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CENTRAL BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

CENTRAL BOABD OF HEALTH. The Central Board of Health met on Wednesday, Kovember 0, when there were present Dr. Patersoa (acting-president), HeBsrs. Iienry KjiniU, Frederick Wright, George Young, and the secretary (Mr. O. II. Aylifie). In reference to a nuisance from the butter factory at Stratiialbyn, which the local board of health re presented had been abated, Mr. Chief-Inspector Far* rell reported that he bad visited the locality and had found in an uopaved gutter leading from a reeeptaclo -on tbe factor)' premises a deposit 4 in. deep of black offensive matter. Tliis drain empties into a creek where there had accumulated a Urge pool of ' inky black, stinking, stagnant liquid, and the overflow was draining direct into the River Angas, t. fresh water running stream.' The nuisance was a serious one, and had evidently been existing for tome time. The chief inspector recommended that the pool be disinfected «nd got rid of ; iheunjiaved gutter to bs cleansed and filled with dry earth,...

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POLITICS AT COOLGARDIE. Coolgardie, November 4. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

POLITICS AT COOLGARDIE. Cooltrarcfie. November 4. The Theatre Royal was packed on Saturday night and large numbers stood outside, being unable to find room within. The object of the meeting was to form a Goldfields National League. Messrs. G. Leake and F. Illingworth, members of the Opposition in the Assembly, were present. ? ,. In the course of his remarks Air. mingwortn Btated that a dissolution of Parliament was im minent, and he therefore advised the minens and residents of the goldfields generally to register their votes, as any new distribution of seats would probably not be according to the number of people in the electorate, but according to the number of voters on the roll. He said the irritation now felt on the fields is greater than the irritation at Ballarat at the time of the Eureka riots and that only wise heads prevented an outbreak. He advised the people to boldly demand what they wanted from Sir John Forrest and then he believed the Premier would yield a'l. The crit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

District Council Notices. pABA WIBSA DISTB IOT At a meeting ol the District Council of Para Wirra, duly held onthe 28th day of October, 1895, a general BATE was declared of NINEPENOE (9d.) in the pound upon the Assessment of the district, and all jtereons liable are required topay the amount of the rate according to the Assessment to the Clerk at the District Office. I^dthiS.28th day «ffffSJBSw Ole*. T-AEA AVIBBA DISTBIOT OOUM-UH, Testimonials as to character and ability are required by the above Council from APPLICANTS for toe position of CLEEK, COLLECTOB, BEGISTBAB OF DOGS, and SECRETAKY to the LOOAL BOABD OF HEALTH, or of Clerk and Overseer combined. Tenders and testimonials, marked as such and addressed to the Chairman, will be received at the Council Office to 3 p.m. of Saturday, November 30, 1895. No tender necessarily accepted. ?By order, X30G-13 ? H H. BLAOKHAM, Clerk. XT ALL D I STEIOT COUNCIL NOTICE OF GENERAL KATE. At a Meeting of the District Couucil of Hall, duiy held o...

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A TERRIBLE AFFAIR. ATTEMPTED MURDER AND SUICIDE. Sydney, November 6. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

A TERRIBLE AFFAIR. ATTEMPTED MURDER AND SUICIDE. Sydney, November 6. _ At JNorth oydney early this morning Wil liam Smith, lately employed in connection with the military forces of the colony, made a determined effort to murder his wife and commit suicide. At about 2.30 a. in. Smith's daughter Margaret, aged 18, was awakened by hearing her mother scream. Jumping out of bed she saw her mo'Jier covered with blood, which was flowing from a great wound in her throat. Airs. Smith was sobbing out 'Father did it. Father did it. He tried to kill me.' Mr. Smith was lying on the bed also with his throat cut, moaning 'Poor mother, it is better that I should die.' Another daughter, Eliza, placed a wet. cloth around her father's throat to staunch the flow of blood, he faintly objecting that it was better that he. should dm. Meanwhile a son of the unfortunate couple had brought Dr. Newmarch to the scene. The doctor on seeing that the injuries of both the man and woman were ex tremely serious orde...

