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Literature. MRS. TREGASKISS A NOVEL OF ANGLO-AUSTRALIAN LIFE. CHAPTER VIII.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

§#n*atim. MRS. TREGASKISS A NOVEL OF ANGLO-AUSTRALIAN LIFE. Bt MRS. CAMPBELL PRAED, Authoress of 'An Australian Heroine,' 'Policy and Passion,' 'Nadine,' 'Miss Jacobsen's Chance,' 'Arina,' 'The A- .-Romance of a Station,' and (in conjunction ' ?with Mr. Justin McCarthy) 'The Right ?Honorable,' ' The Ladies' Gallery,' &c., &c. [Published 1-y special arrangement with the author. All rights reserved.] : Chapter VIII.— (Continued). There had always been in Genestes character a furious blending of impulse and deliberation. Though feeling might hurry him on to the very verge of crisis he was able to hold himself ?sufficiently in check to look at and calculate consequences before taking the final leap. In a flash he saw now consequences that must follow upon that unpremeditated kiss, and determined to save himself and at least secure time for reflection. He was moved, too, by a chivalrous consideration, late though it came, for the girl herself. Ho wa3 not self-indulgent at...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Amusements. THE KRUSE CONCERTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

^nm&cmznt&. THE KRUSE CONCERTS. The last appearance but one of Professor Johanu Kruse, the popular and talented Aus tralian violinist, attracted another large aud enthusiastic audience at the Town Hall on Friday, Oct. 11, when the success which has attended the previous concerts of the season was repeated in a marked degree. The recep tion aocorded Herr Kruse was again of the most cordial character, and there is little doubt that his visit to' Adelaide will long be remembered' by those privileged to hear him. The final concert this evening should attract an overflowing house, for the opportunities of hearing musicians of the calibre of Professor Kruse are unfortunately rare, while tho fact that he is a native of Australia should ensure the hearty support of his admiring com patriots. Professor Kruse's first contribution to Friday's programme* was De Beriot's 'Con- certo in G major,' a brilliant and melodious writing in which the individuality of the Belgian composer ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

A 3?OETFOLI0 ' , ^ OF PHOTOGRAPHS '-M ' - ' ' * OF THE . larvelto Works of God and Man, ieWorWofMflreaMiit '.' . l: '?' ' . '' '?? ? ' ? ~-O — — ? ' ? ?? ?'.'?' ' ? ' .;=..; n- . ., ' .:.-? ? ? - . ' ' . ?? .' ?' ' ' .': ?'? ?;.:...;'?'?, ' ' ;' ? ^ ' ;'' _ '? ? . ? ? ? . ? ? ? ? ??'?*, DAZZLING, WONDERFUL. 0 ? — Prepared under the- Supervision of that Pnnee of Travellers and Leeturers, JOHN L. STOPDARD. '? . - — : ? — o ? ' . Grand Panoramic Views of Famous Cities, Street Scenes from Noted Places, Land Marks in the World's History, Ruins of Ancient Cities and Castles, Temples, Cathedrals, Mosques, Homes of Noted People, Public and Private Buildings, Famous Paintings and Statuary from the World's Great Art Centres. Photographs of Mountain Scenery Beautiful Lakes, Famous Parks and Fountains, Historical Obelisks and Towers, Mummies, Catacombs, Pyramids, the Luxuriant Tropics, the Great Desert, the Frozen Poles. Instantaneous Photographs showing how different nations live. Pictures TRU...

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Shooting. RIFLE SHOOTING. NAVAL RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

^hooting. RIFLE SHOOTING. ? NAVAL RIFLE CLUB. The quarterly match in connection with the Naval Rifle Club for trophies presented by Messrs. Harris, Scarf e, & Co., McLean Brothers, Rigg, & Co., W. and T. Rhodes, Crooks & Brooker, Mr. Hooper, Mr. Isaacs, Mr. Brunkhorst, Mr. Slevenson, and Mr. Cole was fired on Saturday, October 12. The weather was very unfavorable for good shooting, the light being bad, and a rear fishtail wind making it diffi cult to obtain good scores. The conditions were : — Ranges 400 and 60') yards, seven shots and two sighters. The results were : — Yards— 100. 600. Hdp. TL P.O. White .. ..32 39 7 61 Corp. Jeanes . . . . 32 29 22 61 P.O. Fulton .. ..30 29 3 CO* P.O.Roberts .. ..26 25 22 60* P.O.Turner .. ..28 22 22 00* A.B. Smith .. ..26 21 22 CO* A. B. Johnson .. ..26 17 19 60' AiB. Halton .. ..27 17 14 68 A.B. Celtnto .; ..21 15 22 58 P.O. Downes .. ..32 20 scr. 62 A.B. Brislow.. .. ? 17.. 17 22 50 A.B. Murphy .. .. 2J 9 22 66 * Handica...

