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The Whole Body Laughs. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 23 December 1905

The Whole Body Laughs. When the liver and bowels don't act, life is ? failure. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets wake these drowsy organs, like the sun wakes the earth, and the whole body laughs. It is fun to live when the body is in good trim, but it is never so when tlie liver and bowels shirk duty. There is more happiness in a i/6 box of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets than you ever dreamed of. They stimulate the nervous system and make you feel young again. For sale by T. Parkin, Corowa.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Corowa Presbyterian Church. CHRISTMAS TREE AND PRIZE DISTRIBUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 23 December 1905

Corowa Presbyterian Church. CHRISTMAS TREE AND PRIZE DISTRIBUTION. On Wednesday evening last a gathering which quite filled the build ing assembled in the above Church, the occasion being the Prize Distri bution and Christmas Tree. -A short programme was rendered as follows : Opening hymn ; recitation, ' The Two little Stockings,' Miss Daisy Allan ; Scotch glee, Misses Wilkie, Ritchie (2), Allan (2), Young and Oswald. Two solos by Mr. West, of Rutherglen; a humorous dialogue, ' Wanted a Servant,' by . Misses Alston. D. Allan, I. Martin, Oswald and Ritchie (3). The following prizes were then distributed by Rev. McWatt Allan, who spoke a few words of congratu lation to the winners, and urged the others to work harder and win prizes next year: — Fob ScEirTCBE. Miss Ntilnon's class. — Daisy Eitchie, Ethel Gulliver, Gladys Bitchie. Mrs. Haig's class.— Lizzie Gulliver, Mar) Swan, Frances Martin. lire. Grose's clam. — A. Cameron, 1. Wil son, E, Walker. Mrs. Cameron's class. — I. Thomson, D...

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Home Cookery. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 23 December 1905

Home Cookery. Fio PcDnnra.— Use half a pound of scraps of bread, quarter of a pound of chopped suet, half a pound of fig«, on* egg, three ounces of moist sugar. Soak me ureau in water tin -quite son. squeeze it dry. Add tbe chopped suet, fhe sugar, the figs chopped quite email, and the beaten egg. Boil the pudding in a well-greased puddinf-basin for an hour and a half Mock We.visou Steai.— Take a th;ck slice from a leg of mntton, a tiblespoonful of viregar, one of ketchup, the juice of a lemon, a few strips of the rind, a small onion, four cloves', a little extract of meat, an ounce of flonr, an ounce of butter, a tablexpoonful of red currant jelly. Put ihe steak on a dish with the vinegar, ketchup, the ju'ce of half the lemon, tha onion cut in rings, tbe dorrs, a few strips ttt lemon peel, and leave it to soak for twenty-fonr hours. Grease the bottom of a saucepan, put in the steaLk and seasoning, snd enough water to cover it, and a tablespoonful of me«t extract. Simmer very gently...

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American Volunteer. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 23 December 1905

American Volunteer. Not Gatea bad a singular adreDture an tb« second morning after his arrival at Atlanta to take bis post as a major in tbe 307th. Ha was in bis tent, writincr. when aud» denfy tfat flap was flung away, and a tall young private stepped inside. ' Well, Maje,' said tbe newcomer, geni ally, 'how goes it?' The Major's bead flashed up, but lit spoke without heal. 'Come to attention and salute.' ' Huh I' said tbe private. ' Come to attention and salute.' The private looked at him in resentful amazement, and then inquired :— 'Ye ain't mad, are ye! Aan't nothing to get huffy about, is there?' ' I—. Come to attention and silute.' 'Well,' drawled the private, as be stared, 'stein' as ye are so darn particular, I don't ore if I do— if it'll make yer meala set on yer stomick any better.' Drawing a long breath and grinningjroni cally, he latily pulled bis heel« together and saluted with a flourish. 'There,' he said, with a return to kit earlier genial manner. . 'How's that suit ...

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Corowa Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 23 December 1905

Corowa Progress Committee. The usual monthly meeting of the above Committee was held on Friday afternoon, when there were present : — Messrs. B. C. Piggin, (chmir), P. K. Kifcchie, C. T. Brewer, and R. King. The minutes of the previous meeting were confirmed. The following corre spondence wu received. Public Works Department, through Mr. B. T. Ball, wrote stating the subject of Ladies' Baths was considered to be a matter for the local Council. The Road Superintendent wrote stating - that so fat no grant had been made for road on 42 reserve, Quat Quatta. Road Superintendent Albury, advis ing that vote for Albury to Booma noomana road near 42 mile poGt had been nearly exhausted, as there were previous applications for urgent work from the Council, the work could not be done. The 1905 vote had been . spent on the Corowa to Merton road. A contract had been let for the Corowa to Jerilderie road includ ing, the construction of place men tioned at 11 mile post, and other work between that ...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 23 December 1905

