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THE AMERICA CUP. LONDON, September 27. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

THE AMERICA CUP. * London, September 27.. Tx is announced that .Lord Dunraven s yacht Valkyrie III., which was recently defeated in the contest for the America Cup oy the Defender, will remain in America over the -coming winter. U Mr. Kersey, Lord Dunraven's agent, has intimated , to the New York Yacht Club that iiis Lord6hip will be willing to meet the JOef ender in another contest for the Cup during The yachting season of 1896. . Experts, however, declare that Mr. Host, the owner of the English yacht Satanha, who ^recently issued a formal challenge for the «vent, has a prior right. \ - ? ?

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN ENGINEERING TRIUMPH. LONDON, September 27. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

.; AN ENGINEERING f. TRIUMPH. . ?_. _. _ London, September 27. The Kiver Danube is now spanned by a liridge at Tohernavoda in Roumania, which vas opened yesterday by King Charles. The fridge cob); JH.million francs to construct, and' its length is 3,628 metres, and highest level above water 30 metres. Experts pronounce the work to be one of the engineering triumphs of the century.

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MARKET STILL ANIMATED. LONDON, September 30. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

MARKET STILL ANIMATED. London, September 30. The wool market is still animated, and the advance which, marked the opening sales is being maintained. London, October L At the continuation of the fifth series of wool sales held in London to-day, Barcaldine realised Sgd.; Wintony 8gd.; Listowel Downs, 8£d.; and Durham Downs, 14&d.

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WOOLSALES. LONDON, September 26. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

WOOLSAIiES. London, Sentember 26. At the wool sale to-day there was animated competition and prices showed an upward tendency. . London, September 27. At the third wool sales of the present series in London New Zealand crosBbreds were firmer — price with a good demand. Weribone realised 8Jd., MurrayDowns lQJd., Cawood lid., and Kynun scoured 14M. Bradford tops are advancing and extreme prices are quoted, but puBiness is restricted. The London wool siales were continued to day. Foreign wool was acarce. There was strong competition for good varieties and prices were well maintained, LondoNj September 29. There was a medium selection at the London wool sales yesterday. The competition was good, but prices were unchanged. The sales included the following:— 'Three YV' 7gd., Cheviot Hills 8d.; Glenwood 8gd., Tweed lijd. The Antwerp sales will open on the 22nd prox. '

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IRISH CONVENTION AT CHICAGO. LONDON, September 27. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

IRISH CONVENTION AT CHICAGO. London, September 27. The Irish Convention at Chicago at its meeting yesterday resolved to institute an Irish National Alliance to promote the inde pendence of Ireland. Mr. William Lyman, a wealthy resident of New York, was elected president of the 'military brotherhood,' the formation of which had previously been pro jected. London, September 28. The resolution adopted by the Irish Con vention in Chicago for the constitution of the Irish National Alliance to promote the inde pendence of Ireland has fallen very flat. It is believed that* the violence displayed by the Convention will be confined to the utterances of the speakers, and will not result in any breach or the law in Ireland. The Dublin Independent, the organ of the Redmondites, denounces the Irish Convention held duriug the present week as being in no way representative of Irish opinion. It is pointed out that no leading Irishmen were present. _______ ___«»_?_—,

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BIDDING SPIRITED. LONDON, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

BIDDING SPIRITED. London, October 1_ Spirited bidding characterised thecontinua tion of the fifth series of wool sales in London to-day, the demand for good combings being especially strong. The present series of sales will be brought to a conclusion on October 12. London, October 2. The following are the prices realised at the wool sale held in London yesterday : — Tanadawanna, 8d.; Cambridge Downs, 7id.; and Blanford (greasy), lid.

