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THE BOWDEN - ANDERSON EMBROGLIO. Melbourne. October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

THE BOWDEN - ANDERSON EMBROGLIO. Melbourne. October 10. Mr. J. C. Bowden has handed to the press for publication the correspondence between himself and the V.A.T.C. committee in con nection with the Bowden-Anderson embroglio. The committee of the club requested Mr. Bowden to meet them on Friday next to furnish full and specific particulars of the Mr. Bowden in his reply to the 'Committee, while not acknowledging the right of anyone except Mr. Anderson to demand particulars, as an act -of courtesy, forwards a copy of ft letter published in the press giving full parti culars of the case. He thinks it necessary, in the interests of the turf, that Mr. Anderson's action should be publicly dealt with before a tribunal having the power to examine witnesses on oath, and with that view before him he challenged Mr. Anderson to take legal proceedings in the County Court. The letter concluded— ' After the prominence given to my statement I am sure the racing pubb'c will not bs satisfied with a ...

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

TO CORRESPO1JDENTS. \ Games and problems for publication and solutions of problems should be addressed ??ChesB Editor, Chronicle Office.' 'J.E.P.,' Nelson-street.— In problem No. 1,976 Black escapes by P takes P if White M~1.i ? T- *.'** T- 4i 'J.H.,' Brighton.— See solution of No, 3,975 (Meyer) below. You Beem not 'to have jBOtioed correction in the following issue ; the ? Hook* should have been a White instead of a JBIack one. Try No. 1,979 again, as your solu tion is not correct. Many thanks for the ? cutting. . ^E.T.,' Broken HilL— Your letter duly to hand, for which thanks. End game sent will have our attention. 'F.J.I).,' Perth, W.A.— Letter received. Will forward the information as requested. ' A.E.B.,' Semaphore.— Thanks for game.

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PROBLEM No. 1,982. By F. R. Gittins. (Second prize Birminyham. Weekly. Chronicle tourney.) BLACK. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

PROBLEM No. 1,982. ?-' By F. R.Gittins. (Second prize Birminyham. Weekly .Chronicle tourney.) black. - . ' WHITE. White to play and mate in two moves. PROBLEM No. J, 983. By P.G.L.F. (from Times Weekly). BLACK. WHITE. White to play and mate in three moves.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

f SPECIAL ° CHRONICLE 9- PRICES. -fcT®jRCE.— Unless this piper is mentioned ^en ordering we can J^ not guarantee to send at rates hcreunder,' all prices having been prepared specially tor identification of orders with the Chronicle. Fnrtfier, ft PRESENT will be sent with all orders o! £1 and upwards Wheti NAMEOF PAPEE is MENTIONED at TIME OF ORDERING. jPACKXNG FBEK. ' ? *' He is well served wiio is well satisfied.' UPHOLSTER!} OHBf!i!T FOE Wo Seaweed or Straw Stuffing, and no Shoddy work in any respect. Every Line Guaranteed Good. if you DON'T want NICE GOODS we diall have to dis appoint you ; but the GOODS ARE CHEAP. Drawing-room Suites, OUR OWN MAKE. Designs too numerous for description. ? STUFFED SUITES, £4, £i IBs., £5 15s., £0 15s., £7 16s., £8 10s., £10 10s., to .£22 10s. i , In nothing else can greater rubbish be made thnn«in Stuffed Suites, but if you wrote that you wanted a suite of given value, adding whether light or dark 'covering, you could be sure of coui: plete satisf...

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Chess and Draughts. CHESS. CHESS CLUB RESORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

' ' '~*r&- *t~{- ? ?' - ' ?' * * V1_r* ., j£ . .. .- ' , . CHESS. CHESS CLUB RESORTS. 8. A. 'Chess Association— Fleckers Cafe, ' general meeting held first Wednesday in «ach jnonttt. ? ? ' ? ? ???' . . ? .. ,. .., Ji ;. ? ,, ,','- \ . Adelaider-TJackman's, Mondays, 7.?0 p..nu.;,' Unley— Institute, -Tuesdays.; 7.30p;lia.- ? MSe^nd— At members' biases, alternately, »oeedaya-7.30pim. Jr ^ _; i:::' , ; . PhjUdonan Society— Flecker's,iWedhesdayft 1.16 ifcinnuk' ?.''^?-- ??'?'?'.??'*???.. '^ .'..,', '... U. Adelaide— Institute, Thursdays, 7.30 p.m. St Peters— Institute, Thursdays; 7.30 p.m. Hindmareh— Institute,' .TtfursSays, 7.30 'p.m. Semaphore— Institute,: Fridays, 7.30 p.m. ? Norwood— Institute, Saturdays; 7^30 p.m. . -3awler— Institute, Wednesdays and Satur iays, 7-30 p.m.

