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AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE. LONDON, October 25. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE. London, October 25. Following on the recent attempt of the im porters of Australian beef to regulate the selling price on the London market, another meeting of beef importers has been held in London, when representatives of five of the leading firms in the city were present. After much discussion it was decided by a majority of one to form a ' Frozen Meat Im porters' Association,' for the purpose of regu lating the trade. The other importers of London will be in vited to join the new association. London, October 26. The chilled beef shipped by the Gothic, from Wellington September 21, is reported to have arrived at TeneriiTe in perfect condition. The wheat shipped by the Seriol Wyn, from Streaky Bay, South Australia, on June 11, has been sold at Cape Town at 29s. 3d. a quarter. London, October 28. The cargo of wheat by the ship Brenhilda, 1,321 tons, which left Adelaide on June 7, has been sold at 27s. U$d. per quarter.

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. Melbourne, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. Melbourne, October 31. Mr. Micbael Davitt and Mark Twain were passengers by the steamer Mararoa for New Zealand to-day. Elizabeth Graham, aged 25, hanged herself in a fowlhouse at St. Kilda to-day. No gause can be assigned for the act. Sydney, October 31. The enquiry into the cause of the death of Albina Holmes was resumed to-day. After further evidence Thomas Holmes, the husband of the deceased, was committed for trial on a charge of manslaughter. Marie Cremer was to-day found by the police in Sussex -street, suffering from an ex tensive and dangerous skull wound, evidently caused by a blow. She was taken to the hos pital, where she stated that she had been struck with a bedroom utensil bv a man with whom she had been staying. The woman is in a critical condition. The police are seeking the alleged assailant. Brisbane. October 31. A statement tabled by the Treasurer in the Legislative Assembly to-day shows that the unexpended loan balance on June 30 last stood a...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
E. S. & A. BANK LIMITED. LONDON, October 30. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

E. S. & A. BANK LIMITED. London, October 30. The second annual meeting of the share holders of tho English, Scottish, and Australian Bank, Limited, was held in London yesterday, when the report and balance-sheet for the year ended June 30 were presented. In moving the adoption of the report Mr. 0. J. Hegan, the chairman of directors, stated that after paying full interest on all stocks the profit and loss account showed a debit balance of £6,278. He regretted that tho liquidation of the old accounts was slow owing to the depression existing in the colonies, but stated that the general business of the bank continued to expand and that they were making satisfac tory progress.

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VICTORIAN RACING. THE V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. NOTES FROM MELBOURNE. [BY MENTOR.] Melbourne, October 30. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

VICTORIAN RACING. THE V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. NOTES FROM MELBOURNE. [By Mentor.] Melbourne, October 30. . Arriving in Melbourne to officiate at anothez Spring meeting at Flemington I find that up., to date there is less excitement than usual., over the coming racing carnival. Speculation has been marred by the uncertainty which attached to the probable ownership of several good horses through the drawing for the St. Albans Estate, &c., having been fixed prior to ? instead of after the Melbourne Cup. Mr. Adams of course knew what he was about in-, fixing the drawing for the 24th inst., because. he has three sweeps now running on the Cup ? itself, and St. Albans in a measure, barred the way to investment on the old established con cerns, but now that the St. Albaus drawing is ? a matter of history Mr. Adams will con tinue to make hay while the sun shines,, as the Legislature of Queensland have decided . that his h'ght will go out at the end of the - vear, and Adams, or 'Tatters...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HIGH TREASON IN GERMANY. LONDON, October 30. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

HIGH TREASON IN GERMANY. London. October 30. It is reported that Herr Dierle, the editor of Forwards, the recognised organ of the Socialistic party, published at Berlin, has been found guilty of a charge of Lise Majcstii and sentenced to imprisonment- for a term of six months. The cause of the impeachment was an article published by Herr Dierle shortly after the celebration on September 2 of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the surrender to the German army of Napoleon III. and his 80,000 followers at Sedan. The article held up to ridicule the action and speeches of the Emperor William of Germany when taking part in the ceremonies in honor of the occasion, . ?.

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V.R.C. ACCEPTANCES. Melbourne, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

— ♦ V.R.C. ACCEPTANCES. Melbourne. October 31. The following are the final acceptances for the following races :— V.R.C. DERBY. et. lb. Onward „ ... 8 10 Wallace ? 8 10 Lead On .. ..8 10 Flintlock .. .. 8 10 Oscillator .. .. 8 10 Bt. ib. TeWhili ... ,.8 10 Waterfall .. .. 8 10 Cremed'Or.. .. 8 fi Auraria u ..8 5 HAIUBVRNONO PLATE. The Officer.. .. 810 Newhaven .. .. 6 10 Norroy '.. .. 8 10 Coil .. .. .. 8 10 — - Kobold .. ..8 6 Ariki ? 8 6 Thunder Queen ..8 5

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THE LATEST SCRATCHINGS. Melbourne, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

THE LATEST SCRATCHIKGS. Melbourne, October 31, The latest scratching^ for V.B.G. meeting are: — Oakb— Athen, Vre&, Reminder, Katinka, Rest, Majestic Evis, Hera. Spking Stakes — Athen, Coitus, Gale, Majestic, Reminder. Hotham Handicap— The Heroine, Bril liant. Oobubg Stakes— Tinstream. Moss Rose has been scratched for the Wil liamstown Cup.

