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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 January 1906

A Search Warrant. Search where you will, it is impossible to find a better or more reliable medicine for stomach, liver, or bowel disorders than Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. During the past few yearsthey have restored hundreds of sickly people to health and will do as muck for you. We urge every sufferer from Loss of Appetite, Insomnia, Nervousness, In digestion, Dyspepsia, or Bjlliousness to give them a tnal. For sale by T. Parkin .«naco.»

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 January 1906

LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. [By wiee— Reoter.] Sydney, Tuesday night. Private cables from London Etate that very little change is expected in price at nest series of wheat sales. Old wheat 3S 7id, new 3s aid. Oats as to as id. Cluff£3to£3 7»6d.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Corowa Electorate. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 January 1906

The Corowa Electorate, Mr. B. T.Bali, M.L.A., has re ceived tbe following letters : — Department of Attorney-General and of Justice. Sydney, 28th Dec., 1905. Sir, — I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 27th hist., upon tho subject nnmed below, and to in form you that a further' communication will be made to you in due course, this be ing merely an intimation that the letter has been received. I have the honor to be, sir, Your obedient servant, J. L. WILLIAMS, Under-Secretary. Subject : — Again urging tho appoint, mentrot a potioe magistrate at Corowa. B. T. BaU, Esq., M.L.A. Public Works Department, Sydney, 29th December, 1905. Sir, — Adverting to previous correspond ence respecting the proposed improveuiout of the MiJwnln-Bull l'laiu road, between Hourigan's and Botts, I have the honor, by direction, to inform you that the Minister has now approved of an expenditure of £40 on this road, and the proposed work will be put in hand without delay. I have the...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Help the Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 January 1906

Help the Hospital. A Wheat Growers Fund lias been instituted in aid of the Corowa Hob pital. Bags should be branded O over H and may be delivered at any district railway station, Chicken's Mill, Piggin and Co's, Taylor and Co'e, or the Corowa Grain Stores. Those desirous of contributing should communicate with Mr. C. T. Brewer, President of the Hospital, or Mr. R. F. Gardner. The following promisesof donations have been received : — Bags. Albert Nixon, Rodlands ? 3 John Motrisey, Quat Quattt ... ' ... 3 E. Diiou, Ha'ppv Valley ? B Sedgwick Bros. Long Plain ... ... 2 F. Dunn, New Coreen ? a F, W. Knight, Balldale ? 2 J. H. Hilbs, Traveller's Point ... 2 T- Knrrro_ ^f^rfnti ... ... ... Q T. J. Gorman, Plciityana ? 2 T. Regan, Pine Grove ? 2 S. C. Smith, Courabyra ? 2 M. and J. Regan ? 2 \V, Fraser, Keutucky ? 2 J. II. Oediiig, Corowa ? 2 Geo. Smyth, Hillsborough ? 2 Mrs. Green, Ellersglen ? 1 1. H. Izou, Sandford ? 1 John Stoll, Sandford ? 1 John Carson, Hopefield ? 1 H. H. Howard, Ca...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 January 1906

H. J. Norman and Co., TEA, COFFEE, AND COCOA MERCHANTS, Albury , HAVE umdi pleasure in informing tbo Public that the necessity no longer ctlsls for sending to Melbourne or Sydney for a REALLY GOOD TEA. All our Teas are direct from Growers, handled only by ourselves, and boing EXPERT BLENbfeftS *c guarantee to please the most fastidious taste, and DEFV COMPETITION. WC Send for Trial Package of our Delicious Teas. ~W in tins: laibs, lsibs, 2oibs, 2sibs. in chests: 6oibs, safe, looibs. At Is, Is 3d, Is 6d, Is 9d, and 2& per Ib. AND COMPARE IT WITH ANY TO BE HAD IN THE COMMONWEALTH. Teas packed for the Trade. AH Orders receive prompt attention. fl@=» NOTE THE ADDRESS :— H. J. Norman and Co., ? . . ? KIEWA-STREET, ALBURYl W9BLA5BALK, Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician, Albury. U* 7^iHKir ' AieiDourae ^ewejier s cUHp-£ pick out what you want, send t^fSpglld I will send you exactly the same mM&»t' the satno price, freo of all cxpenseBmL thus savingtyou freight and Son*fisgl ...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Profitable Cow. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 January 1906

