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The Hospital Wheat Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 30 December 1905

The Hospital Wheat Futid, The movement to collect bags of wheat for the benefit of the Corowa Hospital is progressing satisfactorily, and it is hoped that the results will be a largo addition to the funds of the institution. The matter is in the hands of the President (Mr. C. T. Brewer); and committee of the hos pital, Messrs, Gardner, Eilleri, and other gentlemen. Any wheat grow ers willing to help this laudable effort should advise these gentlemen, as it is desired to keep a list of contribu tions- The following letter is being circulated amongst tho wheatgrowers, and we are confident will be readily responded to : — A special effort is novr being made to augment the fuuds of the Corowa Hospital, which have become depleted through the expenditure of money in new buildings, and by the constant number of patients daily receiving attention. Money is ako required for an oiior.iling theatre. With the above objects, a Wheatgrowers' Fund has been organised, aud it is felt that a donation...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 January 1906

M'|'ME ftUTtJEftSLEN pUltNl^ttjji H^yfl REHOUSE. The largest Stock in the North-East* A few Special Lines for the Season— 'W/TEE DOORS, Wire (adjustable) Window Fkames, Deck Chairs (ant-proof), ^ckebFcrnitobe, Verandah Blinds, all VV sizes (only the Best kept in stock), LOUNGES, LlNOtEUMS to please eveiybody^tfer 50 pieces to seloot from, DRAWING Eoom, Dintkg Boom, and Bedroom Suites, Bedsteads and Bedding, Prams and Go-Oakts, Fenders and Irons, Carpet Oar long experience in the FUENITURE BUSINESS is a guarantee that you will get reliable goods at the LOWEST PRICES. ? Inspect the large and varied Stock — New Designs every week. ? ALL GOODS CAREFULLY PACKED AND DELIVERED FREE. *™ 'sT YOUNKMAN ahd Co., i Rutherglen Furnishing Warehouse, RUTHERGLEN. J. CRISFIELD, M.V.S.V., REGISTERED YETERMABY BUEGEON OP VICTORIA, 'MAT BE Consulted on all Ailments ANTJ Diseases of Horses and Cattle, INCLUDING Horse Dentistry. ADDRESS :— RIVER ST., COROWA. THE FASHIONABLE Hairdressing and Shaving Saloon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 January 1906

For Christmas Presents and , New Year Gifts IS= INSPECT H. Rosenbloom'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©©Mf waTCHnnKER nNb jeweller, ? eoROWfl. THE I HAnlllACY, NEXT POST OFFICE, COROWA =F] WILMOT'S HEADACHE WAFERS, A safe and effective cure for all form? of HuicLiciie. Is per box. r PROVED REMEDIES. E Dr. Beaney*s Blood and Liver Pills, A*CB*S&SS£AIIILV E] WILMOT'S LIVER MIXTURE, *w«on«. ArE* WILMOT, Pharmaceutical Chemist. Agent for the celebrated Hurstville and Camdcn Nurseries. Choice Stock of Flowering Plants, etc., on hand. To the Residents of Corowa and surrounding^Districts.

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Woman's Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 January 1906

Woman's Column. The season's choicest millinery is so very frail and delicate that one almost requires to be a millionairess to purchase headgear. French models look as if a puff of wind would ruin them, and a sun bath is out of the question entirely. They remind one of orchids, which require a regular temperature and a glass house to keep them all ablowinj! and aerow ing. Muslin and Valenciennes, as well as the new, dainty, all-over em broidered muslins are responsible for most of the cool river and country hats this season. And these dainty little hats are met with in scores iu town. They are very simple and becoming, and the girl who is li.imly witli her needle can make one for a mere trifle in an hour or two. To make one of these hats the materials required are a wire frame, one yard of 36in. wide hook muslin, one dozen yards of Valenciennes edging, a twist of ribbon, and a bunch of small roses. Mi's. Viekery's scheme lor the amelioration of the condition of the working poor inc...

