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LORD AND LADY BRASSEY. Albany. October 14. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

LORD AND LADY BRASSEY. Albanv. October 14. The yacht Sunbeam, with Lord and Lady Brassey on board, arrived on Saturday morn ing. The Sunbeam experienced very rough weather between Cape lown and here, and on Friday night tho vessel's bulwarks were a good deal broken. She shipped a lot of water off Cape Leuwin, and things were very un comfortable. All on board were well, but were glad to get into smooth water for a spell for a day or two. Lord and Lady Brassey proceeded to Broomehill on Monday morning, where his lordship owns an estate of 24,000 acre?. The Sunbeam made the trip from the Cape to Albany in 23 days, 300 miles only being done under steam. The average rate of travelling was 2IS mik'S daily. Lord Brassey considers this voyage the best performance yet made by the Sunbeam. lie brought her out in preference to travelling by mail steamer, as he considers it more yachts rnaulike and thinks Australian yachting will be encouraged by her presence. Sir John Irwrest yesterday telegra...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PHILIDORIAN SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

PHILIDORIAN SOCIETY. On Wednesday, Octolrer 9, the meetings of this society were resumed at Fiecker's chessroom, South Australian Hotel, North-terrace. Several good games were contested, the most notable being between Messrs. Flecker and W. F. Harrison (the lion, secre tary of the association), the result being Air. Harrison 2, Mr. Flecker 1. The principal event of the even ing was the resumption of the match between Messrs. A}jpcrly and McArthur. The following is a brief outline of the principal points of interest in connection with the came: — Game No. 5.— Mr. Apperly haying the move adopted the king's knigat's opening, which after a few moves drifted into an irregular variation of the three knighU game. Mr. Apperly was soon on the aggressive, and owing to an injudicious capture of a pawn by Mr. McArthur, whereby the black queen was shut off from the centre of the fight, the player of the white pieces was enabled to con centrate his forces with disastrous results to Mr. McArthur, ...

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EFFECTIVE VOTING LEAGUE. INAUGURAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

EFFECTIVE VOTING LEAGUE. ~ INAUGURAL MEETING. -J) ? 1 The inaugural meeting of- the. Effective S. Voting League was held at the Co-operative J Hall on Friday week. Miss Spence (presi-' i dent) occupied the chair, and there was a fait i attendance. Apologies for non-attendance were received from the Hon. Dr. Campbell. M.L.C., and Mr. P. McM. Glynn, M.P. ? Miss Si'EXCE, wiio was received with 1 applause, said it was in 1840 that she saw the .: first glimpse of the reform which was to be ^ her life's work, and in 1890 she began to write \ £ about it. When in Melbourne in 1891 at ^ the Charity Conference she commenced speak- % ing publicly on the question, and sinco that - time she had addressed hundredsof meetings in '' all parts of the old and new world. The League would go to work at once with the con- , viction that the reform they advocated would , be adopted, thereby adding one more wreath to the crown of South Australia. The votes of the newly-enfranchised women would assist the ...

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CHESS IN ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

CHESS IN ADELAIDE. The following is the final game played in the match between Messrs. Apperly and McArthur : — Mr. McArthur has not done himself Justice in this match, as the. result^- Apperly 4, McArthur 1 — is not a true criterion of the play. . WHITE. BfcAOK. Mr. H. W. Apperly. Mr. W. J. McArthur. Three Knights Opening. 1. P to K 4 2. Kt to K B 3 3. KttoQB3 4. Kt takes P 5. K takes B 6. PtpQ4 7. K to Kaq 8. BtoK3 9. B to Q B 4 (b) 10. B to K B sq lLPtoKKtS 1. P to K 4 2. Kt tq Q B 3 3. B to B 4 4. ±5 takes P ch (a) 5. Kt takes Kt 6. QtoB3ch 7. Kt to Q B 3 8. P to Q 3 9. KttoQsq 10. QtoR5ch(c) 10. Q takes RP 12.-QtoB3(d) 13. P to K 5 14.. P takes Kt 15: P takes P 16. KttoQ5 17. Kt takes P ch 18. Kt takes R 19. QtoQoch 20. Kt to B 2 ch 21. B to K B 4 12. KttoK-B3(?f - -13. P~to-Q4 ? vi 14. P takes B - ; ^ 15. K&toKtBq - % 16. R takes P ? V *.l - 17. KtoQ5? 18. R takes'P 19. K to K £0. KtoK2 Resigns. . .' . - Notes. ' - (a) Kt takes Kt was bust, as it would lead to an even ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE HASTINGS CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

