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A Bull's Escapades at Chelmsford. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 16 December 1905

A Bull's Escapades at Chelmsford. On 23rd October, 1901, great excitement was rauwd by the escapade of a young Uii'l that had got loose at Chelinsfoid.. First of all the bull escaped from its driver, anil made for aud ran into the churchyard. See. ing ilut il was pursued, it then mode for the back entrance to a shop in Tindale square, used as a fancy lui-uir. It walked along the passage, and then uji ihe liist flight o/slnirs, and bv thnt means cut into the diuwing-room. There it overturned tLic piano, smnshed the music cabinet to uieicn, and knocked about fancy !towcr-n jt«. ai,,l china anil glnes ornament?. Pictures woi-c even knocked off the null. One «f rlwi.1. representing the kite DLs'jop rf St. Albwu. instructing Qu^en Alexandra, then 1'nnt.ess of Wales, was trampled u,K-n. l'he bull then mounted the sofa ind smashed tlie springs. Finally it went up to the next floor, where a lady was lving on a bed of sickness. The bull, foi Innately, took n.- notice of her, but it smashed n...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Rowing Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 16 December 1905

Rowing Club. ' ? A meeting wan held at the Riverina hotel on Thursday night, for the purpose of forming a Bowing Club in Corowa. Mr. A. Camplin occupied the chair, and there were also pre sent : — Messrs. C. Clayton, A. Young, W. Thompson, G. H. Bush, F. Nixon, and J. Allan. Messrs. J. Schnwid, W. C. Allen and T. Bolt, (Hon. Secretary of the Murray River Association) also at tended from Rutherglen. Mr. Camp lin explained the object of tho meet ing. -There were clubs at Yarra wonga, Cobram, and Rutherglen. At the latter place there were two clubs who had to go six miles to practice. Corowa should get up a club as there was no better sport. He was sure local firms would give trophies. He would undertake to give one. If they got a club formed they could hold their own as they did in other things. (Applause). Mr. T. Bolt said the Association wanted Corowa to come in. Corowa held their own in the Regattas a few years ago and would do so again. The old Association -was dead. The arrangeme...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Clever Caterpillars. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 16 December 1905

Clever Caterpillars. Gilcrpiuars accommodate themselves wonderfully to circumstances, and disphy al critical periods of their development very high powers of instinct, which may seem akin to reasoning. Hubcr describes a succession of pro cesses, by which one of them contracts a most complicated hammock for its ap proaching change into chrysalis fenu. He found that a caterpillar Liken frjw Ha hammock and put into another nesi at an earlier stage of construction did not worn puzzled hut took up the work lnilhodi eally as he found it, and cnrrii.il il lo completion from that point. If. however, a coterjjillir Mas ntil into a hummock that had been carried u- n liter stage than its own had i-carhcd. iiwt'Md of feeling any benefit from work Hum done for it. it btouni1 rmlnrrassril. mid would go over the already advanced work from the Rtnee with which it win itself - familiar, befure it could ccinple!? tile Prom these ficls we may g.Uhoi- that lu the next, nnd thnt lviulli :.ti tl-ia to .i...

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SYDNEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 16 December 1905

SYDNEY' MABKET. New wheat was unchanged at 383d to 3s 3j(l, with a fraction more for immedi ate delivery. Cortlsacks 6s io$d ; bran bags 5s 10J1I ; oats 2S to 26 id ; milling js 3d ; chickwheat 3s 4d to 3s 5a1 ; bran lOjd ; pollard lid. Supplies of chaff were heavy, but choice. Local £4 ; Mel bourne oaten £2 IJs to £3 5s,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 16 December 1905