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RECORD MAKING AND BREAKING. Hobart, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

RECORD MAKING AND BREAKING. Hobart October 31. At the West Gymnasium J. P. Griffiths essayed to break the record in club swinging, and succeeded in accomplishing 12 hours with out a break, starting with clubs of 4h lb. and finishing with 2£ lb. clubs. He beCei-es he can swing the clubs for 2G hours. Mr. J. W. Hallam, the holder of the 100 raile bicycle record, yesterday broke the 50 mile record time, doing the distance in 2 hours 55^ min.

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STRANGE BREACH OF PROMISE CASE. Melbourne, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

STRANGE BREACH OF PROMISE CASE. Melbourne, October 31. A singular breach of promise case is pending in the Supreme Court. Miss Eva Parry, a music' teacher, is suing the executors of the late Mr. Southwell Coultas, tailor, of Collins street, for £500 damages for losses, namely discontinuance of work, board and lodgings, and the cost of her wedding trousseau. The plaintiff alleges that Coultas promised to marry her, but she discovered that he was married wheD he died. Mr. Justice Williams to-day ordered the plaintiff to supply further particulars within seven days.

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KILLED BY A TRAIN. Sydney, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

KILLED BY A TRAIN. Svdney. October 31. Robert Runge, aged 69, whilst walking over a railway crossing near Clyde to-day was struck by a passing Parrarnatta train and killed instantly, his body being hideously mangled. The deceased was a carpenter, and leaves a wife and several children.

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THREE MEN INJURED. BURIED BY FALLING EARTH. Melbourne, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

THREE MEN INJURED. BURIED BY FALLING EARTH. Melbourne, October 31. A serious accident occurred this morning at a deep cutting on the rcgrading works be tween the Ararat and Armstrong stations. A gang of men were at work on the cutting when a large quantity of earth fell from an embankment 40 ft. high and partially filled the cutting. Three of the men were almost covered, but they were quickly extricated from their perilous position. Their names are Timothy Shechan, Owen Clarke, and John Armstrong. They sustained considerable injuries, but in ho case is there likely to be a fatal termination. The injured men were taken to the Ararat Hospital.

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THE BETTING MARKET. Melbourne, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

. THE BETTING MARKET. Melbourne, October 31. At the Victorian Club this evening the reading of the card induced a fair amount of wagering on the Derby and Cup. For the former event Wallace was backed for £400 at 6 to 4, closing at 5 to 4. Onward was friendless at 100 to 5, and 600 to 10 was called without response against Flintlock. There was plenty of money available about Waterfall at 5 to 2, but 3 to 1 was wanted. Creme d'Or and Lead On were neglected at 100 to 3, but a commission was executed on Dehalf of Auraria, close on a thousand beinjrtaken at M to 1, dosing at 5 to L Te Whiti was friendless at 100 to 4, and 100 to 10 went begging about Oscillator. For the Melbourne Cup 2,000 to 40 Havoo went begging, and 100 to 4 to the extent of 3,000 also fell fiat ; 500 to 7 was refused about Brockleigh, but 100 to 4 Hopscotch was taken for £200, and Devon at 100 to 4, and Delaware at 100 to 6 found no support. Quiver had friends who ac cepted a few ' hundreds at 100 to 6, after which 1...

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THE MELBOURNE AND SYDNEY TIPSTERS. Melbourne, October 31, 3.26 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

THE MELBOURNE AND SYDNEY TIPSTERS. Melbourne. October 31. 3.26 p.m. 'Ribbleden,' in the Australasian, tips as follows : — Tbial Stakes. — Acton, Cleric, Sunray. Melboubkk Stakes. — Hova or Hopscotch, Delaware, Georgic. Hotham Handicap.— Mostyn, The Possible, The Trier. Derby. — Wallace, Waterfall, Auraria. Mabibybnong Plate.— The Offioer, Kobold, Thunder Queen. CpBURG Stakes. — Maluma, Parisenne. Witchery. Melbourne Ccp. — Wallace, Hova, Tren chant. In the Leader 'Asmodeus' tips:— Trial Stakes. — Heroine, Acton. Melbourne Stakes.— Hova, Delaware, Hopscotch. Hotham Handicap.— Royal Master or Palo Alto, Music, Oxide. Derby. — Wallace, Waterfall, Auraria, or Te Whiti. Maribtrkong Plate.— The Officer, Thunder Queen, Coil, Newhaven. Cobukg Stak£3. — Parieienne, Maluma Callum Mohr. Melbourne Cup.— Wallace, Waterfall, Quiver, Hova. The Sydney Referee tips : — Trial Stakes. — Marusa, Acton, Cabin Boy. Melbourne Stakes. — Hopscotch, Hova, Georgic or Admiral. Hotham Handicap.— Mischief or The...

