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READJUSTMENT OF PORTFOLIOS. LONDON, November 5. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

BE ADJUSTMENT OF PORTFOLIOS. London, November 5, The readjustment of portfolios in the new Ministry formed by M. Leon Bourgeois, 'consequent upon the refusal of M. Louis Hanotaux to undertake the office of Minister of Foreign Affairs, has now been completed. The position of Minister of Foreign Affairs will be filled by M. Pierre Berthelot, M. N. Combes being Minister of Public Instruction -md M. Guieysso Minister of the Colonies. The programme of the new administration has been announced by M. Bourgeois to in clude the levying of an income tax? provision for old-age pensions, and the granting of per m'ission for the workers to combine for their ilnutual protection. ? LJM. Bourgeois has issued a proclamation pro ' -»T , ? .,- ?.??-...:. hibitinpr members of the Senate or the Cham ber of Deputies from joining any financial syndicates.

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FRENCH CRISIS. THE NEW MINISTRY. LONDON, November 1. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

THE FRENCH CRISIS. THE NEW MINISTRY. London, November 1. M. Leon Bourgeois, who consequent upon the resignation of M. Ribot, the French Premier, was entrusted by the President with ?the task of forming a new administration, has successfully completed the undertaking. The new Government is constituted as follows : — Premier and Minister of Interior — M. Leon Bourgeois. Minister of Finance — M. Doumer. Minister of Publio Instruction — M. Ber thelot. Minister of Justice— M. Ricard. Minister of War — M. Cavaignac Minister of Marine— M. Lockroy. _ Minister of Commerce — M. Mesurier. Minister of Agriculture — Mi.Viger. Minister of Public Works— M. Dessaigne. Minister of Colonies — M. Coinbes. The portfolio of Minister of Foreign Affairs has not yet heen filled, M. Hanotaux, who held the office in the previous administration, having refused to join the present Govern ment.. It is announced that it will be part of the policy of M. Bourgeois to create an army_ for the defence of the French c...

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E.S.& A. BANK, LIMITED. LONDON, November 1. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

E.S. & A. BANK, LIMITED. London, November 1. At the second annual meeting of the share holders of the English, Scottish, and Aus tralian Bank, Limited, held in London on Tuesday, October 29, it was announced by Mr. C. J. Hegan, the chairman of directors, that the amounts placed upon fixed deposit and to the credit of tee current accounts with the bank totalled £1,899,510. The value of the public securities and cash , held by the bank amounted to £954,574, and the advances upon bills and the other assets of the institution were stated at £4,794,378.

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DEATH OF AN OLD COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

DEATH OF AN OLD COLONIST. Blyth, November 6.— The death of Mr. T. Williams, which took place at his residence on October 29, removes another of the early colonists from the list. He arrived with his wife in tho colony in the year 1847, and soon after landing commenced dairy farming at Onetree Hill. He was among the first to take up land in this district, and has been a resi dent here for over 20 years. He was 71 yeai-s of age, and leaves six sons, five daughters, 70 grandchildren, aud oue great grandchild.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

fi-Drawer Chest, solid OQ 111 (1 Cedar, as shown above 3C/0 III U 3-Drawer Chest 18s. Gd. 6-Drawer Chest, £1 10s. JO U JDb J-^S X JL U JlIi Jo city KOIK ADDRESS- |\ S\ A 9 f^ f| I 1* /fl ¥^ l'' 1 jj K°TE AMRESS FEANKLIN-STREET, I V I /l L— V^ V^ L-a I ¥ 8 li L-. I \mJ j FRANKLIN-STREET. Near Post-o^ca. FURNISHING WAREHOUSE, ADELAIDE. Kear po3t ?office* WE ARE THE ONLY FIRM THAT GIVES THE FOLLOWING GUARANTEE :?— NOTES.— A Genuine Guarantee— Every Article is Guaranteed in first-class order and of the best workmanship. If not, we undertake to talie them back and bear the expense of carriage. Country orders receive special attention. BEDROOM SUITE, consisting of Ducness Pair, with marble-top and tile-back to Washstand, and swinging mirror and jewel box on Dressing Table, Wardrobe with double doors, 2 Chairs, and Towelhorse ? £7 19 0 Write for Complete Price-List. TWO-ROOMED HOUSE FURNISHED lor £11. THREE-ROOKED HOUSE FURNISHED for £14 15s. Colonial Sofas ? £0 13 0 Chairs, Is. lid.. 2s. ...