THE HASTINGS CONGRESS. ___ The following fine game, in which Herr Lasker proves victorious, was played between the winner of the congress and the world's champion :— WHITE. BLACK. E. Lasker. H. N. Pillsbury. Ruy Lopez. 1. P to K 4 2. KttoKB3 3. BtoKt5 4. PtoQ4 5. Kt takes P 6. KttakesKt(a) 7. BtoQB4 8. KttoB3 G. Castles 10. B to Kt 3 11. BtoK3 12. B takes B 13. Q to O 2 14. QRtoKtsq 15. PtoQKt3 10. P to B 3 17. KttoK2(c) 18. PtoKB4(d) 19. Q takes Kt 20. B takes B (c) 21. R takes R 22. RtoKBsq 23. Q to R 6 24. KtoRsq 25. Q takes RP 26. QtoR4 27. QtoK4 28. PtoQR4 29. PtoR3 30. QtoKsq 31. P toll 5 32. PtoRC 33. QtoKt3 34. RtoRsq 35. RtoKuq 3(5. PtoR7 37. It to R sq 38. QtoQG 39. QtakesBtB6) 40. Q takes R 1. P to K 4 2. KttoQB3 3. P to K Kt 3 4. P takes P 5. B to Kt 2 0. KtP takes Kb 7. Kt to K 2 a P to Q 3 r 9. B to K 3 ' 10. Castles 1L PtoQB4(6) 12. P takes B 13. RtoKtsq 14. Kt to B 3 15. QtoR5 16. KttbQ5 17. B to K 4 18. Kttake3Ktch 19. B takes P 20. R takes B 21. Q takes R 22. Q to ...

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. The annual meeting in connection with the Port Wakefield branch of the British and Foreign Bible Society was held on Tuesday evening. The Rev. Mr. Wheatly, who represented the parent society, gave a very interesting account of the workings of the society at home and abroad. Mr. E. M. Hewett, the retiring president, occupied the chair. Several very appropriate anthems were rendered by tho united choirs of the Anglican and Wesleyan churches. The following officers wore elected : — President — The Rev. A. Gre war ; secretary, Mr. W. A. Hewett ; treasurer, Mr. F. H. Drake ; and a strong committee of ladies and gentlemen. The Rev. John Nairn, Primitive Methodist evangelist, has been conducting a mission at Yongala. On Tuesday evening, October 8, the Rev. William Gray, late of Tanna, New Hebrides, visited Yongala, as the deputation from the British and Foreign Bible Society, and gave an address, sketching the life and labours of a South Soa Island missio...

Publication Title: Chronicle
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CIRCUIT MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

CIRCUIT MEETINGS. The quarterly meeting of the Johnsburgh Wesleyan Circuit was held at the residence of Mr. S. RobertB, Peak Yale, 22 officials present ; the Rev. W. H. Hodge occupied the chair. The members number 101, the income was £C4 17s. 5d., and the expenditure was £04 11s. 5d. The meeting pledged itself to liquidate the circuit debt by a ' wheat scheme.' A number of liberal promises were received in the meet ing. Mr. R. Coulter mcved ' That the minister's stipend during the next ministerial term be £160 per annum.' An amendment was moved by Mr. W. James, circuit steward, 'That the stipend be £200, with £2 per quarter for travelling expenses, the circuit to provide horsefced andshoeing.' Thevoting was 10 for the amendment, 6 for the motion. It was unanimously agreed to leave the ap pointment of a successor to the Rev. W. H. Hodge to the Conference. The Johns burgh parsonage trust received permis sion to apply to the loan fund for £25. Messrs. R. Coulter and F. W. Hombsch, J.P....

