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ACCIDENT AT THE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 8 November 1905
ACCIDENT AT THE RACES. During the races at ' Fleming ton to-day, a serious accident occurred. A punt on jthe Salt Water River was crowded with people when it capsized amid wild excitement. The police succeeding in rescuing the majority, but it is feared that five people are drowned. The police are now -busy dragging the river . in search of the bodies.
THE PROMISED CITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 8 November 1905
THE PROMISED CITY. ' When is the Federal Government . going to stick that peg in tho Federal Capital site 1 When— and where 2' asked Mr. Ball of the Premier in the Lecislative. Assembly. Mr. Carruthera advised the mem ber for Corowa to read the latest correspondence between Mr. Deakin and himself, which he had just laid on the table of the bouse. ' That shows,' he said, 'that the Federal Premier's contention has undergone some change. . There will be no peg driving, because the Federal Govern ment now recognises, and has practically admitted, that the Capital Site Bill is inoperative. ' I have asked Mr. Deakin,' said the Premier, 'to let the Federal Parliament 'answer the resolutions of this Parliament. Then we shall know where we are. If they won't do this, then the time will have ar rived for N. S. Wales to take some other action.' -
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 8 November 1905
Cricket. A scratch match was played on the cricket ground on Saturday be tween the first eight versus the next best sixteen. It had been aminged to play a match between the first eleven and the next twenty-one, but the attendance of players was not strong enough. The match was an easy victory for the ' sixteen ' team, who won by 104 to 15 runs. T. Henderson put up 29 for the 'mtigs,' ami A. Baylies carried his hat out for 26. top score for the first eight. The ' Mugs ' were captained by G. Wilson, G. Morphott leading their opponents. A return match will be played off on Saturday. The scores \yere : — THE '? MUGS '—First Innings. McKini, b H. F. Bayliss ? 0 Wilson, b A. Jnclisou ? 20 B. Broadbent, b H. F. Bayliss ... 1 Stephens, c Woods, h Johnson ... 8 Webster, b A. Bayliss ? 1 Oliver, b Jackson' ? 0 Morrissey.ibH.F. Bayliss ? 2 Thomson, V Jackson. ? ... 1 Taylor, c sub., b H. F. Bayliss ... 0 Leonard, c A. Baylies, b Johnson ... 0 Nankervis, c and'b B. H. Bayliss ... 0 Stokes, not ...
Sick Babies in Summer. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 8 November 1905
Sick Babies in/ Summer. It is during the warm months of nuinmer that mothers have to be most careful of their little ones, and at the first unusual looseness of their bowels should give the little sufferer a dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Get it to-dny ; it will save troublo later ou For sale by T. Parkin, Corowa.'
CUP DAY. Melbourne, Tuesday. [BY WIRE] [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 8 November 1905
» * * CUP DAY. Melbourne, Tncgdaj*. [By wiee] The second day's racing in connection vith the V.R.C. Spring Meeting was held at Flcmington to-day. The weather was perfect. Following are the results : — CUP HURDLE6. FLORIN ? 1 Adjuster ... ... ... 2 Neglect ? 3 RAILWAY HANDICAP. BILLINGSGATE ? 1 Mairp ? 3 Decollette ... ... ... 3 NURSERY HANDICAP. PORT ARTHUR ? 1 Castaway ... ' ... ... 2 Yillah ? 3 MELBOURNE CUP. BLUE SPEC ... ~ ... 1 SCOT FREE ? 2 TARTAN ? 3 STEEPLECHASE. BOSUN ? 1 Argarah ? 2 Abdullah ... ? 3 Van yean Stakes. Paiuloch ... ... ? Newmarket ... ... ? Stepout ? ... ... 3 Juvenile Stakes. Disaster ... ... ... ? Surprise ... ... ... * Arcturus ... ... ... * ' Dead heat. Winners divided.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 8 November 1905
Lady Wallace was lucky to win the Derby on Saturday. She was badly placed coming up the straight, and but for The Infanta and Grama opening out and letting her through, the classic race of Australia, in stead of being won by the favorite, would have gone to an outsider. The first days racing in connection with the V.R.C. Spring Meeting resulted as fol lows : — Maiden Plate — Elysium 1, Paraloch 2, Ahsyke 3. Maribynong Plate-^Oriellet 1, Ebullition- 2, Port Arthur 8. Hotham Handicap— Demas 1, Panama 2, Auratc 3. Derby — Lady Wallace 1, Grama 2, The Infanta 3. Won by half-a-lcngth. Time, 2min. 40sce. Melbourne Stakes— Tartan 1, Marvel Loch 2, Gladsome S. Won by two lengths. Time, 2min. 9Jscc. Coburg Stakes— Debenture 1, Newmarket and Mani States dead beat for second place. Encourage Stakes — True Scot 1, Scramble 2, Balrami 3. s $ * ? -The N. 6. Wales trainer, 3. Burton had a very satisfactory record on Saturday, as in addition to winning tho Derby with Lady Wallace', he' annexed the ...
