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Literature. MRS. TREGASKISS A NOVEL OF ANGLO-AUSTRALIAN LIFE. CHAPTER V.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895
Jita'stnrc MRS. TREGASKISS A NOVEL OF AKGLO-AUSTEALIAN LIFE. Bt MRS. CAMPBELL PRAED, Authoress of ' An Australian Heroine,' 'Policy and Passion,' 'Nadine,' 'Miss JacbbBeri's Chance,' 'Anna,' 'The ? ' ?? ' Romance of a Station/' and (in conjunction with Mr. Justin McCarthy) 'The Right Honorable, ' 'The Ladies'i&llery,' &c.,&c. (Published by special arrangement with tbe author. All rights reserFed.] Chapter V. — (Continited.) It was a relief to get out of the buggy and fctreteh cramped limbs. The grim purgatorial fancy had Vanished. The camp fire showed a scene of homely wildness. Tiny flying things, were about, but the black boys had piled green brambles, which made a column of smoke and in its ehadow there was freedom from the mosquitoes, whose hum mingled with the strange buzz of insect life that after sundown haunts the bush. It is at this hour ;$h£*$&e flights of parrots and cockatoos end|§H|HHte. harsh cieadse whirrings and shrill eh&3$|iT...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895
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THE STRANGER-ARTIST: OR THROUGH SHADOWLAND. CHATPTER XXXV.—BOTH IN ONE NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895
THCB STRAMR-AETIST : OB. THROUGH SHAD0WLA2SD. By EDITH C. KENTON, Author of 'The Old Violin,' 'The Heroin' of Brookleigh,' ' Jack's Cousin Elate, e [Published by special arrangement with the Author. All rights reserved.] Chapter XXXV.— Both in One Night. Just when I seemed about to learn ! IVhere is the thread now ? OS again. The old trick ! Only I discern— Infinite passion and the pain Of Finite hearts that yearn. —Broxtsixo. Perhaps Conrad did not pursue his search for Norah in the wisest and most methodical manner. But he spent a vast amount of time in going over all sorts of charitable institutions and in roving -about wretched slums and alleys where he had an idea that phiianthropical work might be carried on and yet he did not once think of going to Marchmont House in Shadwel], although he knew his cousin EJsie had gone to reside there. He feit a little hurt that she had persisted in leaving Crotton so soon and yet, when he remembered what his grandmother had Eaid about her af...
THE PIRATE TEN: A SALT-WATER ROMANCE. Chapter XXVII.—THE FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895
THE PIRATE TEN: A SALT-WATER ROMANCE. By W. CLARK RUSSELL, Author of 'The Golden Hope,' 'A Sea Queen,' 'The Wreck of the Grosvenor,' 'The Frozen Pirate,' 'The Death Ship,' 'The Good Ship Mohock,' &c. Published by special arrangement with the author. All rights reserved.] Chapter XXVII.— The Fight. Away far down on the edge of the sea glowed a point of light. In the binocular glass the commander levelled it shone as the topmost sail of a ship whose keel was sunk to the height ? of her topgallant yards behind the horizon ; but in the ship's powerful telescope that far off dash of lustre hung near and brilliant, a large lugtail and gunwale of ship's boat under it, witli a row of dots as of heads of men glim1 ruering in the warm transparency twixt sea and sky. 'It's this ship's longboat,' exclaimed Mr. Matthews in a voice strained by all sorts of sensations into a high note. ' I will swear to her, distant as she is.' 'Very well,' said the commander, coolly putting down the binoc...
Ladies' Column. A FEW FASHION NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895
IC&bfes' dfoluntit. A FEW FASHION NOTES. Here is a charming evening gown lately de* . _ ; signed in Paris and described by ' Autolycus' in the Pall Mall Gazette :— The main compo neut is pale rose-leaf pink taffeta shot with gleams of pearl. The skirt is exquisitely cut, fitting closely in front and over the hips with some half-dozen nlis d'orcrucs behind, spreading fan -like, narrow to vanishing point' at .the waist and ample at the hem. The bodice, made in a wide shallow V both at front and back; . shows but little of the taffeta, the extensive intervening spaces being filled -with a fluted chemisette arrangement of white chiffon and white lace, while a deep falling flounce of white lace does duty for the sleeve. The one disad vantage of this arrangement is that, from a distance, an exaggerately decollete effect is produced by the extremely low and deep V and its colorless filling. A huge rosettc'SflixcJ behind to the waist-belt of pink chine ribbon furnishes a dainty fini...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895
ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS is warranted ? to cure all discharges from the Urinary Organs In either eex (acquired or constitutional), Gravel, and Pains in the Back. Guaranteed free from Mercury. Sold in boxes, As. Od. each, by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors. Sole Proprietors, TubLincols asd .' MiciiAKD Qoronsg Dava Co., Lincoln, England.