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EXTENSIVE TRAIN ROBBERY. LONDON, September 27. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

EXTENSIVE TRAIN ROBBERY. London, September 27. It is reported that a man named Henry Bailey has been arrested in connection with the extensive train robbery at the Saint Pancras railway-station. _ When arrested several ingots of silver, which corresponded with those taken from the train, were found in Bailey's possession. London, September 29. In connection with the extensive train robbery at the St. Pancras railway-station, it is announced that a sixth of the total quantity of silver taken from the train has been recovered. #Since the arrest of Henry Bailey on suspicion of complicity in the robbery another ingot has been found buried in Camdea-street.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

SPECIAL ' CHRONICLE ' PRICES. v TtTOTICE.— Unlees this paper is mentioned when ordering we can' / ;j^| not guarantee, to send nt rates bereunder, all prices having . Cenpreparedspeciallyforidentiflcationof orderswitlithcCAroiWc. Further, n PRESENT will be sent with all orders of £1 and upwards '-?? when NAME OF-PAPEE is MENTIONED at TIME OF OEDEEING. PACKING FREE. ??'?'- '- ?- .-'- ?? - ? — ? :o: ? 'He is well served who is well satisfied.' ; UPpLSTERY} 0HBHI!T F0E No Seaweed or Straw Stuffing, and no Shoddy work in any respect. Every Line Guaranteed Good. If you DON'T want NICE GOODS we shall have to dis appoint you; but the GOODS ARE CHEAP. Drawing-room Suites, OUE OWN HAKE. Designs top numerous for description. STUFFJSD SUITES, £4, £4 15s., £5 15s., £6 15s., £7 15s., £8 10s., £10 10s., to £22 10s. In nothing else can greater rubbish be made than in Stuffed Suites, but if you wrote that you wanted a suite of given value, ?dding whether light or dark covering, you could be sure of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

| AWARDED 70 GOLD AND SIL¥ER MEDALS AND DIPLOMAS. f ^ Wl f*&LYERTS CARBOLIC Tooth Povtdeb and TboiH ~$ llTl Paste — largest ., sale of any . Dentifrices ; most ?flMfjl effective for preserving the Teeth, and useful to ?vajjlll . prevent infection by inhalation. 6d., Is., and Is. (3d. P 1=1 Tins; 6&, Is: and Is. 6d. Pots. f-f [jf]I :? '. ^?AEVEJttT'S I)ento-Phekolene— a boon to Smokers, and fc'fc*]! ?,' %J a delicious 'Antiseptic Mouth-wash. Sweetens the ?'*'''* inll Breath and Preserves the Teeth. Is. 6d., and ^ p* 2s. 6d. Bottles. ? \h Wn f*Al-VTMTS CARBOLIC Toh,et Soap— best Antiseptic irjjjljl ^'' Soap for the Skin and Complexion, and helps to v ; ijlll prevent contagion. Is. 6d. 3-tab. iioxes. 0*''! /^JALVERT'S CARBOLIC Medical Soap— recommended I by late Sir Erasmus Wilson, F.R.S., for Skin 1 Ailments, will prevent or remedy Mosquito and ? IJ=4 other Insect bites. Is. Tablets, each in Box. ' t. IMI /^ALVERT'S Prickxy-Hbax Soap— Excellent for the . iTiiJ Bath, an...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

Paul Woike, -vbo was admitted to the Ade laide HospitaV-iibbtit six weeks ago suffering .from the effpSte,.bf a fall from a horse at Mduaum, dfcd fit^Jie institution on Friday.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

' Can nothing move you i:- , ' No ! Once -I say.no, I mean no !' ' Well, I.'woaldu't care to marry a girl like that.' A Nabbow Escape.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

A FEW INCHES OF PLAIN :'':'^-:--^M ?' ENGLISB' : ? uMm Nowadays men are doing all sorts of wondera ^81 by means of electricity, both in mechanics and i -'iSi'^ffl in chemistry. I see by the papers AatQiey W3j^ expect to be able to produce real diamonds by t3|l§ it. Perhaps they may ; marvels never cease. -@ffl But we will wait till they do before we crow ' *V-i»fl over that 5ob. TJp to thif timB,;fcnyway, & ':.gp everything that is both valuable' and useful is . *{g| tho fruit of bard work. Even diamonds are J ^ mostly got out of rocky mines. And, within ''''~iM reasonable limits, it is good for us to have to - \flf| work. Ten shillings honestly earned is ^ better for a man than twenty in the shape Of : ^ a legacy. - ^?| The best condition of things for any country ?/%% would be when fair wages could be earned ~-'4% straight along, without loss or deduction for ^ any reason. But in the present aspect of '3 human affairs this is impossiole. Whose fault H it is we cannot now d...

