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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

_ Drapery and Clothing. THE CORNER. GREAT SHOW .- OP New Goods FOE SPRING AND SUMMER, .. INCLUDING BLACK and CREAM LUSTRES ? BLACK and GOLD CREPOftS COEDED and SHOT SILKS - BEAD and FANCY TINSEL TEIMMINGS FANCY WHITE MUSLINS BLACK BEAD TRIMMINGS BTBIPED and PLAIN COTTON CREPONS FANCY and STRIPED CAMBRICS NAVY GROUND PRINTS BOYLE'S PRINTS, Light and Dark Ground BLACK LACE MANTLES KEW SHIRT BLOUSES HEW CREPON BLOUSES SHOT SILK SUNSHADES WEW STYLES in CHILDREN'S MUSLIN PINA - FORES »EW SHAPES in UNTKIMMED HATS BTEEL SPRAYS, JET SPRAYS MILLINERY and FANCY RIBBONS LADIES' sod CHILDREN'S SUMMER HOSIERY KID and FABRIC GLOVES fc BOYS', YOUTHS', and MEN'S CL9THING : COATING, TWEEDS, SERGES, FANCY VEST INGS, &c. BOOT DEPARTMENT. A Fall Assortment of SEW SHAPES and SHAKE* in all Classes of Tan Goods. tADIES' and GENTS' NEW CANVAS GOODS CRICKETING and TENNIS BOOTS and SHOES CHILDREN'S SCHOOL BOOTS. BEST ENGLISH AND GONTfHENTAL BOOTS AND SHOES. FULL RAHQE OF COLONIAL GOODS AT LOWEST PRIC...

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FALL FROM A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

FALL FBOM A HORSE. VntciNiA, October 8.— On Wednesday last a young man named Ryan, in the employ of : Messrs. Hall & Sou, of Adelaide, met with an accident. He came to Virginia for some horses which had been paddocked and was riding. one- whon it became uiinianaueable.and .thi'ew him1 against «, post, . cbreatmg his arin. Dr.'; McGowan, of TvwWells, waa sent fox and set: theh'mb.

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GAWLER. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

-JAWLER, {Jawleb, October -8.— It wrb decided at the' meeting el 4lie corporation held on Monday' night to dqpl&re a street-watering rate of 4a. nerlineal'footfrontage toihe main road from South Para-bridge to Light-square. Some of the councillors thought that the rate should be reduced, but it was eventually feted at flie same as last -yjBar. Withreference to the police moiety, letters were received from Sir Johp ', Downer and Mr. Hague, the members tor the district. Mr. Hague stated that xts notice had not— been giyea-by .the, Government, as re quired by the Act, it was questionable whether the amount could be retained this year. There- was an exhibition of football and other sports on the Recreation Ground ou Saturday hist for the purpose of raising a fund to erect a memorial -stone over the grave of the late James Fitzgerald, who was an old Gawler foot baller.

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PICNIC AT PARNAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

PICNIC AT PARNAROO. Pabnaboo, October 7. — A picnic in connec tion with the Parnaroo South school wa3 held on October 6 in a paddock kindly lent by Mr. F. A. SeiRert for the occasion. There were about 250 persons present. The Parnaroo Brass Band was in attendance and played a number of selections. The picnic proved a great success. After dinner races were run by children with the following results : — Boys' Eaca (under 14).— W. Webb, T. Mulconray, 2 yards. Gills' Race (under 13). — K. McMamss, A. Seigert, B. McManus. Boys' Race (under 10).— C. O'Wca, B. Webb, A. Lehmann. Girls' Race (under 11). — J. Summers, J. McSIanus, 11 Seigert, M. O'Dca, Boys' Race (under ?). — C. SuigcK, 11. Summers, C. Aultinann. Girls' Hace (under 9).— K, Mulconray, L. Holier, E. Webb, L. I/2hmann, B. ODea, A. O.Dea. Boys' Race (under 14).— K. Webb, T. -Mulcoiiray, A. Lehmann, -W. Webb, C. O'Dca, C. Seigert, R. Sum men. Girls' Race (under ]S).— J. Summers, E. jlcllanus, L. Moller, A. Seigert, B. llcSIan'js, ...