ADELAIDE GOLF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895
ADELAIDE GOLF CLUB. The monthly competition under handicap for the club's trophy took place on Saturday last. Dr. Swift won for the third tune this year with the fine score of 86, Mr. J. R. Baker and Dr. C. E. Todd tieing for second place with net scores of 88. Dr. H. Irwin waa not far off 'with 90, and this enthusiastic golfer is improving surely if slowly. Mr. Matthews literally went to pieces, but his form was probably too bad to be true. Messrs. P. E. B. Whitby and W. J. Isbister competed, but did not hand in their cards, a proceed ing calculated to increase the difficulties of the handi capping committee. The following are the resultB :— Cross. Handcp. Net H Swift .. .. i. .. 80 scratch 66 J. R. Baker ? 91 8 68 C E.Tpdd ? .. 116 27 88 W.H.Bragg ? 04 4 9D H. Irwin ,r. .. .. .. J05 15 90 R. Sittufcan .. .. .. 124 80 04 E. PhiMpson A n h 105 K gg W. E. Tweedie ? 113 18 95 P. Ayers .. .' ? 117 18 99 J. B. Matthews ? 117 7 110 The tie for the last Bogey competition was.played off on...
S.A.C.A. ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895
S.A.C.A. ATHLETIC SPORTS. The following ore the handicaps for the foot races of the Swth. Australian Cricketing Association's athletic/sports, as declared by the handicapper (Mr. B. J. FucneD). The acceptances are due on Monday next at the secretary's office, Waymouth-streat :— 150 Yards Handicap Hurdles.— II. R. Plunkett 8 yards, A. Schneider 3, A. O. Plunkett S, D. Lahiff 6, J. Tobin ?, W. Adams 8, M. J. Tobln 9, A. Daly 9, A. Dawes 9, L. Home 12, C. Fotheringhaui 13, B. Froser 14. One-Mile Handicap Flat.— F. James 10 yards, T. Chalk, 10, S. Allister 25, J. F. Till 65, W. C. Till 70, G. Rankine 90, F. W. Price 90, J. Clark 90, S. T. Cregan 100, H. Jenkins 100. 1^0 Yards Handicap Steeplechase.— M. R. Plunkett 3 yards, Rue Ewers 3, A. Schnieder 4, P. Snadden 4, W. Adains 7, T. Munyard 8, G. E. Yates 8, L. Horne 10, C. Fotheringhain 10, Fred Ewers 10. ... 150 Yards Handicap Steeplechase. — M. R. Plunkett 3 yards, R. Ewers 3, P. Snadden 5, A. Schnieder 5, A. O. FlunkeU 6, W. Adams 9, ...
ADELAIDE LAWN TENNIS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895
? ? TT — ADELAIDE LAWN TENNIS ASSOCIATION. The Glentides and Creebrooks opened the season at Norwood, and after a very exciting match the former got home by two sets. The Crcsbrooks' ladies were ? too good for their opponents, winning the four sets. The play of Miss Hone was a revelation, and this young lady thows promise of being in the front rank of the ladies' tennis world at the end of the season. It is only fair to the Glenside ladies to say that they did not play at all up to form. The Glenside inen won nine sets out of 12. J. G. Frost and H. J. Jones beat E. Hilton and A. H. Harry, 6—2, 6—2 ; W. B. Frost and L. H. Howie beat E. Pickering and B. Vardoh, 6—4, 6—4 ; A. W. Jones and F. Fairey dre« with F. Mitton and J. Beid, 4—6, 6—2 ; J. G. Frost beat E. Milton, 6—1 ; W. R. Frost lost to E. Pickering, 3—0 ; A. W. Jones beat F. Mitton, 0—3; H. J. Jones beat A. U. Harry, 6—2 ; T. A. Hall lost to J. E. Beid, 5—6 ; and F. Fairey beat H. Hone, 0—5. The match proved very interesting r...
