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THE DEAN CaSE. EFFECT OF THE CONFESSIONS. Sydney. October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

[?] EFFECT OF THE CONFES SIONS. ? -0 Svdnev. October 10. The knowledge that the guilt of George Dean has at length been established has caused many of his old friends and believers to feel fierce anger against the man who so deceived them. More particularly is this the case with his old fellow employes. Several of them to day, to passengers who went down to Moss nian's.in order to see the boat once piloted by the famous criminal, expressed a desire to lynch the man. Dean belonged to a trades Union CilllfiH t.hn ATacfci^ anH 37.ncriTinni*ji nf Harbor Steamers' Association. The members of this body subscribed £100 to his defence fund, and were ready with another hundred if it were needed. The disgust of these honest fellows at the unmasking of their comrade can be imagined. Mr. Pilcher, Q.C., the counsel for Dean before the Royal Commission, has not yet been paid his fees, nor have the other excuses of the defence before the Commission been settled. The Government have had under consi...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE CONSPIRACY CASES. POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS. Sydney. October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

THE CONSPIRACY CASES. POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS. Svdnev. Octoljer 10. This morning at the Water Police Court the charge of couspiracy against Crick, Meagher, snd Dean was called. The court was densely crowded by prominent citizens, whilst outside a huge crowd, numbering some 10,000, had collected in hopes of getting a glimpse of Dean or some other of the notorieties of the case. It had been bruited abroad that Mrs. Dean and Mrs. Seymour were to be called as witnesses, and every cab that came within the precincts of the court was accordingly rushed and ita inmates closely examined by the mob. It turned out that these rumors were absolutely groundless, and the proceedings proved to be merely formal. Shortly before 11 o'clock Dean was led into the dock, having l)een brought down from Darlinghurst in a hansom. He did not appear so utterly dejected as yesterday, but his face waa careworn. His large eyes seemed to be almost starting from his 'head, and were framed in purple rings. He was d...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE CHARGE OF PERJURY. Sydney, October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

THE CHARGE OF PERJURY. Svdnev, October 10. The scene at the Water Police Court was re peated at the Central Police Court at 2 p.m. Again there wero dense crowds outside, and the court was packed to suffocation. Mr. Johnson was this time the presiding magis trate. When the accused was brought in he flung his hat carelessly on _ the floor, seated himself On his name being called Dean stepped up firmly to the front of the dock. Detective Hinds gave evidence of the charge and Detective Jones of the arrest of Dean; ' The prisoner stated shortly that he had no wish to question them. Then Mr. Austin, J.P., gave evidence as to tiie making of the statutory declaration. Mr. Goddard next detailed the circum stances of the confession, fully described yes terday.. Dean had confessed to getting two poisons from the chemist Smith. The next witness called was Richard Smith. His appearance caused a mild sensation. For the past few days he has been kept down at Nowra by a detective officer, in order ...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEAN'S MOTHER INTERVIEWED. Sydney. October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

DEAN'S MOTHER INTERVIEWED. Svdnev. October 10. The mother of Dean has lived at Narran dera for many years past. She is described as being about 60 years of age, with hair white aa enow, and a shrivelled countenance. When a Narrandera correspondent interviewed the old lady to-day he found her eccentric in manner. With Mrs. Dean there lives Re becca Dean, a full sister of George Dean. In aaaiuon sne naa cwo cmiaren Dy a second husband named Finch. Both these children now live in Sydney. When questioned about her birthplace Mrs. ITinch said she was born at Killaruey, Ireland, her maiden name being Byrne. She had been educated by a parson named Hewson at that place. She married Constable Dean, of Victoria, and bad two children by him — -5eorge Dean and Rebecca. She met with an accident at QrowJey Creek, Mitfca Mitta, and did not live with her husband after. She did not know whether he was dead or alive. All questions {ailed to -elicit why ahe left Dean. ''When did you get married to you...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FIRE AT COOLGARDIE. TERRIBLE DESTRUCTION. BAYLEY-STREET DEVASTATED. GOLDFIELDS COURIER BURNT OUT. POST AND TELEGRAPH OFFICE SERIOUSLY INJURED, DAMAGE, £50,000 TO £100,000. Coolgardie, October 10, 7 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

FIRE AT COOLGARDIE. TERRIBLE DESTRUCTION. BAYLEY-STREET DEVASTATED. GOLDFIELDS' COURIER BURNT OUT. POST AND TELEGRAPH OFFICE SERIOUSLY INJURED, DAMAGE, £50,000 TO £100,000. Cookrardie, October 10, 7 a.m. A terrible fire took place last night, destroy ing the whole of one side of upper BayLey atreet, opposite the new Government Build ings and the Town Council Chamber. Nearly forty places were burnt out, including the Courier and Golden Age offices, Messrs. Stein & Co., Messrs. Walsh &, Son, Messrs. Proctor & Cooper, Mr. Boileau's pharmacy, Mr. Pearson's hairdressing saloon, tne Atuieuc vjiud, me uootgarcwe jisview office, Reuters Telegram Company's office, Hinde's Chambers, messrs, E. G. S. Hare and T. G. Vyner, solicitors, four doctors' resi dences, and a number of smaller establish ments. The first alarm was received just about 9 o'clock, when it was seen that Mr. J. L. Hinde's office was blazing fiercely. The cry of 'Fire' was immediately raised, and crowds...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A LIST OF SUFFERERS. Coolagardie, October 10.10 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

