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AUDITORS FOR DISTRICT COUNCILS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

AUDITORS FOR DISTRICT COUNCILS^ TO THE EDITOR. Sir — Why do not the Government provide auditors, for the benefit of country ratepayers? Take for instance the Port Germcin district, which I cm living ia. The auditors for .the council are doing an auc tioneering business together at times. Their fees for auditing are £13 4s. Other items from the balance sheet are — councillors' fees, £122 11s. 9d., which amounts to over 25s. per day for each councillor ; petty cash account, £45 0s. 3d. ; together with sun dries £34 13s. 2d., which no one can understand, and. other mysterious items I could name. This same council also advertises in a paper which not one rate payer in 400 in this district takes. In the case of a recent contract, because their favorites were not suc cessful in tendering the councillors decided to do the job by day work, and the disappointed favorites were sent to superintend. Some few months back, when £ 5uO was spent on relief work, a wealthy fanner was ' boss ' wilh hi...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LAWN TENNIS. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

LAWN TENNIS. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION. Glen Osmond v. Semaphore. — Eowen and Pridmore (G.O.) beat J. Allnutt and Farquhar (S.), 6—1, 6—2 ; and E. and H. Allnutt (S.), 6—0, 6—1 ; -Searle aud Murray (G.O.) lost to K. and H. Allnutt, 4—0, 6 - 3, 1—6 ; and beat J. Allnutt and Farquhar, 6 — 1, 0—1 ; Bowen beat J. Allnutt, 0—1; Murray beat H. Allnutt, 6 — 1 ; Searle beat Farquhar, 6 — 4 ; Pridmore lost to' E. Allnutt, 4—0. Totals— Glen Osmond, 10 sets, 09 games ; Semaphore, 3 sets S6 games. Parkside v. College Park.— Angel and Scott (P ) beat Kelsey and Sheppard (C.P.), 6—5, 0—1, and Jagoe and Hunter (O P.), 6—3, 8—0, 6—2 ; Eoberts and Spiller (P.) beat Jagoe and Hunter, 6—5, fi— 6, 6 — 3, and lost to Kelsey aad Sheppard, 6—5, 5 — 6, 5—0 ; Angel beat Jagoe, 6—0 ; Eoberts lost to Kelsey, 1—6 ; Scott beat Sheppard, 6—3 ; Spiller beat Hunter, 0—3. Totals— ParkBide, 10 setB, 79 games ; College Park, 6 sets, 60 games, ADELAIDE ASSOCIATION. Glcnsidc v. Cresbrook.— J. G. Frost and H. Jones (...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WILLIAMSTOWN RACES. Melbourne, November 8. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

WILLIAMSTOWN RACES. Melbourne, November 8. The Williamstown races are well attended. Following are the results : — HCBTO.ES. Borderer ? 1 JEolus ? 2 Athelstone ? 3 TBVGASISl STAKES. Partner ? „ ? 1 Pitchery ? 2 Captain Swift ? 3 TRIAL STAKES. Miss Gladstone ? 1 Lady Clare ? 2 Perturbation ? 3 WILL1A5IST0WK CUP. Music ? 1 Reconstruction ? 2 Bruin ? 3

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PUBLIC SCHOOLS' FLORAL SOCIETY. THE ANNUAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

PUBLIC SCHOOLS' FLORAL SOCIETY. THE ANNUAL EXHIBITION. Nov. 1 was observed as a public holiday by the city and other schools for the purpose of affording, the children an opportunity of attending the sixteenth annual exhibition in connection with the Public Schools' Floral and Industrial Society, which was form ally opened in the Exhibition Building in the afternoon by his Excellency the Governor. The object of this yearly exposition is to foster a competi tive spirit amongst the school children of the colony, and to enable the parents to judge of the practical education which is nowadays imparted to the growing generation. Year after year the society has advanced in popular favor, and the annual show is always looked forward to with the greatest interest by the youngsters particularly, as considerable rivalry exists between the schools. In some resjmcts the present exhibition is inferior to preceding engagements. There is not such an. elaborate display in many of the classes, but t...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TRAFFIC FROM SYDNEY. Sydney, November 7. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

TRAFFIC FROM SYDNEY. Sydney. November 7. The Cup traffic returns this year show an excess of £500 over those of last 3fear.

