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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906
Personal. We regret to learn that Leo, the second son of Mr. II. Bosenbloom, is seriously ill in Melbourne- Mr. Bosenbloom went to town ou Wed nesday afternoon. The symptoms are typhoid, and at last advice the patient's condition was causing great anxiety. Mr. E. Edols, late owner of Burry jaa visited Corowa on Wednesday Mr. Edols took a run up in his new motor car, a fine big ' Talbot ' machine, and went out to Burryjaa the same night. The car left Mel bourne about 4 o'olock in the morn ing, arriving here about half-past three. A good run considering the bad state of the roods. A quiet weddiug took place on Wednesday last, when the marriage of Mr, E- T. Blanche, manager of the A.J.S. Bank at Forbes, and Miss Evaline Isabel Leslie, eldest daughter of Mr. J. C. Leslie, was celebrated by the Venerable-Archdeacon Hose. The ceremony took place at the residence of the bride's father. Tho only guests present wero Mr. and Mrs. Ogilvie, Dr. Lang, and Mrs. Wise (Deniliquin). The newly marrie...
Bush Fires. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906
Bush Fires. w Another large bush fire broke out on Wednesday at about two o'clock, when a large quantity of grass was destroyed, but as far as we can learn no wheat. The fire started in one of the Burryida Station1 paddocks op nosite Mr. W. McGavitis. It is Jtont posed to have been caused by a pine tree being struck .by lightning. A fire broke out about the same place last year, from a similar cause. The fire only touched a portion of Messrs. McGivin's and Levy's property. Mr. James White had a very narrow escape, as the fire burnt up till it reached the straw-roofed stables; burning fiercely, in the stubble. No ouo was at home, and the home stead was only saved by the exer tions of Messrs. Nagle Bros., latter on further assistance arrived. The Burryjaa station which has hitherto escaped tbis season was nearly swept through. Mr. Pearce, the manager, who has been away to Tasmania, re turned last night. He estimates that there were nearly 9000 acres burnt, and miles of fencing. About ...
Closer Settlement. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906
Closer Settlement, ? The above League met ou Thurs day evening. The Mayor occupied tho chair. Messrs Bitchie, Ghivell, King, Fowler, Camplin, Levy, Jen sen, Gardner, Galbraitb, O'Learjr, Gow, F. Fraser, and the Secretary (Mr. F. A. Currie) also attended. An apology was received from Mr. B. Gillies. Mr. Viokers, Secretary of the Coreeu Branch, was also present. 0ORBESP0NDENCE. Lands Department, advising th&t applications for the Novrranie land would be heard «t Urana on Febru ary 8. A, J. Esau, enoloiiug cheque for £1 Is, donation to the funds of the League. Mr. E. T. Ball, M.L-A. suggesting holding the conference in March. Parliament was not likely to meet till June, and the Government would have plenty of time to prepare a proposal for Parliament. Mr. Gardner stated that Dr. Lang was subscribing £1 Is to the adver tising fund, and Mr, Nicolson was »1bo prepared to subscribe, and would do anything he could to help the committee. THE CONFERENCE. The reoommendations of the sub...
The Municipal Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906
¥hg Mufiidipaifilection. ., On Wednesday evening addresses were given by three of the candidates ipr municipal honors at the School 6t Arts. . Mr. Sammons did not attend. !$e.plviir \sftB opqwriod by Mr.C. T. Brespeyv «-d 1 there,. ,?vaB a large gathering of ratepayers, although at the opening the attendance was very poor. There were several ladies present. The proceedings were about half an hour late in starting. Hub seemp to be a characteristic of Corowa meetings, although it is bard to say why. . The candidates were all given a good hearing, and were well re ceived. There were very few ques tions asked. Mr. Brewer, in opening the meeting, referred to the work of the past Council and the improved condition of the town. Aid. Cbivell and Gardner were a valuable part of the body municipal, and they could not do without them, There was no chance of the municipal team as present constituted bolting. He also drew attention fo the demand for a water supply. Aid: Chivell dwelt on the work...
Corowa School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906
Corowa School of Arts. The annual meeting of the Corowa School of Arts was held on Tuesday evening. Tho President (Mr. C. T. Brewer), occupied the chair, and there were also present : — Messrs. Edmondson, Ogilvie, Young, D. Thomson, Jensen, O'Leary, Cary, P. K. Eitchie, A. Haig, Stewart, Prior, E. Bray, and the Hon. Sec. (Mr. E. L. Archer). The minutes of the last annual meeting were read and confirmed. The secretary then read the report and balance-sheet as follows ; — ANNUAL GENERAL REPORT. Yoar ending 31st December. TO THE 3UBSCBIBEBS. Ladies and Gentlemen,— Your Commit tee have pleasure in presenting their customary Aunua) Report on the affairs of the Institution for the past 12 months, with Balance-sheet annexed. Takinc the latter into consideration, vou may observe the following noteworthy ex penditure has been incurred, (figures in brackets denotes the like disbursement in preceding year 1904 :— ) Interest ? £15 (£15) Books ? _ £25 (£i3) Magazines & Newspapers £30 (£3...
