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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 1 November 1905
Sick Baltic* iip Summer. It is luring the warm months of Bummer that mothers have to be most 'careful ol their little ones, and at the first unusual looseness of their bowels should give th» little sufferer a doge ol Chamberlaiu's Colio, Cholera and Diarrheas Remedy, Get it to-day ; it will sate trouble later on, For tale bj T. Parkin, Oorowa.' SOME .... ? ? :';: ': ' JEWELLERY FHeTS. -( IT IS A FACT That every article in my Store is thoroughly, good and reliable — just what it pretends to. be,~ -, ? \. ? ? IT IS A FACT That I carry a large and well, assorted Stock of JfiWEIiEHY suitable for presents for 'all occasions. IT IS A FACT That I have lived 1G years in COROWA and my GUARANTEE stands behind what 1 sell. H. R0SENBL00M, WflTCtinflKER flW£- JEWELLER, GENERAL IMPORTER, Sanger * street, Sorowa. 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 ...
Colliery Disaster. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 1 November 1905
Colliery Disaster. Stanford Mertbyr, one of the finest collieries in Australia, has met with sudden destruction. On Saturday 400 men were at work. Now the scene is one of desolation, with great black volume of smoko rolling sky ward from tho shafts. There has been considerable loss of life, and the death-roll so far reaches five killed and eight wounded. Before daylight a thin line of smoke was discerned issuing from tho principal tunnels- Miners, resi dents, and others on hearing the alarming news hurried to the mine with the object of assisting to subdue the flames which were roaring below It was while they were trying to seal the tunnels that the worst feature of the disaster occurred. A number of men wore in No. 2 tunnel making strenuous efforts to erect an air-tight barrier, when suddenly a terrifio ex plosion occurred. It blew the un fortunate men who were in the tunnel to atoms. Those who were outside wore either killed or severely injured by great blocks of debris, which wor...
The Angling Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 1 November 1905
The Angling Club. A meeting of the committee' of the Angling Club was held in the School ? of Arts oh Monday night, when there were uresent ; — Messrs, Brewer (ohair), Geo.' Parkin, Ohivell, W. Par kin, Ritchie, E. Parkin, Sammons, Arthur Parkin, F. P&stall, and the Secretary^ Mr. J. P. Taylor. It was decided that the annual meeting will be held at 7.30 on the 22nd November. A smoke social will follow, tickets being fixed at 1/6. During the evening a competi tion will be held for a trophy presented by the President (Mr. C. I; Brewer), tor th& best '.fishing. Btory to be told by the1 competitor.. It was decided that the Secretary interview Messrs. F. C. Piggin, Pos tall, Wyburd, and Grimmond, and that the Board be asked to appoint those gentlemen Inspectors. In connection with the placing of an oil launoh at Oorowa. the secre tary reported that Mr. F. C. Piggin had seen Mr. B. T. Ball in the mat ter, and that gentleman had received a letter from the Board stating the ...
Correspondence. (TO THE EDITOR.) HOSPITAL BENEFIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 1 November 1905
Correspondence. (to the editor.) HOSPITAL BENEFIT. SlE,, — In, your report of the Euchre, Party, you state that I do nated the fat lamb. It was Mr. Calib Lewis who gave it, not myself. Kindly correct. , Yours, &c, T. PARKIN. [We regret, the above mistake, and also that through an omission, credit wat not given to Mr. ? Bamnions for the free use of the Hall.— ED. C. C] .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 1 November 1905
Hudson Hedical Mall. [ESTABLISHED .33, lEASS.]. .' D D Til I I EC bISPENSING R. B. GILLIES, criemsT, RJbosphorus, Strychnine, and Carbon Bisulph at :n — LOWEST PRICES. — «3-' SOLE .PROPRIETOR OP DR. LOUGlfitY'S LIVER MIXTURE' AND ALL : HUDSON'S WELL-KNOWN. REMEDIES. ? TflBLE - BEER, Per 6d. Bottle. OBTAINABLE AT ALL HOTELS, AND WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS. ;lBREWED BY THE flLBURY BREWING * HflLTING COHPflNT, LTb.
