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BALLDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905
BALLDALB. The annual public meeting of the Balldale Grain Shed Committee was held on Saturday, when the business was to receive reports, elect a fresh committee, and renew the lease of the crain shed. On the motion of Messrs J. D. Doyle and E. Knight, Mr. T. Wilson waB voted to the chair. The Chairman briefly explained the workine of the Grain Shed, and heartily thanked the ? late ohairman, Mr. J. D. Doyle, and the secretary, Mr. J. Knight for the suoceBsful manner in which they had carried out the management, together with the committee. Messrs Doyle and Knight thanked the meeting for their appreciation of tho services rendered. It was moved by Mr. T. Wilson, and seoondod by Mr. C. Dram, that Mr. F. Howard act as Secretary pro. tern., and carried. ' The Secretary then read the report and balance-sheet for the 12 months, whioh showed a good oredit balance. It was proposed by Messrs M. Wilson and B. Howard, thai tu honorarium to the amount of £5 be voted to the late Secretary, Mr. J....
DAYSDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905
DAYSDALE. The heat was terrific to-day (Sun day), and, with a hot wind from the west, was somewhat reminiscent of the 'dog days' last year. This evening is overcast, and it feels like rain. Hay-making commenced in the district last week, and the reapers are busy on all sides throwing out the sheaves. Some of the crops are very well grown and even, but others, I am sorry to say, are patchy and dirt}' with oats. Farmers will have to go in more evtensively for fallow ing, and so clean their paddocks. The Mechanics' Institute commit tee met last Wednesday, and several matters of importance were gone into, viz., painting and lining the hall, building additional rooms, etc., but were postponed for future con sideration. Amongst the correspond ence was a letter from Messrs. Birge and Co., Melbourne, re an alleged agreement by the committee to pur chase a pianola that has been in the hall since the bazaar. The secretary was instructed to inform Messrs. Birge that the pianola was shown in th...
ALBUBY. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905
ALBUBY. The Racing Club committee hod a long and uselesB meeting the other night, A couple of hours were spent in fruitless discussion. The question seemed to be to try and settle what was to be the issue for the coming election. It seems to me the mem bers are the ones to fix the issue. It will take a lot of explaining on the part of some of the old committee to show where they are. That there has been a ' backdown ' is undeni able, and backdowns don't appeal much to the average racing man. I should say the issue is — Who is going to run the Club ? The committee or a section of those interested. The Committee of the Albury Musical and Literary Festival have receiven several communications from different Debating Societies, with reference to the coming compe titions. A pnze of £10 to the win ning team will be given. It is probable that a strong team will come up from Paddington (Sydney). It is to be hoped Corowa will be able to send along a team of three. I hear you have Bome debati...
Strange Loss of Memory. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905
Strange Loss of Memory. W. S. Smith, an old worker for the Amerioan Federation of -Labor was living in California when his mind suddenly became a blank. He travelled across the Pacific to Aus tralia, and got inland as far as £ful gong before his memory returned. The space between is an absolute blank. Last week Mr. Smith at tended a meeting of the Labor Council in Sydney, and narrated his experience. The Council are inter viewing the Amerioan Consul to . try and get him a passage back to America.
Murray River Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905
Murray River Rifle Club. The last shooting of tho season took place on Saturday, the ovent being the final stage of the ' Parkin.' Following is the final result :— Junior Division. 300 400 500 T'tl *'' Agg. A. Ritchie 29 81 31 91 60 171 Leslie 26 29 80 85 71 1S6 Roach 29 27 25 81 87 168 Trecey 18 23 19 65 55 120 Senior Division. 300 600 600 T,(1 1st . yd. yd* yds T ° Stg.^ J.S.Cuy 28 32 S3 93 91 184 W. Cary 21 29 82 82 64 1G6 R. Young 26 26 27 79 87 166 : BESULT. Rifle Hep. T'tl Ritchie, (Gold Medal)... 171 80 *201 Capt. Cary, (2nd prize) 184 scr. 184 Leslie, 8rd prize) ... 156 25 181 Roach, (4th prixe) ... 166 10 178 ? Limit 186. The '' Whittakem ' (Juniors). 300 400 500 „.., yds yds yds A. 0. Leslie 26 33 32 91 E. Roach 29 27 25 81 W. Squires 18 23 17 58 E. H. Bent 14 16 8 88 Result.— A. C. Leslie— First prizo, .803 Rifle, : other prizes in ammunition.
