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GALLERY OF COLONIAL ART. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

GALLERY OF COLONIAL ART. Messrs. A. H. and G. E. Roberts, of 131, King Wiiliam-street (opposite the Town Hall), have set apart considerable wall space in their establishment for the exhibition of colonial art, and this they hope will conduce to the mutual benefit of intending purchasers and of artists desirous of placing their works before the public. A good top light has been secured, which by an arrangement of blinds can be modified if necessary. The pictures forming the collection consist of landscapes, seascapes, figures and still life in oils and watercolors. Those iu the last-named medium predominate, and include good examples by artists whose works have met with the recognition of critics. Although a business venture, the Messrs. Roberts have undoubtedly rendered a service to the rapidly increasing number who are desirous of making the pursuit of art more tiian a refined pleasure, and to all who desire to render practical encouragement^ to our painters, the colonial art galle...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
OVERTIME AT JAMES MARTIN AND CO.'S. Gawler, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

OVERTIME AT JAMES MARTIN AND CO.'S. Gawler. October 16. For some time past there has been a discussion on the question of overtime among the employes of James Martin & Co. A good deal of correspondence baa passed on the subject at one time and another, the direo tors of the company having received letters from the Adelaide Trades and Labor Council. aud also fro:rv tlis Gawler branch. The con* tentiou cf these bodies is that the company agreed to pay time and a o,uarter for over* time, but that the agreement has bsen broken^ .is nothing extra is now paid for overtime. On the part of tho directors it is urged .that the company is not iu a position to pay tho extra rate ; that gome- of their competitors do nob pay it, and that therefore it would be unfair to single out their firm in particular. A letter was recently received from the Amalgamated Society of Engineers informing the directors that after October 17 the engineers would ceasa working overtime except at the increased ...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
COLLISION AT PORT PIRIE. THE GAMBLER LASS SUNK Port Pirie. October 15. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

WLLISION AT PORT PIRIE. THE GAMBIER LASS SUNK : Port Pirie. October 15. The steamer Investigator left Port Pirie at 4 o'clbok this morning for Port Augusta. When between the third and fourth light beacon she fcollided with the ketch Gambler Lass, inward bound, The ketch was deeply laden with lime Utone flux for the smelters and she sank in two minutes in the fairway with all sail set. There being no wind at the time she was unable to get out of the steamer's -way. The Investigator returned to the port with the crew and re ported the matter to the Marine Board. The harbormaster, who went down in the steamer Nelcebee, reports that the river 5s clear for traffic, the ketch being on tho eastern side. Port Pirie, October 15, 10 p.m. Arrangements are now being made to remove the Gram bier Lass.

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STABBING AFFRAY AT PORT PIRIE. A SAILOR SERIOUSLY WOUNDED. Port Pirie. October 13. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

'' STABBING AFFRAY AT PORT A PIRIE. { A SAILOR SERIOUSLY WOUNDED. ' Port Pirie. October 13. A serious stabbing affray occurred on board the ship Belpore. lying at the Broken Hill feharf, about 10 o'clock this morning. During 4 row among the sailors John Mahnake Btabbed another sailor, Richard Wood, in the abdomen, seriously wounding him. Wood Was removed to the hospital, where he lies in a precarious condition. Mahnake after stab bing Wood immediately cleared out with only his shirt and trousers on, and haB not yet been arrested.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

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THE COOLGARDIE MINES. Coolgardie, October 16. 2 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

THE COOLGARDIE MINES. Coolcardie. October 1C. 2 n.m. There is a block of goods at the head o£ tlie line, the teamsters being unable to keep pace with' the consignments arriving by train. The arrangements for transferring the goods to the contractors' train at Southern Cross are causing great dissatisfaction, as the goods are arriving by instalments. Payable gold has been struck at the73-ft. level at the Prince Oacar lease at White Feather.. The Croesus has been opeued up at the 120 ft. by ineaiw of a costeen crossing. A goojf. formation has been struck in tho propSJfiy of tue'Adelaide Sovereign Syndioate, o& mile's nortli ot the East Boulder. Good stone has been raised at the Orpya West and tho Queen qi the West, two claims held by the Hamian's Proprietary Company. The boiler engine of the northern shaft at the Boulder mine starts next week.'