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Needles. "Short, Sharp, Shiny." [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

Mtibksi. 'Short, Sharp, Shiny.' Tbe sulphide question. Lynch left a confession. New Zealand reciprocity. - A tragedy in Afghanistan. Aurana started at 100 to 3. . General Booth in Brisbane. The Vermin Bill next week. Stevenson rode a great race. Good time made in the Cup. A terrible tragedy in Sydney. France is active in the Pacific. Stock route to West Australia. Reciprocity with New Zealand. The rabbit plague at Cockburn. A superstitious judge in Mexico. Clearing the streets of Cockburn. Carnage was sold for 500 guineas. Port Pire wharfs require lighting. A lucky find at Blackwood Gully. Lockout of engineers at Glasgow. The last of the Balaklava tragedy. Assault with a knife at Kalgoorlie. Ten heretics burned alive in Mexico. A terrible story of crime in Prussia. A wonderful trip through Australia. Shearing strike in New South Wales. Farmers duped in New South Wales. The Melbourne Cup won by Auraria. A gigantic coal beef in Ttoyfoundlaud. The White rail-joint tried in England. Pro...

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THE BUTLER DIVORCE CASE. Sydney, November 1. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

THE SUTLER DIVORCE CASE. Sydney, November 1. Mlie case of Thomas Ernest Rofe was before the Full Court to-day. Mr. Justice Windcyer said the court had to deal with the matter of T. E. Rofe, solicitor of the court, who was recently tried and convicted of con spiracy and sentenced, to five years' imprisonment, which sentence had been suspended under the First Offenders Act. There was only one course open to the court, and that was to order Rofe's name to be struck off the roll of solicitors. The order was accordingly made. Mrs. Butler is still an inmate of Prince Alfred Hospital. Her condition, which arises principally from nervous trouble, has reduced her to a state of weakness.

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Shipping News. ARRIVED—NOVEMBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

^htpptg ittto*. ARBIVED— November 2. Melbourne, steamer, 1,111 tons, J. Jbrgensen, master, from Melbourne 30th October. H, Muecke And Company, agents. Passengers— Thirteen en route for West Australia. PoLYHBSimr steamer (Mob. Mar.),, 3,010 tons, A. Chevalier, master, from Sydney October 28, Mel bourne 81st. Harrold Bros., agents. Passengers Mr. Hermann in cabin and 68 in all classes en route. Flketwiko, ketch, 44 tons, J. Leask, from Ardrossan. Hblbn NicolIi. steamer. 840 tons. W. Steel, from Esperance Bay. Schlante, agents. November 8. Fkrret, steamer, £40 tons, W. Crocker, from Port Lincoln. Passengers— Mrs. E. McDonald, Misses Watkins, E. Biggins, Wollaston, Thompson, and Larking, Messrs. W. B. Temple, J. A. Brown, H. A. Giles, Wollaston and child, H. Brw&ter, Ourrie, H. Bobin, Mustapha, and All Khan in the cabin, and six in the second cabin. Cargo— 212 bales of wool, 56 bags oysters, 159 ingots copper, SS bags wheat, empties and sundries. November 4. Ballaarat, B.M.S. (P...

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THE MOUNT KENNIE OUTRAGE. INTENDED RELEASE OF SWEET-MAN. Sydney, November 6. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

THE MOUNT RENNIE ??.??-. OUTRAGE; INTENDED RELEASE OF SWEET . ' ' ' MAN. Sydney, November 6. J.he case of bweetman, who was a cabman at the time the Mount Rennie crime was com mitted, andv who was found guilty of com plicity, in it, inasmuch as no drove Mary Jane Hicks, the victim, to Moore Park, has been before the Minister for Justice on a question for the remission of his sentence. As a result the Minister has reeotninpnHfirl tr\ t,hi- Tjipnf-.f-nant.-(TOvernor that when Sweetman has completed 9 years actual penal Servitude he shall be released. He was convicted on November 29, 1SSG, and will there fore be entitled to his discharge on November 28. Serving nine years will bo equivalent to the actual servitude required under a sentence of 12 years' imprisonment. Duriug' Sweetman's incarceration ho has bsen the subject of a very serious operation, but it was attended with successful results. The man cannot, however, be called robust in health.

