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Sad Drowning Fatality. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 January 1906

Sad Drowning Fatality. It is with regret that I have to report the dosth of Mr. Harry Bauemeister, which ead event took place at Weal's Creek on last Hunday week. Deceased was out shooting, and bad* waded into the creek after a duok, and in doing so got out of bis depth and was drowned. Deceased leaves a wife and child, for whom much sympathy is felt. The re. mains were interred at the Henty ceme tery on Tuesday, the 9th, a large number of vehicles following the deceased to bis' last resting place.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 January 1906

l'l-rsnitntioii. In comuion with gromi-np people, cbiklra; aj^r^fiuta i-)ud&^ss, and t-clioo! children d-litht to t-how iheir gratitude to th -ir nifiruciors by making preMnm tio- ^. Ais thih usilallj means breaking i.uo :l:-ir lutlu bai.k. tLe event is alwa\B Win'tf-v of iecor*l. JMr. I'Jngelliaidt is tlje - lie .-? inai-tt-] of (hi :-onty I'ublic ficbuol, and ilid wiier was nliown the other day (uvei'l lian.i'Oiue p'tstuu given to ihi6 gentleman, cliirlly l)y cuildreu fr. ui time to Lime. At ili» brfBJ-up for -the lioli daj-, ilr. Engrlba-d was prefiinled witli a liaudsumo blotter by tbe ijirls of his tclmoi, and the hoys shaved tiwii' up prtcialinn by the presi-Dtaiion of a silver moiinied pipe. Presents like these are wry iieefnl, and tbe children thus show thebigb eBieem in nhich their teacuer is beid by them.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HENTY NEWS. Bush Fire near Henty. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 January 1906

HENTY NEWS. [FBOM OCB SPECIAli BEPBESEKTATIVE.l Itusli Fire ucar Ilcnij. On a recent Bnnday, an alarm of fire was given by Mr. C. A. Rosier, carrying the news from his farm, which is abont 1 a mile irom town, to the townspeople by bicycle. The ringing of the Public School bell aroused the men, who quickly made tbeir way to the scene of the out break, (Buckingingi Station, £ mileB from Henty), by various methods of convey ance. The band of willing workers soon bod the fire under control, but before the flames were extinguished, so rapidly did the fire spread, ihuc about 2000 acres of grass was distrojid. This, however, iB not such a heavy Ices as it appears at first, as the growih of grass generally in this district lor tbe past teaBon has been wonderfully proli&c. Betides the requisition of bicycles, buggiep, salkiec , and backs, Mr. Hosier's ipecialiy coustruct*d bush fire appliance, and the Henty Volunteer Fire ttrigade, combined witli many willing town help ers, joined fo...

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MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 January 1906

MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. On Monday 8th inet. before Mr. If. T, Hough, District Coroner, a magisterial inquiry was held concerning the death of Carl Heinriah Hauemeister, who was drowned at Neat's Creek the previous day. Ihe following evidence was taken :— Constable Hamilton deposed: From information received, I ' proceeded to Neat's Creek accompanied byllr. Ooorge luiobel, with whose assistance I found tho body of deeeaeed iu 6ft of water ; I ei aniinod the body and found no marks of violence; I brought tbe body to Henty; I have known deceased about 5 yeart, Martha Bauemeieter deposed : Deceased was my husband ; 1 was married 6 years, and lived at Henty; My husband left home at 4 a.m. on Sunday morning ; He said he vyn« going fishing ; I did not see him again alive; Deceased was 28 rears of age, and was born at Hanover in Ger many. ** Uustave Soderland deposed: By pre vious arrangement with deceased, and two others, we left Henty in a sulky at 1 30 n.in ; Deceased brought a gun and cart...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 January 1906

Personal. Mr. T. Waller met with a very painful aocident here the other day. He was j rioing a restive horse, which took a reef, and pulled the rider over his head, throwing him heavily on his (forehead. Tho unfortunate tufferer wss quickly taken to Dr. Cameron, who found he had sustained a severe fracture of tbe nasal organ, a contused wound on the forehead, and the upper lip was completely severed. We am glad to note that the patient is progressing as favorably as can be ex pected under the ci.cuinstances. The community all join in wishing Mr Weller a speedy rec -very. Miss E. i uorne, who in a certificated papil of the Sydney College of Mueio, has commenced the practice of her pro. fession is Henty. Being well Isoiva here, and an opportunity now presenting itaelf, with her natural musical talent, 'headway should be made.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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A Runaway. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 January 1906

A Kimawny. On a recent Saturday night, Mr. Morgan tied his horse and sulky to Mr. Weisner's verandah post, whilst doing some chopping. The horse evidently took fright at something, and made a. bolt round the hotel corner, through tbe station gate, and after careering madly along the road for some distance even tuslly ran into a post and broke the sjlky up badly. 1 his iH the third or fourth time Mr. Morgan has had a similar mis bap.