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BISHOP HARMER IN THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

BISHOP HAR5IER IN THE NORTH. Melrose, October 7. — Bishop Harmer was entertained on the afternoon ?? of October 3 at the institute at a social, when he was intro duced to many of the residents. In the even ing the bishop, assisted by ti)p Itev. C. H. 'S'ounff, held a confirmation service at Trinity Church. The building was crowded. Dande lion influenza is very prevalent just now, and among others Bishop Harmer became a sufferer. He was. laid up for two days, and only managed to leave here for Port Pirie on Satur day. Pout Pikie, October 8. — Ijast rmnday morn ing the Bishop of Adelaide, held a confirma tion service in St. Paul's Church, wheu eight candidates were presented. In the evening service was held in the institute, the hall being packed,- and numbers were unable to gain admission. The bishop preached aud took for his text 'He saved others. He cannot save Himself.7' On Monday a public welcome and social of the congregation was held in the institute, and was attended by a larg...

Publication Title: Chronicle
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

MISCELLANEOUS. Wi:JN'iNi'NiE, Octobers. — Mr. A. McGregor Day gave a lecture to the shearers and shed hands in the Winnininnie woolshed on the 1st inst. and great interest was taken in the subject — ' ' Bimetallism.' The lecturer strongly advocated the adoption of bimetallism in the interests of the people. A hearty vote of thanks waa accorded the lecturer, who was asked to repeat iiis address. Riveiiton, 'October 3.— Mr. T. W. Glover, who is now travelling through the colony in' connection with the Total Abstinence Alliance, delivered an address at the monthly meeting of the band of hope in the Institute Hall on Thursday last, and on Friday evening in the same building Mr. Glover delivered his lecture on 'Hard times and how to cure them.' — On Sunday last the annual festival services in con nection with Holy Trinity Church Sunday school were held, the Rev. J.Haughton taking' the services in the morning and evening, while .it the afternoon flower service the Rev. M. Williams gave an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

STIilULAKIS and insufficient amount it exercise frequentiyiieriaigeilieliver. ENO'S 'EBUITSALT - ig peculiarly adnpedior any constitutional weakness of ihelivBr. A world of woes is avoided by those who keep and use BNO'6 'FRUIT SALT.'— 'All our customers for ENO'S '.FRUIT SALT1 would not be witboutltupon any consideration, the}' havingreceived so much i-eneflt from it.— Wood Brothers, ^Chemists. Sold ljyttlUChemists and Stores. «xQ1cd7--

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MR. W. GILBERT, M.P., AT .VIRGINIA. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

MR. W. GILBERT, M.P., AT .VIRGINIA. VruciNiA, October 8.— Mr. 'W. Gilbert, M.P. for Yatala, addressedthe nienv bers of the Virginia Literary Society and several electors at the school-Toora, Vir ginia, on Friday evening, October 4. ~Mr. Thomas Ridgway presided. Mr. ?Gilbert ^ave a very lucid explanation of his past ParUamen tary actione.-anddetailedatlengthon thededit Foncicr Bill, condemned the village settle ments, and criticised the Government ad-: versely for their reckless measures. Mr. ?Gil- bert spoke lor two hours, and at the close he was awarded a hearty vote of thanks.

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TABLES DAIRY AND PRODUCE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

» ? TARLEE DAIRY AND PRODUCE OOMPAHY. TARr.EE, October 7. — The half-yearly meet ing of the Tarlee Cb-oparativc Dairy «nd Produce Company was held to day, when Mr. F. Gray, chairmanof the directors,' presided Mr. Charles Botch ford, manager and secretary, read the balance sheet, which showed— Butter Bold, £GCG 14s. ; amount paid for milk, £387 13s. i)d. ; making, selling, and working expenses, £180* 17s. 2d. ; carried forward, US 18s. The quantity of milk received was 33,183 gallons, and the amount of butter made was C tons 7 cwt. ? The average price 2?aid to shareholders for milk was 3d. per gallon. The overdraft with the bank in the beginning of the half year was £177 12s. 10d., and was now reduced to £55 0s. lOd. The reports were adopted.

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THE BURRA. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

THE BDKKA.**^ Buuka, October 5. — The Rev. John Nairn preached to a fair congregation in the local Primitive Methodist Church yesterday after noon, and in the evening the church was well filled when the rev. gentleman lectured on 'Tarn o' Jack's lad.'— The Burra Comedy Company staged 'Meg's Diversion' last night before a large audience in the Institute Hall in aid of St. Joseph's Roman Catholic building fund. Mr. J. Watt acted us stage nianuEei1 aud Mr. Noves musical director. The piuy went with a swing throughout, and tho different characters were splendidly taken by Messrs. D. A. Crosby, K. Ewins, Watt, A. Lott, H. iSchutz, Missus Goldsworthy and Liddy, and Mrs. Netweil. Bueiia, October 4. — About three weeks ago the mavor (Dr. Brummitt) received a telegram from the Hon. F. \V. Holder, M.P., iutimat iug that the Redruth ballast quai'ries would be worked as soon as the weather (which -was at the time rough) cleared up. The weather is good for the required work, but nothing further ...

