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Scottish Rifles. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 October 1905

Scottish Rifles. A meeting to consider the advisability of forming a company of Scottish Bifles was held at, the new Oddfellows; Hall on Thurs day evening. Mr. Wyburii, the convener of. ibe meeting, presided, and there were also present : Aid. Bitehio and llesars. Cooper, Fowler, Gillies, Mitchell, Langlor and Bow (a). ? ... . . . - The chairman explained that the meet ing was the outcome of a movement origin ated at Albury to form a battalion of Scot tish rifles, with companies at Albury, Corowa, Wagga Wagga and Cootamundra. Uniforms would bo supplied by the autho rities. It was not necessary that members should be Scotch, the regiment being open to all nblo to pass the neceBsary examina tions. This was simply a preliminary mooting, and he suggested forming them selves into a committee to work the matter up. This was agreed to. Mr. Gillies was appointed hon. secretary, and instructed to write to Sydney for full information. It was decided to hold'a further meeting about tbo ond of ...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Universal Treat. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 October 1905

A Universal Treat. ? S-Jonn Ijomnioue bus established such a reputation throughout tbe Commonwealth ol ? being associated only Vfith 'the best talent available, that tbe news will bo welcomed that his company will appear in Oorowa noit week. Tbe well-known nan list beading tho .company will ie strongly supported by Mi&s Mabol Bachelor, a youug Australian soprano, Miss Florence Gibson, contralto, and Harold Wattle, the pianist, while tho funny business will bo in tbo capable bauds of Bobby Watson, all of whom are -very favourably mentioned in the proas. , The entertainment also in cludes tbo exhibition of a realistic living picture jitory ol the ?? siogo of Port Arthur, one of the raost unique biographic displays brought before the public The company opons at tho School of Arts on . Thursday night next for a short season of two nights.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Burryjaa Estate. CHANGED HANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 October 1905

The Burryjaa Estate. CHANGED HANDS. There will be a genoral feeling of regret in the district with the know ledge that the Burryjaa Estate has been sold, the name of Edols having been so long and kmdly associated with this neighborhood. Tho pur chaser is Mr. A. E. Bowman, a well known grazier in the Wodouga district, and owner of Bethanga Park. Mr. Bowman will not reside at Burryjaa, as he is on the eve of erecting a new and spacious residence at Bethanga Park. Mr. Bowman is a man of progressive business spirit, and at the present time has a big mob of Queenslanders coming down ovevland, no doubt some of which will find their way to Burryjaa. We understand that Mr. and Mrs. E. Edols will be -leaving in about three weeks' time for Melbourne, where they intend to reside for the time being. Mr. Edols has been such a prominent supporter of local bodies that he will be keenly mis6ed. As the old homo was to be defin itely sold it is a pity it was not secured by the Government for closer s...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 October 1905

Eifx.e Shooting. The Murray River Rifle Club shot off the competition for the gold medal', presented by Mr. Kilborn, of Wiihguuyah, ou ^'eduesday after noon. Shooting was under the fol lowing conditions : — Three stages, 7 shots, at 300, 400 aud 500 yards for juniors ; 300, COO and 600 yards for seniors, for tho highest aggregate, with hauchc.'.p on to win, limit 280. Mr. Ritchie, the hou. secretary, was winner with 275 off the rifle, and 5 handicap ; Mr. B. Alston second,(10/ prize), 208 off the rifle, and 12 handicap ; J. Dryburgh third with 2G3 off ibe rice, and 81 handicap ; Messrs. E. Beut and B. Roach ran fourth and iiftu.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOWLING GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 October 1905

Bowling Gueen. A ''.eelir;. of the above club was ~i's*rr~ ™.fr^- -'Jro- L.'Hit.isl — cjrcsiMg- en T-:-?'-.hy ii'it Au offer, made by Mr. Frank Johnson, to feell the block adjoining the rinks for the sum of £15.ou easy terms was considered. It was ultimately decided to accept' the offer, which was considered to be greatly in the Club's interest. Five new members were elected.