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CLARKE & CO., BROKERS, AUSTRALASIA CHAMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

CLARKE .^iilii BROKER, ^ AUSTRALASIA CHAMBERS, . S%k report heavy business during the past week ^ iu all Western Australian {Stocks, and an in-, * »*\ creaeed volume of business in . Broken ?Hill' ~f silver -stocks. - ' ' In gold our cbief trade has been in Mocha -- (5,000 shares), Golden Bars (4,500 Bharos), Maritanas (2,150 shares), Hannan's Reward Norths (2,700 shares), Great Boulders, and all lower-priced stocks, including good sales in Maritana Norths, Centrals, and Extendeds, Southern Boulders, Brown Hill Junctions, x Golden Zones, Royal Danes, and Norseman Crushing. We have also had sales in Cassidy Hills (at G9s.) and Mount Bensons. In silver our sales include 1,728 Block Tens; 1,350 Junctions, 2,225 Centrals, 030 Souths, 8,300 Junction Norths, and Block 14's, Nortlw (at 5s. 2d.), British (old and new), and Broken Hill Proprietaries. In other stocks our sales include Melbourne Trams (at 14s. 10id.), Tarrawingee Flux (at 13s. 9d.), and paid-up S.A. Brewing shares (at 28s.). T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

1 OF PUR£ VEGETABLE INGREDIENTS AND FREE fftOM MERCURY. f^ The Safest end Beet Family Aperient. in uco overvwhero evci1 Ninety ygar Fo? LvveVfcotnpl'airit, B5le, Indigestion Heartburn, Acidity, and Sick Headaphe. Tho O!d«3t and Best Family Medicine. In use amonqst all Classes. CAN BE OBtAINED THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. In Boxes at is. ijd., 2s. o,d., 4s. 6d., us., 22s. 4, Gt. Ormond St., London, W.C. ST. ALB11 ESTATE and STUD BIST&IBUTION. List Positively Cjcs3S October 24th, 1895. 125,000 SHARES AT £i EACH, DIVIDED INTO 130 PRIZES. Forms of Application and all other particulars from Q±Q. ADAMS, Telegraph Chambers, BRISBANE, Queensland. ? 220,618!-x222-92 ? Music. ? : MSICMflUALS for 1896 FRANCIS & DAX'S 14th Comic, and\ Dance HOWARD'S 6th Comic, and Dance ,,» v SHEARD'S 20th Cliristy, and Comic I pS«d *l CHAPrfil.'S Christmas Dance ' each extra! WICKIN'S Christinas Dance PHILLIPS & PAGE'S 7th Dance ENOCHS & SONS' 10th Dance J Violin Parts for the above Da...

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LUNAR AND SOLAR CALENDAR—OCTOBER. PHASES OF THE MOOR. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

LUKAB AND SOLAR CALENDAR— OCTOBER. . .' :?.-'? Phases or tox Moo*. ' eniloen ? 4th day, 7h. 48m. a.tn. it Quarter .. .. .. JlUiday, lib. 35m. p.m. tfewlloon .. .. .. 18th day, ah. 10m. p.m. first Quarter.. .. .. 26th day, Sh. 4m. p.m. n.™ n.». Su» Sun Moon Moon - Day* Date. ^^ Mt& ^^ let8- *--? ? ' v . a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. taeaday .. 1 6.24 6-47 8.26 4 Wednesday ... I 6 23 6.48 4.22 4:84 Jtursday .. 8 6.21 6.48 6.17 4.47 Friday .. .. 4 6.20 6.49 6.14 6.9 Saturday .. 6 6.19 6.60 7.13 6.84 Snndar.. .. 0 6.17 5. 61 8.16 C.I Monday.. .. 7 6.10 6.62 9.19 6.82 TmiSj '.. 8 6.14 6.62 10.22 7.18 Wednesday .. 9 6.1S 6 63 11.24 7.68 ftrandar .. 10 6.12 6 64 11.46 8.46 Friday .. ..II 6.11 6.65 a.m.21 9.47 8aturday .. W 610 6.65 1.16 10.66 ?hinday ,. ..18 6.8 6.66 1.66 p.m.7 Monday.. .. 14 6.7 6.67 £.34 1.20 feesday .. 16 6.6 6.68 8.7 2.88 Wednesday .. 10 6.4 6 59 8.37 8.44 fbunday .. 17 6.3 6 4.7 4.66 JMday .. .. 18 6.2 0.1 4.38 6.9 Saturday ..19 6 61 4.60 7.18 Sunday.. .. 20 4.69 0.2 6....