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TROUBLE IN TURKEY. LONDON, October 11. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

TROUBLE IN TURKEY. H London, October Jl; ^ It is reported that owing to the Sultan of . ?;:? Turkey having acceded to the demands of the 4i Powers with reference to the proposed reforms ;l in the government of Armenia, a feeling of \ security has been Established. ''?' The Armenians -who took refuge in tfi» ', churches during the recent conflict nave noiy : returned to their homes under the protection '' of the foreign embassies. * . London, October IS. It is reported that in the late riots at Trebizond 400 Christians were slaughtered an£ that 700 perished in the disturbances in Con stantinople. Order has now been restored; though the waning authority of the Sultan ana the increase of Moslem fanaticism ate still proyocative of alarm. The Sultan of Turkey has appointed a com mission to enquire into tho oases of tbe Armenians who were arrested during the recent riots at Constantinople. London, Ootober 14. The Turks are actively employed in laying down torpedoes in the Dardanelles go a...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CUE DISTRICT. Cue, October 17. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

THE CUE DISTRICT. Cue, October 17. Tho Cue 2-o. 1 mine has just cleaned up, and 180 tons stone yielded 185 oz. gold. Tho bat tery ran for 16 days full time. Previously 70 tons of dry-blowing dirt, crushed at the Btart of the machinery, yielded 24 oz. of gold. Many thousands of tons of the same dirt is on the surface and is considered payable. The Peak Hill, north of Cue, with three head of stampers, lias crushed from adjacent claims 5 cwt. for 9 oz., 7 tons for 70 oz., and 4% tons for C5 oz. A public battery is required. The Cue race meeting this week distributed £900 in prizes. Over £3,000 went through the totalizator.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. INSCRIPTION OF STOCK. LONDON, October 12. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

SOUTH AUSTRALIA, INSCRIPTION OF STOCK London, October 12. Much interest is manifested in the Bill now before the Legislature of South Australia transferring tho business of inscribing stook from private hands to the office of the Agent General. Mr. Playford is desirous of entering on the business on January 1, and points out that unless the Bill amending the Inscribed Stock Act of 18S2 be passed without delay it will bo ' impossible bv that date to complete arrantre ments with the firm at present in charge of the business. Messrs. Glyn, Mills, & Co., the firm in question, contend that their appointment under the Governor's declaration is perma nont and that in any event they are entitled to adequate notice. In this contention they are supported by other inscribing banks. Mr. Playford considers that the closing by Canada of her agreement with Glyn, Mills, and Co. for the inscription of her stock forms a sufficient precedent for tho South Australian proposal.

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MOUNT BENSON PROPERTIES. Esperance Bay, October 17. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

?-1 ? ? ?' MOUJST BENSON PROPERTIES. Ssperance Bay, October 17 Since the floating of the Mount Benson mine a great run has taken place on properties situated there. Last week the Cumberland, John Bull, and Three Star claims were sold to Adelaide syndicates. A meeting has been called to request the Government to immediately construct A rail ay to Esperauce Bay*

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOUNT LYELL COMPANY. APPEAL AGAINST TAXATION. Hobart. October 17. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

