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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

H Mild in operation, perfectly safe and free from injurious drugs. . B 9 & 48k~ . It is not claimed that these a I a'UjSS -- . .^^ai of *^° YEARS for being . I 1 m V^ INDIGESTION BILIOUSNESS LIVER COMPLAINTS J^^P 1 ] SICK HEADACHE DYSPEPSIA S^ffiRMS? SMD /fflwW*, M I Sold in Bottles. I H I. 2 '9, and Ml- racfi. bv all if'dieine Vendors througliout the World. A^^^^Fji^^^ ^ L» it I Aeb fat ' NORTON'S CAMOMILE PILLS,' and do not be persuaded to purchase an imitation. *y&&MrJS?.&,--i' -CT M ' Prepared bv NORTON'S LIMITED, 31 SPITAL SQUARE, LONDON, E. (Wholesale of all leading house*.) /AF/&S*.ir *- »Sr tgM ? l!^ ? , _^__j ? .- — i - ? ? ? —**&&* ^^^^? ^r T» jir ? Boots and Shoes. ? 1 ? \aJm ^^Pm Trying' Times these for Boot Buyers. The tendency of priceE are to rise, but there's a way out of paving this advance by purcmim loua boots direct FROM THK MAMFAlTURRRS, which we claim to be, employing now over 175 workers. Ladies' Tan Gaie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

' (Grand Diploma of Honor— Highest Award for Irish Damask Table Linen, Edinburgh, 1890; Two Prize Medals, Paris, 1889, &c, &c.) mMM hJRISH CAMBRIC POCKET HANDKERCHIEFS. j& ^mm- IRISH LINEN COLLARS, CUFFS, AND SHIRTS. W 'Their Irish Linen Collars, Cuffs, Shirts, &c, have the merits of excellence and cheapness.'— Court Circular. I COLIiARS.— Ladies' 8-fold, from 3b. 6d. per dozen ; Gents' 4-fold, from is. lid. per dozen. All Newest Shapes. CUFFS.— For Ladies and Genticinen, from fis. lid. per dozen. Samples, post Iree. j — — — :o ? /''Their goods combine IRISH DAMASK TABLE au« BOUSE Mills *? fame.' — The Queen. OUR MATCHLESS SHIRTS, with 4-fold fine linen fronts and cuffs, and finest longcloth bodies, 35s. 6tL per half dozen (to measure, 23. extra). i N.B.— Can also be supplied with extra wide fronts, either in fine linen ot corded pique, at same price. Shirts rebanded, aronted, and enffed at 1*3. tho half dozen. Fish Napkins, 2s. 6d. per dozen. Dinner ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

f^p ATTENTION is Respectfully Invited to our NEW SPRING ? and SUMMEIt GOODS, whicli we are Offering at Seniarkably Low Prices. HA L L & S AVAGE. All Goads Marked in r lain Figures. SFBOlAXi »OTB. 5o every cash purchaser o- a SOs. Pared we give 'Our Souvenir Box' of Stationer!/, containing Jj8 Sheds of Paper and 60 Envelopes. . To every cash puronascr of a SOs. Parcel we give half a dozen of our Splendid, Presentation Calico. To every cash purchaser of a £5 Parcel we give one dozen of our Splendid Presentation Calico. Kindly Efind remittances with orders. To ensure safety please forward email amounts in postal notes, end amounts over £1 bj- P,O. Order, bank draft, or cheque. If stamps are sent Is. in the pound must be added for exchange. §j w Fancy Prints, 2id yard Fancy Prints, dark colors, 3s lid dozen Superior Fancy 'l'rintsi newest'designs, 4s lid dozen Hair-cord Stripe Prints, (Ud j'ard Hoyle's Prints, 3^d yard ? ' HoyJe's Prints, very best qualit3', 6s 11-d dozen Stripe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

