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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 October 1905
J. SOUTHGATE, Wood and Water Carter, RIVER-STREET, C O R O W fl , WISHES to state that he can supply wood and water to order at lowest rates and at shortest notice. TO STflNb THIS SEflSON — AT— Fairland Lodge, Collendlna, AW TBAVEL THE 6UBB0UNDING DIS TRICT, THE PURE BRED CLYDESDALE STALLION. Morgan. flis Pedigree is well-known throughout the district. He has proved himself a sure foal-getter, and bis young stock have turned out exceptionally good. TEEMS.— £3 10a ; half guarantee f'2 10s ohanoe. — ALSO — THE PURE-BRED CLYDESDALE STALLION.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 October 1905
some .... ..; .. ?;. '''?el-.-1. -\.Z- ,!? JEWELLERY Fa^TS. , .. r- IT IS A FACT- That every article in my Store is thoroughly good and reliable — just what it protendb to be; * IT IS A FACT That I carry a large and well assorted Slock of JEWELLBRY suitable for presents for nil occasions. IT IS A FACT That I have lived 10 years in CbROWA and my GUARANTEE x stands behind what I bell. .??*'? H, R©SENBL©©Mt WflTCHttflKER flNb JEWELLER, e©R©wa. T. PARKIN, GENERAL IMPORTER, Sanger s streei, 6oi*oWa. Scythe Blades, Garden Tools, Handles, Digging Forks, Hay Rakes, Spades, Forks, etc., Hoes, Trowels, Rakes, Water Cans, Paints, Sheep Shears, Oils, etc., , Meat Safes, ' ' Fly Wires, Wire Covers, Wire Doors, and all Harvesting Supplies. Xmas and Wecid i nm Presents. ? ** . I have just opened it beautiful assortment of E. P. GooSs as follows : — Butters, Cruets, Teapots, Coffee Pots, and Jam Dishes. Fruit Jars. Please iusjrect our Stock of Preserving Jars and- Pans, also Enamehvave of all kinds...
Hospital Benefit. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 October 1905
Hospital Benefit. The Mayor has arranged with Mr. Cribbs, who is running a steam merry go-round, to give half the proceeds of Thursday night's takings to the Hos pital. AM.Parkinisanxious to increase the total collections for the Hospital to £60, and is also arranging with the assistance of Mr. Falconer Fraser, and Nurse Corkill to hold a euchre party and dance, in the Old Odd fellows Hall on'Tuesday night next. The use of the hall lias been kindly given by Mr. F. Sammons free, and refreshments will be provided. As will be seen by our advertisement column, the gross proceeds will gofto swell the Hospital Sunday funds Too much cannot be said of the Mayor's efforts in this direction. Aid. Parkin neglected no opportunity to make Hospital Sunday a success, and the splendid results of his personal collection, £17 odd, was enough to have earned him conspicuous honor. Howovor he is just as active in the above proposals, and when it is bome in mind that, with regard to the waning of rent fo...
GRAND CONCERT TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 October 1905
GRAND CONCERT TO-NIGHT* Our readers are again reminded that the concert to be held in connec tion with the Presbyterian Church Anniversary Services will take place to-night in the School of Arts. A fine performance has been arranged , and the names of the singers adver tised pn another page to take part in to-night's programme, especially those of .Miss Josef and Miss Marion Porritt, ire a sufficient guarantee as to the high, quality of the singing that may be expected. We are sure,ali lovers of really g6od singing will/:be iu attendance, unless pre vented' by matters of pressing urgency. . - ?
Presbyterian Church. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 October 1905
Presbyterian Church. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. The three services in connection with the above anniversary were conducted lest Sunday-toy fhe Min ister of the parish, the Rev. 'A. McWatt Allan, ? who, with - his officers, felt sorry that the date collided with Hospital Sunday, but alt their arrangements were made, we believe, about a month before the Hospital Committee made their announcement. In these circum stances they felt obliged to adhere to the time fixed, and they resolved to niatee a collection for the Hospital on a 'day next month to be decided on.. 'It- was feared that Hospital Sunday uiight militate somewhat against tht success of the Anniver sary Services, but, we are informed, they were all more successful in every way than those of any former year. This was most gratifying to all, but chiefly to the Minister, who felt much cheered by the large at tendances ait all the Services, par ticularly in the evening, wheusome could not find sitting room, though over a dozen large f...
