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CANNIBAL MUTINEERS. Sydney, September 30. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895
CANNIBAL MUTINEERS. Sydney, September 30. The steamer Kurrara, which reached Port Jackson late to-night after a trading cruise around the Solomon Islands, brings news of a gruesome murder by cannibals at the group, whereby Captain Atkinson and Mr. Floyd, the mate of the trading schooner Naravoo, lost their lives. The Naravoo is a small inter-island trader, and the captain and the mate were the only two white men on board, the rest of the crew being natives. &nbsp; About the 7th of last month the vessel anchored off one of the islands of the Solomon Group, when seven men from Malayta form ing part of the crew formed a plan to capture the vessel. Accordingly at night they armed themselves with axes, stole up to the cabin where the captain and mate were sleeping, and butchered the two men in their sleep. Neither Atkinson nor Floyd was allowed time to make any resistance. The Malayta men then held a wild cannibalistic orgie on board the vessel, devouring the bodies of the white ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. Announcements under this heading must be authen- ticated by the name and address of the sender, and are inserted in The Advertiser, The Express, The Chronicle, and Summary for England at a single charge of Two Shillings and Sixpence each when not exceeding five lines ; over five lines Sixpence per line. (A line consists of seven words.) &nbsp; BIRTHS. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; FENN.— On the 29th September, at ^yatUe?street, Fullarton, the wife of Charles F. Fenn, of a son. . McINERNEY. — On the 21st September, at the Grange, the wife of Thomas Mclncrney, of Gume racha, of a eon. VON TREUER.— On tlie 17th September, at South terrace, the wife' of Percy von Treu'er, of a son. STREMPEL.— On the 24th September, at Gilles street, tlie wife of F. C. Strempel, of a son. SHANAHAN.-TOn the 27th September, at her resi dence, Knightsbridge, the wife of T, J. Shanahan, of a son. FRISBY.— On th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895
Shipping. P.&O. STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. FOR LONDON, Under Royal Mail Contract, will dispatch the follow ing Steamers, via Albany, Colombo, Suez Canal, and Mediterranean Ports :— &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Steamers. Tns. Commander. | Leave. &nbsp; MASSILIA ~ 6O32JR. Harvey 'Oct. 0 ABCADIA .. 607OA.C. Loggin jOct 23 BALLAAKAT .. 4672 T. 8. Anjjus |Nov. « &itlK . ;. . . 6645 A. B. Daniel! jNov. 20 VALETTA .. 5034G. W; Atkinson :Dec 4 HIMALAYA .. (SS9SA. W.Adanison (Dec 18 CGEASA ..JG67ote.Stewart 'Jan. I, TO rAKBAMASIAi487*JP.lBarrls Jan. 15 ' AUSTBATJA ..klijft'i;- Reeves - Han. 29 :- *-$b$&iirto passexgehs. ' : iabertt^ucfoMstoTtfnnies. — !VhoteC«WlB*»eE«-J. , I ? . . . ' ??. The accommodation in both first and ''Second talctn is unsurpassed. ' * . ii Passage from Europe; 4c., can be arranged here. Passengers allowed to break their journey at inter mediate ports. -' . Tourists' Tickets— I...
AN EXPLOSIVE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
AN EXPLOSIVE LETTER. An infernal machine addressed to Barcn Alphonse de Rothschild, of Paris, on being opened on August 24 exploded and seriously injured the baron's clork. Describing the occurrences the correspondent of the London Daily Telegraph says :— When the first rumors spread that the Anarchists had blown up tho bank of the Rothschilds a feeling cf consternation was apparent. The general question seemed to be another K-eigii of Terror, and of what service has been the extreme vigilance of the police in expelling all doubtful characters and in preventing the return of known Anar chists to Pans Y' Happily, the report that the bank was lifted to the skies proved an exaggeration. The object of the perpetrator of the latest outrage was, however, not to reduce a solid building to ruins, or even to kill peoples outright. The intention was more hideously cruel and satanic. It was to maim for life Baron Alphouso de Rothschild, and although I am glad to say this gentleman has not been...