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FOUR ANCHORS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

FOUR ANCHORS. [By the Rev. Ltman Abbott, D.D.] And now I exhort you to be of good cheer.— Acts xxvii. 22. It is not very difficult, probably, for most of us this morning to be of good cheer. The day is. bright, the air is full of sunshine; it is a cdolsummer day, without the depressing heats that spihetimes come at this season ; most of our fctpnds are about us, our homes are intact, - atido'ur city unvisited with pestilence; the hardest of the hard times is apparently behind us; there is fair promise, at least, of better times coming on. It is not very difficult for most of us to be cheerful to-day. But this exhortation of Paul was utteied under very different circumstances. Let us consider the circumstances a moment. . PVul-had started out with the determination to cany 'the Gospel to pagan lauds. He y/as almost absolutely alone in that determination. The people who do not believe in. foreign . nmsions have very good Apostolic authority, '? ifthey-will only go back far enough and ...

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Young People. A FIGHT AGAINST HEAVY ODDS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

I 3)mmg people. h BY SEESR VALOR A FIGHT AGAINST HEAVY ODDS. [By EnxEST A. Caku.] ' 'At 10 o'clock, sayest thou ?' : 'At 10, yes — and by 11 ? ' Night, breathless summer night, brooded over the wide plain, save for a dull glow in the west, and Ehrouded in deepest gloom the cliarcoal-burners' hut, whence the gruif voices had proceeded. 'By 11, niy faith ! the accursed old chateau shall be flaring sky-high !' 'Yes,' said a third voice, hoarse with ex citement, ' a beacon of liberty, a torch to set men's hearts aflame ? ' ' Peace !' a deep-toned speaker broke in. ' Not so loud ; who knows what traitors may be abroad to-night V The voices sank to a whisper. In the dark ness something stirred outside the hut ; a pair of trembling hands were pissed over the rough timbers until a crevice was found at which the listener might place his ear. He could just hear the deep low tones again : — '?Fail? who talks of failure? Fail, when there are only three or four men-servants and the little lad an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO GODLINESS. But at what cost is this cleanliness procured by many people ? Often at the cost of a bod and uncom fortable skin, the result of the use of inferior Boapa. To insure a good healthful skin' Pears' Soap should always' We used, ; .*;.- ' - ???-?? -nTsty

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Sunday Reading. LIVE LIKE A HERO, AND DIE LIKE A MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

§itnbag lleabing. LIFE LIKE A HERO, AND DIE LIKE A MAN. TBy the Rev. J. P. Hctchinson.] (''Ye shall die like men.'— Psalm lxxxii., 7.) Go bravely into the battle of life. Go bravely into the rattle of Btrife. Hearts that are healthy and noble and true, God has some work that He wants you to do ; Danger waits those who their duty would shun, He 5- Bafe who feels that the field must be v v won ; The enthusiast's fire makes sure of the goal, Not the hardness of heart nor the coldness of soul. So, rest not; in zero, rise high as you can, Live like a hero and die like a man. ; Don't dwell on the sickness and losses you've known, . ? For each one you speak to has griefs of his , ? '.own. Don't dwell upon dying, for grace will be given To let you leave earth when you're wanted in ? heaven. Trust God as your Father, think all men your brother, And learn that true life is living for other ; Aud the seed you may sow in tears or in .laughter ' Will result in a bountiful harvest hereafter. -. ....