Cricket. MULWALA v. TARRAMIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905
Cricket. MULWALA v. TAEEAMIA. A match was played on Saturday on the Tarramia wicket between the above teams, resulting in a win for the local team. St. John was in good form with the leather, securing 6 wickets for 34 runs. During the afternoon, the teams and visitors were entertained at afternoon tea by Mesdames Durban, McKellar and Clelland, and one and all were very pleased with the outing. Following are the scores : — MulwalA. J. Hanrahan, bBrico ... ... 2 Lanlor, b St. John... ... ... 3 T. Green, b Brice ... ... ... 0 W. Jlaher, b St. John ? 8 Colley, b St. John ? 8 S. Buckridge, c Seberry, b St Johii ... 18 T. Sehuldt, b St. John ? 0 F. Brown, b St. John ... ... 5 Johnson, b H. Whitty ? 26 Summers, b H. Whitty ? 1 W. Jones, not out ... ... 0 Sundries ... ... 9 Total ? 86 Bowling Analysis.— St. John, 6 for 84 ; Bricc, 2 for 19 ; ' H. T. Whitty, 2 for 8 ; Meechan, 0 for 21. TABBAMIA. C. Brice, b Maher ? 60 H. Meecham, b Lawlor ? 7 B. St. John, retired ? 3S H. T. Whitty, retired ...
Notes by "Matsa." [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905
Notes by ' Matsa.' v ? — A fashion note say* that wean to hare a yellow invasion, not, of course, by the Japauese, but the color yellow is likely to become very fashionable in the world of dress and millinery. Apricot color has come to stay, and in touches on mil linery and dresses olten gives quite an air of distinction to an otherwise very ordinary dress. I don't know how yel low of the true canary hue will answer. For under-dresses for silk or muslin it i» very pretty, but very few women can successfully wear it as a color scheme. Anyhow the wary can pose before their mirrors and try their complexions againit a piece of yellow muslin before plunging into the yellow epidemic. Yellow is indeed a remarkable color, serving in its different shades both blonde and brunette. A beauty with dead white skin and just a shade of rose on the cheek, clad in a gown of softest yellow, with billows of creamy or snowy lace about her neck, is a poem of loveli ness. A warmer tone of lie ' sunshiny '...
HOSPITAL SUNDAY. METHODIST CHURCH BENEFIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905
HOSPIT4J^j|UNDAY. METHODIST CHUBOH BENEFIT. Those responsible for the laudable attempt to augment the Hospital Funds on Sunday last were very un fortunate in the weather. Sunday was one of the most unpleasant days that has accompanied this summer. Throughout the day the town was half buried in clouds of duBt, while the heat was oppressive and severe. Under these circumstances the at tendance was naturally limited. Con sidering the great trouble that had been token by the promoters, this was a pity. Nevertheless the collec tion amounted to £4 odd, which waB gratifying under the conditions. Apart from the financial aspect there wasanotherthoughtful work achieved. To the inmates of the Hospital the afternoon's proceedings were an en joyable break to the monotony of the sick bed. In the cool, well-cared-for wards, and in the shade of the verandahs, the children's voices, assisted by the choir, were heard with a pretty effect. The sacred numbers rendered by the Border Band were also much...
Woman's Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905
Woman's Column. Save Labour,— A penny lump of camphor placed in the drawer where silver is kept will preserve it from tarnish. . . .... Clean Furniture Before Polishing. — Furniture should be cleaned before it is polished. Take some cold water and a clean chamois leather, and wash the furniture before you begin to polish it. Varnish-paint may be done in the. same way. . Hard Water Made Soft.— Dissolve in a gallon of boiling water one and a quarter pound of borax. For wash ing clothes allow a quarter of a cup of this to every gallon of water. Lemon Preserve. Put in a stew pan a quarter of a pound of butter, one pound of lump sugar, grated rind of two lemons and the juice of three. Keep stirring the mixture till the sugar dissolves. Add six well beaten eggs. Stir till it begins to thioken, but do not let it boil. When like honey it is ready, and will kesp for a long time. Cooked Cucumber. — Peel, out in three.-inch lengths, then in halves. Scoop out seeds, throw into a pan of boiling ...
