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MELBOURNE, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 January 1906
Melbourne, Friday night. George Mohus, late master of the ship ' Isabella,' wrecked near Warr nambool ou the 10th November last, was before the City Court to-day, charged with the manslaughter of Harold Watson, one of the crew. He was committed for trial at the next general sessions, to be held on the 1st February. Bail was allowed. A serious bush fire took place on the Borriyalock Estate, Bungaal Plain, and Skipton, several large areas of wheat being burnt. Disas trous fires are also reported from other centres. The weather is very hot in Mel bourne, and another thunderstorm is threatening. It is regacded as certain that Mr. T- Langdon will be appointed a mem ber of the State Eivers Water Supply Commission.
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 January 1906
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SrDNEY, Friday night. ' The south Australian cricketers arrived to-day. Kelly will play in his benefit match next week. Tlie case of conspiracy against Burchcr and others, in connection with an alleged forged will has been adjourned. A rumor is current in Sydney that there are some snrious differencSS amongst the nierribers of the State Pavliameritiivy Opposition (the Labor Party), which are likely to lead to actions for slander. The wharf laborers are still work ing for Is 6d per hour. Tbe em ployees held another meeting to-day, but no result was disclosed. [The wharf laborers in Sydney struck ? few days ago for a rise from Is 3d to Is 6d, The award by the Arbitration Court expired at the end of the year. As there is an im mense quantity of wheat coming forward for shipment; the employees were compelled to concede the demand; although reluct antly, as it is considered the -action of the men is a flout at the Arbitration Act.] Noonan, the husband in tho Leichardt t...
SYDNEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 January 1906
SYDNEY MARKET. . SYDNEY, Thursday.— Wheat is quiet at 8s 2Jd. Inquiries were made for corusocks from Melbourne) and Adelaide, and holders were inclined to be firmer in their quota tions. Produce was quiet. Oats 2s lid to 3s Id. Brim aud pollard were unchanged. Melbourne oaten chad £2 5s to £3. Local potatoes realised £G 10a to £9 ; Victorian piukeyes £8 16» to £'J ; and Victorian Globe onions £8 to £3 5s.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 January 1906
For Christmas Presents and New Year Gifts t3» INSPECT H. Rosenbloom's WBLL-ASSORTKD STOCK OF. Watches, Jewellery, Silver=mounted and E P. Goods, Clocks, etc. Reliable Keyless Lever Watches from 12s 6d. H. R0SENBL00M, WflTChinflKER fiNb JEWELLER, ? eoRowa. THE PHARMACY. NEXT POST OFFICE, COBOWA |y| WILMOT'S HEADACHE WAFERS, .- A saf,- and effective euro f,ir nil furois of Ilendai'lu-. Is per box. H ? r PROVED REMEDIES. E Dr. 860116/8 Blood aad Liver Pills, AS?^^SlAtuiy [E_ WILMOT'S LIVER MIXTURE, **™* bottle. A* E. WILMOT, Pharmacetrtical Chemist. Agent fur tbr celebrated Hursiville and C'umuVn Nurseries. C'hoioc Stock of Flowering Plants etc., on hand. To the Residents of Corowa and surrounding Districts. I beg t« intimate lo my numerous friends and customers that I'JifMv -]widt'-l to iiuallv 3'etire from Iftifiiness as Importer and Storokeopor. and that I h;ivo softl my Stock-in-trade, Premises, :unl Plant l-- MV. DA AMD L. TAIT, for whom, as my snoi-ewor. ] would ivspef-ii'nlly so...