j Latest Trials of Cream Separators. fALPHA LAVAL' [ AGAIN VICTORIOUS. ! ' fr EVEEY TEAB PLACES IT FUETHEE AHEAD OF ALL COMPETITORS. | TWENTY PRIZES uriL J1DALS won luring 1894, I Gold Medal, highest award, . 1 To the 'ALPHA LAVAL' at Boyal Dublin Society's Show, 1895. i Diploma of Honor, highGst award, 2 ' ? To the 'ALPHA LAVAL' at Jubilee Show of the Eoyal I- Agricultural Society, Moscow, June, 1895. ) Gold Mfedal, highest award, To the 'ALPHA LAVAL' at Arnheim, Holland, July, 1895. I Silver Medal, highest award, To the 'ALPHA LAVAL' at Arnheim, Holland, July, 1895. I BEATING EIGHT OTHER. KAKES OF SEPARATORS. ' TEE ABOVE! WERE ALL WORKING TRIALS. ';' The Laval has 'Won ever 300 Prizes. I A W SANDFORD & COMPY I Were again awarded First Prize for Best Collection of Dairy I Appliances at the Adelaide September Show, 1895. I JFkis, being the i- eventk consecutive win, proves conclusively (hat ?,- * tlieir Stock is Unequalled In South Australia, | x2i3-327 L ; OBSERVE THAT THE ...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, October 11. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, October 11. The Urana Land Board has, under the powers given by the new Land Act, with drawn 100,000 acres of the Brooking lease hold from pastoral lease and thrown the land open for homestead selection, to be subdivided into blocks not exceeding 320 acres each. Wilcannia, October 11. Notwithstanding the continued drought the rabbits between Wilcannia and Broken Hill are increasing with alarming rapidity. At Dolo tank, 32 miles from here, the rodents congregate in thousands every night at the trough, wiuch contained 3,000 gallons of water but is now perfectly dry. . Heavy losses among travelling stock, princi pally teamsters' cattle, are reported on the Broken Hill to Wilcannia track. Owing to the long stages without water the stock get weak and are unable to travel. Better provi sion is urgently needed on this track for travelling teams. Reports from Hungerford state that there is no grass in that district or a sig_n of any, notwithstanding the fairly good ...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, October 13. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

QUEENSLAND. Brisbane. October 13. A telegram from Normanton states that a 6mall flow of artesian water has been struck at a depth of 1,973 ft. At Bundaberg the police to-day prevented a serious tribal fight. The Malaya and Gala boys, the former armed with poisoned spears and revolvers, determined to avenge injuries inflicted on their tribes recently. Brisbane, October 14. Professor Freeman has bfen committed for trial on a charge of haviup murdered Mrs. Crofton by an illegal operation. One of the men poisoned at the Bowen Downs station lies paralysed in the hospital. Before being poisoned he weighed 14 st., and now he weighs 9 st. Another victim is not expected to live. Brisbane, October 1.6. In connection with the Bowen Downs poison ing cases Bristowe has been remanded for eight days, Baxter was discharged, while Langhorue was committed for trial.

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TASMANIA. Hobart, October 13. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

TASMANIA. Hobart, October 13. Robert Hamilton Finlay has been arrested and admitted to substantial bail on a charge of having committed a breach of the Customs regulations. The ? Lauuceston officials have seized a quantity of iewellery valued at £1,136, all of which has been confiscated. The case is set down for hearing at Lauuceston on November 6. Launceston, October 13. Professor Arthur Field died somewhat suddenly in the Launceston Hospital on Saturday. The Rio Tinto Prospecting Association decided on Saturday to accept an offer from a Melbourne syndicate of £1,000 for a one-third interest. It was cabled from London on Friday that the Tasmanian Golden Gate Company had been floated by the Thornilies Exploration Syndicate with a capital of £120,000, £50,000 being actually subscribed. Thirty thousand pounds will be availaMc as a working capital. The location is south of the Golden Gate mine and there are two sections at Methenna. Hobart, October 15. A hotelk'eeper in the city has be...

Publication Title: Chronicle
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NEW ZEALAND. Auckland, October 14. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

NEW ZEALAND. Auckland, October 14. William Graham, aged 15, was drowned to day while trying to save his brother, who was thrown into the sea through a boat capsizing. Henry Smith, 10 years of age, has been killed by the explosion of a gun. Ho was rabbit-shooting with other youths. A bird's nest containing one egg was found in the hollow of a railway-waggon buffer. The truck hod travelled from North Stafford ot Heston, a distance of 150 miles, without the egg being broken.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

The members of the Field Naturalists' sec tion of the Royal Society made an excursion to Aldgato on Saturday afternoon, when there was a good muster of members and their friends. Leaving the city shortly after lun cheon an excellent afternoon's work was put. in in the vicinity of Aldgate, and a most enjoyable trip took place. The party reached the city by train at about half -past G o'clock.

