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

Jack—' Going to the fancy ball V Geokse— ' Can't afford a costume.' Jack — 'Got a threadbare coati' Gkobge— ' Of course.' Jack—' ' And an old pair of baggy trousers V CHOUGH— ' Certainly.' Jack— 'Well, put them on and go as a jnlllioiiaire.' An open rebellion is threatened in Crete unless some redress of their grievances is made by the Turkish Governor.

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VICTORIAN SPORTING. Melbourne, October 14. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

VICTORIAN SPORTING. Melbourne, October 14. Lindsforde did not display any lameness as he trotted on the tan at 1'lemington this morn ing. Patron made his reappearance on the tracks this morning and seemed much better after his enforced absence. Nothing worthy of note v.-as done on the Flemington tracks. This morning at Caul field Music beat Rinsr Orry and Strahan over a mile on the sand, covered in 1 min. 50 fee. The withdrawal of Carnage from the Melbourne Cup will be a blow to backers, as the son of Nordenfeldt was well backed in doubles. Forty-one horses were to-day left in the CaulGcld Cup after the payment of final forfeits. That was the number which started for the Caul field Cup won by Grace Darling in 'So, when the never-to-be-forgotten scrimmage which brought down several hordes t^ok place. Royal Rose's absence is due to partial disloca tion of the hind leg, sustained in the Toorak Handicap, for which he is now under treat ment. The accident was unfortunate for his party, w...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CAULFIELD CUP. Melbourne, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

THE CAULFIELD CUP. Melbourne, October 16. Holmes is being retained to ride Eiridsforde in the Caulfield Cup. Mr. S. G. Cook had not decided to-night in whose hands he would trust The Admiral.

Publication Title: Chronicle
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THE ST. ALBANS DISTRIBUTION. TO TAKE PLACE POSITIVELY ON OCTOBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

THE ST. ALBANS DISTRIBUTION. TO TAKE PLACE POSITIVELY ON OCTOBER 24. Mr. W. R. Wilson has telegraphed us that, after arriving iu Melbourne and conferring with others who have tho management of the St. Albans distribution, it has been decided that the drawing shall positively take place on the date originally ' ^d. Thursday, October 1M. This announcement will no doubt cause the balanue of the unsold tickets to be quitted at a premium, as it is something unprecedented in the history of lotteries of this nature for tbe drawing to take placo on the date originally fixed.

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST SCRATCHINGS. Melbourne, October 14. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

LATEST SCRATCHINGS. Melbourne, October 14. V. A. T. C. — T* u reery Hand i cap — Glen coe, Thunder Queen, Dowry. Windsor Handicap — Birksgate, The Merry Girl, Laundress, and Creme d'Or. Steeplechase — Pyramid. V.B.C.— Melbourne Cup— Blue Peter, Car nage, Fusil, and Coolalta. Melbourne, October 1G. The latest scratchings are : — V.A.T.C. meetiug.— Second Steeple— Billy, Moondah, Westminster. Nursery Handicap — Cambria, Moonlvong, Ganymede, and Flint lock. Maiden Plate— Donster. Windsor Han dicap—Dally. V.ll.C. meeting.— Melbourne 'Cup— Aqua- rius.

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
V.A.T.C. SPRING MEETING. THE GUINEAS WON BY WALLACE. Melbourne, October 12. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

V.A.T.C. SPRING MEETING. {'\ THE GUINEAS WON BY WALLACE. Melbourne, October 12. -: The Caulfield Cup meeting, which marks tlie commencement of the great racing carnival :'?' of the year in Melbourne, was opened auspiciously at Caulfield on Saturday. In the ; morning the oppressive heat and Buarp gusts of dust suggested an unpleasant day, but the wind moderated early, and the after ;, noon on the heath was spent under almost perfect conditions as regards weather. The large and fashionable company which gathered in the paddock and grand stand seemed to ex ceed the average Guineas Day attendance, but ?the number hardly reached the total of last year, the shortage in receipts amounting to .xibout £100. His Excellency the Acting Governor (Sir John Madden), Lady Madden, and party, which included the members of Lord Brassey's staff, who reached Australia from England at the beginning of the month, arrived prior to the first event, and during the intervals in the racing the new arrivals , w...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HANDICAPPER TO THE V.A.T.C. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

