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A.J.C. RACES. OXIDE WINS THE BYLONG STAKES. Sydney, September 29. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

A, J.O, RACES, OXIDE WINS THE BYLONG STAKES. Sydney, September 29. ? The A. J.O. extra race day on Saturday at tracted some 5.000 people to Randwick, who in spite .of the fact that the fields generally were not large enjoyed the sight of some in teresting racing, as the finishes were in most cases very close. The public had the further advantage of being well treated in the betting, as four out of five events were won by favorites. The results were i-r1 ' HUEDLE BACK. A sweepstake of 2 sovs. each -with 100 Udded; second, 20 so ve, About two jaile^ Mr. D. O'Brien'a Havana, by Clieveden— Cigarette, 6 yrs., 10 st. 3 lb. (X7nderwood- 1 Mr. S. R. Kennedy's Palmetto, aged, 9 st 2 lb. (A. Ellis) ? 2 Mr. E. Keys'a Oliver, aired, 9 at. (Mog ridge) ... ... ? ... 3 Other starters— Boots, Messenger, The Roe, andFaux-pas. Bettirig-^6 to 4 Havana, 4 to 1 Boots, 5 Messenger, 7 Oliver and The Roe, 10 others. Boots, Messenger, and. The Roe all fell,, leaving only four to finish. Havana won by a doze...

Publication Title: Chronicle
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THE V.A.T.C. AN EXCITING MEETING. Melbourne. September 30. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

THE V.A.T.C. AN EXCITING MEETING. Melbourne. Sentember 30. A bomb was thrown into the meeting of the V.A.T.C. at Menzie's Hotel this afternoon by Mr. J. C. Bowden, who races under the name of ' J. B. Clark.' Mr. Bowden, speaking of the way in which the stewards discharged their duties at suburban meetings, darkly insinuated improper conduct on the part of the chairman of the club, Mr. Arthur Anderson. The statement had an electrical effect upon the meeting, several well-known, members simul taneously demanding amplification of the charge- which they considered was so grave that either Mr. Anderson or Mr. Bowden should leave the club. Mr. Bowden, under pressure, stated that the alleged im propriety took place at Moonee Valley, the running of a horse which Mr. Anderson had backed for £50 being the subject of official enquiry, in which he had, he alleged, taken part as steward. Mr. Anderson unhesi tatingly declared the statement a fiction, and as Mr. Bowden was not prepared to support ...

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VICTORIAN SPORTING. Melbourne, September 27. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

VICTORIAN SPORTING. Melbourne, September 27. ? Fairfield, the celebrated steeplechaser, is to be sent to compete at AuteuiL J. Spillan is to ride him. LATEST SCRATCHINGS. Melbourne, September 30. The latest scratchSefl for the V.A.T.C. Spring meeting are: — Debutante Stakes Light of the Age. Juvenile Stakes— Cotton. Caulfield Guineas— Tir, Freda, Surmise, and Sleevelink. Caulfield Cup — Grenadier and Blue Peter. Toorak Handicap— Babel, Sioux, Count Herbert, The Possible, Bessie Macarthy, Pounamu, Grenadier, and Blue Peter. V.R.C. Spring meeting— Maroon and First Queen. Melbourne, October L V.A.T.C. Spring Meeting. — Caulfield Guineas— Melema. Caulfield Cup — Hor tensius, Bob Ray, and Hchester. Toorak Handicap— Melema, Hortensius, and New man. , V.R.C. Spring Meeting. — Melbourne Cup— Hortensius. . D. Fitzroy does not intend to take Monas tery and First Master back to South Aus tralia before he has tried his luck at some of the suburban meetings. Melbourne, October 2. Scratchings V.A...

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Wit and Humor. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

[?] After the G aid 3X Pahtv. r ?. ? . Clacde — 'May I- have the pleasure of see s. ;?:. :???'?; -'ins you home, JlisSiFJorrie'r' Flohrie— *' Qh, ccrtaiuly. There's the hill / .. juat ii) front, or if you prefer it you might climb the tree in the back, but cjo anywhere so ;? that you }?et a perfect view. I shali be^tartiiur ? in a few minutes.' Hairdresser— 'Yes, I pride myself on the : fact that all the fajse hair which I sell is thoroughly genuine.' 'Dora must; have suffered some terrible disappointment. One never sees her smile now. What is the matter':' 'Two front teeth pullet!.' Father (to the anxious cue)— 'Do you think you can live in peace with my daughter?'' Suitor— 'I am sure I can.' Father — 'That is more than we, her parents, were ever able to do. Take her, my sou, you are more than 'welcome.' ' How much are these goods a yard ?' said a gentleman at a large draper's ehop the other 3bv, as he picked up -and examined a piece of ruffled sillt. ' Good gracious,' cried the ho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