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VICTORIAN RACING. V.R.C. MEETING. THE OAKS DAY. AURABIA SCORES AGAIN. {By Mentor.] Melbourne, November 7. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

YffiTOMffi EACim V.R.O. MEETING. . THE OAKS DAY. AURARIA SCORES AGAIN. [By Mentor.] Melbourne, November 7. Oaks Day, regarded as the off day of the Flemington meeting, is by tradition dedicated to the ladies because all the horses who meet on equal terms in the principal event are mares. It may be that some ladies recognise thifl in a sentimental way ; but the chances are that after & public holiday on Tuesday for the Cup most men have to attend to their business in the city, and their wives, their cousins, and their aunts have the necessary time to attend the races. Certain it is that the fair Bex pre dominate at Flemington on Oaks Day. Many of those gentleman who have the good furtune. to be present can feast their eyeB on beauty well adorned with more leisure, if not more appreciation, than on other days of the meeting. The mystery of the feminine entourage does not as a rule disturb tho mind of. the average male as to details in the get up ; but he can not help admiring ...

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

vQ ?-— — - ? ?? ? . = ??? . . ey If' Jffib *i M- ^am'''es Supplied by Contract * |T|B 'W 0NE POUND fJOTE | * | ^^| J0HN HUHfER -0. UBfifEi) I ( ' O.MJV xT i~jf CITV BOOT PALACE, SJ 1 1 jfgf ^11^ KeKt Arcade, Rutidle Street. |] -'''«jfro We Qviararvtce *i 4 1 -^SsT j2j|J2, *° ««pplg Man, Wife, and Fice i fi 2 jKC\ f^S6 Children (any size) with ^! 1 t!J i^r Coofl Br0WD CanFas Oxford Slioas | '' » ^jff^t £^pa ^^ ^^ *° °°9 ?tatlou Jn S-A ' ] I i %E^ ^SkI SEEtNQ IS BELIEVING I J j 1 J VMh v£fv Wo want you to SEE these eeocCn « ? '4 ' jJB*« &%^ (8im'plg for an adcertleement) j '

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WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY. Melbourne, November 8. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY. Melbourne, November 8. The following weights have been declared for to-morrow's races : — FLEHrNGTOK STAKES. 1 four furlongs and 82 yards. sUb. I 6Ub. Nen-haven .. «. 10 SlArojoel .. .. 7 3 Coil .. ..... 10 S Ammunition ,.7 7 Hie Officer.. ..0 9 Dowry ., ..7 7 Thunder Queen ..0 4 Qualigy ., ..7 7 Kobold .. .. 8 11 Bosion '.. ..7 7 Norroy .. .. 8 10 Birch Broom ..7 6 Bright Eyes .. 8 10 Lady Gardenia ..7 6 LeVar .. ..8 9 Miss Carbine ..7 4 Ariki.. .. ..8 0 Embrasure .. 7 i Raak.. «. ..8 4 Moonlyong.. ..7 4 Aroola .. ..8 4 Lente .. ..7 1 Pluvius .. ..8 2 First Master ..7 0 Aphorist .. .. 7 13] Hebron .. „ 6 11 The Hummer ..7 12 Skyla .. .. C10 Lucullus .. .. 7 11 Bouvardia .. .. 6 10 Flintlock .. .. 7 11 Wcstlock „ .. C 7 Kangulandai .. 7 10 Tulip „ „ C 7 V.R.C. HANDICAP. One mile and three-quarters. -Hova .. .. 9 12 Bradford .. .. 7 12 Havoc .. ..9 4 Wallace .. „ 7 11 Quiver .. ..9 2 Toranalri .. .. 7 11 The Admiral ..9 0 PaloAHo .. .. 7 11 Brockleigh.. .. 9 0 B...

