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THE LATE LAUREATE AS MISANTHROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

THE LATE LAUREATE AS MISANTHROPE. Mr. R. H. Sherard has come to the defence of Mr. Beusou, who was recently attacked because he wrote somewhere that the late Lord Tennyson was not a man of agreeable manners. As a matter of fact, Mr. Sherard says in the Bookman, Mr. Benson only wrote what was quite true. 'Like most men who have studied closely the human heart, Lord Tennyson was a misanthrope.' Mr. Sherard then goes on to relate some personal reminiscences of his mother, who, as Miss Words worth, and with Mrs. (afterwards Lady) Taylor, visited the LfMireateat a housein Twickenham 40yeavs ago. 'fTitJ Taylors knew the Tennysons, and Sirs. Taylor h&i taken Miss Wordsworth to see the then new Lfttjrsate. The poet, who did not appear till he was sent for, came into the room, we are told, ' looking' J'i*T gloomy, and only spoke in monosyllables. ?»Irs. Taylor rallied him on his motoseness. 'One' ivould say, Mr. Tennyson,' she said, 'that you were not pleased to see us,' 'I don't {{r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

MARTIN BROS. '*™£S-£r ADELAIDE. AND 'PORTLAND HOUSE', BASIffQHALL-ST., E,P?t LONDON, LEADING DRAPERS AND GENERAL PROVIDERS. ESTABLISHED NEARLY HALF A CENTURt. MARTIN BROS. are now prepared with a magnificent MW STUU3& OF GENERAL DRAPERY & CLOTOG, frhlch includeg EVERY POSSIBLE REQUIREMENT of Press lor Men, Women, and Children, as well as CARPETS, CURTAINS, LINOLEUMS, FLOORCLOTHS, AND ; General Furnishing Goods. '. A Large and General Stock, from which GooU of EVERY QUALITY and PRICE, from tk* lowest to the highest, can be selected. SsfETW GhOOXDS Arrive by every Steamer from Europe. Every Possible Faoility for Doing Business given to .those residing in the Country. MARTIN BROS, are receiving every day gratifying acknowledgments from Country Customers testifying to the efficiency of the SYSTEM of ''SHOPPING BY POST.' The greatest importance is attached to the buying pf the Goods, MABT1N BROS, having a central house fend buyers in London, with agents in Manchester, Par...

Publication Title: Chronicle
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VISCOUNT HAMPDEN. DEPARTURE FOR SYDNEY. LONDON, October 12. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

VISCOUNT HAMPDEK DEPARTURE FOR SYDNEY. London, October 12. Viscount Hampden, Governor-elect of New South Wales, sailed yesterday by the P. & O. steamer Himalaya for Sydney. Among those who witnessed his departure was Sir Saul Samuel, Agent-General for the colony. Lord Hampden is accompanied by his staff, consisting of the Hon. Gathorne Hardy, private secretary ; Mr. Frederick Campion, assistant private secretary ; Lieutenant Vivian Sloane Stanley, 12th Lancers ; Captain A. F. H. Fergusson, 2nd Life Guards ; and the Hon. Francis Egerton, Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry Cavalry, aides-de-camp.

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REVOLT AT GOA. LONDON, October 14. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

REVOLT AT GOA. London. October 14. A fresh development is reported in connec tion with the revolt at Goa, a territory belong ing to Portugal and situated between the Txmndaries of Madras and' Bombay. It is announced that 1,500 of the insurgents lave come into contact with a detachment of Portuguese soldiery, whom after a sharp en counter they utterly routed, taking the whole party prisoners. The Portuguese Government are dispatching fresh troops in order to quell the insurrection.

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AN INJURED STEAMER. LONDON, October 13. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

AN INJURED STEAMER. ' ' O London, October 13. The Orient mail steamer Liguria, which was Teoently restored to the Australian trade to take the place of the Oroya, which was etranded at Naples, has been badly damaged during the passage of the Suez Canal from Gome cause which is at present unknown. The steamer has arrived safely at Port Said, 'Where repairs are being effected. London, October 14. The Orient mail steamer Liguria, which was badly damaged during her passage of the Suez Canal, after being temporarily repaired at Port Said, has proceeded to Naples.