GEORGE MAL0UF & COMPANY, The Busy Drapers, Olive-street, Albury. W) THE RESIDENTS OF COROWA AND DISTRICT.— Our Great Xinas Sale is now in full swing and giving satisfaction everywhere. Prices Jomr^hsa ever. Parasls met £2 tree by rail. AU orders 'aceoaipaiucd with remittance receive our oiva persona! attention. Our new season's goods are all included in this sale, and enablea our r.....v ?? ? country friends to obtain their Xmas supplies at a little over cost price. ' WRITE TO US AT ONCE. Usual Sale Usual Sale Usual Sale Usual Sale . Usual . Sale ' - ?-? Usual Sale * Usual Sale Usual Sale „ , m-t ^Jf? P?i^ n,- tz ? , pr!Se 1)r,'Ce ~ P'ce l)rice ' 1)rico in;ice; price I'''00 ' P'^ Price P«co price price price Ladies' Crash Skirts ... 7/11 4/11 „ Calico Knickers... 1/6 1/- Cotton Voiles— double double width ... 1/3 7U MenB1 Denims , ... 3/6 2/G ?? Trousers ... ... 3/11 2/6 Mods' Strong Lace Boots 8/6 5/6 19/11. „ Col'a Blouses ... 2/11 1/11 „ Calico Chemises... 1/9 1/- -sridth...

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SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 16 December 1905

SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MAEKET. Svdnev, Thursday. — At Homcbush to day 46.000 sheep and lambs were penned. Crossijreds were moderately represented, mainly useful trade quality, with odd pens of prime. A few lots of woolly werinoes, ' were penned, chiefly of fair quality. Merino wethers brought 9s to 14s 6d, extra prime to 15s 6d, crossbred wethers 10s to 151 od, merino ewea ss to 13s, crossbred ewes ios6i- to 13s, woolly sheep 13s to i;s, few to 19s. Lambs, of which about 6OOO were penned, were of all descriptions, and brought 7s to 13s 6d, extra prime to 169 6d. 1 139 cattle were yarded. Bul locks sold from £7 to £10 15s, steers £5 to £6, cows £4 to £7 15s. Bett beef brought 20s to 33s per toolb. Ydns-GtiifeBliiD, Bow 4 cOi pbopiii« ETABY, LiMITBD, Melbotime, held their weekly wool caie on Wednesday, when they ' submitted a catalogue of 4,122 bales to a numeroufi attendance of the trade?. - oinpetition was most spirited, but throughout the auction buyers secuicd to act with a good deal o...

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CABLES. LONDON, Friday morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 16 December 1905

CABLES. ? A ? - .. (Bedters.) [By Wire.] London, Friday morning. Tlie soldiers at Moscow ore at tending revolutionary meetings, and fraternising with the memtore. They are also accompanying the work men's iirocessions. The troons nt Kishiuieff and Odessa refused to fire on tlie rioters. Peasants and others Bout from the frontier have joined the rioters. The Ottoman troops at Yemen are repatriating, ap owing to the crowded transports, one-third of the soldiers died before reaching the canal. In the Baltic province a local re public has been established, with armed forces obeying orders to burn, pillage, and execute any barons or pastors resisting. The strikers at St. Petersburg have cut the northern cable. Tbe troopB at Orel, Jasbkend, aud Kursk have promised to side with the Socialists when the final struggle with the Government begins. There is a growing unrest amongst tbe troops generally. Four regiments in the Kazan district, and others at Eiei*j iiivSTiitltifitei: , Tlie' garris...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Commercial. LOCAL RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 16 December 1905

' ConihierSiSi; 1/1 locAl Meiitb ftiloES: Butter (factory) Is Id. Butter, (daily), to lOd. Cheese, 9d to lOd. EggB 9d to lOd. Bacon, 9d to lOd. Ham, Is. Currants, 5}d to Gil. Bnisins, 5d to 6d. Onions, (per. cwt), 6s. Potatoes, 10s. Oats, 2s fid to 2s9d. Fowl feed, 3s. Brau, Is. Pollai-a, Is 5i. Flour, 16s to 17s. Chaff, £3. ? CHAS. L. GBIFFITH 4 CO., Albury, re port having held their usual fortnightly market on Tuesday, 12th inst., yarding G4G head of cattle, 481 sheep, aud 10 pigR. There was a very large attendance, and, with the exception of very few pens, all the cattle were sold at prices about equal to late rates. Vory few poddies yarded. The ma jority of tho stock comprised nice young, growing steers, 2 years old and over, with a few pens of good bullocks and heifers. Very few springers vardod. Those in sold well. Best fat bullocks £8 ISs, £8 ITs Gd, £8, £7, £6 lGs, one pen of 34 forward-conditioned bullocks mating £0 Ss, £6 13s Gd, £G 10s ; best fat cow's £0 15s, £6, £5 15s,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 16 December 1905