A LIST OF SUFFERERS. Coolffardie. October 10. 10 a.m. The burning street vividly called to the minds of many the fierce conflagration which so completely demolished Argent-street, Broken Hill some years ago. Then, as was the case yesterday, as soon us the fire had obtained a footing, the thousands of spectators who immediately flocked to the vicinity could do nothing, having no water in any quantity available to check its progress. As soon as the flames shot through the makeshift roofs into the dark night the whole scene became grand in the extreme, and in a very shprt space of time there were plenty of willing hands ready to save anything portable by hastily bundling the goods into the 6treet. The fire originated through the upsetting of a lamp in Mr. Hinde's building. Thence it spread with tremendous rapidity to the adjoin ing buildings, and it was only by the almost superhuman efforts of the officials and the public that the post and telegraph offices were saved. As it was so muc...

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SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE WORLD. Sydney. October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE WORLD. Svdnev. October 10. A press representative waited upon James Stanbury, tlie champion sculler of the world, at his residence at Hyde to-day, for the pur pose of ascertaining the champion's inten tions in regard to C. N. Harding's chal lenge from London. ' Well,' he said, taking a spell from bis gardening, 'the first I know aLout the challenge was wlipn T nn.w it. in t.]ifi Tlail.it TsJj-rj9*/mli thia morning. I have only been home about a week from doing five or isix months' work in the Bourke district. As for getting challenged again, I had given it up. However, I am pleased Harding has challenged me. All I fiope is that this time it will be properly fixed up, for Harding challenged me onee before through the London press. I replied, but no match was arranged. Pll try to get all the necessary arrangements made and will probably cable to Harding accepting his challenge. As for going to London, I will be satisfied to go or will be glad to meet biro ...

Publication Title: Chronicle
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TEE BARRIER SMELTING FURNACES. Sydney. October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

THE BAERIER SMELTING FURNACES. Svdnev. October 10. Me'-3ra. J. H. Canu and J. Thomas, members of Parliament, waited on the Premier to day and asked that steps might ba taken to compel the Barrier smelting furnaces to consume their own smoke. Mr. Reid promised that Dr. Thompson, the health officer, should at once go to Broken Hill and interview the mine managers regarding the fixing of a cheap smoke consumer on all the stacks. Mr. Iteid further said be would at once introduce legislation making smoke con sumption compulsory in every smelting district in the colony.

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THE PARNELLITE CONVENTION. LONDON. October 8. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

THE PARNELLITE CON VENTION. London. October 8. Mr. William Redmond, M.P., the repre sentative of East Clare in the House of Commons, has delivered an address in con nection with the Parnellito Convention now being held in Dublin. During the course of an impassioned speech Mr. Redmond declared if the freedom of Ireland was withheld by the Salisbury Administration England would find that in the event of a nation being involved in a war with France the Irish people would march to battle to the tune of the ' Marseillaise,' and not the National Anthem.

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ITALY. SIGNOR CRISPI AND THE VATICAN. LONDON. October 8. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

ITALY. SIGNOR CR1SPI AND THE VATICAN. London. October 8. Cardinal Vaughan, the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Westminster, 'and successor of Cardinal Manning as head of the Roman Catholic. Church in England, has replied to the speech made by Signor Crispi, the Italian Premier, during tile recent commemoration of ? the 25th anniversary of the entrance of the Italian troops into Rome. In answer to Signor Crispi's statement that it was difficult to understand why the Vatican desired to recover its temporal power in Italy, Cardinal Vuughan asserts that the Pope still continues to claim that power, and that at the opportune moment it will certainly be restored to him. _________„„„

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As WEALTHY AUSTRALIAN, MERCHANT. LONDON. October 9. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

-As WEALTHY AUSTRALIAN, MERCHANT. T.OX-110V. Onfrthor fl The will of the late Mr. Henry Nathan, the head of the firm of Henry Nathan & Co., Australian merchants, of Fore-street, London, has been proved, the personalty being swora under £153,407. To Mrs. Nathan, the widow of the deceased, has been left a life interest in the eum of £50,000, the bulk of the residue of the estate being equally divided between his two sons Louis and Albert Nathan, and his daughter Mrs. Matilda Moss.