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BORDEAUX EXHIBITION. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN AWARDS. LONDON, October 13. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

BORDEAUX EXHIBITION. SOUTH' AUSTRALIAN AWARDS. London. October 13. . ? i In connection with the Bordeaux Wine \ Exhibition awards have been made to the following South Australian exhibitors : — . Honorable Mention. — H. Dunstan & Co., Stonyfell; William Gilbert, Pewsey Vale, Van Senden. 3bonze Medal. — South Australian Wine ?ill Produce Depot; H. Buring & Sobels; Penfold & Co., Magill ; Charle3 Young; Thomas Hardy & Sons ; Auld & Randall. '. Silver Medal.— G. F, Cleland & Co.; S. Smith & Sod.

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A TERRIBLE TRAGEDY. LONDON, October 18. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

A TERRIBLE TRAGEDY. ?? London, October IS. '?-'.;? A woman in Catania, believing that two of :- '/? her children who recently died had been '? ':: bewitched, out of revenge killed 23 of the ? ''' little sons and daughters of her neighbors by *' means of poisoned wine,, -;

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE TEROWIE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

TEE TEROWIE SHOW. The farmers livingnear Terowie would sooner have seen two inches of rain on Wednesday than the show, but the sun rose warm and red, and before the end of tho day it was 'fairly tropical ; there was no wind to fan the' atmosphere, and the rays of Old Sol fell in uninterrupted severity upon the country. The crops are back ward and thin this year, and the absence of rain is having a disastrous effect upon cereals in the district. About 2,000 people visited the annual show held on this occasion by the local agricultural. society, but generally speaking, the farinera present had a depressed look — an appearance indicative of low market values and short yields, iiut a better index of the poorness of the season was forthcoming in the evening, when the township was deserted, the hotels closed early, little or no money was spent, and representatives of manufacturing firms who journeyed to Terowie to display their wares returned to the city with empty order-books. Still tho ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHRISTIAN UNITY. LONDON, October 13. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

CHRISTIAN UNITY. London, October 13. The Rev. Dr, Parker, of the City Temple, has written a reply to the encyclical of his - Holiness the Pope to tho English people on the subject of the reunion of. Christendom. In his letter Dr. Parker indicates the reasons why Protestants arc unable to accept the terms of the proposed reunion with, the Roman Catholic Church.

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

: StsM00eje^eow, , /?'? ,The, nineteenth annual show, in connection ayith.the Woorobra Agricultural Society was held at ^Tarleo oji Wednesday. The weather was gloriously fine ^nd tempted the residents in outlying districts to visit larlee. The train which left the city on Wednesday morn ing had several city visitors, including Mr. J. W. Castine, one of the members for the dis trict. The other representative of Wooroora would no doubt have been present had he not been appointed a member of the Village Settlements Select Committee. A large number of people boarded the train at Hainley Bridge and Stockport, and many also arrived from Riverton, Saddle worth, and other places. The show grounds, which -are situated just to the north of the station, . presented a lively appearance. It was estimated that about 1,500 people were in attendance, and their amuse ment was catered ior by two sideshows. One portion of the grounds where several fruiterers, seemingly possessed- of leatHer lungs, wer...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE CUBAN RISING. LONDON, October 12. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

THE CUBAN RISING, Lo.SDON. October 12. It is reported from Madrid that in deference to a growing popular feeling in the United. States in favor of the recognition of the Cuban insurgents as belligerents tho American Minister in Spain has been instructed to warn the Government that unless tho insurrection be promptly crushed it will be impossible to regard it any longer as a mere rebellion.

