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MRS. DEIN'S OPINION. DEPRIVED OF MAINTENANCE. A PUBLIC MOVEMENT STARTED. Sydney. October 9. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
MRS. DEAN'S OPINION. DEPRIVED OF MAINTENANCE. A PUBLIC MOVEMENT STARTED. Svdnev. October 9. i s&ince-the apprehension of Dean Mrs. Dean's means- of support have vanished and she has :been -forced to give-up her cottage at Surrey Hills.. A mechanic named Johnstone, how ever, gave -hospitable shelter to her and her mother and saved them from utter destitu tion. Mrs. Dean was interviewfd at his place last night. She and her mother expressed profound satisfaction at the confession of Georce Dean as finally clearing their characters of the foul stain. Mrs. Dean could give no explanation of why Dean should have tried to poiBon her. ' Was he then very fond of youf ' asked the reporter. 'He must have been,' she answered, 'or else be would not have poisoned me.' This was probably the sort of flippancy which the magis trate (Mr. Giles) so 'severely condemned many months ago, but Mrs. Dean is sure that there must have been another woman in the case somewhere. Mrs. Dean says she was alw...
DEAN'S POSITION. Sydney. October 9. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
DEAN'S POSITION. -~ Svdnev. October 9. ? It is a matter of some legal cohtroversy whether Dean can now be charged with an attempt to murder by poison on a date diffe rent from that upou which his original convic tion was founded. This would permit the whole case to be retried and put Dean in danger of suffering the extreme penalty of the law. This ? course seems, however, hard]y likely to be adopted. There is one other method by which Dean could be brought within tiio range of the punishment which he deserves. After his release by the Royal Commission the Royal pardon under seal was conveyed to him in order to restore to him the rights of citizenship. The question is if that pardon will hold good in view of the fact that it was avowedly obtained by ' fraud A Royal grant, can be revoked by a writ scirc facias if, it is discovered to have.' been ob-. tained by false pretences. ' The q'uestionia whether Royal pardons stand on the same basis. Several eminent lawyers of the city are at p...
MR. CRICK INTERVIEWED. Sydney, October 9. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
MR. CRICK INTERVIEWED. Sydney, October 9. Mr. Crick when interviewed late tonight said he wished to point out that some things in JJc.in'a confession were untrue. The man Green was never in the employ of his firm in any capacity whatever. Further, said Mr. Crick, since Dean states that he only con fessed his guilt to Sir. Meagher after his conviction a«id reprieve, he must be a bit out when he says 'All alonpr I denied my guilt at the instigation of Mr. Meagher.' Mr. Crick added — 'So far as I am concerned the matter is now ended.' Mr. Meagher was interviewed and said practically the same regarding the confession. This morning a large and influential deputation asked him to stand ajain for Phillip division and his reply was ' Irrevocably no.'
TASMANIAN RACING CLUB. SPRING MEETING. Hobart. October 6. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
TASMANIAN BACING CLUB. SPRING MEETING. Hobart. October 6. The Tasmanian Racing Club's first spring meeting was hdd on Saturday at the Elwick course. Tjie weather wasma^nificgn^ agd tljg course was in .splendid order. The Governor and suite werga present. T; he results itere:— TfliAt Stakes.— Assuur, 1\ ] :..,Eft?ick, 2? Chbrisfer.a 7 EigEt 'statfceoV 'Time,'! 'mia. « sec. ? ?? ??: , ?:;; : .????' ???,??' Hcrdles.— Trafalgar, 1 ; Si4u^;2 ^'Vanessa, 3. Four started. ' Won bv half a length, a teimilar dietaries being between, the second., and. third horses. Time, 3 min. 7 seto. . Hustees' Steeplechase. -^-Skylight, 1: Wanderer^. 2 ; Highlander, 3; Seven started. Won easily. ' '- .' '.' .'.''' HiGflWEifiirr Handicap. —: Venus, 1; Bugle»v.2; Taurang, 3. 'Nini started. Won by. 20 lengths. Time, 1 min. 20 sec ; . Ely.ick Steeplechase.— Cypher, 1 ; Plian tom, 2 ; Caledonian, 3. Four started. Wel lington fell at the first fence, and' Caledonian refused thrice. The race was won easily.
