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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 1 November 1905
GEORGE W. F1GGINS, - Bioyole Works, Sanger-street, Corowa. ''? MACHINES built to oriler from £10 10s to £14 10s, with 12 months' guarantee, samples of which can be seeu on the premises. All our MachineB ore carefully tested before delivery, and the finish and staying power is of the^bost. LADIES' AND GENT'S BIKES FOB HIRE. Acetylene Gas Lamps all prices. Farts of Machines kept in stock, or made to order. We repair all classes of bicycles and Guns. Enamelling done on the premises.
Condensed. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 1 November 1905
Condehsed. Tlie Shires' Bill is likely to receive a warm time in tbe Upper House. The weather is keeping exception ally cold for this time of the year. Mr. R. T. Ball, M.L.A. was in Corowa all day Saturday. Said to bs trouble in the Labour Pi'.rty over the Liquor Bill. Some of the Labor members resent Deputy-Lender Holman's attitude. Mr. Ball is trying to make some satisfactory arrangements re the Hospital pluuR. Four Chinese have been sentenced to death in Uie Transvaal for tbe murder of a fanner. AWmry Race CJub are going to give v.'ay to the Horseowner's Associa tion. Next Albury Races will probably be on tbe three per cent. basiE. Upwards oi 9iu. of rain have fallen at YambuIIa this week. News received in Albury from tbe Upper Murray states that there are indications of a big flood. Vast quantities of snow have for months past piled up in the moun tains, and recent warm rains have melted it. Philippines favor meat and butter, and for certain months of the year, vegetables, being...
A MAD LOVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 1 November 1905
A MAD LOVER. Baron Holzhausen, infatuated with a young Gaiety Theatre actress named Gertie Millar, who has been much admired in the part of ' Mis tress Moncton,' secretly broke into her boudoir at her husband's house and attempted to commit suioide. A housemaid discovered his presence, and the attempt was frustrated.
W. P. CRICK. SYDNEY, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 1 November 1905
W. P. GEICK. SYDNEY, Tuesday Night. The case against W. P. Crick was continued in the Police Court to-day. Crick conducted his own -sue. Peter Close was called, and depoaeel -that he had obtained £500 from Hugh Taylor on account of aland exchange. He gave Crick half of that' amount. He had a pcinversation with Criok 'previously, and paid him the money because he considered Crick was honestly entitled to it'.' Close was subjected to' a vigorous cross exami nation by Criok. The case was adjourned till to-morrow.
Corowa Postal Service. ARRIVALS and DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 1 November 1905
Corowa t¥Qstal Service* ARRIVALS and DEPARTURES.' SYDNEY. AHEIVALB. ft DESPATCHED. Monday ? 10.80 a.m. , 11a.m. Tuesday ? ... 10 a.in ; 10.45 p.m. 12 15 p.m., 2 p.m. Wednesday ? 1 20 p.m. ? 7.10 a in. Thursday ? 10 a.m., 10 45 p.m. 12.15 p.m., 2 p.m Friday ? 2 20 pm. 7.10 a.m. Saturday ? 10 a m.,. 9.16 p.m. 7.10 a 111. and 6,85 p.m. T.P.O.— BOOTH. Monday ? ? 11 a.m Tuesday ? 10 a.m, lla.ml2.15p.m,T.10a.m Wednesday ? ? 7.10a.m, Thursday ? 10 a.m., 10 45 p.m. 12.16 p.m. Friday ? 710 a.m. Saturday ? 9.15 p.m. 7.10 a.m. MELBOURNE Monday ... ? 2.20. 7.10 a.m.. 11 a.m, Tuesday ? 10.30 a.m, 2.20 p m. 7,10a.m., 2.80p.m. 10.45 p.m. Wednesday ? 2 20 p.m. 7.10 a m. Thursday ? 10 a.m. 2.20 p m 10.45 p.m. 7.10 a.m , 2 80 p.m. Friday ? 2.20. 7.10 a.m. Saturday ? 10 a.m, 2.20p.m. 9.16 p.m. 7.10 am, 2.30p.m. X.P.O.— VICTORIA.— 2 20 daily. Same as Melbonrne. Sundaye Excoptel \ ALBUEY. Monday ? 10.30 a.m. Ham. Tuesday ? 10.30 am. 11 a.m., 2.80 p.m. Wednesday ? 2.20 pm. 7.10 a.m. Thursday ? 10 a.m., 1...
Not for Him. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 1 November 1905
Not for Him. A few yean ago two men were oonrlrted in an Ameriuan court of juslioe for horse-steal* ing. They deserved a sontonco of ten years' imnrisnmncnt. ' but tht- indite tot tietu o9 with three yean. The worse man of tht two, supposing that the .sentence, onoe pninounoed, was past revision, addressed the court :— ''rwant juBt to say, your honour,' said he, 'that when I get' oat you' iriR be tho first man Pll obme hereto WIL' . t 'Oh,, well,' reeposded .the jndge, 'in that case I'll make it ten years. Then you won't trouble me so soon.' Havinjr said this, be turned to tho other man. . - 'Is there anythingyoa would like tosayf f\ beeiked. ° ^ ? ' 'Not me,' answered the prisoner.. -- Not a. blessed.wora !'.'.? -..-???. ' Tho .man who said ,s'*ihiafr it npv oat of; prison, while his partner is stall behind the* bars. ??? ' ?. ?'???? ?'?' '?'' ? '; ???'' Bellows: 'N6w,flf you werain myshoM,) what do you think you would dp t' Bnes*:) fmcamininK thorn):. 'Well, I certainly think) tth...
