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The Ladies' Baths. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 January 1906

The Ladies' Baths. As predicted, the committee, on the matter of tbe LadieB1 Baths, appointed at last meeting of the Council, did not come to auy decision. Aid. Piggin's pe6Gimistic forebodings were realised. At the Council meeting on Thursday night the Mayor asked sarcastically if anything had heen done. Aid. Piggin gravely stated that he had seen Aid. Ritchie down the Btreet, and that gentleman did not know of any suitable site except one down at the Common. .{Laughter.) From the tenor of their remarks and atti tude of tbe other members of the committee, he would ask that ho be allowed to make an individual report. Aid. Ritchie assured his colleague that he was in sympathy with the project, but the grim forebodings that bad previously influenced him still seemed to exist. There was a very suitable spot on the Common, and he thought if there was good patronage, cabs might run down there. In anBwer to a naive enquiry from Aid. Gardner be said he wag not prepared to subsidise the cab...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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A Wonderful Medicine. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 January 1906

AWonderful Medicine. ' I can sincerely recommend Chamber-. Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy to all who are attacked with bowel complaints,' writes Mr. George Adams, of Aluury, N.S.W., ' for it is a wonderful medicine, and does all that is claimed for it. Luckily, when out in the country a few days «go, I had 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 always keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy by me.' For sale by T. Parkin and Co.* Hudson's rtedical Hall. WITH SUMMER COME EYE COMPLAINTS. For .Thirty-Three. Tears TIHtE!! 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, Fly-Bitten Eyes. Q I LLI E5, CHEMIST.COROWA. TflBLE - BEER, Per 6d Bottle. OBTAINABLE AT ALL HOTELS, ATSD WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS. BREWED BY THE ...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 January 1906

Local and General. SYDNEY Womnu'c Letter will be found on the frontpage. EXPEL THE POISOX.— Chamberlain'* Stomach and Liver Tnbleta will cleat and expel every atom of poisonous matter which constipation, and other Irregularities have stored Tip in the bowels. They will ac complish this gcr.tly, painlessly nnd with out griping. For sale by T. Parkin and Co.* INDEPENDENT ORDEHOF RECHABITE8. — The fortnightly meeting of the Border United Tent No. 347, was held at the lodge room on Thursday last. There was a moderate attendance of members, and a fair amount of business transacted, also one new member initiated. Sprained Ankle, stiff Neck, Lame SBOUIiDER. — These are three common ailments for which Chamberlains Pain Bahnis especially valuable. If promptly applied it will save you time, money, and suffering when troubled with any one of these ailments. For Bale by T. Parkin and Co.* TBE WEATHER— The new Vear'ha« beetl growing gradually hotter. Thb last few days have been very muggy and wa...

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KIDNEY DISEASE CAN BE CURED. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 January 1906

KIDNEY DISFASE CA^ BE CURED. From Mr. F. Andrews, farmer, Aspen, dale, via Hordiollor, Vi\\, 12lli August, 1(101. b . ' Previous to about a year ago, I was rcnarkably healthy 'dad strong, but inj1 health thon broke down nnd I u-as seized with sovcro'lKiin arc-tmrt my LiJneys and mytioart. My annc-titc bcca-iic.vcrv.eai-.ri-. cious aud 1 began to Iu-c floli rnniillv. Wlici in that condition, nut kuoning what the outcome would bo, I hrnnl of Warner's Safe Cure from onp n-lio had taken that incdirtac and began to tllkc it mvwlf. I took it as directed, and it hn« comntlcly and effectually cured mp. 1 have had no return of the trouble Binec.' From Mr. J. R. Bnvinton, corner of Batkly and New Streets. North Brighton, Vic, tend Marrli, lflO5. ' For many years past I have been sub ject, at frequent iutcrvals, to excniciatiiif. p.iin in the region of the kidneys. Whilst t!ic atU-:ks Insted I used to milter terriblv aid, . for Fo:ne lime, rauld semwh straighten inv back, being brat oliiios do...

