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QUORN COTTAGE GARDENERS' SHOW. Quorn, September 30. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

QU0BN COTTAGE GARDENERS' SHOW, Quorn, September 30. The Quorn Cottage Gardeners' Society held their first spring show in the Town Elall on Thursday last. This society, which has been established this year, has for its object the encouragement of local floriculture in and around the homes of the people, thus helping materially to beautify the town. Judging from the success which has attended this their first venture, and the support they have re ceived, one may safely predict great things in the future as the result of this society, espe cially when that most necessary adjunct to gardening — the water— is laid on, which will no doubt shortly be done. The society were favored with splendid weather ior tjteir show and there was a good attendance during the afternoon and evening, and considering the disadvantages under which the exhibitors have labored the production of such £ show as was to be seen in the hall on Thursday was much to their credit. There were about 130 entries in all cl...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TEE WILLOWIE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

TEE WILL0WIE SHOW. A year ago, owing to the depressed times, it fKas considered advisable by the committee of ^'yV'iUowie Agricultural Society to abandon th&i? IpS'j&.-f'11^ as up to that time it had been held regufitfly-4|idsucce8sfully for many years, the quesfion .$K{ietber the fact of having allowed a Break T&yjd prove beneficial or otherwise was1 ?diRCussecfc-.^Any doubts about the matter, however, weic dispelled on Thursday, September 26, wherT the weather was all thai could be desired^ -gx-_ cept that perhaps the clouds now anxl again* appeared a little too threatening. Consequently from an early hour vehicles, horsemen, and pedestrians made their. way towards the show, and fully 1,500 persons assembled on the grounds, where the result of the efforts of the energetic committee was the subject of inspection, and the result of the inspection was a decided ' pass.' The lavge number of excellent exhibits, most of which were the result of the labors of the ...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SIR JULIAN SALOMANS' VERSION. Sydney. October 2. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

Sill JULIAN SALMONS' VERSION. '. Sydney. October 2. There was intense excitement inside and out side the Legislative Council this afternoon. Inside every . available corner for spectators was seized ; outside a dense crowd gathered eagerly canvassing, the case and discuss ing the' most absurd rumors. One was that Sir Julian Salomons had, whilst speak ing, been taken with a fit and had been removed, from the i1 chamber. This had no foundation, but was lielieved by a number of those present. . -.- -, At 4.30 Sir Julian; Salomons rose in the Council and, speaking very seriously and im pressively, commenced along statement, which at the time of the adjournment for tea bad not been concluded. . After referring' sorrowfully rather than scornfully to the abuse heaped upon him hy Mr. Ctick and Mr. Meagher be cause of his Jewisfi* religion and to other matters of the same 'character, which he stated wereabsolutelylrrelevAint to the case, Sir Julian proceeded to repeat ^^circumstantial accoun...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MARINE BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

THE MARINE BOARD. The IiUmne Board met at the Cu6toms-House, Port Adelaide, on Thursday, when there were present the president (Sir. T. N. Stephens), Wardens NeiU, Phillips, Berry, and Hamilton, and the secretary (Mr, J. Darby). The Engineer-in-Chief asked whether it was neces- . sary for a handrail to be provided at Fowler'6 Bay _ ? jetty. Many of the jetties round the coast were ? without handrails. Considering the -length of the jetty it was thought that the handrail could not be dispensed with.; The Eugineer-in-Chief reported having completed . '' deepening the channel of the Port Kiver at Luff Point, raising 16,712 cubic yards of material. The dredger .' was tl^fn taken to the works for repairs which were urgently necessary before ' commencing heavy dredging work near the mouth of the river. Arrangements have been com- i . ?????; pleted with the various corporations for the sale of over 20,000 cubic yards of limestone silt likely to be raised ? '-? near the mouth of the Port Hi...

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DEATH OF MR. G.A. LABATT. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

:^fmsAfk_:-yF, im, & X labatE. ? SP,-, ?-- /.^,_. Wp: regret *to announce,- the death of -Mr. ??, _. x: vGsorjfe Augustus Labatt; which occurred oif -.-' Thursday morning. Mr/.Iiabatt was born in J^ ^'ijiiSlT^at; Rutland-square, Dublin, Ireland, and ^^'i-rwas, -'-the last surviving son of the late Dr.. :- .\rSSamnelB. Labatfc, a distinguished physician jj.''5't'^jf:^h'at city, who was associated with, the great '??? -'/?? _35r.' «Tenner in the introduction of vaccination. ;x^;^His iribther was a sister of General Edmunds, f-l.v/i who held a command at Waterloo. Mr. -? ' v Labatt graduated at Trinity College, Dublin, % - -«sB.A. in 1839, and waa called to the bar the i ':':;??' ^following year. Afterpractieing hiB profession r» . ^f'for some years .in Dublin, he came to this :; '.'? * 'rcolbayin 185D to enter into partnership with ? '.'.?'.-? '??.''. his brother-in-law, the late lion. J. T. ; . .Bagot, which connection lasted till 1870. He ' '-'then- practised his profession ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REVISION COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

