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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 16 December 1905
A Mother of Twelve. 'About four years ego,' writes Mrs E. E. Warneininde, North Pines (Q.) ' my little boy, then alwut five weeks old, had a severe attack of diarrhoea, and though I was giving him the medicine prescribed lie did not seem to get any better. I bad seen in the papers that Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy ha'l cured cases similar to his, so 1 thought I would give it a trial. To my great relief he showed improve ment after the first dose, and it only took a couple of doses to completely cure my infant. I am a mother oi twelve children, and after my experience I can safely re commend it.' For sale by T. Parkin, Corowa.
Corowa College. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 16 December 1905
Corowa College. The distribution of prizes iu con nection with tbe above school, took place privately, on Thursday, in St. Johns' school-room. Tho Principal Mr. Begg, presided. The report was of a satisfactory character, thealten danco having increased and the half yearly examinations successfully held. Tho following is the prize list. HOKOB MST.— Home Work. Essays, Class VI.— T. If. Taylor. Class V.— J. R. Hudson. Class lil.— J. H. Brondbent. MAPPING.— Class VI.— T. H. Tuylor. Class V.-A. Ii. PiggiH. Cliiss 111.— 3'. 11. Broadbent. EXEUCISE8.— Class VI.— T. H. Taylor. Class V.— \V. H. Broadbeiit. Cluss 111.— J. B. Broadbout. CHUISTMAS EXAMINATION. English Subjects (7) ; second honor* 05% of marks. Class V.— J'. B. Hudson, W. R. Broad bent, A. H.Piggin. Class III, (second honors). — \V. V. Lang, J. K. Brondbent, W, H. MncVcan. , BOOK-KEEPING.— A. R. Piggiu. FBENCH, Class V.— J. H. Hudson. Class HI.— W. H. MucVcan. LATIN. Cluss V.— W. B. Broadbout. Class UI.-J. B. Brondlwii!;. Mathem...
Fish Facts, and Fancies [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 16 December 1905
Fish Facts, and Fancies [By Spoon Bait,] Although the stream has been pretty clear tbe last week or ko, there are no decent hauls reported. Probably that accounts for the non appearance on the river hank of several of iho most enthusiastic local anglers. Still, it may be lack of bait has kept them away. Judging by the way fishers are growling, a lad should make good money supplying bait, I have been informed liy ono of the honorary Inspectors that the legal minimum weight has been re duced to 1 Jibs. It is 'about time it was. A black gropor, weighing 30011)., and 6ft. in length, was recently cap tured by Messrs. Bucklaud, Cusack, and Shakespeare, net fishermen, on hauling ground opposite Ulmarra, known ns the sandspit, Clarence River, N.S.W. This is the first occasion known that a groper has been caught there, and the monster was a curio, as was evidenced by the hundreds of people who flocked to see it before being placed in tho fish box for ship ment to Sydney. The idea brought for...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 16 December 1905
Hudson's Hedical Hall. WITH SUMMER COME EYE COMPLAINTS. P(r Thirty-Throe Years THREE FAMOUS REMEDIES have thriven in Riverina. Golden Eye Drops ? 2s Golden Eye Ointment ? ... 2s Golden Fly Lotion ? 1s -?-? POSTED EVEEYWHBRE. THEY FIX: Bad Eyes, Sore Eyes, Inflamed Eyes, Weak Eyes, Fly-Bitteu Eyes. Q I LJLI ES, CHEMIST, COROWA. TflBLE - BEER, Per 6d. Bottle. OBTAINABLE AT ALL HOTELS. AND WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS. BREWED BY THE flLBURY BREWING $ HflLTINQ COriFflNY, LTD. H- R. WAY & SONS, ~~ WAHGUNYAH. Roller Flour Millers, Threshers, Chaff-cutters, and Saw Millers. Flour, Bran, Pollard, Wheat, Chick Wheat, Whole Meal. GRISTING DONE IN ANY QUANTITY. OATS CRUSHED. CORN SACKS. Highest Cash Price Given for Wheat. ALL LETTERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Xfftas and New Year Gifts ! OPINIONS may differ as to tbe treatment meted out to New South Wales by the Federal Parliament, but there i8 perfect unanimity lhat J. W. Taylor's Is the Lending House in Corowa (or all XMAS REQUISITES, which ...
The N.Z. Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 16 December 1905
The N.Z. Elections. As the result of the elections in New Zealand, Mr. Seddon'a unique record re mains unbroken. It is an astonishing leeord— that of this masterful man. He completed in May last his twelfth year as Premier of New Zealand, and easily occupies the senior position in respect of length of office of any Premier in Britfsb. dependen cies. But this is only one of his achieve ments. He has also represented one con stituency, on the West Coast of the South Island, for 35 years, in 28 sessions ; and is able to claim that he is the only member o! the House of Representatives who has held his Boat uninterruptedly since the general election of 1879, when he first outared Par liament and attached himself to the party of Sir George Grey, then a formidable figure in New Zoalund politics. When Mr. Seddon, from tho position of Minister of Public Works, stepped into that of Premier in 189S, on the death ot Mr. Bnllnucc, it was freely predicted thnt he would not hold the Liberal Party ...