INTERSTATE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 8 November 1905
INTERSTATE MABEETS. Sydney, Monday. — Wheat was slightly firmer at 3s GJd to 3s 7d, some holders ask ing Jd to Id more. There were again in quiries from Queensland, -without business resulting. Cornsacks were in better de mand. 200 hales changed hands at OslOH, but the majority of holders wanted 7s. Weolpacks sold freely at 2s. 3d. to 2s. 3}d. spot. Bran bags were firm at Ss spot. Oats again advanced. Algerians sold at 2s 8d to 2s 9d ; Tasmanian, white feed 3s to 3s 3d ; New Zealand Gartons Ss 3d to 3s Gd. Prime chiokwheat realised 3s 7Jd, and pinched grain St Gjd, the high price of inaitc inducing horse-owners to buy chick wheat. Mill offals were firmer ; bran lid to lljd ; pollard firm, Is 5d, stocks very light. Chaff was likewise firm. Local wheaten sold to £4 lls 8d: prime Mel bourne mixed to £3 17s Cd, and oaten to £3 15s. Melbourne oateu hay brought £4 10s to £4 15s, luoerno to £4 lls 8d. Potatoes were quiet, but firm ; Tasmanian redskins £9 15sto£10,darkskins. £9 to £9 5s. A ...
MELBOURNE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 8 November 1905
MELBOURNE MAEKET. Wheat remains firm at 3s 7$d, at which price a fair business has been done. New wheat is steady at 3s 4Jd to 3s 4jd. Flour £7 5s to £7 16s. Bran, firm, lid. Pollard Is 2Jd to Is 3d. Market firm for oats at 2s 6$d, prime milling being 2s Gd. White oats up to 3s. Chaff supplies are heavy, with only a fair demand ; prime 70s to 72s Gd, inferior down to 40s. Potato supplies are lighter, and quotations irregular ; prime redsoil up to £9 Ss, New Zealand pinkeyes £8 158 to £9. Onions— Local silvcrskins £14 to £15 per kin ; imported supplies nearly exhausted. Cornsacks 7s to 7s ljd. Woolpncks firmer. Bran bags scarce at 5s, holders asking 5s lj-3.
Dalley Divorce Case. BROTHER AGAINST BROTHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 8 November 1905
Dalley Divorce Case. BROTHER AGAINST BROTHER. The hearing of the long-expected suit, in which William Bede Dalley is petitioning for a dissolution of his marriage with Ianthe Pauline Lam moneric Bailey, formerly Fattorini, on the ground of her adultery with j 01111 cede miiey, wno was joineu as co-respondent, was entered on, be fore Mr. Justico Walker, and a special jury of twelve, this morning. The court was crowded. It is expected the trial will last a fortnight. The issues on behalf of the peti tioner were whether the respondent, between August 31, 1903, and June 11, 1904, committed adultery with the co-respondent at Narrabeen, Pitt water, ' The Mansions,' Bayswater road, and elsewhere in and about Sydney, and at other places within the State ; whether the respondent during the months of July and Aug ust, 1900, committed adultery with the co-respondent at Cabenabbia, in Italy ; whether the co-respondent at the times and places referred to com mitted adultery with the respondent ;...
Skirmish in Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 8 November 1905
Skirmish in Parliament. A reference by Mr. Wilson (Vic), in the House of Representatives, to an article on the Home Rule debate, which appeared in a Sydney sectarian paper, was responsible for an ex change of strong language between two other members and himself. Mr. Wilson said the article, in whioh reference was made to the ' atuemic Wilson,' and the ' dirty tricks ' of the opponents of Home Rule, who were described as ' cow ards,' was apparently written by Mr. Higgins or Mr. Mahon, as it con tained the gist of a conversation that took place between himself and them, 'it shows,' declared Mr. Wilson, that there is some underground sewer from this Houee to certain centres in Sydney.*' Mi-. Higgins warmly denied all knowledge of the article, but declared that it contained accurate informa tion. Mr. Mahon also denied writ ing the article, but was prepared to accept the responsibility for every Rk&tem&nl; /»rtn/*fil*nini? Mf. Wilnnn. Mr. Mahon further reminded Mr. Wilso...