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Those Trees. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 January 1906

. Those Trees. Although it was too close and stuffy on Thursday night for tbe ' wind to whistle 'mongst the trees,' the Mayor and Aid. Chivell managed to raise a pretty warm breeze through them. The Mayor pointed out that on tbe 4tn July {by a coincidence tbe samedateon which the great American tree of Independence was planted) it was recommended that certain trees in Sanger-street be left ou the under standing that certain parties repair any damage done. Suckers had grown up hut nothing had been done. He would like to know if auy agreement had been signed. Aid. Chivell said he was surprised at tbe Mayor bringing this matter repeatedly before the council. He did not know what the Mayors' object was. He bad given his word and Dr. Walch had done tbe same, that they would be responsible for any damage done. If suckers had grown it was a disgrace to tbe Mayor who hod a roadsman who should cut them down. There were plenty of suckers growing elsewhere that also wanted attending to. He aga...

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Help the Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 January 1906

Help the Hospital. The following promises of donations to the Wheatgrowers Bag Fund, in aid of the Hospital, have been re-, coived. Those willing to~ assist this laudable movement should communi cate with the President of the Hos pital (Mr. C. T. Brewer), or Mr. K.T?. Gardner : — . Bags. Albert Nixon, Redhtnds ... ... 8 Geo. Smyth, HiUstiorough ? 2 . Juo, Robinson, Lowesdalo ; ? 1 Peter Adam, Kentucky ? 1 R. UcKonzie, Lowesdalo ? 1 ? W. T. McGavin, Lowesdale ? 1 Juo, Tcnncy, Lowesd&ta ? 1 Juo. Wyee, Brocklosby ? 1 W. H. Jjumby, Hopefleld ... ... 1 ? Way & Sons, Wfthguuyah ... ... 1 ???

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Sporting Notes. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 January 1906

Sporting Notes. racing fixtures. Beualla — January 29. Cootamundra— February 6 and T. Goulburu— February 9 aud 10. Springhurst — February 21. Benalla (Cup Meeting) — April i. The ex-Corowa hurdler Shilling has beeu sold to Mr. P. A. Connolly, of Perth (W.A.). The lad Skinner, 1C years of ago, ivho, while riding a horse in a raco at Mahonga on Boxing Day collided with a post and fractured his skull, died in tbe Albury Hos pital ou Thursday inorniug. The unfortu nate lad's relatives, who reside at Howlong, were present wheu he expired. T. Hearne, who trains Mr. Heffcmau's hones at Clear Hill, has the Tormentor gcldiug Morocco, and Warenid, by War God — Enid in hand, aud hopes to have the pair forward enough to assist at the Coota mundra Turf Club's approaching annual meeting. It may interest sporting men to laarn that the challenge which appeared iu our last issue from Jack McKenzio to Ed. Coad, has been accepted by the latter. They meet on January 10 for £20 aside and gate money. Coa...

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BERRIGAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 January 1906

BEREIGAN. There being no local sports, New Year's Day passed away quietly. -Many residents were attracted tpihe races held at Jerilderie, but the majority decided to remain within their own domestic circle. The Murray Main Canal League has arranged with Mr. E. T. McKay, secretory to the Interstate Water Supply Commission, to lecture at Borrigau some d:ne in January (the date has yet to be fixed) on irrigation and water storage in America. The lecture v?ill be illustrated by lime lights. : 'This gentleman has delivered a great many lectures in Now South Wales and Tasmania. Landholders hero regard the movement as a pro gressive one, and everything indicates that the lecture, because of its prac tical character, will be numerously attended.

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CABLES. (REUTERS.) LONDON, Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 January 1906

CABLES. (Reuters.) London, Thursday evening. Count Witte is. surprised at AdnuV ral Rozhjestvenski's story, published in tho ' Novoe Vrernya,' and states that no level-hooded Hussion mil attach any importance to the allega tions. The correspondent of the ' Times '' at St. Petersburg' states that Admiral Rozhjestvenski only. desires to strengthen tbe impression that his defeat by Admiral Togo wa» due to the worthlessneas of Admiral Mebogatoff's division. He drags la. England simply in order to absolve himself and prepare public opinion in favor of his acquittal. (In the letter referred to Admiral Roth jestveuski stated that the British Fleet was at hand prepared to attack his fleet U Admiral Togo's attack hod tailed;) The Revolutionists dynamited a bridge on tho Vistula itaihvay wheti ft passenger train was crossing; Tlh.e engine and carriages were wrecked. There were several casualties. There are many reports that France aud Germany continue send ing troops and guns to tlie frontier...