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ADELAIDE LIEDERTAFEL. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

ADELAIDE LIEDERTAFEL. There was a large attendance of subscribers and friends of the Adelaide Liedertafel at the Town Hall on Wednesday evening, when a highly successful vocal and instrumental con cert was given to the evident satisfaction of the audience. The platform was prettily deco rated with ferns and foliage plants from the establishment of Messrs. O. I-\ Newman and Son, to whose taste was also due a chaste and handsome floral basket and a beautiful bouquet which were presented to Miss Guli. Hack, A.R.C.M., on behalf of the Liedertafel. The favorite soprano was accorded a great recep tion, and her singing of Westerlhvs quaint and charming 'Spinning song' was an ex ceedingly pleasing performance, which met with unmistakable approval, while the duet from 'Maritana,' 'Ot fairy wand,' in which she was associated with Mr. It. Nitschke, was given with such apt and spirited expres sion as to call forth a vociferous encore, to which no denial would be taken. Mr Nitschke, who was in e...

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FAREWELL TO MR. M. J. MANNION. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

FAREWELL TO MR. M. J. MANNION. On Wednesday evening- a larsre number of the mem bers' of St. Saviour's branch of the H.A.C.B.S. met at tlie Brompton Park Hotel, Brompton Park, to give a faratoell lo ex-Councillor SI. J'. Maimion, of the Hind mareh Corpoi-ation, who has filled the highest ottfces in the societjs and will proceed on I'ridaj'.to Kal goorlie, West Australia.. Tlie chainnan (Sir. F. Sug-jj) was supported on the right by the guest, and Mr. T. H. Urooker, M.P., on the left by Mr. F. J. Houri^au, M.P. llr. E. Plmir Cpicsident), Mr. F. E KeoK'h (vice-president), and Sir. 1-. Vouug (secretary), distriet-otfiijers of the H.A.C.B.S., were present The Chairman* said llr. M&umon was one of the oldest and most energetic members Of the Hibernian Society, waa a past president of the district, aud had done as much to advance its interest aa auy person, (Applayse.) His term of office as president of the district was the most prosperous ; more branches hod' been opened and a la...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

TO DARKEN GREY HAIR. Iibckyer's Sulphur Hair Restorer, quickest, safest, best; restores the natural color. Lockyer's, the real English Hair Restorer. Largo bottles Is. Cd., everywhere.— [Advt.] rl32weocsaiuxrlS2c

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Shipping News. ARRIVED-OCTOBER 11. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

^kipping ^etoa ?'[ AEEIVED— Octobbr. 11. Edith Alice, ketch, 40 tons, 3. Heatb, from Salt Creek. ' ? Basuikq Wave, ketch, 39 tons, F. Garnaut, from coast. . jf Liddesdale, Elcauier, 1,672 tons, A. Cleary, tram Newcastle via Melbourne October 8. Ko passengers. McIIwraiUi, McEacliaiu, and Co., agents;, City mid Port GutF of Sum, 2,126 tons, Joseph Sanderson, from Liverpool August 25, Lob Faunas September J. D. and W.- Murray, agents. Passenger— Jlr. George Armstrong, for Adelaide, and 38 in aU classes en route. Octodes 12. Perct, ketch, 42 lens, O. JIcKay, from Port Wake field. FKuaET, steamer, 246 tons, IV. Crocker, from Port Lincoln. Passengers— Mrs. T. B. Hawson and child, Sirs. Sawyer, Slessrs. Hogarth, and E. Chapman, in the cabin, 3 ia the second cabiu. Cargo— 14 bags oysters, 121 bales woo!, 372 bags raan^anebe ore, 50 do. wheat, empties and sundries. Damstadt, steamer (Nortb-Gcnnan Lloyds), 3,403 Ions, M. Eichel, from Bremen Aujjust St-, Antwerp 3l5t, Southampton September 1, ...