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ADELAIDE GOLF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

ADELAIDE GOLF CLUB. The monthly bogey competition of the Adelaide Golf Club took place on Saturday, and on comparing cards it was found that four members had tied for firm place. This most unusual result reflects credit on the handicapping committee. The ties will be played off in due course. The following are the results : — '. Name. Hdcp. Besult. f H.Swift .. „ .. owesl 2 down ^ Jj. B. Baker .. „ 2 2 down I 1W.U. Bragg .. .. 8 2downf \N. G. Anderson .. fi 2 down J . J. B. Matthews ? 5 8 down . M. Jay ? 12 8 down T.O'H. Giles .. ..13 8 down E. Phillipson .. .. 7 11 down H. Irwin ? 10 11 down . B. M. Hawkes .. ..13 15 down

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LAWN TENNIS NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

LAWN TENNIS NOTES. [By Backet. ] In fixing the programme of the season's matches the committee thought lit to have an oft Saturday once a month on which, it necessary, postponed matches could be ployed. Fortunatelj', however, t^a Saturday afternoons since the opening of the season have been exceptionally fine, and all the gnraes set dowu on the programme were played. Last Saturday was one of the dates on which no matches word played, and members of the associated teams had an opportunity of getting an afternoon's practice.! There will be a splendid match at Glen Osmond thia afternoon between the local men and University/ The former will have their usual team out, and th$ latter will bo represented by Hone and Cudniore* Ayers and Halcomb. Tipping as a rule is unsatis? factory, but I will cast my. rote in favor of the tiieoA and expect them to win by about eight setB to efad The second match will bo played between Collet* Park and Semaphore on tho seaside court*. Tni latter team will ...

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CYCLING. ZIMMERMAN RECEPTION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

CYCLING. ZIMMERMAN RECEPTION MEETING. The following are the entries for the Zimmerman Reception Itace Meeting-, to be held on the Jubilee Exhibition Oval on Saturday, October 20, '- under the auspices of the Cyclists' Association of EoutU Australia :— One-mile Maiden.— R. M. Aldersey, H. E. Codd, J. A. McConnack, C. Kelson, H. C. Cave, J. G. Brady^ W. Murdoch, F. I). Farmer, \V. Webster, H. V. Lunn, H. R. Hammer, W. A. Busst, W. U. Ifould, J. O. liubale, P. J. Pierce, J. A. G. Long, J. A. Loader, C. A. Wasfuer, C. Illert, M. Chester, E. J. Bonnetr, C. McGregor, J. E. Lawrence, Harold Bickford, B. K. Cunningiiaaj, F. Harris. One-mile Open Handicap. — J. Sillifant, J. Fauser, J. A. Shearer, It J. Buik, W. E. Maddern, J. L. Maddern, A K. Davies, A. Bcrgstrom, J. E. Snell, L. C. Staple* ten, H. U. Hammer, W. A. Busst, W. II. Ifould, B. R» Euesaclf, A. G. Bunge'y, S. Blows, H. E. Gully, F. O, Leonard, Henry Downs, L. J. JloCorniack, J. J. MulIif-6, A. A. Styles, J. C. Baker, J. W. Parson...

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A BIG ROAD RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

A BI£ ROAD RACE. A. J. Caldeb. (Photo, by Barroni &. Co. ) Winner of the road race, Warruambool to Melbourne. Distance, 1G8 miles; time, 11 hours 44^ min.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

SEA SICKNESS. There is nothing like Wolfe's Schnapps to avoid or alleviate this. It is exhilarating and strengthening. Buy bottles intact.

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Athletics. S.A. CRICKETING ASSOCIATION. THE ANNUAL SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

^thktics. S.A. CRICKETING ASSO CIATION THE ANNUAL SPORTS. A revival of interest in that once popular branch of sport, bicycle racing, has evidently come about For some years after the in auguration of the S.A. Cricketing Association annual intercolonial sports meeting immense crowds assembled on the Adelaide Oval to witness the yearly struggles between the picked meu of the various colonies, but for some strange reason the interest suddenly waned, itecentiy, nowever, so many records have been lowered, and the racing ranks have been so greatly enlarged, that tho sport appears to be gaining public favor again. On Saturday, when another of these intercolonial gatherings was held on the Adelaide Oval, about 5,000 people were present to witness the champions of the other colonies and New Zea land race 'with the fleetest of our own riders, and in two or three events an excellent display of fast riding was given. The three stands were crowded with onlookers, and the recently formed mounds ...