THE V.A.T.C. SQUABBLE. Melbourne. October 4. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
THE V.A.T.C. SQUABBLE. Melbourne. October 4. A special meeting of the committee of tho V.A.T.C. is to bo held to-morrow to consider a letter from Mr. Arthur Anderson asking them to call upon Mr. J. C. Bowden to make and substantiate a. definite charge of adjudi cating in the matter in which he had a bet of £50. ^A dissatisfied member of the club has written, suggesting that Mr. Anderson should clear himself by making a statutory declaration. Melbourne, October 7. Mr. J. C. Bowden gives specific particulars regarding the allegation he made against Mr. A. Anderson at a recent meeting of members of. the V.AT.C. Mr. Bowden now says:— ' The instance I had in my mind was the Lardy Dardyand Lord John case at Moonee Valley on the 23rd November, 1891.', He suggests in a letter that a simple and inexpensive way of testing the matter would be by taking proceed ings m the County Court where witnesses can be examined on oath. In the event of this being done Mr. Bowden promises, in order that the...
ITALY. THE RECENT CELEBRATIONS. LONDON. October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
ITALY. THE RECENT CELEBRATIONS. London. October 10. The Pope has written a letter to Cardinal Rampolla, Secretary of State to his Holiness, stating that in connection with the recent cele bration of tho 25th anniversary of the entrance of the Italian troops .into Rome the questionof neutrality and of his own old age have been entirely ignored. These facts, his Holiness affirms, show that the Italian Government intend to perpetuate the disastrous conflict between the State and [the Church, and that they desire to repagamse Rome. '
VICTORIAN SPORTING. Melbourne, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
VICTORIAN SPORTING. MeUiouroef October 4. The following are the latest scratching:— Melbourne Hunt Club iueeting:— Hurdle Race — Barzan and. Bill. Two-Tear-Old : Handicap— Kobold. Handicap Flat Race War Dance. V.A.T.C Spring meet ing::.— Caulfield Guineas— Xurj and. Ringer. Cauliield Cup— Buddah Singh and Brock Ieigh. Tooi'alc Handicap — English Squire and Brocldeigh. Debutaut Stakes— Connection and Royalty. V.K.C: Spring ' meetings Derby — Bob Ray, Ilcljester, and Cartridge. Melbourne Cup— Bob! Ray, Ilchester, and Cartridge. ? Melbourne, Octob.er.7. SCRA.TCHINGS. Hopscotch scratched for Toorak Handicap. . V.A.T.C. Spring Mating.— GaulfitjM Cui-— Acmeua, -Tiin. SwivelJeiv JiiizrConovan,^ Blue Cap, Coolalta, and Astrononier. Caulfield Guineas— Astronomer, Cravat, Coolalfca, and Fortunio. Caulfield Stakes — Best Bower. Debutante Stakcs^-BIazon, Spendrift, JNbrisca, ch c JUochiel— Ghihni-Ghinni, Embrasure, ch c ?Enfilade — Haidee of tho Hills, Moorlyong, E. Trental, Glencoe, Sea King, ...
REBELLION IN CUBA. LONDON. October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
REBELLION IN CUBA. London. October 10. The failure of Marshal Campos to fulfil the promise he made Last spring to put down the insurrection in Cuba ' promptly and peremp torily'' has caused bitter disappointment at Madrid. The Government, with the approval of the Cortes, have determined to shrink from tto sacrifice in maintaining their authority, and fire negotiating for a loan of £3, COO, 000 to carry on the war.
EPSOM RACES. Melbourne, October .8. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
' .' EPSOM RACES. , . - ' Sfelbburne, Oc£o1jer.8. i. A race' meetaig jvas- held at Epsom this alterhoqn with the followi«g results : — Tjuai HASDlcAT.-^Dooblani, 1 ; Meteor, 2 ; Fund, 3. ? ;;, '. . ?'. ? . '? Hubdle Race.—- Sunshower,' 1; Moondah, i2 ; Woodlands, 3. . Welter Hasdicap. — Divisidii, lj Sioux, 2: Blaekthprn, 3. . . ? . ? Hc-VTEES' Steeplechase. — Laeeby, 1 ; Woodfield, 2; Brownlock, 3. Ersosf Handicap.— Tinstream, 1; Proverb, 2;Tassey, 3. ? Moudialwc HANDicAr.— Preston, 1 ; Tau rus, 2 ; Rewi, 3.
PRODUCE EXHIBITION. LONDON, October 9. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
PRODUCE EXHIBITION. ? \j London, October 9. Messrs. Dale & Reynolds, the organ teers of ?the exhibition of colonial produce, which is to be held in the Agricultural Hall, Islington, during June, 1S97, have asked that the Govern ments of the Australian colonies and of Canada shall give a joint guarantee of £20,000 towards the expenses of the exhibition. Sir Saul Samuel has convened a meeting of the Agents-General of the colonies interested to discuss the matter.