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Storm in Melbourne. NARROW ESCAPE OF A "COROWA BOY. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 January 1906

Storm in Melbourne. ? NABEOW ESCAPE OF A 'COROWA BOY. ,: A terrific thunderstorm broke over Melbourne on Saturday afternoon. Tlie early part of the day had been marked by extreme sultry and muggy weather, with the temperature at varying degrees over 90, with occas ional lnnd lipnlfl of thunder and vivid lightning. Then clouds of blinding dust were swirled about the streets, and suddenly the dny seemed to chauge to night. There were se veral startling peals of thunder, and immediately following the rain came down in a way not seen in Mel bourne for years. Many of the streets were soon raging torrents n couple of feet deep, and the waterways proved quite in adequate. There were several ex citing incidents. A venturesome individual was nearly drowned ut the corner of Elizabeth and Collins streetB. Trams on many lines had to 'be stopped. The storm lasted little over an hour, and in that time produced a flood of a kind which cannot be recalled by the oldest in habitants. Railway traffic ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 January 1906

A Wonderful Medicine. ' I can rinceiely recommend Chamber lain'i Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy to all who are attacked with bowel complaint!,' writes Mr. George Adamt, of Albury, N.S.W., ' for it it a wonderful medicine, and does all that it claimed for it. Luckily, when out In the country a few diy» aeo, I bad a bottle with me, for I met a friend doubled nearly in two with colic. I only gave him one dose, yet it effected an im mediate cure. I »lway» keep a bottle of Chamberlain'* Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy by roe.' For aale by T. Parkin and Co.* Hudson's Hedica I Had. WITH SUMMER COME EYE COMPLAINTS. For Thirty-Three Years THREE FAMOUS REMEDIES have thriven iu Eiverina. Golden Eye Drops ? 2s Golden Eye Ointment ? '? 2s Golden Fly Lotion ? Is POSTED EVERYWHERE. THEY FIX: Bad EyeR, Bore Eyes, Influmed Eyes, Weak Eyes, Fly-Bitten Eyes. GILLIES, CHEMIST.COROWA. TflBLE - BEER, Per (od. Bottle. OBTAINABLE AT ALL HOTELS, AND WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS. BREWED BV THE flLBURY ...

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CLOSER SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 January 1906

CLOSER SETTLEMENT. In order to obtain an official and complete record of the demand for closer settlement the Government are issuing forms, to be filled up by those wanting laud. These forms can be obtained from Mr. M. Long field, Jocal laud agent, and are very conipiete. The information ob tained will be treated as confiden tial/ aiid will be used by the Intelli gence Department. Unless some p.rpiupt steps are taken by the jSovsriimeut, however, .to make ?Iftnd available, these statistics seem 4-,*e of little use. it lias been already ^proven beyond controversy that a wholesale and legitimate de maud exists for land, aud, more over, it is not a demand that will lie met, by the mere collection of facts =whfch will sp-edily make themselves known when good laud is thrown open. !

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An Albury Invention. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 January 1906

An Albury Invention. Mr. Sam F. Mudge, of Albury, has taken out provisional patents for an adjustable wheel tyre. The object of the invention is to do away with the present system of cutting tyres, and is simplicity itself. There is no cutting of tyres at all. Tho tyre, whether for a light buggy- or a heavy waggon, in fact for all kinds of veh icles is made in two parts, each hav ing solid ends in winch fits the felloes of the wheel. These solid ends are joined by a.key or block of iron, tba shape of which is specially adapted to fit in the tyre and secure the greatest strength. Practical men consider that the strongest part of the wheel is where this joinjsjnade, and that it is the most powerfuT connection known to engineering science. The block is further held in place by two bolts which penetrate both ends of the block and tbe tyre. When the tyre becomes loose this block js taken out aud a similar one inserted. This operation can be done by any handy man. The block iu use is remo...