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How the Ball Rolls at Henty. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 January 1906

How the Ball Rolls at Henty. The Henty farmers and settlers, at tbeir meeting held recently, read two importan- letters, as nnder, from Mr. B, T. Hall, MX. A., on land movements in that neighbourhood. ' VTitU reference to Travelling Stock Kohtrve 2 la?, lam informed tuat it was advertised for annual leaBe, and Chibholm was the only applicant for part of it, but tbe Bo.rd thought it would be better under licnfe, as be would have to keep the rabbits duwn, so they recumuiemlou that it bo granted to him. There being no opposition to his application, it was granted, but it is pointed out that it ii only a yearly license, aud will not be a bar to the consideration of the question of having tbe ieser\e revoked and thrown open fur cetileuirnt, (this aspect of tbo question in to lie reported on by the District Surveyor, Mr. Coburolt), You will no duubt now that the Minister ban dmde-d to revoke Craumam Forest lU-sene. and tliron' itopeu lorre'llcinent under tbe new .~.ct 1 was will) him on i...

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Serious Bush Fires. SUSPICIOUS INDICATIONS OP INCENDIARISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 January 1906

Serious Bush Fires, SUSPICIOUS INDICATIONS OF INCENDIARISM. A rather disastrous fire raged through Boomerang, Kentucky, Coreen and Hillsborough on Wednes- day. There is considerable specula- tion as to the cause, some of the surrounding circumstances being very suspicious. There were three outbreaks throughout the day, fol- lowing rapidly one upon the other. After the first fire had been got under Mr. Con Lewis and Mr. Culnane found a coffee tin in the scrub. It was open at one end with the top cut back and bent over, and every indi- cation of a candle having been in it. The tin was perforated at the sides. The tin was handed to Senior Constable Bulmer, who took charge of it. It was found near where the fire started. The first outbreak occurred about 10 o'clock in the morning at the corner of Dunn and Vicar's paddock, Boomerang. Willing fighters were soon gathered trying to stop the out break. Senior-Constable Bulmer came from Daysdale with a bush fire brigade, and got to Coreen sta...

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LICENSING COURT. (Before the P.M. and Dr. Shortt, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 January 1906

LICENSING COURT. (Befoio tbeP.M.aud Dr. Shortt, J.P.) Application for renewals of publi can's licenses -were granted to Thos. Ewer, Savernake Hotel, and J. H. Simmons, Mill Hotel, Howlong. Colonial wine license was granted to W. H. Lumby, Hopefield and booth and billiard license to Thos. Norman, Daysdale. An application for a transfer of license from Thomas Mitchell to R. J. Kelly was adjourned till the next court, on the application of Mr. E. R. Nicolson.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 January 1906

o^^^a T™= RyidERGLEN pURNISHlNG WAREHOUSE. JiiiSEs|l The b*&& Stock in the North-East. ' /SlB^IPWISlfov a few Special Lines for the Season— \_/^j^^^^/'^^!^J^S^r |H M^-vflj TX7^EE DOOBS, Wise (adjrstable) Window Frames, Deck Chaibs (ant-proof), Wicker Fcrnttube, Veraxdah Blinds, all ^^5JB^^^-g^^g^3BMiB||^^^aB] ' V sizes (only the Best kept in stock), Lounges, LINOLEUMS to please everybody — over 50 pieces to select from, Drawing HlJ^iJlIsbmP'' — ' ? lltHiiH Boom, Dining Boom, ami Bedroom Suites, Bedsteads and Bedding, Pbams und G.o-Cakts, Fenders and Inoxs, Caepet 40^ 111 ||§|||ii||y^^ illlP^nll -'-UI *011^ exPe'ence -n *'ie FURNITURE BUSINESS is a guarantee that you will get reliable goods at the LOWEST PBICES. Sill W%&&§^' jfr IlHl lUl ? Inspect the large and varied Stock — New Designs every week. ? ? mil JP^ S%J? BLJi ALL C00DS CAREFULLY PACKED AND DELIVERED FREE. l^ifHJzF1 ' ' Rutherglen Furnishing Warehouse, RUTHEiRGLEN. J. CRISFIELD, M.V.S.V., HE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 January 1906