REVISION COURTS. - ' Newcastle.— Held at Port Augusta on September .' .-24.' ' Returning-ollicer, John ltudall, S;SL Legui-' '?'. . lative Council— On roll. last court of revision, 1,083 ; ...added since, 30;. transferred to'thij division, 0; -etruck oH, 7 ; transferred to other divisions, 2 ; now ' . . on roll, 1,709. House of Assembly— On roll last . . '..-. court of revision, 6,331; added since, 100; trans . . ferred to this division, 5 ; struck off, 12 ; transferred to other divisions, 13 ; now on roll, 5,411. . Wail aroo.— Held at Moonta Courthouse on Sep tember 21. M r. J. T. Keats rcturning-officer. Pre viously on the roll for Legislative Council, 1,159 ; ? added, new claims, 25; transfers received, 5 ; trans . fera issued, 3 ; struck ofE, 4 ; now on roll, 1,182. IVe ' viously on roll for House of Assembly, 5,733 ; added, new claims, 119 ; transfers received, V ; transfers .issued, 4 ; struck off, 14 r now on the roll, men 3,250, -women 2,5S4, grand total 6,840. 'Wooooora. — ...

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LAND ALLOTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

LAND A LLOTMENTS. The following; lands were allotted by the Central ? Xand Board, which sat on Thursday :— 'Section 103, hundred, of Binnum, perpetual lease containing 109 acres, to Robert Vincent. ; ? Sections 99 to 102, hundred of Foster, miscellaneous lease, containing 1,419 acres, to P. Coon. ? Sections 505 to 597, 580, and (501 to 004, hundred of ' Bremer, miscellaneous lease, containing 2,'213 acres, toG. Congdcn. Section B, hundred of Coonaric, perpetual lease, ' -containing 831 acres, to F. JIcKenuey. Sections 1410 and 1411, hundred of tt'auftr00) home, stead block, right of purchase, containing 5, 1, and 34 ?acres, to James Kenncwell.

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THE SAVINGS BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

THE SAVINGS BANK . The report of the Savings Bank of South Australia for September shows : — New depositors at Adelaide, 345; and 35 accounts .reopened; New depositors at 130 agencies, 360 ; and 13 accounts Teopened, Accounts closed at Adelaide, 301. Accounts closed at 130 agencies, 232. Increase of depositors, 220. Present number of depositors, 86,143. Receipts from depositors at Adelaide, £78,775 11s. Id. Receipts from depositors at 130 agencies, £38,617 Os. 9d. Total, £117,422 11s. lOd. ' | Repayments to depositors at Adelaide, £111, ES7 Is. ' lid. Repayments to depositors at 130 agencies, £30.926 Ss.lOd. , Total, £151,513 10s. 9d. Decrease of deposits, £34,030 ISs. lid.

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. ALBERT DISTRICT, I.O.R. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. ALBERT DISTRICT, I.O.R. Jamestown was recently visited by officers of the Albert District, U. Clark, D.D.K., aud H.J. Pudney, D/T., in the interest of tbe branches there. The tent books were examined and found to be correct. Iu ? :- ? visiting the juvenile tent they found a fine Jpt of youths, who conducted their business most ? ?? ? efficiently and secured deserved commendation from '??'. ?' .the visiting officers. In the evening a public meeting was hold in the Wesleyan schoolroom, under the -: .' presidency of Bro. T. P. Axford, ex-Mayor of James ;??? ;? town, who opened the meeting with a good speech on ii--.-. .temperance and Rechabitism. Songs and recitations ??'. v were civen by several; andthe district officers spoke ?''.'?' oh the benefits of friendly societies. The Coolgardie Miner of Friday, September i 13, says: — 'We are weary of recording the '.'-? . Bins of omission and commission of the Post ?-:?-' and Telegraph Department, but we feel j: ? it a d...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
KADINA SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

