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LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. [BY WIRE—REUTER.] MELBOURNE, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 December 1905

LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. [By Wire— Reuter.] MELBOURNE, Tuesday uiglit. Wheat is quiet and iti small demand ; old wheat iu milling lots Ss 5dto3sGd, good to prime new wheat 8s 4d, Decem ber delivery, 3s 3§d January. Private cables report home market quiet for cargoes January shipments being equal to Ss 3d bushel ; oatt dull, new oats arriving freely, mainly medium quulity ; old Alger ian milling 1b 9d, choice Is ldd, heavy feed Is 7d, half Is Ad, light In Gd to Is 7 j ; in ferior Is 5d, now Is 5d to Is 9d. Flour ex. port fair £7 6s. bakers lot»^7 10s to £7 15s. Bran firmer at 10}d. Pollard steady lid. Potatoes firmer ; Ballarats 6s to 6s o'd, new 7s to 8s. Onions. Supply heavy ; prime £2 1Ssto£3. Chaff market dull, over sup plied ; prime 02s Gd, inferior 35s. SYDNEY, Tuesday night. Old wheat 3s 7»d to 3s Sd, new 3s 4d. Oats 2s Id to 2s 4d. Chifi £3 ISs to £4.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Commercial. LOCAL RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 December 1905

Commercial. LOCAL BETAIL PRICES. Butter (factory) Is Id. Butter, (dairy), to lOd. Cheese, 9d to lOd. Eggs 9d to lOd. Bacon, 9d to lOd. Ham, Is. Currants, 5|d to Od. ' Raisins, 5d to 6d. Onions, (per. cwt.), 6s. Potatoes, 10s. Oats, 2a Gil to 2s 9d. Fowl feed, 3s. Bran, Is. Pollard, Is 5d. Flour, 16s to 17s. Chaff, £3. YOUNQHUHBAKD, HOW & CO. PROPBI KTABY, LIMITED, report at tho Wodonga Market on Tuesday, a good nupply of both fat and store cattle to about the usual nt tcndancn of buyers. No change in values of fat cuttlo can bo. quoted although for mediuui and inferior quality biddings were dull. Bullocks, £7 to £1 10s, and £(, lOu to £6 I6.1 ; light, £5 10s to £5 16s. Cows, /6 15k to £0 6b; clean heifcra, ££ Us to /,6 18s ; medium cows. Si 12s Cd to £5: light and inferior, £3 16s to £4 Ob ; calves, 66a to CPe, and 43b to 60s. The supply of store cattle consisted chiefly of young cattle with a few pens of Si to 1 years bullocks. The demand for young heifers was hotter than f...

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MELBOURNE, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 December 1905

MELBOURNE, Tuesday night. John.Hanuah, aged 28, was knocked down by a swinging carriage door when engaged in shunting at the Flinder's Street railways. His ribs were fractured and other serious in juries sustained. He now lies in a critical condition at the Melbourne Hospital. At the Police Commission to-day, Mr. Gaunson successfully defended John Cullen, charged with disobeying a subpoena, on the ground that same was not issued under the hand of the Chairman. During the case there was a scene between Mr. Gaunson and Mr. Andrews, counsel {or the Commission. The former called Mr. Andrews a liar and a humbug, and said that people were playing the very devil with the Commission, humbugging it.

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Sydney Woman's Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 December 1905

Sydney Woman's Letter. I don't think any of the Austral ians abroad are having quite so good a time as Miss Annette Kellermau. Everywhere our representative mer maid goes she scores ft great success, and in England and Paris lias cre ated auite a sensation. At latest, Annette was off to' Scotland, and breathing .i prayer that tlie Scottish waters would be warmer than the water she lias been inermaiding in lately. After her trip to the heather and tartau and porridge, Miss Kol lermann goes off to Yankee land, to show the girls of the stars and stripes the way to mermaid properly. I believe that a French composer was so smitten with Miss Annette's performance, that he has published a pianoforte march called the ' Kel lermann ' march. At this rate the Sydney swimmer ought to return with quite a brace of scalps. Another Australian off to Yankee land is Miss Nellie Stewart, who is to give the Americans a treat by presenting to them ' Sweet Nell of Old Drmy. It js years since Nel lie firs...