OF PURE VEGETABLE INGREDIENTS AND FREE ffebfti MERCURY. The Safest and Best Family Aperient. In uso everywhere ove? Ninety year fo.1 Livs.1 Ccmplaent, Bjie, -Indigestion. Heartburn, Acidity, and Sick Headache. Tho O-dcs\ and Best Family Medicine. In uso emonqst all Classes. CAN BE OBTAINED THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. In Boxes at is. i£d., 2s. gd., 4s. 6d., us., 22s. 4, Gt. Ormond St., London, W.C. Rougkeas Reugkeas BOTLgke&g Bougkaas EEEBS ? — I £t Contains OttO. I5»W*A ' ? as VINOLIA &O APS-A11 prices. VINOLI A SHAVING STICKS & CAKES. VINOLIA CREAM— For Insect Bites, Prickly Heat, end Sunburn; and VINOLIA POWDER for the Complexion. n xo S. Ss ££. HARRIS. -gUompesition% ; BJ\ thcni^iherthePt^cFteJin»Ji«nd AMI fgaSfcv j^ome&ffiikrrt'jWresSt MM if/ BRITISH \ II Polishing A |J\ PAzfe, &ffcfi7J/assesaiffadovis //$ ?WATBHPEO0I'. In Constant Use for 60 Years throughout the United Kingdom* Sold by all Saddlers, Ironmongero, and Storekeepers. Money. jf^OXXO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

MACASSAR OIL Preserves, Strengthens, Beautifies the .Hair, prevents -. -?? baldness, eradicates scurf, and produces a luxuriant growth. Authorities all positively assert that oil is - absolutely necessary to nourish and preserve Uie hair ; therefore use Rowland's Macassar Oil ; also - in a golden color for fair-haired children and ladies. ROWLAND'S ODOTO A pure, fragrant, non-gritty tooth pgwder.; tywhiteus . . {lie teeth, prevents and arrests decay', strengthens _ the gums and sweetens the breath. Ask 'Druggists and Stores for Rowland's articles, of 20, Katton Garden, . London, England, and avoid cheap poisonous iniita- - ons. xl-il:53D2 ? Pimples, blotches, blackheads,, red, rough, and oily skin, pre vented by Cuticura Soap, the most effective skin purifying and beauti fying soap in the world. The only preventive of pimples, because the only preventive of inflammation of' the pores. Sold throug'nout the world. Price, 25 c.. Prepared by the Potter Drug & Cheuicas Corporatio...

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The Contributor. POLITICS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, September 21, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

^Ift €0uttihiit@i:.; % POLITICS IN NEW SOUTIL WALES. [Frcm a Correspondent.] ?' Svduev. September 21. lS!)r-. My last report on the political affairs of this colony was published in your i?,-sn« of Septem ber 0 and brought the record of Parliamentary doings up toihe introduction of the Land and' Income Tax Assessment. Bill by the lt-/id Government. The question at issue was — Would tho Government ::.SHoiit to an alteration in the Bill of the previous session, or would ? they insist uixm the whole Bill and .nothinc bat the liill which the Council had rejected l-eiore the dissolution ? Well, the Government, being pressed by tcme to give some option in the matter of exemptions, introduced the resolutions in sr.ch a manner that a vote could be taken upon the exemptions, and announced that th«y would be guided accordingly. O; course as a result the exemptions of the last Parliament were inserted, being supported in various ways and for a variety of reasons, the more vigorous followers of...

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THE REVENUE RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

THE REVENUE RETURNS. The financial year 1895-6 has opened, on ..:?... the whole,, faw»ably.:;.Iti»ilkbe: seen, by theapproximate revenue returns appear ing «lse where that the receipts for the September quarter, ended oh Sept. 30, . amounted to £528,712, an increase cf . £14,034: on the income for the corre sponding period of the previous year. It is true that the September quarter in 1894-5 showed -a decrease, of £35,607 ? - on ? the . figures for - the opening . three months of 1893-4, £14,505 of this shortage occurring in rail ways and £12,351 in territorial receipts. Unfortunately last quarter the railways went further to the bad to a considerable extent, and the land revenue, instead of ...... improving, was just a trifle worse. Taking all the revenue-producing depart ments in conjunction, however, the net result of the three months' operations affords ground for satisfaction. The September quarter is of course the least productive of the year. The actual revenue for 1894-5 was...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

She— 'I love football ; I think it's jolly 1' Heu Husband— 'Do you think football is a proper game for women, Frank^ old fellow ?' Fiiank — ' Just the thing for some women.' The Husband — 'Would you allow your wife to play it ?' Feank — ' No ; but I'd encourage hermother to go in for it.'