CASHIERED. [COMPLETE STORY.] [COPYRIGHT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 January 1906
CASHIERED. ?T \jmnan arotry WALTER WOOD. A«tt-orof 'TLrough Battle to Promotion,' 'A Captain hi the Fusiliers,' ' BarreiV aBd Battlefield,' *c, Ax. [oomuon.j BE nndtn» -A ttwraurt-thartiiil had been made could benodoubt Uiat the general of the district would confirm the sentence. Arthur Hedler, subaltern in the Hawk.hin-E.-iri. ment, hnd bwli fuiintl guilty, on vhiu « juuge o[ tu^.iBOd Uuitld Imve culled the eleatwt posaibre evidenue, of nn aut unbe eominfr ttle character of an offioer and a feutlcm:iD, and for that offence there wa* but two punishment — cashiering . The inquiry had beeu exliamtive and pro. tracted, rjid nothing more was tu bo dose. Bcdley heard the sentence in krhatvtnenl. From the veri firrt he had been BtnpefiM at tlie charge, ft ctiarye wlnr-h enemies hHd lrun,[.'i*i up against him, and which tliey had Biana^ed to bring home to him. ?? I have already told you, sir,' h? said lo the presideut, 'that I am iutiowut. On my honour I tell you that oucc more.' ' I am fs...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 January 1906
a^g^^g T— R^TH£^QLEN pURNISHING ^flREMOUSE. JS&§3HL' The largest Stock in the North-East. xll RhW^lftv. A few sPecial Lines for the Season— ?y^StjB yj^S-^sJi£!Sf JH 35»SJ3i yx/IEE DOORS, Wibe (adjustable) Window Fkames, Deck Chaibs (ant-proof), Wicker Fubkitche, Vehakdah Bli\ds, all 1 ^al ?Egg-^Esg'sMM»ssssg|lg»=3l| * * sizes (only the Best kept in stock), Lounges, Linolih'Ms to please everybody — over 50 pieces to select from, Drawing W&m Ssfa^y ~ ' ? HlfiPiiH Room, Dining Room, ana Bedeoom Suites, Bedsteads and Bedding, Piiams 'and Go-Carts, Fenders nud Irons, Carpet ^ ill flllilili^^ II IP^nll Our loDfi exl)e'ence iu tlie FURNITURE BUSINESS is a guarantee that you will get reliable goods at the LOWEST PRICES, jjll «§|fltl|liP^ J& lilli Jni ? Inspect the large and varied Stock — New Designs every week. ? wJmwr-sS^ iLJIl AL.L COODS CAREFULLY PACKED AMD DELIVERED FREE. Jplir Pi. '^HfoUNKMAN and Co., ^LJmBBT - lllLJj^ Rutherglen Furnishing Warehouse, RUTH ERG ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 January 1906
. ADTICTir nl/^TJIPP CPAMIfWl CosU very Uttle more than the Inferior kind; but it brings out all the good points in your Piotures, and satisfies your goc4 tasto— the other kind won't. If you ate thinking Cl/IMrVTr?r-»C ni/»TIinC /'!-', filMAlCiate^jk -^tJH^aagJI^^ J!l frliyMtV1' nJ'^J^l?}?^.? Pb^ framed, Mlt Olir «Mc«. ItirtU oMt yn MOtHWO. and you nwd not foUowjtu^Eoji^^
The Collector's Commission. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 January 1906
The Collector's Com mission. The matter of the Hospital Col lector's commission again came before the Committee on Monday evening. In his account the collector charged upon certain amounts collected by Mr. T. Parkin and Mr. D. Thompson, in all £5 odd. The Chairman stated that the items were collected by Mr. Parkin for the Hospital Sunday movement, and were handed in on his (the chairman's) assurance that there would be no deduction. Mr. Thompson said he understood the collector wrote to these firms, and, in one case, the cheque came aU:u-ilied to the collector's letter. If this w.ib Uie case ho was entitled to )??'? ..--.?: ::rssion. T!;s.- .i.aimian : 'The awkward fact ? is il.i.c these people gave the money 1 .. M'. Parkin onaccouutof Uis being a valued customer. Iu one case, at least, Mr. Parkin had to bring press ure to get the donation.' Mr. Thompson did not think it was fair to break the agreement made with the collector. The Chairman : ' That's all right if he can establish h...