SAYERNAKE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905
SAVERNAKE BRANCH. A meeting of the Savernake branch of the Farmers' and Settlers* Association was held on Saturday last. The President (Mr. W. W. Eillen) occupied the chair. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. It was resolved that Mr. E. H. Sandral be requested to put gates on the road from Berrigan to Daysdale, along his south boundary, Also, on the motion of Mr. E. D. O'Dwyer. seconded by Mr. W. Miller, that the Secretary forward 15s, levy due last June to the Farmers' and Settlers' Association, Sydney. On the motion of Mr. W. Miller, seconded by Mr. W. P. O'Dwyer, that application be made to the Works Department, through Mr. Ball. M.L.A., to have a public well sunk and a windmill ereoted at Savftmake. Oh the motion of Mr. E. D. O'Dwyer, seconded by Mr. W. Miller, that application be made to have the road to Berrigan formed across the swamp near Mrs. W. Creed's, at a cost of about £50, and that the Ber rigan Progress Committee be asked toco-operate. On th...
Farmers' and Settlers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905
Farmers' and Settlers' As sociation. The Corowa branch of the Farm ers' and Settlers' Association, held, a meeting at Burryjaa on Saturday afternoon last. Mr. B. McKenzie occupied the chair. There were also present :— Messrs. H. Vickers, Freyer, J. Sal mon, C. Lewis, J. Goodwin, E; L. McKenzie, G. McMillan, L. Smith, T. Clifton jun., and E. L. Archer (Secretary). Messrs. E. F. Gardner and F. A. Currie were also present, represent ing the Closer Settlement League. The Chairman pointed out that they had met for the purpose of re organising the branch, as the old branch had lapsed. . ...-?. The following officers were then elected:— President— Mr. R. MoKen zie ; Vice-President — Mr. J. Good win ; Secretary— Mr. E. L. Archer ; Hon. Treasurer— Mr. E. A. Freyer ; Committee — Messrs. C. Lewis, Jas. Salmon, R. F. Gardner, F, A. Currie, and Vickers ; Auditor—Mr. E. Bray. SCB-BHANCHES. A proposal vras then considered to divide the branch into two divisions, the Eedlands-Merton and Coreen Lowe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905
SOME .... JEWELLERY Fa©TS. IT IS A FACT Thai- even- article in my Store is thoroughly good and reliable just what it pretends to he. IT IS A FACT That 1 carry n large and well assorted Stock of JEWELLERY suitable for presents for all occasions. IT IS A FACT That I have lived 10 years in COEOWA and my GUARANTEE stands behind what I sell. H. R©SENBL©©M, WflTCHnflKER flNb JEWELLER, eeROwa. TnL r rlAnlllACY, next post office, corowa |y| WILMOT'S HEADACHE WAFERS, A safe aud effective euro for all forms of Headache. Is per box. r PROVED REMEDIES. E Dr. Bcancy's Blood and Liver Pills, an-excmeKefam1lv [E] WILMOT'S LIVER MIXTURE, as per bottle A* E. WILMOT, Pharmaceutical Chemist. Agent for the celebrated Hurstvillo and Camdon Nurseries. Choice Stock of Flowering Plants etc., on hniid. T. PARKIN, GENERAL IMPORTER, Sanger = street, Corowa. Scythe Blades, Garden Tools, Handles, Digging Forks, Hay Rakes, Spades, Forks, etc., Hoes, Trowels, Rakes, Water Cans, Paints, Sheep Shears, Oils, etc., M...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905
Hudson's ftedical Hall. WITH SUMMER COME EYE COMPLAINTS. For Thirty-Thtto Teats THREE FAMOUS REMEDIES have thriven ill Rivorina. Golden feye Drops ? ? ??? 2s Golden Eye Ointment ? 2s Golden Fly Lotion ? Is ????«r POSTED EVERYWHERE. THEY;#IX: Bad Eyes, Sore Eyes, Inflamed Byes, Weak Eyes; Fly-Bitten Eyes. Q I LLI ES, CHEMIST, COROWA. TSBLE - BEER, Per 6d. Bottle. OBTAINABLE AT ALL HOTELS, AND WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS. __ ? .. ~^_-*. ,,-,^. ^.i ,„, ? „ ^ .^ BREWED BY THE flLBURY BREWING * HflLTINQ COHPflNY, LTb. Westlake & 5ons' GREAT FURNITURE SALE IS NOW ON. Come and Secure the Bargains ! YOU CAN OBTAIN Anything that an upto date Chemist should keep at Lillyman's Pharmacy, bean-St., fUBURY. Eabbil Poison, Phosphorus, Strychnine and Carbon in small and large quantities. Horse nnd Cattle Medicines. ORDERS JiT POST SENT. BY HETIT1X M.UL. C. LILLYMAN, CHEMIST k DRUGGIST, Pean-St, ALBURY ALF. MICHELl, Hairdresser, Tobacconist, and Commission and Insurance Agent, (Opposite Fire B...