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DRAUGHTS. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

.?DRAUGHTS. '\ ^O CORRESPONDENTS. ' -- [Attention is particularly directed to the following rules :— All correspondence in' this department to be marked 'Draughts.' Correspondents in sending games for publication to write on one side of the paper only, to uso the ordinary' draughts notations and to give the moves of Black and White consecu tively, as in tho games below, where Black's moves are indicated by a.dosh and White's by dots between * the numbers. Solutions to accompany all problems.] PROBLEM No. 404. By Mr. Belden, in the ChronicU-Tdegrapk. BLACK. WHITE. Black to play and win. . .

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LICENSED VICTUALLERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

LICENSED VICTUALLERS' ASSOCIA TION. The committee of the Licensed Victuallers' Associa. (ion held (heir monthly meeting: at their rooms on Thursday evening, October 10. The president (Coun cillor Roberts) was in the chair. Various correspon dence was dealt with referring to 6ly grogselling, the strength of spirits, and other matters con nected with the trade. A letter waa received from the South Australian Vinegrowers1 Asso ciation offering their support to obtain an ? alteration in the licensing laws to prevent wine makers selling, without a license, a less auontity than one gallon of wine. It was shown during a dis cussion on the question (hat under clause 0 of tho Act, 13S0, any person having a vineyard or orchard who manufactured mead, wine, cider, or perry could, without any license, sell a single reputed quart bottle of wine or the other articles mentioned, prhis servant. acting on his behalf, could do likewise. It was re solved that a. clause should be drafted to alter the la...

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DRAUGHTS IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

DRAUGHTS IN MELBOURNE. Played in the late Town v. Country, match: — ' Game 1,025.— The Souter. Black, Mr., ' Best (Town representative]; White, Mr.; Falkner (Countrv representative). i 11—15 24.. .20'. 10—14 2G...23 17...14 23...19 15—24 19.. .10 It- 6 10—17 8-11 28.. .19 6—15 23...19 21...14 22... 17 11—15 13... 9 . 8—11 18-23 9-14 27.. .24 14—18 ??? 25.:.21 . 27-18 2S...22 14—17 23...14 6—9 15—22. 6-9 21.. .14 7—10 31.. .27 14...10 17.. .13 9—18 14... 7 14—18 11—15 2—6 2S...23 -3-rlO. 22.. .17 10... 7 20...25 18-27 30.. .26 9-13 15-18. 4-8 32.. .23 5-14 -????- And the game was drawn.

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CHURCH INTELLIGENCE. SPECULATION IN SHARES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

. CHURCH INTELLIGENCE. W SPECULATION IN SHAKES. b ffThe Bev. J. Berry preached at tho Pirie t street church on Sunday night to a very large fx congregation on tho 'Ethics of speculation &~- in shares.' The preacher read two texts— *' I. Tbessalonians iii., 10, 'It a man would not k .work, neither Bhould he eat,' and I. Timothy, £:' xi., 9-10, ' But they that will he rich fall f , into temptation and a snare and into many & JtooEsh and hurtful lusts, which drown men in ;-. Vfojttrantinn nnA t-erdition. For the love of money is the root of all evil, which, while some coveted after they have erred from the faith and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.' Mr. Berry began by stating his aim and defining his terms. He was addressing Christians— those whose lives were guided by the word of God and modelled on the life of Jesus. Hence he should take higher ground than men of the world could be expected to endorse. Mark Twain had given hie reason for taking this lectu...

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CHURCH INTELLIGENCE. WESLEY AN BUILDING COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

OHUKCH IM'ELLIGENCE. WESLEYAN BUILDING COMMITTEE. A meeting of the Wesleyan Church building committee in connection with the .southern district was held in the vestry of the Pirie Btreet Church on Tuesday, the 15th, the Rev. H. H. Teague (president of the Conference) occupying the chair. Plans and^pedfications for a new church at Willunga were eub mitted for the committee's approval and passed. The architects are Messrs. Dancker, of Adelaide. The new structure is to be erected upon the site of the old church, that building requiring to be taken down, as being no longer safe for purposes of worship. The Rev. W. H. Hanton, the superintendent of the Port Adelaide and Semaphore circuit, out lined a plan fpr a new church at Royal Park, and requested the committee's permission to build. The committee gave its consent, anc expressed the hope that the entire cost would be met by time or opening. The following personal items are taken from the Christian Weekly of October 18 :— The Rev. J. Wa...

