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No title [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

TheBorder TTateAsays:— The potatoes stacked at the railway-station have ail been sent to market, a very large part of them at from 10s. to 13s. per ton, but Beveral hundred tons re main in the hands of some large growers out si de. These, as picked over, are being gradually sent away at the ruling price, 10s. per ton. During the fortnight ended Oqtobar 26 the quautity sent by rail to market VOB 203 tons 9£ owti,

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ALLEGED FRAUDS ON THE CUSTOMS. Sydney, October 30. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

ALLEGED FRAUDS ON THE CUSTOMS. Sydney, October 30. For some time past the Customs authorities have had a suspicion of extensive frauds with regard to jewellery imported into the colony. On Monday last a search-warrant was issued against Messrs. Stewart, Dawson, & Co., big jewellers, of the Strand. The search was con ducted in the most unostentatious manner, but it is alleged that sufficient information was gathered from an inventory ot the goods to give ground for more than suspicion. At any rate some £2,000 worth of jewellery, chiefly opal trinkets, was seized to-day. It is said the jewels came from Victoria. The Customs authorities are, however, very reti cent' in giving information on the matter. This firm was very prominently before the public a short time ago in connection with ^extensive robberies by a messenger boy. .

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SOUTH MINE RELIEF FUND. Broken Hill, October 29. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

SOUTH MINE BELIEF FUND. ? Broken Hill. October 29. The final meeting of the South Mine Disaster Relief Fund Committee was held last night. Three trustees were appointed— the Mayor of Broken Hill for the time being, the chairman of directors of the South mine, and Mr. A. S. Knight, one of the proprietors of the Barrier Miner. Mr. Frank Whysall, the telegraph-master, was elected permanent honorary secretary.

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VICTORIAN PARLIAMENT. Melbourne, October 30. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

VICTORIAN PARLIAMENT. Melbourne. October 30. In the Assembly Mr. Madden moved the adjournment of the House for the purpose of drawing attention to the _ necessity of strengthening the defences in view of compli cations in the far East. The Premier said the motion was very ill-timed, and if it were necessary the Government would be prepared to put the colony in a proper condition to repel invaders. After Borne debate, in which the Ministerial corner made light of the affair as a piece of jingoism, the motion was negatived.

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY HARBOR COLLIERIES COMPANY. Sydney, October 30. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

SYDNEY HARBOR COLLIERIES COMPANY. Sydney. October 30. The Land Court to-day delivered its reserved decision regarding the lease proposed to be granted to the Sydney Harbor Collieries Company of a portion of the foreshore ot Port Jackson for wliarfago purposes. ' The land board recommended the granting of a lease for 28 years on certain conditions regarding rent, the payment of a royalty on coal shipped, and power of revocation by the Crown in certain cases. The anneal was by the Collieries Company, and was made against the decision on the ground that the board .had no power to impose any conditions on the lease, except payment speci6ed as rent. The court to-day held that the board was quite within its powers in imposing the conditions. The court further in its capacity as adviser to the Minister of Lauds urgently recommended that the lease should not be granted on any conditions, as it would mean the desecra tion of a very valuable foreshore, which should not on any account be parte...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A SOLICITOR IN TROUBLE. SUSPENDED FOR TWELVE MONTHS. Melbourne, October 30. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

A SOLICITOR IN TROUBLE. SUSPENDED FOE TWELVE MONTHS. Melbourne, October 30. The Law Iustitute to-day summoned Henry Edward Hodgkinson, a solicitor, before Mr. Justice Williams for alleged misconduct in a case in which he had been retained by Mrs. Margaret Smith. Mrs. Smith in an affidavit stated that she retained Hodgkinson to recover £9 14s. 6d. from Joseph Bethe\ for rent. He subsequently informed her that the case was postponed with a view to a settlement. A few days later a bailiff took possession of her furniture, and she learnt that owing to the negligence of Hodgkinson the case had been struck out with costs, and she had to pay £11 10s. in addition to ^£5 5p. previously advanced to Hodgkinson. Hodgkinson's affidavit stated that he had been very much harassed over the affairs of O'Grady, and the negligence was due to his clerk.' He had settled the claim of Mrs. Smith. His Honor said the only in ference he could draw from his silence was that he had misappropriated the money gi...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BROKEN HILL WATER SUPPLY. AN INDIGNATION MEETING. Broken Hill, October 30. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

^BROKEN HILL WATER SUPPLY. AN INDIGNATION MEETING. Broken Hill, October 30. A .public meeting was held last night to protest against the action of the Water Supply Company in opposing the council in getting possession of the Imperial dam. The meeting was enthusiastic, and resolutions were passed condemning the action of the company as ' selfish in the extreme,' and 'opposed to the comfort and well-being of the townspeople.' and also asking the Minister for Minos to transfer with the least possible delay the dam and pumping plant. It was stated that the water was required for watering trees and streets, for watering the commoners' stock, and for the public baths. A resolution was also carried that the members for the Barrier electorates be requested to urge the matter on the Minister's notice* -

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A FIGHT ON A STEAMER. Brisbane, October 28. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