MOUNT LYELt, COMPANY. APPEAL AGAINST TAXATION. Hobart. October 17. Tlie Chief Justice delivered judgment to-day in the matter of the Income Tax Commis sioner versus the Mount Lyell Mining and. Railway Company. The Commissioner assessed the income of the company for 1895 at £30,814, expended out of the profits of the mine during' the year 1894 on the construction of the railway, and it was held that the money was paid solely for the purpose of developing the mine, and therefore rfid not enmn within the exemption from taxation. In calculating the company's income for 1894 the Commis sioner adopted as a basis of calculation tho profits made from July 1, 1893, to July 1, 1894 ; but this did not form a correct basis ?« palcr'ilatio11 of tne company's income for lwo. That basis was the amount of profit re ceived during the year 181M— that was to say, bo much, if any oi it, as was received by the company during the first sis months of 1894, and so much, if any, additional profit as was mad...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
COMMERCIAL NEWS. LONDON, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

COMMERCIAL NEWS. London, October 16. BKEAnsTUTFS.— The visible supply of wheat in AmeTlca is 02,900,000 bushels, as agaiust 58,200,000 bushels a week ago and 98,100,000 bushels a year ago. London, October 17. Silver is quoted at 30] gd. per oz., a fall of £d. on the previous quotation.

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FIRE AT BROKEN HILL. DAMAGE ESTIMATED AT £700. Broken Hill. October 17. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

FIRE AT BROKEN HILL. DAMAGE ESTIMATED AT £700. Broken Hill October 17. A fire broke out at half-past 10 o'clock this morning in a spare room at the back of Mr. W. C. Davies' draper's shop in Argent-street. Constable Manktcf, who was first to discover it, broke open the door, but found it impossible to quench the flames. He gave the alarm to the occupiers of the adjoiningliouses, which are thickly clustered. The brigade arrived on tho scene, and by splendid_ exer tions prevented the catastrophe which was anticipated. Mr. Davies' stock was damaged by water and fire to the extent of £300, and fittings to the value of £50, all insured. The buildiug in which the fire broke out was valued at £100, but was not insured. Messrs. Kidman Bros., whose shop adjoins, lost property to the value of £250. Their produce house caught fire, and oats, harness, and salt were destroyed amongst other things. The insurance companies which held risks over the property arc tlie Commer cial Union and the Liver...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE DEAN CASE. Sydney, October 17. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

THE DEAN CASE. Sydney, Ootober 17. Dean, Crick, Meagher, and Green were charged at the Water Police Court to-day with conspiracy. There was a marked absence of the excitement of the previous dayB. Detain the dock looked a gbijd deal better than 'at the time of his last £ubljg appearance. They were remanded until Fri day week. Mr. Hill, who appeared for Green, asked that a list should be supplied him of tho overt acts complained of m the case. The magistrate said the application should be made to the Crown. Bail was allowed as before. As the other accused left the court Dean motioned Mr. Levien, who was appearing for Meagher, over to where he was standing, saying— 'I wish to epeak to you.' Having obtained the sanction of the magistrate, Mr. Levien complied with the request. Dean continued— 'I wish to withdraw my statements, and I would like you to defend me.' Mr. Levien — 'I can't defend you, because under the circumstances it would be impos sible.' Dean again said earnestly— 'I want...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WESTERN GOLDFIELDS. THE KALGOORLIE DISTRICT. Kalgoorlie, October 14, 10 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

WESTERN GOLDFIELDS. THE KALGOORLIE DISTRICT. Kaltroorlie. October 14, 10 a.m. The Revell Cross, or Blue Gap, mine has been successfully floated in London. This iniue is on tho Australia line of iode, which is opening up well. A good formation has been struck at the Boulder Consolidated, two and a half miles eoutli-west of the Boulder. The shaft is down 30 ft. and the stone carries fair gold through it. In tho Associated Mines group the stone sliow'3 fine gold evenly scattered through the formation, which appears to be of great size. lticli atone has also been raised from the Australia mine, east of the Lal:e View mine, in the same group. It is probable that the Feather Reward battery will run for a month before cleaning up. There is sufficient water to run 10 houns per day acd the crushing so far has been good. Mr. Eades, an experienced miner, has been appointed to succeed Mr. Avers as manager of block 4D. Kalgoorlis, October 15, 7 p.m. Ore showing goLd freely has been struck on the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A JEALOUS CHINAMAN. USES A REVOLVER. Auckland, October 17. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