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Wedding HAIG-HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 January 1906

Wedding HAIG— HOUSE. ? . The marriage took place on tSoa day morning at 10 a.m. of Mr/.D. B'. Haig and Miss O!arios A, Hoiise, at the: residence of tbe ..bride's piotherV Mrs. House, of GoriwjsH'The cere-' inpijjr.'-was' i»riqrmesj»,iiy the^Bev, ^Jo Watt Allan, and.wiB a quiott one, Thebriae.-who Swas *r©ttUyt»ttired, 'in iwh^fS'In^ian niu6lih, trimip(ia valericieiines . insertion and lape, was supported by Misa Millie House, who was dressed in white chiffon muslin, with trimmed tuoks of Valenciennes lace. Mr. Sydney Bdsell actod as best man. After, the ceremony the party sat down to breakfast. In the afternoon tbe happy couple left for Albury, where Mr. Haig is now re siding.

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The New Liquor Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 January 1906

The Nejw Liquor Act. it 'The laqiiof Act is creating discus sion generally. Some of its provisions are drastic and sweeping. Private clubs particularly are brought under strict supervision, and the Inspectors have the right to enter them at all times, which is extremely annoying to the large waifstooated members of same. The salient provisions of the new Act areas under: — Licensees are prohibited from selling liquor to per sons under 18, to Australian ab originals, or natives of the South Pacific Islands, under penalty of £10. Persons under the age of 17 are not permitted in the bar of a public house. Any person against whom a prohibition order is in force found in a bar is liable to a line of £10, and the licensee to a fine of £10. No female under 21 (unless the wife or daughter of licensee) is allowed to serve in the bar. Liquor may not be sold on Sunday. On Good Friday and Christ mas Day sale is allowed between 7 a.m. and 9 a.m., between 1 and 3 p.m;, and between 8 and 10 p,m.,b...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 January 1906

f5 §i| ? .'^ ^.1 hi liocaljafld General. -'? '?' ?' ^ ? ... ??'. '-.I THEiivcr was 4ft. above snmuicr level last night. BUGH FlItE.— The fire at All Saints rc portdS in our last Issuer hroko but again on eatuKlay, aud did some damage to fencing and grass before it wns subdued, burning utmost down to WahninyaU. Neaiily I-h6wNED.— A lna named Bennett son of the road contractor of that nathe, Tind a narrow oscal-e from flrbwhing tn BoiUiig Domi Creek on MoiidaV) Ho was overcome while in swinunilir, hb'd sank A couple sf. ttoVdS Weli bis l-ltgHt was noticed bV a lad ilninod Boach who swnm .ill and nmhaged to get Bennett out, ^?'NfewjbrflCKS.— Tenders are invited in jpur business polumns by MeBsrR.AValter L. TTnylbr nndOo. for tho erection of =offioes nnd Inrge Ktorc room iu Bnnger-street. Teuflcsrs must lio lodged with tho firm not later than January lOfh Jiext. : :- sprained Ankle, Stiff Neck, Lame SHOULD F.B. — These arc three common ailments for which Chamberhtine ~ Fiji* Balm is esu...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 January 1906

Personal. Mr. Watt, formerly chairman of the Wagga Land Board has boen ap pointed acting chairman of the Land Board at Narrabri. From time to time disquieting statements have been mode as to the health of the Czar. His Majesty has recently suffered a recurrence of epileptic strokes. Nellie Stowart was so deluged witb requests for her autograph that she imposed a tax of half-a-crown on each, as did Maud Jeffries, and de voted the proceeds likewise to the Distressed Actors' Fund. - The death is announced of Sir Hugh Nelson, Lieutenant Governor of Queensland. The deceased was 70 years n' - ?,;. Mi's. Auu Davidson, widow of Mr. Alexander Davidson of Bullenbong station, The Bock, who was one of the pioneer squatters of Biverina, died on Saturday, aged 86 years. She had resided at Bullenbong for 62 years. Miss Horsfall, daughter of Mr. J. W. Horefall, Melbourne, is shortly to be married to Mi'. Reginald Hodg kins, also of Victoria, The bride is a cousin of the Hon. Rupert Carring ton's wi...

