Elephind.com contains 1,214,098 items from Chronicle
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,057 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Cricket. CRICKET GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
©rickri. CRICKET GOSSIP. [By 'Onlooker.'] The cricket season wul open in earnest to day at the Adelaide Oval, and during-the week members of the senior association have been putting in some good practice. The next Australian Eleven is a matter that is being freely discussed at the present time by followers of cricket, and many people are be: ginning already to try and select the team. This is a somewhat difficult contract, as the candidates will have to play through a lon-* season before the final selection is made, and intercolonial matches may bring out one or two young players who will cause older men to stay at home. The Cricket Council of Australasia have given their consent to an Australian eleven visiting England in 189G, so that it is pretty well certain that an eleven will be sent to the old country. The manager of the team will be appointed on December 27, and South Australia has some claim to filling the billet on this occasion. Either Mr. G. M. Evan or Mr. J. Creswell wo...
The Chronicle. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1895. THE PUBLIC SALARIES BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1895. THE PUBLIC SALARIES BILL. The House of Assembly, by its action in altering the Public Salaries Bill, refused the Government £15,000 of the sum of £32.000 which they hoped to save at the expense of Civil servants. On Wednesday the Legislative Council took a step further, and by rejecting the Bill; altogether on the third reading denied, the remaining £17,000. This decision was Arrived at by the substantial majority of five votes, and accordingly there is little encouragement for the Government to attempt its reversal. The general policy and the detailB of Jhe measure Bplit parties in the Council in rather a curious fashion, but this was not particularly surprising. Little, if any thmg, could be said in favor of the Bill except as a measure of financial expe diency. How far the claims of expediency should be admitted,. and to what extent principle may be relaxed under the pres sure of .temporary ? exigency, were questions sure to occasion disagree ment even...
THE BOWDEN-ANDERSON DISPUTE. Melbourne, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
THE BOWDEN-ANDERSON D1SPOTE. Melbourne, October 16. Mr. J. C. Bowden stated to^ay that he was anxious that some final decision should 1m reached soon in the dispute between himself and Mr. Arthur Anderson, but said he did not believe in a board of enquiry consisting of re presentatives from the-V.R.C.t V.A.T.O., and Victorian Club committees, be cause he has friends upon those bodies ?nrVin woiiM naturally not act, and he would not like to be judged by those whom be believed to be ill-disposed towards him. Mr. Bowden insists upon the enquiry being pre sided oyer by a magistrate and- the evidence being: taken on oath. He thinks men of stand ing and integrity, not necessarily racing men, would quickly come forward if wanted to decide the issue. Mr. Bowden had the names of several eligible men in hiB mind, but for fear it might affect the enquiry he would not suggest the personnel of the board. Sir. Arthur Anderson, when seen subse quently declined to further discuss the matter. He had...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
Special Advertisements. DGBBIE & CO.'S SPRAY PUMPS have just taken FIRST PRIZE at Port Augusta over their two competitors. Send for catalogue. LaSGwicXT^&Sc | Not That Way Now; People used to take plain cod liver oil for coughs, colds, throat and lung' troub les only after other reme dies had been tried and found wanting. Scott's Emulsion i is the modern idea of cod liver oil, the first instead of a final resort, when such ailments appear. The fish fat taste is removed and the oil itself is partly digested before taken into the stom ach. Bcott & Bowne. Ltd.. London. All Chemistt^ NEW STORY FOR THE CHRONICLE. A MAN'S PRIVILEGE, Br DORA RUSSELL, Author of 'Footprints in the Snow,' 'The Broken. Seal,' 'A Bitter Birthright,' 'The Lost Signal,' ' Hidden in My Heart,' _ &.C., &c. MISS DORA RUSSELL is an author of world-wide reputation and esteem. Her stories are acceptable because they are life Hke, graphically written, and full of power and, pathos...
METEOROLOGICAL NOTES. Friday, October 18. G[?]AL REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
METEOROLOGICAL NOTES. Friday, October 18. General Remarks. . It is evident from to-day's weather chart that the low pressure to the westward is unable to make head way against the high pressure in eastern Australia and is passing away to the south. Fine weather is general ^ over the entire continent, not a single one of our.re porting stations recording any rain. High tempera tures prevail here and in the interior, but on the north-east coast of Queensland it iscloudy and squally with a tendency to unsettled conditions. Forecasts. ? Forecast ol probable weather from Friday afternoon noon till Saturday night. Issued at 1.15 p.m. - Over South Australia.— Fine and warm, with light, chiefly northerlv winds. Over Victoria (supplied by Mr. Baracchi).— Generally fine and warm, with variable winds, chiefly northerly, tending to thundery weather in north. ? Over New South Wale? (supplied by Mr. H. O. Russell).— Light to fresh variable winds. Fine weather. Charles Todd, Government Astronomer....
POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. General Post-Office, October 19. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. General Post-Office, October 19. Great Britain, &&, per R.M.S. Arcadia, October 23; letters, 9.15 a.m ? newspapers, 8.15 a.m.; late letters, 10,30 a.m. via Marseilles, per Polynesian, ?November 2, 10.16 a.m. Per Darmstadt, November 13, 9.15 a.m. Via Torres Straits, per express, Novem ber 6, 3 p.m. Via San Francisco, October 24, 3 p.m. Africa, overland to Melbourne, thence per Damas cus, November 6. 3 p.m. Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, and Tas mania (overland doily except Saturdays), 8.80 p.m.; late letters, 4 p.m. Per Darius, this day, 8 p.m. New Zealand, overland ~ to Sydney, October 21, 8.80 p.m. Newspapers and registered letters must be posted one hour prior to the time appointed (or closing as above, . ..
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
TO CORRESPONDENTS. ' A Scbscwber,' Clarendon. — 1. You could recover cost of repairs. 2. Sue the person who damaged the bicycle. ' G. H. Carter,' Koolunga.— The council may let any unimproved road, and may prosecute for not closing the gates. 'J. McC.,' South-ea6t— 1. Yes, for the balance. 2. In either colony. 3. He could issue execution and sell thereunder, but could not imprison. ' Ctmro Gwillt, Wallaroo. — 1. The duties are to pay the debts and administer the estate in accordance with the provisions of the will. 2. The Pio'.iateand Atiminifitration Act. 1891. ' Port Lincoln Resident' writes — ' The residents of Port Lincoln are indignant at a recent act of injustice done to one of their most respected residents by the Government. . When the forest reserve was opened a promise was made to the people that only local workers should be employed on it. This promise has only just been broken. For five years one of our workers has been employed on the reserve permanently, while . other ...
MESSAGERIES MARITIMES COMPANY. LONDON, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
MESSAGERIES MARITIMES COMPANY. London. October 16. It is announced that in future the steamers of the Conipagnie des Messageries Maritimes de France instead of calling at Adep on the voyage to and from Australia will put in at Has Jibutil, a port situated in the Bay of Tajurah, which is a portion of the French colony of Obock, on the Red Sea coast of Africa. The reason given for the alteration of calling places is the desire of the French Government to develop the African trade.
CANDIA. A THREATENED REBELLION. LONDON, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
CANDIA. A THREATENED REBELLION. London. October 16. A repetition is imminent of the grave dis turbances which occurred last year in Candia, an island of the Mediterranean lying to the south of the iEgean Sea and Archipelago, and appertaining to Turkey/ Owing to the injustice with which they have been treated 1,000 of the Christian notables of the island have taken up arms, and to avoid arrest have retreated to the mountains. An open rebellion is threatened unless some redress of their grievances is made by the Turkish Governor. The execution in February last year of four Christians who had been sentenced to death for various crimes led to grave dis turbances throughout the island. Several Mussulmans had also been sentenced to death, but only oue was executed, and the apparent injustice greatly exasperated the Christians. The assembly of delegates from all parts of the island met at Khama on July 5, and petitioned the Sultan to replace the system of taxation introduced in 1890 by the...
ANOTHER MOSLEM OUTRAGE. FIFTY ARMENIANS MASSACRED. LONDON, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
ANOTHER MOSLEM OUTRAGE. FIFTY ARMENIANS MASSACRED. London. October 16. Another terrible outrage upon Una Armenian Christians is reported from Ak-Hissar, a town in the pashalic of Anadolia, situated about 50 miles north-east of Smyrna. It is stated that a body of Moslem fanatics, discontented with the action of the Porte in giving assurances that the lives and property of the Armenians would be protected by the Government, made a raid upon the Christians at Ak-Hissar and massacred 50 of their number. The news of this fresh outrage has, it is asserted, caused the Sultan of Turkey serious alarm.