Melbourne, Friday evening: Terence Farrelly, who was con victed of obtaining money under false representation from the Beu ters Agency, was sentenced to nine mpntliB imprisonment on one count, and three months on another. Arthur Dunderdale, a young man alleged to have murdered his mother, Mrs. Ferrer at South Tarra, was brought before the Prahan Police Court to-day and remanded till- the twenty-first. Accused had nothing to say, aud seemed to be suffering keenly. [A shocking' murder woe committed at South Yarn yesterday evening, when Ar thur Dunderdale, 82 years of age, stabbed his mother, Mrs, Ada Ferrers, ngsd SI, through the heart, killing her almost in stantly. Front the story of Arthur Murray Ferrers, tho husband of the murdered woman, and ad accotMtant by profession, it appeared that Dunderdale had be«n liv- ing with his mother ana stepfather for the last two years, Last evening Mrs. Ferrers accused her son of having been drinking) and ordered him to leave the houtc. they scuf...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 16 December 1905

iiAtEST TELEGRAMS. StDNEY, Friday night. At the Eailway Commission to day, Mr. Holman disclaimed any suggestion in the way of corruption for improper influence. He also ex pressed regret for any statements he had made about Mr. Thow, the Mechanical Engineer. Mr. Thow denied that he, or any other officer ever received any bribe. .At the Land Commission, more evidence was taken about settlement, conditions.- This practically con cluded tbe enquiry, and the Commis sion adjourned till after Christmas. The inquest on Mias Soanlon was resumed at Bendico to-day. Mrs. Scanlon gave evidence of the shoot iug. She denied any quarrel between brother and sister. Also denied that deceased said it was all her fault. Accused was very short of money, and they hod refused to give him any. In the cricket match, Queensland against Mew South Wales, Queens land scored sis for 156. ? In tlie match, New South Wales versus South Australia in Adelaide, New South. Wales score is 2 for 129,

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How Seeds Are Sown. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 16 December 1905

How Seeds Are Sown. Nature distributes her seeds with prodi gal hand, and for this end eraplovs all 6orts of agencies. Winds, waves, birds, animals, end human beimzs are all en^atzei in this important work. The wind in late summer and i.i earlv autumn bears on its wings innumerable spores and seeds, some of them no laige: than motes, and many of them furniitiei with delicate filaments, which form para chutes to keep the seeds afloat. Water, too, plays a busy part in Ibis perennial dissemination, for streams Wiiy seeds long distances, and such fruit a» cocoanuts are borne by the . waves from shore to shore in the Tropics. Sheep and dogs are great carriers of seed, which in the case of the burdock clings with hooks to the coats. Bird? also carry seed far and wide, not only in their partly digested food, but also on their feathers or their feet, as it the case with berries of the glutinous mistlstod. Some seed-vessels are furnished with an explosive power for scattering their Eced* afa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 16 December 1905

The Temperature In Cases of Coma: ' - The state of the temperature in eases o'i coma is a matter of some moment, as it u one of tbe factors influencing diagnosis. When the coma depends on haeniorrhagu into the pons, a rapidly developing uigii temperature is one of the ruling facts, and materially amisls in the interpretation oi the case. In uraemio and diabetic coma, -a poisoning by opium, and in concussion of the brain, on tbe other hand, the tempera ture tends to be subnormal. Probably In* question in tbe great majority of cases lies between an ordinary foot pontine) haemor rhage and poisoning by alcohol, and it is bere that authoritative statements regard ing the temperature tetray some measuio of contradiction. The late Sir Benjamin Ward Richardson used to- teach that in apoplexy the temperature is raised, whilst in alcoholic coma it u subnormal. Nowa days it will be generally allowed that the terms of this proposition require qualifica tion. It is beyond question that the tem p...