A FIGHT ON A STEAMER. Brisbane. October 28. Soon after the steamer Burwah left Mary borough yesterday a desperate flght took placa in the engine-room between Mr. Maurice, the chief engineer, and James Hall, a fireman. Maurice alleges that he told Hall to stoke the fires. Hall became impertinent, and took a massive iron rake from the stokehole and hold it in front of Maurice's face, burning it The men then closed and fell, Maurice undermost. In falling Maurice fractured a rib. At Rock hampton Hall was arrested, and charged with occasioning serious bodily harm to Maurice.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE REV. J. CLARKE. Sydney, October 28. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

THE REV. J. CLARKE. Sydney, October 28. The Rev. James Clarke was charged on remand to-day at the Central Police Court with having disturbed the congregation at St. Andrew's Cathedral on Friday last. The proaecutor (the Ecv. Mr. Simpson) intimated that if tbe accused would promise not to repeat the offence the charge would be aban doned. This Clarke at first refused to do, stating that at tho time of the alleged offence there was no congregation to disturb. After a whiio, however, he gave the requisite pro mise and was discharged. Sydney, October 29. The Rev. James Clarke appeared before the Full Courtto-day and applied for a rule nisi to restrain the Bishop of Sydney from re voking his license as incumbent of the parish of St. George. The rule nisi was granted. The Ix-nch advised Clarke, if he had -not done so, to employ counsel, and to sue -in forma paiiperis. He would thus obtain legal assis tance and save the time of the court.

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BUTLER CONSPIRACY CASE. ROFE FORMALLY SENTENCED. Sydney, October 28. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

BUTLER CONSPIRACY CASE. ROFE FORMALLY SENTENCED. Sydney. October 28. Tliomas ErneBt Rofe, solicitor, found guilty of conspiracy in connection with tho recent Butler divorce case, was brought up for sen tence to-day. Mr. Heydon, the counsel for the prisoner, appealed to the judge to deal with the case under the First Offenders Act, and pointed out that Rofe was only 25 years of age. Ho had the authority of the Attorney-General to Bay that he approved of the case coming under tha First Offenders Act. His Honor then said to the prisoner — 'I release you from all torture,' and then formally sentenced him to five years' imprisonment, the sentence to be suspended under tho provisions of the First Offenders Act. Rofe, who was much affected, addressed the judge, maintaining bis innocence. His Honor remarked that there could be doubt of the prisoner being guilty.

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ALLEGED FATAL ASSAULT. Sydney, October 29. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

ALLEGED FATAL ASSAULT. Sydney. October 2S). This morning Albina Holmes died in the Sydney Hospital from injuries alleged to have been mfiicted by her husband, Thomaa Holmes, on October 19. The pair had quarrelled, and it is said that the husband struck his wife with a heavy boot. She became so ill that she had to be taken to the hospital. She refused to prosecute her husband. To-day, however, Holmes was arrested an'd chargod with causing the death of his .wife.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

PIRATE } i ALARMS* ? 3/e ? .- ?; BRANDED TWELVE MONTHS' GUAX&NTBS. POSTAGE, Od. EXTBA. PERRYMA1T8, WATCH AND JEWELRY STORZL 68, KING WILLIAM^XEEET. . ? ; g6tcBeowpx314c

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

8-Drawer Chest, solid OQ Ifl fl Cedar, as sioivn above . oQQ Hi v S-Drawer. Chest. 16s. 6cL 6-Diawer Chest, £1 10s. 'W TT 'R W T T1 TT *R» H! BEST tv&L-tJ& ^ T^s KOTE ADDRESS— FRANKLIN-STREET, Near Post-Ofic.C3. MALCOLM REID, FURNISHING WAREHOUSE, ADELAIDE. WE ARE THE ONLY FIRM THAT GIVES TH3 FOLLOWING GUARANTEE :— KOTE A&DRESS— FRANKIxIN-STR3ET, Near Post-office. NOTE.— A Genuine Guarantee— Every Article is Guaranteed in first-class order and of the bcs'. workmanship. If not, we undertake to tabs t'xem back and tear tea oxpanse of carr;as3. Country crclars receive special attentios. BEDROOM SUITE, consisting of Duchess Pair, \vilh marble-top end tile-back to Washstand, and swinging mirror and jewel box on Dreesing Table, Wardrobe with double doors, 2 Chairs, and Towelhorse ? £7 19 0 Colonial Sofas ? £0 13 0 Chaire, Is. lid.. 2s. 6d., 3s., 4s. Drawing-room Suite from £4 to £20. Superb Halt-tester Bedsteads, full size, heavily brass mounted, from 52s. 6d. up t...