T- kli)WASE:dw, ^ ^r The twenty-sixth annual show in connection with the Torko's Peninsula; A.H. iand F. Society was iield . on Wednesdaj',. October % and- proved to be far the bost^how ever held at Kadina, not only on account of the number of exhibits, but on account. of the financial results. Fortunately for the committee the weather, was. every tiling that could be desired, and although this part of the district is languishing for rain, yet the farmers assumed cheerful countenances, and for the day at least seemed to forget their present troubles. Fully 4,000 people were present, coming from all parts of the district, and special trains brouerht a contingent from Port Wakefield and Moonta. Last year about £145 was taken at the gates, which was the highest amount till then, but this year the gate equalled £152. In most sections there was a pleasing in crease in the number of entries, and the horse stock especially was conspicuous. The draught staliion, Jock o' Hazcluean, owned by ...

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THE ORROROO SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

TEE 0ERQBOQ3HQ1Z. . ? 'OrroroyMssaid.to be the native name. .for *rind; and frequent visitors to the town have no reason to doubt the accuracy of the state ment; it of fen blows, and when it does the dust, rises and then the visitor hits, every reason! to appreciate the apt nomenclature nf fVin rlnaW KnnR of the BOll. For the first time for many years the Orroroo Agri ?culturaTSccietjr selected a fine -day for their annual show, there being little orno wind, and ? ? ? » consequently there was very littledust. The show was therefore ' a1 success financially, as over 3,000 people attended, and' about £110 was taken at the gates; but still the takings did4 not come up to the receipts of 1894, on which occasion the gate was worth £122. It is hard to find a cause for this, t and one is in ' dined' to attribute the falling off to the fact that there' is less money in the district and farmers living away from the immediate neighborhood' are hoarding their coppers to fight another bad seaso...

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DIAMONDS IN WEST AUSTRALIA. Perth, September 30. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

DIAMONDS IN WEST AUS TRAL1A. Perth, September 30. A discovery of diamonds at the Pilbarra goldfields is reported. The finders unearthed four stones, which they brought to Perth, and had them examined by the _ Government analyst, who declared them genuine diamonds, equal to the stones obtained at tho Caps in lustre and brilliancy. The discoverers will give no information of tho locality until tbe land they are applying for has been secured.

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ALLEGED ATTEMPT TO MURDER. Sydney, September 30. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

ALLEGED ATTEMPT TO MURDER. Sydney, September 30. At the Central Criminal Court to-day John Wilson was charged with injuring with intent to murder -Edwin Hainpson. It was alleged that Wilson induced Hampaon to insure his life for £500, and to transfer the policy to Cecil Long, really, identical with Wilson. Then, it is stated, Wilson induced Hampson to come with him to Drummoyne, a sparsely populated marine suburb. On the pretext of tattooing his arm he induced him to take some poison as an anodyne and then attempted to throw him into the water. Hampson was thrown down a cliff on to the edge of the water, where he remained uncon scious for sometime. He, however, managed to get away, and then he found that he was suffering from poisoning. Evidence was tendered bearing out these allegations. The case was not concluded. Sydnej', October 1. The hearing of the charge of attempted murder against John Wilson was concluded to-day. Evidence for the defence was calied to show that the. prisone...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, September 27. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, September 27. A telegram from Deepwater states that a .*#ld animal, called locally the 'bullapan,'seen iStjntervals during the past 20 years, has been Ijsen again, and great excitement has been tikuBed in the district. The animal is liteseribed as having long shaggy black hair, „? is said to be about the size of a yearling calf, i :' Had is of -thje shape of a Urge dog. Probably sifee creature is a poor relation of the ' bunyip. ' i-,; Sydney, beptember z'J. P^**' e epidemic of innuenza is still raging at Howe Island. At the time the Birks left the last supplyof medicines had given -out on the island, and grave fears were enter t&ined of serious mortality if it was not early replenished. V- Sydney, September 30. *JPercy Murphy, aged 13, died at Wilcannia ; tfiiB morning from blood poisoning. About a week ago he pricked a pimple on his face with i^pin and this caused* blood poisoning. He was a healthy and well-built lad. ?A fire at Bombala early this ...

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WEST AUSTRALIA. Perth, September 30. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

k-'' ' WEST AUSTRALIA. .:::''?-? ?'.-.:'?: '-'.?? Perth, September 30. '-'?'. The Fremantle Football Crab has won the premiership with 29 points to the Hovers' 25. ' ? Brisbane, September 30. John O'Dwyer, the quartermaster of the Duke of Argyle. was working in the rigging to-day when he slipped. He crashed through the awning, fell heavily on the deck, and was killed.

