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Corowa Volunteer Fire Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905
Corowa Volunteer Fire Brigade. The monthly meeting of the C.V.P. Brigade was held on Monday evening at the Fire Station, in the presence of Captain Bitcbie and nine firemen. The Captain reported that the com mittee had met in connection with some necessary repairs to the station and nad accepted the tender of b. Linton (£5 13s Gd), who h'ad already made good progress with the work. He had written to Mr. Broadhurst, secretary of the Metropolitan Firo Association, Sydney, re the changing of the locale of the next demonstration from Sydney to Orange, and hod re ceived a reply from Mr. Broadhurst, stating that the charge was decided on, owing to it being found impossible from a monetary point of view to hold the next demonstration in Sydney, there being no chance of a govern ment grant sufficiently large to carry it through. Orange hod applied to be considered for the next demon stration. The matter had been referred to the Northern Association and that body being also willing, it was d...
Sporting Notes. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905
Sporting Notes. Racing fixtubes. Butherglen E. O., Ootober 36. Wangaratta T. C, October 28. L. V. Raoes, (Corowa), Kovembet 1. Beechworth, November 18. The field for this year's Caulfield Cup promises to be well' up to the average. There were 32 acceptors, and of this number, probably 28 or 29 will line up at the barrier. * * * Torah will have the services of the Sydney light-weight jockey, W. H. Smith, and should be the hardest horse in the race to beat. That bril liant mare Marvel Loch can be relied on to run a great race, and Emir, if in a generous mood, should be handy at tho finish. The 'Chronicle' prophet likos Marvel Loch to win, with Torah and Emir to fill the places. * * * The results of to-day's racing at Caulfield will be posted at the ' Chronicle ' Office during the after noon. The ex-Caulfield jockey, F. Bullock, who while in England rode with considerable success for J. E. Brewer and other trainers, has returned to Australia. * * * The well-known bookmaker, Mr. W. Haye...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905
SOME .... ; JEWELLERY PAGfS. IT IS A FACT That every article in my Store is thoroughly good »nd raliabl*— just what it pretends to bo. IT IS A FACT That I carry a large and well assorted Stock of JEWELLERT ' suitable for presents for all occasions. IT IS A FACT That I have lived 1G years in COROWA and my GUARANTEE '? stands behind what I Eell. H. R0SEN8L00M. WflTCHMflKER flNb JEWELLER, 6OROWA. T. PARKIN, GENERAL IMPORTER, Sanger * street, (Eorowa. 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 Wedding Presents. I have just opened a beautiful assortment o! E. P. Goods as follows : — Butters, Cruets, Teapots, Coffee Pots, and Jam Dishes. Fruit Jars. / Please inspect our Stock of Preserving Jan / , . and Pans, also Enamelware of all kinds, and ' .' ? . all Kitchenware. Grocery Department : TEflS. ...
Bad! Bad!! Bad!!! [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905
Ba8 ! Bad if Bad!?! Bad blood comes from bad digos tion — bad- stomach, bad liver — at- tended with bad, ioul breath,, coated, tonrue, l-a-Haste, oad headjjuoliBy bad. appetite, and kindred sgrlrlptonis.^ Bad as all these are and serious as are the diseases to which they lead, Chamberlain's Stom'ach Hind Liver Tablets come to the relief dndjcurS of all these by regulating anti invigof ating Stomach, Liver and Bowels, and putting all these organs in good order. For sale by T. Parkin, Corowa.*
Corowa School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905
Corowa School of Arts. The monthly meeting of the Com mittee of the School of Arts was held at the Institute on Tuesday last. Present : — Messrs. C. T. Brewer, (chair), R. F. Gardner, P. K. Ritchie, Ogilvie, Edmondson, Haig, and Archer (Hon. Sec.) The minutes of tbe last meeting were read and confirmed. A letter was read from Mr. G. Silcock, giving up his occupation of the office. It was decided to try and let both officeB. . ? The Librarian'* report was read and received as follows :— GENTLEMEN,— All m&garines, periodic als, &o., have been duly received during tbe month, witli the exception of 'Puck' number dated -23rd August. A couple of the lights in tho library re quire attention. , The spouting, as shown uy last night's imin needs cleaning out on the north 6ide ofBieiSfldiug. ' ' I would suggest that the skylights in the ceiling of thehallbe oleauedas'BOon u possible. It was decided to leave the mat ter of lights and skylights to the Building Committee to rectif...