Sporting Notes. The Butherglen annual nee meeting will take floes an Boxing Day. The entries ?re numerous, and good fields should be the order of the a«y. A goodly contingent oiuorovm sports contemplate Tinting in* popular meeting on Tuesday next. A noe meeting will take plaoe at Days dale on Anniversary Day. A suggestion that the A.J.C should hold a Grand National meeting at Bandirick, on the lines of the Flemington fixture, ia warmly supported in New Zealand, from which oountty many hones would be sent to compete. ; Gratnellhas had the silver tube with drawn from his throat, and has said good bye to the raoeoourse. Wamo is for sale or lease as a stallion, it having been found Impossible to train him, ?Fb« first e$lt gut by the imported sire Pistol tit Riconjond Patt, folitji Australjiii U tti be ciillfed Sdri-6i-a:GuiJ.- Pistol is bt Carolrie: §cqtJatici,wa?St th'b point of death oh iirivil iij Western Australia from an .it fecUoii.of tKe bowels, but he wad pulled through bj a loc...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Adeste Fideles. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 23 December 1905

t fldeste fwleJes. This is that Holy Night! 0, world, be still 1 Surely, if we but listen, we shaU he^r^ , Thfc t&t$tlfir\ all the rUminbttf fork doth fill— The Choir of Angles chanting soft and clear ' Glory to God, and on Earth Good-will I' Now, with the Eager Shepherds let us run Across the starlit plains, 'mid shadows dim, To lhat poor shelter where the Mother Maid, 'Ere break of day, her 'first-born glorious Son ?\Vithin a narrow crib adoring laid Because His people found no rest for Him. O ! mighty Love, that we requite so ill ! How. often will Thou deign to seek Thine own, Who gave Thee -yon bare manger for Thy throne ? ??jj/288 ' -i* ~ ?- ?? '?''' ' ; ?' ? ??-??'??? *- 'Come, all ye faithful ; Aet us watch a space ! . ^- MgrrjuMl Joseph will for us aakeroom Tnal'we may look On Him Whose fadicnt face Like some fair flower in all its lovely bloom _-WifchJigfet and. glory fills the lowly place. 2 . Lo!.*w.e have travelled from ft country far, Through years of failure, d...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LAST CARTRIDGE, Whatever your trials in years gone by, No matter howf Care has frowned, May the young 1906 your fortunes refix, And your life with success be crowned. [COMPLETE IN THIS ISSUE.] A South African Christmas Story. COPYRIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 23 December 1905

TT3T ^ IT A CJ ^P IT' A B W tj T tt (T^ US JgL JSu Jlji £%, a JL llji M, ML II JrK, JL jLJ \lx Mm SB EH K5 SSI Ear bs ^B- aiow esv es She/ B b9 VN SS I I hateiter your trials in years gone by, if No matter hovO Care has froutfned, f May the young 1906 your fortunes refix, find your life vOith success be crowned. [COMPLETE IN THIS ISSUE.] COPYRIGHT. A South African Christinas Story. By HE A DON HILL, Author of ' The Queen of Night,' ' Guilty Gold,' ' By a Hair's ?Breadth,' 'The Snies of Uw Wight,' 'The Sentenoo of the Court,' fcc, ic )N t hi m orn ing of the Chnst ^ of 1899 I S e r 1 gea nt fired M e 1 I v i lie, I. ol the I' Thorn 'to n'B i H orse, clat- tered intn i hn Gordons' homestead, and stood' in the kit chen doorway, the picture of a colonial Eoldier who had done his little bit of fighting and wanted more. Bat for once in a way his handsome devil-may-care face was' clouded. 'I bring rough news for you good people,' he said abruptly. 'Our troop bos got orders to clear oat of ...

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The Panter and the Cup. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 23 December 1905

The* Punter and tbe Gap. It was a north suburban iiotel late on Cnp night. ??? 'Sense me, gents,' broke in a red clay fared vagabond, as Biggs and I lifted two lung-sleevers to onr lips. ? Fact is. I'm darned well 'shamed of me^elf. I'd like to «sk jer to 'are a drink with me, but I can't. I'm clcao broke .' Done out of £18,000. gentle. men. true as death !' and I ho tears shone in his bleary pjcb. ?? Clear out of this !' roughly inter rupted the landlord,- and he kicked the Inckless one oat of tbe bar. 'That ?ame did yaro again We've bad no thing else for fire bnurs !' Feeling interested, we called the f] ciwi one back, anl prayed permission for hU story. ' Well, gents,' be began, ' last nitjht I got seven dead birds for Cup Day, and us I couldn't get off work to day (here there was a laugh of derision in the bar), I gives ? bob to old Sain Walker to put, oa Florin for the first race, and, if Florin won, to plank thn 'ole wionin'e on Billingsgate, and so on for tbe seven races. Ter...