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SPORTS ' AT PORT BROUGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

SPORTS ' AT PORT BROUGHTON. Port Brouguton, October 1. — The Port Broughton members of the Rechabito and Oddfellows societies held their annual de monstration on the local recreation-ground on Wednesday last. The afternoon's sport was somewhat interfered with by the rain, but every event was well contested, and the outing on the whole was a great success. The results of the races were : — Boys' Race.— W. Campbell, A. T. Baulderstone. Sheffield Handicap, 135 vards. — J. Pui-liny, J. J. Greig, W. J. Dalby, P. Ilayos. High Jump. — J. Kmit'ii, P. Haves. Sheffield Hurdles.— C. iilliou, E. J. Edwards, TV. J. Dalby, J. j. Smith. Potato—J. liarris, A. J. Threadifold. 440 Yards Handicap.— E. J. Edwards, A. J. Greig, J. J. Greijj. Forced Handicap. — AV. Vanstone, AV. J. Osbornc. Friendly Societies' Handicap. — E. J. Edwards, R. L. Jieunis. Girls' Handicap. — G. Eley and L. Hahoney tied for first place, B. Dangerliekl. Boys under 14. — J. Kims, A. J. Bei:tiicr.

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KICKED BY A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

KICKED BY A HORSE. Redhill, October 7.— An accident of a eerious nature happened on Saturday morning last to Mr. George Kirk, 18 3'ears of a#e, and eldest eon of Mr. A. Kirk, of Wau dearah. In attempting to catch hold of a lamb that was running towards two horses that wore attached 'to a trap, one of the animals kicked him with severe force on the linnri 1tttr-nlrini- 4-Tk r* clrfill in nwiri ivi{t4n**111Cr ?'» terrible wound. He was immediately taken into Mr. H. Sandery's residence, and Dr. A. 3T. Smith was promptly in attendance, assisted by Dr. Bennett, trepanned the head, a large portion of tiead bone- having to be removed. All that^vas possible -was done for thepatient, who still lies m a critical condition.

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SUDDEN DEATH NEAR KINGSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

SDBBEN DEATH 2HSAR SINGSTW. Kingston, October &— Last night Mr.. jUnrray Gall, -of Oantaro, reported 4o Cor-: f-6ral Doudy -that -Caleb Martin, .a stone mason, had -died very euddenly 'that afternoon &t TV&ito Hutj where lie had been employed by Mx, Gall biiiiaing a cottage. This-momlng, Corporal Doudy jwoeeeded to White Htit, where he found the deceased, Martin, lyingon . %!b sleeping bunk. Apparently the anan had riied calmly «nS without a struggle. Mr. ? Mnrpav Rnil onnunied the hut with Martin. - -whom he eaw at 10 o'clock on the morn ing x-t ±be, slay on which -he died, but at 3 o'clock in the afternoon Mr. *Gall difleoverea Martin's body as described. The circumfitanoefi ittonding the death mevo .??C;^y-i»ns«^-^.;^;'^,'^.::'Janio^ who deoided that an inquest was not necessary, and accordingly gave a certificate for the burial Martin was single, and about 00 years of age, and was given to habits of excessive drinking. He had no relative resident in this ...

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DEATH FROM LOCKJAW. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

DEATH- FROM LOCKJAW. X3ockburn, October L— On Thursday last a son of Mr. Goode, aged 8 years, was playing with other children when a small splinter of mulga entered the 'fleshy part of his right hand. On Saturday he complained of feeling ill, and Dr. Gibson was called in. He fouud it was too late, as nerve poisoning had already set in, and although he tried all available remedies, lockjaw set in, and the boy died on. Monday morning. The body was interred this afternoon. -Great sympathy is expressed for the bereaved parents.

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THE VILLAGE SETTLEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

THETILLAGE SETTLEMENTS. Holdeb, October 3. — The work of irrigation isljeiug pushed on rapidly, but the channels7 being very extensive mipteoes and the embank ment wide a lot of labor is required to make Any show. However^ time will tell. The ,' *iver ia rising slowly but surely.— Mr. J. Tate; ?:' is -now running the steamer Bourke in conjunc tion .with the Oorowa, and the settlements find this a great convenience. — General work con tinues, but the main work is found to be thelimperative necessity of getting the water tax to the land.

