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Police Court. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27. (Before Mr. M. Longfield, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

Police Court. Wednesday, December 27. (Before Mr. M. Longfield, J.P.) Marlin Brennau, charged with in decent language, was fined £2 or 14 days.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

No woman can he plain who liaB beauti ful teeth made by R, N. BULL, next P.O., Corowa.*

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Walbundrie Police Court. DECEMBER 15, 1905. (Before Messrs O. Dewham and Heppner, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

Walbundrie Police Court. DECEMBEE 15, 1905. (Before Messrs 0. Dewham and Beppner, J's.P.) William Henry Watkins, under voiv-.vt1, \\r-: i 'larged with stealing ii*.. -??.*?. i y post between Bu\ , . -idi-A ??-?.? Mahonga, containing ;.. o.i noli--* ;'.iu'i stamps to the value ?? ? ??'. ' ? ?'' die property of tbe ;'?.??:; 'jii^lci1 -;-??!? nil. Oc'^LUi'uie sJ^iiorno who arrested the accused applied for a further re mnnd until the 22nd inst., for pro ? Uiriiou of further evidence, which wsif ^i'.uited. .(-n -table Cameron, of Walla \Wk. v Samuel Elemke, having to ?? ver in his possession during -:!-.'-?? i season. Defendant pleaded M'jiiv and was fined £2, and 6s costs. Henry Lewis Wiukleman v. Emma Kierasb, failing to give up possession (?' 1-i.iri ???,. No appearance of ;?:?? ?'- i-. ie struck out.

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BERRIGAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

BERRIGAN. A few weeks ago a public meeting was held, with theobject of forming a brass bawl. Mr. O. D. Roberts signified his willingness to give free tuition for three months, provided the necessary instruments were pro cured. Tlie matter was taken up with enthusiasm, and the required amount subscribed. There are se veral members here who have in struments of their own, and doubtless favorable progress will be made. Although the rainfall to date for the year shows 1617 points, house holders are keenly feeling the want of water for domestic purposes. Berrigan household property owners display supreme indifference to the necessity of providing im adequate number of iron tanks to each tene ment, consequently one part of the year tenants are forcetl lo see thousands of gallons of rain water go to waste, whilst the other they ex perience a water famine. Surely such callous behaviour is deserving of comment. Notwithstanding the lateness of stripping operations, the new seasons wheat is ar...

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THE OLD AND THE NEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

THE OLD AND THE NEW. As the old year dies out, men Instinctively look back at tlie past and gone hours, and count the good and ill, and usher the new year in with brave resolutions. Aud as it is with individuals, so with nations and countries, for one is but the union of the other. And, to-day, looking back on the hours and days that have passed in our national life, we are filled with the know ledge of wasted opportunity. The condition of Australia is not satis fying to the patriotic mind. She stands, an outpost of civilisation, aloue, and, alas, weak. Her almost illimitable areas of rolling plains and rich dales are undeveloped — undeveloped in the modern sense. Her population, as nations are measured, issoinfinitesimallysmall as to provoke the laughter of the countless hordes that lurk on her northern coasts. And yet .the Par liament of Australia, so far from devoting attention to these great aud urgent issues, wrangles unceasingly over measures and contrivances the ultimate resu...

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On the Fringe of the Crowd. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

/^^tiiii^^pttte:^ : Growl. [Bt OKtCidKEfe.] ' the Onlooker sees most ol tbe Gamo.' , The peace, and goodwill period has linrumed past, and fellows are shaking down to graft again. And, likewise, making good resolutions for the New Yeir which they have no intention of keeping. Resolutions are rash sorts of things, anyhow. For days before Xmns time the trains are crowded with folks travelling out for enjoy ment, and for hours sitting mostly on nothing. The trains run late, and luggage becomes a mangled night mare. Kids cry, women scold and fret, men swear, and the railway fellows become temporarily deranged, and everyliody resolves never to take it on again. But they will. And, after all, it is a change, and that's what we mostly hunger for. Just now we're cussing the heat, and later on will he cussing the cold ; when a man's single he breaks his .neck to get married, and when he 's married — well, they ' crack hardy,' but, — you know ! * . * * Sometimes people get so keen on tills ch...

