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FATAL EXPLOSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 November 1905
FATAL EXPLOSION. A disastrous explosion occurred to-day at theJWalhalla Extended Mine. Thomas Rutter, working on the North Block, was putting a charge of dynamite into the reef, when it suddenly exploded. Rutter was frightfully injured. His bowels were protruding through the ab domen. The legs were broken and the whole body terribly mutilated.
BLACK TREACHERY COPYRIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 November 1905
SLACK TREACHERY, BT JOHN K. LEYS, »rtl(.r of ?? The Lindsays,' 'In the TV ' A Mulion of Money,' ' Tho Broken' ^tter,' 'Tho Tbrnnb-Print,' 4c. to. ?OITSUBT. ^^HERE was a B persisten t 1_^ nimoar in '^ the parish Ibat after an absence of halt a lifetime Sir Gaspard HaTke,o( Bourne Abbey, was about to return borne and lake up his II residence at the 'I Ahbey. At length (lie rumour tu justified by tbe event. This tiplfllirtnur nnri Jbal baJ seen him. Sir Gasuwd had come It mt.s nnly sis months or so since I had ?oino tu live at l.owford (xrange, a small a'ni-i: a'un»t live miles from BournB Abbev, io ih.it 1 In J never seen (he baronet. How jvii-, 1 Lapu.acd to Le at Bilcbesta, our ry:!::-t loan, oue dav m cAmiiauT with my -.-.ml Tamp'ty of Ford Hall, and Tampley ntn-Ju«i} me to him in due form. The bavouct vita a big, strofij-loofciiig Dm of obout fifty — at near as I could nlsc. He «as stout, yet far from un -itldy. I could not say to myself that I JVeJ his t3.ee, though 1 hud been ho...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. (REUTERS.) IMMIGRATION RESTRICTION. MELBOURNE, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 November 1905
LATEST TELEGRAMS. (Reuters.) IMMIGRATION RESTRICTION. AIELBOUENE, Friday evening. In tbe Federal House of Represen tatives to-day, tbe Prime Minister (Mr. Deakin) introduced an amend ing bill on the Immigration Restric tion Act. Under tbe bill all police constables are made officers under tbe Act. All agents are made equally liable with the steamship owners. Merchants, tourists, and visitors are permitted to enter, and travel through the country under tbe passport system. Other natives are prevented from emigrating to any Australian port under contract. Under tbe Immigration Act provision is made that immigrants under con tract can only enter tbe Common wealth when the contract is approved of by the Minister.' It is now provided that such approval is given if the contract is not made; with j» yiew -to affecting industrial disputes. Also for an employer unable to obtain within the Commonwealth employees of equal skill, providing that the same remuneration and terms are given as appli...
SHOOTING SENSATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 November 1905
SHOOTING SENSATION. . Grant Hervey, who was arrested last night for firing a revolver at Walter Baker, the well-known actor in Bland Holt's Coy., was charged at the Police Court this morning with shooting with intent to murder, and remanded till Thursday. Bail was allowed in two sureties of ;£ioo each. (Grant Hervey is a well-known journalist. On Thursday night. Walter Baker left the thretre about 11 o'clock. He saw his wife walking with Her-, vey. He waited for them, and when they came up struck Hervey on the face with his fist. Hervey drew a revolver and fired at Baker, but missed. Detective Howard, who witnessed the afiray, promptly arrested Hervey.)