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Help the Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 January 1906

Help the Hospital. In- addition to the donations to the Wheatgrowers Bag Fund already published, the following bags have sinca been promised to Mr. B. F. Gardner : — Bags. John Iforrisy, Quat Quatta ? 2 E. Dixon, Happv Valley ? 2 Sedgwick Bros. Long Plain ? 1 F. Dunn, New Coroen ? 2 Mrs. Green, EUeraglen ? 1 J. H. Izbn, Sandford ? 1 John Stoll, Sandford ? 1 John Carson, Hopeficld ? 1 H. H. Howard, Cimisdiila ? 1 ? B. Box, Eingwood ? 1 £. J. Morkham, Hillside ? 1

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SALE AT HOWLONG. TUESDAY, JANUARY 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 January 1906

SALE AT HOWLONG. Tuesday, Januaby 23. Eight town lots, ranging from lr. to 2r., county Hume, parish How long. Upset price from £4 to £24 per lot ; upset price of allotment 1 includes £16 value of improvements.

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CABLES. (REUTERS.) LONDON, Tuesday morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 January 1906

CABLES. (HEDTEB6.) LONDON,' Tuesday morning. The Social Democratic Federation ot Great Britain has issued a., mani festo advocating the nmiutaiuenco of children ftoin the National Funds during the whole of their school life. Also the co-operative organisation of the. unemployed on the land, in fac tories, in building, and iu afforosta tion together with- pensions for tho aged art)) incapftcittited, instead of tho workhouse. ; The vFedoration . also supports Hprneftule. r '* -?.'. ?.?''?. . ; ? :'The.BeFplutionary Sooieties at St. Petersburg' irtveisBued'm inanifesto ;,ftdio$tinEi the failure of 'the recent risingBj'ari1l-i&atMg*hey tad decided 'toBUSpen^'MiB present risibgiu order to prepare for a general insurrection at the beginning of the new year. The Government has notified that all means will bo used to crash a general rising. It is estimated that 20,000 people were killed during tbe riots in Mob cow. The losses of property is enormous. M. Sytin, the owner of tbe large...

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Land Notices. THE NOWRANIE RESERVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 January 1906

Land Notices. THE NOWBANIE RESERVES. Available for settlement on the 11th January, 1906. County Drana, Parish Palmer. Portion 15, area 640ac, price per acre £2 2s 6d. Portion 16, 640 acres, price £2 Is 8d. Portion 17, 640 acres, price £2 5s. Portion- 18, 640 acres, price £1 15s. Portion 58, 640 acres, price £2 5s. Portion 59, 640 acres, price £1 15b. Portion 72, 640 acres, price £2 3s 4d. Portion 77, 640 acres, price £2 5s. Portion 78, 640 acres, price £1 17s 6d. Portion 79, and 80, 640 acres, price £2 3s 4d. Portion 85, 640 acres, price £2 2s 6il. Portion 86, 640 acres, price £1 17s 6d. Portion 88, 640 acres, price £2 5s. Parish Boreegerry. Portion 18, 640 acres, price £1 18s 4d. Portion 19, 640 acres, price£l 16s 8d. Portion 20, 640 acres, price £2. Portion 21, 640 acres, price £118s 4d. , There is an area of about 1920 acres available for a.c.p. alongside Myall Plains on the south-west corner, and portion 14 of 640 acreB, parish Palmer, on the north-west corner of reserve alongsi...

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A Sydney Food Trust. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 January 1906

A Sydney Pood^trasL ?|H ' Anti-Trust '' mntetrV itT' *ho- r^*l§ ' Newsletter.'; .;— '? In S&s age '&'?*? ' rings,' ' pool*,' ' comers/ aq4f\; ':- combines/ it is not cuiprising that - S ' 'Trust1 lactics tove ewfteaih^-; ,^ tafcion for .restrictive legislation in '':-:'':^ Australia. Certainly, the .teethr* ''?£$& of the modem ..trust could Bcajoetf^'^IS escape challenge -Jnv*- oMuaunM^il constoHycDnfroaKdxrithadvan^lt'rJ democratic legmlation. In facfc,-^^,*^ monopolies are anatlietra in theeyBS- LSr' of many Federal legiBl»t-*», Mt&gbF' ?. ?$- templDied Aoti^atagt^ill svill^i: , . a; tatty-cdtee%,fc: ' BfetnaE:^^ toped -ttiat,;; in ^adiUoft tod&^ ,: ^ iwAforeign-directea trusts, Hus*^? . * trouuig Anstralian combines ..^Ifej^j ! waung fat on foodstuff monoppiMa;- i* Yet, in Austriiii, eveiymaji, ;i*o1&i:fe ,?; and child pays Jiibnte ^o * ha&l^fe- sugar corporation, earning imr^nwii-W profits, under what* is virtoaTl}g»^%.$- m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 January 1906

