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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905
LATEST TELEGRAMS. (BEOTEns.) SVDNEY, Friday night. The case against McNair and Hoskins was remanded for another month to-day. The young woman, Martha Fran ces Walker, died this morning. Three persons are iu custody in connection with this case, including Dr. Frederick Marshall, charged with having performed au illegal operation ou the deceased. Iu the Dalley divorce case the respondent was further crossex amined, especially about money matters. Iu the Crick case at the Police Court to-day, Mr. Houston pro duced all the deposit receipts and cheques in connection with Crick's accounts. Mr. Bowes, the account ant, stated he had sent iu bis report to the Judge. Crick at first took exception to the oath administered by the Commissioners as an im proper oath, aud also that he had no power under the Statute to ad minister au oath of secrecy to any body. He asked for production of the draft of the Judge's report. Mr, Pilcher objected as it was essential the report should be private for the ...
CABLES. LONDON, Thursday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905
CABLES. LONDON. Thursday night. Up to Tuesday evening there weie 800 casualties at Vladivostock. There are similar outbreaks amongst the army along the Siberian railway line. The ' Matin ' describes the army as a horde of four hundred thousand men, almost breadless and clotheless. The Emperor of Austria has sanc tioned universal suffrage in Austria and the reform of the Upper Cham ber. The Warsaw-Vienna railway men have resumed work as they are un willing to give the authorities any pretext for further excesses. Owing to the peasants revolting against the destruction of property a baud of pillagers drove a mob of cattle into a Church in the Saratoff district. The peasants, incensed at this sacrilege, lynched 42 of the band.
SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905
SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. At Homobush on Thursday about 53,000 sheep and lambs were penned. Merino wethers brought Us to 16s Od, woolly lGs to I7s 6i, crossbred wethers 12s to 16s' Gd, merino, ewes Cs to I4s 6d, woolly 18s 6d to 14s 3d, crossbred ewes 11s Cd to lCs. Lambs, of which 20,000 were penned, wore maiuly good useful suckers and - weaners, and brought about Is lower than last Thursday, the quotations ranging from Cs fid to 16a. The 1577 cattlo yarded comprised all de scriptions. As tbe supply was bejond tho demand, the market declined 10s a head on all descriptions- Bullocks sold from £i 10s to £10, cows £4 to £7. Best beef was worth 18s to 20b per 1001b.
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. The supply on Wednesday was 1630 cattle comprising 550 from New South Wales, 560 from the Northern district, 1550 from the North Eastern district , Gippsland ; and the remainder from pad docks situated nearer Melbourne. The stock was suited to trade requirements, all dualities beincr reuresented. including a full proportion of cows. Fat Cattle.— The demand was unsteady, and prices .ruled. a shade easier, which is about equal to late rates. Best pens of bul locks sold to / IO guineas, and extra to £11 105. Fat Calves.— Altogether 150 .were penned. The demand was fair, and prices ruled about equal to late rates. Best calves sold fo £6 5s. SYDNEY MARKET. Wheat, good enquiry locally. Quotations may be given at 3s 7d to 3s 8Jd. Little business in new wheat, the value being about 3s 4Jd. There was rather more en quiry for cornsacks. Sales were made at Cs lid, but holders askca 7s, Chiekwheat 3s 7d to 3s 7jd. Oats slightly easier. Alger ians 2s 7d to 2s 9d ; Ta...
Convincing Experience. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905
' CbrivinfcingExperierice. ' I was badly scalded some months ago,' writes Mrs. Kuight, storekeeper, Lutnyche (Q.), ' and alter, tryiug many remedies gave up tbe idea of their giving mo any relief. I woe' about to call iu a doctor, when I re membered . Chamberlain's Pain Balm web bichlv recommended for burns and scalds. and concluded to give it a trial. The nay it stopped tlio pain and reduced tho inflam mation and swelling in such a shoit lime was really mngical. This experience con vinced me that it iB a splendid liniment, and ever since I have been recommending it to my customers and friends.' For tale by T. Parkin, Oorowa.*
P. A. and H. Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905
P. A. and H. Notes. Eeokonea that 1,500,000 aores of Victorian lands were treated with fertilisers, cliiefly superphosphates, this year, paid that Cootainundra butter fac tories are drawing supplies from a radius o£ 200 miles. ... *, '\ The grass at 'Wyalong is so high .that in riding along the busli the feet heepme jyet in. the stirrups through . striking the grass. ? In connection with the demand for land for settlement in the Wogga . district, the Minister for Lands Mr. . Ashton 1ms under consideration a proposal to throw open, certain re serves, comprising a total area of about 60,000 acres. It is expected that the necessary preliminaries will be completed so as to enable the laud to be set apart for selection within the next six months. Representatives of the Rirerina Pastures Boards Council of Advice waited upon the Premier (Sydney) on Wednesday in reference to the rabbit question, when it was stated that stock owners were so desirous of having experiments made, with a view to...
LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905
LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. [By Wire.] MELBOURNE, Friday evening. Wheat is quiet. Milling demand easier. Buyers offering 3s 7d for prime, 3s Cd to 3s GJd fnir to good. For December deliverv shippers are offering 3s 5d, January 3s 4Jd*. London quotation. — Now wheat cabled 3s 9d. Oats quiet. Algerian, milling 2s 4d to'2a4jd, hoavyfeod 2s 3d to2s4d. Flour export demand dull at £7 5s ; baker's lots £7 10s to £7 lSs ; pptatoosfirm. Ballarat'B i Gippsland red £9 10s to £10 ; New Zealand pinkeyes £8 15s to £9; snowflakes £8 to £9, Onjons quiet,'prime-£10 to £12,
THE NOWRANIE LEASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905
THE NOWRANIE LEASE. A6 far as we can gather, the re marks made by Mr. J. Allen at the meeting on Thursday night, with reference to the Nowranio land, came rather late in the day. Mr. Gardner stated that he understood this land would he thrown open shortlv. We are informed that at the present time the surveyors are busily engaged cut ting up this particular lease. For Borne time past Mr. R. T. Ball, M.L.A., has been actively engaged in working for this desirable eud. He has been keenly supported by tbe district farmers. - The result is that the Crown has decided to throw open 14,000 acres out of the 16,000, with holding 2000 acres for a forest reserve — a wise provision. The land will be thrown open iu G40-acre blocks. While on this subject it might be pointed out that this is not the only service of a similar nature that has been rendered by Mr. Ball. Owing to his persistent representations, several other leases, we understand, have been revoked, and it is probable, therefore, other...
UNLOCK THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905
UNLOCK THE LAND. The meeting in ponnectiou with closer settlement at the School of Arts on Thursday night was well at tended. There were about 400 people present. The Mayor (Aid. T. Parkin) presided, and there waB. also present on the staee a represen tative' body of f aimers/ ainpng , whom wo noticed Messrs O'Meara, .Byrnes', Gorman, Gleeson, Wliitty, .Clinton, Salmon, Cedlang, P. Nixon, N&gle, R, Brown, Anderson, D. Nixon, J. Shaw, and M'. O'Connell. Messrs. R. F. Gardner and P. A. Currie were also on the platform. The Chairman opened the proceed ings by . roading the advertisement calling the meeting. He was pleased to see such a large and representa tive gathering on such an important occasion. He stated that anyone wishing to speak to the motion would be at liberty to do so, but he could not allow anyone to introduce per sonalities. Those on the stage re presented men who wished to go on the land. He read apologies from Mr. A..A. Piggin, and the proprietor of . the Yarr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905
Hudson Hectical Hall. [ESTABLISHED 83 YEARS.] OR /-|| I ICC DISPENSING R. B. GILLIES, CHEftlST, 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 6d Bottle. OBTAINABLE AT ALL HOTELS, AND WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS. BREWED BY THE flLBURY BREWING * /V.LTING COnFflNY, LTD.
Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905
Sporting Notes. The postponed meeting of tho Wangnratta Turf Club takes place to-day. ? * ? Old Gold, who ran third in tbe Publican's Purse at tbe recent Corowa L.V. Races, managed to annex the High Weight Han dicap at tbe Murrumbidgoe races bold at Wagga on Wednesday. Old Gold 6tartod at the remunerative price of 10 to 1 against. ? * * At tbe Beechworth races on Monday, Fairy Locks, who was so successful at the Corowa L.V. Races, won a double— the Trial Handicap and Birthday Handicap. At the same meeting, Evelyn won the Boyal Handicap, and Victoria Regina tho Spring Handicap. ? ? ? Of the 45 Mi'lbouruo Cups run to date, only 10 have been won by the favorite. Maniopoto was offered at auction on Tuesday last, and passed in at 1500 guineas, the reserve on him being 2000 guineas. Tbe New Zcalandcr will iu future be a stable mate of Marvel Loch, under the care of T. F. Scully. ? ? ? A cricket match was played at Albury on Wednesday between a team of Indies and a team designated tbe Old ...