District News. CLEAR HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 8 November 1905
District News. (From our own Correspondents.) CLEAR HILLS. A meeting of the Progress Com mittee was held in the' Oaklauds' School of. Arts on Saturday last when some im]K-rtant business was trans acted. TELEPHONE LINES. The Secretary advised the Com mittee that the telephone line from Daysdale to Clear Hills was 'in course of construction. TANK ON BERBIGAN EOAD. The Secretary was instructed to write to Mr. Fitznee asking him to have the tank on the Berrigan road fenced. A request was also made that a pump and suitable troughing be erected. LOCKHAKT TO OAKLANDS RAILWAY. A very favorable report was re ceived from Mr. Hutchinson, Chief Railway Engineer, on the proposed railway line from Oaklands- to Lock hart. Mr. Hutchinson did not favor any deviation, and had had the esti mate lowered by £3000. ' On the motion of Mr, Gaffney, seconded by Mr. Kilpatrick, it was decided to send a deputation to Syd ney- to interview the Minister re railway matters. Messrs. G. McLel land and A. Trethowan...
P. A. and H. Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 8 November 1905
P. A. and H. Notes. The hot weather that set in at the beginning of the week will cause some anxiety to wheat-growers. While the heat must be exnected. the full growth of the crops render it desirable for the weather to change gradually to prevent any danger of rust. Some of the fanners are also complaining that the soil is getting a hard, baked surface. A few light showers and mild nights would be appreciated. The wool carried ou tbe New South Wales railways since the open ing of this season shows an increase of 85,000 bales, compared with last year. A orossbred ewe, -belonging to Mr. L. Robertson, of Newlands, Ashbur ton (N.Z.), gave birth to six lambs, all fully developed, and of normal size. There iz no doubt .that the lambs all belong to the one ewe, Mr. T. H. Calaby, of Mount Bar ker, (S.A.), has still got a sample of the famous wheat grown on his mother's farm over 30 years ago; The wheat was first named ' Calaby 's Glory,' but afterwards became known throughout Australia as ...
Parachute Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 8 November 1905
Parachute Accident. A shocking accident occurred at Columbia, the capital of South Caro lina, in connection with a parachute descent from a balloon. The victim was Mrs. Broadwick, a well-known performer of the risky feat. With her husband, she ascended in the balloon, the practice being for the husband to cut the rope and allow bis wife to descend with the para chute. When the balloon had at tained a height of about 250ft., Mrs. Broadwick signalled to her husband to release her. Owing to some ter rible mistake, however, she was clinging, not to the rope to, which the parachute Was attached,- f but to another rope hanging from the car. This was the .ronej the .. husband severed. ' ' ? ! Thousands of - spectators were watching the ascent, 'and they . were horrified when they 'saw Mrs. Broad wick commence a sheer descent to earth with nothing to restrain her. The people rushed to the spot at which she fell, only to find that the daring performer had been killed instantaneously.
Adulteration of Fertilisers. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 8 November 1905
Adulteration of Fertilisers. Farmers evidently have implicit and child-like confidence in the agents from whom they purchase their ma nures, for, according to a report of tbe Director of Agriculture, not one nerson has taken advantage of the protection from possible fraud af forded them by tho provisions of the Manures Adulteration Act passed last year. This indifference to their own welfare is not easy to account for. Every little detail in farm manage ment; which means the saving of perhaps only a few pounds in the year's workings, should receive stu dious attention, for it is only by economy in every direction that profitB can be showu. In all proba bility the majority of agents supply their customers with fertilisers of guaranteed strength ; but seeing this is a matter in which the unscrupu lous seller could easily take advantage of tbe buyer's ignorance, for it is safe to say that not one man in one hun dred who purchases manures could make a chemical analysis of them for himse...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 8 November 1905
W. L. Taylor * Co., (Walter L. Taylor, Geo. C. Morphett) AD6TIONEERS, ? Mtxksk and station agents, wheat buyers. Agents for The Australian Mutual Provident Society. The Ocean Accident Co. The Australian Mutual Fire Insur ance Co. The Royal Insurance Co. M'Dougall's Sheep Dip. Wischer's -& Co's Manures. Cohoe and Walster's Rabbit Poisoner. The ? Australian Mutual Fire Insur ance Association of Austral . Asia, Limited. Offices : SANGER STREET, COROWA. CHEAP MONEY. We have £26,000 Trust Honeys to lend on Broad Acres in sums to suit at 1%, 4J%, and 4i%, according to securitv. W. L. TAYLOR & CO., Corowa. MflNURE. Wischer's Superphosphate Guaranteed a very high grade manure , feeds readily' through drill, and one of the cheapest Superphosphates on the market. Manufactured in Australia. Full particulars from W. L. TAYLOR & CO., Local Age ts. Corowa Fortnightly Market. THURSDAYTNovember 9. W. L. TAYLOR & CO. Will Sell hy Auction hi their Corowa Sale Yards :— ...