HANDICAPPER TO THE V.A.T.O. Owing to the retirement of Mr. Barnard into private life the V.A.T.C. have had some difficulty in selecting a successor to the veteran handicapper, but on Saturday it was announced that their choice had fallen upon . Mr, J. Vowles. This gentleman has long been before the Victorian sporting public as handi capper to a number of clubs, and the choice thus made by the V.A.T.C. committee ap* pears to be a very good one.

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. Melbourne, October 17. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

INTERCOLOK IAL HEWS. Melbourne, October 17. Probate duty amounting to £14.374 was to-day paid on the will of the late Mr. T. IT. Jfanifold, whose estate was valued at £162.472. The foreman in charge of the calyx drill at Jumbuuua telegraphed to the Mines Depart ment to-day : — 'The drill has pierced asfiam of coal 2 ft. 3 in. thick at a depth of 80!) ft.' Sydney, October 17. The result of the Phillip election is :— Mr. Henry Copeland (protectionist), 423 votes ; Dr. Ralph Hodgson (freetrader), 303 votes; and Mr. James Wilson (labor), 1(53 votes. A daughter of Mr. Clarkson, a well-known farmer, committed suicide at Rylstone to-day hy taking poison. She said some love affair was the cause. An inquest Is to be held. At a late hour last night an alleged criminal assault took place. Margaret Scott, a domestic servant, says she was proceeding to her home at Raudwick at about 11 p.m. when she was accosted by a man, and after a short struggle he assaulted her. She communicated with the poli...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegraphic News. GENERAL CABLE NEWS. LONDON, October 12. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

^elepaphtc Jfetoa, GENERAL CABLE NEWS. ?o [by submabine cable.] o ? [From our own Correspondent,] London. October 12. Tbe Princess Adolphus of Teck (daughter of the Duke of Westminster) has given birth to a eon. The parents were married on December laiastyeaf. The Society for Promoting Christian Know ledge have voted the sum of £1,000 towards the endowment of a bishopric for the Northern Territory and New Guinea. Slatin Pasha, who some months ago escaped from captivity m the Soudan, lias been made a Companion of the Bath. The death is announced of Mr. Charles Day, a former proprietor of the South Australian Register. Death was due to influenza. London, October 18. Sir Algernon Borthwick, Bart, proprietor of the London Morning Post, has been raised to the peerage. The London branches of the Irish National League urge the expulsion from the party of Mr. Tim Healy, M.P. London, October 14. The Hon. John G. Carlisle, Secretary of the Treasury of the United States of America, speaking at...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BISHOP GIBNEY AT KALGOORLIE. Kalgoorlie, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

BISHOP G1BNE YATKA LGOORLIK Kaleroorlie, October 1G. . Bishop Gibney is here forming a Roman Catholic Church. He proposes to bring1 nursing sisters from Irelaud and to establish a hospital. ^___^_^__^___

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CENTRAL AGRICULTURAL BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

CENTRAL AGRICULTURAL BUREAU. The monthly meeting of the Central Agri cultural Bureau was held on Wednesday after noon, when there were present Messrs. F. E. H. W. Krichauff (chairman), T. Hardy, S. Qoode, C. J. Valentine, and A. Molineux /secretary). The finance committee reported that the expenditure to date was £165 8s. lid., and that : they had passed accounts to the amount of ! £133 Os. 44, making a total of £318 9s. 3d. 'for the four months' expenditure, nnd leaving the sum of only £381 10s. 9d. for the next eight montlis. Samples of Muscat, Gordo Blanco, and Black Malaga raisins, grown and dried by Mr. J. ; Braylcy, of Gladstone branch, were received. i These were tested by members, who praised : the flavor, but found the skin rather tough, i The Secretaey reported :— ] On several occasions we have had visitors from out elde the colonies enquiring as to prospects ot obtain ing supplies of the flinty wheats, rich in gluten, for the manufacture of macaroni and vermicelli. I have...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN EXCITING CHASE. TWO CRIMINALS RUN DOWN. Goolwa. October 17. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