CRICKET NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
CRIGKET NOTES. TBv ''Onlookeb.'1 The cricket season is fast advancing, but the association up to the present time have not yet fixed their programme. This will, how ever, .be drawn up and presented at the annual meeting to be held on October 14. All that has beeu done up to the present time is to arrange .the opening matches, and the season will begin on October 19 with the following fixtures :— Adelaide Uval— JNorth Adelaide v. Ade laide ; Hindmarsh v. Norwood. Kensington' Oval —'South Adelaide v. AustraL . # ? Practice will begin on the Adelaide Oval next Tuesday, and Checkett is making every preparation to receive the various clubs. There was a good deal of outside practice last Saturday,' on outside wickets, and perhaps the most in greeting .match was that between the Adelaides .'and X6;pf the Middlesex club. The toB8f£.'WJw...won, jft» the senior club by Rowley Hiupund Wave Hay and Walter Giffen went in first. Hay w,as out when he had made 3, but Walter had jtotted up about 30....
Cricket. AUSTRALIAN CRICKET COUNCIL. MEETING IN SYDNEY. THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. TO VISIT ENGLAND NEXT YEAR. Sydney. October 9. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
€nzfat AUSTRALIAN. CRICKET COUNCIL, ?'? '-Q ' ' '. . MEETING IN SYDNEY. THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. TO VISIT ENGLAND NEXT YEAR. Svdnev. October 9. A meeting of the Australasian Cricket Council was held to-night to consider the question of sending- an Australian Eleven to England next March.- New South Wales was represented by Messrs. John Portus, P. Sheri dan (proxy for Mr. Richard Teece), and C. A. Richardson; Victoria by Messrs. H. H. Budd, D. A Madden. 0. H. Ross, and S. 7VT_ 1.1 ? — ? J O ? J.l_ A ? J ? T* T- ? TliT ? i~t x-iUbij£i(U, uuu ouuiu Ausbiiuia uy ansiaa, vr. Mostyn Evan, W. O. Whitridge, W. A. Gibb (proxy for Mr. J. Creswell), and James Mar shall. Mr. J. M. Gibson was elected chair man of the council for the .ensuing year. Mr. J. Portus was re-elected honorary secretary. The balance-sheet showed a credit balance of £25. Mr. Whitridge moved—' That the year_lS!)G be considered an opportune time for an Aus tralian Eleven to visit England.' Mr. Ross seconded the resolution, wh...
Coursing. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
@0itt0tng. The death of the famous English greyhound Herschel, by McPherson— Gazing Star, is an nounced. He was a great performer, and his remarkable success and popularity at the stud were exemplified by over 20 of his progeny taking part in the- Waterloo of 1894, including Texture, the winner, and -Falconer, the runner up, while his. daughter, Freekick divided the Purse and Jus son Happy Relict the Plate, By a singular coincidence this great record was re peated this year, when Herschcl's daughter, Thoughtless Beauty, won the Waterloo Cup, his sou Fortuna Favente running up; another son, Word of Honor, divided the Purse ; and another, Forum, the Plate.
THE ADELAIDE HOUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
THE ADELAIDE- HOUNDS. [By a Swagman.] ': Oil Saturday' last I arrived at GumJeracha about 5a.ui: in search- of work, and seeing tiie business and. go of the inhabitants of this little English-looking town my hopes ..wept up a hundredfold,, for I kuew that I . should most certainly get something to cat anil drink, and wouldn't be asked to work for it, and hearing everybody singing the hunting BGiig — ' Ifs a finft llim*-.»Ti.T rlfiw' — T rpcnli'o/1 fn Rf.n.v r.iiH watch events in case anything i should turn . up. I hadn't waited long when I realised from manv others who were ia3 sure as myself that Guuieracha was not commemorating a wake but. was con templating a hunt, and« had prepared for a visit from the members of the A.H.C. During the whole moming visitors arrived from all. .parts of .the,. district,, and judging from what I saw in the shape of., horseflesh Ahey .Lad._hot left muck of that article at home, and I should not tliink many stopped at home to look after the house. As....