Fish Facts, and Fancies. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 January 1906
Fish Facts, and Fancies. [By 6po6n Bait,] Yarrawpbga. ^-Chronicle ' says: — ' The i]ish Foots and Fancies writer in the .Corowa Chuojucle states ' That a fishing party at Tar ramia on the Vic. side caught a 401b. and a 4211). cod early in the Xmas week.' Humph ! By a coincidence a fisherman living in that locality says ho sold a 421b cod to a party of anglers for 12a about the same time.' The new regulations as to tho law ful size of fish have been gazetted. Heard tile other day that a fair lot of fish were caught near the town with cockroaches used as bait. There's no family pride about fish. Photos of the first fishing compe tition this year at Corowa, appear in the ' Weekly Times.' The groups look dreary re-productions, hut tho photos of the President, and of Mr. Hutton are. splendid. As to that of tho Secretary, ? -poor beggar I One of the beet catches of rainbow trout in the Mo'imro' district of late was one made' by Mr. J. Feilin, con sisting of ten fish, weighing 301b, the la...
THE HOSPITAL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 January 1906
THE HOSPITAL COMMITTEE. The Committee of the Corowa Hospital show no disposition to bring their management iuto har mony with the sound Hues generally adopted by public institutions in appointing a finance committee. Yet at the last meeting there was the most convincing proof shown for the necessity of such a body, and the mischevious, unfair and unsatisfactory methods at present adopted. In another column we report a discussion regarding the claim of the collector to certain commission. The result of that unprofitable debate was the con signing of the subject to be investi gated by an embyro finance committee for report to the next meeting. That is, the ordinary process of a body handling large sums of the public's money is re versed. The matter should have had the attention of a properly constituted and responsible sub committee when the account was received. Their reuort would have ?been' dealt with by the general committee, aud the matter disposed of. As it is, it hangs over for...
Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 January 1906
Obituary. We regret to record the death of Miss Catherine McGonnan at Cains dale ou Sunday last. Deceased was a daughter of the late Mr. Robert McGormuu, aud was 38 years of age. Miss HcGorman had been in ill health for many'years, and was sub ject to epileptic fits. The eud came rather suddenly, aud owing to the absence of medical attendance an enquiry was held ou Monday by the district coroner, Dr. Shortt, when a verdict was returned that deceased had died from, syncope, secondary to exhaustion, following frequent epil eptic fits. The funeral sorvices were conducted by the Bev. ,Q. B. Black at the Carnsdale cemetery. The sudden death of deceased was a sad shock to her brothers aud sisters. The four-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hobt. Ewer, of tho Collen dina Wine Shades died from water, on the brain on Saturday last. Much sympathy is .felt for the bereaved parents. The remains were interred | at Corowa on Sunday, the Eev. Father Hickey conducting the last service. - ?
THE COMMON. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 January 1906
':.: the common. , The request of the Common Trustees to the Municipal Council ;was so simple and reasonable that the cause of the discussion that en feued is hard to fathom. The common is not situated within the -Municipality. As the new Shires Act will shortly come into force the trustees desire to prevent the com mon passing into the control of the shire that will shortly be created on the boundary of the town. As the common exists for the use of residents of the town, it would pro bably be a source of inconvenience having it under the control of some outside body. Iu all liltiihood upon application to the Lands De; partment it will be found that any fear' of this is needless Still ap plication is urgently riecessaryto have the matter decided and in the interests of the ratepayers it is the bounden duty of the Council to cordially co-operate with the trus tees. The .point raised at the Council table when the Act was quoted with reference to enlarging the Municipality, seems besid...
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 January 1906
Cricket. Ou Saturday last tbe local team journeyed to Chiltern and had a most pleasant time. ? The Chiltern team batted first and compiled 127. Dr. Lang and H. Ixon shaved the wickets between them, although other bowl ers were frequently tried. Hay and A. Bayliss topped the other score, leaving Corowa the winners by nine wickets. Corowa were without the services of Mclnnes, Henderson, and H. F. Bayliss. Following'are the scores : — CHUTTEltX, Dovine, c Hay, b Lang ? 32 D. JIartiii, b Izou ? 32 Cosgrovc, h Izou ... ... ?-? 0 O'Neill, c and b Laug ? 18 C. Martiu.b Izou ? 0 Archer, fit Wilson, b Lang ? 13 Cyan, 1) Lang ? 3 Bailey, c Izon, b Lang ? 6 Croucher, b Lang ... ... ??? 0 Town, c Izon, b Lang ? 5 ; Ifuun, not out ^i-A '?? ? ' : Sundries ? 1 Total ... ? 127 conoWA. A. Bayliss, not out ? 38 E. Bayliss, retired hurt ? 0 Hay, iiot out ? 88 ' Sundries ? 4 ToUl, 1 wicket for ? 130 Kotelets on tbe above appear next issue.