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SYDNEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 December 1905

SYDNEY MABKET; ' SniKEY, Monday.— No higuor th»u 3/4 was offered for new wheat to-day, and ship pers quoted 8s 3Jd as the maximuhl they were prepared to give; 4,000 bagV.of old wheat were sold at 8s Cjd ; flour brought £7 16s to £8 5s. Algerian aits had better inquiry at 2s Id to 2s 2d ; chickwheat 3s 3jd ; bran lOd ; pollard lid to llld ; local chaff £3 18s Od ; Molluumc oaten £2 10s to £3 ; local potatoes £7 10s to £6 ; onions £4 to £7; .:? ?????

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 December 1905

Hudson's Hectical Mall. ? WITH SUMMER COME EYE COMPLAINTS. For Thirty-Throe Years THREE FAMOUS HEMErifflS' kafe tbnvoh'in Rivcttba. Golden Eye Drops ... ? ??? 2s Golden Eye Ointment ? 2s GOlden Fly Lotion ? ? Is POSTED EVERYWHERE. THEY FIX: Bad Eyes, Sore Eyes, Inflamed Eyes, Weak Eyos, Fir-Bitten Eyes. G I LLIES,eHEMIST,COROWA. TflBLE ? BEER, Per -5d. Bottle. OBTAINABLE AT ALL HOTELS, AND WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS. BREWED BY THE flLBURY BREWING * /VILTING COHPflNY, LTD. Xmas and New Year Gifts ! /OPINIONS may differ as to the treatment meted out to New South Wales by the ' Federal Parliament, but there is perfect unanimity that J. W. Taylor's Is the Leading House in Corowa for all XMAS REQUISITES, which this Season comprise a beautiful assortment, representing Presents suitable for Fathers, Mothers, and a host of Toys for the little ones. Inspection Cordially Invited. Specially imported Balloons given away at Xmas to all Purchasers. BE CLOTHED WITH CHITTOCK'S Suits. FROM £2 10s. CA...

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SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 December 1905

SYDNEY LIVK STOCK MARKET. Sydney,-' Monday.— At Homebush to day 37,549 sheep and lambs were penned. As tbe supply, especially of wethers, was well within trade requirements, the market was very firm, for good to extra prime wethers, being generally 6d, and occasionally od to is per. lienc1 better than on Thursday last ; while ewes, es pecially medium quality were inclined to be easier. Merino wethers brought 9-*--I«**i-eitra t»-(snc-bndn^ethers io» to tBb 9d, extra to iSs jd.tneriuO ewes 3s, to 13s 6d, odd pens to 14s 4&, x-brcd ewestosodto 13s 6d, extra to 14s 0.3. lambs were in moderate supply, -'all de scriptions being represented, adu brought 8s6d to 14s fid. Upwards of i,oao- cattle were yarded. Duilocks sold at £7 to £10 10s, steers £5 10s to £6 10s, cows £4 10s to £7 15s. ..Best beef, realised 21s to 23s per loolbs. ? 1! ? -Jr W. S. NORMAN & Co.,-ltmry, report holding their second wool sale of tic season on the 16th instant. Buyers wore;iu good attendance, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 December 1905