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A SAD FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

A SAD FATAL11T. Hammond, October 2G. — A very sad fatality occurred at Hammond on October 23, when Mrs. John Spurr and her baby bov were thrown out of a trap and killed. The de ceased lady with two of her children were driving ?when the horse suddenly took fright and bolted. The backhand of the harness otokc ana tiie snatt consequently ten on tne ground, causing the occupants of the vehicle to be thrown out. Harriet Spurr, aged 10 years, escaped unhurt, but Mrs. Spurr and the baby were so severely in jured that they died shortly after being taken to the home of Mrs. Spurr, sen. Mr. John Spurr, the husband of the deceased lady, was sent for immediately, but when he arrived his wife and only son were dead. There are nine daughters left to mourn their mother's loss. Tbe funeral took place at the local cemetery yesterday and was verj- largely attended.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

GALVAN12EQ IRON BEST BRANDS, p. at & %fo per Sheet 2«--MUttE. 7-ft. at 2s. Ojd. j for Net Cash. WINDOW COMPLETE, ^9-ft. at 23 10d. WINDOW COMPLETE £1 l«s. ICs. U. Including Glass, 12 panes, ,. _, ' or 2 panes aa below. Including Glass. % r ., T^j\\ WE GUARANTEE ALL OUR t — ~t ?WBpp^B JOINERY * ItHSllf^U HfiBjffillPlr (o be of the very BEST WORKMAN- '|g& !*&& B|^^' SHIP. With a view of assuring intend- SeSH OsSS lrafflEll5& ing buyers of the first-class quality of our SSi&i j^J fSHfct*!il?bL Goods we undertake to take back anything 3s| m&i PJ&Pr -ZvlsBfefc. * unsatisfactory and bear the expense. raSS ^Si {Wffiffiji«nk~ i We have given the weight of each, aa %jv «^Jg '. fiSBPSs?^* they are earned on the railways by weight, ifirl ^§|| r^^^^^T bo that the cost of carriage to any part of itiaa^ l*^|] LVffiKgR& the country can be easily ascertained fc ' |P^ MANTELPIECES. H^sPPPik ENAMELLED WOOD (splendid imitation o! ...

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FIRE AT KADINA. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

FIRE AT KADINA. Kadina, November 7. — A fire occurred here at noon to-day, a shop and dwellinghouse in Taylor - street, occupied by Mr. James Willshire, being totally de stroyed. When the cry of fire was raised tho residents quickly assembled and rendered all possible assistance to save the place. By strenuous efforts the flames were prevented from getting a firm hold on the adjoining building. The fire was caused through a chimuey catching fire. The building destroyed belonged to Mr. James Lang, and was unin sured. The room in which the fire started was a weatherboard structure. Most of Mr. Willshire's effects were saved. It has been decided that an inquest is unnecessary.

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REVOLT OF THE MOSLEMS. LONDON, November 5. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

REVOLT OF THE MOSLEMS. London. November 5. Further particulars have been received with reference to the Mahometan rebellion which has been proceeding for some months in the north-west and the south of China, and which recently culminated in the defeat of the Im perial troops throughout the province of Kansu and the capture of its capital, Lan chau-fc. It is reported that tbe Moslems destroyed the telegraph wires throughout the province of Kansu, in order to prevent the mobilisation of the Chinese troops, and that owing to their lack of arms and stores, the Chinese in Lan cliau-fu were utterly unable to contend against the invaders, who were well equipped. Considerable alarm at the victory of the Moslems is expressed iu Pekin, and the Kash gar garrison has been feent to Lau-chau-fu in order to quell the rebellion. Prince Xi-Hung-Chang has been appointed to direct the movements of the Chinese troops.

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MOUNT GAMBIER SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

MOUNT GAMBIER SHOW. Mount Gambier, November 6.— The annual Agricultural aud Horticultural Society's Show was opened to-day, and will bo continued to-morrow, when most of tho jumping events will be contested. The weather to day was beautifully fine and the attendance good, over £100 being taken at the gate. There was a (rood show of sheep, the principal prize winners being Messrs. C. and D. McArthur, of the Miugbool estate, and Mr. M. White. The draught stock entries were light, but the horses in action were very numerous and the quality wasgood. Dr. McDonald tookfirst prizes for buggy pair, single buggy horse, and best turn out on the ground, Dr. Jermyn being second in the same classes. Dr. McDonald also secured first award for his pair of ponies. The other prizes were well distributed. The show of cattle was very good. Glencoe estate took six first prizes and one second, and the Mingbool estate three firsts. There was a splendid lot of poultry, and competition was very close in the...

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CHINA. FIGHTING IN THE NORTH. LONDON, November 1 [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

CHINA. FIGHTING IN THE NORTH. London, November L It is announced that the Moslem army has captured Lan-chau-fu, the capital of Kansn, an inland province in the north of China, which comprises a large part of the ancient kingdom or Tangut. _ .-'?'?? The Moslems are reported to have inflicted a severe defeat upon the Chinese throughout the nrovince.

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Country News. FATALITY NEAR LAURA. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

€0nntrg $LzW. ; FATALITF NEAR LAURAl Ladea, November 1,— A sod fatality oc curred at; Stone Hut last night A girl named Craig, aged 9, was playing on a neighbor's tank, covered with decayed pines, -when she fell through. She was unconscious when taken out, and Dr. Morgan was sent for. He failed to restore animation. The accident ?was reported to the police. Mr. Wilson, J.F., went to Stone Hut this morning, and after an investigation he considered an inquest unneces sary.