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District News. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

District News. (From our own Correspondents.) [Details of local events will lip gladly received from bona-fido contributors. Help us by keeping your district well in the public eye, and you will be helping your selves.— V.I). C.C.I

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UNITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

UNITY. The terms of the letter instructed to be sent to the Mulwala Farmers' and Settlers' Association by the Secretary of the Closer Settlement League, should have the desired effect of joining these two bodies in a common purpose. The Mulwala branch is undoubtedly a progres ive body, and, having been steadily fighting for closer settlement since its inception, would naturally.be disinclined to take any secondary part in the movement locally. When they understand, however, that there is no wish on the part of the Corowa league to establish separate- branches in any antago nistic spirit, but simply to obtain their co-operation, their support is assured, rrom correspondence al ready received, that is beyond dis pute. And the members of .the Mulwala Association must realise the importance of closer settlement too keenly to deny the palpable truth that it is a movement .which affects not only the farmers and settlers of this State, but every man in it who has to depend upon his own lab...

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LATEST SPORTING. [BY SPECIAL WIRE.] [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

LATEST SPORTING. [By Special Wiee.] Mutation aud Handsome are favorites at 5tolfortheCarringtouStakes. MarvolJLooh and Ossian are 8 to 1 for Sydney Tatter sail's Cup.

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

Loei-1 arid (_*r\efdt. THR river was 4ft. above summer level last night. nHEUMATlStf.— The quick relief from pain afforded bv applying Chamberlains' Vm Balm is wo'rth many times, tlie cost. For sale by T. Parkin, Corown'. ? Postal, AnBAKGEitENTs.— On New Year's Day, (Monday next), tlie Corowa Post Office will be open for public business from 9 a.m. till 12 noon, and C p.m. till 8 p.m. BvnON ESTATE.— Lithograph plans of the Bvron Estate, which lias been sub divided to be sold by auction on February 10, on exceptionally easy terms, ns per advertisement in another column, may be inspected at this office. PnEBBrTERIAN CHUHCH.— The interior of the above church has boon much im proved by tho addition of new dark maroon repp pulpit draping, cushion and curtain, the gift of Mrs. Oswald senr., who also pre sented rwo puipit lamps. BUSH PlEES.— A fire broke out yester day on All Saints, opposite Corowa. A quantity of grass in the flat paddock was burnt before the flames were subdued. A fire a...

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Sporting Notes. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

Sporting Notes. RACING FrXTOBES. Overtou B.C. January 1. Bcechworth — January 1. Chiltern— January 1 and 2. TaUangatta— January 1. Hanging Bock — January 1. Benalla — January 29. Cootainundra — Fobruary G and 7. Goulbura»— February 9 and 10. Springhurat— February 21. Benalla (Cup Me-''*-1' .'.i-.Hl i. The jockey P«r!.'..- . ?..*. ii: ?rt.' torn. at the Ruthcrgle )??. . - . ? ?? E?x'ij[ Day, riding no It o i:. ? . ? ? ...;? ? -!? -f seven races on th'. yiw ,. ?. ; ? The ViUiers Bf-.- ????: .: I-::.:.-;-.!. . Boxing Day, was \ .-j ' Ti ?!:.? i:, v'i ':.- ?, Cakewalk by a hea. . ?- , .'?.-. -i; Iliij.j ... off third. Tho m:v.- : :v:u-:. ... . ;: 1.' The Summer Cup proved s good thing for Mr. \V. P. Crick's Ossian, who beat Marvel Loch by a neck, Elvo being three lengths away third. The Caulfield Cup winner started favorite at 5 to 2, Ossian, who was well backed, being second favorite at 9 to 2. The Hopetoun Cup, the principal event of the V.A.T.C. Boxing Day Meeting, was won by Proceed...

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Short Story. Colonel Fitzdominiok's First Love. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

Short Story. Colonel Fitzdominiok's First Love. M m «* ft dinner party «bat uidy Otto tart met Ootand IMtzDoaolalck. 'A most Interesting man,' Lady Qkrirndbo had said. 'Mot I' cried hady Oaro pemlantiv — H was one of her bad d«y». ' I hare OTvr met « real main.' ' TM you Mv« bod some experience, luigbed Lttdr Glenljrodon. 'Of «htoB»-llke that'— ln-H«itliiff irtth ? glano* on tnolTonsIvo eMor.y Kfong ^enHemirj who was In tue bn-bit - dlnlns out every n3eM of tils lift'. isd was not knovm to bare max other tBOertaimuile object In vIcw-4-n this world, &t amy rate. huHy Olenlyndan forol-orr- to urse Hip foot that a woman vrho tans once bcrni nurted, and l-as been so brutally Seated by her husband that she \v:ik Obliged to fly to lier father for pmtec flan, must (hare bud some cxpcrirM'v of i real man-of « kind. She evmparhlmxi leeply -wJbh Lady Oaro on tills point, fur 'her own first husband hiw1 'x^o.i rery far from nn angrf. 'OoloneJ IMtzDoiutiUck Is rms In trery sranse of tii...