For Christmas Presents and , S New Year Gifts l-=s* INSPECT H. Rqsenbloom's WELL-ASSOBTED STOCE OF Watches, Jewellery, Silver=niounted and E P. Goods, Clocks, etc. Reliable Keyless Lever Watches from 12s 6cl. , WfiTCHttflKER flNCS JEWELLER, e©R©wa. THE PHARMACY, ^ext post office, coeowa FF] WILMOT'S HEADACHE WAFERS, I A safe and effective eurc lor nil forms of Headache. Is per box. r PROVED REg^EOgES. E Dr. Barney's Blood and Liver Pilfs, AN'oxc4LDLll'S'EFAM'-v El WILMOT'S UVER FIXTURE, 3S per bottle A» E. WILMOT, Pharmaceutical Cfecmist. Agent for the celebrated Hurstvillc and C'aindcn Sursori--«. Choice Steel; of FJowoi-in.' PiauK etc., on hand. GENERAL IMPORTER, Sanger s street, CEorowa, 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 Doors, and all Harvesting Supplies. Xmas and Wedding Presents. I have jiiM opened a. beautiful assortme...

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Mr. Reid's Plans. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 December 1905

Mr. Reid's Plans. ' I have a very busy year before me, both professionally and ]-olitt- cally,' Mr. Reid said to an ' Even ing News ' representative. ' The Federal general election must take place some time in the year. It cannot be later than December, and I hope it will be considerably earlier, in order that the farming community may have full opportunity of record ing its votes. An election in Decem ber practically disenfranchises many, a course which may be a recommen dation in the eyes of some people. ' There is no obstacle in connec tion with the Senate election s there be ing nothing to prevent their being held several months before the Senator's term begins in January, 1907. Some people 6eem to think that because the new batch of Senators will date from January 1, that there cannot be an election until about the end of the year. That is not the case. The elections might well be held in Sep tember or October for both Houses. ' I propose at as early a date as possible, to visi...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 December 1905

He also has a Large Stock of all Kinds of Harness, including Wac gon, Dray, Spring Cart, Gig, Buggy and Sulky, which he is selling at the Lowest Remunerative Prices, con: sistent with Best Workmanship and Material. He has also secured the Services of an Experienced Harness Hand, so you can depend on getting your Repairs done at the Shortest Notice.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 December 1905

^|^ 'PHE fJ^UTOfe&Gl.^ pURNiSHlffla WAREHOUSE. J|p|^§f^^S|i r : The, largest Stock in the North-East ril^^^^^Oftv A *^ew Special Lines for the Season— JA^^^^^^^aJ^^rySi K^-vSt AA/IEE DOOES, Wire (adjustable) Window Frames, Deck Chairs (wit-proof), Wickeh Fckkitdbe, Verandah Blinds, nil ;^^lcgg^j=jlgjg5BgiSSttll5t~Hll ? V sizes (only the Best kept in stock), LOUNGES, Linoleums to please everybody — over 50 pieces to select from, Drawing fe- WMS2S&J1 '-: ? lltttE^Ml Boom, Diking Room, and Bedroom Suites, Bedsteads and Bedding, PRAMjymd Go-Carts, Fenders and Irons, Caepet ^M IliliiB^^ illiP^flll Our lone exPerienoe in tUe FDSNITUBE BUSINESS is a guarantee Quit yon -will get reliable goods at the Lowest Prices. {illliiiHilP^ ' Illlr 1111 ? Inspect the large and varied Stock — New Designs every week. ? -JJP^^jf IlLJ ALL GOODS CAREFULLY PACKED AND DELIVERED FREE. Wkr'Jfc~m~S^0WKMAN'and Co., ^HllLJjUB^ - - 1LJ1L Rutterglen Furnishing Warehouse, PI JTHFPfil PN. J. CRISFIELD,...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 December 1905

Local and General. ' TBE river was 6ft. lliu. above summer lovel last night. 'V ': . RHEUMATISM.— Tho quick relief from pain afforded by applying Chamberlains' Pain Bnlm is north many times the cost. For sale by T. Parkin, Corowa'...* t. -} TEE WEATHEB.— According to tho re cord at the Post Office the heat on Monday was 97 degrees, and on Tuesday 103. Some folks are inclined to doubt the veracity of the instrument. LODGED FOB PROBAtE ? The Will of Thomas Harris Beady, late of Euthorglon, chemist, who died on l«t- November last, was lodged for probate. The will was made on 8th February, 1891, and by It testator left real and personal property valued at £2843 to Mb widow, and children. HEADAcBfc CanHot Exist— When Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver tablets nre-talteBi Their marvelous Influence on the llrtr and hotels puts ah end to it every time., Ttay, follow NaturVsoftfc .method* doing just what is needed. No other laxa tive ever maae -a» compare mm tnoin lor effectiveness. TSot sale b...