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SHORT STORY Mrs. Cowslip's Repentance. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 16 December 1905

SHORT STORY \ Mrs. Cowslip's Repentance. In her narrow quartcrt off the end of the assembly -room, tlie matron web knit ting a l-ed hood, when tlie clang of the bdl eununoned her to tlie desk. It vu early in the evenine. nnd the muht's cron oi ollciideiii bad not yet begun to he gath ered by the harvesting police. Two hours earlier it would probably lure been a shop- j lilter ; two. hours later, the malvon would ' Iwve Ixru sure of a poor, hard-featured l'inyno of the streets, or uf a druutord, i todaen or shrieking. At 8 o'clock, however, tneie was luom lor speculation a* to nkH , awaited her. When she sjmt, her uroles- j sioual stolidity uns lor the moment shaken. Jion limiiied spectacles vallud in a pair of clear, strapping, kindly old brown ejes ; I hair, soft ' and -white as the silk of the thistle, ivas luimly parted beneath a close, cGuulrj-inade bonnet, and was drawn across Uic wrinkled forehead and back to a tight little knot ; tlie cheeks aud chin where iige had set iu cre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 16 December 1905

Vl'I AC nnCCCMTC Cameras, Kodaks, and Photographic Outfits make charming Xmai Preaent*. W« import diwot all the bost Camerat and other goods used in this faBcinatiug art ana give you Cr/IllIMrn)P nl/»1-ITnr /''All T'»r»»/ i 1L ? ' iHI AiVlA^ PKCSn^llJ^* best valae for your money. No. 1 Brownie Oameru 6., So. S Brownfo 10.. Reliable, easily worked^ *.plate Magasine Cameras, made in London to our specifloatioD. 12s 6d, 17s 6d. Fold- -K I j\ j\ fH U 'Si pit, I I JKli ClAU HxY AlliUrV. 41 yVIT»r**J I n|4UMM4^i ng Camera. «ndAooes.o-ie.,J68,86». *-pl»te to whole plate ?!» Cameras, topodud KxiMOriM, oompleterS)m 87a 64 to «8 10.. Full instraotionB VprofesBional Jtee to beginners, ^UlinUV O riVIUlVL* V*rVL-L*L-lA I ? niVUlJ* ' .^ggj -;.w , .,, .,.:-. ? . ... ???,-'.?' ? . . . ? '-? _?_.... ? ?? ?:?? ? -^-- ???^??^mm&smm

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 16 December 1905

For Christmas Presents and New Year Gifts *=s* INSPECT H. Rosenblobih's WELL-ASSORTED STOCK OF Watches, Jewellery, Silver=mounted and E P. Goods, Clocks, etc. Reliable Keyless Lever Watches from 12s 6d. H. R©SENBL©©M, WflTCH/VWER flNb JEWELLER, ? eoRowa. InE rfiAnlllACl, next post office, corowa Fj=l WILMOT'S HEADACHE WAFERS, A safe and cifeclivc cure for all forms of Headache. Is per llOK. R PROVED REMEDIES. E Dr. Beaney's Blood and Liver Pills, a^excmeelSTamily [Ej WILMOT'S LfVER MIXTURE, * «« bottle. A* E* WILMOT, Pfearmaceotical Chemist Agent for the celebrated Hurstvillo and Camden Nurseries. Choice Stock of Flowering Plants, etc., on hand. * T. PARKIN, GENERAL IMPORTER, Sanger ? street, @orowa. Scythe Blades, Garden Tools, Handles, Digging Forks, Hay Rakes, Spades, Forks, etc., Hoes, Trowels, Rakes, Water Cans, Paints, Sheep Shears, Oils, etc., Meat Safes, Fly Wires, Wire Covers, Wire Doc; . -f. and all Harvesting Supplies. Xmas and Wedding Presents. I have just opened a beaut...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 16 December 1905

Some aslied how pearls did grow, and where I Then spoke I to my gir!4b part her lips and show me there The quarrelcts of poarls, purchased, of course, from the loading Dentist, Ii. K. Bull.*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 16 December 1905