WOOL RATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905
'Wool Rates. The following rates per ton on wool to Sydney, are notified in .the ' Government Gazette.' : — Station. Scoured Greasy. £ s d £ t d Corowa ? 8 11 8 S 5 0 Hopefield ? 3 10 11 8 16 Baliaale ? 3 10 7 8 11 Broeklesby ... S 10 1 8 11 Burmmbuttook 3 10 0 3 S/9 Walla Walla ... 8 9 9 3 3 6
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20. (Before Dr. Lang, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905
Friday, October 20. . ? * (Before Dr. Lang, JVfc) . * ? James King, charged with stealing a shovel, was fined £2 or one month, to run conaurrent with the sentence he is already undergoing. - A further charge of a similar mature was with drawn. No woman can be plain who has beauti ful teeth made by K. N. BCtL, next P.O., Corowa,*
Sydney Woman's Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905
Sydney Woman's Letter. [By Matsa.] We're in the throes of a burst of patriotism, in short, itis the ' Nelson ' season. Our men folk go off to office whistling ' 'Twas in Trafalgar Bay,' or else the man next door is humming ' England expects, etc.. etc.. ' The women folk of the British Empire League have fallen on the neck of this ' Nelson ' anniversary and wept tears of loyalty, and the president of the League, Mrs. Hugh Dixon, arose to the occasion and presented the Royal Naval House with a ' White Ensign,' and the bluejacketB at the Boyal Naval House are to be made much of, and the Admiral and bis officers are to make the Town Hall dazzlesome with their auguBt presence on the occasion of the big Naval concert. It is to be a good time for the Jack tars on our waters, they will be the pet fad of the minute. Sydneyites. regret very much to hear that Lady Bawson's health is again causing her friends great anxiety. Her Ladyship was too ill to leave for Australia by the ' Orontes ' as s...
AMBIGUOUS ORATORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905
AMBIGUOUS ORATORY. At the inaugural jne^ng of the. Immigration Eeague,' the ~~chieF speakers -were the ? Prime 'Minister (Mr' Deakiu) aud the leader, of the' Labor Party (Mr. Wafapri). The utterances of both these gentlemen , were, governed taayilj' byatubiguity, Wfhidh, -ifi ^Ir-.-peakin^ttase, at least, is thorougWy typital. T*fie virtues of immigration -of a proper character *re,i'so ibVious;-and so generally admitted that It is a pain ful waste of oratory to further dilate upon them. The present unsatis factory state of development in this country is also a matter of universal agreement ' To the pregnant inter jection, however, 'What is the cause?' both Mr. Deakin and Mr. Watson had no response, but pre ferred to remain on the safe ground of uncoutrovertible platitudes. The following extract from Mr. Deakin's speech is one that need no (ear of contradiction : — It was a wiser, a sounder, a cheaper, and more democratic thing to protect their great coun try by settling on it white...
CABLES. AUSTRALIAN INTERFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 October 1905
CABLES. AUSTRALIAN INTERFERENCE. The London 'Times,' criticising Lord Rosebery's speech, reminds him that Australians have no call to ex press themselves respecting the Chinese on the Rand. This is an essentially Transvaal question, and the decision of that country has been taken on the same autonomous prin ciple prevailing in all self-governing colonies. The ' Times ' goes on to 'point out that for members of the Liberal Party to interfere against the deliber ately expressed desire of a colony would be a strange departure from Liberal principles.