INTERSTATE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 November 1905
Interstate markets. ..Sydney, Thursday.— 5,000 bags of prime wheat sold at 3s 7 jd, and several hundred medium at 3s 6Jd to 3s 7d, some holders asking 3s 8d. Millers axe buying new wheat in small lots due for January delivery at 3s 4$d. Flour was steady at £7 15s to £8 5s. Bran bags were 6nn at 5s id spot. For January de livery bags are quoted at 4s 5-i to 4s fid. 100 bales of woolpacks sold at 2S 4d, holders asking 2s sd at the close of the day. 50 bales of cornsacks brought 7s, but buyers generally are not prepared to go beyond 6s nd. Business in produce was fairly brisk, with all grain and for age Hues extremely firm. The demand for chickwheat was very keen, and 3s 8d was bid for prime feed. Algerian oats sold well at 2s 8d to 3s iod, while prime Tasmaniau feed brought 3s id to 3s 2d, New Zealand selling to 3s 6d. Bran was iu strong demand at is, and pollard at is 6d. Sales of pollard for Queensland were made at is 6d f.o.b. Choice chaff was scarce. Wheaten was worth £4 IOs, Melb...
WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 November 1905
WOOL SALES. Sydney Thursday. — At the wool sales 7,140 bales were catalogued, and 0,906 Bold. Values generally were very firm. Fine spinning wool had special attention at ex tremo rates, Mediumgradoamaintainedtheii improved position, but short, very hurry mixed, were still comparatively neglected. In ecoured^the keenest demand 'centred in fine clothing sort*. The top prioe for greasy was ltjd, aud for scoured 2S}d.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 November 1905
Hudson Medical Hall. [ESTABLISHED 33 YEARS.] RIO /ill I ICC DISPENSING . D. GILLIES, ctiErusT, -«*KX)RC)WA/-*sl- Phosphorus, Strychnine, and Carbon Bisulph at ? LOWEST PRICES. ? IS* SOLE PROPRIETOR OF DR. LOUGHRY'S LIVER MIXTURE AND ALL HUDSON'S WELL-KNOWN REMEDIES. TflBLE - BEER, Per (5d. Bottle. OBTAINABLE AT ALL HOTELS, AND WJNE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS. BREWED BY THE TILBURY BREWING * HflLTINQ COMFflNY, LTb. THE STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS, COROWA. and NEWS AGENCY, j. w.Taylor, BASKETWARE, For— TOYS, NICK NACS, ORNAMENTS, Prize Books, Papetries, Periodicals, Writing Blocks, Magazines, Envelopes, Daily & Weekly Papers, Fancy & Plain Note Papers. Fornitore : Cash or Time Payment at Melbourne prices. OEDEES BY LETTER OE OTHEEWISE PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. THE WOOLPACK HOTEL, SHANNONVALE. J. LORD, ^Proprietor. THE BEST OF BEERS, WINES AND SPIRITS OXLY KEPT. . Good Stable Accommodation, first-class paddock, and plenty of ted aud water. TERMS MODEBATB. ... _' _ THE PHARMACY, NEXT ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 November 1905
I beg to inform -you that I have made a careful inspection of the country between Lockhart aud Clear Hills, via Urana, to see if a cheaper route could be obtained than the one surveyed, or if the estimated cost of the surveyed route could be reduced. The lino as now located traverses the shortest and easiest route between Lock hart aud Clear Hills, via Uraua, mid I do not think anv material improvement can be made in the location. It would in several places bo possible to alter the line from the black clav flats to sound red soil formation, but the line would be increased in length aud no saving effected iu the first cost. The line from Lockhart and Clear Hills has been designed on what is known as the cheap pioneer principle, that is to say the formation follows closely to the natural surface, the banks being from one foot to one foot six inches high to permit of drainage Earth ballast is allowed for throughout, except at bridge ends audstation yards, when atone or gravel ballast i...
MELBOURNE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 November 1905
MELBOURNE MARKET. A fair business has been done in wheat at Ss 7Jd, small lots to 3s 7}d. New wheat January delivery quoted at 3s 4Jd. London market is weaker. Flour £7 10s to £7 16s. Bran advanced to Is. Pollard, good de mand at Is 3}d to Is 4d. Algerian oats are firm, prime milling 2s Gd, heavy feed 2s Sd. Chaff supplies are heavy. Prime is worth 67s 6d to 70s, prime green 72s 6d, inferior 45s. Potatoes ; supplies moderate. Prime £9 5s, snowflakes £8 10s to £8 ISs. Onions Local silverekins £10 to £13. Considerable business in comsacks at 7s, bran bags are firm at 5s to Ss lid.