The Broome Murderers. BUNGLE AT THE EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 16 December 1905
The Broome Murderers. BUNGLE AT THE EXECUTION. In the Freenmntlo Gaol on Thurs day morning Charles Hagen, a Nor wegian ; Pftb'lo ' Marquez, n Manila man': andF8iifi'ou Snndo, si Manila man, wore hanged for the numlcr of Mark Liehliy, » Jewish commercial traveller, at Broome. Hagen was the first man hanged, and after his execution Espadii and M&rquez were brought to the scaffold together, and Espada, in reply to the usual question, said, ' Me kill white man.' After this Espada ami Mar quez carried on a heated altercation in their own language, and the execu tioner, losing his presence of mind, was unable to check it. As the lever was about to be pulled Espada suc ceeded in raising his manacled hands above his head and grasping the rope. After some delay bis hands were re leased from the rope, and the fatal bolt was drawn. In the confusion, Webster, the principal warder of the gaol, was standing with one foot on the edge ot the trap-door, and as the prisoners fell he was throw...
BANKRUPTCY COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 16 December 1905
, BANKRUPTCY -COURT. The public examination in the bankrupt estate of Robert Newell Bull, dentist, Corowa, was held at the 'Court House, before the District Registrar (Mr. M. Lougfiold) yester day. The statement filed showed liabilities ££15 16s 3d, assets £304 17s. Bankrupt attributed hie failure to losses incurred in the purchase and conducting of a chemist's busi ness in March, 1904. His creditors had agreed to a composition of 7s 6d in the pound.
Local and General. THE river was 6ft. 9in. above summer level last night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 16 December 1905
- Local and General. THE river was Cft. Din. above summer level last night. RHEUMATISM. — The quick relief from pain afforded by applying Chamberlains' I'ain Balm is worth many times the cost. For sale by T. Parkin, Corowa. * MEASLES. — Measles are reported to be very bad in some parts of the district. Out KentUcky and Burryjaa way it is stated that almost every house has been visited bv this complaint. Licensing COURT.— Tha Quarterly and Special Licensing Court for tbc considera tion of applications for publicans, colonial wine, brewers' &c, licenses, or renewals, will be held at the Corowft Court House on the 3rd January next. Regatta at Lake M06DEMERfi. By particulars in another column it-ill be 6een that an enjoyable outing will be pro vided on New Year's Day at Lake Moode mere. There will be several rowing events, also other attractions. For the time of the year 110 more suitable sport could be de vised. Removing Rabbit Peoop Gates — An Overtou correspondent writes ' th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 December 1905
A Mother of Twelve. ' About four years ago,' writes Mrs E. E. Warneuiindc, North Tines (Q.) 'iny little boy, then about five weeks old, had a severe aftack of diarrhoea, and though I was Riving him the medicine prescribed he did not seem to get anv yetter. I had seen in the papers that Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy had cured cases similar to his, so I thought I would give it a trial To my great relief he showed improve ment after the first dose, and itonly took a couple of doses to completely cure my infant. I am a mother of twelve children, and after my experience I can safely re commend it.' For sale by T. Parkin, Corowa. Without B. N. BULL you cannot have a perfect set of artificial teeth to masticate ?our food. *
Important Judgment on Love-making. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 December 1905
Important Judgment on Love-making. Judge John Kirlicks, of the Cor poration Court, U.S.A., has deter mined the legal meaning of the term ' goo-goo eyes,' as used in the famous anti-flirting ordinance of Houston. The opinion was delivered upon the conviction of John McPaul, charged with violation of tho ordin ance. Tho opinion says: — ' By tho ' goo goo ' eyes is meant any contortion, unusual movement, or any fixed unusual attitude of the eyes, providing said contortion, un usual movement, or unusual fixed attitude is made with the intent of attracting, alluring, or conjuring the attention of any woman or female, as the said ordinance recites. It will be noted that such eyes, if made at an infant in arms, provided it is of the gentler sex, is unlawful upon the streets of the city. ' Tbe intent is the point upon which the main construction must be placed. A stare is a ' goo-goo ' if it is committed with intent ; a wink accompanied by intent is a ' goo-goo,' likewise the cocking of an ...