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Sparrow Shoot. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 October 1905

Spakdow Shoot. The Sparrow Club hold their sec ond shoot on Wednesday afternoon on the show ground, shooting under Corowa Gun Club rules. The en tries were good, the Open Handicap of £5 attracting 2G shooters, H. E. Hylaud. B. Yoxall, W. Wylie and C. AEhbury dividing on the eleventh bird. Mug's sweepstake, with added money, 12cshooters. — J. E. Wylie, first on 6th bird ; P. Wise, second ou 5th bird ; W. Commins, third on 3rd bird. — Single-Barrell Rise Sweep stake. 10 shooters. — Dr. Kearney xand J. E. Wylie divided ou tho 6th liird ; No. 2 sweep of 2/6, 8 shooters. C. Hicks won on the 4th bird. Amougst the shooters we noticed Messrs. H. Hay (President), H. H. Hay, J. Wise, A. Addison and others. Mr. E. O'Leury, the hou. secretary, had everything in good going order.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 October 1905

ANNUAL EXCURSION. COEOYVA A-'D DISTRICT Schools' Excursion BEECHW©RTH. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1905. TICKETS : Children under 16 ? is C,i Bonn-fide Scholars, lo to 23 ... 8s M Bomi-lide Teachers ? 3s Cd . Adults ? is 6d Train will leave Wahfuuynh7.20 a.m., Eutherglen 7.30. Return journey from Beechworth, C.15 p.m. EXTRA TRAIN WILL BE RUN IF REQUIRED. Tickets may be obtained from the follow. ing :— Messrs. T. Parkin, G. Parkin. C. and TV. Johnson, Levy and Co., P. K. Hitchie, Haig, and Jlrs.'E. A. McXicoll, Corowa; from the Teachers in Charge of Public Schools at Corowa. South Corona. Dayi dale, Howlong, Lon&dale aud Redlands ; Mr. J. Thoq), Wahgunyah ; aud Mr. Thos. Drenen, Bulhergleu. N.B.—A11 Tickets purchased on day of Excursion will be charged Is in additiun to above prices. There will be a plentiful supply of hot ?water, Tea, Coffee, Supar, and Milk avail able on the Picnic Ground all d.iy. The Border Brass Band will accompany the excursionists and enliven proccodin^s en ro...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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LOCAL PRIZEFIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 October 1905

Local Piuzefight. A match came off on Wednesday evening between Sam Cooney aud Ed. Coad, at the old Oddfellows Hall. Alex Caldur acted as referee. Coad had the best of the fight from the jump, getting in some heavy work ou his opponent. Cooney took his punishment pluckily, although he was considerably knocked about. There was a good attendance.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 October 1905

W. L. Taylor $ Co., (Walter L. Taylor, Geo. G. Morphett) - ? - HUeTIONEERS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, WHEAT BUYERS. Agents for The Australian Mutual Provident Society. The Ocean Accident Go. The Australian Mutual Fire Insur ance Co. The Boyal Insurance Co. M'Dougall's Sheep Dip. Wischer's & Go's Manures. Cohoe and 'Walster's Babbit Poisoner. The Australian Mutual Rre Insur anoe Association oi austrai Asia, Limited. Offices; SANGEE STREET, COEOWA. COROWA FORTNIQHTLY MARKET. THURSDAY NEXT, 12TH OCTOBER. W. L. TAYLOR & CO. Are instructed to sell by Public Auction in their Corowa Sale Yards : — 760 MERINO WETHERS, 4 tooth, in the wool, in lots to suit purchasers. 350 MERINO WETHERS, 2-tooth, shorn, a verv good lot . Also. 2 DRAUGHT GELDINGS, G years old, in splendid buckle. 1 DRAUGHT GELDING. 8 years. 1 DRAUGHT GELDING, 9 years. 1 DRAUGHT MARE, 6 years. Ages Guaranteed. 1 GREY BUGGY HORSE, 9yearsold: and very fast. N.B.— The owner is prepared to give any trial with these...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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L. V. RACE MEETING. November 1st. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 October 1905

L. V. Back Meeting, November 1st. The Stewards of the Corowa Eac ingClub, Messrs. E. Edols, E. F. Gardner, W- J- Broadbent, C- A. Izon and -W. H Hudson, have con sented to net in that capacity at the November meeting.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 October 1905

OUBSELVES. In the life of the individual intimacy begets a fuller knowledge : the veil of reticence is drawn aside by the hand of confidence, and we learn our mutual hopes and fears, ambitions and intentions. In other words, the better we know each other the more we have to say about ourselves. With a newspaper, however, this characteristic human trait is reversed, and in this introductory issue of the Chronicle we must say more about ourselves than we trust will be again necessary. The reason of our appearance is to be found in the solid progress and importance, to gether with the immense possibilities, of this district. In the consumma tion of those possibilities we desire to play a helpful part, and to that end our support shall be strenuously givento any movements favorable to a development beneficial to all mem bers of this community. The slight est survey of local resources affords a realisation of the prospects of the future. With a scope of some of the finest land in the Sta...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 October 1905