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 January 1906
Local and General. DENTAL.— Mr. G. E. Payno Philpots M.A.C.D. notifies in our business columns that he has resumed practice for 1906, and may be consulted as usual, daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. BnsrNESStJHAKGE.— The Union Hotel, at Wahguuyah, has changed hands, Mr. P. Dctlefsen hiving sold out to Mr. J. Oxley, of Port Arlington. The sale was conducted by Mr. E. L. Archer. EXPEL THI3 POISON.— Chamberlain's Stomach and liver Tablets will clear and expel every atom of poisonous matter which constipation and other irregularities have stored up in the bowels. They will ac complish this gently, painlessly find with out griping. For sale by T. Parkin and Co.* Municipal Election.— In another column wo publish an influential];? signed petition to Mr. F. 3. Sammons, asking his consent to be nominated at the ensuing municipal election. We understand that Mr. Sammons is favorably inclined to the request, and his answer will duly appear in our next issue. Sprained Ankle, stiff Neck, Lame SHOULDEB...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 January 1906
Hudson's Hedical Hall. WITH SUMMER COME EYE COMPLAINTS. For Thirty-Throe1 Years THREE FAMOUS ItEMEDIKS have thriven in Riverina. Golden Eye Drops ? 2s Golden. Eye Ointment ? 2s Golden Fly Lotion ... ? 1s ~3*r - POSTED EVEEIWHEEE. THEY FIX: Bud ILyea, Sore Ejes, Inflamed Eres, Weak Eros, Fly-Bitten Eyes. G I L.L.I ES, CHEM1ST,COROWA. 17JBLE ? BEER, Per 6d Bottle. OBTAINABLE AT ALL HOTELS, AND WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS. BREWED BY THE fl USURY BREWING * TlflLTING COHPflNY, LTD. Where Quality is Essential ! TRY LILLYMAN'S PHARMACY, DEAN-STREET, ALBURY, FOR Standard Drugs of Known Purity. The Doctors, arc daily -sending more prescriptions to us, which is proof positive that they trust us; so can you. Let ub attend to your next want in the Prescription Department. n I II I iru im ii n-7 CHEMIST (By Examination Univer C. LILLYMAN, M.P.S., «ityof Sydney ^Phapcy Board of For Christmas Presents and New Year Gifts IS' INSPECT ' H. Rosenbloom's WELL-ASSOHTED STOCK OF Watches, Jewellery, Silver=...
Commercial. ALBURY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 January 1906
Commercial. ALBURY MARKET. WALLDEB & Co. Albury, report holding their usual fortnightly market at the Albury Municipal yards on ' Thursday, 4th iust.', when a light yarding of both sheep and cattle came to hand, with a decided im provement in all classes of fat stock, es pecially in fat cattle, there being a rise of fully 15s to 20s per head on lute rates. Not many buyers present for store sheep, and consequently soles were hard to efiect. FAT SHEEP.— Best comeback wethers ISs to 16s 2d ; lighter lls Gd to 12s Sd : merinos, best 14s to 14s Gd, lighter from 10s tol2s7d, x-brod ewes 9s Od to 11s 7d, merino ewes, lighter 9s to 10s lid. FAT LAMBS.— A fair supply forward in cluding some extra good quality in wool. Prime and heavy 14s Id to 15s 10a ; good 12s 6d to 18s lOd; lightgr 8a Gd to 10b; shorn lambs from 9s Gd to 10s 5d. STORE SHEEP.— A small supply, and most of the lots passed, cross-bred' ewes. 4, 6, and S-tooth to 14s 3d ; Merino ewes 10s to 11s 3d. FAT CATTLE. — A medi...