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District News. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 January 1906

District News. (From our own Correspondents.) [Details of local events will he gladly received from bona-fide contributors. Help us by keeping your, district well iu the public eve, and vou will bo helping your -elves.— F.r. ..„]

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Sydney Woman's Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 January 1906

Sydney Woman's Letter. [Bv MatsaJ Again we've rang out the old and rung in tlie new year to the old hideous din aud screech and blowing of trumpcU. Why a bran new year should lie unbered in with k- much horrible row is u puzzle. Ouo nthtr yciinis for soft melodies and gentfe tephyn and peaceful repose for the birth of. the baby year, but year after year it is aU ths £-;m-c, tuc fituuliar old screech and the same horrible din. The same midnight tramp, tramp of thousands of feet, the samo tired mothers and cryiug infants, aud crow Daddy's, but with it all the new year it with us now, aud everything wouis to wiih us well, and the now year promises to be » happy and prosperous one for nil. I tin cerely hope that it will be so. li is sad to relate that dames of high -1»- grec who gathered themselves together to arrange for a suitable memorial to th« late Lady Kiiwsoii went a grumbling at each other. One lut of dames wanted to aiidew a cot (it the Royal Alexandra Hospital fur children, wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 January 1906

H. J. Norman and Co.J TEA, COFFEE, AND COCOA MERCHANTS, * Albury, HAVE much pleasure in informing the Public that the necessity no longer exists for sending to Melbourne or Sydney for a, REALLY GOOD TEA. All onr Teas are direct from Growers, handled only by ourselves, ond beiug EXPERT BLENDERS n-c guarantoe to please the most fastidious taste, and DEFV^COMPETITJON. W*~ Send for Trial Package of our Delicious Teas. ~M in tins: lsibs, lsibs, 2oibs, 28ibs, ik chksts: 5011k, 801^, looibs. At Is, Is 3d, Js 6d, Is 9d, and 2s per lb. AND COMPARE IT WITH ANY TO BE HAD IN THE COMMONWEALTH. Teas packed for the Trade. All Orders receive prompt attention* fcg* NOTE THE ADDRESS :— H. J. Norman and Co., 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' guarantoe, samples of which can be seen on the premises. .All our Machines arc carefully tested before delivery, and the finish mid staying power U of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 January 1906

W. L. Taylor ^Co., (Walter L. Taylor, Geo. C. Morpbett) AUCTIONEERS, /STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, WHEAT BUYERS. Agents for The Australian Mutual Provident ? Society. The Ocean Accident Co. 1 The Australian Mutual Fire Insur ance Co. The Royal Insurance Co. M'Dougall's Slieep Dip. Cohoe and Walster's Rabbit Poisoner. Tbe Australian Mutual Fire Insur ance Association of Austral Asia, Limited. SAXGER STREET, COBOWA. Wheat! W. L. TAYLOR & CO. Grain Buyers, Corowa. FREE STORAGE. CHEAP MONEY. We have £2G,O00 Trust Moneys to lend on Broad Acres in sums to suil at 4%, 4£%, and 44%, according to sceuritv. W. L. TAYLOR & CO., Clearing Sale. Stock, Machinery, and Furniture. GERMANTON. About middle of February on n dat* to be ? . fixed. W. L. TAYLOR & CO. WINDER instructions from Mr. J. F. ^-* Kingston, Boachd&lc, who is leaving tbe District, will boU by Auction in con junction with Messrs. Hudson & STEWABT, the whole of his EXTENSIVE FARMING PLANT, Includi...

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A Search Warrant. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 January 1906

A Search Warrant. Search where you will, it is iiuponejble to find a better or more reliable medicine for stomach, liver, or bowel disorder* than Chamberlain's Stomach and Liyer Tablets. During the past few yea re they have restored hundreds of sickly people to health aud will do as much {or yon. We urge every sufferer from Loss ef Appetite, Insomnia, Nervousness, In digestion, Dyspepsia, or Billiousneet to give them a trial . For sale by T. Parkin and Co.' Printed and Published by ALBERT JOHK ESAU, Bole Proprietor, at bifMaduae Printing Office, Sanger-Street/CeMwi in the State of New South Wal«,

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Our Local Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 January 1906

Our Local Parliament. The monthly meeting of the Cor owa Municipal Council was held at the Council Chambers on Thursday night. . Tbe Mayor (Aid. T. Parkin) presided, and there were also present Aldermen Ritchie; Thompson. Picgin, Chivell, Lewis, King, Gardner and Shorlt. The .Engineer (Mr. A. H. Bray) and the Inspector of Nuisances (Mr. P. Eraser) were also present. The minutes. of the previous meet ing wero read and confirmed. The following inward correspond once was received, atid the outward approved of: — The .secretary of the Corowa Com mon advised that at a meeting of the trustees, it was decided to apply to have the common brought within the Municipal boundary, and to ask the co-operation of the Council. ? Aid. ThompEou asked was there any special reason why the common was left out of the. Municipality. The Mayor : ' Why are other properties left out? It was shaped like a dog's leg anyhow to leave cer tain properties out.' Aid. Thompson moved that appli cation be made to the ...

