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

W. L. Taylor * Co., - (Walter L. Taylor, Geo. C. Morphett) aOeTIONEERS, ^DdCKAKD STATION AGENTS, WHEAT BUTEBS. , Agents for !^3Jie Australian Mutual Provident Society. ? - The Ocean Accident Co. ?The Australian Mutual Eire Insur * ' ? ance Co. The Boyal Insurauce Co. . l^Dougoll's Sheep Dip. Cohoe and tValster's Babbit Poisoner. The Australian Mutual Fire Insur .-.' ance Association of Austral -'&'?'?.' Asia, Limited. ''';*?':'..?? ' _____ j' f- ? Offices : -'::; BANGEE STREET, COROWA. Wheat ! W. L. TAYLOR & CO. Grain Buyers, Corowa. FREE STORAGE. CHEAP MONEY. Wo have £2(5,000 Trust Moneys to lead on Broad Acres in sums to suit at 4%, 4J%, and 4J%, according to security. W. L. TAYLOR & CO., Corowa. W. S. NORMAN & CO., AUCTIOXEEBS, WOOL BBOKERS, CHAFF AND GRAIN BITERS. Sales of Skins, Hides, Tallow, ete., every Fourth Friday. NEXT SALE : Friday, 5th January. LIBERAL ADVANCES HADE. Townsend-street, Albury. HUQEN AND ILSLEY'S ' THALMA ' PHOTOGRAPHIC STUD...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket. COROWA v VIGNERONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

Cricket. COBOWA v YIGNEBONS. A match was played on Saturday afternoon between the Corowa and Vignerons teams, resulting in au easy win for the Corowa boys. Owing to pressure on space we arc unable to publish the individual scores.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

LATEST T§_-__GliAfliS; STDNEy, Friday night , Mr. John Perry, M.P.:fdr Bich: mond, drew Ossian, in Tattereall's Sweep; winning £4000, . £?'? ^V**'-. Victor Daley; tne \v6Il-faio'wii |-pej; and writer of verse, died in Sydney this morning. ' ' ? ' Mrs. Elizabeth Terrie, of Wavct ley, die- to-day from tho effects of self-adinmistered poison. Governor Bawson's landing from the Orrnuz at Neutral Bay was con ducted quietly. There ?were no offi cial proceedings on account of ghe recent death of Lady Eawsou. '3

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

A Mother of Twelve. ' About four years ago,' writes Mrs E. E. Wnrneminde, North Pines (Q.) 'my little boy, then about five weeks Old, bad a severe attack of diflrrlicca, and though I was giving liim tlie medicine prescribed he did not seem to get anv -ctter. I had seen in tlie ratters that Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy had cured cases similar to his, so t thought I would give it a trial. To my great relief he showed improve ment alter the first dose, nnd it only took a couple of doses to completely cure my infaut. lam amotherof twelve children, and after my experience I can safely re commend it.' For sale by T. Parkin, Corowa.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CABLES. (REUTERS.) LONDON, Friday morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

CABLES. (Beuteiis.) London, Friday morning. The position at Moscow is grow ing more critical. Tlie troops are past the officers' control ; the latter are unnerved with the constant strain. The insurgents occupy out lying stations, and allow disaffected troops to enter Moscow, where the insurgents disarm them. They have also massacred several batches of soldiers captured, as they resented the latter' s loyalty to the Govern ment. The total number of leading revolutionaries arreBted in St. Peters burg amounts to 700. Seventy-four factories, nominally employing 44,385 hands, are idle. The CosBacks, with out any provocation, invaded a fac tory which had resumed work. A stone was thrown whereupon the Cossacks fired a volley into the factory, killing and wounding 30. Some drunken Cossacks beheaded a workman in the street. The orowd attacked them and killed two Cos sacks. The revolutionaries, angry with the railway men for resuming work, have derailed several trains, one of which was carry...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fish Facts, and Fancies. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

Fish Facts, and Fancies. [By Spoon Bait,] The Fisheries Board have decided to substitute 'length ' for 'weight' at which fish may be lawfully taken. Under tho new rule the length 'for cod is fifteen inches ; bream, perch, or catfish, nine inches. Anglers will want to carry a foot-rule with them in future, although I reckon a lot will go without. Local fiehors don't seem to appreciate the new inuova tion much. Although anglers generally had uot a very successful time during tbe holidays, some who went out on Xnias day and stayed over night had fair hauls. Messrs. J. Niell mid A. Parkin, who hooked 501bs. between them, had one fish weighing' 271bs., which is encouraging. Messrs. F. Burrows and J. Chivell got on to some good fish from all accounts. I hear that a party at Tarramia, on the Vic. Bide, caught a 401b. and 421b. cod early in the week. The fishing competition will be held at Gibbs Point on Monday, pro viding there are sufficient competi tors. Up to date there are but a few wh...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket Notelets. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

