was charged £5 for » loan of £1 aud £150 for a loan of £30. He learned that his interest in the estate wus £400, fout Henry only gave hiyn £150. ' ' . .

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NEW SOUTH WALES PARLIAMENT. THE ROFE CONSPIRACY CASE. Sydney, October 30. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

NEW SOUTH WALES PAR LIAMENT. THE ROFE CONSPIRACY CASE. Sydney, October 30. In the Legislative Assembly to-day Mr. Sleath moved for a Special Committee to enquire into tbe prison system of the colony, alleging the existence of gross abuses. The motion was debated until tea time, when it lapsed through Government business being taken. The third reading of the Publio Service Biil was carried, after a vain effort on tho part of the Opposition to secure its recommittal On tbe motion for adjournment there was a strong outbreak of indignation on the part of the more radical section of the Chamber with regard to the suspension of the sentence on Rofe, a solicitor, under the First Offenders Act. It will be recollected that Mr. Heydon, the counsel for the prisoner, stated in court that he had the authority of the Attorney-General to state that he was favorable to the application of the First Offenders Act to the case. This formed the ground for grave complaint on the part of many memburs, who...

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EULOGIES IN PARLIAMENT. Melbourne, October 30. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

EULOGIES IN PARLIAMENT. Melbourne, October 30. When the Legislative Assembly met to-day at 3.30 p.m. a rumor had been received to the effect that a short while before Sir Jamss Patterson, the leader of the Opposition, who had been dangerously ill for a few days with influenza, had died, and there was conse quently rauch stir amongBt the members. The Speaker took the chair at half-past 3 o'clock, 'but vacated it while the rumor was being- verified. On resuminsr. The Premier said it was his painful duty to announce that Sir James Pat terson, who had been leading the Oppo sition, iad passed,- from amongst them. He noticed that tho ranks of the men who worked hard to make the colony what it is were being rapidly thinned, and he was certain members would join with him in de ploring tho loss of Sir James Patterson as a great one indeed. He had been acquainted with Sir James from the_ rime he first came to the House, and had received from him at all times uniform courtesy aud kindness, whi...

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REED V. JORDAN. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

REED V. JORDAN. The following, from the Liverpool Weekly Mercury, were wins scored in the recent Reed Jordan match : — . Game 1,025.— ' Glasgow' (irregular). Black, Jordan ; White, Reed. 11—15 11... 7 31-24 7...11 23—26 23.. .19 2—11 28... 3 14—18 15.. .18 8-11 26... 23 10—15 11... 15 9—13 22.. .17 11—15 25.. .22 18-23 18...23 9-14 31... 27 6—10 21... 17 13—22 25. .22 5— 9 13... 6 6— 9 23.. .30 11—16 17.. .13 15—18 3... 7 16-19 24.. .20 12—16 22.. .15 4— 8 2... 7 16-23 22.. .18 10-26 7... 2 19—23 27...U 15—22 6... 2 8—12 7...10 7—16 20...29 26—31 2... 7 31—26 20.. .11 22-31 2... 7 12—16 10.. J4 3— 8 29...25 1— 6 7... 2 And Reed won. ? i Game 1,029.— 'The Single Corner.' Black, Reed ; White, Jordan. 11-15 12-16 3— 7 10-14 19—28 22...18 21...17 24.. .19 18... 9 18...14 15—22 8—12 15—24 5—14 28—32 25.. .18 17.. .13 28...19 27.. .24 8... 3 8-11 7—10 14—17 14-17 7— 11 29.. .25 27.. .24 22. .18 22...18 14... 9 4_ 8 9—14 1— 5 17—22 6—10 24.. .20 18... 9 26.. .22 19.. .15 3... 8 10—15 5—14 ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

TO CORRESPONDENTS. ' Peoar,' Murray Bridge.— It is a product of the animal kingdom. ' Gehald,' Malvern.— All the societies are worked on the same lines, but the oldest societies tmytfv the most frequent appropriations. ;.' ? ' Successful Oaxdujatk,' Gawler.— Certificates are not iesued. 'Milk.'— 1. No. 2. No one can sell milk in the city without a license ; see bv-law No. 08. ' J. G. Solomons.'— 'Lord Richmond was scratched between 12 o'clock and half-post on the day of the race. ' DEMOCRAT/'.Bowhi'J.— 1. Two. 2. Yes ; from the returnin^-otScer for the district. 3. To the return ing officer for the district 4. No. ♦'ScBSCRiBBa,' Kersbrook.— We have made en quiries from people in the trade and they say it is too early in the season to be able to give any idea as to what the price will be. 'Sukbuadb,' Kilkenny.— Straw hats may be cleaned by washing with soap and water, then rinBing in clean water and drying in the air. Wash over after wards with white of egg well beaten. ' Almakao.'— ...

