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Mr. R. T. Ball. ADDRESS AT MULWALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 October 1905
- Mr. R. T. Ball. ADDBESS AT MULWALA. Mr. E. T. Ball, M.L.A.. member for Corowa, addressed his Mulwala constituents in the School of Arts, Mulwala, on Saturday even ing. There Was an excellent attendance of electors, the hall being almost filled. Mr. William Murchison was appointed chairman, and in introducing Mr. Ball, said that they would be pleased to hear Mr. Ball again, after an absence of twelve months. His presence that evening showed that ho had not forgotten that remote corner of his electorate. Mr. Ball, on rising, ainid applause, said that it afforded him great pleas ure in visiting Mulwala alter an in terval of 12 months. He always made it a practice to go amongst the e'loctors frequently and give an ac count of his stewardship. He noticed in the press that the Farm ers' and Settlers' Association bad made comments on the vote of cen sure by the Opposition on the Government in connection with the land enquiries. There was some misunderstanding amongst the mem bers of the ...
The Corowa Electorate. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 October 1905
The Corowa Electorate. Mr. E. T. Ball has handed us the following letter : — Department of IJaudfi, Sydney, Oct. 19th, 1905. Sm, — I have the honor to inform you that the papers ou tbo subject mentioned hercunder, have boen referred* to the Dis trict Surveyor, Wagga Wagga, for report. SUBJECT : — Respecting the throwing open of unnecessary reserves in the Corowa district. I litivc the honor to be, Sir, Your Obedient Servant. . eobert McDonald. E. T. Ball, Esq., M.P., Sydney. Mr. R. T. Bull, M.L.A. advises us that be will bo in Corowa on Satur day next, October !}8th, when be will be glad to see any of his electors. Mr. Ball will travel up by the Cul cairn train on Saturday morning, and is returning to Sydney tho same day. ? . ? ?_
Cricket. COROWA v. VIGNERONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 October 1905
Cricket. COBOWA v. VIGNERONS. The Corowa boys paid a visit to Lake Moodemere on Saturday, and played a match against the Vignerbns; There was a splendid attendance of onlookers, and during the interval afternoon tea was kindly supplied by the lady supporters of the Vignerons. At the close of the match Captain Morphett suitably thanked the ladies for their hospitality on behalf of the Corowa team. Captain Yatos re sponded, and said that he hoped the match would he one of many happy games in the future. The match proved another victory for Corowa, who are putting up a record for this season so far. The .Viguerons won the toss, and Capt. Yates sent his men to! the ' wickets. The bowling of Henderson, Jackson, and Bayliss was too strong for them, and four wickets fell for four runs. The Vignorons got their eye in, then, however, and the remainder of the team put up 63, A. B. Jackson holding ton score with 14. The Corowa men were very quick in the field. The Corowa team totalled 121, A. ...
Raid on a Betting-Shop. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 October 1905
Raid on a Betting-Shop. The police raided a shop in Pitt street, Sydney, on Saturday, alleged to be used for the purpose of betting. It was considered that an hour or so prior to the time fixed for the running of the Caulfield Cup would be an op portune moment to make an investi gation. The footpath at this time was nearly impassable, and it was also difficult to walk along the road way .with any degree of comfort, while the shop was found to be well filled with people. Thirty-five per sons-were secured. In order to make the raid success ful, the plain-clothes men, on getting inside, stood by the back door, and there was a general stampede to the front, duriug which the front door, windows, and a plate-glass mirror were broken. The front door had been simultaneously barred. The men were taken to a lock-up in Liverpool-street in cabs, and form ally charged with being without law ful excuse on premises kept and used as a common betting-house. They were granted 'bail.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 October 1905
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DEPUTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 October 1905
DEPUTATIONS. During his visit, Mr. Ball received the followiug deputations : — v Sleeper Cutters. The sleeper cutters were repre sented by Messrs. Jones (Mulwala), Quirk (Yarrawonga) and Keunv and others from the camp. It was pointed out by them that the Forest Banger repeatedly refused to grant an increase iu their area. They had been con fined to the present territory for four years, and all the workable timber bad boen cut out, whilst the second class timber was exhausted, and tbo third class was in the 6ame stage. One man said it was not even third class, as the Victorian Inspector had rejected 74 out of 120 sleepers. These facts showed the poor quality of the timber left, and unless the area was increased by one fourth additional per year the men would have to break up their homos and go elsewhere, and the majority of them had no other occupation to follow. Mr. Ball promised to lay the facts before the Minister, and if the officer was still obstinate, to have him called to ac c...
Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 October 1905
Personal. (f be Prince arid ]?rincess erf Wales have started on their trip to India. The death of an old resident oftbe| Rutherglen district, Mr. Thomas Scanlon, took place at his residence North Prentice, on Monday. The deceased was a fanner and at. one time worked at the Gooramadda Station. . [ A serial story by Dr. W. H. Lang, of Corowa, is being published in the ' Leader,' entitled ' A Syren of the Hills.' Dr. Lang is a brother of the well-known author, Andrew Lang, and evidently possesses the same literary talent. In a numberof ' Young's Magazine' published in New York recently, to hand, we noticed a story by Albert Goldberg,' one time of Corowa. ' Goldie ' tackled America some time ago and from latest accounts his talents have landed him into a good berth. In the Christmas number of the ' Sydney Mail ' (a very handsome and interesting publication) there is a short story by Mr. W. G. Hender son of Albury. Mr. Henderson is a member of the well-known firm of solicitors Messrs Fle...
TRAINING NOTES. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 October 1905
TRAINING NOTES. [BV WlHE.] Melbourne, Tuesday. At Flomington this morning Emir easily bent Canteen in a 6andcircloin2. 31. Glad some dido similar journey in 2.33*. War roo, Tartan and Lady Wallace did attractive work. Charles Stuart ran li mile in 2.21. Mamopoto beat Thackeray over a mile in 1.50. Demos ran 9 furlongs in 2.9. Syl van King ran a similar journey in 2.8. Lord FitEroy and Jargoou cut out si* fur longs in 1.21. Bluo Spec and Billingsgate ran a mile in 1.51}. Roller and Simondi ran a similar distance in 1.52. At Caulfield thiB morning Marvel Lo^ih ran a strong mile and a quarter. Torah ran 6 furlongs in evens, and Ovordalo cov ered a similar distance in 1.20. Mr. Oslear. P.M.. has entered on his duties at Albury. Mr. Oslear took his seat on the Bench for # tho first time on Saturday. „ ? . ' The Bishop of London, addressing a meeting of clergy at . St. Paul's Cathedral, declared that it was im possible to describe the dismay with which he viewed the diminution of the birt...
Corowa Lawn Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 October 1905
Corowa Lawn Tennis Club. A committee meeting of the above club was held On Friday evening, when there were present: Messrs. Ourrie (chair), Edmondsoh, Jack, Badham, Myriag, J, G. Taylor, and the hon. sec, Mr. Bull. It was decided to hold the annual tournament on Saturday and Mon day, 11th and 13th November. The, Jadies' doubles and men's singles will be held on Saturday, and the mixed doubles and gentlemen's doubles on Monday. The President (Mr. F. A. Currie) has donated two prizes of one guinea each for the mixed doubles. In compliance with the wishes of a majority of the members, the 'gene- ral ' day will be altered from Satur day to Wednesday ; Monday will be set apart as ' ladies' day,' Tuesday, Thursday and Friday ' mixed days,' and Saturday ' men's day.' Annual subscriptions for boys un der 18 were fixed at 10s 6d. and cirls under the same age 5s per annum. A former resolution, granting a conces sion to members residing at a dis tance, was rescinded. The resignation of the hon...
A Contemptible Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 October 1905
A Contemptible Act. Late on Saturday night or early on Sunday morning a contemptible act was penetrated alrthe Albury Bail way Station. It will be remembered that on August 23rd this year an arbor day gathering was organised by the Stationmaster (Mr. James), the object being to beautify the piece of waste land in front of the station premises, and a fine variety of trees and ornamental shrubs and plants were planted, many local citizens taking part in the work. The trees aud plants have been carefully tended duriug the past two months, and were making splendid progress. In fact, next year the hitherto barren waste that fronted passengers and visitors to the station would have bion transformed into a beautiful liiilepark. However, some miserable miscreaut has rendered nugatory the work of the past Jwo months. The destruction of the trees aud shrubs has been compassed in the most thorough manner. It would appear that the scoundrel who set himself the ignoble task of destroying the tre...
A PREMEDITATED OUTRAGE. THE DOGGER BANK INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 October 1905
A PREMEDITATED OUTRAGE. The Doggeh Bank Incident. Admiral Freemantle, speaking at the Nelson Banquet in London, stated that a Russian officer, well acquainted with Russia's internal affairs, had assured him that the Dogger Bank incident was intentional. It was designed. to embroil France, and cause a general European war. - [It will be remombered that about twelvo months ago a tremendous -sensation was caused by the fact that the Russian Baltio Fleet when on its way to the East, hod fired on a British trawling fleet at Dogger Bank, in the English Channel. The situa tion became very acute and war appeared imminent between England and Bussia. The point of the above cable is that had this occurred, France under the terms other agreement with EuatiaTvould have had to take part, and this would undoubtedly havo precipitated a general European War.]
