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WEST AUSTRALIAN MINES. GREAT MOUNT CHARLOTTE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
WEST AUSTRALIAN MINES. GREAT MOUNT CHARLOTTE COM PANY. A meeting 'of shareholders in the Great Mount Charlotte Gold Mining Company was held in the committee-room of the Adelaide Town Hall on Friday morning. Mr. Turner i presided over a sparse attendance. The j memorandum and articles of association were I read and adopted. The Mayor (Mr. C. | Tucker) and Messrs. D. James and G. F. Inds [ were elected directors, and Messrs. L. L. ! Furner and Sholl were appointed auditors.
MOUNT CHARLOTTE CENTRAL GOLD MINING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
MOUNT CHARLOTTE CENTRAL GOLD MINING COMPANY. At an extraordinary meeting of the Mount , Charlotte Central Gold Mining Company, held ' at 23, Waymouth-street, on Friday afternoon, j under the presidency of Mr. T. Bright, the 1 directors were vested with powers to sell the i whole or such portion of the company's pro perty as they shall think fit. The Chairman , explained that an offer had been received from an English company to buy the Mount Charlotte Central property for £15,000, and this the directors had proposed to accept when vested with the -necessary powers, but a cable ' had been recently received stating that negotia tions had been broken off. The company had £»ow £629 to its credit.
CONGO FREE STATE. LONDON, October 14. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
CONGO FREE STATE. London. October 14. Dr. Miohaux has admitted, in response to an interviewer from the Pail Mali Gazette, that Major Lothaire, who carried out the execu tion of Mr. Stokes, a British trader in the Congo Free State, sentenced the prisoner to death without trial by any code. He did not even go through the pretence of holding a court-martial.
AFRICAN TROUBLES. LONDON, October 15. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
AFRICAN TROUBLES. London. October 15. Khama, the well-known chief of the Baman gato tribe, South Africa, who is now in Lon don, denies that he has made any agreement with the British South Africa Company or the Right Hon. Cecil Rhodes for the transfer of his dominions to the British. Ten years ago, writes the Westminster Gazette, Khama offered to hand over his country to the British Government under certain restrictions, but that offer was declined. A protectorate was subsequently declared over a portion of his territory. In 1890 he rendered great assistance to the Chartered Company's expedition to Mashonaland, and in the recent war he furnished a contingent of 1,500 men to act against the Matabele, himself leading them into the field. Mr. Hepburn before his death declared that he knew of no other in terior chief who had even attempted the half that Khama had accomplished in the advanc ing of his people towards the gaol of civilisa tion. His reign throughout has certainly been in ha...
THE CHINESE MASSACRES. BEHEADING THE MURDERERS, LONDON, October 15. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
THE CHINESE MASSACRES. BEHEADING THE MURDERERS, London. October 15. The result of the ultimatum sent by Vice Admiral the Hon. Sir E. Fremantle, in com mand of the China squadron, to the Chinese Government, on the subject of the Kucheng massacres, has led to the execution of eight more of the 'Vegetarians' who were impli cated in the recent murder of missionaries. In future the local mandarin, acting in con junction with the foreign consuls, is empowered to order the execution of prisoners found guilty of murder without any reference to the viceroy of the district.
BULLION RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
BULLION RETURNS. Broken Hill Proprietary Co., Octolrer 17. — Smelted 5,789 tons ore, producing 500 tons bullion, containing 140,948 oz. silver ; also by amalgamation and lixiviation 1,121 tons ore, producing 4 tons bullion, containing 9,01)2 oz. silver. Total ore treated, 6,910 tons, producing 504 tons' bullion, containing 150,640 oz. silver.
IMPERIAL DEFENCES. LONDON, October 15. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
IMPERIAL DEFENCES. o London, October 15. The London Times, in an article dealing with Imperial defences, states that the readi ness shown by the Government of Cape Colony to present two men-of-war to the Imperial navy unhampered with the conditions which paralyse' the efficiency of the Australian squadron constitutes a movement of the utmost value to the British Empire.