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DRAUGHTS. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

DRAUGHTS. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Attention is particularly directed to the following rules :— All correspondence in this department to be marked 'Draughts.' Correspondents in sending games for publication to write on one side of the paper only, to use the ordinary draughts notations and to give the moves of Black and White consecu tively, as in the games below, where Black's moves are indicated by a dash and White's by dots between the numbers. Solutions to accompany all problems.] REFERENCE BOARD. BLACK. WHITE. PROBLEM No. 406. By Mr^A. B. Jones, Ifrom the Melbourne Leader. BLACK. WHITE. White to play and draw.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

ROYAL SfiELT ALMANAC FOR 189 6. PRICE SIXPENCE. The Royal Sheet Almanac published by the proprie tors of The Advertiser, Chronicle, and Exprasg, con taining a large amount of useful information, cor rected to the latest date, will be ready for issue shortly. To ensure early delivery orders should be sent In withoutdeUv. j.L.BONITHONfeOO.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

SPECIAL ' CHRONICLE^ PRICES, been prepared specially for identification of orders with i the ChronxcU. ifSrtfier a f RESENT will be sent with all ordens of £1 and upwards ^]?A»re OF PAPEE iTMENTIONED atTlUE 0FOBDEB1NG. PACKING FRSSC ? m ? ' He is 'well served who is well satisfied.' UPHOLSTER!} OHE^1T FOB No Seaweed or Straw Stuffing, and no Shoddy work in any respect Every Line Guaranteed Good. If vou DON'T want NICE GOODS we shall have to dis appoint you ;, but the GOODS ARE CHEAP. Drawing-room Suites, OUR OWN MAKE. Designs too nuinerouB for description. STUFFED SUITES, £4, £4 16s., £5 15s., £6 15s., £7 15s., £8 10s., £10 10s., to £22 10s. . . _. _ . In nothing else can greater rubbish be made than m Stuffed Suites, but if you wrote that you wanted a suite of given value, adding whether light or dark covering, you could be sure of com plete satisfaction. All Plnsli Chairs, 32s. fid. Walnut Color Frames to fold up for transit, bacU high, and with treat pluBh covered and well stuffe...

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TELEGRAPHIC MATCH WITH NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

TELEGRAPHIC MATCH WITH' NEW SOUTH WALES. -' The sub-committee have selected 10 of the 12 players to represent South Australia in the forthcoming match to be played on Saturday, November 9, as follow : — Messrs. ' Gharlick, Coombe, Fuss, Harrison, Holloway, Hilton,. McArthur, Monk, Nairn,- and Pavia. The names of the other two players have not been decided upon as yet. - The secretary of the association has received a letter from Mr. G. B. Hall, hon. secretary of the New South Wales team, suggesting that all unfinished games be continued on the fol lowing Saturday, or if a player is unable to do so the game to be referred to Mr. F. K. Esling, of Melbourne, for adjudication, and this has been agreed to by the association. Sydney, October 25. Great interest is being taken by chess players in the forthcoming match on the Prince- of Wales's Birthday between South Australia and New South Wales. The follow ing are the New South Wales players and emergencies chosen in order of merit: — Mess...