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Commercial. LOCAL RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

Commercial. LOCAL BETAIL PEICES. Bute (factory) Is Id. Butter, (dairy), to lid. Cheese, 9d to lOd. Eggs 6(1 to 7d. Bacon, 9d to MM. Hani, le to Is 2d. Currants, 5jd to Gd. Eaisins, 5d to 6d. Onions, (]-er. cwt.), 6s. Potatoes, 11s. Oats, 2s Gd to2s9d. Fowl feed, 3s. Bran, Is. Pollard, Is 3d. Flour, 16s to 17s. Chaff, £3. MB. J. D. FBASER reports the following private land sales at satisfactory prices : — House and land on the Showground Hill, on account Mr. Percy Yatcs to Mr. Walter Guskctt. Also on account Mr. J. M. Gooke, town allotment with frontage of 50ft., both to Snnger and Reisling-street to Mr. D. L. Tait.

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MELBOURNE, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

MELBODBNE, Friday evening. Win. Ager, a well-known amateur ? horseman, was thrown while riding at the Meenyan races, and lies in a critical condition in tlie Melbourne hospital with his spine fractured. His recovery is improbable. At the inquest on the body of Wen. Peasely, coroner Chandler found that deceased met his death by walking out of a window at the Shamrock Hotel while asleep. His parents testified that he was a frequent somnambulist, After full inquiry, the Prime Min ister (Mr. Deakin) has decided that the Assyrian, Eiblmrd Malouf is ari ^ ???11 j ? ? ? i ?! -i.. . 4 unaesimme irmuigiunt, ana reiuseu to let Tiim remain iu the Cdmrrioii wealth. Mr. Taverner, tho Agent-n,Mn?;:.i': has written to the Prernii i (.YIY. Sent), informing him that the man ipulation of butter in Engl--.'! -.'' Europe has become such a ;-?:? ari as to puzzle the analytical clomirts and urges restrictive legislation.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

h a^^^jj. THE ffUTHERGLEN pURNIStilH^ ^jyfl REHOUSE. j|p?g-^^^^JL The largest Stock in the North-East M WS^^SswL A few Special Lines for the Season al /^JOl ^^^^^J^SJr IH K^S| 'TTTIBE DOORS, Wibe (adjustable) Window Frames, Deck Chaibs (ant-proof), Wicker Fdiinitdee, Verandah Blinds, all [ffc^sE egggMBJaBinSBHilliiMMSM VV sizes (only the Best kept in stock), LOUNGES, LINOLEUMS to please everybody — over 50 pieces to select from, Drawing II Sp^jlf ia^fe^ . — ? 'llfH^Ml EooXf. Dkiko Boom, and Bedroom Suites, Bedsteads aud Beddikq, Peams and Go-Cahts, FSmdehs and Irons, Carpet II W IE i81§iS'#^ llllP*ill Our lonfi exPe'once iu tlle FURNITURE BUSINESS is a guarantee that you will get reliable goods at the Lowest Prices. n (111 lHHiiifr ' fllll Inl ~~~ Inspect the large and varied Stock — New Designs every week. ? II «J W^ ^^fc iilLJ ALL COODS CAREFULLY PACKED AND DELIVERED FREE. M# ? ^''^SrYOUNKMAN and Co., ^?iL-ilMg- ''? m™{ Rutherglen Furnishing Warehouse, RUTHERQLEN. J. CRISFIELD, M....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

XMAS PRESENTS. Cameras, Kodaks, and Photographic Outfits make charming Xmas Presents. We import direct nil the best Cameras ana other goods used in this fascinating art and give you best value for your money. Ho. 1 Brownie Cameras 6s, No. 3 Brownie 10s, Sellable, easily worked, 1 -plate Mftgaiine Cameras, made in London to our wecifiostlon, Hi 6d, 17s 6d. Fold Bg Cameras and Accessories, 26s, 9Ss, *-plate to whole plate slie Cameras, tripod and aooessorios, complete, from 87s 64 to £8 10s, Full instructions by professional irea to beginners. SKINNER'S PICTURE QALI,ERY» ^faH3^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