Publication Title: Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

There are upwards of 3,000 white men and 500 Australian girls working for Chinese bosses in Sydney. ANY MAN suffering from the result ot early transgressions, prostration, loss of energy, love ol solitude, loss of memory, giddiness, duluess of hearing, no power of attention to business, lassitude, no refreshment after sleep, timidity, involuntary blushing, self-distrust, excesses, bladder difficulties, whitish or dark ropy sediment in the water accompanied by slight burning sensation, headache, drowsiness dunng the day, circles around the eyeB, irregularity of the bowels, specks before the eyes, discontentedness, weakness, pains in the back, liver and kidney complaints, reams, buzzing 'oises in lbe eaxB mld ,head' ^mVles' a fear that something is going to happen, weak stomach, yellow or bloodshot eyes,, impure Wood, lasty uncontrollable temper, palpitation of the neart, General weakness, and all symptoms which lead to misers and insanity should at once Consult PBOFESSOR EVANS. He al...

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THE ST. ALBANS ESTATE. Melbourne, November 7. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

THE ST. ALBANS ESTATE. Melbourne. November 7. On Wednesday next the St; Albans estate, the sire Trenton, and a number of horses will be sold by auction by Mr. Archie Yuille at St. Albans, Geelong. Two or three offers have been made for tho estate.

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THE AUCKLAND DERBY. Auckland, November 7. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

THE AUCKLAND DERBY. Auckland, November 7. The Auckland Derby was run to-day with, the following results :— Euroclydon ? 1 Manser ? ... 2 Mannlicher , t ? 3 By the death on Sunday at the age of 63 of Mr. W. C. Harrison, of Port Adelaide, South Australia loses one of its leading and best known millers. Mr. Harrison was of a re tiring disposition, and rarely concerned him self publicly with matters outside his busi ness; but his straightforwardness and in tegrity gained the respect of a wide circle; especially was this the case with members of the corn trade and the Millowners' Associa tion, with whom he naturally was intimately acquainted.

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POISONED BY TINNED MEAT. Broken Hill, November 7. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

POISONED BY TINNED MEAT, Broken Hill. November 7. Nearly all Monday night Dr. Home waa engaged attending the Roberts family, who live near the cemetery at Railway Town. lb appears that they had tinned corned beef for tea, and within an hour the four of them, father, mother, and two sons, began to show pronounced symptoms of poisoning. One son came in 20 minutes late for tea, and thus es caped the painful experience wliich his people had. Dr. Homo aflkninistered remedies, and eventually aucceeden in getting the patients out of danger.

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

SPORTING. Minstrel Boy was scratched for the Gawler Hurdles at 2.50 p.m. on Thursday. Special trains at excursion fares are being ran to Gawler on Monday next for the con venience of those wishing to attend the local races. The first special leaves Adelaide at half-past 10, and a second a quarter of an hour later, returning from Gawler at 5.35 and 5.57 p.m. A notice in our advertising columns reminds sporting men intending to patronise the Mait land races on Monday next that they must leave Adelaide on Saturday morning by the 7.40 train to Paskeviile, whence they journey by mail to Maitland. Messrs. Barker & Cornelius are offering for sale on Friday next a fine mob of horses on be half of Mr. F. E. Hyde, of Lako Albert station. Among the lot are ten six-year-old geldings, eight of whom are by Highlander (imp. ) that have been well schooled over big fences. Another is by Breadalbane, and there is also one a full brother to the hurdle-racer Nalpa. Seeing that Naming, Charcoal,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DRAUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

DRAUGHTS. An interesting draughte match took place in the Goodwood Institute on Friday, November 1, between Goodwood and the Federal Boot Company and re sulted in a win for Goodwood, the scores being 1C to 12. The Good woods were weakened by the absence of Messrs. R. Linton and J. H. Mclnnes, and Mr. Cassells preferred to play for tie F.B.C. Scores :— Wins Goodwood. Draws. F.B.C. Wins. 2 J. Gardner 1 J. B. Cassells 0 1 P. Lester 0 P. Allanson 2 3 W. Maschmedt 1 J. Smith 0 0 J. Bott 0 R. Rogers 4 1 O. H. Thompson 1 T. Copp 1 1 O. Shultz 0 D. Marlin 3 2 P. White 1 H. Landiburg 1 1 W. Ellis 1 T. Cock 0 8 It. Murray 0 H. Clark 1 2 B. Wight 1 A. Jackson 0 10 6 12 The lately formed chess and draughts club ol Eoughton played their first match in draughts against a team from Golden Grove. After some exciting play the results turned in favor of the Golden Groves, who won by two games. Scores : — HOnOHTOX. GOLDEN GBOVS. Mr. T. Possingham „ 0 Mr. Westphal .. „ 3 Mr. A. Hannaford ., 2 Mr. Ketbe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