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THE HASTINGS CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

THE HASTINGS CONGRESS. The following is one of Dr. Tarrasch's brilliant games, hie opponent being the vete ran, H. E. Bird :— „ WHITE. BLACK. Dr. Tarrasch. H. E. Bird. Sicilian Defence. 1. P to K 4 2. KttoKB3 3. KttoB3 4. PtoQ4 5. KttakosP 6.. B to K 3 7. B to K Z 8. q to Q 2 9. Castles KH lO.PtoKR^ 11. PtoB4 12. QRtoQsq 13. Kt takes Kt 14. P to K 5 15. P takes P;--r - 16. B to Kt 4' 17. QtoKB2 18. KttoQ5 19. KttakesP(a) 20. Ktto.QS 21. B to B 5 ch 22. KttoK7ch 23. R to Q 5 . 24. R takes Q 25. RtoKsq 26. BtoQ4 27. Q takes B 1. P toQB4 2. Kt to Q B 3 i 3. PtoKKt3 4. P takes P 5. B to Kt 2 C. Pto KB4 7- P to Q 3 8. BtoQ2 9. Rt to B 3 10. QtoBsq 11. KtoBsq 12. PtoR5 13. B takes Kt 14. P takes P 15. Kt to R 4 10. QtoB2 17. BtoKsq 18. Q takes KP 19. B to K B 3 20. BtoKt2 21. KtoKtsq 22. KttoR2 23. KttoKt6 24. B takes R 25. B takes P 2C. B takes B 27. PtoB4 28. Kt takes P, and White wins. (a) The Times Weekly remarks that Dr. Tarrasch pointed out and seemed rather proud of the combination...

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

CONT&&TX. Advertisements ? J. 2,3,4,8,45.46,47,48 Keedles .. ? .. .. .. 4 Shipping News ? ' .. 6 Commercial ,. .. .. ? 6 2Sirths, Marriages, and Deaths .. .. .. S' Solar and Lunar Calendar ? .. 8 To Correspondents ? 8 Leaders. — Our New Governor— The Btate Ad vances Bill ? 8-9 TheWcek ? 9 CountryNews ? .. .. 10—27 Telegraphic News ? 11—24 TheTurf .. ? 12—28 The Parliament ? 13 Law Courts ? 13 Correspondence .. .. ? .. 13 Mining Intelligence ? 14 GeneralNew8 ? 15-24 District Councils ? 23 Athletics ? 30 Cricket ? 31 Homing ? .. .. 32 Amusements .. .. ? 32 Aquatics ? ? 32 Poetry ? 33 Literature.— A Man's Privilege (Dora Russell)— When Greek Meets Greek (Joseph Hatton)— Mrs. Tregaskis (Mrs. Campbell-Praed)— Notices of New Books ? 33-0 Ladies' Column.— London Fashions and Frivoli ties— The Art of Dininjr— On Feminine Cycling —Women in the Twentieth Century— The Art of Laughing— A Woman's a Woman for a' That —Gossip— The House ? 36-7 Sunday Reading.— The Duty of Life .. ....

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SEMAPHORE V. UNLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

SEMAPHORE V. UNLEY. The Semaphores met the Unleys at Flecker's Cafe on Friday evening, October 25. The Unleys felt the loss of Sir. Appeiley, who last season captained their team, and unless they can get a couple of strong players to help them this season it is quite possible they will have to follow the Hind marsh Club and withdraw. They could only muster eight against the Semaphores, ' and consequently lost one by .forfeit. The full scores were :— Semaphore— McArthur, Oj Pavia, 4 ; Butler. 1 ; Evans, J ; McLennan, 1 ; Mallyon, 0 ; Horton, 1 ; Jams, 1 ; Ward, 1 ; total, 6. Unley— B., yr. Swan, 1 ; A. Soinerrille, J ; Steve Impett, 0; Geo. Latham, »4;M. Burgess, 0« F. .Hook, 1; D. Daniels, 0 ; .W.-'Harley, 0 ; forfeited* 0 ; total, 3. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION. . The assistant secretary has received from Mr. Hot* Jowoy his decision upon the three games that were referred to him lor adjudication in connection with the match that was played between Norwood and St. .Peters on Saturd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

Special Advertisements. ; Fresh Air and Exercise. Get all l'1*^. that's pos- / ^^V sible of js I Vsi**^*' both, if in v / \L^^ need of ?'?^r&jft— '»ni]jCT. ' strength, '^Z&Sl&^S^S?' flesh and ^=^'^^^c~^' nerve force. There's need, too, of plenty of fat food. bull h UiEUgoiUfl of Cod Liver Oil builds up flesh and strength quicker than any other preparation known to science. Scoffs Emulsion is constantly effecting Cure of Consumption^ Bronchitis, and kindred dis eases where other methods fail, Scott & Downs. Ltd.. London. All Ohomist* QTODDASD'B POETFOLIO OF PHOTOGRAPHS. '. .SERIES OF VIEWS EACH WEEK on the same lines as BEAUTIFUL BRITAIN. COMPLETE in 16 PARTS, Each containing Sixteen Photographic Views Selected from EUROPE, ASIA, AFRICA, AUSTRALIA, and AMERICA. PART I. Panorama of Paris Ann Hathaway'e Cottage, Stratford-on-Avon Ellen's Isle, Loch Katrine Blarney Castle, Ireland Panorama of Stockholm, Sweden Group of Lapps, Norway Heidelberg Castle, Ger...