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SMALLPOX AT NEWCASTLE. Sydney, November 1. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

SMALLPOX AT NEWCASTLE. Sydney. November 1. A determination was arrived at by the board of health to-day to bring the crews of the Thetis and Eden Ballymour i rom New castle to the quarantine-station at Port Jack sou. _ Arrangements have been made to send a ship in charge of a tugboat to convey all the persons from the vessels here. The ship Ocean Rover, 139 tons, iust out of dock, has been chosen for the purpose. She will lie navigated by her own crew, who will be taken olf before any of the infected ships' crews come on board. The vessel is sea worthy, and will not be .allowed to leave Newcastle unless the weather is favorable. She will only travel during the daylight, and under no circumstances is the tug to be oast otf. Should it be found after starting that owing to bad weather it is not possible to make the voyage to Sydney comfortably, the ve3sel will be taken back to Newcastle. This action has boon taken as far as possible to meet the con venience of the infected ships, which...

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ASSAULT WITH A KNIFE. Kalgoorlie, November 4. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

ASSAULT WITH A KNIFE. Kalgoorlie, November 4. A blacksmith named Rube, employed at Haunau's Proprietary mine, during a struggle with auother blacksmith who assaulted him, stabbed the latter in tho arm with a knife. The injuries are not serious. Rube was arrested and admitted to bail.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

~ Auctions. LUXMOQRE & COY., Ltd, - ?- will&old Sales as under;— *~ lith October. 28th October. 11th November. 2Sth November. 9th December. 'WOOL IS SHOWN AT OUR POST ADELAIDE SHOWBOOMS. WOOLPACK8, tic., sent on receipt order. LUXMOOBE & COY., Ltd., WOOLBEOKERS, ADELAIDE AND PORT ADELAIDE. _ ? «271o JA11GE AND IMPORTANT SALE OF FAT AND STORE CATTLE AT MOUNT BARKER. '?OHN PALTRIDGE will sell by auction, at (I Aldridge's Hotel, on Thursday, November 14, at 12 o'clock — 810 Head Fat and Store Cattle, as follows :— '\ For Messrs. Yates & Jervois — CO Head four-year-old Fat Bullocks * 40 Head flve-year-old do. do. 100 Head very Prime Fat Cows. For Messrs. P. and A. O'Dea— SO 3 and 4 year old Bullocks, in forward condi ? tion : 20 Dairy Cows, 'now coming-forward 60 Two-year-old mixed 6exes 60 Yearlings, mixed sexes ? Terms— Approved bills. ? sSOOc ' PRELIMINARY ADVERTISEMENT. i ?? ? ? VALUABLE STATION PROPERTY. MESSRS. STRACHAN, * CHEADLE, & CO. are...

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AUSTRALIAN SEAMEN'S WAGES. Sydney, November 4. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

AUSTRALIAN SEAMEN'S WAGES. Svduey, November 4. With regard to the efforts at present being made by the Australian seamen to amicably obtain an increase of £1 per month m wages absurd reports have been circulated about the imminence of another maritime strike. There is absolutely no foundation that the Seamen's Union of this colony intends to call the men out of the intercolonial boats as a . means of arcming the shipowners into sympathy with their request for an increase of wages. It is true that the seamen, as in other colonies, have lately been requisitioning their employers for an increase of £1 per month in wages, basing their request on the improvement in the shipping trade shown during the past year ; but the officials of the union utterly disclaim any idea of resorting to a strike if the request is refused. A meeting of the Seamen's Union of New South Wales was held this evening, when the fact that many shipping companies had in dicated' their refusal of the men's request was...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