The Nowranie Land. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906
The Nowranie Land. At the meeting of the Progress Committee yesterday afternoon, Messrs B. F. Gardner and Currie at tended on behalf of the Closer Set tlement League, and asked the Committee to take some action in connection witu the Land Hoard sitting solely at Urana to consider the Nowranie land applications- The action already taken by the League was explained. The objections to this course, owing to want of accom modation, banking facilities and accessibility were strongly pointed out. Mr. Gardner also stated that many applicants were -withdrawing, sooner than sufferthisinconvenienco. The committee carried the following resolution : ' That strong represen tation be made to the Minister for Lands, and Mr. B. T. Ball, M.L.A.. pointing out the inconvenience, ex pense and loss of time to which a arge number of the applicants for the Nownmie land will be put to by the Lands Department adhering to their intention to have the whole of the cases heard at Urana, and urg ing that the case...
Corowa Race Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906
Corowa Race Club. The adjourned annual meeting of the Corowa Eace Club, took place at the Royal Hotel on Wednesday evening last. Present : Messrs E. E; Nicolson, Wood, Leslie, King, C. Lewis, Jensen, Morphett, E. F. Gardner, Eankin, D. Thomson, H. Clayton, and the Secretary (Mr. Shelly Smith). Mr. Nioolsoa was vojted to the chair. The minutes of the adjourned meeting having been read and con firmed, the balance-sheet was read and adopted subject to its being audited. The receipts for the year from all sources totalled £329' 10s and the expenditure £287 16s Gd. The Bank overdraft stood at £55 lla 2d. The Club Tfas unable to show a profit for the year from actual racing alone, but the revenue obtained for rent of the course, aud hire of Bame to the L.V. Eace Club, enabled the Club to make a profit for the year of £25 10a. . The election of officers for the en suing year resulted as follows :-- President : Mr. Henry Hay ; Vice Preiidents : Messrs J. H. lzon and D. Smith ; Committee: Me...
Coroner's Inquiry. BUSH FIRE ON NROCKLESBY STATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906
Coroner's Inquiry. Bush Fiek on Bbooklebby station. The District Coroner (Dc. Staortt) held an inquiry at the Courthouse on Thursday afternoon into ths cause of ths fire on Mr. V. O'ConneU't property, on tht 90th January, at BrocMasby. Michael O'Connell, in answer to 8»rg«aut Walsh, deposed that h« was a share farmer at Brocklesliy ; h» was farming on shares with Alexander Anderson, and had about 850 aorts wheat in ; he resided dose to the paddock where the crop was ; on the day of he fire he was harvesting in the morning ; he had harvested about 380 acres ; tb*ab«i piece wis left: he ceased work between half-put 11 and 19 o'clock, because he broke » piece of the machine on Friday and wanted to bring it in to be mended by Mr. Henderson; he had to stop because the piece wouldn't work ; he took it ofi and went home to dinner ,- h» started to corat iuto Corowa about 1 o'clock ; be weut over to Tom Chinton's and borrowed a saddle and bridle, and thon started in for Corowa ; be went very...
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906
Wednesday, Januaby 24. John Smythson had been looking on the wine when it was red, and this being an unpopular color just now (being too suggestive of fires), he faced the barrier, and got fined 10s. or 7 days. John will have plenty of time to study the virtues of pure cold sparkling water, as he was also fined £2, or one moon, for thinking he was a better man than the guar dian of our peace. John made the same mistake as the Irishman, who asked leave off his boss to attend, a wedding. The next day he turned up with a beautiful eye, the colors of which were variegated, block being the predominating one. ' What have you been doing Pat ?' I thought you went to a wedding ! ' Be jabere, so Oi did.' 'And how came you to get a black eye then ?' 'Well, yer 'onor,' it was loike this, I went into a big room, and Oi saw a -big mo^ there, and, sez Oi, ''Who are you?' 'The best man,' says he. ' And be jubew, he was too I'
A Case of Lunacy. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906
A Case of Lunacy. At the Albury Police Court on Wednesday (before. Messrs. Oslear, P.M., and E. J. Kenmn, J.P.), a resident of Culcairn named Alexander ,Stewart was presented on a chauge of being of unsound mind. Evidence was given that for some time past the accused was peculiar in his manner^ He -was for a time in the Albury Hospital, and while there suffered from strange hallucinations. Mr. Strahan (tbe Superintendent) stated that Stewart would refuse food, say ing he had been dead for some days. He also wanted to go out and bury himself, ' as there was dynamite in the food.' Evidence was given by Drs. Andrews and Muller that Stewart was insane, and an order was made for his admission to Kenmore Asy lum.
