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LUNAR AND SOLAR CALENDAR—OCTOBER. PHASKS OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
U3HAB AfiD SOLAR OALENDABOCTOBKBr - - PhabmoiimMoox ItaBMoon- -?:;. '.. .. 4th day, 7h. 48m. Mn. Xaal Quarter .. ;, .. 11th day, Xlh. 85m. jun. Hew Moon „ .'. .. 18th day, 8h. 10m. fc.m. Jtot-ju*rter i.- .. .. g6thdajr,Bh.4m. p.m. «.„ n.f. Sun Sun Moon j Moon ^ Diy* »«?? rie» set* rites. r«*& ?^ ~,i ? ??«? P-n*- P-«n. ??ln- *to*d*y , .. 1 6.24 6.47 8.26 * Wtfn&laj ?? * «?*»' 6-48 ♦?^ *M toWidv .. * 6-21 6.48 S.17 4.47 *Miy7. .. * 6.20 6.49 6.14 6.9 '?Utudftr . .; * 6.10 6.60 7.18 6.84 Sunday.. .. B *.17 6.61 8.16 6.1 - Monday.. .. f 6.1D 6.62 , 6.19 6.82 9ta*lay ? .. ? 8 6.14 6.53 10.22 4.13 WtdDibi. .. ft 6.18 «.«8 11.24 7.63 tbundw .. 10 6.12 6 64 11.48 8.45 Friday .. .. 11 6.11 6.6S «.m.2l 9.47 Saturday .. Vt 6.10 6.56 1.15 10.66 Sunday?. .. 18 £.8 6.60 1.66 p.ro.7 Monday.. .. 14 5.7 6.67 2.84 1.20 »faesd«y ' .: 15 6.6 6.-66 8.7 2.83 ?Weduegday .. 16 6.4 6.60 8.S7 8.44 .Sbiindur .. 17 6.8 6 4.7 4.66 'fWdfty T. .. IB 6.2 6.1 4.88 6.9 Saturday .. 18 6 6.1 4.60 7.18 ...
Amusements. THE GRAND DUCHESS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
Jtmcu^mmte. THE GRAND DUCHESS. It is many years since Offenbach's pic turesque and tuneful comic opera — La Grande Duchessede Geroldstein — last saw the foot lights in Adelaide, and its revival on Saturday night was welcomed by an audience both large and enthusiastic, but only commensurate with the merits of the production. Everything the Adelaide Harmonie Society has taken in hand it has done well, and although it was rather an ambitious effort to stacre such a work thev came through the ordeal with infinite credit. The piece was presented with all the glamor, so far as dressing and scenic effects were con cerned, of the best of the professional pro ductions. It was a charming pageant from start to finish. The costumes, for which special designs had been obtained, were gorgeous, and it was abundantly evident that neither trouble nor expense have been spared by the society to please its patrons. The sing ing was on the whole good, the dancing novel and pretty, and the acting a littl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
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A FEW INCHES OF PLAIN ENGLISH. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
**& 'few Inches of plain '. ........ _ ^ ENGLISH, — -. — .,.. Nowadays men are doing all sorts of wonders by means of electricity, both in 'mechanics and in chemistry. I see by the papers that they expect to be able to produce real diamonds by it. Perhapa.they may ; marvels never cease. But we will wait till they do before we crow over that job. Up to this time, anyway, everything that 1b both valuable and UBefulis tha Tmii; nf tin.w1 im-n-ir ' Tj^von jiinmrmria nm mostly got out of rocky ' mines. And, within reasonable limits, it is good for us to have to work, len 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 straight along, without loss or deduction for any reason. But in the present aspect of human affairs this is impossible. Whose fault it i3 we cannot now discuss. One source of Iobs, however, is plain enough, and some remedy for it ought to be fou...