*, Shipping. P,&0. I1EAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. I OR LONDON, JCDder Royal Mail Contract, will dispatch the follow £g Steamers, via Albany, Colombo,. Suez Canal, and .Mediterranean Ports :— ? Steamers. Tns. Commander. | Leave. ROME .. 7. 66*6 A. B. Darnell Nov. 20 YALETTA .. 6034 G. W. Atkinson Dee. 4 HIMALAYA .. 6898 A. W. AdamBOn Deo. 18 OCEAKA .. 6670 B. Stewart Jan. 1, 96 PARBAJIATTA 487* P. Harris Jan. 16 ?AUBTBALIA .. 6901 1. Eeeves Jan. 29 WASSILJA .. 6032 R, Harvey Feb. U ARCADIA .. 6670 A. O. Loggin Feb. 26 BALLAABAT ..'4872 T. 8. Angus ? March 11 NOTICE TO PASSEKGEKS. - Liberal reductions to Families. , Wnole.Cabins reserved. The accommodation in both First and Second Erioon is unsurpassed. Passage from Europe, &c, can be arranged here. Passengers allowed to break their journey at luter guediate ports. SourUls' Tickets— India, China, Japan, ex. Bound the World tickets ieEued. PASSAGE RATES. ?Tickets issued at lowest current rates. Handbooks, Time-tables, and al...

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DOUBLE EXECUTION AT BRISBANE. Brisbane, November 4. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

DOUBLE EXECUTION AT BRISBANE. Brisbane, November 4. A double execution took place at the Bogg's road Gaol this morning. Jackey, an aboriginal, was hanged for the murder of a Javanese, Jimmy Williams, at Mount Morgan, and Frank Tinana, a native of Manila, was exe cuted for the murder of Constable Conroy, on Thursday Island. The men behaved well in prison. Jackey was able to recite prayers taught him by the Rev. Mr. Simmonds, and Father Dorriganattendtd Tinana, whoadmitted having committed murder. He said he had a jealous quarrel with another colored man,'in which Constable -3ouroy attempted to arrest him. He then stabbed Conroy to death. During the past few days both condemned men ate and slept well, aud this morning they partook of breakfast. When they came upon the scaffold Tinana was agitated and seemed afraid. Neither man spoke. The preliminaries were quickly arranged aud the bolt was drawn. Death in each case was apparently instan taneous. When Jackey, whoso height was nearly f-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

WARNER'S SAFE CURE It ensures good Digestion and Assimilation. ' It promotes healthy Nutrition— making pure Blood. IS A GRAND TONIC It removes all impurities from the system. It makes the body strong and vigorous. xSIS ' ? Business Kolioea. The Largest, Best, and Host Beautiful PIANO AHD ORGAN SHOW NOW ON VIEW at 101, KBIE-STREEI. PIANOS ' SteoiauiT Impoutct roa mis Cuiute. . - Hoelling&Spangenberg. Schwcchten. Julius Feurjch. Ronisch. R. lipp & Sohn. Faust 2s Sohn. Gora & Kollmann. Vogel&Sohn. KUHNEL'S NEW MODELS. NEW IMPROVEMENTS. Largest Wholesale Stock in Adelaide. Send for Illustrated Catalogue, FREE. t& WHOLESALE 'pEICES. TIME PAYMENTS. 'SJi PIRIJE-ST. BEAUTIFUL MODELS OF THE PEUBICH PIANOS Just Landed and Kow on View. Ail Instrument tliat Sings, THEY ARE INSTRUMENTS OP THE HIGHEST OLAES AT A FAIR AN1- MODERATE PRICE. If You Want a Piano ?ftith which you may {eel a sense of companion ship COME and SEE our JULIUS FEURICH PIANOS. We are th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