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SOLUTIONS OF PROBLEMS. No. 1,976 (G. Slater). Kev move. P to Kt 3. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

SOLUTIONS OF PROBLEMS. No. 1,070 (G. Slater). ?!~r' Ke v move. P to Kt 3. . JSolved by ' Saddleworth ;' ' Aldebaran,' Birkenhead (with iio White Queen on the board 11 variations is very good indeed); 'B.J-B.,' Norwood; 'Amicus,' Adelaide (very good, with plenty of variations); Nemo3,' Norwood; 'ilercato,' Adelaide; 'Beginner,' Hyde Park; 'Borneo,' Ken sington; 'Critic,' Unley (very pretty, but easy); and 'J.E.P..' Nelson-street. ' No. 1,977 (A. F. Mackenzie). WHITE. BLACK. ?L R, to K 5 1. B takes R 2. R to Q Kt 5 2. Q to Q C 3.-R to Q5, mate and other variations. Solved by 'Aldebaran,' Birkenhead; ?'Amicus,' Adelaide . (a charming problem) ; ^Fred,' Adelaide; 'Nemos,' Norwood: ?'Critic,' Unley (splendid key); 'Saddle- worth ' (very pretty); and 'Borneo,' Ken sington.

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THE HASTINGS CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

THE HASTINGS CONGRESS. Game played in the fifth round. WHITE. BLACK. Dr. Tarrasch. . M. Tchigorin. Queen's Pawn Onenintr. l/PtoQ4 2. PtoK3 3. BtoQ3 4. Pt6KB4(&) 6. Kt to K B 3 (c) '6. P takes Kt 7. Castles 8.'QKttoQ2 9. QtoB2 10. KttoKt3 1%. Q to B 3 22.-5toKsq %d; £ to Q2 H Kt to K 5 lS;Kttoi3sq 16. g'P takes Ktfr) 1ft -11 to B 2 18.BtoB3 19, Ptakes-3P. 20. P takes P 21.33 to Kt 4 22.B takes B 23/QJ»Q2 24. KttoK2 ? 25. QRtoKBeq 2aKttoKt3 1. PtoQ4 2. KttoKB3 3. Kt to B 3 (a) 4. Kt to Q Kt 5 6. Kt takes B ch 6. P to K 3 7. B to K 2 8. Castles 9. B to Q 2 10. BtoR5 11. P to Q Kt 3 (d) 12. PtoQB4 13. B to Kt 4(e) 14. KttoQ2(/) 15. Kt takes Kb lOrRtoBsq 17.PtoB3^' 18. P to Q 5 19. QBPtakesP 20. E takes P 2L B to B 4 . ' 22. P takes B (ft) 23. Q to Q 3 24. Q R to B sq 25. Q to 04 26. PtoK4, 27. PtoBS v 28. KttoK4; - 29. Kt takes R ch': 30. RtoBsq 31. R to B 8, ch 32. QtoKt4 33. Q to Kt 8 34.J*tpJl-8ch 35.:il;1SbiKB3. 36. R{R8)toB8 ?~ .V. ?RiusilMiB. 27j^P#) j^5 (i) ^k - 2^^UkJ^(/...

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BORDEAUX WINE EXHIBITION. HONORS FOR VICTORIANS. LONDON October 7. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

BORDEAUX WINE EXHIBI TION. HONORS FOR VICTORIANS. '? London October 7. In the awards.made at the Bordeaux Wine Exhibition the following Victorian vigncrons were successful :— : HonorableMentionsfor Wine. — T. Darvinza, Excelsior Vineyard, Mooroopna ; H. Salinger, Hochbeen Vineyard, . Great Western ; E. F.. Gow, Rutherglen ; H. H. Pounds, Dookie ; F.: Bubeck, Bald Hill, Sunbury ; W. Greiffeu-, liagen, Strathfieldsaye, Bendigo-; G. ? F.: Morriss & Sons, Fairfield. Vineyard, Ruther glen. ''.'.'? ? - '.,.? .-.'. ;.; ' Bronze Medals' for Wine. — A. Caughey, Gooramadda; T. Blayney, Nagambie: C.; Brache, ColHns-street Chateau.; Tanbilk Vineyard Company, Nagambie ; Stewart and Macdonald, Melbourne; Barnawatha' Vine and Fruitgrowers' Association. Bronze Medals for Brandy.— Hans Irvine, Great Western ' Chateau ; Tahbilk Vineyard Company, Nagambie ; Barnawatha Vine and Fruitgrowers' Association ; J. Gassies, Wah guuyah; Joshua Bros., Melbourne; G. S. Smith & Sons, Wahgunyah. Si...

