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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
'HOW IS IT THAT 'CliARKU'B TJlOOD MlXTURE'SllOS obtained such great popularity' is a' question which lias perplexed many. The answer is that it is unques tionably the finest Blood Purifier that science and medical skill have brought to light. Thousands of 'won- derful cures have been «ffected by it For Scrofula, Scurvy, Eczema, Skin and Blood Diseases, Bad Legs, Sores and Pimples of all kinds its effects are mar vellous. ~ Sold everywhere at 2a. Od. per bottle. Beware of worthless imitations and substitutes, v ? . . . , btx7cd2
LAWN TENNIS. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
-LAW2T .TENNIS. SOUTH AUS.TBALI AN ASSOCIATION. College Park v. Glen Osmond.— Kelsev and Jagoe (C.P.) lost to Bowen and Pridmore (O.O.), 2— t), 1—0; and beat Murray and Searie (CO.), C— 4, 0— 3 ; Folhcringhom and Sheppard (C.P.) beat Bo*.ven and Pridmore, 1 — 0. 0 — 3, C— 5, and Murray and Searie 6—1, 0— 4 ; Kelsey .lost to Bowen, 2—0 ; Pothering ham lost to Murray, 5»-6; Jagqe beat Searie, 0—4; Sheppard beat Pridmore, 0—1. Totals— College Park, 8 sets, 59 games ; Gien Osmond, S sets, 55 games. Universitv v. Semaphore. — Ayers and Campbell (U.) lost to Lang and J. Allnutl (S.), 5— (3, 2—0, and beat Carterand II. Allnutt (S.), 0—3, 0— 2. Baker and Cudmore (U.) beat Carterand Allnutt, 5 — 0, 0—0, 0—3 ; and Lang and Allnutt, 0—2, 0-3. . Baker beat Lang, G— 5 ; Campbell lost to Carter, 4— 0 ; Ayers beat II. Allnutt, C— 2; Cudmore beat Allnutt, 0—1. Totals, University, 9 sets, 70 games; Semaphore, 4 sets, 45 games. ADELAIDE ASSOCIATION. Y.M.C.A. v.'Cresbrookes. — Greaycr and Hicks (A.) d...
Athletics. BICYCLE ROAD RACE. WARRNAMBOOL TO MELBOURNE. Melbourne, October 6. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
[?] : BICTClCrOAD EACE. WA.RRNAMBOOL TO MELBOURNE. ? ? . -. ? Melbourne, October 6. Considerable interest was taken in the bicycle road race from Warrnambool to Mel bourne, which took place on Saturday, and which was paced by Scott and Martin of the Raleigh -depot. Twenty-two men started, and in order to give encouragement to all to jjersevere to the end, the event was made a handicap one. The com petitors had been divided into three classes, n.nrl a. nri7A \imri-.li £30 — n. liiirli trrnrfo T?.a.laio-li cycle— was offered for the winner of the handicap, while the first first-class man past the post received a marble clock value £15, the nrst second-class man a punch bowl value £12, and the first third-class man a tea and coffee service value £10. In order that the finish might be at a con venient hour of the day the third class men were started from Warrnambool at 3 a.m., the second class men at 4 a.m., and the first class men at 5 a.m. The result is likely to nullify any future ha...
THE DEAN CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
THE DEAN CASE. George Dean, tried and convicted of attempting to murder his wife, re-tried by Royal Commission and released on the ground that the circumstances of the case were as consistent with the theory of innocence as with that of guilb, has at last confessed. The later developments of this extraordinary case have proved a rapid succession of almost unparalleled sensations. 'Murder will out,' it is Baid, in defiance of the fact that the history of crime is fair of unsolved mysteries. But in this instance the saying receives one of those illustrations which account for its general acceptance. The secret that Meagher received from Dean in the condemned cell at Darling hurst could not be kept. Conduct more utterly base than. that of the man who, the repository of this knowledge, led a popular agitation to turn a criminal loose, and to surround him with the halo of a spurious martyrdom, could hardly be imagined. But, though he bad so much to lose by its discovery, Meaghor him self...
The Chronicle. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1895. THE RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1895. TUB RAILWAY COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. Oub railways have definitely ceased to pay. They have failed to pay their way during the last three years. This is a fact which cannot be paltered with ; ifc must be fully allowed for in all financial arrangements ; and it ought to be made to disappear as soon as possible. Th^ rise and fall of the railway revenue have been substantially coincident with the growth and decline of the Barrier trade. In 1887-8— the last year of the regime preceding the appointment of Com missioners — our railways paid no less than 4 'SO per cent, on their capital cost. In 1888-9 — the first year of management by Commissioners — the re turn was 4'05 per cent. During tho notf; three years th-*railways continued to pay,; and paid handsomely ; but during the last three years surpluses have given place to deficits. The net percentages earned in the past seven financial years are shown by the annexed table, the proportion of the total receipts con...
