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LADIES GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

LADIES' GOSSIP. The women of Paris put starch in the water to soften it. It is much cheaper than borax or toilet vinegars and more reliable than ammonia, which undoubtedly stimulates the delicate growth of down. Many ladies are endowed with the highest business capacity. Not eo a fair financier, who (according to the Westminster Gazette) said the other dav in. perfect eood faith— 'Oh, my banker writes I've overdrawn my account. But I've made out a cheque in his favor for the amount. That'll set the thing right, won't it ?' Lady Brassey is a cyclibt who wears 6kirts. But the Lady Ctjcli&t states that there is already a inild plot amongst lady cyclists to persujvae her ladyship on landing in Melbourne Msdopt '-rationale.' Our contemporary (says the Home News) refers to the fact that the Countess of Hopetoun as a horsewoman and thp carl as a golfer found many imitators. An American paper says: — 'Mrs. Thomas Carnegie, of Pittsburg, the widow of Andrew Carnegie's brother, is the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

HH A DTI8J DODO 'burungtg^1 house, a fir I a i nr If! An If 81 onUo. runole-street AIIELnilJt AND 'PORTLAND HOUSED BASlNGHALL-ST., RO-r LONDON. LEADING DRAPERS AND GENERAL PROVIDERS. ESTABLISHED ITjBAjBLY HALF A CENTURY. MARTIN BROS., BURL1MT0N HOOSE. SPECIAL PRICE-LISTS PUBLISHED IN CONNECTION WITn THEIR 'CHOPPING BY pCST' Tltc Advertitcr eays : — ' A popular Crni, where to Say wiil be seen a great display of Summer Novelties, is Burlington House.' TheS.A. Reyigter save :— ' Messrs. Martin Bros, cater for ercry section of the public.' The Express says :— ' JleEsrs. Hartin Bros.— a popular firm.' The Register says :— ' Martin Bros, have olwa.vs been known for .the 'up-to-dateness' of all their goods. A visit to their establishment is a revelation.' THIS 8FECI4L PRICE-LIST has been, carefully compiled to facilitate MARTIN BEOS.' increasing country trade, and it is an impor tant fact that their large stock of every kind of SIASCKE^EB GOODS lias been purchased when the prices vrere The...

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Needles. "Short, Sharp, Shiny." [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

[?] 'Short, Sharp, Shiny.' Beor duty, £6,409. ? , {Jrope in the north. - ! Public Salaries BilL 'Beautiful Britain.' Insurrection at Timor. ; Rabbits in Queensland. ? - . Lively times at Holder. A warning to ISngiani Preventing obstruction. Smallpox on the Cozeo. Tfae village settlements. i.ne jsaoer oivorce case. A fatal bohat EUiston. Trouble with Venezuela. A polo fatality in France. Crushed bj a, falling tree. The legislator and lua dog. Fatality in the Port Kiver. ? Tfae we&tfcer and tbe crops. . France increasing her navy. The Mount Grainger mines. The rabbit pest at Cockburn. A terrible explosion in China. Death of Me. W. K. Burford. Uovas murder their prisoners. i Stud sheep on Torrens Island. A tnysterjous death in Sydney, Scarcity of water at Coolg&rdie. Kew Orleans devastated by fire. I An actor charged with stealing. Bush fires in New South Wales. Religious persecutions in Itussia. ; A new administration in Austria. ? Outbreak of fire in Block 10 mine. A ...

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CHOLERA IN CHINA AND JAPAN. Sydney, October 18. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

CHOLERA IN CHINA AND JAPAN. Svdnev. Octohor 1 8. The steamer Cam, which arrived at Sydney from China to-day, reports that cholera is spreading both in China and Japan. On August 19 there had been in Japan for the pre vious four months 25,000 cases and 16,278 deaths. In Tokio on August 21 18 new cases were recorded, and at Shanghai 203 deaths \vere recorded during the first fortnight of tAugUBt.