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SUCCESSFUL AUSTRALIAN. LONDON. October 8. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

A SUCCESSFUL AUS TRALIAN. London. October 8. It is announced that Miss Elsie Hall, of Queensland, has won the Mendelssohn ' Staatstijiendium' at Berlin. This prize, which is open to all musical students throughout the (ierman Empire, is valued at 1,500 marks.

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BISHOPRIC OF GRAFTON. LONDON. October 8. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

BISHOPRIC OF GRAFTON. London. October 8. At a meeting held at the house of Dr. Moor house, late Bishop of Melbourne and now Bishop of Manchester, a liberal amount was subscribed towards the endowment fund of the Bishopric of Grafton and Armidale. Sir Joseph Rcnals, Lord Mayor of London, has granted Archdeacon Piddington, who is visiting England for the purpose of collecting funds for the endowment of the bishopric, the necessary authority to hold a meeting at the Mansion-House for that purpose.

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THE KUCHENG MASSACRE. LONDON, October 7. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

THE KUCHENG MASSACRE. London, October 7. i '-'&. report has . been received from Foochow that Mr. R. W. Mansfield, the British consul, and Mr. Hisson, the American consul, have closed the enquiry into the recent massacres at the Kucheng mission station owing to the obstinacy displayed by the Viceroy. Liou-Xoan-Yi, the Viceroy of Nankin, has declined to receive Vice- Admiral Alexander Buller^ Commander;in«-Chief of the British squadron in. Chinese '^wateifer on the plea of sickness; ? -

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FATAL RAILWAY COLLISION. • LONDON. October 7. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

FATAL RAILWAY COLLISION. ? London. Ootober 7. A terrible railway accident, resulting in several deaths and a large number of persons being injured, is reported from Wavre, in Belgium. Three carriages were telescoped and 18 persons were instantly killed and 100 injured. ? ?

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CRICKET. CLUB MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

CRICKET. CLUB MEETINGS. The annual meeting of the Murray Bridge Cricket Club was held on October. 3. Mr. \V J. Edwards in the chair. It waa decided to commence the season with a clean sheet, as no accounts were forthcoming. The following is a list of the officers:— Patron, Sir IX. C. Baker ; president, ilr. J. C. F. Johnson, M.P. ; vice-presidents, Messrs. J. Jones, C. Kelly, C. G. Gurr, Rowland Rees. and other leading townsmen : captain, Mr. J. Cowan ; vice-captain, Mr. M. Coffey ; secretary, Mr. J. Badcuoch. The annual general meeting of the Laura Cricket Club was held at Mitchell's Hotel on October 8, called for the purpose of reforming the club, e'.ection of officers, to receive balance-sheet, presentation of trophies won during the post Eeason, and to consider the advisability of joining a proposed Northern Cricketing Association. There was a fair attendance of members. The mayor (Mr. G. J. Bills) president of the club, was in the chair. The balance-sheet was read and adopted, ...

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A CHARITABLE LEGACY. LONDON, October 7. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

A CHARITABLE LEGACY. London, October 7. The death is Announced of Mrs. Agnes Fraser, widow of the late Right Rev. James i Fraser, Bishop of Manchester, who died on October 22, 1885. Mrs. Fraser, who was a daughter of Mr. - John Shute Duncan, of Bath, sometime, fellow of tlw New College, Oxford^ has be queathed the sum of £150,000 to charities. '

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HOMING. PORT PIRIE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

BOMING. PORT PIRIE CLUB. The thirteenth race of the season in connection 'With the Port Pirie Homing Club t ame off on Satur day, September 28, the birds flying from Roseworthy. The results were :— Mr. Thomas Brown's r c h Biddy, averaging 1,110 yards, 1 ; Mr- Thomas Brown's r c c Bismarck, averaging 1,103 yards, 2 ; Messrs. Kendall -and Shaw's rcl) Little Nell, averaging 930 yards, 3. WOODVILLE CLUB. The championship race was flo'.vn from Mount 'Brya.n on October 5 ; 17 birds were released. Results : —Mr. A. Boon's b c c Belfast, averaging 1,399 yards per minute, 1 ; the same owner also secured second -slid third places with his b a c Baltic and tell Bel vuo ; Mr. A. Simpson's tch Imperial, fourth ; and Mr. O. P. Maddern's Trio fifth.

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PROFESSOR RAY LANKESTER. ARRESTED BY THE POLICE. LONDON, October 6. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

PROFESSOR RAY LAN KESTER. ARRESTED BY THE POLICE. London, October 6. Professor Edwin Ray Lankester, M.A., F.R.S., Linacre Professor of Human and Com parative Anatomy at Oxford University and Examinerin Comparative Anatomy and Zoology at London University, was arrested for dis orderly conduct in Piccadilly at midnight on Friday. The professor denied the charge on being brought before the Police Court on Saturday, GU1U VUDVOaw -V4U9 J.UUJ«UUOUj UBU hTUl.AAg OUVIVDUt London, October 7. Professor Ray Lankester was Drought up at Bow-street* to-day on a charge of disorderly conduct in Piccadilly on Friday night. He stated in defence that he was arrested, not for disorderly conduct, but to prevent him from giving evidenoe against the police with *eferenoe 'to their ill-usage of a woman prisoner. ' xs Professor Lankester is a son of the late Mr. Edwin Lankester, M.D.. F.R.S., coroner for Middlesex. He was born on May 15, 1847, and was educated at St. Paul's School, London, and at Christ Chu...