Hudson's nedical Hall. WITH SUMMER COME EYE COMPLAINTS. For Thirty-Three Years THREE FAMOUS REMEDIES have thriven in Riverina. Golden Eye Drops ? 2s Golden Eye Ointment ? 2s Golden fly Lotion... ? is POSTED EVERYWHERE. THEY FIX: Bad Eyes, Sore Eyes, Inflamed Eyes, Weak Eyes, Ply-Bitteu Eyes. GI LLI E5,CHEMIST.«-R0WA. TflBlJE - BEER, Per 6d. Bottle. OBTAINABLE AT ALL HOTELS, AND WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS. BREWED BY THE flLBURY BREWING * /V1LTING COHPflNY, LTb. Xmas and New Year Gifts ! OPINIONS may differ as to (be trentment meted out to Kesv South Wales bv tlie Federal Parliament, bat 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, aud a host of Toys for the little ones, InsrJe-ctioti Cordially Invited. Specially imported Balloons given away at Xiiias to all Purchasers. For Christmas Presents and New Year Gifts IS' INSPECT H. ...

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Care of Horses' Shoulders. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

Care of Horses' Shoulders. ? ' At all times of the year, but more particularly in hot weather during harvest time, farm liorsbs are liable to get sore shoulders. When this occurs the animals are subjected to great pain during working hours, and wlien tliej- ought to be at rest they are tortured by flies, which are so numerous that they amount to a plague in the northern districts. The chief cause of sore shoulders is on account of bully-fitting collars ami hames. Every horse should have its own working collar and hames, care should be taken that they fit properly and none other should be used. In the process of coll.ir-makiug the leather is cut and sewn dry, but be fore it is stuffed and put into form it is soaked and made as pliant as water ciui make it ; then it is filled and placed on a block or form, supposed to bo about the breadth and thickness of a horse's neck, where it is shaped to contour by beating and manipulat ing tbe surface, after which it is left to dry and hold its ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

li J. NotTtiaii aiid Co., II fTEA^ COFFEE* AND COCOA MERCHANTS, |::|:;: ' '^ '; Albury, .' '??..'/' '?HAVE much pleasure in.. informing' tbo Public that the necessity no longer exists for sending to Melbourne or Sydney for a REALLY GOOD TEA. *v All out'Teat are direct from Growers, handled only by ourselves, and being EXPERTJJU^NI^ERS wc guarantee to'pleaso the most fastidious taste, and DEFJ^cOMfjgTJTlON. W0T Send for Trial Package of our Delicious Teas. ~w 'W tins: nib*, lsibs, soibs, 28ibs.- in chests: 60ibs, soibs, iooibis. At Is, Is 3d, Is 6d, Is 9d, and 2s per lb. ? AND COMPARE IT WITH ANY TO BE HAD IN THE .: COMMONWEALTH. Teas packed lor the Trade. All Orders receive prompt attention. $S» NOTE THE ADPEESS :— H. J. Normaii* jir|i Co., ??; -,v. . *j KtMrk-skREET, ALBURY. Bicycle Works, Sanger-street, Corowa. MACHINES built to older Stem £10 10s to f 14 10s, with 12 months' guarantee, samples of which can be seen on the premises. ' .- : 8 All our Machines arc carefully tested be...

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Religious Notices. SERVICES FOR DECEMBER, 1905. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

Religious Notices. SEEVICES FOB DECEMBEn, 1905. C'HL'BCH OF Snglakd.— Divine Services will (D.V.) he held as foUows : Decemher 31, Howlong 2 p.m., Corowa, 7.30 p.m. W. CL.U1KE HOSE, Archdeacon. Chobch'o^Englakd, wahgustah, — Service every Sunday' at ft'ahguuyab. State School at 11 a.m. / „ , a;j. E.Habbis-Hivett. Catholic .Onuncu.— Mass will heeele br.iled -jist follows during .the summer mouths :— First Sunday cf mouth, Corowa 8 a.m.; Howlong, 11 a.m. Fifth Sunday Corowa, 6 a.m. ; Lowesdalc, 11 a.m. All other Sundays— Corowa, 8 and 10 a.m. Only one Mass at Corowa 8 a.m., Sunday, 31tt Decemher. Hev. P. HICKEY. Codowa— Howlong pbesbytebian GHUBCH.— Divino Services will bo held as follows :— December 31— Corowa, 11 a.m. Hopeficld 8 p.m., Howlong, 7.S0 p.m.— -Rot. H. . llichio. H Powlong il.30 a.m., 'Balldale fl p.m., Corowa '7.80 p.m.— Rev. 'A. JIcWatt-AlUn. REV. A. JICWATT-AiLAN. ilBTHODiST CnDBCH.— Corowa. Ser vices', as : follows on Sunday next, — De- cember 81. Corowa, 11 a.m., an...

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