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CUBAN REPUBLICANS. 800 SPANIARDS KILLED. LONDON, October 27. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

CUBAN REPUBLICANS. 800 SPANIARDS KILLED. London, October 27. It is reported that the Cuban Republican army have been successful in drawing a Spanish expeditionary force into an ambush, and that before the Royalists had recovered from their surprise 800 of the soldiers were killed. The remainder, after an ineffectual attempt to retrieve the disaster, fled from the field. —— =-==

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JAPAN. LONDON, October 25. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

JAPAN. London, October 25. It is reported that the popular feeling in Japan is strongly in favor of an alliance being entered into with Russia. It is announced that the Japanese Govern ment have ratified the treaty for their evacua tion of the Liaotung Peninsula, and that they will withdraw iheir forces during the next three months.

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NOTES FROM MELBOURNE. Melbourne, November 1, 3.2 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

NOTES FROM MELBOURNE. [By Mentor] Melbourne, November 1, 3.2 p.m. In the Victorian Club Hova is a trine easier ; Lord Richmond is firm at hundreds to five: Wallace is strong at 5 to 4 for the Derby. Many of the books are away ab the Moonee Valley races. The weather is dusty and promising rain to night. At Flemington this morning Mabee and Valiant were on the tracks, and went a mile and a half on the sancl together, finishing well. Monastery went two rounds at half pace. Wallace lias arrived from St. Albaus with Miss Carbine and Merman, all looking well. The Officer looks very well, and will give Thunder Queen all her work to win the Plate. Auraria ran four furlongs, on the tan, and Thunder Queen and three others indulged in mild exercise.

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A FRENCH CRISIS. SCENE IN THE DEPUTIES. LONDON, October 28. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

A FRENCH CRISIS. SCENE IN THE DEPUTIES. _. London, October 28. The scene in the French Chamber of Deputies during the debate on the action of the Government with respect to the Carmaux colliery strike is reported to have been of the most scandalous description. The Socialists during the stormy debate fought among themselves, and M. Jaura, their leader, attempted to drag the Minister of Labor from the tribune, where he was speaking. - Ultimately the Government were victorious, and a vote of confidence in them was carried by a large majority. Owing to the Chamber of Deputies having passed a hostile vote in respect to the Southern Railway M. Ribot, who succeeded M. Dupuy as Premier of France in January last, has re signed. London, October 29. Further particulars have been received with reference to the political crisis in France. During the progress of a discussion in the Chamber of Deputies in connection with the Southern Railway scandals, M. Rouadrets tabled a motion demanding a publ...

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FIRE IN POLAND. LONDON, October 27. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

FIRE IN POLAND. ? o ? London. October 27. A terribly destructive fire has taken place at Lasocin, a town in Poland, and 1,600 persons have 'been rendered homeless in consequence. The conflagration is- believed to have been caused by an incendiary.

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THE OVERDUE TIMARU. ARRIVED AT PLYMOUTH. LONDON, October 28. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

THE OVERDUE TIMARU. ARRIVED AT PLYMOUTH. London. October 28. The ship Timaru, which left Melbourne for London on Juno 24 with a cargo of frozen meat, has arrived at Plymouth, having been 146 days on the voyage. Twenty guineas per cent, was paid at Lloyds early in the month for the reinsurance of the vessel, which had not been spoken since June 11, while on October 10 the underwriters were charging 30 guineas per cent., and serious feara were entertained for her safety. Captain Renaut reports that the shipment of meat has arrived in excellent condition.

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THE REVOLT AT GOA. LONDON, October 28. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

THE REVOLT AT GO A. London. October 28. Owing to the alarming developments in connection with the revolt at Goa, a port town and territory belonging to Portugal and situated between the lxmndaries of Madras and Bombay, the British Government have communicated with Portugal offering to dispatch a body of Indian troops to tho scene of tho insurrection, pending the arrival of the punitive expedition which, under the command of the Duke of Oporto, left Lisbon on October 18. . The Portuguese Government have, however, refused the assistance proffered by Great Britain.

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