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AFGHANISTAN. THE BRITISH ENVOY MURDERED. LONDON, November 5. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

AFGHANISTAN. THE BRITISH ENVOY MURDERED. London.. November 5. A report of a terrible tragedy has been re ceived from Afghanistan. A messenger employed at the British Embassay at Kabul, the capital of Afghanis tan, is reported to have run amuck, and to ha're murdered Akram Khan, the agent to the British Government.

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE SILVER ROBBERY. FURTHER RECOVERY OF INGOTS. LONDON, November 5. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

THE SILVER ROBBERY. FURTHER RECOVERY OF INGOTS. London, November 5. The recent railway robbery or silver ingots from a train at the St. Pancras railway station is still occupying the attention of the police. Following on the arrest of Sarti, the manager of the Clerkenwell branch business of Elkingcon & Co., Limited, the famous silversmiths of London and Birmingham, and the subsequent discovery of a number of the stolen- ingots upon the premises under his control, it is announced that a splendid ruse on the part of the police has resulted in the recovery of thirteen more of the missing ingots. The silver taken from the train at the St. Pancras railway-station weighed 34,900 oz., and was valued at £4,800.

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MADAGASCAR. CHARGES AGAINST GENERAL DUCHESNE. LONDON, November 4. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

MADAGASCAR. CHARGES AGAINST GENERAL DUCHESNK London. November 4. ? 'Officers attached to the French expedition to Madagascar state that General Duchesne, the Commander-in-Chief, would not allow the purgeons of the various regiments to take measures for the prevention of an outbreak of disease, and that he totally ignored the necessity of maintaining an efficient ambu lance. They further assert that traders, with the knowledge of the general, seized the food and medical comforts which had been purchased and dispatched to.Madgascar by the Execu tive in Paris as a result of the national sub scription raised throughout France. These articles were then sold at an exorbitant price to the sick and famishing soldiers. The publication of this news has created a tremendous sensation, and an official enquiry IB to be held. .--'-_ ?????''??'. '??? _ ??'-. ? - 'v ?'??..;

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TRAGEDY IN MEXICO. TEN HERETICS BURNED ALIVE. LONDON, November 4. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

TRAOite WS. MEX&O. ^ TEN HERETICS BUfeNED ALIVE. London* November 4. The New York World publishes the news of a terrible tragedy which is reported from Tlaxala, the capital city of the smallest state of the same name in Mexico, on the plateau Anahjiac, nearly surrounded by Puebla, and iofiching Mexico state on the west. £?31 Mlsteted.that:the judge of Tlaxala, caused ;4jgii heretics to be burned alive, giving as a r%3on,for his action that be had received a ? Divine- command to commit them to the flames' in 'order to avert the vengeance which ?would otherwise fall upon the city. -; The -populace, who are Bteeped in super ifiiumj support the action of the judge, who has been arrested. ?„,..?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A TERRIBLE TRAGEDY. OUTRAGE AND MURDER. LONDON, November 3. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

A TERRIBLE TRAGEDY. OUTRAGE AND MURDER. - London, November .3. Theodore Durrant, the superintendent of the JSmanuel Baptist Sunday-school at San Fran fcisco, after a trial which has extended over three months, has been found guilty of the outrage and murder of Miss Blanche Lamont, a teacher engaged in the Suriday-schooL The body of the youn-? lady was hidden in the belfry of an adjoining church, and was not discovered for some time after the murder had been committed. The San Francisco Chronicle contains an account of the Durrant trial, ono of the most sensational of recent times. Theodore Durrant, the superintendent of the Emmanuel Baptist library and Sunday-school, is charged with the murder of two young ladies, Miss Minnie Williams and Miss Blanthe Lamont, members of the congre gation, whoso bodies were found in the fchapel last Easter. About this time the janitor of Emmanuel Chapel went into the building to prepare for the service, and was astonished to find open the door of the...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE THIRD LADY PARKES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

THE THIRD LADY PARKES. A week or two ago Sir Henry Parkes entered on his third matrimonial venture, his partner being a 'member of his domestic staff,' a position she had occupied for several years. Sir Henry is in his ninth decade ; his wife is in her 23rd year. The new Lady Parkes was Miss Julia Lynch, the daughter of an Irish farmer. She is described 'as intelligent and healthy-looking, with wavy brown hair, a good color, rounded features, deep ilue eyes, and an attractive unassuming manner.' Al though the marriage was performed with great secrecy, and witnessed by very few, Sir Henry was deeply affected and the bride was pale, so that the marriage, it is iHtl, was as 'correct' as though guests had been invited.

