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THE SILVER ROBBERY. I LONDON, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

THE SILVER ROBBERY. London, October 10. The manager of the (Jierkenwell branch business of Messva. Eikington & Co., the great eilverjilate manufacturers, whose head quarters are iu Birmingham, has been arrested on a charge of being connected with the late robbery of silver ingots from a train at the St. Pancras railway-station. The police officers while executing a search warrant found 6ome of the stolen silver on his premises.

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TURKISH TROUBLES. LONDON, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

TURKISH TROUBLES. London, October 10. It is reported from' Vienna that Russia la massing troops on the Caucasus frontier in readiness to. march into Armenia should the British fleet appear off Constantinople. London, October 17. It is announced that the Porte has agreed to accept the scheme of reform in the government of Armenia proposed by the Powers, and it i expected that the Sultan of Turkey will imme diately issue an irado sanctioning the appoint ment of three Europeans upon tho committee of control. It is reported that the Moslem populace are strongly opposed to the granting of the pro posed reforms, and that seditious notices are being issued, threatening that their introduc tion will result in the overthrow of the Othman dynasty.

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TERRIBLE MARINE DISASTER. LONDON, October 17. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

TERRIBLE MARINE DISASTER. London, October 17. Intelligence has been received of a. terrible explosion which occurred on board a transport ship at Kin-chau, a Chinese Koaport town situated in the province of Shiiig-King. Full particulars of the disaster have not yet been received, but it is reported that COO lives have been lost.

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GENERAL BOOTH IN NEW ZEALAND. Auckland. October 13. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

GENERAL BOOTH IN NEW ZEALAND. Auckland. Octoiber 13. General Booth waited on tho Minister of Labpr on Saturday, explained the social aspect of the work connected with a place of refuge after imprisonment, and expressed a desire to carry out a similar institution in New Zealand. The Minister promised that the Government would do all tliey could to encourage euch a erood work, and asked General Booth to sub mit a definite scheme which the pabinet could consider. It is thought probable that the . general will inaugurate a scheme here, taking advantage of the provisions of the Land Act.

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TASMANIAN PARLIAMENT. Hobart, October 11. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

TASMANIAN PARLIAMENT. _._... ... Hobart, October 11. k l he Bill providing for the extension of the railway from Waratah to Zeehan Iiob passed .?; its final stages. The Ministers hope to dose ,1 the session on Wednesday, and then adjourn h for six weekB, pendingthe decision of the other '.i colonies, who are dealing with the Federal i Enabling Bill, before proceeding with tho ' measure. ? Hobart. October 16. The Legislative Council to-day rejected a ; Bill for the amalgamation of the Stock and Agri cultural departments. The Assembly decided ?.-? to relieve the Van'Diemen's Land Bank from the payment of £6,000 interest.

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ALLEGED ILLEGAL SETTING. A RAID IN MELBOURNE. Melbourne, October 13. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

ALLEGED ILLEGAL BETTING. A RAID IN MELBOURNE. Melbourne, October IS. s On Saturday the detectives and police raided the shop of Messrs. Humphrey Oxen- : ham and Edward Nathaniel Abrahams, book:- - makers, the latter being known as 'The Count,' and they arrested Abrahams, who described himself as a commission agent ; Daniel Twohill and George Coletnau, clerks ; Samuel Allen, a commission agent ; and C. D. O'Halloran, solicitor. Messrs. Oxcnham and Abrahams have been carrying on business as bookmakers for some time at 3G6, Collins street. But it is alleged that they were ' bo discreet in their transactions that the ' :. police had to resort to strategy to ._? trap them. Detective-Sergeant Gleeson sent C: five letters from different parts of the colony enclosing money to back different horses for the Caulfield Cup. The letters were duly acknowledged, and the wagers completed. Then a raid was decided upon with the result stated. Abrahams will be charged with being the occupier of a comm...