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The Chronicle. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1895. THE SAVINGS BANK AND THE CREDIT FONCIER. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1895. TEE SAVINGS BANK AND THE CREDIT FONCIER. Just two months ago we referred to the manner in which the proposal of the Go vernment to utilise the ^Savings Bank machinery for State advances was seriously prejudicing the Credit Foncier. scheme. The Ministry were not to blame. It was no fault of theirs that an impres sion had been created that they wanted not only the Savings Bank machinery but the Savings Bank deposits. The Bill itself was a complete refutation of that libel. But, though there was no ground whatever for misunderstanding, the fact of its existence remained. The Credit .Foncier is of the essence of the Bill ; the Savings Bank provisions, if we except that for a Government guarantee of the deposits, were for the most part auxiliary. The State advances were to be made from an independent fund to be raised by the issue of mortgage bonds, according to tried and proved Credit Foncier principles. No Savings Bank money was ll^be used for that ptLrpose. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

'Clarke's World-famed Bu,ei Mixture' is a guaranteed cure for all Blood and Skin Diseases. It fe the most searching blood cleanser ever discovered, and it will free the system from all impurities from whatever causa arising. For Scrofula, Scurvy, Eczema, Bad Legs, Sores and Pimples of all kinds its effects are marvellous. Thousands of Testimonials. Sold everywhere at 2s. M. r-er bottle. Beware of worthless imitations &Dd substitutes. bfx7cd1

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METEROLOGICAL NOTES. Friday, October 4. GENERAL REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

METEOROLOGICAL MOTES. Friday, October 4. General Remarks. Indications of approaching unsettled weather in this colony are becoming more pronounced. Under the combined influence of the south coast and mon soondl low pressure waves noted yesterday, we have northerly winds this morning all over the colony from tha south to the north coast, showing a .com plete break up of the 6outli-east trades in the in terior. Over the eastern half of the continent barome ters are still high— a large high pressure system covering the eastern colonies and the ocean beyond New Zealand, and weather generally is reported fine.' Fobbcasts— Forecast of probable weather from Friday afternoon till Saturday night. Issued at 1.15 p.m. . Over South Australia.— For the present fine and warm, with moderate to strong north-east and north winds; barometers will fall, however, and clouds beiriu to gather from the westward, and. it will pro-. bably be dusty and unpleasant in parts. Later thundery conditions are likel...

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THE CHAMPION CYCLIST. ARRIVAL OF MR. ZIMMERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

THE CHAMPION CYCLIST. ARRIVAL OP filtt. ZIMMERMAN, Mr. A. A. Zimmerman, the world's cham pion cyclist, accompanied by his wife and Mr. G. Watford, his manager, arrived by the R.M.S. Oruba on Tuesday. Early in the morning ho was given a welcome by a number of cyclists and others. Few names famous in the learned professions or in the arts and sciences are as widely known as that of Mr. Zimmerman, whose performances on the' ? wheel -have been' unparalleled. What Zimmerman did was enough to set the - fashion more tlian. oircc in cycling matters, apd it is not surprising therefore to find that one who has done bo much to make cycling, deservedly popular as it is, still more so, has been welcomed to Australia with tho customary warm-heartedness of the people of this southern land. The intelligence that he was coming out to Australia by the Oruba was enough to draw enthusiastic 'wheelmen to the steamer at all the ports of call en route from London, and his receptions everywhere were most c...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