Wedding. POLLOCK-WILSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 October 1905
Wedding. POLLOCK— WILSON. A very pretty and popular wedding took place at Mr. Wilson's residence, 'Cluster Hills ' BaUdale, on, Wed- : noaday, October 11th, when Mr. - ' Robert Pollock, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Pollock, of Kyabram, Victoria, was united to Miss Isabella Annie Wilson, second daughter -oi. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wilson, of BaUdale. The Rev. Mr. A. MoWatt Allan, of Corowa, officiated in a very impres sive manner. The marriage hymn was song by the friends, and the weddine march played by Miss May Knight. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked very charming, being attired in a beautiful gown of ,.- white silk, richly trimmed with silk O lace and rouchings of gathered rib- '- bon and chiffon, with -..the usual ' wreath and veil, and carried a shower ?? boquet. . ; The bridesmaid, Miss Rebecca Wilson, sister of the bride, wore a cream cashmere dress, trimmed with overall lace satin, and insertion, and black hat. Mr. A. Martin, cousin of the bride, acted as...
Correspondence. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 October 1905
Correspondence. (to the EDiibn.) ? Sot, — In the report of the last meeting of the Progress^Committee, I notice the following — ' Letter not read by the Council..' I am of the opinion that if Sir. Wm. Lyne or any other person has any communication to be conveyed to the council, he should write direct, and not forward it to an obsolete body. As far as the municipality is concerned, I am the |person who gave 'Sir William Lyne the few slips' of paper which had been placed in my private box. I wrote some time ago to Sir Wm. Lyne re questing him to forward any corres pondence touching on municipal affairs direct to the Council Clerk. If he thinks fit to' do otherwise, I, wljile acting in the capacity of Mayor, will not entertain correspondence sent through Mr.'F. C.ftggin, or any other member of the Progress Com mittee. I think there is plenty of scope for their labors outside the municipal boundary, and it will be time enough to interfere with any matter inside that area when re quested...
Complicated Land Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 October 1905
Complicated Land Case. An action against the Crown, which has created a great deal of interest, was heard in the Supreme Court, before Aftting-Justice Fitz hardinge, at Deriiliquin. William Malone, a fanner, sued the Land Department for a refund of the monev uaid for four years' vent on an annual Lease on the Barhani holding. The circumstances 'leading to the present action are very com plicated. In 1900 a notice in the ' Government Gazette ' stated that the rent on certain occupied licenses on Barham had not been paid, and the licenses had lapsed. Conse quently the land became available for selection. Malone, his father, and two brothers applied for annual leases of the land, but the applica tions were refused by the local land board. On appeal the Court of Ap peal -directed the land board to con firm the Applications, and subse quently the Department issued annual leases. The following year Mr. O'Keefe, the owner of Barham, who maintained that the land was still . within his occup...
Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 October 1905
Personal. Bishop Murray, of Cooktown, (Q) is at present on a visit to Melbourne. Mr. George Coleinan, formerly soli citor at Wagga, lias been presented ?with a purse of 200 sovs. on. the occasion of his departure. TheN.B.W. Attorney-General is at present conferring with the Federal Attorney-General in Melbourne, a8 to ?theprqeefluro to be followed ia ob taining the opinion of the High .Court .upon the Capital Site question. The Archbishop of Melbourne (Dr. Clarke), who has been attending the General Synod of Australia and Tas mania, at.Sydney, returned to Mel bourne on Saturday. The Federal Public Service Com missioner lias approved of the appointment of Messrs. G. Waddy andC. E. Bright, as deputy Post masters-General of South Australia and Queensland respectively. The estate of the loto John Keep, of the well-known firm of John Keep and. Sons, ironmongers of Sydney, has been valued for probate purposes at £76,055. Mr. B. T. Ball, M.L.A., the ener getic member for Corowa, has been t...
HOSPITAL SUNDAY. THE DEMONSTRATION A BRILLIANT SUCCESS. RECORD COLLECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 October 1905
HOSPITAL SUNDAY. THE DEMONSTRATION A BRILLIANT SUCCESS. RECORD COLLECTION. The demonstration held iu the Cricket Grouud ou Sunday after noon was a brilliant success, the collection beiug a record one, amounting up to date to j£62 odd, which is a result that reflects the greatest credit upou tht uanaee nient and the willing hearts that assisted, while also being a magni ficent proof of the charitable dispo sition of our residents. The morning turned out rather uupropitious, aui as the threatening rains overshadowed the sky the prospects for the afternoon were very unpromising. About lunch time, however, it seemed as though the benificeut object of the day's proceedings had extended its refilling influence to the atmosphere itself, and the clouds drifted from the sky before the golden rays of the warm spring sunshine. The procession was a little late in starting from the old Oddfellows' Hall, but was a creditable turnout. Headed by the massed bands, the procession march ed straight do...