H. J- Norman and Co^ TEA, COFFEE, AND COCOA MERCHANTS, Albury, HAVE much pltunre in informing the Public that the necessity do longer exists for sending to Melbourne or Sydney for a REALLY OOOD TEA. , Jill our T«M *re direct from Growers, handled only by ourselves, and being EXPEj^T^BUNDEgg v/e guarantee to please the most fastidious taste, and JJgjTJ.COMggJtJjON. mr Send for Trial Package of our Delicious Teas. ~Wt tN.TOW: 1B1U, lSlbt, SWlbs, 881bs, IN CHESTS: 6011s, SOlbs, lOOlbs. At Is, Is 3d, Is 6d, Is 9d, Olid 25 pd*. lb. AND COMPARE IT WITH ANY TO BE HAD IN THE COMMONWEALTH. \ ^ ? '; Teas packed for the Trade. All Orders receive prompt attention. 1 feg» NOTE THE ADPBE8S :— : H. A Norman and Go;; :J\ KIEWA-STREET, ALBURY. GEORGE W.FIGG INS, Bicycle Works, Sanger-street, Corowa. MACHINES built to order from £10 10s to £14 10s, with 12 months' guarantee, aunplei of which can be seen on the premises. IB All out Machines are carefully tested before delivery, and the finish and stay...

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THE CASE OF MALOUF. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 January 1906

THE CASE OF MAXOUF. The decision of the Prime Minister that the Syrian Maiouf must he deported from the Commonwealth under the Restriction Act may be taken to mean that the Act is to be properly carried out. Malouf lauded iu Svduev about December 1903, and was- allowed to enter the colony ou a certificate of exemptiou issued for four mouths, which was extended for twelve mouths, as he desired to wiud up his mothers' estate so she might leave Australia. He has repeatedly applied to Ije allowed to remain permanently iu tjie Commonwealth, buttfae applica tion lias always been refused. Malouf has now it is stated invested ^6tjb:iji business, iiu Forbes, and consequently there will probably be a feeling iu some quarters that he has been hirdly treated. It must be remembered,. however, that his applications to permanently stay in the Commonwealth have been refused and therefore Malouf had not the slightest justification for taking such a rash step. The electors of this country have un mis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 January 1906

f: W. L, Taylor $ Co., '§ (Walter L. Taylor, Goo. C. ' ' Morphett) ; K, aUCTJOKEERS, ' tTOCK AND 'STATION AGENTS, ' WHEAT BUYERS. ?_ ? —Agents for ' The Australian' Mutual Provident _ Society.^ The Ocean AccidentCo. , -; . The MptrAuan Mutual Mte Insur ance Co. The Boyal Insurance Co. SPDougall's Sheep Dip. Cohoe and Walstev's Fabbit Poisoner. The ' Australian Mutual Fire Insur ance Association of Austral Asia, Limited. Offices : ,' SAN&ER STREET, COBOWA. Wheat! W. L. TAYLOR & CO. Grain Buyers, Corowa. FREE STORAGE. CHEAP MONEY. We have £20,000 Trust Moneys to lend on Broad Acres in sums to suit at 4%, 4J%, and 4j%, according to security. W. L. TAYLOR 4 CO., Corowa. Clearing Sale. Stock, Machinery, and Furniture. GERMANTON. About middle of February on .1 date to be fixed. W. L. TAYLOR & CO. UNDER instructions from Mr. J. F. Kingston, Boachdalc, who is leaving the District, will sell by Auction in con junction with Messrs. Hudson & 6TEWABT, the whole o...

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