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Correspondence. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 October 1905
Correspondence. . (TO $HE EDITOR.) . Sir,— In your contemporary's re port to-day of the Hospital Sunday movement, I see that in answer to a question, the Secretary stated he had no renlv from the Rechftbitos. I have been instructed by the Lodge to explain the reason, which is that their letter was received the day after our meeting sight, and the meeting, at which the letter said aU arrangements were to be made took place a week before our next meet ing,' so it was considered at (he meeting useless to appoint delegates, and unnecessary to reply. I am also instructed to state that our Lodge intend to be represented in the pro cession. Thanking you in anticipation,-— i I am, GEO. GBOSE, Acting Secretary, I. O. Reohabites. Corowa, October IS.
Commercial. LOCAL RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 October 1905
Commercial.- ; ' LOCAL RETAIL PRICES. Butter (factor)') Is Id to le 2d. Butter, (dairy), 8d to lOd. Cheese, 8a to 9d.* Eggs,6d. Bacon, 8d to 9d. East, 7d to 9-3. Currants, 5 Jd to 6a. Eaisins, 6d to 6d. . y Onions, (per. cvrt.), 31s. Potatoes, 10s. Oats, 2s 3d to 2s 6d. Fowl seed, 3s. ' ' ' Bran, lid to Is. Pollard, Is Id to Is 2d, Flour, 16b to 17s. Chaff, £3,
WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 October 1905
WOOL. There \ras a good attendance at the opening of the Sydney wool sales, and keen competition for all lines. Best descriptions commanded most attention, but all grades sold were comparatively hioh. Cro9sbreds andgoojj stapled lambs brought strong prices^ On Thursday 9457 bales were catalogued, asd 8742 sold. The market was very firm at late rates for all good wools. The top price for greasy was 12}d, and scoured 23[d.
Schools Excursion. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 October 1905
Schools Excursion. Owing to the arrangements made, the Schools Excursion on the 27th. inst. to Beechworth, will be very en joyable, as much to adults as to the younger generation. Mr. Falconer Frasor the energetic secretary has been advised by the Hon. Secretary of the Beechworth Tourists Club that the School's excursion from, Bright, takes place on the same day. Ar rangements have been made for the Hospital, Benevolent Asylum, Fire Station, the OHurches, Public Library Town Hall, Council Chambers, -the Gaol, etc., to be open for. inspection to the visitors. The Rocky Mountain G. M. Coy., will have their giant nozzle at work all day. Coaches will be running to the various sights, at low rates. Queen Victoria Park has been secured for the picnickers, and altogether everything points to a real good time. A public committee has been formed to attend to the re ception of the visitors.
Religious Notices. SERVICES FOR OCTOBER, 1905. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 October 1905
Religious Notices. SEBYICES FOB OCTOBEB, 1905. Cjtubch OF ENGLAKD.— Divine Services -Rill (D.Y.) be held as follows : October IS, Howlong, S p.m.; Corowa, 7.30 p.m. W. CLAUSE HOSE, Archdeacon. CHUBCH OF ENGLAND, W'AHQUKYAH. — Service every Sunday at Wuhgunvah State School at'll a.m. . A. J. E. HABBIS-RIYETT. CATHOLIC CHUBCH.— Mass ?will be cele brated as follows : First Sunday of every month, Corowa, 8 a.m. ; Hovrlong, 11 a.m. Fifth Sunday of every month, Corowa, 8 a.m.; Lowesdale 11 a.m. All other Sun days, Corowa. 9 and 11 a.m. . REV. P. HICKE5T, PBESBrTEBIAK CHURCH, Corowa and Howlong. — Divine Services will be held as follows : Anniversary Services— ^Special Ser mons will be preached at 31 a.m., 3 p.m., and 7.30 p.m. on Sunday, October 15. , Howlong, 11.30 a.m. and 7.30p.m.— Rev. A. R. McEhee, of Western Australia. &EV. A. MCWaTT-ALTjAN. 3IETB0DIST CHUBCH, Corowa. — Ser- vices as follows on Sunday next, October 15 : Corowa, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. ; Burryjaa, 3 p.m. Rev. G...