The Week. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
[?] The railway revenue for the week which against £21,334 for tbe corresponding period of last year, showing a decrease of £1,456. The Minister controlling the Northern Terri tory has received a telegram from Port Darwin stating: — 'The cattle steamer Darwin sailed for Batavia on Saturday with 200 bullocks.' Mr. Henry Kelly, of the Agricultural Bureau, is confined to bis room with influenza. His medical adviser, Dr. Leschen, says it will be some days before he will be able to leave his room. The steamer Gulf of Venice, which left Port Adelaide on Tuesday afternoon, took away as cargo from the Port 3,991 bales of greasy wool and 29 bales of scoured wool. The shipment was consigned to Dunkirk. The Customs receipts up till Saturday lost amounted to £150,500 13s. Cd., as compared with £140,707 Us. 6d. received up till a corre sponding date in tbe previous year. This re presents an increase of £15,793 2a. Sir John Colton, president of the Bb'nd, Deaf, and Dumb Institution, has received ...
The Ring. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
[?] The Australian: pugilist 'Joe' Goddard, who left Melbourue some months atro for Soath Africa, has not been slow in getting to work at his favorite business. The standard and-Jiiggferi Newsot September 7, published at Johannesbiirg,.containB a lengthy report of -a fight between Goddard and Owen feulhvan, a local pugilist of note, which drew a record weight, and after seven, rounds, fought in the desperate style characteristic of die Barrier Boy, Owen^Sullivan throw up~the sponge. At )piM; time it looked as if. Sulli van. Would l)eat the.Australian, but Goddard spon.pullcd him seU. together, and the quietus BullivAn,recei ved. was sharp and likely to leave a lasting impries . aion. -. The .contest .was good, humoredly con ducted, both men carrying oh a pleasant con-, vernation throughout '. Goddard after the fight -naid a Jwarm compliment to the gamoneBsof to adversary. ; - : :.?;?...-...... . ; : ?
GOLF. ADELAIDE GOLF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
GOLF. ADELAIDE GOLF CLUR The silver medal competition for members whose handicaps are 10 ' and over took place on Saturday. The following are the results : — Name. Gross. Hdcp. Net. R.A. Cue ? 130 40 84 It. Strachan ? 119 34 85 C. E. Todd ? 124 30 94 W. E. Tweedie .. -.. .. 110 20 90 T.O'H. Giles ? 121 20 101 W. J. Isbister ? 118 16 102 P. B. Stow ? 146 40 106 GLENELG GOLF CLUB. ? The fourth competition for the Fowler's trophy was played for on Saturday, September 21, and after a very close finish was won by the honorary secre tary with a net score of 100. It has now reached a very interesting store, as four different players have each a, ' leg in,' and should it happen to be won by any one else except by one of the four in the last match to be played this month the five will have to play off. The following are the results :— Gross. Hep. Net. Ernest Phillipson ? 112 12 100 H.Swift ? 59 owe 2 l'Jl Chas. Irwin ? 108 5 103 T. B. Matthews ? 109 0 103 Geo. Milne ? .129 25 101 T. tt. Bake...
THE WESTERN GOLDFIELDS. LAKE VIEW RETURN. Kalgoorlie. October 9. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
'?l*: '' . :.J:V.l!iiiEDSL,~v~ LAKE VIEW RETURN. ' Kalffoorlie. October 9. A teamster named McCann has been treacherously assaulted by three Afghans. McCann refused to pull off the road and go into the bush and was set upon by the Asiatics. He was found exhausted and bleed ing and was sent on to Coolgardie, where the travelling police intercepted the Afghans and took their names. A meetuur of shareholders in the I.O.TT. Venture has been held, Mr. Whelan presiding. It was decided to cut the £10 shares into £2 shares. A meeting of shareholders of the Westward Ho mine was held to-day, when Mr. Stock presided. It was decided to change the name to the Leviathan. The Government have intimated that the machinery for a water-supply will be fixed as soon as possible. A start has been made to clear a track to Hannan's and Mount Margaret. A public meeting was held on Saturday night, at which a motion was passed in favor of separation. Kalgoorlie, October 10. The return from Lake View for the l...