AN EXCITING CHASE. *TWO CRIMINALS RUN DOWN. Goolwa. October 17. A very smart capture was effected this after noon by Police-trooper Banuigan after an exciting chase. The offender are John O'Brien and Thomas Mitchell, notorious criminals from Adelaide, who have been keeping the Police Force on the alert for the last v.eek. M.G. Bannigan got on their tracks this morning, \tp\ntr a, dftver bushman. When he sighted his men some exciting business commenced. Nearly a mile divided the officer and the . offenders. The iatter rode at a mad pace through the dense waliee scrub, but the superior mount of the trooper caught up, and . after a t\vo-mile race $ie men were captured at the point of a revolver. Mitchell declared that if his horse had not fallen he would. not have been taken alive. Credit is due to Trooper Bannigan for this smart capture.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRIENDLY SOCIETY FINANCIAL REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

FRIENDLY SOCIETY FINANCIAL REFORM. The Registrar of Friendly Societies in New Zealand, Mr. Edward Mason, has prepared a scheme of friendly society financial reform based on the assumption of tho concurrence and voluntary action of societies. In the course of his memorandum he observes: — 'Unless action be taken by the unsound socie ties, some members will receive their benefits in full, while the otherclaimants will have to go un satisfied. Reconstruction is therefore urgent, in order that all may be fairly treated. There is no possible means of escape from the unpalat able fact that all must thus accept a composi tion ; but this is fairer than that some should have their claims settled in full, and that others should receive nothing. Though a Bociety be unable to pay more than 10s. in the pound, yet, whatever the amount, it is just that all members should receive the same dividend. It is high time, also, that societies should cease to enrol members when it is certain that they will...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE COOLGARDIE FIRE. INQUEST CONCLUDED. Coolgardie, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

TEE COOLGARDIE FIRE. INQUEST CONCLUDED. Coolgardie, October 16. The enquiry into the origin of the late disastrous fire was completed by tho warden an'd a jury to-day. The jury found that the fire started in Mr. Hinde's ohambers, and cent sured Mr. Hinde's manager (Mr. White) for leaving the office with a kerosine lamp burning. They added recommendations that all lights be extinguished by occupants temporarily leaving buildings. So little having been saved from the fire, no deductions are beiug made by the insuraaca Qompanieg from the policies. mo

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MOUNT GRAINGER MINES. REPORTED RICH DISCOVERY. Petersburg, October 17, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

Mount grainger mines: REPORTED RICH DISCOVERY. Petersburg, October 17, 3p.in. Hews has just been received that a ncu loae lias been struck at the 50-ft. level of the Medora gold mine at Mount^jframger. I he i Btone shows coarse gold freely, and there is i every indication of the find proving valuable. About 9 tone of ore are already bagged, and will be sent away for treatment. Great in terest is manifested here in the new find, many residents being largely interested in the Mount * Grainger field. .

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MR. MICHAEL DAVITT. VISIT TO KALGOORLIE. Kalgoorlie. October 15. 9.30 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

MR. MICHAEL DAV1TT. VISIT TO KALGOORLIE. Kalgoorlie, October 15. 9.30 a.m. Mr. Michael Davittf ifcp., arrived here last night, and was tendered an enthusiastic recep tion. Three large drags went along the road to meet him, and he was publicly welcomed by the mayor. Mr. Davitt gave some good advice respecting the water question and now to ap proach the Government. He gave no reason tor the Government delay. To ensure a supply, ho said, only required the application of science. They would mostly bring the water from the rivers. He was tendered a banquet in the evening. Kalgoorlie, October 16, 2 p.m. On Tuesday Mr. Davitt went over the great mines. He will write his impressions for the Daily Chronicle and refuses to give them now. He left for Perth to-day.