Henty Monthly Court. Thursday, January 25. (Before Mr. C A. Rosier and Dr. Cameron, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906
Henty Monthly Court. Thtiesday, Jamjaey 25. ' (Before Mr. 0. A. Hosier and Dr. Cameron, J's.P.) . ^: Martin Bonmckson and George Wibund, for being unlawfully in pos session of two posts, were fined 20s-, and costs 6s., in default one month. Herbert Heiy, for permeating the atmosphere with kerosene language, was fined £2, costs of court 6s., or one month. The fines were paid. A number of small debts oases were also settled
Incendiarism. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906
Incendiarism. - \ Regarding the grass fire which oc curred on Sandy Creek station, 'near Wagga, last week, the manager, Mr. W. C. Rolls, states it is apparent someone is setting fire to the country, for on Tuesday morning last he and two others, were at the woolshed yards, when they noticed, about a quarter of a mile away, a patch of burnt grass. By the time they galloped down they found the grass burning fiercely, and after a hard fight got it out, with the lots of under 100 acres of grass. Looking round to see bow it had started they found & wax candle had been placed on the ground and lighted, and over this a treacle tin, perforated on top had been placed. When the candle burnt down to the grass away went the fire. The police and a black tracker spent two days & investigating ihe matter, but owing to the paddocks being heavily stocked with sheep they were unable to fol low the tracks, which were picked up close to the fire.
Bridge at Culcairn. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906
Bridge at Culcairn. Mr. E. T. Ball, M.L.A., has re ceived the following letter: — Public Works Department, Sydney, 23rd January , 1906. SIB, — With reference to previous corres pondence and the letter of the 6th instant, presented by you, from Mi. H. E. Lock wood, hon. seo. Henty Farmers' and Settlors' Association, urging the erection of a bridge over Billabong Creek at Culcairn, I hvr» the honor to inform 70a that recent reports are to the effect that the circum stances ss to traffic and obstruction do not justify thecost of the bridge. The Minister, however, has given instructions for the matter to be specially looked into by a senior officer during the next inspection of the district. I have the honor to Toe, air, ? Your obedient servant, J. Davis, Under-Becretuy.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906
W. WIESNER AND CO. H ENtT V. — DIRECT IMPOETEBS OF— Drapery, Boots and Shoes, Groceries, Ironmongery, &c. THE CHEAPESf AND BEST HOUSE IN THE DISTRICT. GAUL, and INSPECT OUR LARGE and VARIED STOCK. A VISIT WILL REPAY YOU. OUR PRICES ABE ^LOW/' AND QUALITY ' THE BEST.' ? Hy Patterns and Quotations Submitted. The Weather Man says Hotter. Drink TURVEY'S TONIC! The glorious inability of my TONIC to compre hend itself is not only dideetic but singularly peritoneatikuss. Intelligent Codfish are not for Bale at Turvby's Phahmact, but a good Liver Pill am. And korns kewered 4 a shilling with acridity ! 3am is the name of a boy ! Bawl is to cry ! Bawl Sam is what we say when we wish the boy to cry ! Why does Sam cry ? Caws his stummic akeB ! [s there anything in Turvey's Pharmacy that will kewer Sam'6 etum— meakc? Y OF KORSE— Turvey's Diarrhoea Compound will kewev him ! Insects now on the warpath ! I would call your attention to Sectiue. This pijbd^ct is like snuff ? it ' snuffs ' out...
Henty Common. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906
Henty Common. Balance-Sheet poh the Yeah 1905. £ s. d. Balance brought fqrward, 31st Dec, 1904 ? 10 6 4 Fees for year ending 31st Dec, 1905.,. .:. ... 28 13 0 £38 19 4 £ s. d. 'Albury Banner' office 0 12 0 C. Culling, herdsman ... 1 15 9 C. Culling, rep. fence ... 2 0 0 His Majesty's' Printing Office ? 0 13 0 Charge for keeping bank ing account ? 0 5 0 J. Jones, collecting Com mon fees ? 15 0 W. Fowler, sinking tank 29 0 0 Charge for keeping bank ing account ? 0 5 0 Cash in hand ? 0 13 O Cr. 'balance Bank ? 2 10 7 - £38 19 4 0. BaBTSCH, Secretary, Trustees Henty Common.
Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 February 1906
Personal. The Misses Khig, of the Australian Hotel, left yesterday on a holiday trip to Tasmania. The will of the late Mr. J. H. Want, K.C., of Sydney, has been sworn for probate purposes at between £12,000 and £13,000. Mr. ami Mrs. Arthur Parkin and family look their departure from Corowa yesterday for Sydney, their ultimate destination being Tauiworlh, in which town Mr. Parkin will act as manager for Messrs. A. F. Cullen and Co. Master Paddy Gorman, third son of Mr. P. Gorman, of Savemake, was successfully operated on a week ago in Melbourne for appendicitis. His cricket and football mates will be pleased to hear he is doing well — ' Mercury.' The Very Bev. Dean Slattery, of Wagga, was driving from Urangeline on Monday, when his horses bolted, aud collided with a stump. He was thrown to the ground, several of his ribs were fractured, and he was much bruised. The death is announced of 'Dan' Fitzgerald, tbe well-knewn circus proprietor, at the age of 47 years. He was the senior memb...