Plans for the Paris Exhibition to be held in 1900 are already actively dibcusscd in Franco. One of the most remarkable objects of inte rest proposed is a telescope which will enable the moon to be viewed at an apparent.distanca of less than a hundred miles, ' i ' The late Alderman R. Ellis, of Harro gate England, bequeathed the following sums to Free Methodist institutions : — Ministerial j Superannuation and Beneficent Fund,$£2,00p) Aahville College, £2,000; the Mission Fund, '1 £500; the CoUege^Eudowment S&eiae* £380,' £:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

J»P |?HisGo\jpor\ 1 ^|ito£i and send With 5s. 6d. ?! i£ Ltiujx tcaJl JoKflfKmterGo.bd. f ]| JWg jp GITy BOOT fALAGE. ? j ! ff|^ Vrapl \ A )^ Quarantee to forward % i ; ti|! ^[ ? ? FREE OF GHARQE | J \ Ji&pfak ONE J-AIR Ladies' Shoes as | \ I SSj^\£m Sample SKeWn. * If \ \ ^ferijtfi /Ml Qoods sent sarrtfe day as $?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

The monthly report of the trustees of the Savings Bank of bouth Australia for October Bbows that the number of new depositors a£ Adelaide was 336 and that 43 accounts were reopened. The new depositors at 130 agencies numbered 3S9 and 28 accounts were re opened. The accounts closed at Adelaide numbered 348 and at 130 agencies 170, the increase of depositors being 278, making the present number 86.42L The receipts from depositors at Adelaide were £85,452 18s. 11& and at 130 agencies, £415^868 18s. 7d. or a total of £132,321 17a. 6d. The repay ments to depositors at Adelaide were £112,751 6s. and at 130 agencies £34,987 19s. 10d., or a total of £147,749 7s.- lOd. The decrease of de posits -was thus £15,427 10s. 4d. American girls are said to be fully keeping pace with thejr English sisters in increase of Btaturo. The average skirt ^measurement, which a few jeans ago waa 42 in.t is now 4v in. '

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BLOCK 14 COMPANY. THE DIRECTORS AND THE EMPLOYES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

BLOCK U COMPANY. THE DIRECTORS AND THE EMPLOYES. The proposed meeting between the deputa« tion from the men working at the Block 14 Smelting Works, Port Adelaide, and th^ directors has taken place. The men's reprei sentatives asked for a substantial ad vanes irt wages,' and represented that they performed laborious work, and that higher rates were naid at other nlaces. The Chaibman of Dibectoks, in replying, expressed approval of the action taken by thg men in seeking the interview to discusjj matters, and pointed out that the company two and a half years ago had over £30,000 in hand, which it had since spent in erecting! machinery, and during the time it .had continued operations and extracting ore from the mine and had expended about £290,000; the bulk of which had gone to working men without the shareholders receiving oue penny. He stated that the company had passed through hard times owing to the price of silvei* and had paid the men as much as it could afford, and reminded them...

Publication Title: Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

-5 . Aphis, Codlin Moth, and all Insect Pests may be destroyed cheaply and effectively by using Spray Poisons from F. H. Fauldiug and Co., Wnolesale Druggists, Adelaide. F285cx292c? An artesian boro 18 miles from WarreKo, Queensland, has struck a supply of 3,500,000 gallons of water a day at « depth of 1,800 ft. /

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DEATH OF MR. E. BECKER. Port Augusta, November 3. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

DEATH OF MB. E. BECKER. Port Augusta, Novemlier 3. Mr. E. Becker, keeper of the gaol, died this morning at 8 o'clock. He had an attack of in fluenza 14 days ago and on Friday week was apparently recovering, but a relapse set in on Saturday, a severe cold settling on the lungs, which brought on pneumonia. Every possible care was given him with the best medical attendance, but it was of no avail. Great sympathy is felt for his wife and family of 10 children. He was only 42 years of age and was looked upon with the greatest respect by all. He was transferred here from Port! Darwin five years agO| where his eldebt sou still resides. He was corn at Tanuuda.

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