The Schools Excursions. TRIP TO BEECHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 1 November 1905
The Schools Excursions. TRIP TO BEECHWORTH. About five hundred and twenty residents of the town and district left Corowa on Friday morning for Beech worth, returning about 8 p.m. The visitors had a splendid trip and were loud in their ?praises of the hospitality shown by the good people of Beech worth. Such interchange of visits tend to largely cement a feeling of mutual goodwill between the residents of the different towns. The Corowa people express their determination to repay the kindness received when the residents of tho highlands come again into our town. To the schoolchildren the day was full of interest, and the many new sights brought under their notice must have a benoficial effect in broadening their minds and grasp of the country's condition, Every thing in connection with the trip was carried through without any hitch, thanks to the painstaking efforts of Mr. Falconer Fraser, who brought, as hon. secretary an energetic and cap able business knowledge into the management...
HOSPITAL BALL AT OAKLANDS [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 1 November 1905
HOSPITAL BALL AT OAKLANDS The announced ball for the Tirana Cottage Hospital was held at 'Oak- lands on Friday evening last. ? There ?were over 50 couples present. The School of Arts floor, where the ball was held, is specially suited for danc ing, and this, -with the' bunting bountifully displayed throughout the building, combined with splendid ventilation, gave more-than an Ordin ary ' evening's pleasure to those assembled. The proceeds token amounted to £12 10s, thus with', the £ for £ subsidy allowed by the Go vernment the Hospital will benefit to the extent of £25. Everyone worked to make this ball a success, the re freshments at midnight 'being 'sup plied by the ladies.present, whilst the music was provided by Mesdamss Patey and Walker, and Messrs. Eilpatrick, D. Lane, H. Gsborne and Trethottan, Mr. W. A. 'Martin being M.O. Beside benefiting the Tirana Hospital, it is such .gatherings as these that bring together the people of the district, and in this way friendly relations a...
DAYSDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 1 November 1905
DAYSDALE. ' A meeting of the Farmers' and Settlers' Association was held in the Mechanics Institute, Days dale, on Saturday evening 16th. inst. When the following resolutions ?were easaed : — Tbe minutes of meeting held on September 16th, were read and con ^firtrfed op. the motion of Mr. Gooetray, 'seconded by .Mr, Doyle. The inwajd- correspondence con sisting of letter, constitutionandrules, from the 'general secretary 'Sydney, was received on the motion of Mr. - Goostray, seoonded by Mr' O'Meara. There1 was no outward' obffimpon* _dence. — ''?'??; ? Mr. Doyle mBVefli and Mr. Crooe* tray secohdea.1 ? IPhat Mr. B. T. Ball M.L:&7, be' ?written to, requesting that in future whenever any public money is mode available for expenditure in this' district, 'that this' branch be notified of same, as this branch wishes to prevent any private in dividual obtaining publio money, detrimental to public interest. Carried. '? Mr. Goostray moved, and Mr. Doyle seconded, that Mil R. T. Ball,...
BALLDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 1 November 1905
BALLDALE. From good authority it comes that the average returns for the wool ollp,' so far, are nearly a record for the district. We ore glad to learn that'M&a Lily Jones, daughter of our esteemed railway station mistress is now' out of immediate danger. Miss Jonos has been under the care'; of Drs. Walchand Lang. ? *' Mr.-T. Wilson, of Chester Hills, had the misfortune to lose a valuable draught mare and foal, for which he recently refused 40 guineas. ' A very heavy hailstorm passed over the township on Saturday last, but no serious damage was'done. Very-heavy showers fell, all to-day Monday). ? '. : ? ?' Here are two Amerioan reoipes for making soldering fluids without using muriatio acid : For tin, dissolve ioa. of common resin in i pint of amyl acetate. For brass, equal parts of alcohol and glycerine with as much sal-ammoniac as the compound will take up. This is used the same as the other soldering fluids.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 1 November 1905
During the evening an exquisitely executed monagram quilt was dis posed of, the proceeds being in aid of the Mutual Improvement Society. It was disposed of by a novel method, viz., a guessing competition, whioh proved very exciting. A large pump kin was cut open and the competitors had to gueBS the number of seeds it contained. The result proved that four competitors tied, and they then decided to. draw for the final result, when Mr. Bobert Beid, of Oaklands, was the lucky .winner. The quilt was the work of the Misses A. and M. Millthorpe, and these young ladies deserve the greatest praise for their . excellent workmanship Mr.. Trethowan, on. behalf : of the committee of the. Orana Hospital, thanked those who kindly contri buted .the music, catering, etc. Dancing was continued till day light. '
P. A. and H. Notes. THE BURBURGATE ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 1 November 1905
P. A. and H. Notes. THE BTJBBURGATE ESTATE. The Gunnedab. correspondent at the 'Evening News,' writes : — 'Burburgate Estate his all been sold but eleven blocks, and most of these are now being treated for. It is regarded as 'the most successful sale yet held in the State, and never was such a concourse of people Been here before, except at showtime. Visitors from all the States, and from all parts of K. S. Wales were present.' The success of this sole contrasts in a marled manner with the dull sale of Myall Greek farms, of which a. number are still on the Government's hands, and it has been found necessary to send to England for pos sible buyers. The Burburgate Estate was one of those submitted to the Government for resump tion for closer settlement, but it was not accepted. The great success attained by the private sub-division over the Government sale argues some misjudgement in dealing with the latter, audit is a proof of the excellence of the Namoi district us a field for small...
St. John's Church of England. VISIT OF THE BISHOP OF RIVERINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 1 November 1905
St. John's Church of , England. , ?? VISIT OF THE BISHOP OP. ,. ..' _, BIVEBINA. ' ikis Lottiship, the Bishop of Bivet 'ina, Dr. Anderson, arrived in Gorowa on Sunday afternoon,. r*n-^ conducted the evening service at St. John's. ' Inhere was a 'very. . pmck larger ooh 'gregation present than usual. D,ur ' ing ihe offertroy, Mr. .: H. ,Tay lor rendered . . the beautiful solo ,... fearer, my God, to Thee,' His Lordehip took as his text the 4th chap-. '. for, 10th verse, 1st Epistle of John — ' Herein is love, not. that . we loved . God, but that he loved, us, and sent ;- £is J3on to be the propitiation for our .'. s'ins,'..and'.delive'red a masterly, and ' effeotive sermon, in the course of , which he demonstrated , the great ' proof Jesus Christ's mission was of Vtjjeaove of (Sod. What had the philosophies of the world to say 'about the love of God? When life , was all bright and beautiful, And for , tune smiled ; when they had health and strength and prosperity, they could see in a...
Test for a Weak Mind [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 4 November 1905
Test for a Weak Mind . Tvro men in a cafe were discusi'ii^ a cift by a noted millionaire of a birjjc 'sum ol money to found a college chair of psy. cholocv. 'What ia psychology?' asked one. 'It's the study of (he mind, of (he soul,' *aid tho other. 'What's the good of that?' asked (be sceptic. '?A great deal of jisc,' answered bis companion. 'I have studied it to some extent myself, and can detect a weak minded man from a strong minded one by a very simple test. For instance, if I can make you cay 'fomteen' against you; will you lack'will-power. Will you let at try it on you?' 'Moke, mo *ay 'fourteen' against my willT You can't do it. Fire away!' And this is tbe way tbe test worked : A. : ' How much are six and four?' B. : 'Ten.' A.! 'How much are «ijj-*'»nd three t' B. : 'Eleven.' A. : 'How much are nib -id set en I' B. : ' Sixteen.' A; (triumphantly): 'Aha: Tiere, jon said it. I knew you would.' . I), (indignantly) : ' Said what? A.: 'Sixteen.'' . B. ; 'But 'fourteen* was the Card...