Condensed. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 October 1905
Condensed. The Lord Mayor's Bal], Melbourne, ' whs u l))i]li;iiit success. A nutiiMiiil inciiioniil for ihe Jala Dr. ]i:irnmlo, tlic philanthropist, is mooted. There lias Iihpii ton-Mile hruhility shown hy the Coss:icks in Moscow. ^omen :iinl hoys wefe tnken to tlio Cotirlyard of t.ho Prefect and lashed with v hiiis and the butt end of rifles. JIohi of (he victims were maimed or ttisabled. The earnings of the New South Wales railways last week were £97,000 — tlie lai't'ost ever l'ecorded in one week. 'The Christinnity of to-day is by Vi6 menus free from pasim'siii.'— Th6 ]}islio)iof Wnngaratla, sneaking-at St James' Cbtirc'i. A resident of New York lias offered £10,000, under certain conditions, to Dr. Belirinj;, for the immediate an nouncement of the new cure for tuberculosis. Ci-ick dikes, or seems to, iiis arrest lightly enough. When bail was being fixed, Click jocularly remarked: 'You won 'I take my own bail for £10,000 or an improvement leaws?' A German professor pleads, in ex ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 October 1905
GEORGE W.FIGG INS, : Bicycle Works, Sanger-street, Corowa. MACHINES built to order from £10 10s to £11 10s, with 12 lnontV .guarantee, samples of which cad be seen on the premise!). All our Machines are carefully tested before delivery, and the finish and staving power is of the best. LADIES' AND GENT'S BIKES FOR HIRE. Acetylene Gas Lamps iJl prioos. Parts of Machines kept in stock, or inadu to order. We repair all classes of Bicyoles and Guns. Enamelling done on the premises. g\j/Pm '''mm m ? ?imL.*»mjyyiM»iiiii ? II ??ii—iiiii wm ? ii^ B8^ ?f The Gentle Influence of Electricity Is Wore Effective Than ALL Other Treatments. For twenty-fire years we have /C^ffS^T successfully treated thousands ^-i**- J»ig ^ST''^' ? \ of casesof Men's Diseases. We /^ maSs^sKlT' TKkJl^^... J have given particular attention w- '?SSRT^ W* m /^ -j£v and thought to this class of ^fer y^JT l/~'j^^r ailment, and throughout our ^feifr^ gr (^gBp^ long practice we have found ^wg \S\V-C SBF that fully eighty per...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 October 1905
SPECIAL HORSE SRLE, TWO bHYS1 SrlLE. AT COROWA, ON THURSDAY & FRIDAY 2nd& 3rd November, (Commencing at 10 O'clock, Shnrp). 260 — HEAD HOUSES — 250 250 — HEAD HOESES — 250 — INCLTOIXG— 800 MAGNIFICENT DRAUGHTS. A. A. Piggin & Co. Announce that' they trill hold a Lnrgp Special Horse £ale at Corowa ou THE ABOVE DATE, when they Mill yard posi- 1 tivelj 200 Head of Horses, including :i j Special Line of — I On account of itR. JOHN MOKRISSEY. I Quat Quatta :— j 100 Draught Geldings and Fillies, from 3 to ! 6 years old, broken and uubrokeu, di- j rect from the Lacklan River, Cowr.i, N.S.W. This line will undoubtedly comprise the finest lot of Draughts ; ever offered in the Corowa sale yards. I They will include all classes suitable for j heavy work, and farm sorts, and are in j splendid condition. Good jud(,-e- who have seen them report them uiidoul)t- ; edly ft high -class line, and cm.tv horse ' will be offered for absolute sale.' J 60 Selected Draughts ; nothing ...
The Farm and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 October 1905
The Farm and Station. There wili piveiivally i ,? vo early crop arov.nd ];.mf.::'ra di-.v:e!. It is rcjiorled fium QiiiiHuii. (Q.), that the drought is becoming \ery serious. When the water dries at the Gum Holes, 10 miles from Cork Station, in about a fortnight, there will he a dry stretch of fc'O miles on (lie Diaincntina-road, which will render it impossible to travel stock. The ' Wonga Fell ' took away on Thursday, on account of the Japanese Government, a large numherof prime bullocks and one of tiie choicest lota of horses that has ever been sent out of any State in Australia. A strike of shearers occurred last week lit Wallendool station, near 1 Albury. The nrr ol,vci-V, So (vr-r? ! llvir l'rll: I r-. V ! ?? v ? ? IK ... j la^l U'::r :?: .'\i:i:..'ni..;. i- . As the i r.ian.ij.'or refn-e.i to di?i;;;s-j ihe two : ire'i, the u;:ior^is, L^ in number, i ce;'.f-ed work, and v.en; io lieuly. ; Tiie n::^';i,^cr inu-ndp to j.roscciiie. j The i::i r, I rv.iVfi1, ciaim liny had a i ri....
Corowa Bowling Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 October 1905
Corowa Bowling Club. A meeting of the above club was held on Thursday evening, when there were present : — Messrs. R. Alston, F. Johnson, W. Langler, A. Hay, Taubman, McPhee and E. P. Brooks (Hon. Sec). The meeting was called to discuss the advisa bility of adding a new rule relating to the admission of new members, -but owing to the attendance not being considered sufficiently representative it was adjourned to next week, to be' held in the School of Arts. The Hon. Sec. (Mr. E. P. Brooks) an nounced that he had received an invitation from-the Hon. Sec. of the Butherglen Bowling Club to. all the members and their lady friends to tbe opening of their rinks on Wed nesday next, the 18th inst. All tbe gentlemen present promised to at tend. ?