' ?_'. .? ; TO CORRESPONDENTS. ??'- ?? '?'?' fj 'Warwick,' Glenelg.— The Melbourne Divorce ? ' fMurt sits on the let of November. ' '?Dailt Reader.'— Dr. London, North-terrace. 'Joswce,' Port Pine, complains of the judging of - - «onie of the art exhibits at the late show, and finds ;. ?-; JajAt^Kirticulavly with the awards for fiower painting, ^- jwhich tie Btates showed favoritism. . ? -'.?.;.' ffijp^t^ L.^f-Axmm,^ Mbrgaii.-4. Give tne - following -pill Ipf^sl:;; ' . iu^tiiid tuorning- :— Obtain fromachemistliydrastin ^g;^ '''''5-' 2 grains, sulphate of iron 3- do., sulphate of copper 3 P^^-V:.-.-.'daL,'''^wderM-iiaifeiiiieiS do., oil of copabia24 do., 9& ?-,::'.:,.- - T«*tetidn turutnfine and powdered magnesia, of each ats^''-' ^sufficIehcytoBiake24piIte.Take;2oz. of sulphate |^S-; '-.i. ???*sr3ton'-cpppenwO ??'dtoolve. in half a pint of bcP.ing ?%£*:'. -', - witer^indaddatablespoonful to each pintof drinking: p;-'-.:' ? '' V - .Water.' Isolate 'all affected birds, as the...

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THE WOOL TRADE. BRIGHT PROSPECTS. VIEWS OF MR. MITCHELL. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

THE WOOL TRADE. BRIGHT PROSPECTS. VIEWS OF MR. MITCHELL. Mr. E. F. Mitchell, who went to England on business connected with the reconstruction of the firm of Messrs. Goldsbrough, Mort, & Co., returned to Australia by the R.M.S. Oniba oa Tuesday. With reference to tho British wool market ho said — 'The feeling in London i;- that there will be a further rise in prices — not a very large one it may be, but still steady until the end of tho year. The feeling is very strong in this direction, and it is thought that the rise may even continue into the beginning of next year. The rise is to be attributed partly -to improvement in trade, particularly in the United States. 'There would ha.ve.been a rise inconsequence of this in any case, but there will be, it is estimated, a considerable fihorfcxge in the clip ia New South WnleB on account of the drought, and this is Jilso having an effect in hardening prices. Last year was especially a good one, both as regards the season and the yi...

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CONTENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

. , ?'.:,: ' CONTENTS. :?}?*? ^AdvMUementB .. .. .. J,?,3,8,44,45,4C,47,-48 ::'.-.? Correspondence.. .. .... .. .. 3 . ? 'llMftoB'. .v .. .. ? .. 4 , ? liiw Courts .. .. -.'. .. .. .. 4 ? ???'?. . .fiWppin^Kewis .. ... ' ? ? 6 ??.?'-..': CWnmerciol ? ? 6 -?'*' ? Births, Marriage^ and JJeatlas .. .. - : .. 7 .:. 8e3ar and Lunar Calendar ? 8 . . ' a&Correspondente .. .. .. .. .. 8 : Xcadere'. — The Savings Bank and the Credit '???-? ? - Fonder — Revenue Returns— English Politics .. 8 '*Be'Week~.V ? ' .. 9 'JBpUntry News ..' ? 10—20 \3Geiegraphic Nev\-s ? 11—21 JUfiinS News ? 12 |Sineral News ? 13—20 ' -iWo 'Parliament .. '.. '.. .. .. 16—24 liSzti News.— Anglo-Colonial Letter— American 'TSxiter ? ? 25 *JsWct Councils 2 .. ? 27 : - sfeTiculture. — Government Land Sales— Land J;^Joard Meetings — Forthcoming Shows— Notes — ? ? ? ^SSowzo Tie up a Fleece — The Dairy Industry — . . VBainfall for September— Bureaus . . 27-S horticulture.— Gardening for the Week— Notes. . 29 ;?.??-'. ...

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The Enterviewer. MR. MICHAEL DAVITT. VIEWS ON VILLAGE SETTELEMTNS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA COMPLIMENTED. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

^iie Interbkfoer. MR. MICHAEL DAVrITT. VIEWS ON VILLAGE SETTLE MENTS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA COMPLI MENTED. Mr. Michael Davitt sp^nt a couple of days in Adelaide this week breaking his journey to Perth, whither he proceeded by the E^M.S. Ormuz on Wednesday. He was met in the train at Port Adelaide on Tuesday evening by an Advertiser representative as he was about to board the .steamer. Questioned first of all as to the comparative merits of the Australian village settlements hesaid : — ' The experiment appears to be ending m failure in all the other colonies as far as I can see. That is- the Go vernments of the other colonies appear to have shown less desire than the Government of South Australia to settle these people on good land, consequently in Queensland, New South Wales, aud Victoria the settlements have broken down. When questioned in tho other colonies about the settlements up on the Murray I liad to say that South Australia had gone to work earnestly in the matter and had taken ca...