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Love's Labour Lost. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 23 December 1905

Love' 8 Labour Lost. 'Madam, may I kiss these beautiful children f' inquired a candidate for the com ing by-election, in the Midlands, the other day, who was on a tour roand the con stituency, as he leaned over the front irate. ' Certainly, sir ; there is no possible objec tion.' 'They are lovely darlings,' said the would-be M.P., after he had finished the eleventh. ' I have seldom seen more beauti ful babies. Are they yours, ma'am f' The lady blushed deeply. 'Of oourse they ore, the sweet little treasures ! From whom else, ma'am, could they have inherited those limpid eyes, those rosy cheeks, those profuse curls, those comely figures, and those muBioal voices F' Tho lady continued blushing. ' By thn way, ma'am,' said he, ' may I bother you to tell your estimable husband that Richard J. Spouter, Parliamentary can didate for this division, oalled upon him this evening P' 'Excuse me, sir,' aaid the lady, 'Ihavo no hiuhand I' * ' But these children, w^m — you surely ore not a widow P' ...

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Christmas Burglar, Family Starving, PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. COPYRIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 23 December 1905

Family Starving, PUBLISHED BY Kgttclkii ARRANGEMENT. By F. FRANKFORT MOORE, Author of ' One Touch ol Nature,' ' The Jossnmy Bride,' ' T'.i Millionnirps,' 'I forbid the Banns,' ' Beturo of tho l'rodigal,' -- The Fatal Gift,' &c, &o. 00PTEIOHT. lH£E£ is someone Ixy ing to get into the house,' whispered my wile in my ear when she suc ceeded in awak ing me. I recol lected the next day that I had been in the midst of a lovely dream of South Sen adventures, one of which involved a fight with an octopna — a creature that did its level best to crush in my ribs by repeated strokes of its largest tentaole. II had indulged in an excellent GhriBtmas dinner.) ' Eh, what f' I mut tered. 'Someone trying to get ? . Oh, nonsense f How often haven't I told you that no one is going to be such a fool as to run die risk of penal servitude ou so unprofit able ? ' ' r«s«ure you, George, I distinctly heard 'Yes, my dear, you distinctly heard a burglar upon five previous occasions —though, f...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 23 December 1905

Mistress : ' Your late niigtreu does not write a very good nwimmanrlntion. Jut. Mud : ' Ob I she's a very poor wni*r, mum.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 23 December 1905

GEORGE MALOUF & COMPANY, The Busy Drapers, Olive=street, Albury. rTHE RESIDENTS OP COROWA AND DISTRICT.— Our Great Xmas 6alo is now in full swing and giving satisfaction everywhere. Prices lower thnn ever. Parcels over £2 free by rail.- All orders accompanied with remittanoo rcocive our own personal attention. Qpr new season's gooas arc all included in this sale, and enables our country friends to obtain their Xmas supplies at a little over cost price. WRITE TO US AT- ONCE. ? IlBual Sale price price Ladies' Crash Skirts ... 7/11 4/11 „ Col'a Blouses ... 2/11 1/11 „ Block Walking Skirts ? 8/6 5/11 „ White Pique Skirts 6/11 4/6 „ Print Wrappers... 5/6 3/11 „ Corsets ? 2/11 1/11 Usual Sale price price „ Calico Knickers... 1/6 1/- „ Calico Chemises... 1/9 1/- „ Calico Nights ... 2/11 1/11 „ ' Combinations 2/11 1/11 Ladies' Black Bibbed Cotton Hose, 6d, or 3 pairs for 3/3 Cotton Casbmeres ... 1/- Cfd Usual Sale price price Cotton Voiles — dauMe width ,.. ... 1/. 8fd ] Block, Crea...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 23 December 1905