Properties for Salg or Wanted. BAR G A IN IN THE H Ililia Good substantially -built Stoue HOUSE, newly papered, eix rooms, bath, pantry, verandah, stable, and acre OMand ; price, £700. ? .' Additional or other blocks ol loud, all sizes, at lowest prices. MONET TO LEStt TraiM'er*. Unset, ani. ail Document* unier ReaX *n»B3B0M & CO., 47uaicx43a ? Waymouth-itreet. AdelaMa. FOB BAJLig. SECTION No. 629, Hd. POET GAWLER, con taining 228 acres. For particulars apply KXECUTOR TRUSTEE AND AGENCY CO., 297owe309x299-320 ? 12, Waymoulh-street, FOR SALE, LOWER BROUGHTON, 1 070 Acres FREEHOLD, » Together about 330 Acres LEASEHOLD, / 1,41)0 Acres, in one Mock, with running water and abundance of feed, consisting of lignum swamps, clover flats, salt buah and acacia rises, sandahvood and gum timber ; sheepproofed and subdivided, with wooltlied, &c. Price, 80s. per acre for freehold; leases and im provements given in. Apply John Miller, Merriton. . 310-3x313 LAKD AM- HOUSE FR0PER1T SH...

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SOLUTIONS OF PROBLEMS. No. 1,984 (Miss Lilian Baird). Kev-move—Kt to B 5. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

SOLUTIONS OF PROBLEMS. No. 1,984 (Miss Lilian Baird). Rev-move — Kt to B 5. Solved . by 'J.E.P., Nelson-street (very good, Miss Lilian); 'Borneo,' Kensington.; ' J.H..' Brighton; 'Amicus,' Adrfaide(very pretty); 'Saddleworth' (good); 'Nemos,' Norwood; 'J.G.R.,' Semaphore; 'Critic,' Unley (a pretty little problem^; and'Alde- baran,' Birkenhead (the problem and the young -lady are both worthy of her mother}, . No. 1,935 ('Borneo'). ' This problem is solved in one/move by Q to B 4 mate! ?/:'.- The author's solution was L Q to B 7, K to K3;2. Q to K R 7, K moves; and 3. Qmates.

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PROBLEM No. 1,990. By E. N. Frankenstein. BLACK. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

PROBLEM No. 1,990. By E. N. Frankenstein. BLACK. WHITE. White to play and mate in two moves. The Philadelphia Times calls this 'a two move demon of a problem by the modern Frankenstein.' PROBLEM No. 3,991. Bj V. Potemsky (first prize Warsaw Courier tourney). BLACK. WHITE. White to play and mate in three moves.

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WHEAT AND WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

WHEAT AND WOOL. The pressure upon the wool warehouses of laee has been very heavy, and it is still difficult to handle supplies as quickly as they come to hand. But the present rate of receipt cannot be long continued, as the up country stations are gradually being relieved. The season is one which is likely to be re membered for being short and sharp, The.arood prices realised for the staple at the early Bales led to quick deliveries of the wool ; and consequently the business, which generally extends over tour months, will this season be concentrated into three. The shipments to tho end of October have not been in proportion to the receipts, and what lagoing away is largely for European ports as distinguished from those of Great Britain. Since the beginning of October there hasnot been a direct steamerf rom Port Adeluide for London, and only ouo sailer has left ; whereas for Continental ports five large steamers have loaded. It is true tho mail boats running to London weekly have ...

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FARMERS AND TSE LAND BOARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

FARMERS AND THE LAND BOARDS. m P6*1*1^11 bearing ?IS jwmeB was presented on Thursday morning 4i-%±heJJoinmtssioner of Crown iands by M&smf|§p$ -Foster andT. Bu**goyne,Jd:.P. The petMbn Stated :— A great wrong is being done to Uie young men ol our colony (sons of farmers) in that their voice cannot' be heard with any degree of fairness in applying for land at the meetings ot the land boards. Many of them would gladly settle upon the land and moke homes for themselves, but because they are not married the land board in many instances consider this a sufficient reason for withholding- the land from them. Your memorialists would respectfully point out that those who have lived from childhood to man hood in diatricte contiguous to lands that are being opened up are in a far better position to know how to work the land more successfully than those who know nothing either of the soil or climate. Parents of these young men being settled in dis tricts adjoining newly-opened country c...

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