With the Kelly Gang. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 22 November 1905
With the Kelly Gang. A man, who gives his name as James Skillion, and who claims to have been connected with the Kelly gang in Victoria, 27 years ago, gave some of his experiences at a meeting of the Lithgow branch of the Sal vation Army, a few nights ago. He stated that his brother, William Skilliou, had married Maggie Kelly, the eldest sister of Ned, and also that lie (James Skillion) had in many ways proved useful to the gang. He said that the beginning of the Eelly gang came when certain mounted constables went to Mrs. Eelly's to arrest her sou Dan, who was away at the time, on a charge of horse stealing. The constable, said Skillion, attempted familiarity with Kate Kelly, but Mrs. Kelly, William Skillion, and n man named William son, handled the policeman very roughly. On the day following, several constables from Benalla arrested Mrs. Kelly, William Skillion, and Williamson on a charge of assaulting the constable ; two men got six years, uud Mrs. Kelly got three years. Ned and...
SPRINGHURST. By a Contributor. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 22 November 1905
SPRINGHURST. By a Contributor. Owing to the bad arrangement of. the time-table on the Victorian rail ways, travellers from Albury by the 7.30 Express (those desirous of com ing to Corowa, via W&hgunyah) are comnellsd to stav at Snrinehurst over four hours. The writer found himself so situated on Saturday last, and being of an inquisitive turn of mind he made some ' inquiries ' as to the surroundings of the ' city ' of Spring hurst, and reports finding the cus tomary hotel, blacksmith's shop, and store, and a few well-built houses, and last, but not least, a fine butter factory. The building is solid and substantial, and your correspondent ventured to make friends with tho manager and secretary, Mr. A. C. Wilmshurst. I found him a busy, verymuch alive man, and as he worked and talked 60 I ' noted.' Springburst is conveniently situ ated for a butter-making concern. Tapping the North-Eastern District of Victoria, and with its own imme diate farmers, this factory now turns out n...
BALLDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 22 November 1905
BALLDALE. A committee meeting of the Ball dale Farmers and Settlers' Associ ation was held on Wednesday last, there being present : Messrs. D. J. Doyle (Chair), T. Wilson, B. Howard, T TCninlif. n.nd T\ PTmvnr/1 The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. The balance sheet submitted by the secretary showed the income to be £64 16s 2d, expenses £56 Is Cd, leaving a credit balance of £8 14s 8d. Moved by Mr. T. Howard, se conded by Mr. B. Howard, that this meeting place on record its appreci ation of the painstaking and obliging manner in which the worthy secre tary (Mr. J. Enight) had peformed his duties during the past season. — Carried unanimously. The meeting closed with the usual vote of thanks to the Chairman, Mr. D. Doyle.
DAYSDALE. THE WEATHER [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 22 November 1905
DAYSDALE. THE WEATHER We are experiencing warm weather just at present, and flies and dust are becoming much in evidence. If we wanted anything else to remind us that summer is here, we need ouly turn to the farmer, who is hustling round getting bis machinery ready for harvesting operations. In fact, in some cases, reaping has already commenced. The crops throughout are not a very even lot, and the yield will be rather disappointing owing to the excessive winter .rains. Perhaps the price will be a little better than last year, and so help to balance things. CLOSER SETTLEMENT. Those who attended from here are highly gratified with the very suc cessful closer settlement meeting held in Cor v n on Thursday last, and fully reported in your columns. There are a number in this district in a position, and anxious to take up land in Biverina. We hope that be fore very long a definite offer of Coreen will be made to the Govern ment for closer settlement purposes. CRICKET. A meeting of gentle...
The Match is Off. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 22 November 1905
Tlic Match is «Jir. 'At last!' The young man heaved an Intense elgb ot relief as he heard her well-known foot step descending the stairs. For more than an hour he had sot by the drawing-room winduw waiting for her to dress. Hta only amusement had been In watching the two bicycles lined up against the kerbstone in front of the bouse. She had promised to take en early epln with him. and as be poled the beautiful autumn morning fleeting away, he began to chafe Impatiently, and el most regret tbat he had not gone alone. ?' I lold you I would only be a fo.v minutes,' she said, with on Innocent laugh, that showed she was perfectly obllvloue of ihc Sight of time, «s she bounded Into tli» room and ran her hand carelessly over tin rosntel in search of a hairpin to fasten her E'.ove. ' Why, my dear, you've been over nn hour,' he replied with a trace of resent ment In his tone. ' Pahaw !' she laughed, ' you ought to know by this lime %vhat a woman means by a few minutes.' 'No doubt, r should,'...