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VICTORIAN PARLIAMENT. Melbourne, October 17. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

VICTORIAN PARLIAMENT. Melbourne, October 17. The Chief Secretary moved the second reading of the Factories Act in the Legisla lative Assembly this afternoon. He explained its provisions And objects, which have already been published. The principal object sought is to put down sweating as'faras is possible. De regulating any trade gazetted as one in which, sweating occurs. He detailed some experiences be had in sweating places as showing the great necessity for the stringent provisions in the BilL A comparatively short debate followed, members agreeing ia the main on the necessity for a BUI, but objecting to Eoma of the provisions. The Bill was read a second time, and was taken into committee pro forma The debate was resumed on the Com panies Bill, and the Bill was read a second ;ime. The House adjourned at 8.37 p.m. till Tuesday.

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VICTORIAN RACING. V.A.T.C. MEETING. TODAY'S EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

VKi{M»MM.; . V.A.T.0. MEETING. . , TODAY'S EVENTS. ;' FBy Mestob.1 ^ - The first day's racing of the Spring meeting at Caulfield last week did not eventuate in a manner to throw much light ou the probable results of the seooiid day's programme. The club were fortunate, in having a fine day and a good attendance, although not quite up to last year, the receipts showing a shortage of about £100. The acting-Governor and Lady Madden were present, and also the members of Lord Brassey's staff. The arrangements at Caulfield are very complete, and the lawns, stands, &c, present a very attractive appearance at this time of the year. The new secretary, the late Mr. Harrie Smith's successor, was naturally anxious to achieve a success with his first big meeting, and is to be congratulated upon getting so well through the venture. The Melbourne papers noticed the absence of a number of Adelaide sports men who annually attend the Caulfield gather ing, but many of whom are uow booming on t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LATEST SCRATCHINGS. Melbourne, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

LATEST SCKATCHINGS. Melbourne, October 16. V.A.T.C. Scratchings. — Second Steeple — Medicine, Edgar. Windsor Handicap— Mostyn.

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TIPS BY LEADING WEEKLIES. Melbourne, October 17. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

TIPS BY LEADING WEEKLIES. Melbourne. October 17. The following are the selections of the sport ing writers in the leading metropolitan weeldies :— 'Ribbleden,' in the Australasian. Maiden Plate.— Scobie's best, 1 ; Oscillator, 2; Vindication, 3. Nurtery Handicap. — Norroy or Coil, 1 ; Kobold, 2 ; The Bright Eyea, 3. CauHield Cup.— Hopscotch or Hova, 1; Trenchant, 2 ; Frestou or Bruin, 3. Second Steeplechase. — Komsdal or J.O.I., 1 ; Ckret, 2 ; Campaspe, 3. Belling Bace. — Grand Brig, 1 ; Swagnian, 2 ; Tassy, 3. Windsor Handicap.— Malunia, 1 ; Eniaun na-Knuck, 2 ; Bung Bung or Bacchus, 3. ' Asmodeus, ' iu the Leader. Maiden Plate.— Osiward, 1 j Acton and Damien the uext best. Nursery Handicap. — Ammunition or The Bright Eyes. Caulfield Cup. — Havoc, 1 ; to be followed houie.by Bruin, Hova, and At!as. Second Steeplechase. — Campaspe, 1 ; Geo metry, 2 ; Baltoro, 3. Selling Kace.— Grand Brig, 1; Swagnian the next best. Windsor Handicap.— Mr. W. R. Wilson's best. 'Caspian,' iii the Wccld...

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