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

The Couot (who lias had a little tiff with his fiancee, the heiress) — 'But my treasure ? ' The Heiress— 'Your treasure? Your in vestment, you mean.' During the past two or three days credence has been given by the small boys of Port Ade laide and the neighborhood to a story that a ghost is abroad after nightfall within the dis trict. It is not known how the rumor origi nated, but the tale has spread with remarkable rapidity, and there is a notable absence after dark of youngsters from the principal streets where they had been accustomed to play. Messrs. Harrold Brothers, agents for the Australasian United Steam Navigation Com pany, state that in future the steamer BitIts gate will load entirely at Port Adelaide fdr Albany, Bunbury, Freinantle, and Gerald ton. This course has been decided upon owing to complaints made by Adelaide shippers that sufficient space is not reserved them in steamers that partially load in the other colonies filling up at Port Adelaide, and Messrs. Harrold ...

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Homing. PORTLAND CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

llomiug, PORTLAND CLUB. The. 22nd race took place from Saddlcworth on September 21. Result — W. Widdop's r c c Wanderer, 1 ; A. Hanson's b c c Harvester, 2 ; A. Hemson's b c h Valetta, 3. The 23rd race of the season took place from Nairn e on October 0. Besult— A. Morrison's r c h Lady Agnes, .i ; A. .Morrison's b c Courage, t ; W. Widdop's blk c c Black Boy, 3. The two first birds were a dead heat MITCHAM CLUB. The Nairne race was flown on October 12. Eight birds started. Results:— H. Nesbifs Rattler, 1; W. Lugo's Floodbird, 2 ; L. Hann's Quiver, 3. EASTERN SUBURBAN CLUB. The Mount Barker Junction race was flown on October 5. Results :— Messrs. Wicker and O'Halloran's b c Officer, 1 ; the same owner's be li Outbreak, 2 ; Mr. G. Pearce'e b c c Johnnie Soutcr, 3. Velocity, 779 yards.

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Commercial. WEEKLY EPITOME. The Chronicle Offices, Friday evening, October 18. GENERAL MERCHANDISE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

CmniwixiaL WEEKLY EPITOME. The Chronicle Offices, Friday evening, October 18. General Meucuandise. The business transacted in the open import market during the past week has been princi pally of a sorting-up description, and very few lines of any importance have been taken up. The want of rain in the north and the excite ment of the gold boom are largely responsible for the dull slate of trade in the local markets. Distributing orders are, however, coming in freely, aud the aggregate amount of merchan dise changing hands is fairly large, but there is a total absence of any speculative business. West Australian trade continr.es good, and an active demand exists for all linos. Local stocks, Although not heavy, are sufficient for all immediate market requirements-', and prices generally are steady. Sugars are improving in demand, and the Colonial Sugar Refinery is kept busy supplying ordinary wants of the local trade. There are prac tically no Mauritius lines on hand at the present tim...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

A dose of Blood Salt in the morning will keep oue fresh all day. p285cx2y2cl PEOFESSOR EVANS, MEDICAL HERBALIST, Begs to inform the residents of Adelaide that be possesses the secret of a great discover}-, which has enabled him to obtain signal victories over the greatest enemies of man. Philosophers have agreed that nature is pregnant with secrets which, if known, would cure life of all its ills, a monster which has more than matched the learning and skill of centuries. Doctors have claimed the exclusive right to deal with disease and they have so conspicuously failed as to become proverbial. Napoleon Buonaparte summoned up the results of their skill as inimical to mankind, and, as a rule, carefully avoided doctors and drug's. The imperious Corsican, however, could only speak from the past, and from what he observed had no idea' that in the fulness of time there would arise one PROFESSOR EVANS, whose skill, so omnipotent in curing disease, would be the wonder of his age. lie alsi} ...

