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Lake Moodemere Regatta. OFFICE BEARERS: [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 January 1906
Lake Moodfemere Regatta. Office Bearers : Patron : C. Hubs, Esq. President : H. Jackson, Esq. Viee-Presidonts : Messrs. W. \V. Middlcditch and J. Campbell. Treasurer: Mr. W. E. Middloditch. Judge: Mr. O. Chandlor. Starter : Mr.' L. Jack sou. Handicappcrs : Mewts G. Chandler, H. Jackson and F. Bolt. Timekeeper : Mr. W. C. Alien. Committee : Messrs 3. Briggs, 13. Cooper, H. Nott. J. Bchwind, It. W. Allen, H. Cooper, J. Kellet, G. Francis, F. Jones, L. Jaoknon, P. Crowe and Office-bearers. Haudicappcr for. wood chop : Mr. M. Clunc. Hon. Secretary : Mr. Frank Bolt. The Regatta on Lake Moodemere proved the most popular outing on New Year's Day. The weather was splendid, and there were fully fifteen hundred to two thousand people present. The attendance from Co rowa was exceptionally good, this lieing accounted for by the fact of a local boat competing after an absence of many years. The result, there fore, will be a substantial profit to the Clubs. The gates amounted to some £60. The sec...
OBITUARY. DEATH OF MR. ROBERT ALSTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 January 1906
OBITUARY. DEATH OF MR. KOBERT ALSTON. ForoneCorowa family at least the first day of the New Year was fraught with sadueBS. On Monday afternoon a telegram was received from Beech worth stating that Mr. Robert Alston, of this town, bad died suddenly. The news was a great shock to the cpmmunity.aud the utmost sympathy was expressed for the deceased's widow and family. Mr. Alston left Corowa with a team of bowlers to play the first Pennant match at Beechworth. On the journey up a luggage trunk was jolted off the rock of the carriage, and, falling on Mr. Labey/bouuced off, and also struck Mr. Alston. That gentleman com plained of feeling hurt, but took part in the opening of tho match and played two rink«. He got so unwell, however, that he had to stop, and his companions rocognised the case was serious. He was attended to at once by Dr. Zwarin the pavilion-, and that gentleman advised bis removal to the hospital, being of .the opinion that he was suffering from a serious r Hack of heat ...
COROWA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 January 1906
^ ^O^gWA itABKEToI. r John b; Eraser reportn holding ihit usual weekly sale j$f Farm Ahd Dairy Rto duoc, PoUltrJ-, Ppruitura aiid sUodt4e«; ol his mart on Satusaay 30th inst. to a Kilt attendance of buyers. Cohipetitiob was spirited throughout,1 and every lot cleared at 'satisfactory juices. He cold turkey cocks at fis Gd ; Hens, (small) 4s 6d to 6b; Ducks, 4k per pair ; Eggs, 8|d do: ; Hains 8d per lb.; PigB, (suckers) 4s to 5s ; Car. cases Ss 6d each ; Fowls 3s Cd pair. Furniture and sundries at good prices. Next sale will be held on fjaturday *th January. In the local wheat market the price is still 2s lOd nt Corowa; Wahguhyah is Bow tbe same figure — a drop of Jd since last woek. Sellers are offering freely, and a lot of grain is being booked. EnquirieifTor corusneks arc still keen.
P. A. and H. Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 January 1906
- #. A^ and Hv Notes. :~ - 'At tbe - Wagga police court Bobert ..Dougias waa fined £5 pi two lribntW imprisonment for destroying fencing at Bon Accord. It was stated that accused Aikedatthe homestead for tucker, bat :mi refused. ??.'._ Jf the bark will ma freely pnfruit tree ?torts, they, may be budded at tion^enioDoe. ' The chief work in tbe orchard now is gathering of fruits &i they ripen, the frequent use of culti yator, and the keeping in check the numerous orchard pests which are common to all orchards. Codlin math bandages should be regularly examined and grubs destroyed. A bush fire broke out on the rifle range, about a mile FrotnCoofc&mtindiu about mid-day on Sunday week. The. sheds used by the rifle corps jvere totally destroyed. About 500 . Acres of grass were burnt, and the residences of Messrs. A. T. Faunce and JR. A. Morgan narrowly escaped destruction. Tbe fire was blocked by the Gundagai line. The -rifle shed w»b insured for £50. Four swagmen were arre...