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THE AUSTRALASIAN STABBING CASK. Sydney, October 11. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

THE AUSTRALASIAN STABBING CASE. Sydney, October 11. At the Central Criminal Court to-day James McLean, a half-caste, was charged with the murder of Henry Coulson en tho ship Aus tralasian on .September 25, Evidence was given to the same effect as the previous reports of thi6 stabbing affray. The jury brought in a ver dict of manslaughter, with a recommendation to mercy. The judge concurred, and the prisoner was remanded for sentence. Sydney, October 15. James McLean, found guilty of the man slaughter of Henry Coulson on the ship Aus tralasian, was to-day sentenced to three years n gaol. Mr. Justice Backhouse stated that if sureties could be found for tho prisoner's {rood behavior he would recommend a remission of a portion of the sentence.

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ANTHRAX IN NEW ZEALAND. Hobart. October 11. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

ANTHRAX. IN NEW ZEALAND. :'% _. _ Hobart. October 1L -'^-i The Premier of New Zealand has advised Sii Edward Braddon that an' outbreak of anthrax '???- has occurred amougst the cattle of a farmer in '- the Waikato provincial district The adjoin ing owner removed two of the carcasses to feed ~ his pigs, with the result that 19 died. In an intermediate paddock through which a cart with the carcasses passed three calves were running, and they also died. The farms have been declared infected, and every precaution is being taken to prevent the spread of the disease. The only source from which it is supposed that the disease originated k im-, ported ground bones, with which the paddock received a liberal dressing some months ago.

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LORD AND LADY BRASSEY. Albany, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

LORD AND LADY BRASSEY. - » Albany, October 16. At the banquet to the Governor-designate of Victoria last night the toast of 'Lord Brassey's health' was proposed by the Mayor. He said Alhasiy often had the honor of receiving distinguished visitors to Australia, but to none bad they extended a heartier welcome than the guest of the evening. Lord Brassey, in responding, said he was gratified at his' reception, also at the manner iu which his appointment had been received in England and the colonies. He stated that he had come with the intention of doing the best possible for Victoria and Australasia as a whole. He referred to tho benefits which would arise from Imperial federation. He said that although the British navy had lately been much increased he did not believe that there was any desire by the public men in England that the Australian* subsidy should be increased. The colonies had provided largely for their own defences, and had thus relieved England. If Australia efficiently d...

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GOLD IN THE EAST. Wilcannia, October 11. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

GOLD IN THE EAST. Wilcaunia, October 11. Twenty-five tons of stone taken from House's Reward claim at Little Bendigo, in the Mil parinka district, and crushed, jit Warratta by a very old plant, yielded 122 oz. of gold and 9S oz. of amalgam. It is anticipated that the parcel will aro altogether aliout 150 oz. of pure gold. It is intended to bag the tailings and dispatch same to Adelaide for treatment with a view of ascertaining if any gold is lost by the local battery. The opinion is freely expressed that the field will turn out a second Coolgardie. Considerable excitement prevails, and holders of syndicate sliares are reluctant to sell at any price. Melbourne, October 11. The Minister of Mines has received a telegram from the warden at Wcdderburn to the effect that Messrs. Shaw & Sons, of Potter's Hill retf, have crushed three tons of stone, which yielded 350 oz. 15 dwt.

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CENTRAL YORKE'S PENINSULA RACING CLUB. Minlaton. October 15. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

CENTRAL YORKE'S PENINSULA RACING CLUB. Minlaton. October 15. The annual meeting of the Central Yorke'a Peninsula Racing Club was held at Boord's Hotel on Tuesday, October 15. Mr. R. A. Ford was in the chair. The secretary's report was read and adopted. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year :— Presi« dent, Mr. R. A. Ford; vice-presidenta, Messrs. D. G. Teichelmann and J. Cudmore ; committee, Messrs. S. Boord, Joseph Correll, J. Vierk, James Homier, Charles Willing, F. W. Luxinore, John Kerr, James Lewis, and W. Jewera : honorary secretaries, Messrs. J. Boord and J. Vierk.

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A QUEENSLAND TRAGEDY. MURDER OF AN INDIAN. Brisbane, October 15. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

A QUEENSLAND TRAGEDY. MURDER OF AN INDIAN. Brisbane,. October 15. A tragedy occurred at Warwick to-day. Shortly before noon Fuzzledean, an Indian hawker, ran amuck with a revolver and shot another Indian hawker dead. After firing at a second Indian Fuzzledean ran down the main street brandishing the revolver. Sergeant O'Loan attempted to arrest the man, who fired two shots at him without effect. Sergeant McNamara then appeared on the scene, and was shot in the foot by the maniac. The officers, however. gripped their man, and after a most exciting tussle got him to the station. During the fight Constable Cantrill fired at, but missed the murderer. It was impossible for the police to use their weapons with effect owing to the presence of a number of bystanders and the mixed nature of the melee. It is believed that jealousy about an Indian woman is the cause of the niurder. ?