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NEW SOUTH WALES PARLIAMENT. Sydney. October 18. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

NEW SOUTH WALES PAR LIAR1ENT. Svdnev. Ontohpr 18. - A secret meeting of the members of the Legislative Assembly who support the Go vernment was held at Parliament House this afternoon. The object was to discuss the atti tude of the Council towards the land aud in come taxes. The meeting, it was pointed out, was in no way unfriendly to the Govern ment, and was purely informal. About 25 were present. The opinion was ex pressed that the Council would probably abolish the land tax exemptions, and would much reduce the income tax exemption. It was hoped that some means of compromise between the Council and Assembly could be arrived at, it being contended that a refusal on the part of the Assembly to meet the other House half-way in the matter of exemptions would involve a sacrifice of the taxation Bills. A deputation was appointed to wait on the Premier and represent to him the conclusions of the meeting. Sydney, October 22. The Legislative Council continued and further adjourned the deb...

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FEDERAL ENABLING BILL. Sydney, October 23. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

FEDERAL ENABLING BILL. Sydney, October 23. - Tho Legislative Council resumed the debate on the second reading of the Land and In come Taxes Assessment Bill this afternoon, and a division resulted in the reading being carried by 30 votes to 11. The Bill was then taken into committee pro forma* and the House adjourned. In the Assembly after unimportant business Mr. Keid moved tuat tne .House go into com' mittee to consider the expediency of brings ing in the Federal Enabling Bill. He said the Question of federation had now engage^ the colonies for several years and the time wag ripu for business-like action. Without dero gating from the splendid work of the framera of the Convention Bill of 1891, it must be said , that their measure lacked the sympathy of tb4 ' feiaBsea of (he people^-a fatal want which no amount of genius sod statesmanship could make up for. The Bill which he now intended to submit to Parliament proposed to send the question of Federation back to the people, from who...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WRECK OF THE SARAH PILE. Brisbane, October 20. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

WRECK OF THE SARAH PILE. Brisbane. October 20. . The Government steamer Llewellyn lias arrived with the shipwrecked crew of the Sarah i pile. The captain's wife had a narrow escape, fend was 6aved by a kanaka hand. The Sarah Pile when found was waterlogged, but still floating, and, was towed into Mary River.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

We have received the first number of the ' South Australian Musical Journal,' a new quarterly record and review edited by Mr. W. R. Knox, A.'Mus.j M.T.C., London. The journal is to be devoted solely to reports, re views, and criticisms on music and musical performances. The first number consists mainly of excerpte from other musical periodi cals, but some little space is given to current musical events and suggestions for the advance ment of the divine art in this city. The matter is attractively arranged, and 'tho first published local musical journal' in Adelaide is deserving of cordial support ANY MAN suffering from the result of early transgressions, prostration, loss of energy, love of solitude, loss -of memory, giddiness, dulness of bearing:, no power of attention to business, lassitude, no refreshment after sleep, timidity, involuntary blushincr, self-distrust, excesses, bladder difficulties, whitish or dark ropy sediment in the water accompanied by slight burning sensation, ...

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RABBITS IN QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, October 20. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

BABBITS IN QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, October 20. At Long Reach on Saturday, a meetingof pastorab'ste was held, to devise means to cope with the invasion of rabbits. It was stated that rabbits had been discovered 60 miles from Isisford. A motion was carried, that the best means of resisting the invasion was by fencing all holdings, and in order to encourage lessees to enclose their holdings, they should be granted increased tenure of their leases.

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A YOUTHFUL CRIMINAL. A LAD OF 16 BOBS THE MAILS. Perth, October 18. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

A YOUTHFUL CRIMINAL. A LAD OF 16 ROBS THE MAILS. Perth, October 18. . At the Pinjarrah Police Court yesterday Joseph Alfred Harris, aged sixteen, the late postal messenger at that place, pleaded guilty to the larceny of the property of the Postmaster-General. The prisoner confessed to having deliberately robbed the maflbags, taking letters therefrom, abstracting cheques, and then burning the bags and letters. He had taken four bags, but only one cheque for five shillings came into his hands. This led to his arrest. He Was sentenced to 6 months' imprisonment with hard labor.