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THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS. JtfiNtATON, October 7.— The weather during the past week has been very dry with warm ?drying winds, and rain is badly wanted. Borne of. the feed is already drying up, and the crops are not looking so well as they were a few weeks a-?o. Unless v/e ^oon have rain thebay crop will be very light. ?Tout Tictobia, October C— On 'Friday the . 'w.eather was sultry with hot winds, but about' ? -miauay Saturday me v/ino cnaDgeu auu towards evening some nice shovrers feB, which Were -very acceptable, as the crops were much in need of rain. They would be all the better for janbther downpour. Balaklava, October 5.— The weather con tinues dry, and unless we have rain Boon the consequences will be disastrous to the late crops, while the «arly ones are being ripened prematurely. The hay crop is expected to be light, but grass is fairly plentiful. ? ;Waixaiioo, October 7. — Rain is badly ?J' wanted. Some light showers fell on Saturday ? eveniug-bMt not sufficient to do rnu...

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THE SOUTH-EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

THE SOUTH-EAST. Mount Gambier, October 2,— During the past month 247 names have been added to the electoral roll for the Assembly in Mount Gambier alone, and the total additions since the rolls -were printed number, for the district- - of Victoria, upwards of 600. Fully two-thirds of these have been added by the local Demo cratic Association. — The Rev. Father, Hourigan left yesterday for his new charge at. JtSrompton, ana ms successor, i.'atuer uavis, arrived by train last right. Narraooobte, Ootober 4. — At a meeting of the committee of the Floricultural Society, ', held on Wednesday evening the date cf the' spring show was fixed for Friday, November 8. Kikgston, October 4.— After waiting for a favorable tide for close upon a fortnight on' Thursday morning the stranded ketch Lurline' was hauled to. sea by means of a single rope.' Apparently the vessel sustained little damage, ' as after taking in 10 tons of sand ballast she cleared for Port Adelaide. Dr. Eugelharfc has been very d...

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ACCOMMODATION FOR DROVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

ACCOMMODATION FOR DROVERS. Cockburn, October 1. — The drovers are complaining of the insufficient supply of water at the railway dam. Last week 10,000 sheep came for water, but were unable to be supplied in one day, thus causing great incon venience to the men in charge. As this is a source of revenue to the Government some better means should be provided, as no feed accommodation can be procured in the neigh borhood.

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RAILWAY COMMISSIONER IN THE SOUTH-EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

RAILWAY COMMISSIONER IN THET SOUTH-EAST. Kingston, October 4.— On Wednesday we were visited by a special train with the Rail way Commissioner and other railway officials aboard. The party stayed only two hours, inspecting the railway property and premises, then left for Narracoortfe again. Nauracoorte, October 4.— A number of the inhabitants of Narracoorte waited on the Kailway Commissioner here on Wednesday pvpninir tn air their oripvarif»pji. Tho rlpnnfa tion, which was introduced by Mr. Laurie, chairman of the district council, first asked that the Narracoorte caves should be adver tised by the Railway Department. After dis cussing1 the matter Mr, Pendleton consented to insert a short advertisement of the caves in the Railway Guide-book if some member of the deputation would prepare it. The deputation agreed to ? comply with the Commissioner's wish. Mr. A. Caldwell, of the Narracoorte Herald, stated that he would be willing to supply gratis blocks of pictures of the caves' if the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

A BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION. Apply Sulpholine Lotion. It drives away ohnples, blotches, roughness, redness, and all disfigurements. Sulpholine develops a lovely skin. Is. bottles. Made in London.— Advt. pl32weocEaiusrl32o PROFESSOR EVANS, MEJUCAL HERBALIST, Begs to inform the residents of Adelaide that be possesses the secret of a great discovery, which has enabled him to obtain signal victories over the greatest enemies of man. Philosophers have agreed that nature is prepnant with secrets which, if known, would cure life of all its ills, a monster which has more than matched the learniog and skill of centuries. Doctors have claimed the exclusive right to deal with disease and they have bo conspicuously failed as to become proverbial. Napoleon Buonaparte summoned up the results of their skill as inimical to mankind, and, as a rule, carefully avoided doctors and drugs. The imperious Corsican, however, could only speak from the past,. and from what he observed had no idea that in the fulne...

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