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10. PROCLAMATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, October 10. proclamations. Half-holidays to be observed at Maitland and Yorketown on Wednesday, October 10, and at Port Victor on Friday, November 1. APPOINTMENTS. William John Andrew to be a member of the board of advice for the school district of River ton. William Frederic Rudall, licensed surveyor, romu mining &ui veyur uncier cue imnmg aci, 1893. Lieutenant Maurice Francis Plaistead has been appointed captain in the S.A. Militia Force. BESIONATIOKS. The resignation of Jonanncs Christoph Basedow as a justice of the peace has been accepted. Tlio resignation of Patrick Whelan as a member of the Fire Brigade Board has been accepted. The resignation of Captain John Bristow Hughes, S.A. Militia Force, has been ac cepted. Captain Frederick Gilbert White, S.A. Militia Force, has been placed on the effective retired list. THE MAimiAGE ACT. The Revs. Percy William Ch'arlton Wise, Adelaide: Walter Henry Thompson, Alberton; Alfred Styan Dendy Oowell, C...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
ONE BOX OK CLARKE'S U 41 PILLS is warranted to cure all discharges from the Urinary Organs in either sev (acquired or constitutional), Gravel, aud Pains in the Back. Guaranteed free from Mercury.' Sold in boxes, 4s. Gd. each, by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors. Sole Proprietors, Tub Lutcom asd Midland Counties Vavn Co., Lincoln, England. xrtJe C mrnXG/^ «?*.«?«? fro:u the effects ol Boyish Folia QUnerero Xaeout VebUitu, Lots of Man hood, &c Bend stamped addressed envelope end I wiU forward you full particulars of my own case — how I suffered for . years— tried almost every* so-called rcmody and specialist, and when all bad failed — how 1 accidentally jound a cure. Address Harold S. Bell U.P.Q.. Melbourne. 9Hasixr2ra^i1 ?
CHURCH INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
CflUEOH INTELLIGrENOE. BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. The Balaklava branch of the British and Foreign Bible Society 'held its *nnuaT meeting in the institute hall on 'Wednesday evening, October 9. There was a fair attendance, presided over by Mr. J. Willmott The secretary and treasurer (Mr. W. T. S. Harris) reported owing to the prevailing dullness in the times it had been difficult to make much progress during the year. Four pounds had been sent as a donation to tne head omce. The depository had been well looked afteiy tind 40 Bibles and 17 Testaments had been sold. The Eev. G. E. Wheatley, the representative of the parent Bociety, gave a very earnest and instructive address on the work of the society. The Rev. J. Dingle, president, Mr. W. T. S. Harris, secretary and treasurer, and a largo representative committee were elected for the ensuing year. The annual meeting of the Saddleworth branch of the Britisli and Foreign Bible Society was held on J^riday evening. Mr. W. Gurr pre...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
for INFANTS aid INVALIDS. MELLIN'S LAGTO-GLYGOSE OB SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR COUNTRIES WHERE FRESH C0W8 MILK CftNNOT BE OBTAINED. Tli.cn good* arc free from. Animal Germt and ketp good in any Climate. To be obtained from all Druggists & Store* Agents.— F. H. Faulding & Co. ; A. M. Bickford & Sons; P. Folk & Co. ; G. Wood, Son & Co. ; Wil kinton & Co. ; D. & J. Fowler ; Charlick Bros. . rxl37:l70Dl
THE PETERSBURG SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
THE PETERSBURG SHOW.. The eleventh annual Bbow in connection with thePetersburgjAgricultural, Horticultural, and Floricultural Society -was held on Wednesday on the local exhibition ground, and passed off very successfully. Generally .speaking the show was not as good as that of lasb year, as the number of entries ?was about 100 less; but still the 700 exhibits which occupied the grounds on Wednesday formed a very credit able display considering the season. The weather was favorable for the occasion, al though it was a trifle dusty, and during the day 1,800 people paid at the gates, the takings amounting to £80. Still this does not repre sent the whole attendance, as with subscribers there were about 3,000 people on the ground. There was a falling off this year of SO entries in horse stock, and this 'made a very big difference to the Bhow, as thiB section had al ways been regarded as one of the leading fea tures of the Petersburg shows. But Still the quality showed no depreciation, ...