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QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, September 27. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, September 27. The Government have sold the Charleville bore to the local municipality. A waggonload of wool from Maneroo caught fire near the Longreach railway-station to day. With difficulty 14 baleB were saved. The rest, with the waggon, were destroyed. ? : ? Brisbane, September 29. The Barcaldine boiling down works have been almost totally destroyed by fire. The damage amounts to £5,000 and the place was insured Ifor £1,500. Sixty hands have been thrown 'out of employment. . ; . Brisbane, October 1. The trial of Professor Freeman, who is charged with the murder of Mrs. Crofton by an illegal operation, was begun to-day. A document was produced purporting to be a statement made by the deceased whilst ill. It transpired that the original document had been destroyed and the accused's counsel ob jected, to the admission of the copied docu ment The case was unconcluded. Brisbane, October 2. The revenue for the quarter just ended was £1,102,000, or an increase of £...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CLARE SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

TEE GLARE SR0W% The annual show in . connection with the Stanley Agricultural and Horticultural Society was held on Wednesday, when about 3,000 people visited the grounds, including Mr. E. W. Hawker, M.P. Men judge by the complexion of the sky The state and inclination of the day. - And so it was with the Clare people, for the evening prior to the show the sky was over cast and ? during the night several heavy showers fell. The complexion of the sky in the morning was decidedly unfavorable as it rained pretty heavily np to 11 o'clock, when it cleared and remained fine for the rest of the day. The town of Clare is not in need of rain, and it made some, of the farmers from the outlying districts sad to think that here, where the rain was not required, the heavens had opened their floodgates,- while the dis tricts really in need were left unwatered. The show was a pronounced success, the entries being more numerous, competition keener, and the amount ta-ken at the gates greater than la...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE McMEEKIN WILL CASE. Melbourne. October 1. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

THE McMEEKIN WILL GASEf^C Jl Melbourne. October li ? .- -M The parties interested in the will of the Jatc Captain McMeekin have come to a settlement^ which puts an end to the celebrated action. Judgment was to-day entered up for the de fendants with costs, but the terms of |be settlement were not disclosed.

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RIVAL NEWSPAPER EDITORS. Melbourne, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

RIVAL NEWSPAPER EDITORS. Melbourne, October 1. Mr. Justice Williams to-day ordered Mr. Thomas Wright, editor of the Southern Mail, Korumburra, to pay a fine of £3 3s. with £4 4s. costs for contempt of court, in publishing commentB on a libel action instituted against Mr. Ernest Oliphant, editor of the Kor'um hurra, Titnea. It was stated in defence that the rival newspapers 'slang whanged each other,' and that one week Wright would defame his rival and the next weekTiis rival would defame him. The fine was paid.

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WEEKLY RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

WEEKLY RAINFALL. The following shows the quantity of rainfall at the undermentioned stations fur the week ended 9j.hl, Thursday, October 3 :— Aldinja .. ? .. fi'WO' Adelaide .. .. 0133 Alice Springs . . fl-075 Angaston ..' .. p'120 Apuila . . . . 0*070 Auburn . .- . .'? ' 0*130 Balakl'ava . . . . 0-050 Barrow Creek . . 0040 Beachpoit.. -.. 0.000 Beltana .. .. O'OtO B'anchetown . . 0-030 Blinman .. .. O-085 Blumberg .. .. 0-515 | Blyth .. .. 0-070 Bo'olcroo Gentre . . 0-035 Bordertown .. 0-S90 Burra .. .. 0-140 Bute .. .. 0-060 Callington.. .. 0*090 Caltowie .. .. 0T20 Cameton .. .. 0'0S0 CapeBorda ... 0110 CapeJcnis .. 0-110 C.Northumberland 0-275 CapeWilloughby.. 0-120 Charlotte Waters 0-030 C';are .. .. 0-130 Clarendon.. .. 0-480 Cowell .. .. 0 020 Coonalpyn .. 0-020- Cradock .. .. 0150 Crafers ? 0-53B Crystal-Brook- ..' 0-255 Curramulka .. O'2Oi) Echunga .. .. 0'490 Edithburgh .. 0 130 Eudunda .. .. O'iJSG Eurelia .. .. 0-135 r^rrell's Flat .. 0-260 Fowler's Bay .. 0'140 Frances ...

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