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CHESS NOTES. FORTHCOMING MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

CHESS NOTES. FORTHCOMING MATCHES. Nov. 2. Gawler v. Unley, at Gawler. ' 6. Unley v. Norwood, at Flecker's. ' 8. St. Peters v. Semaphore, atFlecker's. In an article contributed to the Saturday Review Pillsbury speaks in complimentary terms of the oerforniances at Hastings of the representatives of English chess. The tribute paid to Steinitz is as follows : — ' Ho has been called the master of modern chess in opposi tion to Paul Morphy. The name is not un deserved. Some nave taken pleasure in com paring Paul Morphy and Steinitz to Napoleon and Moltke as opponents of very different kinds of strategy. Like other masters in the. past Morphy never hesitated to sacrifice a piece or even two in developing some brilliant combination of attack, whereas Steinitz was among the first to insist that no advantage should be fjiven to one's opponents unless a positive gam was seen to be the result of it. He has always declared that an infinitesimal advantage if well used is sufficient to win a game,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

S70TI6£S TO ADVSETSSSHS. ? ?'?- 0, PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. THE FOLLOWING AllE THE BATES CHARGED FOR ADVERTISEMENTS . ? ? IN 'THE CHRONICLE':— ? 8 3 4 S 0 7 or 8 OorlO 11 IS Lines. Lines. Lines. Lines. Lines. Lines. Lines. Lines. Lines, t s. d. s. d. e. d. s. d. s d. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. One Insertion .. ..10 16 20 30 36 040060066060 Two Insertions .. ??2° 30 40 00 70 0900 10 00 11 00 12 0 Three Insertions . .? ..28 4 0 & 5 8 1 0 6 0 12 2 0 13 6 0 H 10 0 16 2 Four Insertions .. ..3 0 6 3 7 0 10 0 12 S 0 15 9 0 17 0 0 19 3 110 Five Insertions .. ..44 07 89 13 3 15 6 0 19 811 11 141103 Six Insertions .. ..50 78 10 2 15 4 17 10 1301501811 10 7 Remittance must in all cases accompany Order or Advertisement cannot be inserted. lx334c

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Little Folks. AUNT DOROTHY'S. LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

.?:;Mttkv^|olfe0.' *???_?. —1 ? 2-;' AUNT DOROTHYS. LETTER. I My dear Nephews and 'Nieces— In one of :; - ??? ' my earlier letters I told you a story about your ; V ' Uncle George having seen some fishes playing ?'?'-V like school children and Beeming as though '-' *4!hey were 'enjoying themselves just aschildren ? do 'when they are at play. I have also several : tames told you that the actions of animals and ? ' insects would lead one to suppose that they f \ can think. . I have been told something quite f lately that seems to me to show that a fish can ? think, and act upon u-hat it thinks. A eentle ? man who had a square glass tank with fish in it thought he would teach the fish to ask for . their food/ To do this he had 6Oine little belk ? iixed ou'an iron bar which crossed the tank at ''some distance above the water. To each bell there was a string tied, which on being pulled rang the bell, the strings being in the water and on the ends he at times put fiieB and other dainty li...