AN ORANG-OUTANG'S REVENGE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
AN ORANG-OUTANG'S llEVENGE. The following, from a resident of Malacca, is taken from t!io St. ''Louis O'lubc Denwerat :?— Although ruyliorise in the mountainous dis trict is but four hours from Peiiaug Over, the carriage route through the forost, one may reach the sea in JjaH that time on horseback along the river f front. The neighborhood abounds in wild animala, yet until six weeks agu I was not aware that orang-outangs are numerous in these parts. I made the acqu^igr tancc of the man of the woods at the -a)^e mentioned when returning from the coast on horseback. My Malay servant, raraua, a noted tiger hunter, fearless to the boue, was in my company. We came upon the apes quite unexpectedly within sight of my farmhouse There were 40 or 40 of them, a fact which is quite contrary to the convictioa of some of the noble gentlemen who write books 011 zoology. Instantaneously the memory of this Benteuce from an old-tinio text book— 'Orangoutang do not live in society, except when a pair...
THE MOONTA SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
THE M00NTA SHOW. ; The twenty-fiftii annual show of the Moon ta Agricultural, Horticultural, and rioricultural Society was held on Wednesday, October 9. The weather was all that could be desired, and the whole affair a thorough success. The takings at the gates exceeded that of several past years, totalling £135. Horses were well represented. Of the five draught entires T^uvyi auu tsuubbiau \juki were wio wiuucld, and ib blood entires, of the five entries the' lot fell to Mjrabille and Go Ahead. In horses in action there were some prune animals, Messrs. J. McLeay and A. Eddy taking prizes for buggy pairs, Messrs. G. Chatfield and A. Day for singles, and Mr. T. Tait's Why Not and Mr. H. Chambers'sBeindeer for high jumping, clearing 5 ft. For hunters, Mr. Tait's Silverton and Purling, & Marshall's Hector wore first and second. Ponies were splendidly represented, the prizes being taken by Messrs. J. Mitchell, J. Hosk ing, and D. Edyvean for entires; Messrs. James Johns and J. H...
DRAUGHTS IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
DRAUGHTS IN ENGLAND. The following games were played in the Bryden-Shearer match at Liverpool, the winner being Shearer, who is only 21 years cf ago. ' ? Game 1,023.— '9— 13, 23. .19' opening. Black, Bryden ; White, Shearer. Score from the Glasgow Weekly Herald, 9—13 22.. .18 14—17 10—15 14—23 23...19 1—5 21.. .14 18.. .14 2... 6 11—15 18... 9 10—17 15—19 27—31 22.. .18 5—14 32.. .27- 22.. .18 C...10 15-22 2'J... 25 7—10 19—24 31—27 25...18 11—15 23.. .18 20... 22 22.. .18 10.-14 24.. .20 17—21 24— 27\ 13-17 18... 9 15—24 2T...23 14... 9 9... 6 5-14 23... 19 2—7 7—10 17—22 27...23 4— 8 19.. .16 10... 7 0... 1 8-11 31.. .26 12—19 10—14 22—20 26.. .22 8—11 23...16 7... 2 18...14 G— 10 25... 22 And the game was drawn. Gajik 1,024.— '10— 14, 22...17' opening. Black, Shearer ; ' White, Bryden.. Score and notes from the Liverpool Weekly Mercury. 10—14 27.-24 31.. .27 19.. .10 20...22 22...17 1— 6 9—14 8—12 18—25 7—10 32.. .27 27.. .23 10.. .11 30.. .21 17.. .13 14—17 4— 8 15-18 17-22 3— 7...
Mail News. LONDON TABLE TALK. London, August 23,'1895. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
[?] LONDON TABLE TALE. [From our Special Correspondent! London, August 23,'i895. Though the art of obstruction can— thanks to the closure— no longer be can-ted to the lengths which marked the famous sessions of 1878-81 it is still possible for an old Parliamen tary hand to abuse the legitimate forms of the House to ite great inconvenience. This was the unpleasant truth which Mr. Timothy Healy endeavored with considerable success to bring home to the Government on Monday last. His. expectation was no doubt that the ignorance of the new Speaker would materially assist his efforts. ' But in this the member for Louth proved out of his reckoning. Though Mr. Gulljvoccupied.the chair for over 11 hours with only 20 minutes intermission for a chop at 8 he was cool, wary, ; and unexpectedly acquainied with the great Parliamentary mystery of 'order.' Every attempt of the doughty Tim to strain the forms of the House Mr. Speaker nipped promptly in the'bud'; in fact it was soon recognised ? that ...