AN OBSTINATE BLOCKHEAD. COMPLETE STUDY. COPYRIGHT. CHAPTER 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 1 November 1905
IK Hi BLOCKnEiO. OOMtitMVi BTOMT. i R. E. FRANCILLON. Author of 'Jack Doyle's Daughter,' 'A Dog and His Shadow,' ' EodmoI Bind,' to., tm. oorxiuaBSk 0HAPTERL ^ aaMT w horribly annoy W^KEBSkL bachelors, Qeorge Hll I ¥t3St& needed in getting that Bill sPwSl coyest of maida, Annie MlH OaVKI of the Unicorn- *u to nuj HE^Af! himself upon tfa« Tllj RJSWlJ y^ gh, might, the Ta*fl|^^^^ could not escape hta ''**^ question thia time. He had to contrived the meeting that it should seem, to her, to come about by the merest chance. For some reason or other the prettiest girl in Westcombe appeared to make a point of avoiding the undivided company of one at whom every girl's cap, ribbons and all, was set, save hers. Of coarse George, being a man, could see but one cause for Euch otherwise unaccountable coyness — the sham defence that a girl will set up over her heart when it is won ; the desire to have it taken by assault rather than by ignominious surrender. The sex was no riddle to one w...
The Travellers' Point Reserve. IS IT TO GO ? [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 1 November 1905
The Travellers' Point Reserve. IS IT TO GO ? An important matter was brought under the notice of the Angling Club committee at their meeting. A member pointed out that there were attempts being made by private land owners to obtain the Travellers Point Eeserve. It was poiuted out that the reserve was practicully a park for the people of Corowa, and the one decent spot where tbe public could get on to the river without trespassing on private land. At present it was reserved for stock, and members pre sent were unanimously ' of opinion that prompt slops should be taken to oppose it's- passing into private hands. It'.was stated that Hie Trus tees of the Commons meditated apply ing for the roservc to bo 'attached to the commons. Of course such a procedure would meet with tho approval of the anglers, and would receive their supjiort. In that case it would be public property and the object of the protest would be achieved.
Mission at St. Mary's R.C. Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 1 November 1905
Mission at St. Mary's R.C. Church. The mission iu connection with the . E.C. Church was opened by Father Alphonsus, of the Passionist Fathers, Goulburn, on Sunday last, at 11 o clock mass. The missioner was welcomed by the Eev. Father Hickey who expressed his gratifica tion at the large attendance, and bis confident expectation of the good that would result from the visit of Father Alpbonsu's.' The services on Sunday =and the following uigh^ were:.well attended despite the ilripropitious weather.' Themission will -fee continued through the' week.
THE SCHOOLS EXCURSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 1 November 1905
THE SCHOOLS EXCUSSION. A meeting of the committee of the Schools' Excursion was held at the Secretary's office (Mr. J?alconer Fraser). when there were nresent : — The Mayor (ohair), and Messrs. Ritchie, Sammons, J. D. Eraser, Geo. Parkin, J. Ohivell, and J. P. Buggy. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. The balance sheet in connection with the excursion, showing a credit balance of £8, was adopted. : RECEIPTS, Total solo of tickets ? £73 16 6 EXPENDITUBE. Railwajrfsres ..;? ... ... 66 15 6 Advertising and printing ... 4 15 6 Petty expenses, incl. Band tickets 4 7 6 Balance ... '.' ? 8 0 0 £73 18 6 (Audited by E. L. ARCHED.) In connection with tho disposal of tbe surplus the Mayor stated that he was moving in tbe direction of ob taining & uniform for the Band. He would head the list with £5, and would suggest that they donate £2 towards tbe uniform fund. Some discussion followed re last year's deficiency which was paid by the committee. Tha amount was...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 1 November 1905
J.50UTHGATE, Wood and Water Carter, RIVER-STREET, C O R O W fl , WISHES to state that h-S can supply wood and water to order at lowest rates and at shortest notice. jTO STflNb THIS SERSON —AT— Fairland Lodge, Collendina, AND TRAVEL THE SUEBOUKDING DIS TBICT, THE ..; PURE BRED CLYDESDALE BTALLION. Morgan. His Pedigree is well-known throughout *he district. He has proved himself a sure foal-getter, and his youug stock hive turned out exceptionally good. TERMS.— £3 10s ; hall guarantee £2 10; chance. — Also — THE PCRE-BRED CLYDESDALE STALLION. Attraction. ATTRACTION, bred hy Mr. Win. Hogan, of Kyneton, is a handsome bright bav colt, foalod November, 1901, stands IGJi hands high on good foet, wili lots of nice quality bone and hair, and fine action. His SIRE,' Lord Clyde ; grandsire, Clydes dale Hero (imported from New Zealand), was one of the most successful prize-takers and prizo stock getters that ever stood in Australia. G grandsire Clydesdale Hero ; g.g grandsire Crawford's Lord Cl...