By WIRE-REUTER. MELBOURNE,Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 October 1905
By Wire— Beuter. Melbourne, Friday. Scratchings .—Caulfield Cup, Admirer ; Toorak Handicap, Lorna Doone; Debutante Stakes, Sir Tristram and Carronade Filly. * * * At the Practice Court to-day, John Colman, a bookmaker, soueht an injunction to restrain the V.R.C. from imposing betting fees. Mr. Justice Holroyd promised to con sider the application next week. The following tips for to-morrow's events were issued to-day :— Debu- tante Stakes :, Oreillet 1, Gapon 2, Arcturus3. Caulfield Stakes: Glad some 1, Marvel Loch 2, Emir 3. Ringwood Steeplechase: Obydos 1, Bosun 2, Warfield 3. Guineas: Lady Wallace 1, Charles Stuart 2, Pim 8. Toorak Handicap : Sylvan King 1, Oporto 2, Red Streak 3.
THE SKETCHER Pranks Princes Play. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 October 1905
THE SKETCHED ] Pranks Princes Play. ; From a newly published German work on Prince Bismarck, it appear* that one* in his student days the great Chancellor had occasion to awaken in the morning certain of his comrades who had lumped trail mwniirlit:. The war he went about it shows the ' man of blood and iron.' i» a curiously human mood. Having knocked at the door in vai«, and failed to burst open the lock, Bis marck went outside and fired a pistol through the window, bringing tbe ceiling down on the deepen. When in the course of hla European tour last year the Shah of Persia reaued Paris, he found himself suffering from s severe toothache, and accordingly gave lt»« command for a dentist to wait on him. When the gentleman arrived, however, his Majesty's courage failed kirn, and bt would not allow the dentist even to look at the tooth. The following day the Shah had the del. list before him again. His Majot/s toothache was not troubling him this morning, but, asking the dentut to show ...
Important Horse Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 October 1905
Important Horse Sale.. ' . In'&ndther column will be found particulars of an important sale of torses, including 100 head of draught geldings .and fillies, which will be conducted by Messrs. A. A Piggin & Co., at Corowa, on Thursday and Friday, November 2nd and 3rd. This ' will be one of the most important and largest sales held in this district. The line of draughts coming forward are from the Lach lati River, Cowra, so they can be depended upon to be well boned, sound horses. With tbe harvest season coming on, -the sale should attract a good class of buyers. We understand the horses coming for ward are for absolute sale. They are 'now fattening on the river flats all in splendid buckle. ? ' . . On Thursday the Mayor, (Mr. Tbos. 'Parian) and Mr.' Falconer TOlser, waited on Messrs A. A. 'Pidgin' 'and Coy., with a view of hav 'n%&e 'date of the Special . Horse Sales postponed, as it clashed with the Beechworth excursion, a large ?number of farmers wishing to a...
A VIOLENT PRISONER. MELBOURNE, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 October 1905
A VIOLENT PRISONER. 1IELB0UBKE,' Friday night. A prisoner undergoing a sentence tof three years' hard labor in Pen tridge was sentenced, to seven days' solitary,- for smoking. When being Wte&io the cells he made a violent atta'ctOn Warder Thomas. 1 ' 'DRpWglNG. FATALITY. . ? The body of John Duncan, aged 14, was found in. tjie- Yarra. While punting rats on the wharves he fell in and was drowned. A HEAVY SENTENCL. John Lucas, sentenced to six years for assault with intent to rob, re 'ceived fifteen lashes. He bore the punishment without a murmur. HOSPITAL PATIENT SUICIDES. At the inquest concerning the death of Isabella Sands, a patient in the Melbourne Hospital, who stabbed herself with a pair of scissors, the Coroner found that deceased committed suicide in a fit of temporary or impulsive insanity.
Sporting Notes. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 October 1905
Sporting Notes. RAOiHO FlXTDBES. Rutherglen R. O., Ootober 86. Wangmratta T. C, Ootober 38. L. V. Raoes, (Corom), November 1, Beechvorth, November IS. Final acceptances for the CVulfield Cup close on Monday next, when the field will be very considerably, re duced. . Marvel. Loch pleased her cup, sup porters at Caulfield on . Thursday. She ran nine furlongs in 1. 581, the first mile being thrown behind in lniin.-44isecs. Dividend is to be sent to BacohuB Marsh for a lengthy spell. Although not broken down altogether, as his track work showed, his trainer real ised that it would be impossible to wind him up at present, « ♦ * Gladsome is beinj consistently backed for the Melbourne Cup, and is now second favorite for that impor tant race, notwithstanding the fact that her public performances suggest that a two-mile journey is a little too far for her. * * * Emir put up a great gallop at Flemington on Thursday. .The son of Wallace, with Robs lip, ran away .from F.J.A., completing nine fu...