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MA BARQUE L'AMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

Ma Barque L' Amour.1 If all the ships I have at aea Should come a-sailing home to me, Weighed down with gems and wealth untold Ah, well I the harbor could rot hold So many sails as there would be If all iny ships came in from sea. ? If half my ships came home from sea And brought their precious freight to me, Ali, well ! I should liavo wealth as great As any queen who sits in state, Sorieb the treasures that would be In half my ships now out at Eea. If just one ship I have at sea Should cime a-sailing home to me, * ? .* Ah, well 3 'the storm clouds then might frown ; For if the others all went down, Still rich and proud and glad I'd be If that one ship came back to me. ', If that orio*hip went down at sea And all the others came to me With gold aud glory in tUeir store And costly freight of precious ore, The poorest soul on earth. I'd 'be If that one ship came not to me. O skies be calm ! 0 winds blow free 1 Blow all my ships safe home to me ; - But if thou sendest some a-wrack, To ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

MARTIN RRHQ 'burlington' house, An p| Ainc AND 'PORTLAND HOUSE', BASINGHALL-ST., E.O., LONDON. ? LEADING DRAPERS AND GENERAL PROVIDERS. ESTABLISHED NEAKLY HALF A CENTURY. MARTIN BROS. are now prepared with a magnificent NEW STOCZ OF GENERAL DRAPERY & CLOTHING, Which includes EVERY POSSIBLE REQUIREMENT of Dress for Men, Women, and Cluidren, as well as CARPETS, CURTAINS, LINOLEUMS, FLOORCLOTHS, AND General Furnishing Goods. A Large and General Stock, from which Goods of EVERY QUALITY and PlilCE, from the lowest to the highest, can he teleeted. . ZETETW' GOODS Arrive by every Steamer from Europe. Every Possible Facility for Doing Business given to those residing in the Country. MARTIN BROS, are receiving every day gratifying acknowledgments from Country Customers testifying to Uie efficiency of the SYSTEM of 'SHOPPING BY POST.' The greatest importance is attached to Hie buying Of the Uoods, MARTIN BROS, having a central house and buyers in London, with agents in Manchester, Par...

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THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

THE HOUSE. Milk Pcirorcre fob Invalids and Chil dren. — One breakfast cupful of sago, rice, or tapioca, ono quart milk, sugar, flavoring. Wash the sago, put it in a piedisb, and fill up with milk, sweetened and flavored. Put it into the oven (a very slow oven is best), and allow it to simmer for two horn's. Uestoihng Faded Coloks.— Alum water will restore almost faded colors. Brush the faded article thoroughly to free it from dust, cover it with u, layer of Castile soap, rinse with clear water, and then alum water, and then the color will usually be much brighter than be fore. Sxow Cakks.— Beat 4 oz: butter to cream ; then add gradually 4 oz. sugar, 1 1b. arrowroot, and any flavoring that maybe' liked— lemonj almond, or vanilla. Whisk the whites of 3 eggs to snow, stir them into the mixture, and beat it again till it is light and white. Butter some moulds and bake in a gentle oven for about 25 minutes. Sausage Toast.— Fry some rounds of bread, and. af tenvards fry 3 sausages ; remov...

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LONDON FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

? » LONDON FASHIONS. ''A.H.,'1 writing in the London Queen of August 24, says : — There are always mourners iu our midst, and it shows no want of feeling that the loss of relatives entails an immediate thought of raiment. There are a3 many fashions in mourning as in any other department of dress. Nowhere can there be a better opportunity of seeing them than at the Maison Jay, the world-famous mourning warehouse of Regent-street. Here every want is met and each individual customer con sidered. It is impossible to adopt one general fashion with any success. Dark and fair, stout and thin, cannot be habited alike ; and, without doubt, a potent agent in the fame of this firm is, that they have duly con sidered individual rigures iu every phase. In no department of dress is there so much diversity of opinion as in the matter of mourn ing. The strict etiquette is that a widow should for a year and a day wear robes of entire crape and the widow's cap ; after that period she may relinquish b...

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