COMMERCIAL NEWS. LONDON, October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
COMMERCIAL NEWS. London, October 10. Breadstuffs. — Adelaide wheat ex ware house is quoted af £1 7s. Gd. per 490 lb., being the same as a week ago. Business is quiet. Victorian wheat ex warehouse is quoted at £1 7s. Gd. per 496 lb , the same as a week ago. The market is firm. New Zealand wheat, long-berried, ex store, is quoted at 26s. Gd. per 496 lb. nominally. Australian flour, superfine, is 20s. 6d. per 280 lb. Metals.— Copper— For Chili bars the cash price is £46 7s. Cd. per ton, being a fall of 15s. on last week's quotation. Tin— The cash quotation is £66 5s. per ton, unchanged. The quotation at three months is £06 15s. per ton. Pig iron — For Glasgow warrants No. 1 the cash price is £2 7s. 4jd. per ton, a fall of 4^d. Lead — Soft foreign is quoted at £11 5s. per ton, a rise of 5s. on last week's quotation. Busi ness is steady. Frozen Meat. — New Zealand mutton (first quality) is worth 4jjd. per lb.; second quality, 4gd. per lb. ; do. lamb (average), GW. per lb. Queensland mutt...
ARCTIC EXPLORATION. LONDON, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
ARCTIC EXPLORATION.' London. Octolwr 16. Lieutenant Peary, of the United States navy, who with his companions arrived at Newfoundland on September 21 on their re turn from the Arctic regions, declares that Greenland is insular. Lieutenant Peary's expedition started in June, 1893, with the intention of making a point on Inglefield Gulf, on the west coast of Greenland, the base of their operations, and had reached a comparatively high latitude when severe storms compelled them, at the close of 1894, to suspend operations until the spring of the present year.
THE AMERICA CUP. LONDON, October 15. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
THE AMERICA CUP. u ? London, October 15. As it has been decided that Mr. Host, the owner of the English yacht Satanita, had a prior right to Earl Dunraven, the formal challenge of the former gentleman to compete for the America Cup next year has been accepted by the New York Yacht Club. The last series of matches -was not com pleted, but Defender was -declared the victor owing to the withdrawal of Valkyrie III. .
PRINCE LOBANOFF. LONDON, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
PRINCE LOBANOFF. London, October 16. Prince Lobanoff, the Russian Minister of Foreign Atfairs, who was the guest of M. Felix Faure, President of the French Republic, during the recent military manoeuvres in Paris, is now paying an official visit to the Emperor William of Germany. This visit paid so soon after his enthusiastic greeting in Paris is the cause of considerable irritation to the French newspapers.
Selected Poetry. HOME COMFORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
[?] v : . K&ME.:COMFOBTS. There's iota of pleasure in this life for them as ? has a mind To go about a-seeking it ; they're always sure - to find. . Tve had my troubles in these days, but I ve : - not had a doubt . There's lots for ine to laugh oer if ill only ? eeek it out. I've bothered over many a fix I've got myself .' into; I've bothered 'coz I couldn't 6eem to see my t . way clear through ; But when night come I've gone home and took ! ' Tommy on my knee, I've lost all sort of trouble and I've felt a sense . of glee. I've had myrows with fellers in the world that I lies outside, But home has held my babies, and they've - filled me full o' pride ; They've made me feel that some one in this ?? world of— well, chagrin, Thinks me the finest of the fine, and free from ? guilt and sin. They've made me think no bother, in this ? ' sphere so full of guile, J'or Trim as thinks about it, is worth any mortal's while, And when they look into my faco and think me ' truly great, Fm ...
CONTENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
CONTEXTS. Advertisements .. .. 1,2,3,7,8,28,32,44,46,46,47,48 Keedles ? t ? 3 ? Correspondence .. .... .. .. .. .. 4 SUpping News .. .. - ? 4 Commercial ? ? 6 Births, Marriages, and Deaths ? .8 -? Solar *nd Lunar Calendar ., .. .... 8 To Correspondents ? 8 leaders.— The Public Salaries Bili— The State Ad vancefl Bill— The Law of Inheritance . . . . 8 The Week ? 10 law Courts ? : .. 11 Telegraphic News .. ? ; 12—21 General News ? .. .. 14—21 Intercolonial ? .. 14—21 The Parliament ? 14—24 Mining- Intelligence ? 14—25 Country News ? 14—26 District Councils ? 28 Wit and Humor ? 28 Poultry .. ? ; ? 29 The Turf ? ? 29 Cricket .. ? 31 Athletics ? j ? 31 Homing ? 82 Shooting ? 32 Amusements ? 32 Poetry ? 33 literature.— Mrs. Tregaskis (Sirs. Campbell ' Praed)-When Greek Meets Greek (Joseph Batton)— The Torn Forged Cheque (James McGovan}— Mark Twain and Mental Telepathy —The Adventures of Arthur Roberts— Heinne- mann'e Colonial Library— Old Time Memories— -The Late Laureate as Misanthrope -...