GERMANY AND FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 October 1905
GERMANY AND FRANCE. The ' Dehats ' resenting the sug gestions of the German press that France had better be careful in -sa§e of an Anfilb-derman nuarrel de clares that Germany seems determ ined to endeavour to reduce. France to' a state of political servitude; The' journal declares that : the. man does ?not exist who can so bend Frariee;
Sporting Notes. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 October 1905
Sporting Notes. EACING FKTUBE9. Rutherglen R. C, October 26. Wangaratta T. C, Ootober 23. L. V. Races, (Corowa), November 1. Beechworth, November 13. The twenty-6fth Caulfield Cup, run on Saturday last', was won by Marvel Loch. A fairly good start was effected, but before the grand stand was passed, the field was pretty well strung out. At the back of tho course Harmony joined the leaders, and \ down the railway side assumed command, ; being clear of Tornh, Mimiopoto, Marvel Ijoch, Itosemead and Warroo. Entering the straight Marvel Loch dashed past Torah, and although Warroo made a good effort, the result was never in doubt, Marvel Loch passing tho post with two lengths ad vantage, Torah being a moderate third, Emir fourth. The time for the race, 2.351 was only beaten on two occasions — Hymet- tus in 1901, aud Sweet Nell in 1903. ft * ^e Torah started favorite for the Caulfield Cup at 4 to 1. Boabdil was well backed at 5 to 1, whilst Marvol Loch and Mauiopoto were on the 10 to 1 mar...
LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS.. Melbourne, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 October 1905
LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS.. Melbourne, Tuesday night. ; ; The wheat market 'shows lower, tendency. Sales to-'day being at 3s' 6d to 3s 6|d. New wheat for for ward delivery quoted at 3s 4|d : flour quoted at £7 15s for small lots ; bran 11H to Is ; pollard Is 4d ; chaff market unsteady, prime 67/6 to 65/- ; choice green 67/6 ; potatoes, Prime Viotorian £8 10s to £8 15s , New Zealand £8 to £8 5s ; onions, dull. Imported £16 to £22 ; local £20,
Domestic Hints. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 October 1905
Domestic Hints. 4 \ Latendeb Sachets.— Take ilb. rtlaven-| der that has been freed from the stalks, £oz. \ ot dried mint, and tie same quantity of. thyme, loz. of ground doves and loi. of table salt Dry all in a alow oven. Mix ftinmnirlilv. and nut in little muslin bags., Store these amongst your clothing. . Wobth KN0w»o.—If you 'want your; silk skirt to retain its' freshness, sew loops under the flounces, and hang it upside down when not in use. Hanging in^this way in the opposite direction to that in which they are worn freshens the flounces, and' makes them stand out and take a new lefts' of presentable life. To Cook Touch Steak.— II J'1-' ir? afraid tlu steak will turn oat : iaj.i ai-.r.c-. it Chop a little parsley er-J union ; pel them in a stewpan with an ounce of butter, a little pepper and salt, and the steak. Cook for about ten minutes. Pnt the mince on a dish, melt another small bit of butter in the pan, mix with it a teaspoon ful of brown flour, and add gradually some goo...
Inconvenient Recollections. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 October 1905
Inconvenient Recollections. 'Do yon know, my dear,' she suddenly said, as she looked up from her work, ' do you know that next week will be the twen tieth anniversary of our wedding?' 'Is that so? By George? How time flies 1 Why, I had no idea of it' 'Yes, we have been married almost twenty long years,1' she continued, with something of a sigh. 'Yon have been a good husband to me, darling. 'Andy on have been a blessed little wife to me, Susan. Come here and let me kiss you. There I' 'I waa thinking to-day — 1 mi tfihArwg of— of ? ' 'Of that sickly-faced baboon who used to walk home with you from church before I knew you?' he interrupted. ; 'Who do you mean?' 'Why, that Brace fellow, of course.* ' ' Why, George, he wasn't such a bad M ''Waant.hel Well, Fd like to know «t a worse one, and, there, yon were a* good Ofl encaged to him.' ' ''Ses, George, but yon-know you were. keeping_compai!V at the same time with that Helen Perkins.'' ' That Helen Perkins I Wasn't Miss Per kins one of t...