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DEATH OF MR. W. MILES. Melbourne. October 15. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

DEATH OF MR. W. MILES. Melbourne. October 15. Grief will be felt at the news of the death of Mr. Walter Miles, aged 31 years, eon of Mr. E. Mile6 (chief clerk of the Victoria Racine Club}. The deceased was well known ana highly esteemed in racing circles, having filled ' , a responsible position in the office of the! : club for years.- He was attacked by influenza \ b, few days ago, and died at 6 o'clock thiB ' evening. y

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SMELTING COMPANY OF AUSTRALIA. MR. J. HOWELL INTERVIEWED. Sydney, October 15. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

SMELTING COMPANY OF AUSTRALIA. MR. J. HOWELL INTERVIEWED. Sydney, October 15. Mr. John Howell, formerly manager of tho Broken Hill Proprietary mine, arrived at Sydney to-day after a tour through England and America, He is the chief mover iu the Smelting Company of Australia, particulars of whose proposed enterprise has been lately given in the cablegrams received in Adelaide from London. Mr. Howell was able to impart a large amount of additional information as to the work of the company. It holds 300 acres of land at Lake Illawarra , and an allied syndicate intends to make a safe harbor at the spot Until this harbor is formed the company will use part of the Wollongong Smelting Company s property. The company will also purchase right out sul phide and other ores reckoned as being too re fractory for payable treatment, and by im proved processes hopes to make a profit out of them. Mr. Howell states that the company will not undertake ore-reducing for a price or percentage return, but...

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THE WESTERN GOLDFIELDS. Coolgardie, October 12. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

THE WESTERN GOLD FIELDS. Cool&rardie. October 12. The Kingsley Hill property, six miles south of Broad Arrow, has been sold to a London and South African company, of which the Right Hon. Cecil Rhodes is managing director. The price is ' large and it is given with a big interest in the lode, which is 53 ft. wide. Four different asEayers in Coolgardie gave results varying from \\ to 30 oz. to the ton. Mr. John Mar shall negotiated the sale on behalf of the pros pectors, Messrs. Kingswood and party. A number of admirers are going out to meet Mr. Davitt this afternoon and drive him into the town, when there will be a private recep tion, ' though it is thought Mr. Davitt may make an address from the balcony of the Victoria Hotel. A public reception will be accorded him to-morrow morning. The clearing up of the debris of the fire has begun and some of the people who are burnt out intend rebuilding immediately. The warden has absolutely refused to allow any hessian structure of any...

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CAULFIELD CUP ACCEPTANCES. Melbourne, October 14. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

CAULFIELD CUP ACCEPTANCES. Melbourne, October 14. The following are the acceptors for the Caulfield Cup:— Havoc Hova The Admiral Devon The Possible Alias Quiver strain Preston Solanum Music Trenchant lionnie Scotland Newman Eirk'sfordc Brilliant J5 Aureus Bradford Chest orrnan Alpine Hopscotch Monastery . Turanaki Burrabari ltoyal Master Damper Ayrshire Duhallow Division Mischief Heroine Ktrahan Lord Richmond Mlraculeu:; Waterfall Trcnthain Lena Te Whiti Toreador Daniieu

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V.A.T.C. HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