Cricket Notelets. [By E. E. Marks.] Corowa played well up to form on Saturday last when they met and defeated the Vignerons for the second or third time. Henderson was move successful with the ball than for some time past — I fancy if he would return to his old liigh delivery he would. l-e more successful still. Mclnnes, though not as successful as on his fii-6t appearanco, had the batsmen in trouble, took wickets, kept tho runs down, and made a most brilliant catch off his own bowling. Hay bowled well — used his head a bit — and se cured a most dangerous wicket, be sides another with the help of that prince of slips, H. F. Bayliss. By the way, a word in your ear, captain ! Judging by his fielding as ' sub.' for your opponents, he is not so smart and sure out of slips — ' Dieu sit pour quoi.' Perhaps lie's lazy, for results keep him where he does not have to use his legs. ?- On the other hand uso Hay in the deep field — ' manibus pedibusque ' he is all there. For these suggestions I...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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MELBOURNE, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

Melbourne, Friday night. The wheat business is confined to the shipping trade. Private cables report home market nominal at 32s a quarter. Local shippers arc buying on that basis. Local wheat uoinltial at 8s 5d, Prime oats, Al gerian milling, 1« 8jd to Is 9d ; heavy feed Is 7{d to Is 8d ; light Is Gd to Is 7d ; in ferior Is 5d ; stout white and Tartarian, Is lOd. Bran, 9Sd; Pollard: lOJd. Flour, export demand dull £7 5s. Potatoes quiet, £5 to £G; New, £7 10s. Onious dull. Chaff quiet, prime GOs to G2s Od : good GOs to 55s.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. [BY WIRE-REUTER.] SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. tBr WIB.E— REOTEB.] Sydney, Friday night. New wheat is quoted at 3s 1\A. to 3s 3d : old, 3s 7Jd.' Oats, 2s to 2s 3d. Chaff, £3 10a to £3 15s.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MORE MISLEADING REPORTS. To the Editor COROWA CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

MORE MISLEADING REPORTS, To tho Editor COBOWA CHBONICLE. Sir, — If I may offer a word of friendly ad vice, let this matter drop. At best it is of small moment, and since vourcoutempororv writes with such animus and spleen 'twere scarce worth reply — ' Silence ye wolves ! while Ralph to Cyn tma bowls, Makiug night hideous, auGwer him ye owls.' The public discriminate ' before they trust in critics who themselves arc sore,' aud it is greatly to be regretted— this storm in a tea-cop gave promise of amusement, but fair play is bouuy play — that your contem porary in writing ' ' ' With hand less mighty, but with heart more black, ' ? „ - With voice too willing to decree the rack,' should so far have descended from the pedestal of decent journalism ns to publish the article appearing iu his last issue under this same heading. It is a somewhat scurrilous attnek tu my thinking, full of personalities aud much narrow miudedness — 'vox et praeterea nihil.' For your readers' and reputation's fa...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"That Harvester!" [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

'That Harvester!' After the irrefutable proof fur nished in our last issue of the trivial nature of our contemporary's action in the ahovo matter, it is hardly worth while reverting to the subject. Additional proof, however, has come from such au unexpected, and may we say unintended quarter, that wo feel compelled to give further space to same. The following letter ap peared in the last issue of the ' Free Press,' following an irrelevant and erratic lot of matter unworthy of comment : — Sir, — 'The Chronicle,' in making a cor rection re *' That Harvester,' did not do so truthfully. It only corrected, at the sug gestion of the free l'ress,' the name ol the farmer, Mr. Steele ; the machine is, aud was, at the time of alleged damage, on Mr. Anderson's property at Brocklesby, 6 miles from Mr. Steelc's residence. The first statement in the 'Chronicle' was that the machine was turned over (an abso lute lie). As to the machine going into thistles or other foreign matter to do dam age IF T...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

. SYDNEY MARKET. BYDNEY, Thursday,— New wheat was easier. Exporters are not prepared to ofier more than 3s 8d f.o.b. Country rnillors are giving 3s Sid for limited quantities, to be delivered promptly. There is no demand for old wheat, of which a few thousand bags remain in store. Flour sold at £ 7 16s to /8 5b. Sales of comsHcks were made at fls Pd. Business in produce was extremely quiet,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MAEKET. SYDNEY, Thursday.— At Homcbush to day, 13,996 sheep and lambs were penned. The sheep comprised merino wethers and ewes in nearly equal proportion. Meiiuo wethers brought Ids to 16s ; extra prime to lCs 3d ; crossbred wethers, 12s to 15s Gd ; merino ewes, 7s to 12s Gd ; extra prime to 18s ; crossbred owes, 9s0d to 14s 9d. Lambs of which 2,500 were penned, including all descriptions, brought 8s Gd to 14s 3d. The 1,588 cattle yarded comprised all descrip tions. There was fair competition at the rates ruling during .the early part of last Thursday's sales. Bullocks sold from £1 to £11 ; odd yards, to £11 6s ; steers, £5 to £6 10s ; cows, £4 to £7 10s f odd to £8. Best light beef 28s and heavy beef 22s per 1001b.