Daily Train Service. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 November 1905
Daily Train Service. At the ineetiug of the Corowa Borough Council on Tuesday night, Alderman Shortt drew attention to tho present unsatisfactory slate of the railway service at Corowa. Ho nointed out the necessity of getting a daily; service. ' An effort should be made to again bring tho matter before the Commissioners with a view to action. It was a very serious matter to the town of Corowa, as, if some thing was not done, it would mean that the town would go back and be gradually in the position of a little side town instead of an important centre. Ho moved that the By-laws Committee take steps to obtain sta tistics of .the increased traffic and general improvement at tbe railway station. ' Aid. Gardner seoonded the motion. They could not make an effort at a better time, now that the busy grain season was coming. Aid. Thompson 6trongly supported the proposal. He knew from per sonal experience that the traffic had increased so much that the employees could barely cope with it betw...
PROPOSED RAILWAY FROM LOCKHART TO BOREE CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 November 1905
PROPOSED RAILWAY FROM LOCK HART TO BOREE CREEK. I beg to inform you that I went over the route of the above proposed line on the 19th instant, accompanied by Mr. Ash ton, hon. secretary, Mr. Scott, aud other members of the Boreo Creek farmers' union. Tho hue, after orossine BrookonE Creek at the Lock hart terminus, would turn almost at right angles to tbe existing lino and follow gener ally a north-westerly direction to the village reserve at Boree Creek. All the laud from Lockhart to Boroe Creek is of good quality, aud suitable for wheat growing and inked fanning. There are several Email holdings along the route, but a good deal of the land belongs to Brookong station and is cultivated on the share system. I drovo out about five miles beyond Boreo Creek where the land is chiefly taken up in homestead selections, and where the wheat crops looked in excellent condition ; in fact, all the way from Lockhart there is cultiva tion, and at tho time of rny visit the crops looked very well....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 November 1905
J. SOUTHGATE, Wood and Wat«r Carter, R1VER-STREET, C OR O W fl, WISHES to state that he can supply 'wood and water to order at oweBt riftes and at shortest notice. tO ? STflNb THIS SEASON — AT- Fairland Lodge, Collendina, ANIMUlX-T3L THE SPBEODNDING DIS ... ,,:?'-' ^-iRicTj.rrHE . . ??*??? PUEE BRED. CLYDESDALE STALLION. Morgan. ? His Pedigree is well-known throughout the district. He has proved himself a sure foal-getter, and his young stock have turned out exceptionally good. TEEMS.-43 10s ; half guarantee £2 10s chance. — ALSO — THE PTJRE-BBED CLYDESDALE STALLION. Attraction. ATTRACTION, bred by Mr. Wm. Hogan, of Kynoton, is a handsome bright bav colt, foaled November, 1901, stands ie| hands high on good feet, with lots o! nie% quality bone and hair, and fine action. His SIBB, Lord Clyde ; grandsire, Clydes dale Hero (imported from New Zealand), was one of the most successful prize-takers and prize stock getters that ever stood in Australia. G grandsire Clydesdale Hero ; g g gran...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 November 1905