B7lr~~if%-o THE RUTHERdLEN FURNISHING WAREHOUSE. ; ' ? I ^^®^^nll ^ ^g^ Stock in the North-East *yllilFPil3^fflk A few Special Lines for the Season— fltiC^£|! Pre^'^sL^fe^r IB K^-vSH '\AriE? DOOES, Wnas (adjustable) Window Frames, Decs Chaibs (aut-proof)r^WicKEB FrBxnxnE, Verandah Blinds, nil V ]££s]l ssgBaM^iliBaEBBl »V sizes (only the Best kept in stock), LOTJNGES, LINOLEUMS to please everybody — over 50 pieces to select from, Dha'WING te^il iM^? — ? ? ' — dlflifi«l Room, Diking Boom, and Bedroom Suites, Bedsteads and Bedding, Pkams and Go-Cabts, Eexdf.hs nnd Ijions, Carpet. 01' HI fff|§|§|||yiP^ 111 |P^|| Our !ong exPe'ence *n tue FUBNITURE BUSINESS is a guarantee that you -will get 'reliable goods at the Lowest PnlCES. (Ill illfllifiP^ - fill ' inl ? Inspect the large and varied Stock — New Designs every week. — : ? _J| W^ ^/f# |alLj * ALL C00DS CAREFULLY PACKED AND DELIVERED FREE. ?? ? -WUr Wk^^OVNKmAN and Co., ^LJUSl ? IBII — Hi^ Rutherglen Furnishing Warehouse, RUTHERGLEN. J....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 16 December 1905

The Whole Body Laughs. When the '' er and bowels don't' act, life is a f;v.....c. Cbamberiaiu's Stomach and Liver Tablets wake these drowsy organs, lilc; the sun wakes the earth, and tbe whole body laughs. It is fun to live when the body is in good trim, but it is never so when the liver and bowels shirk duty. There is wore happiness in a i/6 box of Chamberlaiu's Stomach and Liver Tablets th«u you ever dreamed of. They stimulate tbe nervous system and make you feel young again. For sale by T. Parkin, Corowa.

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CROWN LANDS. URANA LAND DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 16 December 1905

CROWN LANDS. URANA LAND DISTRICT. On Noweronie holding, 10,880 acres, in seventeen blocks of 640 acres each, in parishes Palmer and Boreegerry, county TJrana; prices £1 15s to £2 5s per acre. Available 11th January, 1906. (Identical with special area. SPECIAL AREA. Uraka Land District. On Noweronie holding, 10,880 acres, in parishes of Palmer and Boreegerry ; maximum area 6tO acres, minimum area 40 acres. Price £1 15s to £2 5s per acre. Available for original application only on 11th January, 1906.

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Land Notices. SET APART FOR CONDITIONAL PURCHASE OR CONDITIONAL LEASE. CENTRAL DIVISION. Land District of Corowa. At £1 6s 8d per. acre. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 16 December 1905

Land Notices. SET APART FOB CONDITIONAL PURCHASE OR CONDI TIONAL LEASE. CENTBAi DIVISION. Land District of Corown. At £1 6s 8d per. acre. Within Kentucky and Q .at Qoatttt, resumed areas Nos. 452A and &H3. County of Hume, parishes of Richmond and Kentucky, containing an area of ahout 1,096 acres. Note — Wiiliin water reserve 917 extension, 923, 1,502, 2,087, and part of 42 extension. At £2 per. acre. County of Hume, parish of Ken tucky, containing an area of about 393 acres.. Note. — Within parts of water re serves 42 and 42 extension, re voked. At £2 10s per. acre. Within Quat Quatta resumed area No. 583. County of Hume, parish of Lowes, containing an area of 180 acres, 3 roods. Note. — Iucludes travelling stock reserve 2,002, revoked. Land Districts of Corowa and Ursna. At £2 per. acre, Within Kentucky resumed area No. 452. County of Hume, parish of Os horne, containing on area of 513 acres 2 roods. Note. — Includes reserve 2,361, revoked.

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