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MOUNT GAMBIER. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

MOUNT GAMBIER. Mount Gambier, November 3.— The Stock Owners' Association met yesterday, when it was decided to canvass the district to see what products were available in case the Governor Musgrave iB fitted with freezing apparatus. — . The members of the National Defence League met yesterday, but only formal business was transacted. — A cake fair in aid of St. Paul's ' Catholic Church was held in the insti tute. . It was a great success, the receipts amounting to £47. — Bishop Harmer ' conducted a service at Christ Church to-day ' in the morning and evening, and the atten dance was very large, the church being crowded. He held a con6rmatiou service this morning, when a large number presented themselves for confirmation, including several adults. — The names of 486 men and 230 women have been added to the House of Assembly roll for the district of Victoria, the total male voters now being 2, 794.

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ANGASTON FLOWER SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

ANGASTON FLOWER SHOW. Ang aston, October 31.— The annual flower fihow in connection with the A.H. and F. Society was held in the Recreation Hall on ?Wednesday, the 30th inst, but owing to the effect of the continued dry weather on the out side plants the competition was not so keen as could be desired; but the quality of the ex hibits staged was quifte equal to former years. The principal prizetakers were Mrs. Hannay . and Mr. C. H. Angas, and some splendid plants were shown by these and other com petitors. The attendance in the afternoon was moderate, but in the evening the large building was comfortably filled. Selections ?during the afternoon and evening by Herr Wolf's string band were much appreciated. In the afternoon the public were asked to vote for the best collection of photographs by local amateurs. There were three entries, that of Mr. R, H. Ball being awarded first prize.

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THE WATERVALE BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

THE WATERVALE BRTDGE. Watervale, October 31.— The bridge which ?we had so much trouble to get is com-t pleted, opened for traffic, and all goes on as before, not any opening celebration or any thing' of the kind having taken place. We did expect that champagne would have been in requisition, and that complimentary speeches -would have been made as to the utility and adornment, &c, and some sort of thanks to a paternal Government for having (even in these bad times) given us a special grant of £200 for the purpose ; however, it ib an accomplished fact and a solid structure, which ought to stand wear and tear for many years. The con tractor, Mr. Flett, of near Port Adelaide, carried out his part of the contract, that was ?all the wood work, in a most satisfactory manner.

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THE WINE INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

THE WINE INDUSTRY. Watervale, November 2.— The wine in dustry seems to be the only thing that has any life in it at present about here. Messrs. Buring & Sobels, of the Spring Vale Vine yards, have just completed a large order for 32ngland, 100 hogsheads having been shipped. The excavations at their cellars are just about finished, and tenders are called for building .additional cellarage, as the firm are cramped for room, notwithstanding the fine large cellars already at their disposal.

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ARMENIA. TROUBLE AT SASSOUN. LONDON, November 1. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

ARMENIA. TROUBLE AT SASSOUN. London, November 1. Intelligence has been received of a fresh development of the trouble in Armenia. It is reported that the Turks in Sassoun, the scene of a previous massacre of Armenian Christians, alleged that there was a danger of a repetition of tho atrocities and compelled all the American missionaries in the town to leave. In response to an appeal made to them the foreign embassies are demanding that a strong body_ of troops shall be immediately sent , to Sassoun in order to prevent any repetition of the outrages.

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THE PACIFIC LINE. LONDON, November 1. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

THE PACIFIC LINE. London. November 1. The question whether the Imperial Govern ment should subsidise Huddart, Parker, and Compaay's line of steamers running between Australasia and Canada is still undecided, but in official circles it is considered certain that the grant will be made, and £75,000 a year is mentioned as the sum that will be allowed from the Imperial Exchequer. It is believed that Mr. Chamberlain is strongly in its favor, and that many members of the House of Commons are also willing that Imperial fundB to the amount stated should bo devoted to assisting the venture. Mr. Chamberlain has promised to accord an interview to Mr. James Huddart with a view to some arrangement.

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THE COREAN WAR. LONDON, November 2. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

THE C0REAN WAR. London, November 2. Tue moral support accorded by the United States Government to Japan throughout the Corcan war, and their subsequent assistance in initiating peace negotiations, have ftvoked from the Mikado an autograph letter in which he warmly thanks President Cleveland, and declares that what has been done will tend greatly to the strengthening of the relations between Japan and the States. The rebellion in Formosa is collapsing. The Japanese have captured Katr.hi, an inland town, and the position of the Blackflags is now desperate.

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THE POWERS INTERFERING. LONDON, November 6. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 9 November 1895

THE POWERS INTERFERING. London, November 6. The growing seriousness of affairs in Tur key has called forth the remonstrance of the Powers, who have peremptorily demanded the Porte to take immediate steps towards the ter mination of the reign of anarchy, threaten ing that otherwise they will arrango some concerted action by which to put an end to the_ present unsatisfactory condition of affairs. It is reported that Austria, Germany, and Italy, are advancing their claims to an equal right in any settlement which the disturbances in Turkey may involve. The younfr Turkish party have issued amani» festo, in which an apjjeal is made to the other European nations to assist them in accomplish ing a necessary reform in the govemnunt of the Empire, without regard to race or religion. It is understood that Great Britain is dis playing an increasing firmness in her attitude towards Turkey.

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