Telegraphic news. GENERAL GABLE NEWS. LONDON, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
%legrayhic §M%. GENEKAL GABLE NEWS. [by submabine cable.] [From our own Correspondent.! Lokdon, October 4. The projected pugilistic encounter between Corbett, the American champion, and Fitz siinmous, the Australian pugilist, has been prohibited by the Legislature of Texas. _ London, October 5. _ The latest statistics point to a serious decline in the export trade of. France. Formerly that '««ie ttPiJroximavea m value to that or ureaa Britain and Germany came fourth on the liBt. A survey of the trade done by the various countries for the two decades ended 1890 shows that England still retains the supremacy, thai the next valuable export trade is that of the United States, Germany coming third, and France fourth. Conqjared with 18(55 the ex. port trade of France last year exhibited a fall* ing off to the extent of 731 million francs. The funeral of Louis Pasteur, the eminent French scientist, attracted an enormous coni course. The entire route from the deceased's residence to the bur...
THE IVANHOE SOUTH EXTENDED AND THE STARLIGHT. Kalgoorlie, October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
THE IVANHOE SOUTH EXTENDED AND THE STARLIGHT. Kaleoorlie. October 10. There is great excitement over the fire in Coolgardie, but precautions do not seem likely to bo taken here. We are again feeling the scarcity of water very much. If some of the condensers on the Southern Cross-road would re-erect here they would make a good living. Mr. Marmion, the ex-Minister of Mines, is here. The Hannan's Stock Exchange have decided to -build suitable rooms for carrying on a large business. Rumors are current here that the Ivanhoe South Exteudeds have struck a fine lode. The Starlight leases are being worked well, and the lode thereon is being prospected and tested thoroughly. The stone is fairly rich.
SYDNEY WOOL SALES. Sydney. October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
SYDNEY WOOL SALES. Svdnev. October 10. The Sydney wool sales were continued to day, when 9,510 bales were cleared. There was a strong market for all greasy sorts ex cept very burry lots. Faulty lambs' wool was hard to realise, and faulty scoureds showed a very serious reduction. The highest price of the season was gained for a lot of greasy cross bred from the Upper Hunter, namely, 9£d. In scoureds a fine lot from Brewarrinn. topped the record by reab'sing Is. 4d.
NEW SOUTH WALES PARLIAMENT. Sydney. October 9. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
NEW SOUTH WALES PARLIA MENT. Svdnev. October 9. Dr. Garran moved the second reading of the Land and Income Taxes Assessment Bill in the Legislative Council to-day. There was a long argument on the right of the Council to amend the measure by reducing the exemp tions. It was finally intimated by the Presi dent that he had altered his opinion regarding the powers of the Council in this direction, and now ruled that the Council possessed the powers of amendment. After a discussion, wliich seemed generally in favor of the Bill, the debate was adjourned, and the House rose. In the Assembly Mr. Reid moved the second reading of the Public Service BUL The de bate was adjourned. The debate on the Mining on Private Property Bill was resumed, and the second reading carried. The Housts then adjourned. Sydney, October 10. In the Legislative Council this afternoon, on the motion of Mr. Want, the second read ing of a Bill to strike out from the Companies Arrangements Act the clause limiting its op...
VICTORIAN PARLIAMENT. Melbourne. October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
VICTORIAN PARLIAMENT. Melbourne. October 10. The discussion on the report on the Tariff Bill was resumed in the Legislative Assembly to-day. Mr. Thomson's amendment in woollens to reduce the duty on January 1, 1S97, a further 5 per cent., and the same rela tively on apparel was carried by 39 votes to 38. The duty on floor mats was reduced from 40 to 35 per cent. An amendment to make the duty on hats made of fur 30s. per dozen was car ried by 40 votes to 34. On the motion of Mr. Kawaon laces and veiling of the cheapest sorts were added to the exemptions. A number of amendments proposed previously were again tabled and negatived. It was understood that the Ministry wished to tost three or four important questions en the third reading, and when the third reading was proposed Mr. Murray-Smith entered a protest against the report and third reading being taken on one day. After some debate the Premier, while contending that h3 had a precedent for the course, in deference to the wish of ma...
COMMERCIAL NEWS. LONDON. October 9. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895
COMMERCIAL NEWS. London. October 9. Bueadstuffs. — The visible supply of wheat in the United States is 58,200,000 bushels, as against 55,000,000 bushels a week ago and 95,400,000 bushels a year ago. There has been a general fall in colonial securities in sympathy with the relapse in the mining market. London, October 10. Silver is quoted at 2s. 'id: per oz., or a rise of £d. on the previous quotation.