Shocking Accident. YOUSG JIAN FATALLY INJURED. The many friends of Mr. James Goodwin, of Wodonga, for many years a resident of Corowa, will re gret to learn of the death of his son, James Patrick Goodwin, who died in tho Corowa Hospital on Thursday evening, at about 9 o'clock. The deceased was only a young man, aged 26, and was well-known in the district, being a native of Corowa, and a resident for many years. He was recently, employed by Messrs. .T. T. Morris & Sons at the shearing, and only finished work on Tuesday. On Wednesday afternoon he was sharp ening an axe, as he intended to com pete in a wood-cliO])j)iug contest at Chiltem on Thursday. The grind stone which he was using was worked by a belting from the engine. Having finished, he released tho belting in which, in some manner, he became entangled, and thrown on to the shaft of the engine. His arm was frightfully injured, the hand be ing torn off. He was also badly hurt about the body and head. Tho sufferer was imm...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905
Hudson Hedical Hall. [ESTABLISHED 88 YEAES.] ID R /2|l I ICC DISPENSING R. D. GILLIES, CHE/MST, Phosphorus, Strychnine, and Carbon Bisulph at ? LOWEST PRICES. ? *S- SOLE PROPRIETOR OP, DR. LOtJGHRY'S LIVER MIXTURE AND ALL HUDSON'S WELL-KNOWN REMEDIES. TflBLE - BEER, Per 6d Bottle. OBTAINABLE AT ALL HOTELS, AND WINE AND SPIRIT ; -''' .' MERCHANTS. .:;::?; Ji * ? : .; „ ? .. - .... . ...,.,.,..,, -.71' noi:«i-L.^i''-'' ? ?. ' ? , .-.' ' . ??.::.' .iio,.!(i;i j?jl!l e!i' ,J ?'?- ?'? ?' BREWED BY THE flLBURY BREWING * /ViLTING COnPflNY. LTD. THE STATIONERY, F^IGY GOODS, COROWA. NEWS AGENCY, J. W. TAYLOR, '....- BASKETWARE, For— TOYS, NICK NACS, ORNAMENTS, Prilpe Books, Papetries, Periodicals, Writing Blocks, Magazines, Envelopes, Daily & Weekly Papers, Fancy & Plain Note Papers. Fornttore : Cash or Time Payment at Melbourne prices. OEDEHB BY LETTER OR OTHERWISE PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. THE WOOLPACK HOTEL, SHANNONVALE. J. LORD, Proprietor. the'be^t. of beers, wines and spiri...
"Anniversary Day" [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905
' Anniversary Day ' Composed in commemoration of the Corowa Methodist Sunday School Anniver sary:— 'Twas a beautiful morn and the sun shone bright,* Tho. a cool and glorious day. A day of which we should never lose sight, Our School Auniversay day. By one and all, it may rightly be termed A truly 'Bed letter day.' As surely 'twas proved, by tho workers earned, 'Tnus the Sunday School Anniversary. The service in general, was all could be desired, Tho. some may like to find fault, But c're you give utterance to words not inspired, Think it well over ; then, halt. Their banners when softly raising, Presented a bright display, To the lively music waving, Kept time with pleasaut array. Making many a heart feel lighter, sty ! As they listen to the tune. Taking them back to childhood's days, Which arc fleeting far too soon. The music and siuging were splendid — To the Conductor, great praise be due, And the voices in harmony blended, So to them give a little praise, too. The Minister says ...
Corowa Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905
Corowa Hospital. The monthly committee meeting of the above institution was held at the Secretary's office (Mr. J. D. Fraser) on Monday night, when there were present: Messrs. C. T. Brewer (Chair), King, Ogilvie, Bull, Thompson, .and Chicken, The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. The following correspondence was reoeived :??-'?' ., :Erom the Department of Public Works, approving of the plan and specification of infectious ward. Mr. Thompson moved that a vote of thanks 'he conveyed to Mr. B. T. Ball for the trouble he had gone to in the matter. Seconded by Mr. Ogilvie aud carried. At the request of the Eutherglen Hospital Sunday Committee, Mr. S. P. Gollings was appointed a life governor. From the Chief Secretary's Office, asking whether Mr. Gillies, chemist, supplied the Hospital at' wholesale or retail rates, an^, whether any discount or rebate is allowed. A further letter. asked. for copies of tho tenders re-: ??flived. . . The secretary hod sent ft' copy :...