LAWN TENNIS NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895
LAWN TENNIS NOTES. [Bv Racket.] There should be another good match afl**4k-llcge Park this afternoon, when the local men will meet Glen Obinond. In the past these clubs have had many a hard tussle with one anther and although the Glens are weaker now than they have been for some time ptist, if the players are in form they should make a good fight for it this time. The teams Jiill probably be :— Glen Ofimond— B. G. Eowen and Pridmore, Murray and Searle. College Park — Kelsey and Jagoe, Fotheringhain and Sheppard. University sends a team to the Semaphore and the latter mean to try very bard to score, at all events, a draw. Their quartet will be changed this week, as J. Allnutt will take tho place of Fnrquhar. As was anticipated, a capital match was witnessed at East Adelaide on Saturday, when University and College Park met. The result was left a matter of doubt right up to the final set and the excitement ran very high over the single between Campbell end Sheppard. Keleey and Jagoe l...
CYCLING. THE INTER-CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895
CYCLING. - THE INTER-CLUB RACES. The. interest in. the Inter-Club cycling contests is not so. great jiow as it was when the first round took piace a. month ago, and there were very few spectators at the corner of South and 'Cast terrace on Saturday afternoon to witness the departure of the North Adelaide and Railway teams. Only a solitary repre sentative of the ' rational dress' body of lady cyclists put in an appearance. The afternoon was beautifully fine, though the wheelmen must have found it a trifle warm before the' end of the long Journey— which was the same as on thd previous Saturdays— was reached. The race bef-.veen Ihe Adelaides and Norwoods having fallen through owing to the failure of the Metropolitans to laisc a team, appended are particulars .of the North Adelaide and Railway event :— KORIUB. Name. Pee. Pts. Time. Baker ? 1 12 C2ui. Ss. Martin . . .... 2 U 02m. 40s. Giles ? 3 10 62m. 41s. Cockburn \\ ':. '.*. 6 8 C2m. 48s. Druunnond-:. ;. ?;. 7 0 C6m. 53sv Total points...
LACROSSE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895
LACROSSE. ASSOCIATION. . A special meeting of the South Australian Lacrosse. Association was held, on Thursday week at the Napoleon' 'Hotel ... Mr. G. H. Evan presided over a moderate attendance. The business of the meeting was to consider tU'e 'finances of the association, the rules of Uie South' Australian Junior Association, and the advisability pf hqldiiiga snjoke social 'On the motion of Mr. U. Cavekaqu-Maikwmikg it was decided to make a call of 25s. per club to wipe off the deficit. The rules of the South Australian Junior Lacrosse Association were submitted and considered. On the motion of Mr. Cavbkagij-Main-wamn*q, seconded by Mr. W. Stow, it was decided that the rules submitted meet with the approval of the association. A com munication was received stating that Mr. E. 8. Kekwick would represent the Iroquois Club ' as a delegate in place of Mr. S. D. Smith, resigned. Attention was drawn to the forthcoming sports on the Adelaide Oval, and the hope was expressed that there wo...
ST. PETER'S COLLEGE SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895
ST. PETER'S COLLEGE SPORTS. The St. Peter's College sports were held on the Adelaide Oval en Friday weeV under the most' favorable circumstances, for the weather was beautiful and . fine, and the turf was in that springy condition so necessary for runners. There was almost a record atten dance at the gathering, as the pavilions were crowded with people, the fair sex predomi nating. There were but few old scholars pre sent, and this was due to the fact of the sports taking place on a week day instead of on a Saturday afternoon as of old. The officials were:— Stewards, Messrs. P. H. Downer, F. Halcomb, C. W. Hayward, \V. A. Magarey, C. M. 'Muirhead, G. J. R. Murray, A. H. D. Tolraer, W. G. Randall, Dr. Charles E. Todd, and Colonel Gordon ; judges, Messrs. J. Creawell, E. G. Blackmore, G. H. Dean, W. Pope, and H. S. Wyatt ;' committee, the Headmaster (president), Messrs. T. \ A. Caterer (sports master), J. W. Campbell, C. R. Chambers, S. K, Heseltine, G. V. Padula, and J. G. Black'mbre...