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NEW SOUTH WALES PARLIAMENT. Sydney, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

NEW SOUTH WALES PARLIA MENT. Sydney. October 31. In the Legislative Assembly to-day the Federal Enabling Bill was further considered on the motion for the second reading. Mr. Lyne gave the measure modified antagonism, and Mr. McMillan followed, severely criticising the Bill and advocating that tlie House should proceed with the Convention Bill of 1891. He concluded by moving an amendment to refer the Bill before the House to a Select Committee. Mr. Reid stated that the Government could not favor the amendment, but they left the whole ques tion, as it \va3 not a party one, in the hands of the House. After some further discussion the debate waB adjourned at 11 o'clock.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

GALVANIZED IRON [?] BEST BRANDS, 2G-G1U&E. WINDOW COMPLETE, £1 10s. Including Glass, 12 panes, or 2 panes as below. (5-ft.atia. 5id.\ 6-ft. at Is, 9(2, 7-fLat2ft, Old. ^ 8-ft.at2s. 411 k9-ft.at2S- IQd. per Sheet for Net Cash. WINDOW COMPLETE 16s. Od. Including Glass. Pitted with Sliding Sashef^ with Weights and Lines cbinpTetflk Weighty 87 Ih. WE GUARANTEE ALL OUR JOIKERY to bo ol the very BEST WORKMAN SHIP. With a view of assuring intend ing buyer? of the first-clasa quality of our Goods we undertake to take back anything unsatisfactory and bear the expense. We have given the weight of each, as they are earned on the railways by weight, eo that the cost of carriage to any part; of the country can be easily ascertained. MANTELPIECES. ENAMELLED WOOD (splendid imitation of Marble, wears as good as Marble), from 10*. SOLID MARBLE, from 2»n. ««!. Doors, Windows, & Jolaery Of every Description at Lowest Possible Prices. 1 ,tela__^i - ? Jp *' ? ^ Fitted with Saahss, hung o...

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NEW ZEALAND RECIPROCAL TREATY. PASSED BY BOTH HOUSES. Wellington. October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

NEW ZEALAND RECIP ROCAL TREATY. PASSED BY BOTH HGUSE8. Wellington. October 31. Tne Customs Duties Reciprocity Bill was considered in committee in the House of Representatives. The measure was amended so as to provide that the goods to be admitted free by South Australia should be barley, oats, horses, and hops, while New Zealand 'should admit free olive oil, salt, and dried fruits, and should make a 50 per cent, concession on wine. The Bill gives the Government general power to enter into reciprocal treaties with the Australian colonies. The measure passed its final stages after an all-night sitting. The Bill to-day was passed by the Legislative Council. Parliament was prorogued to-day.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

DO YOU SUFFER from LIVER COMPLAINT, INDIGESTION, CONSTIPATION, HEARTBURN, FLATULENCE, Or any symptoms of a disordered digestive apparatus if If so, there is no remedy in the world 60 safe and sure to give relief as Fletcher's Pills arid Clements Tonic. Don't be misled into wasting time and money on any of the ' All-failing' nostrums so speciously advertised by designing quacks and dishonest rogues. Remember these two remedies have stood the test of time, that their merits are proved, and that a, few shillings invested on them may save you weeks arid months of suffering and perhaps pounds of expense, for they have'done so in hundreds of cases, and we will Bend you evidence to prove our asser tions on receipt of your name and address. Remember, delay is dangerous and that every hour you neglect your case the complication increases and a cure bscomes more difficult. Shun the cheap quack doctors and designing nostrum compounders ; stick to the remedies Clements Tonic and Fletcher's Pill...

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WESTERN GOLDFIELDS. Kalgoorlie, October 28. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

WESTERN GOLDFIELDS. Kalffoorlie, October 28. Mr. Moran, the member for tlrs district, addressed a crowded meeting in the open air on 'Saturday evening. He explained that the new Electoral Act provides for quarterly revisions of the rolls. By a redistribution of seats five members' would be returned for this district instead of one. The Govern ment had failed miserably in the water supply. He criticised the estimate that £40,000 would be expended on the fields. As a matter of fact, lie said not 40,000 pence would be spent. He spoke strongly in favor of extending the railway to Kalgoorlie immediately. The meeting passed a vote of confidence in Mr. Moran. A substantial offer has been made by a Perth syndicate for the Hit and-Miss Central and Hayes' Consols mines. A meeting of the directors of both com panies will be held at an early date to consider the offer. Haunan's Brewery has' been registered at Perth. The water difficulty is keenly felt. An hotelkeeper offered Is. per gallon for ...

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WHEN GREEK MEETS GREEK. A TALE OF LOVE AND WAR. CHAPTER VIII.— A MORT TOUTS LES ARISTOCRATES! [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

WHEI GREEK MEETS GREEK. A TALE OF LOVE AND WAR. Br JOSEPH HATTON. [Published by special arrangement with the author. All rights reserred] .. ^, Ohapxeb VIII.— A Mobt touts les Asib TOCKATE3 ! Grrebauval, like his friend and modolLEobes pierre, was faatidiouB in his attir^ Whether in the dress of a private citizen ot firrayeS as a representative of the people he was carefully barbered ; still wore the tie-wig, though most of his colleagues had discarded it for their own hair, which was worn short or long according to taste or growth ; paid scrupulous attention to his linen, and combined with the air and manner of the aristocrat the revolutionary principles and jargon of tue time. His blue coat with its broad lappels was scrupulously brushed and his white neckerchief pinned with a glittering brooch, and he wore a sword within a showy scabbard and with an ostentatiously fashioned hilt. The reader can no doubt recall many instances of two men- who were very much alike in appearance when...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

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