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LIVE STOCK TRADE WITH THE WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

LIVE STOCK TRADE WITH THE WEST. Complaints have from time to time been made of the poor and insufficient accommoda tion on boats engaged in the carrying of live stock. Nothing can do more harm to an im portant industry, which is admittedly in its infancy, than that an idea should get abroad that cattle suffered serious iniurv during a sea journey, and with a view to putting the industry on a sound basis the Marine Board have now under consideration some proposals which will be of great interest to the trade. In some 17 regulations it is provided that ' cattie shall not be carried on more than two decks except in vessels engaged in the intercolonial trade, where they may be carried in the lower hold, providing the space be not less than 7 ft. high and the ventilation adequate ; cattle shall not be carried on the hatch nor on any part of the vessel in such a manner as to interfere with its ventilation, the proper management of the boat, or with the efficient working of the boats carri...

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BURGLARS IN THE HILLS. A SERIES OF DEPREDATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

BURGLARS IN THE HILLS. A SERIES OF DEPREDATIONS. On Saturday night last the house of Mr. Hewitt, builder, of Blackwood, was broken into and a child's money-box, containing about 25s., a purse of money, and a number of other articles were stolen: The same night two saddles and bridles were purloined from Mr. Rodda, licensee of the Belair Hotel. It is sup posed that after committing the depredations the marauders made their way to Mitchami as on the same night a room at the rear of the premises of Mr. G. Riddoch, M.P., occupied by his coachman, was ransacked and a number of articles stolen. It is supposed also that the thieves went to Beaumont, a saddle having been stolen from tho stable of Mr. Goldsack, who resides in that neighborhood. Ou Sunday night a chesnufc mare was# stolen from Mr. C. C. Hollard, storekeeper, of Glen Osmond-road, Frewville. Detective Fraser, L.C. Bertram (stationed at Mitcbam), and Lanee-Corporal Bertram (stationed at Stirling) spent two days in hunting throug...

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A DESTRUCTIVE WHIRLWIND. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

A^DESTRUCTIVE WHIRLWIND. Referring to the whirlwind which occurred at Mount Gambier on Saturday last, of which mention has already been made in The Adver-. User, the Border Watch says : — Shortly after 4 o'clock a great whirlwind, or cvclone, passed over a part of the town and neighborhood. Its path was narrow and its duration not more than a minute, but in that time and in that path it wrought considerable mischief. Several large ? trees were torn to pieces and some damage was done to outbuildings. Mr. W. Bleasby, the proprietor of asteam riding gallery, which has beeninthetownfornearlyafortnight, was the heaviest loser by the whirlwind. His circus was in the track ofit. At the time the horses and carriages were crowded with young people, to whom Mr. Bleasby was giving a cheap ride. In a moment the cyclone swept upon them. The canvas of the large tent was lifted upwards with irresistible force, Beveral of the stays broke like threads, the large centre pole snapped across like a pie...

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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, October 17. PROCLAMATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, Octobeb 17. proclamations. A half holiday has been proclaimed at Strathalbyn on Friday, October 25. The Government Domain part of the pre mises of Government House has for the term of six months from October 14 been proclaimed a quarantine-ground for dogs imported into the province under the regulations in force relating to the importation of dogs. APPOINTMENTS. William Rendall Cave, on the nomination of shipowners, to be a warden of the Marine Board, vice McCoy, deceased. Theodore Bruce to be a member of the Fire Brigades' Board, vice Whelaix, resigned. . The following gentlemen to act as medical officers to attend to the destitute poor and aboriginals within the undermentioned dis tricts : — Barossa East ward, L. Richter ; Barossa West ward, F. W. H. Popham ; Port Broughton, A. If . Watson ; Port Germein, J. W. Nicholls. Alexander Inglis, harbormaster sliipwright surveyor, examiner of masters and mates, &c, to be also inspector of loadlines un...