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 January 1906
Cricket. On Monday last a -match was played on. the Corowa ground be tween teams representing New South Wales aud Victoria, and, at on a previous occasion, Victoria won. Dr. Lang captained N.S.W., and having won the toss from E. F. Bayliss,tthe Victorian skipper, decided to jiiat. New South Wales made 125, while Victoria totalled 145. The scores are as follow:— ? *' N. B. Wales.— 1st Innings. £. MctnncR, c A. Baylies, b Clifford ..V 3 Hughes, li Clifford , ? 3 B. Hughes, b Clifford ? 90 Wood, bYnttt ? ... ;.. ' 6 Hay, b Yat*s ? 63 Dr. Lang, b Yatcs ? 0 Izon, b H. Bayliss ' ? 30 Johnson, b A. Bayliss ? 1 Jacksou, c \V. Bayliss, h A- Bayliu ... 0 Gillies, b H. Bayliss ' ...' ... ... 0 Steveus, uot out ? ' ... ' ... 0 Sundries ... ... , ? .9 Total ? J35 2nd Innings. Hay c Cullen, b A. Baylin ,.. ... 0 Hughes, c.H. Bayliss, Si A.- Ba'yliu ... ig Mclnnes, c and b Clifford ? 48 Wood, c H. Bnyliss, b A. Bayliss ... a Ikmi, bA. Baylist ? 2 Dr.Langj b Wilson ? ... is Stephens,' no! out J /% ...
MELBOURNE, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 January 1906
MELBOUHNE, Tuesday night. The Government have promised to favorably consider the advisability of importing a quantity of drouglit resisting wheat from America. The season's harvest is estimated to exceed by 6ome million bushels tbe yield of the last two seasons. The Railway Commissioners are making complete arrangements for the transportation of grain ; 10,500 waggons are being made available. Iu the cricket, match,- between Victoria and South Australia the Victorians made 183 iu their first innings. South Australia, second innings: Hack run out 0, Clayton not out 27, Darling caught Warno, bowled Sftiinders, 10, Bellew run out 25, Dalling not out 0; sundries 3. Total, 3 for 65. . ; ' Walter Wassell, Superintendent of the Boys' Home at Woollaivin, uear, Brisbane, aged 29, has been arrested on a charge of committing an offence against a boy who is an inmate of tbe Home. He was remanded Jor n week; , ?' '' ''.-_. Ji',7, George Mylius, late master it tbV recently wrecked ship, ' Belja,'...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 January 1906
Latest telegrams. 'SYDNEY, Tuesday night. : The Premier (Mr. J. H. Carruthers) states that the people of New South Wales are to be congratulated on tbe substantial improvement which has taken place last year in almost «very phase of their affairs. He estimates that the value of our primary pro ducts during 1905 will reach jjhirty five million noodds. The Govern ment are not at present in heeB; nnd the expenditure is being kept well in control. Governor Bawson met the Ministers of the Crown for the first time to-day at the meeting of the Executive Council. _Dr. J. L. Royle, who was on a visit to Sydney froui Burr'aga. died suddenly this morning. Trumper abd Diamond have been placed in tbe cricket team to meet South Australia on Friday, otherwise the personnel of the team is the same as in the match played at Melbourne. Mr. Percy Hunter, a well-known member of the ' Daily Telegraph ' staff has been appointed assistant director of thie Government Intelli gence Department.
Divided Responsibility. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 January 1906
Divided Beaponsibility. A Welsh minister waa endeamrkg to makea hardened sinner see the error -a7afe ways. The sinner could not see that he hast ever done anything very wrong. 'But wen if you hare done nofaUas; wrong yourself, remember then U original sin,' warned the minister. 'What's thatr' ianoeentiy qaeried the hardened one. 'Original sin,' gravely replied the adm irer. '» the sin of Adam, our first father. Adam ?a«ti«fl, and hit guilt has faDsa on aB of as!' ??Oh, well,' remarked the yet impemtsBt, with a ugh of relief, 'that's not mash between all of us :' And the minister was left meditating oa this new view of an old theological proUam.
Commercial. LOCAL RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 January 1906
Commercial. LOCAL EETAIL PEICES. Butter (factory) Is Id. Butter, (dairy), to. lid. . .. ..„ Oheese, 9d to 10dT : ' v; Eggs 6dto7d. ? ' Bacon,9dtol0d. ? Ham, lb to 1b 2cL CtiitantSi dialed; . j. Raisins, 5dlk)W;- ' ..J'.. Onions, (per. cwt.), 6s. - Potatoes, 10s. .'? ..-.-? OatsrvSsGdto 2s9d. ^ Fowl4eed, 3s. |-- Bran.tls. i- Poilara, ft 3d. ?; /? Flour, 16s to 17s. .Chaff, £ 3. ... t '\ YOUNGHUSBAND, ROW & CO., PBO PRIETABV, LTD., report at Wodong* Market on Thursday, an unusually uu*U supply of cattle, us was anticipated, the sale coming in the middle of the holiday!. The attendance 'was very small and-etow cattle difficult to quit ; fats wero somewhat better owing to a few butchers wanting cattle, and all. offered wore disposed of. They sold nico quaity young bullocks £5 IS* to £6 2s ; clean good quality cows /5 1T- OdtoEC'JsOd; heifers £S 12s Cd to £6; aged, cows £5 5s to £S 10s ; vcalcrs made £3 4A to £8 17s 6d fot prime quality; smaller calves 46s toi S2s. -. ; ? - , ?' ...