District News. HOWLONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 October 1905
District News. HOWLONG. ? :'-: our own Correspondent.) A publio meeting was held in the School of Arts on Saturday night for the purpose of electing successors to the members ' of the Howlong Pro gress Committee, whose term had expired. The meeting had also to consider the formation of a branch of the Farmers and Settlers' Asso ciation. Mr. William Murdock was voted to the chair, and there was only a small attendance of the publio. The chairman explained the objects of the meeting and said he was sorry to see such a small attendance, con sidering the importance of the busi ness before them. Messrs. David Beid, Jr., and Paul Moorfield, the joint hon. secretaries, also spoke on the work that had been done, and referred to the apathy of the residents. After several others had spoken it was reBorved, on the motion of Mr. Paul Moorfield, seconded by Mr. T. B. Easterby, that the following gentlemen be appointed members of the Howlong Progress Committee : — Messrs. David Beid, Jr., James M...
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 October 1905
Local and General. Visiting Committee. — Corowa Hospital this month : — F. A. Currie, H. Ogilvie, R. King. ANOTHER nice rainfall on Monday night ; 62 points registered. Reports state the fall was general in the district. &nbsp; Church of England. — His Lordship the Bishop of Riverina will conduct the evening service at St. John's Church of England on Sunday, October 29th. Police Court. — The new P.M., (Mr. Oslear), will not preside on the bench to-day, at the Police Court, as that gentleman has received a week's leave before commenc- ing his duties at Albury. The local bench will deal with the cases to-day. JJKK |iicHOOL's*fcotglsiQN : — Mfipa]' qtoer Frasor^i-£fion.' SecretS* of fife School-^cn?eio$ on the|S7tli inst., requests intending excursion ists to procure their tickets 'before 12 noon on Wednesday, ,28th inst. ?'?? R.C. Church.— The Rev. Father &nbsp; Alphuonsus, of the Passionist Con- gregation,. Goulburn, will conduct a mission for a week at Corowa, com me...
The Railways. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905
The Railways. The following regulations are noti fied in the ' Gazette ' : — Wheat, flour or mill offal sent to Btations from Narrandera to Hay inclusive, in lots of not less than 8 tone per four-wheeled truck, from Albury, Finley and intermediate sta tionB, will be carried an equal distance on the down journey, at the special up journey rates to that which is carried on the up journey ; the remainder of the distance to be charged at ' A ' class rate ; from stations on the Corowa line more dist ant than Albury, 2d. per ton for evory 10 miles or part thereof will be added to the rate from Albury. A rebate of ths difference between the local rates and the through rate, plus 2s fid per ton, will he allowed on wheat consigned from country stations to country flour mills, and re-consigned iu the shape of flour, bran or pollnrd to Darling Harbour or any station short thereof. Such rebate will be granted under the following conditions, vit. : — That the differ ence refunded be based on the...
NELSON'S FAMOUS SIGNAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905
NELSON'S FAMOUS SIGNAL. Echoes of .the incidents of the far famed sea-fight off Cape Trafalgar still reverberate in our ears to-day in the distant parts of the British dominions. Here in Victoria we have added pleasure in recalling these recollections, from the fact that two of our early residents were closely connected therewith. One was Captain Louttit, who hod been captain of the foretop on The Victory daring the battle. He subsequently came out to the colonies, engaged in the wasting trade, discovered Louttit Bay (which was named after him), then ulti mately became harbour pilot here, and died only a short while back. The other — Com- mander Crauford Fasco, R.N., a one-time police magistrate in this state, who died on February 18, 1898— was the sou of the signal-lieutenant on board Nelson's flag ship. We have, through the courtesy of two well-known Melbourne) citizens, been supplied with several interesting particul ars at first hand, concerning these links of association with t...