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CONGO FREE STATE. NATIVE TROOPS RAISED. LONDON, October 9.' [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

CONGO FREE STATE. NATIVE TROOPS RAISED. London, October H: Intelligence has been received that the authorities of the Congo Free State are re cruiting 6,000 native troops. The mission of the troops thus raised, who willl serve under Baron Dhanis, 'will be to prevent any aggression from the natives on the frontier. ... -

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THE MARLBOROUGH MARRIAGE. LONDON, October 8. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

THE MARLBOROUGH MARRIAGE. London. October 8. The Duke of Marlbprough is to be married 'to Miss Consuelo Vanderbilt, daughter of Mr. William Vanderbilt, the well-known American millionaire, at New York on November 14.

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

AUSTRALIAN RABBITS. London. October 8. Dr. W. Collinridge, the medical officer of health at the Port of London, believe3 that the putrefaction of Australian rabbits has been caused by the partial thawing of the car cases during transit from the freezing chamber of the steamers to the cold stores on shore. He further state3 that diseases which .affect) tne spinal cord oi tne rabbits adds to tne ten dency to putrefaction. The whole question of the importation of putrid rabbits has been referred to the sani tary authorities of the port.

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HOMESTEAD BLOCKS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney. October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

HOMESTEAD BLOCKS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. Svdnev. Oefcniwr 10. A large area of land for homestead selec tion was thrown open to-day. Practically all was applied for. One month's trial is now baing given to the Homestead Provisions New Land Act, Tho Minister is perfectly satisfied with the result. One hundred and four homesteads have been taken up, and the Minister thinlcs that before the year passes 2,000 families will be settled on homesteads through the operation of the Act.

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND CONGRESS. LONDON. October 9. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

CHURCH OF ENGLAND CONGRESS. London. October 9. The 35th meeting of the Church of England Congress was opened at Norwich on Tuesday and began with the service in the Cathedral, the preacher being the Right Rev. John Sheepshanks, Bishop of Norwich. Referring to the recent Papal encyclical ad vocating the reunion of Christendom, Bishop, Sheepshanks Btrongly expressed the opinion that any union between the Church of Eng£ land and the Church of Some w.as utterly im possible.

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ISLINGTON DAIRY SHOW. COLONIAL PRODUCE. LONDON. October 9. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

ISLINGTON DAIRY SHOW. COLONIAL PRODUCE. London. October 9. The prizes have bean awarded in connec tion with the dairy produce show which is being held at Islington. The collection of colonial produce exhi bited by Nelson's Colonial Consignment Com pany has been awarded a silver medal, Messrs. Reynolds, Son, &Co., the well-kuowu provision merchants, obtaining a bronze medal lor a similar display.

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CASE AGAINST TEE BROKEN HILL COMPANY. Sydney, October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

CASE AGAINST THE BROKEN HILL COHPJJTY. Svdnev. October 10. In chambers to-day the case of Bowden v. the Broken Hill Proprietary Company was post poned from the next sittings of the Broken Hill Circuit Court on the application of the defendant; who represented that material witnesses, including Mr. Ho well, who is now on his way out from America, will not be ob tained in time for the sittings. The case is one in which the plaintiff sues for damages for injuries received by on accident. ? — __i James Shanassy, a young man, was admitted to the Adelaide Hospital on Tuesday afternoon suffering from the effects of having been run over by a dray. ShanaBsy was re turning from the Mitcham quarries with a load of metal when he missed bis footing while endeavoring to back the dray. The horse moved on and the wbeel passed over his body, crushing it severely. Several ribs were broken,

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REBELLION IN COREA. THE ROYAL PALACE SEIZED. LONDON. October 9. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

REBELLION IN COREA. THE ROYAL PALACE SEIZED. JLrwnOKL OfitnhBP 0. The dynastic disturbances in Corea, out ql which arose the war between China and Japan, have been renewed since the withdrawal of the latter's troops from the Peninsula. Intelligence has been received from Seoul of a rebellion against the Corean King headed by 'his own father, Tauwonkin, who with the help of the second battalion of the -new army - has seized the royal palace. The king is in no immediate danger.

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TEE SOUTH SEAS. Auckland. October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

TEE SOUTH SEAS. Auckland. October 10. News received today by the R.M.S. Ala meda reports that steps have been taken to combat the cholera in Honolulu. Several houses were pulled down and quarantine was strictly enforced and rigid sanitary precautions were taken. These were successful in sup pressing disease. fin mnnn nniTiP oho foo 4-n-1+- nn a t«mrtr1 r\n »i4-vr f\f natives drove a German settler from a small island awarded bim by the Supreme Court. A warship enforced the court's judgment. The German Court investing a bankruptcy case caused a sensation by adjudging the bankrupts eight days' imprisonment for not drawing up annual balance-sheets. There is an appeal to Germany, and therefore the imprisonment will not be enforced.

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