Sporting Notes. - A North Adelaide syndicate drew the winner of the Demonstration Handicap in TattersaU's sweep on thatieveafc. . . ? Owing to good work done on the training tracks, Marmont has come into prominence in tho Melbourne Gup betting, Ho was backed on .Thursday to win 53000 -at 100's to 5. It is reported that Mr. Stead. waB offered £7000 for Ioolt and Noctui forni by a well-knovm sportsman after their successes at the recent Randwick spring meeting. Maniopoto, who still retains the position of first favorite for the Melbourne Gup, has developed a cold which is giving him a little trouble, but beseems to stride along all right in his work. Emir was still supported for the Cauldfield Cup in Melbourne on Thursday. The S. A. Derby winner. Torah has been in good demand for the mile-ond-a-half event, and 10 to 1 is now the best price on offer. .

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AUSTRALIANS FIRST. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 October 1905

AUSTRALIANS FERST. ?' ': In another column we publish a comparison in connection* with the proposal made by General Booth to export 5000 families to Australia, which in itself should be sufficient to answer that proposal. While it is universally admitted that this Com monwealth badly needs population, it does not of a necessity follow that we want immigrants of any sort. Nor are the Australian jreople pre pared to accept General Booth, no table figure as he is in the world's history, as a competent judge of what Australia wants. The condi tions of life in this country are so intrinsically different from the old land: that a competent farmer there woul'4 be totally unprepared for what awaited him a^ tliie southern end oi the world. Ibis has been fully reco{juised in Canada, the most progressive of nil young lands in her immigration policy and provision, or at least -advice, is invariably made in that country, I hat the iicwcomeiw should first obtain practical ex perieate wiih local f...

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Lighting The Town [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 October 1905

Lighting The Town. The Twentieth Century light, ?which is at present being consid ered iiy' the '^Town Council; as a medium for street lighting, jvas on inspection at the Council Chambers on Wednesday even iug. ' *The plant ? was roil : a small scale, purely, for demonstration ' - purposes, , \ giving power to two incadescent lights of 52 candle power each. The ::a jority of the Aldermen inspected the light, and there was also a fair attendance of interested ratepayers, Mr. Rayfield, the engineer in charge/explained the principles of the new light to those present. Aid. Ritchie, who takes, an enthus iastic interest in the matter, also brought its merits into prominence. The experimental nature of tbo light may probably -be its drawback.

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Commercial. COROWA STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 October 1905

Commercial. COROWA STOCK SALES. A. A- Pi«*;iii and CirrepWl having' complete:! the following recent sales of stock by private contract vi'.hin the last H -!;!-?. Sheep. — 1'VjO ini'i-ino wethers for Mr. \\. T. -joni!-!i, lV-vri.C;;n ; 200 fat j lamb* for Mrs. 1'. S. Whiti-iker. Mer- ? ton; lOOfat liii.ii.-; for Mrs. K. L. j Taylor. Shannonv.-ile : 370 Kit l.unl)* ? for R. Jack and Svns, PauhiT^c-n : *--. i ewes with Jami'S ni foot for T. | Rhodes , Daysii lie : y''i f;;t lunil;-. io-j ! Mrs. Ocdin«,' Nulla -Ti:i;.i: :K0 i:it ; kmbs for Mrs. Lane, Ovt.-r:on :? H00 I fat lambs, for E. II. S.ai.l.r.!, Narrow | Pluinb ; GOO fat Imnlis for M. J. Xagle, j Saveniake: 200 fat Inmbs for M. : O'Brien. Bull Plain: -2600 crossbred I ewes for delivery off shears, for A. Swan. Tar.ik.i ; -J.JO crossbred ewes; with iauili- iit iuol, and o^ri come- j back ewes, with Shropshire lambs at ; foot, for \V. F. Stone, Vranquinty ; 40 fat merino wethers for IS. C. Smith, Lovves'liile ; 1000 ewes, (iyr*. ol...