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. General Post-Office, November 9. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. General Post-Office, November 9. Great Britain, &c, via Suez, per R.M.S. Cuzco, November 13; letters, 9.15 a.m.; newspapers, 8.15 a.m.; late letters, 10.15 a.m. Via Marseilles, per Armand Behic, Decembers, 10.15 a.m. Per Darmstadt, November 13, 9.15 a.m. Via Torres Straits, per express, December S, 3 p.m. Via San Francisco, November 21, 3 p.m. Honolulu and Vancouver's Island (including Ame? rica), overland to Sydney, thence . per Mjowera, „??? November 16, 3 p.m. New Australia (Paraguay), via New Zealand, November 20, 3 p.m. Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, and Tas mania (overland daily except Saturdays), 3.30 p.m.; late letters, 4 n.iE. Per Bulimba, this day, 11 a.m. New Zealand, overland to Melbourne, November 12, 3.30 p.m. West Australia, per Innamincka, this day, 11 a.m.; per U.MS. Cuzco, November 13, 9.15 aim. New Caledonia, overland to Sydney, thence per Armand Bahic, Noveinberll, 3.30p.m. Samoa and other South Sea Islands, except Fiji, overl...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LONDON FASHIONS AND FRIVOLITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

LONDON FASHIONS AND FRIVOLITIES. 'A.H.,' writing in the London Queen of September 28, says :— The fur trade of London is now becoming brisk, and we have every op portunity of deciding how the several skins are to be arranged on fashionable raiment. The cape reignsfor thetimesupreme, and Fig. 1 is an admirable model, in cloth or velvet, from Messrs. Peter Robinson's establishment in Oxford-street. It shows the new treatment of fur, viz., its ornamentation with peasant feathers and other foreign elements, which in this case is black moufflon. The garment is full, and the high collar nestles comfortably about the neck. A bow with loops of jet and jet motifs is introduced on the left side like the star of some knightly order, and more satin bows are set beneath the fur-edged collar at opposite Bides. The accompanying muff is of the same skin. These appear to no worn of the ordinary size ; the enormous ones revived from the period of Marie Antoinette have met with little success. Tig. 1....

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
METEOROLOGICAL NOTES. Friday, November 8. GENERAL REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

METEOROLOGICAL NOTES. Friday, November 8. General Ekharkb. Weather is still fine generally all over the continent and the distribution of pressure is much the same as yesterday, though the high barometer over the Bight has been slightly reduced. Forecasts. Forecast of probable weather from Friday afternoon till Saturday night. Issued at 1.15 p.m. Over South Australia.— Continued fine weather, with winds chiefly from south-west to south-ea&L and east. Sea smooth. Over Victoria (supplied by Mr. Baracchi). — Generally fine, with tight to fresh west and south-west winds. Sea rough in south-east. Charles Toud, Government Astronomer.

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH'S ENGAGEMENT. "THE USUAL DOWRY—TEN MILLIONS." [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

DUKE OF MARLBOROUGE'S ENGAGEMENT. 'THE USUAL DOWRY— TEN MILLIONS.' Miss Consuelo Vanderbilt, whose engage ment to the Duke of Marlborough is announced in the latest home papers, is the eldest daughter of Mr. W. K. Vanderbiltj who has the reputation of being one of the richest men in the world. When his father died he left to each of his children some two millions sterling and divided the balance of his great estate epually between his sons Cornelius and William }L. Miss Vanderbilt's engagement to the duke was not altogether unexpected. It was mentioned as far back as March last, and then it was said that Mr. Vanderbilt expressed a preference that his daughter should marry an American. The bride-elect is eighteen and the duke twenty-four. The announcement of the fact that the duke has determined to follow the example set him by his father and by his uncle, Lord Randolph, has created quite a sensation on both sides of the Atlantic. Even the Times correspondent cannot refrain from look...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