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John Arrowsmith CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 23 December 1905

John Arrowsmith BY RODERIC QDINN. Author of ' Mostyn Ftayne,' the ' Hidden Tide,!1'tlie ' Circling Hcarthf,1' Etc CHAPTER I. Tee great iron gates clo6ed behind, and John Arrowsmith stool on the pavement— a free man! He looked up at tbe bine sky. and ihe look was like a hymn of thanks Bivinff. He drank in the clear morning air and theie was a sweet excellence about it that fi led his veins with fresh life. He thrust his atnje out at either sile to their full leng b, be though to brim? h--me to his c nsaouBn-Fs the as6uranc-; that he wn? no longer confined within 6t me walla. He looked np and down the street an i laughed He was free like the wind, to take what way be listed. He tboDgofc to bimeeli tint he would walk on and on and never tire. It was glori'ius to at free again ; and ml the sweets cf existence that had been denied him during hie two years' term of jail were within reach now, red and ready to be plucked and tasted . He turned a last 1' ok at the jail and walked away. He h...

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Walter and Millionaire. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 23 December 1905

Waiter and Millionaire. - An American gin millionaire, who treated vaiten u mere dust of the earth, -aid n ? -San Francisco hotel, ' Aw ! I— ab-rcan- not eat this mutton ; ah— I must have « grilled steak, and— ah— look ntah, I will dine alone in a private room.' - He rose.'and retired with conscious dig nity, and dinner was duly placed before him in elaborate style in a private room, where he was waited upon by a darkey of not over prepossessing appearance, who seemed to' be watch'ng him narrowly. An boyed at. this, the h'gh and nighty one ordered him lo withdraw, which he prompt ly did— behind the great gentlemiu a chair. Presently, however, the darkey stepped forward to set' some little article straight, and the solitary diner, who bad not bee* aware that he was still in the reom, lost all patience. 'I .thought I told you to be gone?' be said angrily. ' I want to be alone, d'yau heahf' ' Yes, sab ; but that am impossible, aah !' replied the nigger firmly. ' Dii darkey in responsib...

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The Last Cartridge (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3). [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 23 December 1905

^Jlfc ||asf darfribge 3g§^ (Continued raott Pjgi 3). BY HEAMH «lti. back to say: 'It would save you fomb ling far those cu-tridgn in the dark il Mary «u to hand them to yon father. ehr1' 'A good notion,' replied Gordon. ' M»ry, my dear, stand by to do »s your mother says, bnt keep out of a line fron the window. This barricade isn't ahot proof.' Casting one lingering glance at her daughter s graceful figure, dimly visible -n the twilight that filtered through the loop hole, the mother turned away to go inri act as sentry in the kitchen. There also the window was blocked with- an itnpro Tised barrier of wood and -pillow eases stuffed with euth, 'bnt, hastily removing some of the latter, she opened the wmdov and threw something out Then with a sigh of relief, she replaced the defences and set her eye to the loophole. Oat at the hack 'no foes were yet to be seen, and she listened— listened till the drams of her ears wen nigh bunting — for sounds from the sittingroom. The tension was bro...

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Convent School Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 23 December 1905

Convent School Concert. The average . school concert is a wearisome performance to all but the friends and parents of those taking part. In this direction, however, the ladies in charge of St. Mary s Con vent School stepped out of the rusk and organised an entertainment which not only drew a crowded house but kept them interested and well pleased. The children took their parts with every evidence of painstaking train ing, and there was none of that awkward stiffness and hesitating nervousness peculiar to most juvenile performances. The entrances and exits particularly were examples of wonderfully perfect drilling, ever)1 movement being executed with the utmost precision and harmony. Es pecially noticeable was this in the song in character, ' Sailors, Soldiers, and Tradesmen/' by the eeBjo'r boys, \0iose niarlial evolutions brought down tlie hottae, which insisted upon a well-appreciated repetition.- The' opening chorus was very rjretty; the children all being dressed in white and ca...

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Andrew Lang on "Hacks." [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

Andrew tang on 'Hadu.' The notions of Major Pendennls, who. had a hack for nephew, still exist. So, writes Mr. Andrew L.anB. To be a hack, . people think. Is to be destitute of g-enlum and mechanical. Yet we could easily, add to our list of men of genius who ; were hacks, like Thackeray In his early | career, luce Hood, like a hundred others . . . of honourable names. The notion ii th&» i the artist takes pleasure In his work, while the hack doeB not. But the back, can elevate hie function by doing It with ' pleasure, with a zest, whatever the work may be. A man may delight. It he be: happily tempered, even In making an In- , iex. To make an Index 1b really rather. enjoyable, and a good Index, even, will not be compiled without enjoyment. No doubt Dr. Johnson enjoyed his own dic tionary. Mr. Lang; can conceive a man writing with a zest even sermons at lialr- - a-crown ; they will scarcely be worth the ' half-crown If he does not. The lowly estate is also elevated by its moti...