CLARKE CO., BROKERS AUSTRALASIA CHAMBERS, KING WILLIAM-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
CLARKE & CO., BROKERS, AUSTRALASIA CHAMBERS, KING WILLIAM-STREET. The past has been the heaviest week on 'Change to date, extremely heavy and numerous transactions taking place in all Western Australian stocks. Our sales include all stocks from Groat Boulders down to Boulder Con6olidateds and Great Coolgardies, our chief transactions having taken place in Coolgardies, Boulder Centrals, Maritanas, Reefers, Norse man, Royal Danes, Moons, and Maritana Norths. Amongst stocks not yet regularly quoted, we have made purchases of Norseman Crushing Company, Three Colonies (at lls.), Slug Hill Syndicate, Erl Kings, Mount Bensons, and Kirkpatrick's Mount Benson. We also purchased a considerable number of Hannau'a Reward North from 5s. Cd. to 5s. 9d. In other gold stocks our sales include : — Baker's Creeks and Redcastles, Princess Dag mars (lls.) Central Plateau (5s. 10£d.), Great South Loner Tunnel (23s.), Great Northern Extendeds (49s. 6d.). In silver stocks we have had unusually hea...
A STRANGE DEVELOPMENT. Sydney. October 8. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
A STRANGE DEVELOP MENT. Srdnev. October 8. In the Legislative Assembly to-day Mr. Crick craved the indulgence of the House to make a personal statement regarding the Dean case. He said he honestly wished it at the bottom of the sea, not because of anything he had done, but because it had been a source of great trouble and had been the means of breaking up many friendships, and because of disclosures which had been juat made to him luiu \-muu uiui i;uubcu iuuj tu live in » lew hours many years of his life. He wished to detail his own connection with tho case. Four times only had he seen Dean, and on nooccasion had he had any conversation with Dean. It had been said in the defence of Dean that Mr. Meagher was only Mr. Crick's dummy. That was a grave injustice to the ability of the man, who had a power and eloquence which he himself did not pos sess. Throughout Mr. Meagher was the de fender of Dean. After the conviction of Dean and when discussing with his partner the pro priety of dem...
CONFESSION BY DEAN. Sydney. October 9. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
cbraissiGir by mm; ; Svdnev. October1 9.' In the Legislative Gouhcil this afternoon, tliere was a. large attendance of. members in anticipation of hearing statements by. the Attorney-General (Mr. Want) and Sir -Julian Salomons' bearing on 'the Dean case. After formal business bad been transacted, Mr. Want, who was greeted with cheers aa ne entered iuo vjuuruiuoi, oaiu u^. uwugii to say a few words about the very un palatable Dean case. During the last six months he had been subjected to every Jdnd of insult The judge, the jury, Sir - Julian Salomons, and others had been attacked. He himself had been called a ' social leper.' He thought all these statements and calumnies would be cleared away by the document which held- in his band. , . ; Mr. Want then proceeded to read the fol lowing confession : — 'I, George Dean, being charged and on remand, state willingly and without any pres sure 'whatever from outeidenr any source, that I am guilty of the charge of perjury. I de plare that £ p...
Intercolonial. THE DEAN CASE. SENSATIONAL DEVELOPMENTS. MESSRS. CRICK MEAGHER, AND DEAN ARRESTED. Sydney, October 6. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
Intercolonial. THE DEAN CASE. SENSATIONAL DEVELOP MENTS. MESSRS. CRICK MEAGHER, AND DEAN ARRESTED. ' Sydney. October -L' The case of George Dean is already certainly the most sensational that has ever ^exed, judicial minds in this colony. Fresh interest: 'Was added to it, however, on Saturday by the arrest of. W. P. Crick and R. D. Meagber, eolicitors, and members of Parliament, and George Dean, on a charge of conspiring to aubvert the ends of iustice. This astounding development was wholly unexpected by the general public, and indeed when the Premier heard the news of the arrests at Parramatta he expressed him self as 'flabbergasted.' It was of course plain that the law authorities would take Action to vindicate the administration of the courts by prosecuting any suspected con spirators against the purity of justice, but none dreamt that there were sufficient grounds for taking so grave a step as to arrest two members of Parliament and to charge a man who has just succeeded in appa...