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The Week. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

?'?':\.w;V--r' ^-^Ijw ?ifSR$ph:~ ??'? ' ,.'? BBs Excellejaey Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton is ???'. | tepected to aniveaiout October® or 29, but so fait no definite arrangements have teen made tto 1us official reception and swearing-in, ough the Chief Secretary states that the . , cwemony will be practically identical with tiiat observed on the arrival of Lord Kintore. Contain Henniker, who was formerly private g|;^- fe&u-etary to Lord Kintore, and who occupies ife, ?-- a, similar position ~bn the staff of Sir Fowell fef* ' feaxton, was a passenger by the B-M.S. lip'------ Ciizeo, which arrived at' Largs Bay on §3^; - Wednesday morning. In anticipation of the srcf ?'.£;!:??? arrival o£ Sir Fowell the work of renovating fe?r '?-?''. Government House .is being vigorously pushed *$}''?' forward. The whole of the exterior of the H~'- .. walla and woodwork is. being repainted, and §|v i such portions of the interior as most fgfc-t;; ! aeefl it are being thoroughly repaired. ijfcls; ! ...

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SOUTH WOOROORA ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

SOUTH WOOROORA ASSOCIATION. Hamley Bridge v. Owen.— Played at Owen, October 12. Hamley Bridge, 151 ; C. Mutton 40, E. Ayliffe 36 retired, C. Francis 34, E. Bums 16. Owens did not bat. Bowling— S. Eyre two for 43, McLachlau one for 19, F. Ditlon three for 15, Reid two for 18. Port Wakefield v. Nanlawarra, at Port Wakefiold, October 12.— Nantawarra, 95 j H. Young 15, A. Tose .land 01 n.o. Port Wakefleld, two for 96 ; D. Brown 54, F. Cherry 40, J. Cherry 4 n.o. For WakeSelds F. Cherry took two for 16, A. O'Brien two for 8. Lobethal v. Guineraclia, October 12. — Gumeracho, 63; G. Banks 19, W. Fewster 16, A. Moore 15. Lobethal, two for 78; W. Hutchings 48 n.o., A. Green 12. Bowling for Lobethal, H. Moore five for 22, F. Green four for 10. Gumeracha, Fewster one for 11. Snowtown v. Barunga Braves. — Snowto-wns, 21 ; J. Tardiff 5 ; H. Dolling seven wickets for 9, F. Heriey 'two for 10. Braves, 111 ; C. Masters 45, J. Blake 13, C. Kerkey 11, H. Doffing 10 ; Phillis three wickete for 20, Joe...

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THE LAW OF INHERITANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

THE LAW OF INHERITANCE. Several years ago, when the Playford 'four-steps policy' was under discussion, the proposal to limit the right of devise with a view of encouraging the sub division of large estates, threw into the field of debate the whole 'question of the l:-w of inheritance and its amendment. One aspect of that complex question, to which we devoted consider able attention at the time, was the possibility and the expediency of at least so far abridging the powers of testators as to prevent gross wrong to widows and orphans. This subject is frequently brought to the front by the dis closures in testamentary cases tried by the courts. The Rev. J. C. Kirby, who has lately been interesting himself in it» has induced the Congregational Onion to refer to its executive for enquiry and re port the amendment of laws especially affecting women, and in his speech he gave a prominent place to ^ the necessity of reforming the testamen tary law. Mr. Kirby, like many others before him, co...

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VICTORIAN CRICKET MATCHES. Melbourne. October 13. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

VICTORIAN CRICKET MATCHES. Melbourne. October 13. The cricket season was opened on Saturday, when the first round of the pennant matches was commenced. The results were : — South Melbourne, 194; East Melbourne, 3 for no wickets. ? Richmond, 120 ; Melbourne, 75 for two wickets. North Melbourne, 193 for six wickets, against Carlton. University, 203; St. Kilda, 10 for one wicket.

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THE STATE ADVANCES BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

THE STATE ADVANCES BILL. It is unfortunate that the Credit Foncier question, relieved of one complication, has now become entangled with several new issues, equally contentious with those disposed of by the recent decision of the Assembly. Sir John Downer describes the new Bill as embodying a 'policy of revenge,' this epithet being applied particularly to the proposal for a Post-Office Savings Bank. Baulked in their effort to get hold of the Savings Bank machinery, the Government — according to Sir John — spitefully re taliate by attempting to call a rival institution into being. The Bill is, he says, a bid to Savings Bank depositors to withdraw their deposits, and to transfer them to another bank, with the certain result of not getting so much out of it. If the design is so transparent, and the loss from investing in the new institution so certain, the scheme — even if carried — would not succeed, as the Government would make their invitation in vain. But is it not possible to admi...

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