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

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. .Court Albert, A.O.F., held asocial in the.Mannum institute on' Saturday week. About 250 were pre eent. Bro. Cox, D.C.R., presided, supported by Bro. Myers, D.S.C.B., and Bro. Brunell, D.S. Bra Movey, O.K., P.O.R. Wanke, P.C.R. Shearer, and P.O.tt. McMillan mode speeches welcoming the dis trict officers, which was honored in Forester style by the members of the court, and was responded to by the visiting brethren. Musical selections, eongs, &c., were given by Mr. Young,. Misses McMillan, Faylor, and Habonnann, and Bros. Cross,. T, . Ii. Shearer, Biggins, and BruaelU On Sunday 'the Rcchabites and IToresters held a church parade ..at the Mannuin Baptist Church. The Bey. Bro. Hughes preached. t. In the Assembly on Thursday Mr. Caldwell; gave notice of ins intention . to ask' on Tuesday ' pexfc :— ' Ae steps ar» being takin to prevent the spread of codlin moth and other pests, will t)ie Minister advise his inspector^ to.caution Iruifc merchants and otliers to...

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LABOR TROUBLES. LONDON, October 12. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

LABOR TROUBLES. t» ? London, October 12. Owing to the refusal of the employers to concede an increase of wages the engineers in the shipbuilding industry in Belfast have struck work. It is believed that their example will be followed by the engineers in the Tyno and Glasgow doekj-ards. The strike will affect upwards of 50/-30 men.

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A FLOURISHING INDUSTRY. THE ONKAPARINGA TWEED FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

AFLoMismmjNmm'Kri ? THE DNKAPARINGA TWEED' ? ? FACTORY. For many years the promoters and share holders of the Lobethal Tweed Company straggled for an existence, and after expend ing over £20,000 on machinery .nud premises they \yera compelled to abandon nil hope under the old management of ever converting the company into n prosperous concern. Two tilings contributed to the downfall of the company. In the first place,, -for some unexplained reaeon there appeared to be .an inborn prejudice on the part of the public against the locally manufactured goods ; and secondly, the company for .many years falied to produce goods 'of uniform, good quality, and consequently could not command that trade which was iso much coveted. Another fact which accelerated the' ..downfall of the first flbinpany was the lack of a suitable water supply regarding both quantity and quality. . The Supply at their command was of an inferior quality for dyeing purposes, and; fast colors could, not be relied upoa. ...

Publication Title: Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ANTARCTIC EXPLORATION LONDON, October 12. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

ANTARCTIC EXPLORATION London, October 12. It is reported that a millionaire in South Africa has undertaken to equip a South Polar expedition under Herr C. 33. Borchgrevinck, tho Norwegian, who in a paper read before the late meeting of the Geographical Society claimed to be the only living person who had set foot on the Antarctio continent. The expedition will start next summer.

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

NOTES FROM MELBOURNE. Melbourne, October 17. The Tasmaniaii colt Silveroid is still in a critical condition. Delaware and Oxide have arrived from Sydney, the former showing no signs of the accident which befell him at Alburr on Wed nesday. It is understood that Saunders will probably ride the St. Leger winner, Preston, in the Caul field Cup.

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MELBOURNE BETTING MARKET. Melbourne. October 17. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

MELBOURNE BETTING MARKET. Melbourne. October 17. Betting in .connection with the Caulfield Cup was very quiet to-day. Bruin was well supported, money at 10 to 1 being asked. In the evening the card was read over at tho Vic toriau Club, and the following lines were written:— 100 to 15 The Admiral, 200 to 14 Atlas, and 110 to 20 Hop scotch. Preston was surmorted for £'1,000 at 100 to 10. Newman and Eiridsforde found friends for a few hundreds at 100 to 3 ; £000 was accepted about Monastery at the same figure, and Alpine was backed at 1,000 to 20. , Strahau had friends who took 2,000 to 20 and 1,000 to 12. Tho following prices were on offer at the close : — THE CAULHELD CCl'. 100 to 20 Hopscotch. 100 to 12 Bruin. 100 to 10 Preston. 100 to 8 Hova. 100 to 7 Havoc 100 to 7 Atlas. 100 to 7 Trenchant. 100 to li The Admiral. 100 to 5 Devon. i 100 to 4 Burrabari. | 100 to 3 The Possible. f 100 to 3 Newman. 100 to 3 Kiridsforde. 100 to 3 Monastery, 100 to 3 Taranaki. 100 to 3 Royal Master. 100...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