Murder by Blacks. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 December 1905
Murder bjr Blacks. News of a terrible murder by blacks has been received from Port Darwin. Mr. Fred. M. Bradshaw, one of the owners of Brodshaw's run, on the Victoria River; Mr. Jerry Skeehan, the manager of the adjoining station of Auvergne; to gether with Ernest Dannock and Ivan Eggoreffe, employes of Mr. Bradshaw, and three friendly black boys,, were murdered by seven or eight natives, whom they were taking to Port Darwin in Mr. Bradsbaw's oil launch. Mr. BradshaVs party were on their way to Port Darwin, a distance of 300 miles. After they hod left the Victoria River and were skirting along the coast, the smoke of a camp could be seen, and white men came down to the shore and signalled to the launch. It was a Government boring party, and Mr. Bradshaw went ashore in the launch's dinghy to see the bead man. This party hod consisted of the two Harveys (father and son), Beckwith, Mockie, May and Giles. The blacks had, however, given them serious trouble. They had stolen a quantity of...
New Publication. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 December 1905
New Publication. The ''Centenary History of tbe Presbyterian Church of N. S. Wales ' leaves the hands of the printer this week, - We have received specimen sheets of this interesting work, and there is no doubt that it will be a record of their church prized by all Presbyterians. It has been compiled by the late Rev. Dr. Cameron, and Rev. John Walker. The illustrations, of which there are 120, include pic tures of Churches, Manses, Colleges, and leading ministers, and are beauti fully finished. The sale price is 7s. Gd. for the volume. There is also a two volume edition at a guinea. The publishers write : — 'Our ambition is to. see a copy of the History in every Presbyterian family in New South Wales. To save expense wo intend to sell tho History from the Church Offices and we depend upon our people to back up our efforts in this matter.' Orders should be sent to the Rev. John Walker, 23 York-street, Syd ney, from whom all information may be obtained.
RED TAPE ! [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 December 1905
RED TAPE ! A typical example of the peculiar methods of the Victorian Railway Department has been brought under our notice. A business man in Wahguuyah had occasion to give credit to an employee of the depart ment, such credit being permitted by reason of his being in t'-.e Go vernment eniplov. The account was met by an order given on the Department. This order w.is drawn out on the form specially printed by the Government Printer and sup plied by tbe Department. It is termed 'order to pay agent,' .and, in this case, was filled up for an amount of one pound odd, aud duly presented to the Department. After a week or so it was returned, with the information that the amount to the credit of the employee is two pounds odd, aud that the order should be for tbat amount exactly. In tbe meantime the employee in question has been removed, and, being a casual hand, hag probably left the service. ~ It should be re membered tbat the order in question: is.fiUed up on a. form issued !by the Depar...
WALLA WALLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 December 1905
WALLA WALLA. A very pleasant evening was spent at the break-up of the Walla West Half-Time School on Friday for the Christmas .Holidays, when songs, recitations, and dialogues were ren dered by the school children, and a prize was presented to each child. The presentations were mode by Mr. Odewahn, Sen., who, in doing so, said he was pleased to see tbe children, and the way that they performed was a credit to themselves. Harvc:='.'i £ is in full swing. The oat crops are turning out splendidly, but the wheat yield is not as good as last year. The Railway Commissioners must be expecting a good harvest as they have just completed a new weigh bridge, and tire having the siding extended 40 or 50 yards. We are having some very warm weather, to-day being the hottest.
Huddleston. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 December 1905
Huddleston. They still tell n good tule on the Western Circuit of the experiences ot Htiddleston. :if terwards the we'1-knowu Judge, when he was leader at the local assizes. There was In Exeter « r-r.rrnfn linrsr»dealcr of the Btime of Jacobs, who was of a very lltigous tuni of mind, and frequently n party, on one side or the other, to a law suit. The consequence of this state of affairs was that Huddleston. who was at that time briefed in nearly every case of any Im. porlauce, came to know the horse. dealer well-at least, In the wltnesB bo\. On one occasion one of Jacobs' suits came on for trial before Baron Martin, who had not travelled the clr. cult before. When It came to Huddle ston's turn to cross-examine bis old ac quaintance, the famous Q.C. rose anfl ?began familiarly : ' Well, Jacobs f ' Well, iluddleston !' came the swift rotort. The Judge was horrified, awl severely reprimanded the witness, ' You must treat the learned counsel with respect, sir.' ' My lord,' replied the ...
CLEAR HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 December 1905
CLEAR HILLS. A school concert was held at the Oaklands School of Arts on Thurs day night last,, and. was n splendid success. There were about two hundred parents and friends present. The entertainment opened with a fine exhibition of dumb-bell exercises by the pupils of the Oaklands school. Their teacher, Miss O'Dea, deserves great praise for the care and trouble Bhe had gone to in training and per fecting the children, and that lady must have been very pleased at the success of this item, 'and the efforts of her pupils generally. The rest of the programme was carried out in the most capable manner. Space will not permit enumerating the suc cess of all the items, but . there was no doubt everyone was proud of the way the children acquitted them selves. Masters Boss and Ivor Pater scored a great hit. in ' Strike up, the Band,' for which they were vigorously encored, the audience joining in the chorus. These are a couple of pupils of Mr. Cecil Grice, who must have token a lot of troub...