There are some persons vhose censure is praise, and some whose praise is infamy. —La KocbefoucauM. Wherever life » simple and Bane, true ?pleasure ac companies it as fragrance does un cultivated flowers.— Charles Warner. Thin is a lesson iwe cannot learn too toon: that the world can go on easily without us.— Goetbe. ? Idleness is the key to Poverty's door.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 23 December 1905

THE CAUSE AND EFFECT OF GOOSE SKIN. Everyone knows that if the arms be bared on a cold day the skin over a. great part of their surface get* roughened by the sudden rising of ' a number of tine poJDte. TIuf Ls called ' goose skis,' for the reason th. '. it looks very hke the body of t.ljat bin! 'lien He feathers have been plucked. The ]-oinU are made by tiny snusoles contracting round the luoutbe of - certain oricniugs in the skin, more especial ly those which costaJn fine hairs. With the jw»«ng of the cold the rough ness of Wie Bkin goes away. But if the exposure is repeated very often, wid for aiuuiy- hours at a lime, the goose-skin be comes chronic. In other words, tiic bur face has its real structure- altered. Wee. bare-legtpd children are tinongxt the martyrs, idieir poor little shine, aud calves, and knees sometimes get into a most unsightly etate from iieing insuffi ciently clad. About the knee ridges ot thickened ekin form. TJift-e are liable to crack in very cold weather. I...

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WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT. HOME DRESSMAKING. No. 1.—VISITING DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 23 December 1905

i: WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT, :; HOME DRESSMAKING. ' Ko. I.-VffirHNG DKBSS. No. 1.— For risitioc, pretty dress of nut brown cashmere with a cream lace yoke will be found very suitable. If desired the lovrr nart of the sleeves can also be of lace. The scallops are edged witb brown Bod gold silk braid, and the buttons are of blue and gold. No 2.-A CHAKMING WALKING GOWN. l In any of the new cashmeres this would be becoming. The vest is of tucked white silk with lace medallions. No 3.-A PKfetTY WEDDING GOWN. Thi* beautiful gown is of white I^ouis- 1 ine, with deep flounce headed with chiffon I robee, and having a border of rich Uce. ' The same lace forms the fide panels. The cross-over bodice has & vest of lace. No. «.-A PIERRETTE FANCY DRESS. White mercerwed tatera wtraM makt this pretty frock Quite Inexpensively. Th? pomponft could be bought at any draper's, or l.i rpe hliick velvet buttons ooule be made at home. No. 5.-A TAFFETA BLOUSK. Thi; charming new Woubi- in made in a(TeU moum...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 23 December 1905

Local and General. THE river was 6ft. lliu. abovo summur level last night. IN order to give our staff the benefit of a brief holiday, there will be no issue of the CHRONICLE on Wednesday next. FlBE. — The firebell drew a Urge number of people out on Wednesday morning about 1 o'clock. The utmost promptness was displayed in getting out tbe engine, reel and steamer, which were taken without loss of time to the acute of trouble, the chow ground hill, where a four-roomed cottage w»b burning fiercely. The house was the property of Mr. O'Gorman. Owing to the lold the flames had got, and lack of water, there was no chance of saving the house. The servioei of the fire brigade were there fore of little value, unfortunately. It iB not known how the outbreak started. Mr. O'Gorman was away harvesting, but his wife aud family were at the bouse. Tbey were sleeping on the veraudah and eBCapeu in safety. Very little w.,« saved. We understand the property was insured for torn* £300 with the Alliance ...

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