SPORTING-. Mr. David James's beautiful filly Auraria will take her departuref or Melbourne probably on Mouday next. She has been doing steady good work, and when we saw her on the track on Tuesday was all the eye could wish, and given that she arrives safely at Flemington in John Hill's care will surely give a good ac count of herself in the Derby. The fol lowing is some of her most recent work e' en Thursday, October 3, Auraria performed a good strong gallop, running the mile and five furlongs iu 3 min. 15 J 6ec., coming home the ' , 1 last half-mile in 52 sec. On Tuesday last the daughter of Trenton performed a good working gallop over a distance, running the' last mile and live furlongs in 3 nun. 0 sec, and on Thursday, the 10th the mare performed a two mile gallop, running the Leger dis tance in 3 min. 2GA sec.-, the inile and five furlongs in 3 min. 4 sec., \ the last seven furlongs in 1 min. 3S sec, and tho last half-mile iu 54 sec. Last Saturday eIio performed over two mile1?...

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SANDOWN PARK MEETING. Melbourne. October 17. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

SANDOWN PABK MEETING. Melbourne. October 17. Backers were unfortuuate at Sand own Park to-day in their selections, only -two favorites being amongst the winners. The running of Hughie iu the Welter Handicap was con sidered Ly the stewards, who accepted tho riders explanation of the gelding's indifferent performance. Hughie started at 0 to 4 on. D. Cook, the rider of Creuie d' Or, who ran seeond in the Flying Handicap, . was fined £3, with £2 2s. costs of the .en quiry, for flourishing his whip, the stewards being of opinion that the action, was intended to interfere with the chance of another horse. The enquiry was not, however, the result of . any complaint, the stewards acting upon their own observation, and as none of the riders in the race complained of any attempt at inter ference by Cook -either before, after, or at the enquiry there d id not appear to be any cogent reason for inflicting a penalty. The results were as follows : — Tkial Handicap. — Lottie, 1 ; Ordinary, 2 ; L:i...

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CYCLISTS' ASSOCIATION RACE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895

CYCLISTS' ASSOCIATION RACE MEETING. The following are the handicaps for the 1 Zimmerman Reception Race meeting, to take .-; place on the Jubilee Exhibition Oval on ?. Saturday, October 20 : — - *! l-z ss. is, Name. -3, =.2 cc cd.isO ?5 ' O*! Og O H : ' Yde. Yds. Yds. Yds. A. A. Zimmerman .. p.r. — — scr. ? gcr. J. \V. Parsons .. .. p.r. — — 10 . 20 U. J. Walker .. .. p.r. — — 20. 40 C. Kellow ? p.r. — — 25 BO J. T. Kuhle .. .. p.r. — — 45 00 1'. .1. Ircdale .. .. p.r. — — 45 90 JL E. Gully ^ „ 22 — — 45 90 \V. Courtney .: . . p,r. — — 45 90 3. J. Mullins ... „ p.r. — — 60 — 11. R. Russaclc „ .. li.r. — — 60 120 , J.G. Baker .. .. 22 — — CO 120 ! J. A. Shearer .. ,.22 — — CO 120 II. J. Buik .. ..23 — — 70 — J. L. JlcCormaek ..23 — ' scr. 100 ISO A. A. Styles ... ..24 — scr. 100 180 O. A. Wagner „ ..22 scr. act. —190 C. Cave ? !22 — scr. — — F. C. Leonard .. .. 22 — — 105 100 A. Bergstrom . . . . 22 — Bcr. 105 190 Harding' Bickford ..21 — 10 — -*? G. Beasley ? 23 — 10 — — . ? J.Sillif...

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