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Condensed. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 October 1905

Condensed. Latest London cables report ih« wool market brisk, and foreign buyan active. -? 'i The Great Soutbem No. 1 Com.' pany, at Rutbcrglen, has ceased working. The prosecution against McNftir and Hoskins in the 'Willis matter wm adjourned for a month. The Stench Commissioner . in the Congo is said to have hanged women by the feet until they died. . The Rutherglen Hospital Sunday, demonstration was very successful, collections totalling upwards of £40. The Government having closed ih» Labor Bureau branch at the Tradag Hall, the Labor Council is carrying on one of its own there. ^Adjourned inquiry into the deatk of Joseph J. E. Pollard, accidentally killed at the Great Northern B.O. Mine, will be held on Monday next. T. Waddell, M.L.A., and Sanaual McCaughey, M.L.C, have puroaas»S Fort Bourke station, with about 17,500 sheep aud lambs, 200 cattle, and 70 horses, for £20,000. According to accounts, Fortuns is not sniilinc on Mr. B. E. Wise in London, the 'perfesb ' being crowds*! ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 October 1905

toRGEW.FIGGINS, Bicycle Works, Sanger-street , Corowa. lOHIXES built to order from £10 10s to £14 10s, with 12 months' guarantee, s of which can Vjo seen on the promises. our ^Tachincs aro-curefuUv tested before delivery, and the finish nnd staying power lie bfot. LADIES'.- A2JD GENT'S BIKES POit H]RK. Acetylcno Gas Lamps ?as. Parts of Machines kept in stock, or made to order. We repair all classos of - and Guns. ' Eu.-.inelliiig done on the premises. The Gentle Influence of Electricity Is More Effective Thar. ALL Other Treatments. successfully treated , thousands ^**- ShG ^^S-~^=~*\ and thought to this class of ^fe-i? V^jf' ' l/~7*ifE§^r I long practice we have fonnd ^S# -\Y&J*J3b' j that fully eighty per cent of the ' ~^ -AjK ?Vi.jF/^/Sjfflr-.^i ! cases treated by us were unsuc- -r* c.3\£^!^*jjjKj-? - » | cessfully treated by other meth- ' K^^M^^^T' ' ! oJs. In fact, in most of Uie IBUSSil&SgSggr \ ailments the disease had been aggravated by the various methods ado...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 October 1905

[ACABD.] G. £. Payne Phitoote, M.A.C.D. ? r Surgical & Prosthetic Dentist :Four Years Hospital train iiog bj Exams, at the t Melbourne Dental Hos pitaL Hudson's Medical Hall, Corowa, And at Butherglon and Chiltern. Late 131 Collins-street Melbourne. JgaBJL DENTISTRY. ROBERT N. BULL, Surgeon Dentist. Extractions Absolutely Painless ONLY AT v, BULL'S DENTAL ROOMS, Next Post Office, Corowa. OUR ESTABLISHMENT wtll be . - CLOSEb /Monday, October 9, flLL tiflY. L. LEVY& COY. TO STflNb THIS SEflSON — AT— Fairland Lodge, Collendina, And travel the subboundesg dis TfilCT, THE PUBE BEED CLYDSDADE ';. stallion. ; Morgan. TTia Pedigree is ?well-known throughout the district. He has proved himself a sure foul-getter, and his young stock have turned out exceptionally good. TERMS.— £3 10s ; half guarantee £2 10s chance. — ALSO — THE PURE-BRED CLYDESDALE STALLION. Attraction. ATTRACTION, bred by Sir. Wm. : Hogan, of Kyneton, is a handsome bright bay colt, foaled November, 1901, stan...

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The Farm and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 October 1905

The Farm and Station. Scientific investigation into the question of the transmission of bovine tuberculosis lo man points to tbe idea tliat in the past too much has baan made of ihe likelihood of milk being the chief cause of infection. A new disease of remarkable viru lence is killing tbe rabbits in suea numbers in France that French sportsmen have appealed to M. Dan yez, of the Pasteur Institute, to find a remedy, as it is feared that the scourge will exterminate rabbits in France. Pity we could not ' swop ' things, somehow. * * * An important decision with regard to travelling sheep was eiven at Moree. A drover was charged with travelling sheep from the Moree dis trict into another, a distance of under 40 miles, without a permit. The cases of hang versus Cundy and Bor thistle versus Saunders were quoted. The Bench fined the defendant 10* and costs, deciding that when sheap leave a district for a distance of under 40 miles a permit is required. When travelling out of a district fo...

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SCHOOL PICNIC AT OAKLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 October 1905

SCHOOL PICNIC AT OAKLANDS. The Clear Hills, Feltonwood, and Overtoil schools held a combined ' picnic a few days ago. There was a good exhibition of duniboll and May pr!o exercises, footracing etc. A substantial collection Jmd been made, and Messrs. T. Parkin. C. W. John eon, and Leyy: and Co. also con tributed sweete. ? An enjoyable day was followed by a dance in the even ing, in the OaTdands School of Arts Mr. Cecil Price, acted in the capacity of secretary, and everything in con nectionsvith the gatherings-was cap ably provided for- , :

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