REMARKABLE FICTIONS. Sydney. October 7. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
REMARKABLE FICTIONS. Sydney. October 7. The Dean case sofarshowB no fresh develop ments, though in the almost complete absence of fresh facts some very remarkable fie tionB are bcintr circulated. It is stated that one indi vidual who is alleged to have urged the chemist Smith to keep silent concerning a certain reported sale of poison has decamped and a warrant is out for his arrest. The Department of Justice, however, maintains a strange and altogether unnecessary reticence with regard to the facts of the arrests effected and contemplated. The police state that they are pestered by a number of people anxious to confess themselves guilty of conspiracy in this Dean matter. These notoriety hunters are not, however, even treated to the courtesv of arrest. The charges against the accused are to' be heard at the Police Court on Thursday. An important witness to be called will be Madame Rose, whose whereabouts, it is stated, have now been discovered. The prosecution will endeavor to prove...
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS. DEAN CHARGED WITH PERJURY. Sydney, October 9. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS. DEAN CHARGED WITH PERJURY. Sydney, October 9. This morning, long before opening time, the Water Police Court was surrounded by a throng of eager, morbid 'men and women. When the court opened the efforts to obtain admittance were tremendous, jbuf only a few score out of the .many hundreds could gain seats in the building. The entry of Dean into He looked somewhat tired. Hip greajtbrpwn ©yes wandered over the court, and a peculiar smile flitted across his mouth.. CareMly disposing his hat ho rested hiB head jon. Ins hands and yawned as if the proceedings wig more wearisome than interesting. ^ A petty theft case bad been disposed of when Mr. 'Wilsbjre,' -the -Grown- pros cutor, Bpbke ,tt- thJB magistrate, ?'.Mr,' James Giles: It ; was: Mj. Giles who presided at the North Shore jPdh'ce' Court when Dean was first charged with poisoning his wife. Mr. Giles at that, trial Bad occasion to reprore Mrs. Dean for her seeming 'levity during the pro ceedings, and* jie h...
ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS. Sydney. October 9. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS. Svflnav. October 9. In the Assembly Mr. Lyne, the leader of the Opposition,' said rumor had just come to his ears that a statement had been made in the other House that Dean had confessed. He would like to know from the Premier why this Oliamber had not been informed of it ? Ho considered that the House should have been informed of it. Mr. Re:d said he heard that some such state ment had been made, but he failed to recognise that the matter was one of such a national character as to require him to make a state ment to Parliament. Mr. Lyne— I think you are making a great mistake. The matter then dropped.
THE FEELING IN SYDNEY. Sydney, October 9. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
THE FEELING IN SYDNEY. Sydney,- October 9. The Dean case has ended. As Mr. Want said in the Council this, afternoon, the curtaiu has at length been rung down on- the most mysterious and sensational criminal event of the century. The confession of George Dean to:day completely and amply vindicatesjustice and the administration of the law. It is meet that it should be; for no man ever more com pletely flouted the courts, the preBS, and the The intensity of the belief in his innocence entertained by -the residents of the colony — not alone by people whose own fear3 of the law ren der them sympathetic towards any release agita tion, but by men of reputed wisdom — it would be difficult to describe. Some idea of it may, however, be gained from the fact that even iiow, after Dean's own confession, there are Still enthusiasts who affirm that he is innocent ? — that the confession has been extorted from him by some methods similar to those of the inquisition in the interests of Mr. Justice W...
COMMERCIAL NEWS. LONDON. October 3. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
COMMERCIAL NEWS. London, October 3. Bbeadstuffs.— Adelaide wheat ex ware house is quoted at £1 7e. Cd. per 496 lb., being Gd. more than a week ago. The market is firm. Victorian wheat ex warehouse is quoted at £1 7s. Gd. per A'M lb., being an advance of 9d. on a week ago. New Zealand wheat, long berried, ex store, is quoted at 'J&&. per 4U6 lb., unchanged. For cargoes off coast sellers ask 25s., buy era offer Gd. less. For cargoes on passage sellers ask 253., buyers offer (id. less. English white wheat at Mark Lane averages 27s. Colonial oats per 384 lb. are 23s- fid. Colonial beans per 504 lb. are 26s. Gd. Metals.— Copper— For Chili bars the cash -price is £47 2s. (id. per ton, being a rise of 12s. 6d. on last week's quotation. Tin — The cosh quotation is £66 5s. por ton, being £1 17s. Gil. higher than a week ago. Pig iron — For Glasgow .warrants No. 1 the cash price is £2 7b. 9d. per ton, unchanged. Lead— Soft foreign is quoted at £11 par ton, a rise of 2s. Gd. on ...