Country News. (For other Country News see page 26.) YORKETOWN SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
©ottttirg $eto0. (For other Country News tee page 26.) YORKETOWN SHOW. ? Yorketown, October 17. —The Southern .._ Yorke's Peninsula Society's annual show was held yesterday on the society's ground. The - weather was all that could be desired, and about ; 1,500 people were present. Horses, cattle, and sheep were fairly well represented, and were all ' in fine condition. Inside the building the , floral display was not up to the usual standard .' though in cut flowers some fine exhibits were staged. Vegetables were not numerous, but were first-class. Dairy produce made a good display, and proved that greater attention is being paid to this branch of farm work. With the exception of a slight accident at one of the jumps, all passed off most satisfactorily.
A MARINE DISASTER. TWELVE FRENCHMEN DROWNED. LONDON, October 15. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
A MARINE DISASTER. TWELVE FRENCHMEN DROWNED. London. October 15. ? Intelligence has been received of a terrible ?'? marine disaster in the North Sea. ?? - The report states that the German iron screw steamer Emma, of 8G3 tons register, owned by Sartori & Berger, of Kiel, came into i ''? collision with the French barque Pacifique, a \essel of 1,520 tons register, owned by A. D. ;??'?? ' Bordes & Fils, of Bordeaux. I ''? . The impact of the collision was eo great that ;?: 'the Pacifique sank almost immediately, and '&'?'?' althoughevery effort was made torescuo those ?-; . . on board 12 of the crew were drowned.
ITALY AND ABYSSINIA. PREPARATIONS FOR WAR. LONDON, October 15. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
ITALY AND ABYSSINIA. PREPARATIONS FOR WAR. London. October 15. General Baraticri, commander of the Italian' forces in Abyssinia, has announced his intention. of crushinc Mangascia before the junction with Menelik II. can take place. It ie considered probable that General Bara tieri will annex the whole of the territory of the Tigrfl, the semi-independent state situated in the north of Abyssinia. The Roman Tribwia on September 2 pub lished a report from its correspondent in the Italian possessions on the Red Sea, stating that preparations were being made in Abys sinia for war after the rainy season. He urged Italy to immediately take energetic action before the Emperor Menelik was able to con centrate his forces, and said that a grand coup made then might save Italy a long and costly 'war. ?
Intercolonial. THE DEAN CASE. Sydney, October 11. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
Intercolonial. THE DEAN CASE. Sydney, October 11. ' The interest in the career of George Dean, who for nine months has been so prominent a figure in the public eye, is now commencing to fade. The North Shore poisoner can claim to have far passed the allotted span of a sen- sation's life, but he must now sink into com- parative oblivion. At the Central Police Court to-day, when the wonderful criminal was committed for trial on a charge of perjury, there was a marked relief from the wild excitement of the previous day. The court certainly was crowded, as were the streets outside, but the latter to nothing like the extent of the previous day. In court several members of Parliament and ladies were seated. Mr. Whittingdale Johnson presided. Mr. Wade prosecuted for the Crown, and Mr. Bull, under instructions from Mr. Levien, watched the case— not on behalf of Dean, as he was careful to point out to the press repre- sentatives, but on behalf of Mr. Crick, to see that no references were mad...
LOCAL COURT—ADELAIDE. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16. [Before his Honor Mr. Justice Bou[?]aut.] APPEAL FROM THE WILMINGTON POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 19 October 1895
LOCAL COURT— ADELAIDE. Wednesday, October 16. [Before his Honor Mr. Justice Boucaut.] APPEAL FROM THE WILMINGTON POLICE COURT. Sullivan v. Ryan. — This was an appeal against the decision of Messrs. Rudall, S.M, and Linklater dismissing an information for selling liquor in a less quantity than was authorised by the Act, the defendant being a storekeeper. The Crown Solicitor for the appellant and Mr. Degenhardt for the respon- dent. The appeal was dismissed without costs, his Honor stating that the case was a petty one. BREACH OF PROMISE CASE. Florence E. Hunter v. Frederick T. Pitt.— Claim for £499, damages for breach of promise of marriage. Mr. E. P. Nesbit for the plaintiff, and Mr. J. H. Symon, Q.C., with Mr. A. W. Piper, for the defendant. According to the evidence plaintiff met the defendant about five years ago and subse- quently went to live at Payneham, where she carried on the business of a dressmaker. Familiarity took place between the parties and it was continued up till A...