ADTICTir l'Hr'TIlPP CDAMIWn c'»t» ™ry little more than the interior kind ; but it brines out all the good pointi in your Piotures, mi sutisBes your good laste— tho othor kind won't. If you aro thinking OI/'IlWTMI-*r»»O ni/^TITQE ft A I f Chi/ A I *L ' ? aa&ii^J-1V r-UvlUKE J-«KA1VIIJNU ot getting that Picture or Photo Framed, Mk our advice. It -**]1 (5»t youJ-OTHDlo, »na you need not follow it ujUes; -youUke. But it wiU be good advice. You wiU SKJlNNrlre S PlL 1 UlVC UALLcKY. AlDllfV iii

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 January 1906

We have been appointed Sole Agents for the above for Corowa and District, and the Beer is now on Sale at 6s per doz. B ? a ? I ? ? '-' Australian Wines IN BULK: Fine Matured Port ? 3s per gallon. Fine Old Port ? 5s and 6s per gallon. IN BOTTLE: Sherries ? is and is 6d per bottle. Ports ? is, is 3d, is 6d, and 2s 6d per bottle. Muscat ? is per bottle Lindeman'sWines Claret, Hock, Port, Muscat ? 2s 6d per bottle T. FflRKIN$CO., Storekeepers and Direct Importers, COROWfl. ? AT ? JOHN F. MALONEY'S ('THE ARCADE') I CELEBRATION SALE~| The Famous J\D. COKSETS, in all Shanes and Sizes, from 5s lid, for ? 14 DAYS ONLY. ? The Perfect Fitting Corsets have no equa! for Comfort and Stability. COSTUMES. l'KEKCH CAMBKIC COSTUMES, made lo order, Com-.lete. In Strips. Checks, etc., during Colclmilion Sale, 21s. itOin. CBEWDSO1V & CALICO, Celebration Sale Prioc. only 4s 6(1 dozen. ? 14 DAYS ONLY. ? IS' EEMEMBER THE ADDRESS :— JOHN F. MALONEY, - The Arcade.' Dean-st. Where Quality is Essential...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 January 1906

For Christmas— Presents and New Year Gifts rs- inspect H. Rosenbloom's WELL-ASSORTED STOCK OF Watches, Jewellery, Si!ver=mounted and E P. Goods, Clocks, etc. Reliable Keyless Lever Watches from 12s 6d. H. R©SENBL©0Mf WflTCHnnKER flNb JEWELLER, eOROWA. TiiC rHAnlTlACY, next post office, corowa [y] WILMOT'S HEADACHE WAFERS, A safe and effective cure for all forms of Hc.idadie. Is per box. r PROVED REMEDIES. E Dr. Beaney's Blood and Liver Pills, ^''fikifiSZI™™ H WILMOT'S LIVER MIXTURE, 3Sperbo™.e A» E» WILMOT, Pharmaceutical Chemist. Agent for the celebrated Hurst vHle and Cainden Nurseries. Choice Stock of Flowering Tlants, etc., on hand. T. FflRKIN % CO., COROWA. Sparkling Beer in bottles FROM THE Cascade Brewery Co., Ltd., HOBflRT.

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Border Rowing Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 January 1906

Border Rowing Club. A meeting of the Committee of (hie Club was held at Mr. T. Kelly's Corowa Hotel on Wednesday last. Mr. B. F. Gardner presided. Mr. Hay, Collendina, forwarded a donation of £2 2s, aud thanked them for electing him patron. Mr. \V. Lang applied for the position of coxswain, and en closed subscription. The secretary reported that he had been promised about £25. A canvass of the town would bo made shortly. Mr. Hutton donated 10s till beiides his member's subscription. A vote of thanks was passed to the captain and others for their energetic services. Mr. Camp Jin (oaptain) promised two medals for scratch competitions for two boats. An endeavour will be made to have a couple of rowing events on tho programme for St. Patrick's Days Sports. Mr. Allen offered to cover the boats free of cost if the Club purchased the material. The next meeting of the committee will be held at tho Boyal Hotel on the 30th inst., at 8 p.m. (Crowded out from last issue.)