Highly Beneficial. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905
Highly Beneficial. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets prove highly beneficial in all liver troubles, entirely removing biliousness, and in so doing will clear away all skin eruptions, Buch as boils, pimples, and eczoma. For solo by T. Parkin, Corowa.' Some asked how pearls did grow, and where ! Then Bpoko I to my girl to part her lips and show me there The quarrelets of pearls, purchased, of course, from the leading Dentist, E. N. Bull.'
P. A. and H. Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905
P. A. and H. Notes. The mysterious mortality amongst ataeep still continues in parts of the Warracknabeal district. Although in good condition the animal Boon succumbs when attacked by the disease. . . ' Imports ' of frozen rabbits from Australia and New Zealand for the first nine months of theyeav amounted to 357,156owt , against 246,752cwt. for the correspondent period of 190i, and 226,687cwt. for the correspond ing period of 1903. The Butberglen bug (Nysius Vinitor) is a small, light-brown insect, with silvery-grey wings, measuring about one-sixth of an inch in length. They fly well, and in warm weather are very active. They are fond of peaches, cherries, plums, and apricots, also tomatoes, and cluster round the fruit in great numbers, sucking their juioes, aud leaving them unsightly nnd worthless. The summer broods are hatched from eggs laid on grass and weeds, and all orchardiBts who have had any experience of this pernicious insect know that orchards kept free of weeds are les...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905
LATEST TELEGRAMS. MELBOUEKE, Tuesday night. Mr. W. S. Miers, formerly Presi dent of the Commercial Travellers' Association, and the representative of Robert Harper and Co., died sud denly this morning. - In connection with the death on Sunday -week of Charlotte Stevens, aged 37, at a house in King-street, at the inquest to-dav evidence was given to the effect that deceased had stated she had been beaten by a man. The inquiry was adjourned. The promoters of the meeting held in Melbourne on Monday night, to protest against the resolutions in favor of Home Rule, passed by the House of Representatives, forwarded a lengthy cablegram to-day to the Home Authorities. They protested against the resolutions, and stated that petitions are being numerously signed. Mr. W. Tavener, the Victorian Agent-General in London, has cabled to the Premier, Mr. Bent, with reference to the exposure of manipu lations on the London butter market. The exposures have caused a groat sensation. Jjondon produce mer...
World Suicide. A GREAT SOCIAL PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 2 December 1905
World Suicide. A GREAT SOCIAL PROBLEM. ADELAIDE, Tuesday — An import ant matrimonial case, in which tho intervention of tho King's proctor was recommended, came before the Full Court to-day. The case was that of John M'Kellar versus Jane M'Kel lar and Frederick Northern. Mr. M'liachlan moved for a decree nisi for the dissolution of marriage, and mentioned that the case had been heard at Mount Ganibier by Mr. Justice Homburg. It was stated that petitioner and his wife had been married several years, and had three children. He told his wife they could not afford to keep more child ren, and agreed to occupy separate apartments. Subsequently a child was born, and respondent aud co respondent had each signed a state ment that co-respondent was the father of the child. The Chief Justice said tho circum stances wore not such as to justify the granting of a decree. The bus band, who was 15 years oliler than his wife, had deliberately placed her in a position of temptation. The law was that ...