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THE CASTLE SALT COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

THE CASTLE SALT COMPANY. ? The half-yearly meeting of the Castle Satt Company was held at Slessrs. Cave & Co/8 office, Greufell-stroet, on Thursday week* Mr. S. J. Jacobs (chairman of directors) pre« sided over a srood attendance. The Chaibman said he was pleased to see such a large representation of shareholders, buthe had nothing of interest to report The business of tho company for the last half-year had if anything increased, and the result would be better thau anything they had yet attained! He supposed this was due to the fact that tho articles they manufactured were receiving the increased favor of consumers, which, he took it, was the object of their existence. There was* however, a more sordid object which they had in view, the distribution of dividends, and he had much pleasure in declaring a dividend of 10 per cent, per annum. Mr. W. H. Philllpps said the chairman, in spito of his introductory remark, had made a very interesting statement. (Laughter and huar, hear...

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SCHOOL OF MINES AND INDUSTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

SCHOOL OF MINES AND '' INDUSTRIES. The council of the School of Mines and Indus* tries met on Monday afternoon, when therfl were present Messrs. J. L. Bonython (prej sident), T. Scherk, M.P., H. A. Graingeii M.P., A. Adatnson, R. E. £. Rogers, Li Grayson, Professors Bragg and Tate, and th$ deputy registrar (Mr. T. Forsaith). . The finance committee reported that thd amount on credit at the Treasury, on OctobeA 14, was £890 Us. 7d. The Deputy Registrar reported that the enrolments to date are 345. There were 19 students on the roll of the bookbinding class* a number greater than the room was capable of holding with comfort and more than it waa possible for one instructor to give proper attention to. Tho students spoke very highly of Mr. Webb and some of them kindly helped the others so as to assist him. Nine of the students had given in their names as desiring to come on Tuesday night, and two of these also desired to attend the carpentry class on Wednesday. Others also wished to joi...

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THE COOLGARDIE FIRE. FURTHER PARTICULARS. ESTIMATED DAMAGE, £100,000. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

THE C00LGARDIE FIRE. FURTHER PARTICULARS. ESTIMATED DAMAGE, £100,000. The disastrous fire which occurred at Cool gardie on Wednesday night, October 9, com pletely demolishing all the shops and stores in Bayley-street, between Smith & Hocking's shop and the Athletic Club, broke out shortly after 9 p.m. Needless to say, the whole town turned out and tho excitement (according to the Coolgardic Miiver of the following day) was intense. At one time it looked as if the Post-office and Elliott's hotel were both doomed. Had the wind been blowing in an opposite direction nothing could have saved the post-office, and the danger in which that institution stood caused the very gravest anxiety at the outset of the firo. Immediately danger was imminent those in authority of the operating room wired to Perth and Kalgoorlie that they were about to dismantle tho instruments and apparatus. The mailbags were stowed away in DeBaun's hotel for safe keeping, but it is not expected that any seriou...

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SHORTHAND AND BUSINESS TRAINING ACADEMY. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

SHORTHAND AND BUSINESS TRAINING ACADEMY. The second annual picnic and sports of the teachers and day students of the Adelaide Shorthand and Business Training Academy were held at Bridgewater on Saturday. As a fairly long programme of sports was to be gone through arrangements were made for an early start, and. at 8.45 the party left the academy. Shortly after arrival at their desti nation competitors were engaged in the sports provided. Others wandered in search of orchids and other beauties of nature, while various games were entered into with zest. Entries for each event on the sports pro gramme were numerous, aud the closeness of the finishes testified to the . care that had been taken by theifc; committee entrusted with the duty of handicapping the contestants. The 120 yards handicap, run in heats, was won, after a keen struggle, by W. Walters, W. Green gaining second place. Green also ran second in the hurdle race (won by G. Symes) and the medley race. The first prize for the l...

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