Trafalgar Day. CENTENARY OF THE GREAT FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905
Trafalgar Day. CENTENARY OP THE GEEAT FIGHT. In 1805 Pitt formed with Russia Austria, and Sweden his third coalition against France. France w»b joined by Spain. Na poleon onoe more meditated an invasion of England before marching against Austria. His great difficulty was that he could not get command of the Channel, so watchful were Kelson and the other English admir als, ToAecoy Nelson from his post, Na polaon ordered his Admiral (Villeneuve) across the Atlantic, to threaten the West Indies. Nelson followed him. Villeneuve, escaping Nelson's notice, suddenly returned to Spanish waters. Nelson returned to England to rest ; but when he heard that the French and Spanish fleets had taken refuge in Cadiz harbour, where they were watched by Admiral Collingwood, he at once tendered his services to Pitt. On September H his flag ran to the top-mast of the Victory in Portsmouth harbour. A fortnight later he wan within roach of Cadie. Hiding behind Cape St. Mary — north-west of the entrance t...
Correspondence. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905
Correspondence. (to the editor.) Sib. — Having the greatest respect for, and having been on the most friendly terms for many years with our respected Mayor and townsman, Mr. T. Parkiu, I regret that he has taken the opportunity of expressing himself in the manner he has done in his letter published in your pre vious issue. : In justice to Sir''Wi 3. -Lyne, the Progress Committee and myself, I. will reply to the ill-advised and un justifiable statements contained there in at the next meeting of . the Municipal Council. To whom itmay concern; I 'might say that I was taught the word '' obsolete ' meant neglected, gone into disuse, outof date. .The term does not fit the Oorbwa Progress. Committee/ as the publio well know. F. C. PIGGIN, President C. P. C. Corowa, Oct. 19, 1906.
Country Telephones. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905
Country Telephones. New telephone regulations, in the direction of greater liberality, especi ally for country subscribers, have been framed. In certain country districts residents, particularly busi ness men, do not desire communica tion with the local exchange. They require direct communication with the trunk line. To meet these special cases the Postmaster-General (Mr. Chapman) has 'allowed, for a payment of £3 a year, communication with the nearest trunk line via the local post-office, provided the residence is not more thaa a mile from the post office. The Minister has also made regulations with regard to limited exchanges in the country. Under the ordinary regulations, there must be at least 15 subscribers before an exchange is established. There are many places in the country where 16 subscribers cannot be secured. Mr. Chapman has approved an arrange ment for limited exchanges, whereby if two or three persons require an exchange it may be provided at the post-office. A mile o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905
J. HUTTON, Hairdresser 4 Tobacconist, Sanger-Street, COROWA. A Full Range of High-grado Pipes in varied shapes. All - Brands of ? Tobaccoes, in Tins and Plugs. Cigars of Best Quality in great variety. Cigarettes of almost every make. Bundry lines, such us Tobacco Pouches, &c, in Stock. .;.' First-class Hairdresslng Saloon. ? Oents Toilet Club. ? BORDER - BAKERY, Sanger-street, ? COROWA. a hTgale, BAKER & CONFECTIONER. BREAD DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS. Customers waited on Dally. BALLS, PICNICS, WEDDINGS AND TEA PARTD3S CATEHED FOE. jrtL G. A. njLg^nSj CLARK, Jj^SL* fam-ly '5HBSSP BUTCHER, Corowa & Wahgunyah, DESIRES to thank Customers for favors already received, and hopes by Strict Atten tion to Business, combinod with Civility and Cleanliness, to merit a continuance ot their support. Only Primest Quality of Meat Kept. Meat will be kept in Cooling Chambers during Summer Months. GEO. GROSE, Saddle and Harness Maker, ALBUBY HOAD, COHOWA, FIEST PRIZE TAKER Grand Nat...
Commercial. LOCAL RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905
Commercial. ; LOCAL EETA1L PRICES. Butter (factory) Is Id to Is 2d. Butter, (dairy), 8d to lOd. Cheese, 8d to 9d. Eggs 7d. . ?' . Bacon, 8d to 9d. ' ' ? Ham, 7dto9d. Currants, 5&d to 6d. Raisins, 5d to 6d. OniQns, (per, cwt.), 32s. .Potatoes, 3,1s. ., -i Oats', 2s:6d to 2s^6L ' Fowl seed, 3s. Bran, lid to Is. Pollard, Is Id to Is 2d. ' ' Hour, 16s to 17s. Chaff, JE3.