Sunday Reading. THE WAY AND THE GUIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
|$unbag ^z%hity. THE WAY AND THE GUIDE. The way I knew not Thou has led, and oft It seemed a darksome way and hard to tread, And leading downward rather than aloft Appeared the way by which the Father led. But yet I followed, Tcnowing not the way, Though still aBBured, because the Guide I knew, And waiting till the radiance of the day Should break, illumed with heaven-painted hue. . -? And lo ! the glowing morn has burst at last, More brilliant e'en than hope could paint its life. ? That light is clearest which leaves darkness past, That peace most peaceful which is born of strife.
Commercial. WEEKLY EPITOME. The Chronicle Offices, Friday evening, October 11. GENERAL MERCHANDISE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
€mmnmmi WEEKLY EPITOME. The Chronicle Offices, Friday evening, October 11. General Merchandise. The import markets have been quiet durin the past week, and very little more than ordinary sorting-up business has been reported. For one or two lines a slightly increased de mand is noticed owing to cable advices being received of advance in prices. This more particularly refers to iron and cream of tartar. Otherliues have had fair notice, but no large busi ness has been carried through. West Australian trade continues brisk and ordere are coming1 in freely. Local stocks are generally sufficient tor all market requirements, and in no instance is speculation business reported owing to short supplies. Sugars are moving a litile more freely, and a good trade is being done by the Colonial Sugar Company iu all their iines at list prices. Queeuslands are cbtning down slowly, and only small lots of whites have been received. Yellows and rations are in good supply, and steady business is doing i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
k HEW PRESSED, Brown. Crimson. _ Maroon. Orange. Cardinal. Yellow. Scarlet. Pink. Olive Green, Dark Brown. Navy Blue. Dark Green. Violet. Puce. Lavender. Magenta. Blue. D^rk Blue. Slate. Green. Rose. Grey. Etc., etc. It is a positive fact that you can make your worn and shabby dresses look like new by using Crawshaw's Crystal Dyes. Any one can use them, and you have no idea of their usefulness until you have tried them. You can dye a dress with one 6d. Box, or A CHILD'S FROCK WITH HALF-A-BOX. Ribbons, Feathers, Curtains, and, in fact, almost anything can be made as good as new by fol lowing the simple directions given with each Box. For stain ing Wood, Ivory, Horn, etc., and for colouring almost everything. Beautiful combinations of colour may be made by judiciously mix ing the different dyes. Crawshaw's Crystal Dyes Are sold by all Chemists and Stores in Boxes 6d. each. E.CRAWSHAW& CO., LONDON.
THE INTELLECTUAL GREATNESS OF JESUS. Never man spake like this Man.—JOHN vii. 40. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
THE INTELLECTUAL GREATNESS OF JESUS. TBy Dn. K 0. Andebson, of Dundee.] Never manspake like this Man.— Johs vii. 40. In .the long line of illustrious names the name of Jesus awakens most memories of human tenderness. Compared with the rude types of mauhoo&to be found in theRoinan and Saxon races,' the gentleness and tenderness of the'Son of Man seems excessive. So extreme and -outspoken was tha sensibility that it seems to overshadow other qualities, or to MMirT^ fhaiv'aviaHinpii *-van mibc:f*.imiaiilf-r Tk has led 'the Christian world to give to Jesus a feminine picture.. Most persons thinking about this lofty character ascribe to Him a feminine quality rather than the sturdincss of 'nature which makes a Hercules or a Jupiter. With the emotional power of Jesus all are familiar. He loved all his friends tenderly. At the age of 33 He is still clinging to His mother, lie went along with the sisters when their brother died, and having filled with love His own household His grea...