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OFFICIAL REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

OFFICIAL REPORTS. Captain Warren wired to the secretary of Block 10 (Mr. Brandon) on Tuesday: — 'Fire being subdued. 315 level fresh and cold, but fire exists between this and! 240 level, also above, where workings are limited.' At 3.30 p.m. the same day he telegraphed:— 'Have just made thorough inspection. Am pleased to report most hopefullv uoon the state of the tire in the mine. No fire has extended below 315-level, and that in the upper levels is constantly being driven back into less area. Have plentiful supply of water, and have ac hesitation in saying that fire is well in hand.' The Adelaide agency of the Broken Hill Proprietary Company on Wednesday morning received the following telegram, which had been forwarded by Captain Warren to the secretary of the Block 10 Company in Mel bourne: — 'Continue make excellent progress in suppression of fire ; hoses are now working within 10 ft. of Block 11 boundary at both levels.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

AnctionB. ? - WEDNESDAY, October SOth, 2 o'clock p.m. , AT EDGEHUJL (four mflts east DfEiVerton). TAR S -C B O t E F \ EL© ftf has received instructions from Mr. J. H. W. Bosworth. to sell by public auction, without reserve— 12 Hones, 28 Daily Cows, 20 Springers, -2,000 Sheep^Merino and lincoln), 26 Lincoln Boms, 40 Pics, Alexandra Separator, Churn, And everything complete. Farm Implements and Sundries. ?' ? TermTcash. ? SBTs299 MAERABEL. SATUEDAY, November 2, 2 o'clock p.m. T A S. SO H O L E F I E L D %J . has received instructions from Mr. E. Maxwell to sell by public auction, without reserve— 2 Three-Tifrr0wT3tump-jumpTPLOUGHS 2 Two-Iurrow Stump-jump Ploughs 2 Ordinary Double-furrow Ploughs 1 Scarifier (9 tines) 1 Set Hmtowb, J Horseralce 3 Eeapere, 1 Spring Cart Spring Dray (new) Spider Buggy (nearly new) - 1 Mew Hornsby'g Enclosed Gear Slower Pair Avery Scales, 2 Vices Screwing Machine, Wheelbarrow Quantity Mellor's Fittings for mowers 1 Bicycle (nearly new). ' ALLOTMENT, with ...

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INSPECTION OF THE WORKINGS. Broken Hill. October 23. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

INSPECTION OF THE WORKINGS. Broken Hill. October 23. Captain Warren, the general manager of . Block Ten, made a thorough inspection of the underground workings of the_ mine this morn* ing. 'tLo reports that everything there is pro gressing satisfactorily. The firemen are doing good work, but they have been retarded by gases from Block 11. The bulkhead of sand put in on the boundary has been reached. the fire may get down the winze on the boun dary. To prevent this, what are believed to be very effective means have been adopted. Owing to the large quantity of water required by the firemen, the small experimental concentrating plant has been stopped. The men at the 515-ft. and 615-ft. levels have not been affected by the fire. They have worked without interruption all through the day. The usual repressive measures have been carried out at the 240 and 315-ft. levels. This afternoon some fire was detected at the 240-ft. level, a little further south from where the hose was playing, but ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