MADTiM DDflQ 'burlington house, A|VC| Ainc An I IN Dnuo. bundle-street A U t L A I U t. AND 'PORTLAND HOUSE,' BASINOHALL-ST,, E.O., LONDON. — LEADING DRAPERS AND GENERAL PROVIDERS. ESTABLISHED XTEARLY HALF A CENTURY. A PRICE LIST FROM THB SHOW ROOM^ Oouatiy Customers When writing for any of the following Goods are requested to state tlve paper in which tlvey see the advertisement. This is in order to insure receiving identically, the Goods as Advertised. SEVERAL ASSISTANTS Save been- specially trained to carry out the instructions received from tlie Country and it is confidently asserted, by Messrs. MARTIN BEOS, that all Favors will Receive Prompt and Careful Attention, tlie Sligliicst Wish of every Customer being respected, in the execution of orders. ANY OF TEE SB advertised Goods or an Assortment of these Goods for- ? warded on approval to any part of the Colony. A POPULAR SYSTEM I 1 'SHOPPING BY POST' Is even more popularised by the fact that Messrs. MARTIN BROS, are always glad...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. THE FOLLOWING ARE THE RATES CHARGED FOR ADVERTISEMENTS ^ ? IN 'THE CHRONICLE':— ? 2 3 4 6 6 7 or 8 8orlO 11 12 Lines. Lines. Lines. Lines. Lines. Lines. Lines. Lines. Lines. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s d. £ s. d. £ e. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. One Insertion „ ..10 16 2 0 30 36 046060056060 Two Insertions .. ..20 30 40 6 070 0900 10 00 11 00 12 0 Three Insertions .. ..28 40 55 81 06 0 12 20 13 60 14 10 0 16 2 Four Insertions .. ..30 53 70 10 6 12 3. 0 15 90 17 60 19 3110 Five Insertions .. ..44 07 89 13 3 156 0 19 811 11 141163 Six Insertions .. ..50 78 10 2 15 4 17 10 ; L S 0 166 1811 10 7 Remittance must in all cases accompany Order or Advertisement cannot be inserted. lx33-c

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IMPECUNIOUS WIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

IMPECUNIOUS WIVES. The following comments on this subject are abridged from the Queeii : — The ' master ' felt convinced that his wife)- like most women, saved upon her housekeeping1 allowance. Those who have read Mr. Zangwill's novel will remember that this was one of the reasons why the artist could not live under one roof with Mrs. Strang. Women may be content to leave Mrs. Strang in the hands of her literary creator, but they will certainly wish to hava some say concerning the general imputation. If, they will ask themselves, most married women save upon their housekeeping allowance — which is one of those good sweeping assumptions that in our scientific age are only permitted where women are in question — why do they Bave? Is there any temptation for them to make a purse against a day of poverty? Are they quite dependent upon the ups-and -downs of their husbands' fortune and good pleasure? Have they neither capital nor income of their own t It is an odd circumstance that to mos...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

The ore-laden barque Fortlibank, which re turned to Port Adelaide recently in a partially dismasted condition, was taken alongside the big crane at Maclaren wharf on Tuesday to have her damaged gear taken out of her. The repairs will lie effected hereby local firma,

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SEA MAGIC. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

Sea Magic. The children talk in the firelight, The mother sits, and hears ; Her lips have a hint of smiling, Her eyes a thought of tears. With tears and smiles together She hears the children sav How this by way of the heather, And that by way of the bay, Will leave the small safe haven Wherein the children throve ; Shut in by sea and mountain Into a nest of love. She 6niilcs to hear them dreaming Of what each one will do, Over the mountain gleaming, Out on the waters blue. But ever the mist grows thicker When Hugh, the sailor, tells Of the sea king's cave of coral. And pearls and diamond shells ; Of the golden deep sea weather, And galleons sunk of yore ; She thinks on his long drowned father, Her eyes can see no more.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

TO CORRESPONDENTS. ' ' dl Uklet.'— You have a right to put up anew fence. ' J.B.'— Approximately the pronunciation is as though the name were spelt Maher, the a having the sound of that letter in the word far. - ' Tub Weir,' Clarendon.— 1. You cannot legally do so without the consent of the lessor. 2. He can register without your consent. 3. Yes. ' Victim.'— If you withdrew the order before it was executed, as you hod a right to do, you need not accept the book. '?Inquisitive,' Blyth.— If the patentee grant per mission you may do so. ' Coxbtakt Header,' Brinkworth.— The name does not appear in the West Australian postal guide. - 'Looking Glass,' Chucka Bend.— Remove the silvering from the injured part, clean the glass, form a well of beeswax round the spot, pour on it some nitrate of silver, and precipitate the silver by sugar or oil of cloves and spirits of wines. This does not leave a white mark round the prepared place. ' Prospector,' Robertstown. — The samples consist of— 1. Gal...