PHILIDORIAN SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
PUILIDOEIAN SOCIETY. A meeting of this society was held on Wednesday, October 2, at Fleckers chessropm, S.A. Hotel, but owing to a special meeting of the association delegates only one gaine was contested, that being the lowlh game of the match between Messrs. Apperly and HcArthur- The latter having the move offered the 'King's Gambit,' but Mr. Apperly declined it by playing P to Q 4. As the game proceeded each played warily until the tenth move, when 1Lf*- -. A*\»a»tl*r IMnfia n elin 4-Vi n J- aapI' t*I«A *-t*«. 1n-.n i-Ut **IH*-***J HMntV *? Ml^f UIUV V|\SOL- 111U1 VUU l\ID9 of a Bishop two moves later. He played on, however, in the hope of retrieving his position', but the odds of a piece to the bad so early in the game, and against an opponent of Mr. McArthnr'e calibre, wero too much tor hint ;. and Mr. MeAithur, talcing full advan tage of his superior force and position, forced the play, and at the twenty-fifth .move was a rook 'and two pawns, to the good., Mr. Apperly, after a...
HOUSE Of ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, Octoueb 8. There was again but little interest mani fested by the public in the proceedings of the Assembly on Tuesday, and not more than thirty members were present during the earlier part of the afternoon, while Jater on the attendance rather dwindled than . increased. Directly the House met Mr. Castinc gave notice of a motion in favor of securing it *«n »-*!'.*?(- fr-/-\n-\ 4-Y\rt #-»«titi+ ana t~*( +li a *dn irinrro it AC 1JVJL V 11U1U V*kV^ W UObVbO V^fc V11X- K_J**» lUf^Q Bank in respect to the Credit Foncier system and as to tlie alterations which would be required in the Savings Bank Act in order to enable the trustees to carry out the system. Mr. Hourigan gave notice that this afternoon he will move for a week's lea.ve.of absence to Mr. Brooker on account of ill-health. Mr.' Moule called attention to the delay which has taken place in the consideration by land boards of applications for reduction of ren't. ' Messrs. Caldwell and Foster added the ...
THE MOONTA SHOW. Moonta. October 9. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
THE MOONTA SHOW. Moonta. October 9. The agricultural and horticultural show was held to-day. The weather was splendid and there was an excellent attendance, £134 being taken at the gates. The exhibits were good and numerous. In draught horses Mr. Palm's Victory obtained first prize, Mr. Tate's Why JJbt came first m the high jump, and in the hunters Mr. Tate's Silverton obtained first award. In the other exhibits Messrs. WUilVlieiU ZlllU 4.UM2 VLB U&UIU WCIB lei^ successful. Only small lots of cattle, Bheep, and pigs were exhibited. There was a grand collection of poultry. In implements Messrs. May Bros. & Co. obtained first prize for reaper. Prizes for spring-cart and buggies were awarded to Messrs. Major & Son and Mr. Goklsworthy. The flowers and bouquets were excellent, Mr. Butson being the principal prizetaker. The vegetables were not up to those exhibited at previous shows on ac count of the dry eeasoii, There was a good display of dairy produce.
NEW ZEALAND. Auckland. October 9. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
NEW ZEALAND. Auckland. Oo.tnliur Q. It is understood that the terms of agree ment for the purchase of the Colonial Bank's business by tho^ Bank of New Zealand have been virtually settled. The agreement is subject to ratification by the shareholders of the Colonial Bank and Parliament. A cablegram has been received announcing the Bale of the May Queen mine in London.
The Parliament. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
, xUl£ jaalUalllCTlu ,-...? w , . LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, Tuesday. Octobeb 8. 'Behold how great a matter a little fire kindleth !' A Bill consisting of one clause and that clause only of one line was responsible for au afternoon's talk in tlie Council on Tues day. That Bill was the Governor's Salary Repeal Bill, which rrduces the salary of her Majesty's representative from £^,000 to E4 (Ml inolmimir t.ho riist. nf his staff, and the discussion was initiated by- Dr. Campbell, who, suffering from a cold, spoke, with much difficulty. However, with the assistance of a sip or two of water bright 'from the crystal spring,' or more probably- the reservoir, the doctor succeeded in delivering with much effect a most interesting speech of more than au hour's duration. That it was an eloquent effort both friends and opponents acknowledged. It was an appeal to the 'good sense of this honorable House' to reject the Bill until the Government showed mure honorable feeling in dealing with the whole qu...