? Shipping. ? P.&O. HE AM NAVIGATION COMPANY. FOB LONDON, rnfler Royal Mall Contract, will dispatch the follow «g Steamers, via Albany, Colombo, Suez Canal, and Mediterranean Ports :— ? . Steamers. Ins. Commander. | Leave. PALLAARAT.. 4872 T. 6. Angus Not. ^6 HOME .. ..6646 A. B. Daniell W. SO VALEITA .. MM G. W. Atkinson Dec 4 HIMALAYA . . 6S88 A. W. Adarason jDec. 18 OCEAKA .. 6670] E. Stewart Jan. 1, TO PABBAMATTA 4B7* P. HarrU Jan. 16 AUSTRALIA .. 690H. Beeves Jan. 29 »f ASSILIA .. 6032 B. Harvey Febj ? 12 ABCADIA .. 6070' A. O. Loggin ? Feb. 20 KOTIVE TO PASSEKGERS. ? Liberal reductions to Families. 'Whole Cabins reserved. Ibe acconuuodation in both First and Eecond tmloon is unsurpassed. ?? ? - ? Passage from Europe, Ac, can be arranged here. Passengers allowed to break their journey at inter tr.ediate ports. Tourists' Ticket*— India, China. Japan, sc Hound the World tickets issued. PASSAGE BATES. Tickets issued at lowest current rates, -fiandbooks, lime-tables, and al...

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FIGHTING THE FLAMES. Broken Hill. October 22. 12.35 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

FIGHTING THE FLAMES. Broken Hill. Ootober 22. 12.35 cm. The condition of affairs at Block 10, into which the fire crept yesterday from Block 11, is very satisfactory. Captain Warreu this morning made a thorough inspection of the place and reports most hopefully as to the state of the fire. No fire, he Bays, has extended below the 315-ft. level, and the fire in the upper levels is being gradually but surely driven uacic into a lesser area, xnere is a pieniiiui supply of water at the 240-ft. level and a pressure of 300 lb. to the square inch is being maintained. Four firemen have suffered greatly from the effects of the gases underground last night and two ? were rendered unconscious. A mine workman also lost his senses. The firemen are now within 10 ft. of Blook 11 boundary at one point. The Proprietary mine workmen are engaged in making gal vanized iron cylinders to connect with ?the' cylinders at the new McGregor ?shaft. Pipes are being earned over the hill, apparently with the int...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

(K iWS JEA8 Affi THE pT ind Bare the Largest Sale mtie Worid. iffTM |_IPIOH iwm \\vm ypTOB 41PTOM Lipioa CeyJenXetsatl : Coffee Suppii^: WarehouaeB: Ibflaema Mills, Cinnamon Gardens Colombo. Oeylon Office * Oppet Cbatbuo. street, Colombo. Indian Tea Ehip and xbcport Stores ; Hare-street, Stand, Calcutta. Indian Offices: DtlhouBteaquaxe, Calcutta. New York Offices : 89, Water-street. Chicago Offices : 1618, Jlonadoock Tfi A. MERCHANT ? ? .' TEE QtJSSSL rHE FINEST TEA THE WORLD CAN PRODUCE. BIOH, PUEE, i2fl- FRA0EAHT OIRBOT JSBGM THE GROWEE ?3O3HE CONSUMER. Upton's Teu gamed the highest and only Award in the Britiah Section atlbeAVorld'BFair, Chicago. UPTON \WW JJPTON [_IPTOK |_ipron UPT6H 1_IPTON UPTOH'S CBffEE ESSEHGE AND COFFEE AND CHICORY ESSENCE. Guaranteed Pure and the Finest ever made. Delicious and Fragrant It is handy at all timei, and con be made in a few seconds. TtlPTQiPS CONDENSED 3IILK. Superior Quality. Richest in Cream. iiptons Famous Earns and Bacon, Biscuits, Cocoas,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