HETTY'S MISTAKE [?] [COPYRIGHT.] CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 January 1906
flETTTS MISTAKE, fmlazMtrjrtwa'tmwxi MRS. J. K. LAWSON. [?omm] CHAPTER L BE hafragt vai pant, the grain ?amend; a few UUs raaaetn ItiU banav in the or chard, and the wooda that encom pnaaed the farm wen gorgeou in anIDmn aunnet Low. The white walki and green Bhntten of the quaint, veraodied farm house c»uld now be seen quite deaity iron, the road acrou the ?tubble 6eld«. In the deep Oamdiin blue orerhead the ean im ahininir hriUiaaUr, uuderfoot a light white rime ?parkled like diamond diut. The fanner and hit aon left the house and made their way through the fields to the bush beyond. On their way they passed two magnificent trt«a— a maple and a beech, whose roots reached down to the edge of tho little creek that ran through the farm. The tanner panned and looked up admiringly. ??We'll be pretty hard np afore we cut them down,' he said. ' Well, rather. I'd rather aee the whole buh hacked down than them two tree*. Although, when I think o' wbnt'a come an' gone, l're wished they'd nev...
Sporting Notes. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 January 1906
Sporting Notes. ? RACING FlKTUltES. Benalla — January 29, Cootamundra — Fehruary 6 and 7. Goulburn— Fehruary 9 and 10. Springhurst — Febniflr\' 21. Benalla (Cup Meeting)'— April 4. The Carriugton Stakes, run at Randwick on Saturday, was won by SirJMcliard, from Cakewalk and Nun Nicer. The winner started at 8 to 1. Scorcher, who annexed the Bmiway Stakes at (he Perth meeting on Saturday', paid a dividend in the tote of £39 13a for even1 10s invested. Long Tom, who won the Viceroy's Cup the other day, followed up his success by Winning the Prince of Wales' Cup. Priuce Lyon was eccgnd and Great Scot thud. Whilst engaged in the Lady Rawson Stakes at Raudwick on Saturday, Tnutram when rounding the turn for home, fell aud broke a leg, in consequence of which she had to be destroyed. Tantrum was an im ported filly by Tronton from Spanish Match, and was owned hy Messrs. W. and- F. Moses. In our advertising columns Jack McKeu aio, of Wyalong, throws out a challenge to the well-known Riveriua...
Regimental Pudding. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 January 1906
Eogimental Padding1. : SometJme«go(writ»iavolaDiesr) Isjiuavl a week with a garrison battery in a sot*. ooafctfort. OnUielastday the sergeants sat down to an exceptionally fins dinner, thai crowning glory of which was a huge ptaca. pudding. I bad made tha podding tan am before/had it boiled, and now, reheated/* made its appearance amid the waleoms shoata of my brother-warriors, and I naturally fart a bit proud of it, for I hadn't been athip'sooofc f or nothing. 'Seems mighty hard,' remarked the asr geant-major, as be vainly triad to stick hist brkintoit. ' Have you boiled os a canaon, ball. Browner f' 'Or the regimeatal football r aatodl 'Whare did you gst the floar t*mf questioned Sergeant Saim. 'Where fromflretcrted. 'IramStm Na. Cofoourw.' 'Ths deuoe you did I' reared the qusrter mastsr-sergesnt. 'Then, hang yea, yoa'v* made the pudding with Arthnfeaauatl' And » it proved. That pudding it am pfMerrtd in tno tMttttj* muimLm*
She Had Heard of Him. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 January 1906
She Hid Heard of Him. The wife of a London embassy attache enjoys relating the following uiimIuuikh During the time when Colonel Oody was making his triumphant tour of Europe she was one night seated at a banquet next to the Belgian consul. . -. Early in the course of convsraatioa ha asked: 'Madame, you haf undoubtedly been to see ce gr-rand Bouf-falo-beelf' Pnxsled by the apparentiy nnftirnilisr n-arft she said: 'Pardon me, but whom did 700 m^Vy, Bouf-falo-beel, se farnoat Bscrf falo-beel, aat gr-reat couotryaaan of yoaa. You must know heem.' It waa only after some thought, says tha lady, that she recognised the well known showman's name in mis disguise, and com prehended that the goodBclgian thought um one of Amerioa's most eminent names, ta) be mentioned in the same breath with Washington and Lincoln.