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Lake Moodemere Regatta. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

Lake Moodemere Regatta. The Regatta at Lake Moodemere on New Year's Day affords the op. portunity for a splendid outing, possessing as it does the attractive ness of novelty. Better surroundings for hot ' C'ristmasy ' weather can not be got limn the cool dear water, and shady gi}ms. Tho conditions are ideal for picnic parties held iu conjunction with tho regatta. The secretary, Mr. Frank Bolt, has every thing in good working order. The entries are as follows, and the num ber of same promises a fine day's sport : — Maiden Boce. — Butherglen Miners, Cob ram and Lake. Challenge. — Corowa, Ruthorg'on, Buthcr glen Miners, Colinun (2 crows), and Lake. Maiden Handicap. — Lake, Oobnvm, and Rutberglen Miners. PrtirOarod. — Cobram, Eutherglen Miners, Rutherglon, Corowa, and Lake. Open Handicap. — Lake, Cobram, Euthcr glou Miucrs, Rutberglen, uud Corowa. Woodchoppiug Contest. — 16 entries. Quoit Match. — 11 entries. Entries for other events arc taken on the ground. The crop yield from all acco...

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

LOCAL MAEKET. The local wheat market is somewhat cosier, prices now ruling being 2s lOd Cor owa, 2s lOjd Wabgunyab. The tendency nt present is downward. Wheat is coming forward in good quantities and is generally a good sample. Most of the local grain is going Melbourne way. Oats Is quoted at lsCd.

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Border Rowing Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

Border Rbwirigf Cldb. On Friday evening, 22nd inst., at the Terminus Hotel, Corpvm, the members of tlie above Club met; to discuss various matters of interest to the Club's welfare. There .wore present': Messrs; Albert Oam'pim (in chair), B. F. Gardner, C. Clayton, 3. Nugent, J. Youngs, A. V, Ritchie, W. Thomson, B. Woodman, F. Nixon, and A. J. Camplin (secretary). The minutes of the two previous meetings were read by the secretary and confirmed by the meeting. The rules and by-laws were sub mitted, and passed on the motion of Mr. J. Nugent, seconded by Mr. A. V. Hitchie.. The colors of tlie CIuli will be red and black stripes over white guernsey, white trousers, with red and block sashes. Donations per annum for racing members will be 5s per year, payable in advance. OFFICERS. Proposed by Mr. Arthur Camplin and seconded by Mr. J. Nugent that Mr. H. Hay be patron. — Carried. Mr. C. Clayton proposed and Mr. J. Nugent seconded that Mr. Gar dner be president. — Carried. On the resoluti...

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

MELB0DENE MAEKET. Wheat : Market still under influence of lolidays ; prime old 3s fld, new 8s 8d to 9s SJ4for#.».a'-;fciour:. Baiters'. lots *7 10s lo 1? i&M; Oa«; Thni-feod Algerian 1b Vd to Is 7ja, good feed Is 7Jd to Is8d ; fair milling IB 8d to Is 8Jd ; .prime milling le |d ; pollard lOJd to lid. Onions 65s to COs. Potatoes ; Prime old £6 to £0, now £7 to £7 iOs. Chaff: Good to prime new oaten 55s to 60s, inferior down to 40a ; eorusacks 7s.

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

Without B. N. ButL you cannot have a perfect set of artificial teeth to masticate your food. *. -

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

The Whole Body Laughs. When the liver and bowels don't act, life is a failure. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets wake these drowsy organs, like the sun wakes the earth, ana the 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 more happiness iu a 1/6 box ot Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets than 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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Boating Accident. FOUR PEOPLE DROWNED AT GOORAMADDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

Boating Accident. FOUB PEOPLE DBOWNED AT GOOBAMADDA. A fatal boating accident occurred at Gooramaddn, on Wednesday last, when four people were drowned. A fishing party, spending their holidays on the Murray banks at a point known as the Police Paddock, Goora madda, about eight miles from Butherglen, arranged with a fisher man named Leach to row them across the river to the New Soutli Wales bank. The party consisted of Mr. Maun, a miner, about 45 years of age, his wife, and two little girls, aud Mrs. Poselti. The boat iu winch they were to cross was a small, flat-liottomed one, capable of carrying about three persons in safety. Into this Mr. Mann, his wife, one child, Mrs. Posetti, and Leach embarked, leaving the other child on the batik to mind the camp. The boat got half across, when it was caught by the strong current in mid stream aud overturned, the whole of the occupants being precipitated into tho river. Mrs. Posetti, a woman of about 16st. weight was the only one who managed ...

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