Golf. AVENUE v. COROWA. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 October 1905
Golf. |. AVENUE v. COROWA. -xi 3i. ?? ~r7~- — * Rh ?'enjoyable game was played on iHie', Avenue Links on Wednesday afternoon, a match having been ar ranged with the Corowa Club. The weather was perfect for the Tgame, and the light fall of rain the evening before out the links in sDlendid order. The ladies of the Avenue Club had thoughtfully provided afternoon tea, which was much appreciated. Amongst the ladies' dispensing hospi tality '.were the Misses Grimmond, MaudTaylor, J. Campbell, M. Chi vell,' Marti, Thorpe and Clayton. Tbe. match resulted in a win for the borne team, a result which was some what accounted for by the absolute necessity -of straight drives on the Avenue Links. Golfing is something similar to bicycling. If you don't iJfaoi. to run into ' a particular thing, ypu. jnyariobly'do, and a golf ball has &e.3S«WP exasperating .peculiarity. Themftteh wflB twice, round.. The following was -the result,: — /, . M.Giimmond 6 H. -Ogilvie 0 J, Grimmond 8 E. B. Nicolso...
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 October 1905
[?] -The E. C. Eaeaar held at Temora, ckared a profit .of 41050.-^ . ,-'?' . ' The tenquiry into' the jleatjijfof miner J. Pollard at the Great North ern ]$? C. Mine, resulted in'a verdict of accidental-oeaih. Some of ?tttt'iSoBts- 6F ttur-Kre Brigade Building, 'have shown signs of decay. Bepairs are.being taken in hand at once. ' '''' The Government intend vesting the' control of motor and motor cycling in the hands of the policeTtor the whole of the State. Twenty five prints of rain fell at Redlands, on Wednesday. Bain was heavier out Culoairn and Brooklesby way. There was a nice tail ol rain on Tuesday eight,- about 25 points being registered. More rain is wanted, badly in the district. The condenser system has been extended at the local Post Office, and communication by telephone is now available with Wodonga, Chiltern, Waugaratta, and Benalla. : * Mr. Mat G reeves, a sleeper' cutter at Bedlands, met with a nasty acei dent last week, being thrown otiifqii gig. Mr. Greeves had hi...
THE SUPERSESSION OF THE PASTURES BOARD. , [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 October 1905
THE SUPERSESSION OF THE PASTURES BOAKD. ' !The -motion carried at the last meeting' of the Corowa Pastures Protection Board, to the effect that the Board was in favor of being feupersajed under the Shires' Bill, «Bo'uldmeet with general approval. As Mr. Lonsdale remarked, let us have proper local government. One of the evils this State has to labor under is the multiplicity of govern ing bodies. Starting from the Fe deral Parliament, we have a long list of public bodies, including State Parliaments, municipal coun cils, public boards, pastures' boards, hospitals, progress committees, and so on. All these bodies and cor porations ara, when the matter is considered, an additional burden on the community. The modern ten dency is to combine — to amalgamate forces and reduce expenses — ani the policy that has been found suc cessful in commerce will have the same effect in government. No one who studies the present state of politics will deny the necessity of economy. The increase in taxa...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Friday. SHIRES BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 October 1905
iM'EST TELEGRAMS. f . i : ? (Beuters.) ^ SVDNET, IViday. ?= **' ' SHIEES BILL. The State 'Ministry are highly pleased that the ShireB Bill has been passed,.! They now regard the oon ^uttunfttion of Local Government as assured. .,1 ..E^TaADITIGN OP WILLIS. The Department of Justice , has not vet. received any definite infor mation as to what progress has been made with the extradition of Willis from South Africa. RIFLE SHOOTING. The Bine Association Meeting commenced to-day. There are a splendid lot of entries, every State being represented, excepting Tas mania. FOREIGN NEWS. London cables to hand advise that an Italian butcher at Drookley has been murdered by four members of a Secret Italian Society for refusing to pay 1000 dollars blackmail. EXPLOSION ON. A WARSHIP. A six-inch shell exploded aboard the warship Argonaut. The vessel was in Medway Sound, and had on board 3000 shells. As -a result Of the explosion the magazine was flooded. No lives were lost. BOOTH'S IMMIGRATION SCHEME...