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LUNAR AND SOLAR CALENDER—OCTOBER. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

i ;LtKAJttAJ«-BOLAB CALENDAR-OCTOBER. .?- .,.*?-*? -''.* »? - Phases orniBMoov. * - - _ MmUtHfn _„, .. .. 4lh day, 7h. 48m. a.tn. - %I*tt-}Uarter ? 31th day, Uh. 86m. pta , wejfl(opii ? 18Lhtiaj,8h 10m. p.m. ?-1 , ^'^|nrt-^aarter .*?. ? 25th-Iay,8h ton. p.m. -* '- »i «.«* nni. Sun Bon Woon Moon' ^ - .. ' ©»)«. . Date. Hse& KU lfce8l (tl& -W^i— id' i'-'i''1-- ?''-???;-;?- ? ?«.».. run. .p.m.- 'a.m. ':'«-: i^RlMdajr ; „'. 1 C.24 6.47 8.26 4. ?t%.'~- '?-i'Jmg4i&8&t& ? v. '-*? 6-28 .6:48 4.22 4.24 Sr*S-?Sb4jMd«jr^ i. 8 6.21 6.48 6,17 4.47 fp.'i.HK^ .. , .. 4 6.20 6.49 - 6.14 6.9 WZZyJgEmmia ?''.'. -s sw 6.eo 7.1s 6.84, sfeiSJ^K&iaiiy.. .'.''-« 6.17 6.61 ., 8J16 ? «.l ^&3B5m&..',- -'.. 7 6.18 5.62 9.10 6.32 *? :& ,. fSeriar ' .; 8 6.14 6.62 1022 7il3 i ?-?*??- Wednesday ? fl ? 6.18 6 68 11.24 7.58 1 -' -attWay'' .; 10 .6.12 £U 11.46 8.45 -:'-'-'? ''Wtmkf ..''.. II 6:il 6.56 n.m.^1 9.47 ». »turd»y .; 12 6.10 6.65 1.16...

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AMERICAN HOTEL BLOWN UP. VISITORS BURNED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

AMERICAN HOTEL BLOWN UP. ? m ? ?? VISITORS BURNED TO DEATH. The Gumrp Hotel at Denver, U.S.A., a five stcry building, was wrecked by an explosion on August 18. Half the building immediately collapsed. The explosion and the fire which followed were caused by the carelessness of an engineer, who was intoxicated at the time, in turning cold water into tho -hot boilws. The engineer himself escaped. Although the rescue parties succeeded in helping some i)ersons to extricate themselves from the debris iramedi- ; ately after the explosion the quickly- ' spreading flames coon put a stop to all such eii'orts, and those .who had for a short time been able to assist a few to cscapowere then-eomxjelled to watch men and women, whom they could see but not reach, : beingburned, shrieking tojdeath. One man ' was recovered still alive, after having been horribly burned, while' jammed between some ' of the fallen timbers. The Gumry Hotel ati P cover was formerly used as a place of enter r j tainment,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 5 October 1895

Special Advertisements. IMP ORTMT AMODNCEHENT LOOKOUT FOR Stoddard's Portfolio of Photographs. - Containing 260 Photographs of the HOST INTEEESTINO PLACES in the WORLD. READY SHORTLY. Full Particulars in Future Advertisements. J. L. BONYTHON & CO., ^, The Advertiser Offices, ,..?_ . ; .'. ' . .-... .- ? ..; ?'.'? ,'??:,-?..:-?' 'AidelBidp. ; Special Advertisements. BOBBIE & CO.'S SPRAY PU^IPS bavejuet taken FIRST PRIZK at Port AugiieUx over their two competitors. Send for catalogue ? l230wjcxl264c We have this day taken mto Partnership Mr. W. H. B. Porter^ late Manager Natioiial Bank of Australasia, .North Adelaide. The business will . mi future be conducted under the style or firm of ?' Wilkinson, Harrison, d- Poiter^' Stock and £-hare Brolcrs, Mining Agents, dc. WILKINSON $ HAIiRlSOX, Broken HvU ', Cfutmbert, King William street, Adelaide. October 1, 1S9S. ? L27C-S2 278 ! Two Stepping Stones! to consumption are ailments ive often deem trivial — a cold .and a cough....

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