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Shipping News. ARRIVED—OCTOBER 25. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

Shipping jteto& AEEIVED— Ootobee 25. New Guinea, steamer (Mcllwraith and McEaebarn line), 1,700 tons, E. Deed, from Melbourne October 22. Mcllwraith, McEacharn, and Co., City ; James Eawlings and Sons, Fort, agents. Passengers— Mesdames Alwinton and family, Mrs. Forsyth and child, Mrs. Hartle and family, Solomon, Hilton, Dunn aud family, Mdllee. Cole (2), Renon (2), and Solomon (2), Messrs. Gillatly, Kinnard, McMullen, Lindsey, Todd, Bernard, Williams, Hanstein (2), Taylor, Hilton, Curthays, Naples, Jenkins, Jones, and Hartle, in the cabin ; and 60 va the second cabin. RooKTOJf, steamer (A.U.8.N. Co.), 1,107 tons, W. J. Siinpson, Irom Sydney October 19, Melbourne 23rd. A. Woodroffe, purser. Harrold Bros., agents. Pas sengers— Hesdames Farr, Lord and child, Smith, J. H. Brown and two children, Denleigh and two chil dren, Lucas and child, Heiron, and Gorrie, Misses Fayne, L. Fry, Mack, Pyne, Smith, Hallett, and P.*u-se!l, Messrs. F. Smith, F. P. Pitt, H. Kefiel, A. Keunelt, G....

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SOLUTIONS OF PROBLEMS. No. 1,982 (F. R. Gettins). Key move—-B to Kt 2. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

SOLU riONS OF PROBLEMS. ? ' No. 1,982 -F.R.Gettins). Key move-nB to Kt 2. Solved by 'Aldebaran, Birkenhead; ' J.E.P.,' Nelson-Btreet ; ' Borneo,' Kensing ton; 'Amicus,' Adelaide (key-move very easily found); 'Nemos,' Norwood (a nice problem) ; 'F. J/*'. Adelaide ; ' H.K.,' Nor wood ; and ' Critic,' Unley (remarkably good —no less than a dozen good variations). . No. 1,983 (P.G.L.F.). WHITE. BLACK. ft QtoKt2 1. KtakesP 2. R to Kt 3 ch 2. K to B 5 3. Q mates Solved by ' Aldebaran,' Birkenhead ; 'Amicus,' Adelaido (a very neat problem) ; 'F.J.,' Adelaide; 'J.G.R.,' Semaphore; and ' Critic,' TJnley (not very difficult).

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LUNAR AND SOLAR CALENDAR—NOVEMBER. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

-XUNAB AND SOLAE CALENDAR— NOVEMBER. - ; . . ''? PflABES OK TUB JIOOH. Full Moon ... .. .. 3rd day, Oh. 19ni. o.m. lafitiQuarter .. .. . . 10th day, fch. 7rn. a.m. 'New Moon ? 17th day, 2b. 12m. a.m. First Quarter ..' .. . . 24th day, 4h. 19m. p.m. T»nvn ?* ? n,t- Bun Sun Moon Moon ' *? Da-8- 3Dflte- riees. seta rises. sets. a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. - *Wday .. '.. 1 4.40 0.13 6.6 3.3S Saturday .. 2 4-45 0.14 8.0 4.3 Sunday.. .. 3 4.44 0.1S 7.9 4.33 Monday .. 4 4.43 0.10 8.14 6.8 Tuesday .. 6 4.42 0.17 0.17 6.60 Wednesday .. 0 4.41 0.18 10.17 0.42 Sburcday .. 7 4.40 0.19 11.10 7.41 Jftiday.. .. 8 4.40 0.20 11.27 -8.47 Saturday .. 9 4.39 0.21 11.65 9.57 Sunday.. .. -10 4.38 0.22 a.m.31 11.7 Monday .. 11 4.37 6.23 1.7 p.m. 18 Tuesday .. 12 4.37 0.24 1.80 1.27 Wednesday .. 13 4.80 0.25 2.6 2.30 Thursday .. 14 4.35 0.20. 2.35 3.47 tfWday .. .. 16 4.31 0.27 3.6 4.59 Saturday .. 10 4.34 0.28 3.40 6.11 Sunday.. .. 17 4.33 0.29 4.20 7.24 Monday .. IS 4 32 6.30 6.8 8.31 Tuesday .. 19 4.32 0.31 6.2...

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Chess and Draughts CHESS. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

€h£00 nxib draughts CHESS. TO CORRESPONDENTS. Games and problems for publication and solutions of problems should be addressed 'Chess Editor, Chronicle Office.' PROBLEM No. 1,988. By P. H. Williams, British Chess Magazine. BLACK. WHITE. White to play and mate in two moves, PROBLEM No. 1,989. By Mrs. W. J. Baird (Selected). BLACK. ' ; ' WHITE. ?' ??- . White to play and mate in ihbee mores. '

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