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On the Fringe of the Crowd. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 January 1906

On the Fringe of the Crowd. ????!? .. ?'.*.- tBt; ONLObKEH,] There faamove on in England to ha.ro tbo solioolliors taugbt boomerang; . throwing;. Said to bo-,thebostexorciee going for tho museios. It' may be but I' Reckon there' will be some gaps in. the families when those kids start ?ril&otiBine. I tried to throw a boptuerang once. I threw it all right; my word. It scooted avouud the next bouse and knocked an old chaps'ihat off, and then disappeared. Just us I was laughing . at the old fellow and wondering ?where it had gpte.-that. boomerang came up the bock Janeand landed me fair behind the ear, and the shock was greater thai] seeing a water cart iu Sanger atreet.-.or tl-e P.M, turn up in Corowa. ? '..- .- * * * '.. That's theworee of booinerangs; Ttili -rieVer know where they are going;' They are like secrets. When you start tijieui the Lord ouly knows \phere ? jtou will meet them next, and th'tai you won't recognise them nt first. They are like marriages some what ; ini...

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MELBOURNE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 January 1906

MELBOURNE MABKET. Tlicouliookisparticularlyhealthy. Wheat is quiet, about 12,000 bags being taken at 3s 3d for f.a.q. on export account ; off and medium is worth 8s lid to 8« 2|d. Oats It 7dtol«7id. Bran 9d to 9)d. l'ollaril, quiet, lOd to lOld. Onions — prime 45a to 50s. Potatoes— prime new £G 10s to £7 lOn. Cbaff— prime new oaten 57s Gd to G2s 3d, fair to medium 50s to 65s. Corusocka us lOld to 7s: ?

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SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 January 1906

SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. SYDNEY, Thursday.— At Homebuuh to day 34 ,000 slieep and lambs wcro penned. The sheep comprised a good representation of useful trade wethers. Prime heavy wetherswerescarce. Meriuowethens brought Co lis Gd, extra to lSs9d, crossbred wethers 10s to 15s Gd, merino ewes 7s to 13s Gd, a few from 4s yd to Gs, crossbred ewes 9» Gd to 14s, extra to 15s 9d. Lambs. were in good supply. AU descriptions were repre sented. They brought Gb Bd to 14s, extra to 15s. 1GB4 cattle yarded, and comprised all descriptions, from vearliue steers and heifers to prime and heavy bullocks and cows. Bullocks sold from £7 to £10 lOn, steers £5 to £0, cows £4 to £7 10s, odd to £8. Best beef, 21s to 23s par 1001b.

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MELBOURNE, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 January 1906

MELBOURNE, Friday evening. Wheat is in nrm demand fur shipping. Parcels for early delivery are quoted at 36 3d. There is very little doing -n old wheat, prime quoted at'~js 4d. Private cables qu te Home market steady at 321 per quarter for early shipments. OaU are a shade firmer. Good demand for heavy feed ; Algerian milling is 8jd (0 is od ; heavy feed is 7jd to is 8d : light is 6d to is 6Jd ; inferior is sd ; stont while and Tartarian nominal 2» tod. Flour export demand steady at £7 5s. Bran firmer at 9J-1. Pollard told. Pota toes quiet. New £5 10s to £7. Onioni quiet. Prime 45s to 50s. Tlie demand for prime chaff is steady, medium dull ; prime Cos to 62s 6d ; good 52s W to 55s ; medium 45s to 50s ; inferior 40s.

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LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. [BY WIRE—REUTER.] SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 January 1906

LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. [BY WIB.E— EEUTEB.] SrDNEY, Friday night. Old wheat is worth 8s 6d to 8s 7*d. New 3s 2d to 8a 8d ; OaU, local Is lOd to sis ; Chaff, £2 10s to /4 ; Hay £4.

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