V.A.T.C. HANDICAPS. The following weights have been issued in connection with the second day of the V.A.T.C. Spring meeting :— NURSERT HANDICAP. Four and a half furloncrs. st, lb. Thunder Queen .. 9 9 Norroy .. ..9 4 Le Var .. ..9 0 Itaak ? 8 12 Dowry .. .. S 11 l'luvius .. .. 8 10 Bright Eyes . . 8 9 Ariki .. ..8 0 Coil ? 8 7 Ciimla .. ..8 7 Hangi .. ..8 7 Contempt .. ..8 6 Bertram .. ..8 5 Iiubold .. ..8 5 Arajoel ., ..8 4 Flintlock .. .. 8 3' Kur.gulandai ..8 2 Bt. lb. Moonlvong.. .. 8 2 Rill .'. .. ..8 2 Lente .. ..8 2 Constant .. .. S 2 Aphorist .. ..8 0 Exchange .. .. 7 11 Ammunition .. 7 9 Miss Carbine .. 7 8 Kcwhaven .. .. 7 S First Master . . 7 7 Defender .. ..7 0 Bouvardia .. .. 7 6 E.\v ? 7 5 Ganymede .. .. (i 10 Tulip .. .. 6 10 Qualify .. .. IS 1 SECO.VD HA.VDIOAP STEEPLECIIA6E. About two and a quarter miles and 300 yards. Floater .. .. la 5 Claret .. .. 12 7 Dart ? 12 3 Mon Ami . . . . 12 0 Moondah .. . . 11 12 Komsdal .. . ll 11 Campaspe .. .. 11 7 Geometry .. .. 11 0...

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MENTONE RACES. Melbourne, October 15. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

MENTONE RACES. Melbourne, October 15. A delightful afternoon was spent to-day at Mentone. the pleasure being enhanced by means of well-backed horses — four favorites and two second favorites — winning. The results were :— Hukdle Race.— Monkey, 1 ; Lord Byron. 2 ; Reindeer, 3. Trial Handicap.— Ordinary, 1: Beggar man, 2 ; Grimace, 3. Welter Handicap.— Morgan, 1 ; Sioux, 2 ; Division, 3. Hurdle and Steeplechasers' Flat Race. — Willyaina, 1; Laplander, 2; Lady Wel lington, 3. Mentone Handicap. — Duhallow, 1 ; Strahan, 2 ; Te Whiti, 3. Flying Handicat.— Swagman, 1; Cobalt, 2 ; Grand Brig, 3. ? ... ? ^ ? -i

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LATE EDITION Latest News. GENERAL CABLE NEWS LONDON, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

LATE:' EDITION Latest News. GENEBA.L CABLE NEWS O ? [BV BTJBJIAKINE CABLE.] ? 0 ? {From our own Correspondent.! London. Ootober 16. Colonel Gerard Smith, the Governordesig nate of West Australia, is to be banqueted in London on Tuesday, November 5. Mr. Gladstone, in a message sent to a corre spondent in the United btates, gives the opinion that when America adopts a free-trade policy it will become the greatest commercial Power in the world, and will acquire 60 per cent, of the world's carrying trade. Lonhon, October 17. A report has been received from St. Peters burg to the effect that the Russian Government will shortly mint 100,000,000 roubles. The allotment of shares has taken place in connection with the Ballarat Steiglitz District Gold Mining Company, which was recently floated with a capital of £(55,000, shares to ihe amount of £50,000 being offered to the public.

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V.R.C. MEETING. GENERAL ENTRIES. Melbourne, October 14. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

V.R.C. MEETING. GENERAL ENTRIES. Melbourne, October 14 Appended are the V.R.C. general entries : — Fibst Day— Novembeh 2. Seneschal Sunray Cabin Boy Broth erton Phyllis The Chevalier Cleric Hopscotch Newman Erl King Trenchant Challenger Taronaki Music The Admiral Devon Delaware Emmalea Reconstruction Eiridsforde Brilliant J5 Music Quiver Straight tOre Kirkby Taurus Happy Jack IKIAL STABE8. Acton Crest Sioux Vindication Marusa Monard Rosclla Trentside Trenthora bt. David OTrigger The Heroine Disfigured Baiu Marie WKLHOUHKE STAKES. Dreamland Chesterman Atlas ' Grenadier Trentham Klewick Quiver I Hova Brockleigh ' Patron Rewi Georgic Havoc Bradford Vivian Preston Bruin The Trier BOTH AM HANDICAP. Palo Alto : Aureus ; Mostyn . : The Possible ; Vivian Strahan ] Burrabari J The Heroine ' Royal Master ] Damper ] The Trier I Newman liedcourt Laura Bonnie Scotland roreador Damien Monastery IVdlf Foxtail Mischief Oxide Callum Mohr Acton Reconstruction Gcorgic Warfare Gehenna Solanum Surprise ...

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