Clergyman's Lease. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 January 1906
-nergymaa'* Lease. One of tbeoioitiioBalupmohsalo U*« aon, from MH UUWsTwis Dr. John Oaax mlng, a Scotch Presbyterian. Hisoelsbr% was chiefly dae to hU sermons on rnfheay, wherein he interpreted the sigas of SetiBMh Ihe millennial rest, the 1*2 trraafSJ, asl the seventh vial. rJhortljr after the publuaUon at aatrkaak MtauBS. m which me pnaehsr hal atw noonoed that wlihin a few years ths pnsenfl order of things would tad, the _po*t Teaana] was dining with a friend at a Stadia lamaJ In the eourse of ttie eoorensttoa themjatj ?- br. Oosjaung, altboagb te baj ??-. nheeied thTendif thTworld mtsaTaSS Mjasttakmakassofthshoatsh. ttMit8 or SI nan.' 'Is that trus, ah-r exelsiaMd a fnitav nahmg tVrward, napUn on arm. -tmi .mestafnMeMwoiidarfuUy.sir. !?*,' family man, aad I didn't seslL us* of t£ being a waiter it the worn was to aOi so soon.' Dr. Oojnni^wataetnayBsot. HtkaaVi bow to drive a good targab, aaa had acl bounded confldenee in bis drawi«sr powsr m a, preacher. When he became pastor o...
A Search Warrant. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 January 1906
A Search Warrant. Search where vou will, it is ini|-ostible to find a better or more reliable medicine for stomach,, liver, or bowel disorders than Chamberlain's Stomach and Uver Tablets. During tbe past few years they have restored hundreds of sickly people to health and will do as much for you. We urge every sufferer from Loss of Appetite, Insomnia, Nervousness, In digestion, Dyspepsia, or Billiousness to give them a trial . For sale by T. Parkin and Co,*
Cricket Notelets. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 January 1906
Cricket Notelets. [By E. B. Mabks.j The Interstate match on New Tear'*, Day after a ratlier exciting contest, resulted in another win for Victoria. When play was supposed to commence (11.30 n.mj, the ? local team ouly bad five representatives ou I the ground. However, on their cautaiu'fi —Dr. Lang — suggestion they went to tho wickets, and this gave time for the tardy to arrive. Mclnnes nnd Hughes, who opened the game, were disposed of surprisingly quickly, aud when 5 wickets were down the score ouly stood at 37. Here Hay and Izou ap peared on the scene, aud both bnttcj splendidly, the sixth wicket falling for 114. and the hopes of the home team lose in cumi-.irif-ou, only, however, to be quickly checked, for the remaining batsmen were disposed of cheaply. The Doc. was ino»t unfortunate, in playing back at a ball he hit it hard against hie left foot, from which it ri'bomided on to his wicket, ' lubrici sunt fortuiiac gressus.' A . Bayliiss and Fred Cullen commenced well for Victoria...
Police Court. WEDNESDAY, January 3. (Before Mr. C. E. Oslear. P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 January 1906
Police Court. W'KnXESDAV, JAXUAKY 3. (Before Mr. C. E. Oslair. P.5I.) .Tolni Jensen, siifi'oring -liee on licensed premises, was fined 10s and 6s costs. Frederick Nixon, suffering cows to strnv. \v;is fined 10s. and Is costs. John Delaliunt.y charged John Lord with assault. There was no appearance of Hie plaintiff', and (he case was dismissed with 10s costs in default two days. LAXrvLOHn V. TKNAXT. Elizabeth Stephens charged John Colemni) with unl.-nvfullv j-oinoviny goods to prevent distrnint for rent. Mr.' Nicholson a-jijiearod for the complainant, and Mr. Currie for tlie defendant. S))encpr Stppliens, saddler, Corown, dejwsed letting the ]ireniises to. de fendant on 21st November at a weekly rental of 1 2s (id. The ten ancy was tocoirmence from the 22nd November, the rent, 'or the broken week- to be Gs. He gave a week's nolice to defendant to quit on the 4th December. About (he 711 1 Decem ber Coleman asked to be allowed to Ktayon. 'Wilsiessrefiised.aml warned him not to remove a...