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

On Monday afternoon the acting-coroner (Mr. Ayliffe) held an inquest at the Norwood Hotel ou the body of David Phillips, aged two years, who was accidentally strangled on Saturday evening. Adelaide Phillips, mother of the child and wife of Abraham Phillips, of the Parade, Norwood, eaid her eldest son put the child to bed in a cot, and when it was asleep, accompanied by all the other children, she left the house to do some shopping. She returned half an hour afterwards, and after staying home for a little while again went) out. Ou their return her daughter Ethel waa going to bed, but seeing the child with its head caught in the bars of the cot and its legs nearly touching tho ground,' she called her mother, who sent for a doctor. ~pr, Borthwieki who had been telephoned for, arrived at about a quarter to 10. She had never left the child alone before. The little girl Ethel, aged y years, described the finding of the body. The jury without retiring brought in a verdict of accidentaldeat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

Y9 ? ? sy fi^pi teGouporv | & m ma i ' * *i a ^ItiIbo arv-^ send ^'th OS. DCi. ¥| 6 —JiTi x0 THB ^ | fej^ gj doknJ-KmterGo.Ld. | ij Kg ^ffli GITy BOOT J-ALAGE. ? 1 fl^ ^f ^ \ A )^ Quararvtee to forward Sf I wP ^x4 FREE OF GHARQE g * JS& 9% w ONE J^AIR Ladies' Shoes as % |j MAlJ \Sm Sample SheWrv. ^ Is TL» «JT /^ Qoods sent same day as S- tdVAn

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LETTERS FROM DEAN TO HIS WIFE. Sydney, October 14. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

LETTERS FROM DEAN TO HIS WIFE.; .v Sydney, October 14. :-. Two letters written by Georgo Dean te-his ?wife from parlinghurst Gaol are of vivid in-; terest.in view of the.jreoent developments of this curious case. 'The first letter, dated March 11, is addressed to 'My darling wife,' . and contains many expressions of fond solici tude for Mrs. Dean and the baby. J'WelL, dear,' runs one sentence, 'I am broken-hearted because I am away from you, but I will be with you again and happy pnoe more when the trial is over.' The letter » ' pontinues— '-My dear, write and kindly let Ine know how you are getting on, as it will be % great comfort to me to read a kind letter from your own dear self, as it will help to fcheer my broken heart I cannot eat or Brink or sleep for the thoughts of you, and to Think that 3T«m innocent of the charges that yjX$ hud against ma— I remain your lp vmg and Tfififeotionate husband. ' Then followed a large Slumber of crosses for kisses. jThe eeoond letter, dated f...

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GREEN SURRENDERS TO THE POLICE. Sydney, October 15. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

GREEN SURRENDERS TO THE POLICE. Sydney, October 15. Daniel Green, the fourth man wanted in connection with the conspiracy charge arising out of the Dean case, surrendered himself to the police to-day. Whilst a most active search on the part of the detectives and police had been carried on Green was quietly living in the city. It seems that he got tired of keeping dark,' and having consulted with his friends decided on rivintr liimscif an. Iu a statement to one of his friends he 5b alleged to have said — 'I was never in Messrs. Crick & Meagher's employ as clerk or otherwise, and all I had to do with the secret of Dean's guilt was this. One day as Mr. Meagher was going away from the city he said to me — 'I have told Sir Julian Salomons that Dean was guilty, and he seems inclined to bring the whole thing out' Mr. Meagher told me all about the case and asked me, si6 he was going away, to go and see Dean and tell him to see the chemist I saw Dean and delivered the message. After ...

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GREEN RELEASED ON BAIL. ASTOUNDING REVELATIONS EXPECTED. Sydney. October 16. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

GREEN RELEASED ON BAIL. ASTOUNDING REVELATIONS EXPECTED. Svdnev. October 16. Tins afternoon the friends of Daniel Green, charged with conspiracy in connection with the Dean and another case, succeeded in find ing the heavy bail required. Green was re leased. He expressed himself perfectly satis fied that he will be able to prove hi3 innocence. He absolutely denies any cuiltv knowledge in the Dean case. If the case against Green should break down it will have an important bsaring on the cases against tho other three accused. The police relied upon Green's evidence, it is alleged, for facts to warrant the arrest of Mr. Crick, and from the present appearances Green's statements will go to clear Mr. Crick. Then if be can himself prove his innocence the charge of conspiracy against Dean and Meagher jvill probably break down, the legal opinion holding that a charge of conspiracy cannot lie against a lawyer and client unless some outside person is involved. Letters received from Narraudera...

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