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V.A.T.C. SPRING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

V.A.T.C. SPRING MEETING. The following horses were left in at 4 p.m. on Thursday : — TOORAK HANDICAP. One mile. 6tlb. Erl King .. ..9 4 Solanuin .. .. 8.13 J5 ? 8 11 Mostyn .. .. 8 10 Foxtail .. .. 8 10 Ascot Vale.. ..8 8 Marusa . . ..8 6 -Ayrshire .. ..8 3 Koyal Rose.. ..8 0 -Monastery .. .. 7 12 Figaro .. .. 1 10 The Buccaneer .. 7 10 Tins ti earn .. ..7 0 Gaillardia .. ..7 9 stlb. Merman .. ..7 9 Vindication .. 7 8 The Heroine ..7 8 Damper .. ..7 6 Toreador .. ..7 6 Division .. ..7 8 Our Jack .. ..7 2 Reconstruction .. 6 13 Trentham .. .. 6 13 CremeD'Or .. C 12 Trentside .. .. 6 12 Cobalt .. .. C 10 Pitchery .. ..6 7 Acton .. ..6 7

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MADAGASCAR. LONDON. October 7. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

MADAGASCAR. London. October 7. It is reported that the French expeditionary force in Madagascar under the command of General Ducijesne is now within 30 miles of the capital Antananarivo. ? Queen Ranavalona III. accuses the Hovas of cowardice in not having checked the advance of the French expedition, and has announced _ her resolve not to retreat from palace. Fighting between the French troops and the Hovas is now going on ten miles from Antananarivo, the capital of Madagascar. The French are closely pressing the Hovas, who are making elforts to parley. London, October 8. It is reported that the French expeditionary force in Madagascar captured Antananarivo, the capital, on September 27. The Government and the court, it is as serted, left the capital upon the approach of the French, and fled to Ambo3istro and Bitsibos. The French branch of the Rothschilds have given a donation of 100,000 francs to the fund being raised for the aid of sick and wounded French soldiers in Madagascar. L...

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Y.A.T.O. RACES. Melbourne, October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

Y.A.T.C. RACES. ' Melbourne, October 10. Tlie following are the opinion of the leading Melbourne sporting writers for the first day's raring ** CaulCeld : — 'Ribble- den,' in the Australasian, selects for the Caulfield Stakes— Hova, 1; Hopscotch, 2; Bruin, 3. Hurdle Race — Baro&sa, 1: Morago, 2 ; Mr- S. Miller's elect, 3. Caulfield Guineas— Wallace, 1 ; Waterfall, 2; Vivian, 3. Steeplechase — Baltoro or RomsdaL.l; Geometry, 2 ; Floater, 3. Debutante Stakes —The Officer, 1; Arcola, 2; La Var, 3. Toorak Handicap — Mostyn, 1 ; Gaillardia, 2 ; Mr. J. H.DAvisj6beBt,3. 'AsniodouB,' in the Leader,' picks for the ^auifieldStakes— Havoc or Wallace, 1; Hova, 2 ; Hopscotch 3. Hurdle Race— Question, 1 ; Wobrayl, 2 ; Moviam, 3. Caulfield Guineas Challenger or Wallace, 1 ; Waterfall, 2 ; Kallara; 3. Steeplechase— Baltoro or Medi ?cine, 1; Romsdal next best. ' Debutante Slakes— The Officer, 1 : Kaak, 2 ; Arcola or Norroy, 3. Toorak Handicap— Marusa or Monastery, 1 ; The Heroine, 2 ; Ayrshi...

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CATTLE FROM AUSTRALIA. LONDON. October 6. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

CATTLE FROM AUSTRALIA. London. October 6. The steamer Urmston Grange, which left Sydney for London with a shipment of cattle on August 6, has arrived at Gravesend. The captain reported on September 16 that she had lost 14 bullocks before reaching Buenos Ayras, and six additional bullocks have been lost since that date. The remainder of ihp oat.tilfi arf- w«-11_ and t.lin Kiinnlv nf fnHHor has been ample during the voyage. London, October 7. The cattle shipped from Sydney by the steamer Urmston Grange have been landed at Deptford. The cattle show signs of the severity of the voyage, the majority of them being in poor condition.

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