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CABLES. LONDON, Tuesday morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 January 1906

CABLES. (Reuters.) LONDON, Tuesday morning. There is great anxiety at Johannes burg owing to tho reported intention of the British Government to alter the Transvaal Constitution, giving the Boers greater power. A great public meeting of protest is mooted. Besides Princess Kozovskaka, who is a sister of General Keller, five men she had chosen to throw bombs have been arrested. Her written instructions to kill the Police Prefect Dubassoff were discovered in her muff. A fire panic occurred at Phila delphia amongst a colored Baptist congregation. Tlio stairs collopsed and 18 were killed and 10 injured. The English Labor Party attribute their recent success at the poll; to systematic organisation after the Taff Vale judgement. Au express train was derailed near Ghent. 43 British mail hags con taining £200,000 (.telling of regis tered values were burnt.

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HENTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 January 1906

HENTY. A fire broke out on Munderwaddera station on January 17th, which de stroyed miles of grass and one pad dock of lucerne before its course was arrested. The scene of the outbreak we hear was within half a mile of the homestead, and was occasioned by one of the station hands driving oVer a match. Finding inadequate help on tho spot, Mr. Eldershaw tele phoned into town, and Messrs. Smith, Bartsch, Paech, Oakman, W. Yates, \V. F. Leckwood, B. Delaney, A. Hoveuden, F. Spence, H. Hurley and A. Rosier, mado their way out to render assistance as quickly as was possible under the circumstances. Mr. A. Rosier took his water cart out drawn by two horses very kindly lent for the occasion by Mr. ]?. H. Schultz. (Messrs. Weisner and Co's. horses are always at the disposal of the brigade, but, unfortunately, in this instance, they were out of town.) By these means the willing band of workers avrivetl at the scene, and combining with Mr. Eulenstein and the station hands with their carts, the ...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 January 1906

LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Tuesday night. Dr. Thomas Heed, a rotired sur geon, residing at Waverloy, com mitted suicide this morning. He was suffering from ill health. A disastrous husli fire, with a face of twenty miles is raging south and west of \Yyalong. Melbourne, Tuesday night. Before fhe Tariff Commission, Albert Patterson, general manager of the Massey-Hnrris Co.; gave further evidence regai'ding6tripper harvesters. He considered the present protection sufficient for anyone to start a modern equipped factory, and advocated land settlement in the interests of the engineering, iron, aud metal industry in tho Commonwealth. He denied that tbe International Harvester Co. had been guiltv of dishonorable oonduct. The heat is intense iu Melbourne, 110 in the shade &t 3 o'olock. Volumes of smoke from bush fires can be seen in tho city.

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The Bush Fires. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 January 1906

The Bush Fires. The fires reported in last issue liaVe been followed by continuous ratbreaks. The weather has been extremely hot, and on Saturday the BtrtJng winds that were prevalent made the worst possible conditions for fire from a preventive- point of vlaw. For the last few days the town has been surrounded by smoke, and every sign of the disastrous state of things in the country. None of the fires at present have been near the town. Oh Saturday, about two o'clock, a fire started in the corner of Mr.- Miehael Coiinell's, (a share farmer tfn Bracklesbr station) crop, and burnt foT about two miles along the back tJrana Road. Had it oro'ssed the road where there was heavy grass country there would have been a confiagation almost im possible to stop. The wind, how ever, drove the fire straight across the crop. Mr. Connell lost 87 bays of wheat, but was insured. The fire also took about 200 acres of grass on Mr. Anderson's property, and 3G bags of wheat. It (ravelled through Mrs. Kir...

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District News. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 January 1906

District News. T'- '? (From otwoWhCornjspondentB.) [Details of local events will be g1n% rewired from Iwha-Me contributors. Help1 us b.v keeping Jrobr district well In the public eyo. and you will be helping your selves;— Eb. C.C.]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 January 1906

Hudson's Hedical Hall. WITH SUMMER COME EYE COMPLAINTS. For Thirty-Three Years THREE FAMOUS REMEDIES have thriven in Rivcrina. Golden Eye Drops ... ? ? 2s Golden Eye Ointment ? 2s Golden Fly Lotion ? Is POSTED EVERYWHERE. THEY FIX: Rid Ryes, Sore Eyes, Inflamed Eyes, \\-al: Eyes, Fly-Bitten Eyes. (3 1 LLI ES, CHEMIST, COROWA. TflBLE - BEER, Per 6d Bottle. OBTAINABLE AT ALL HOTELS, AND WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS. BREWED BY THE TILBURY BREWING * HflLTING COHPflNY, LTD.

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