'^TATALA NORTH DISTRICT COUNCIL. *TOTlt!E.-Tne r-TOHh'^T\rilI sit asT; COURT .of: 'APPEAL on' MONDAY, November 4,, at 2 o'clock; p.in.,^at theTJouncil Chamber' Salisbury, to hear £ppeais against the Assessment, if any. jSm JAMES HARVEY, Clerk. Public Companies. ? &OLD STONE. HAYCRAFT'S GOLD EXTRACTION CO., ' LIMITED, are prepared to treat with SEINING COM PANIES for adoption of their Process. . Parcels of ore of 6 tons and upwards treated at *the Company's Works at East Adelaide. ' For terms apply at the Works ; or to A. SIDNEY CLARK, 287aiu3x285-S62r 69, Knto Whaiam-sthebt. Miscellaneous. ? A PRICOTS (dried), 4Jd.; Canary Seed, Kice, J\_ Tapioca and Sago, Is. 6d. dozen ; Beecham's Villa, 8Jd. ; Matches (best), Is. 4jd. for 12 dozen f Honey (2 lb. tins), 5d.; Liebig'sWeat Extract, ls.;Mellin'Band ? Beetle's Food, 1*. 6Jd. ; Currants and Uaisins, 4d. ; In sect Destroyer (large tins). 9d. ; Angel's Tea(with8ugar Free), Zs.^CroH-n Brand Golden Tipped Tea, 2a.; Soap fbest qualit...

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PATTI'S BLAZE OF DIAMONDS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

PATTrS BLAZE OF DIAMONDS. Recent accounts of the blaze of diamonds displayed by Mdme. Adeliua Patti when the 'Queen of J5ong' apnears upon, the stage, have evoked some reminiscences, in a French contemporary, of the jewelB worn by famous actresses in the past. It appears (says the Londou Globe) that Mdme. Patti has sur passed' all her predecessors in the splendor and value of her jewels, but others have been no less proud to exhibit these convincing proofs of the enthu siasm of their admirers. In the earlier years in the present century Mdlle. Mars was famous for her diamonds. In fact the announcements of her approaching perfor mances often informed the public that 'Mdlle. Mars will appear with all her diamonds. :- Mdlle. Duverger. another star of the dramatic firmament, who haslong since ceased to shine, , was famous for her emeralds, so much so that managers were wont to make it a necessary condition of her engagement that she should wear them on the stage. Coming down to more rec...

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CLEANING GLOVES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

CLEANING GLOVES. Every woman of taste likes to wear clean gloves at all times, but she abhors cleaned gloves ; still it is often necessary to economise in this sometimes expensive item of woman's wardrobe, and there are many occasions on which a pair of old but not dirty gloves will pass niuster. me jrans xaoac gives me rouow uig directions for renovating gloves :— Damp and put them on a glove-stretcher; sponge with recently' rectified oil of camphor or tur pentine; when dry bang them in a draught for a few days. Doe and buckskin . and wash leather clean with a mixture of fuller's earth and alum ; brush this off and spriukle with dry bran and whiting. If much soiled wash in lukewarm water, curd soap, and ox-gall ; stretch, and rub with pipeclay and yellow ochre made info a paste with beer ; dry gradu ally, rub when hair dry, put into shape, coyer with paper, and iron them. For washing gloves, a strong lather should be made of curd soap and milk ; put on the glove and apply the lathe...

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THE GAWLER INSTITUTE. PORTRAITS OF MESSES. BURTON, WARREN, AND BARNET. Gawler. October 21. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 26 October 1895

THE GAWLER INSTITUTE. PORTRAITS OF MESSES. BURTON, WARREN, AND BARNET. G.awler. October 21. The ceremony of unveiling the portraits of the late Messrs. L. S. Burton, G. Warren, aud W. Baraetwas performed in the reading room .of the institute, by the Hon. Jas. Martin, M.L.C., at 5 o'clock on Monday ?^afternoon. The retiring president of the institute (Mr. A. G. Wells) presided over a large and representative attendance, among those present being several relatives of the deceased gentlemen. traits he referred feelingly to the friendship which had existed between the three geu tie- men and himself, and said how much he missed them and their counsel. He thought it a great credit to those ' who had so liberally responded to the appeal for subscriptions in order to do something to keep green the memory of three of the oldest inhabitants of Gawler who had done so much for the town in various ways. He had much pleasure in handing over the paintings to the institute. The Mayob of Gawi,eb (Mr...

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