A JEALOUS CHINAMAN. USES A .REVOLVER. Auckland, October 17. Loo Choy entered a house iu the Chinese camp and shot his European wife, and also Mrs. Sing Lee, Miss IvlcAuley, and John Nailor, who tried to disairn hitii. Loo Choy then turned the revolver on himself. His case is critical, but it is believed that the others will recover. Jealousy is supposed to have been the cause of the act

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW SOUTH WALES PARLIAMENT. Sydney. October 17. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

NEW SOUTH WALES, PARLIA MENT. Svdnev. October 17. The Legislative Council to-day resumed the debate on the Laud and Income Taxes Assess ment Bill, which was further adjourned. In the Assembly the Federal Enabling Bill was advanced another Btage. The Public Ser vice Bill was further considered in committee. The clause providing that no married woman is eligible as a Civil servaut provoked a good deal of discussion, and the clause was finally withdrawn to enable the Government to recast it. The clause prohibiting any relative of the Commissioners from holding a position in the service came in for hostile criticism, but was allowed to stand beside that which sot out that old standing Civil servants should be exempted from the necessity of passing examinations in order to secure pro motion. The Bill was passed through com mittee. The House was discussing a temporary Supply Bill at 11.55 p.m., and will, then adjourn.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
REBELLION IN COREA. LONDON, October 11. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

REBELLION IN COREi*. u ? London. October 11. Further information has been received from Seoul respecting the rising under Tauwonkin, tho father of Li-Hi, the King ol Cares,. It is reported that a oand of anti re formers bave now murdered the Queen. London, October 12. Foreign residents are greatly alarmed at the turn events have taken in Corea, and a body of American marines are marching towards Seoul with a view to the protection of their lives and property. Since tiie murder of the Queen of Corea, and the occupation of the Royal Palace by Tai-won-Kein, father of the King, the situa tion has become very critical. London, October 14. In consequence of the representations of the British residents in Corea, who are greatly alarmed at the recent development of the insurrection under Tai-wan-Kein, father of the king, Vice- Admiral Alexander Buller, com mander-in-chief on the China station, has landed a body of English marines at the port of Chemulpho, near the capital, Seoul, with a vie...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LONDON WOOL SALES. LONDON, October 11. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

L03SD0N WOOL SALES. London, October 11. The following priceE were realised at yester day's wool sale in London : — Lanillo, 8Zd.; Boxley, 7id.; Welltown, 9W.; Midkin, 14Jd.; Tobin, Wingadee, and Mer cador, lCd. London, Octobsr 12. At the London wool sales yesterday the bidding was brisk and the following prices were realised :— Evesham, 8fd.; Dunraven, 8§d.; Kalandra, 7id.; Kynuna, scoured, 13d.; Corleillo, scoured, 12£d. Small supplies and restricted shipments to America have had a hardening effect upon silver. London, October 13. The wool sales closed yesterday at prices corresponding to the opening rates. During the week faulty scoured merinos and finer crossbreds declined id. Two-thirds of the withdrawals consist of Cape wools. America purchased 5,000 bales. It is expected that about 18,000 bales will be available for the November series. Yester day's prices included the following : — Caith- ness, G§d.; Leslie, 8d.; Corien and Ainorna, 8£d.; Barcaldine, 12gd.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A WHALE STORY. Sydney, October 17. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

A WHALE STORY. ..... Svdnev, October 17. 1 ho brig Minoria, on a trip from Sydney to Newcastle, wa3 in jeopardy owing to the antics of two large whales. While the brig lay becalmed the monsters frolicked and spouted around, drenching the decks. They then dived repeatedly under the brig, occa sionally taking to scraping the barnacles off her bottom. The brig was in imminent danger of being capsized when the wind sprang up and carried her on her course away Irom tha whales.

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