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A Mysterious Impulse. Have You Ever Felt Like This? [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

A Mysterious ImpnUe. Bare Yon Ever Felt Like ThU? A good many years ago (says a writer In the ' Weekly Scotsman') I waa stand ing at night on the Dean Bridge along with a friend ot mine who bag sine* gained distinction as a scholar »naJ«J vine. 'Have you ever,' ?'??f'f;™: 'thotieht of the mystery of height? Have you ever experienced Its curious Influence 7' We compared our experi ences and found them to be partly simi lar and partly dissimilar. The effect of looking from a height on my friend was to arouse a desire to precipitate bunaelf from the altitude wherein he stood, a desire that Increased the longer hegased into the deep below. I have since heard from certain others that their experience Is exactly slmltor. The height, on the verge of which they stand, at once repels and fascinates them. They would shrink back from the abyss, yet the ' mystery of height' mas ters them, and detains them in a state or singular nervous tension. One man whom I know assures me that the Im pressio...

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Wedding at Springhurst. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

Wedding at Springhurst. A fashionable wedding took place at ' Oakbank,' the residence of Mr. Eoht. Allison, tbe contracting parlies being Mr. A^ C. Wilmsliurst, manager of the Ovens and Murray Dairy Co., Ltd., Springlmrst, and Miss Amy Allison, eldest daughter of Mr. B. AIUsod. The ceremony was per formed by the Rev. G. A. Lambie, of Wangoratta. Tlie bride was nicely dressed in crepe de chine, and wore the usual wreath and veil, and car ried a bridal bouquet, and was attend ed by her sister Harriet as brides maid, who was very prettily attired in a dress of creme voile, and wore a gold and pearl crescent brooch, tbo gift of the bridegroom. The bride groom was attended* by Mr. J. E. Hughes as best man. After the ceremony about 40 friends and rela tions of tbe happy couple sat down to a sumptuous wedding breakfast. After the breakfast tho wedding party drove to the railway station where the newly married couple took the afternoon train for Bright, where they iutend to spend the honeym...

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Rutherglen R. C. Races. SOMEDAY WINS A DOUBLES. OFFICE BEARERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

tluinfeFgietT &C7 Races. SOMEDAY WINS A DOUBLE. OFFICE BEAREllS; , . President : W. R. Comuu'us, Esq. Viee-PresidMits : S. P. Gollings. Esq., H. XV. Allen, Esq., H. McKay, 13sq. Treasurer: J. Geoghcgan, Esq. Judge : Dr. Harris, J.P. Hnndicnpper : If. Mitchell, Esq. Stewards: Messrs. \V. R. Coinmim, S. P. Gollings, M. Martin, 3. Googliegnii, A. Prentice, J.P., H. McKay, J. Logan, and Dr. Kearney. Clerk of Scales : Mr. \V. Pai-lctt. Starter: Mr. 7. HiakinR. Clerk of Course : Mr. A. Gill. Secretary : Mr. T. Drcnon. Any nice uieotiug held on Boxing Day necessarily takes a big chnnee of a scorcher. Buthcrglen was no exception to the rale, the thermometer trotting up to about 104 ill the shade. Consequently, the attend ance was not very big. The fields in most cases were rather small, owing, no doubt, to other mcc meetings being held in the district. The starting gate did not work too well, and consequently the starts all round were rather unsatisfactory. In the trial handicap the...

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Bowel Complaint in Children. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

Bowel Complaint in Children. During the summer months children are subject to disorders of the bowels, and should receive the most careful attention. As soon as any looseness of tbe towels is noticed, Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy should be giveu. Get a bottle to-day J it may save a life. For sale by T. Parian Corowa.

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. DECEMBER 15, 1905. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

SMALL DEBTS COURT. December 15, 1905. George Clancy v P. Quinn, hire of horse and vehicle, and rent of ? house, £1 7s 6d. Verdict for plaintiff, with 13s costs.

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[?]MBER 22, 1905. C. E. Oslear, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

' .:O3MBEB22, 1905. C. E. Oslear, P.M.) William Henry Watkins, under remand, was charged with stealing a letter sent by post, containing postal notes and stamps to the value of £1 16s 4d, the property of the Post master-General. Constable Osbome cave evidence of arrest and recovery of portion of the stolen property. Evidence was also given by Miss Coora, postmis tress at Bulgaudra, Mr. B. G. Ander son, grazier, of Mobonga Park, Miss Frances Bailey of Haudley, Mr. Hancbette of Mahonga station, and Mr. Thos. Stalker, of Mahouga. Accused, who had nothing to say in reply, was committed for trial to the Albury quarter sessions to be - held on the 13th February next.

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