Athletics. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895
Jttkletics/ — T. Blake, winner of theTen-mile Harriers Amateur Cross country Chanipionship, run on September 21 at Caulfield, Victoria, in the presence of 8,000 spectators. The competitors numbered 1G4, and in all 142 finished. The distance was accomplished by T. Blake, of the Collegian Harriers, in 59 min. 44Jsec; C. E. Herbert; of Ballarat, being runner-up in 60 min. 27 sec, and L. Ballantyne, of Kew, third, in ' 62 min. 43 sec.
Cricket CRICKET GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895
Cricket CRICKET GOSSIP. [By Onlooker.] The football season is over, and the time is rapidly approaching for donning the flannels. The coming cricket season promises to be a very interesting one, and players are now busily engaged in preparing themselves for the opening events. Charley Checkett has been hard at work for some time getting the turf into order, and he has made a little alteration . in the arrangement of practice wickets. Turf has been laid for this purpose at each end of the oval, and the nets will be so arranged that the batsmen will all face the centra of the oval. The North Adelaides have been fortunate enough to secure the services of Carracher, the south-eastern bowler who bowled so well in North v. South match two seasons ago. He played for the North Adelaides against the Ramblers on Saturday, but he only obtained two for 38. It is said that he has increased the pace of his deliveries a little. The 2\Torwoods and Middlesex had a little practice on Saturday and Jac...
Coming. EASTERN SUBURBAN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895
looming. ? EASTERN SUBURBAN CLUB. The champion race in connection with the Eastern Suburban Homing Club was won by Jlr. BaJchin's r -?. Bombshell, 1 (vel. 874) ; Mr. Hockle's r c c Madcap, 2 (vel. 854) ; Mr. Hockley's r c h Missy, 3 (vel. 850). Messrs. Wickens and O'Halloran's m c Dainty was a good fourth. The remainder of the birds were close UD. EXCELSIOE CLUB. The half-yearly Consolation Race of the above club was flown from Murray Bridge in very unpropitious weather. Fifteen birds started, with the folloivW re sult :— E. Black's Silver .. .. ., ? i G. Pope's Viking' and Visitor ? 2 aiid 3 W. E. Gray's Frogmore and Fairy Queen . . i and 5 Others close up. WOODVILLE CLUB. The thirteenth race of the Woodville Club took place froni the Burra on Saturday, September 21. Eleven birds were released by the stationmaster in owners' batches at an interval of 10 minutes, the weather being1 fine and clear. Result :— P. Bof e's r c c Fleetwing and b c c Pioneer . . 1 and 2 F. Simpson's r c c ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895
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V.R.C. SEPTEMBER MEETING. SEPTEMBER STAKES WON BY HOVA. Melbourne, September 28. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895
V.R.0. SEPTEMBER MEETING. ?- ; SEPTEMBER STAKES WON BY :& HOVA. f Melbourne, September 28. The September meeting of the Victqjian Racinjr Club took place on Saturday afternoon at Flemington. The weather-w'as fine irid warm, and the attendance was large. Some 'i.'. first-class racing was witnessed, the fields IS being largo and amongst them many big guns. ~2||S The results were as follows :— £%,;- HANDICAP HUHDLE EACE. ?:£'' Of 100 sovs. Two miles. ' ' -, Mr. S. Miller's b m Ripple, by Swiveller— .' Wavelet, agnd, 11 st. (Robertson) ... 1 Mr. A. E. Weight's blk or g g Laplander, 6 yrs., 9 st. 8 lb. (James Hayes) ? 2 Mr. Glasscock's g g Barossa, 5 yrs., 9 st. 2 lb. (Fergusson) ? 3 Other starters— BiD, 12 st. 6 lb. (Kennedy) ; Rosestem, 12 st. 3 lb. (Brewer); Woonoke, list. 5Jb. (Barbour); Monkey, 10 st. 12 lb. (Wheeler) ; Algebra, 10 st. 10 lb. (Howie) ; The Hero, 10 st. 5 lb. (Morris) ; The Provost, 10. Bt. 5 lb. (Powell); Vanity, 10 st. 5 lb. (Williams) ; Lady Wellington, 10...