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LADIES' GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

LADIES' GOSSIP. The Berlin correspondent of the British Medical Journal writes :— There is a rumor that the professions of dentist and of chemist imd druggiBt are to be opened to women. Up to the present all the lady dentiBte practising jn Germany have had an American training. | , De Candolle, a French investigator, has come to the conclusion from his researches that women have a larger proportion of brown eyes j&nan men. lie also Unas tnat wnere ootn parents have eyes of a like color the chances fae 88 to 12 that their children, when they arrive at the ape of 10 {when the color of the , teyes is fixed} will have eyes of the same color, i ?Vhen the parents have eyes of different colors ? ihe chances are 55 to 45 in favor of brown as ' Against blue or grey eyes in the children. I In the very early periods of Jewish history fromen seem to have been as fond of dress and decorations as they are in modern times (writes fk contemporary). As far back as seven ' bentfnries oefore t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

Special Advertisements. 'Almost as Palatable as Milk.'1 This is a fact with regard to Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil. The difference between the oil, in its plain state, is very apparent. In Seott's Emulsion you detect no fish-oil taste. As it is a help to diges tion there is no after effect except good effect. Keep in mind that Scott's Emulsion is the best promoter of flesh and strength known to science. Scott A Sowne. Ltd., London. All Chemists. ROYAL SHEtT~ALMAMAC FOE - 18 9 6. PRICE SIXPENCE. The Royal Sheet Almanac published by the proprie* tors of The Advertiser, Chronicle, and Express, 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 Bhould be sent in without delay. J. L. BONYTHON & CO.

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SOME SNAKE YARNS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

SOME SNAKE YARNS. Much discussion took place recently as to whether snakes were given to Bwallowing their kind. 'Sundowner, the author of a little book called 'Snakes,' affirms that when one of them is hard pressed by its enemies and there are young ones playing about, the latter promptly crawl down their mother's throat out of harm s way. Me aaas : — it is pamtui to witness the agony of a mother snake some times when, in the flurry and excitement fol lowing the appearance of a man amongst a group of the reptiles, the offspring of some other snake accidentally take refuge down her throat. She has not the capacity to hold her neighbor's young and her own, of course, and when she has been filled up with strangers, and a couple of stray ones of her own appear on the scene and clamor for admission, her position indeed becomes a trying one.' Her own offspring is, in fact, often left to perish, while she reluctantly saves the lives of others which do not belong to her. ' Sundowner' thinks...

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LUNAR AND SOLAR CALENDAR—NOVEMBER. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

LUNAR AND SOLAR CALENDAR-NOVEMBER. Phases of tub Moon. fUllltoon ? rrd day, Oh. 19m. a.m. last Quarter .. .. .. 10th day, 8h. 7m. a/m. JlewMoon ? 17th day, 2h. 12m. ann. Hret Quarter .. 24th day, 4h. 19m. p.m. _ _, . Sun Sun Moon Moon V*ya. lMte. rjges 8et8- ^gg g^, » a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. JHday .... 1 i.iO 6.13 6.6 3.38 Saturday 2 4 '45 0.14 6.0 4.3 ?today f. . 3 4.44- 6.15 7.9 4.38 Monday .. 4 4.43 6.16 8.14 6.8 Tuesday .. 6 4:42 6.17 9.17 5.50 Wednesday 6 4.41 6.18 10.17 6.42 Oiursday .. 7 4.40 6.10 1L10 7.41 *Hdny.. .. 8 4.40 6.20 11.27 8.47 Saturday .. 9 4.23 6.21 11.55 9.57 finhday.. .. 10 4.3S 6.22 a.m.31 11.7 Jlonday .. 11 4.S7 6.23 1.7 p.ni.18 ttnesday .. 12 4.37 6.24 1.36 1.27 Wednesday .. 13 4.36 0 25 2.6 2.36 Thursday .. 14 4.35 6.26 2.35 3.47 Friday .. ,.15 4.34 6.27 3.6 4.59 Saturday .. 10 4.34 6.28 3.40 6.U Bttnday.. .. 17 4.33 0.29 4.20 7.24 Monday ..18 4 32 6.30 5.8 8.31 Tuesday .. 19 4.32 0.31 6.2 9.30 Wednesday .. 20 4.31 -5.32 7.2 10.20 !Cbur8day .. 21 4.31 6.33 8....

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