MANAGERS' REPORTS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
MANAGERS1 REPORTS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. QueekBke (New Luxemburg), October 6.— 'Con- tractor completed mason work ol No. 3 tank and excavation of No. 1 tank. Masons will finish stone work of latter in few days ; very sutisfactory pro gress made. Have pair of men in No. 2 drive, which has been driven 82 ft. in all. East Queen Bee shaft— Beef in face about 4 ft wide of good payable etone, of free muling class, in which gold visible. ItiiimA is-AfjFZEfit.JmpGiirbuioe.to mine, to work od* £o8fern section — GooS'pttlgijcssiniurciir this drive by -two men 'lof post fortnight, Viz., IS It, making totel-ot~5S ft.; no change in mttuiyj&l'dnven . through. SHU quartz veins oil over face of drive, out none showing gold of any value yet We have about 20 it more to drive to cut Queen Bee reef, when expect better results.' WEST AUSTRALIA. Bakk of Ekolasd, September 28. — 'Boundary, shaft— Drive at the head of crosscut extended north 18 ft ; making a total of 36 ft. driving. No change to report ...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
MISCELLANEOUS. The first general meeting of the Kangaroo G.M. Company was held at Gender's Buildr ings, Grcn fell-street, on Monday evening. Mr. Ingham presided over a fair attendance. TJie secretary's report, which was adopted, showed that 5,914 shares had been applied for, and that the cash in hand amounted to £23 15s. lOd. Messrs. Barneveld. Ineham. and Pona were elected directors to act voluntarily, and Mr. A. G. Saunders was appointed mine manager and engineer without remuneration. At a meeting of persons who had agreed to become members of the Hannan's V ictoria Cross Gold Mining Company, held at the Cominittee-room, Town Hall, on Friday, tha memorandum and articles of association were passed. Mr. W. Boss Bain has received the following telegram from Mr. D. H. Braidwood : — ' 'Very well pleased with Boulder Consols No. 1. Position good; and developments very promising. Getting some etone assayed. Will advise result.' The following telegrams have been received from the manager ...
FREE LABOR CONGRESS. LONDON, October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
FREE LABOR CONGRESS. London, October 10. A Free Labor Congress has been opened iu London, at which delegates repre senting 120,000 workers arc present. Among. the_ initial business of the Congress wasthe passing of a resolution condemning the action of the trades unions of Great Britain in trying to force the Government to introduce.an Employers' Liability Act. The provisions of the Bill, it is asserted, would, if carried out, inflict a great injustice upon all employers of labor.
ARMENIA. THE MASSACRE AT TREBIZOND. LONDON, October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
ARMENIA. THE MASSACRE AT TREBIZOND. London, October 10. The Standard publishes a telegram from Constantinople stating that the Sultan has yielded to the demands of the Powers regard ing the execution of the reforms in Armenia on which they had previously agreed. The proposal of Great Britain (in which Russia and trance concurred) to make the committee of control eifective by securing the nomination of representatives of their own had given great umbrage to the Turkish Government, who desired to keep the administration of the re forms entirely in their own hands. - The Powers, however, firmly insisted that three at least of the six members of the com mittee should be Europeans, and after an all night sitting in the palace the Council of Ministers agreed to the proposal. What is known as the 'Palace Party 'were strongly opposed to surrender either to justice or expe diency, and every effort was made to defeat the intentions of the Powers. Fail ing to create disunion among the Powers t...
LATE EDITION. Latest News. GENERAL CABLE NEWS LONDON, October 9. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
WiftE ':EMii(3im Latest News. GENERAL CABLE NEWS ? , O [BY EUBMAillNB CABLE.] 1 u fFrom our own Corresnondent.1 ; London, October 9. The sheep shipped to England by the steamer Buteshire have arrived in excellent condition, and experts consider that they are equal to any that have yet been received iu London. : Lokdon, October 10. The directors of the Colonial Investment and Agency Company have announced that the loss on the operations of the company for the year amount to £7,126, and that in order to meet the deficiency a call of 5s. per share will be made in November.
Needles. "Short, Sharp, Shiny." [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
£LttbU& _ 'Short, Sharp, Shiny.' She— 'Do you pretend to have as good judgment as I haver' He — 'WelL no; ourohoiceof partners for life shows that my judgment cannot be com pared to yours.' Confession by Dean. Off to the settlements. The Balaklava tragedy. Coolgardie burnt down. Mr. Meagher confesses. The Butler divorce case. Another find near Niagara. Drainage in the south-east. Dean admits buying poison. Miners wanted at Hannan's. Labor wanted at Kalgoorlie. Increase in Customs revenue. Signor Crispi and the Vatican.. Suspicious death in Melbourne. Sir Julian Salomons vindicated. Rich ore at the Kalgoorlie mine. Live cattle and frozen meat trade. Five hundred Armenians arrested. A fatal fall over a cliff in Victoria. Germany granted land at Hankow. Foreign demand for wool increasing. Dean complains of Meaghers action. General Booth has arrived at Hobart. New finds at the Excelsior line of reef. 'Stoddart's Portfolio of Photographs*.' Strange development in the Dean case. A...