A Profitable Cow. Messrs D. Hyaui & Son, Nowra, send the following interesting com munication to the 'Daily Tele graph.' : — ' Some time back we promised to wnd you the full particulars and results from the milk obtained from our jthn bred Jamr cow, Bloiitom III. She calved in March 17, 1905, and from one week afttr that data her milk has been weighed and tasted tor 40 wrecks, or 10 lunar months, with the following results :— Four-weok I G;ils. of I _ I Lbs. of periods. I ,,,iik. | Teat | butUr. 1 ? H2 «.S 74.60* * ? ioi o.o aa.'jw 3 ? 530 6.0 76AM 4 ? 123 «.6 BS.009 5 ? 112 4.5 68.400 0 ? 901 4.8 60.002 7 ? 102 6.1 00.340 8 ? 09 5.4 62.2G3 9 ? 58 5.0 80.800 10 ? 601 ».2 62.170 | 1119 | | f-88.SH The tabulated statement shows 1119 gallons of milk, producing 688J lbs. of buttor, or an average of nearly 161b. of buttet' ]-er week, and less man I7*iu. ol milk to a pound of butter. We do not think this has ever been beaten in nny of the States or colonies for a period of 10 week...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE TRAVELLING STOCK RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 January 1906

THE TRAVELLING STOCK RESERVE. At the monthly meeting of the Pastures Board, Mr. McClelland drew attention to the state of tbe stock reserve. from Lowesdale to Daysdale. It was very bad with rabbits. me luspeotor saia ne understood Mr. Rankin had given up tbe lease. Mr. McClellan said he was sur prised the Closer Settlement League, which waB so busy, hod not given attention to this reserve. It was very important that it should be thrown open. Tbe League had done nothing in the matter. He under stood there was a great probability that it would be thrown open. He moved that this Board was of the opinion that the land should be thrown open for settlement. Mr. Gorman would like a fair quantity left for travelling stock. The Inspector (Mr. Campbell) said it was the principal route inBiverina. Mr. Killen said be was once of the opinion it would be unwise to inter fere with the reserve, but on exarai tion be found that a great portion was ' useless for stock. It was in its natural rough sta...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Closer Settlement. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 January 1906

Closer Settlement. A meeting of tbe Corowa Closer Settlement League was held on Fri day evening, when there were pre sent: Tho Mayor (in the chair), Messrs. Gardner, Chivell, Fowler, Rankiu, Jensen and Arthur Catnplin. Mr. Gardner apologised for the absence of Mr. Currie, who was in j; ? 3 UlUJIOSUU. Tho minutes of the previous meet ing were confirmed. On the motion of Mr. Gardner, Messrs. Mason, Allan, and Mudge were elected to the Committee. The inward and' outward corre spondence was reoeived and adopted. Letters were reoeived from : — Sir W. J. Lyne— I am in receipt of your letter re th« con templated conference on UoMr (Settlement, and will be glad to do anything I o»n to farther the matter. I am vary favorable to the movement, but, of coane, it is purely « State matter, and members of the Common wealth Parliament (and more especially Ministers) have to be careful ; but, whether I attend or not, I will be only too glad to do all I can to assist, without doing any thing that may...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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DISASTROUS FIRE. SHOP IN SANGER-STREET GUTTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 January 1906

DISASTROUS FIRE. SHOP IN SANGEE-STBEET GUTTED. About five minutes to nine o'clock last night tbe fire bell gave the alarm. A fire was found to have a fierce, solid grip of Mr. N. Elias' drapery and general store in SangervEtreet. Tbe fire brigade being nt practice, were able to get on to tbe scene im mediately. The apathv of the citi zens of Corowa in the past, in being: content to live practically on the edge of a volcano, by not takiug steps to have a water supply, rendered the task of the firemen a desperate one. Although for a few moments there was a lack of method in their efforts, and a want of direct knowledge as to where the water was, when they got on to a supply their work was no tbing short of heroic. To see volun teers practically risking their life and limb in their fight against the fire fiend calls forth the warmest praise. At the same time, there was some thing pathetic in the futility of their endeavours with the lack of tbe all necessary water supply. It is to bo e...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 January 1906

Melbourne, Tuesday night. Daring Chief Justice, rjir John Mad den's leave of absence, Mr. * Justice Holroyd has been appointed acting Chief Juctiee for three month.-. At the eud of tbe three months he retires with three month's full pay and a subsequent pension. The In'enstate Trede adjustments for tbe past six inonthr, uliow that 'Viotoria ii esiily first as chief distributing Btatp. N. 8. Wales also shows a substantial in oreaee. John BuBiell and Frederiok Ware waro eonping the funnel of tbe steamer '-Era' at tho Australian wharf, whm tbe pUnk on which they nrere standing slipped, aud both men were ptr«*ipHate3 into tbe hold, receiving eerinus injuries.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pastures Protection Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 January 1906

Pastures Protection Board. The monthly meeting of the Corowa Pastures Board was held on. Tues day. In the absence of Mr. Bray, Mr. Killen was voted to tho chair. There were also present: Messrs. Shirwin, McCleJlau, Lonsdalo, Gor man, and Campbell (Stock Inspector.) The minutes of the previous meet ing were road .and confirmed. The following corresuondoucc was received:— H. Pilkingfcon, Lowesdale, applied for the use of a dozen fire-beaters on behalf of the residents of Burryjaa. There had been some delay over the beaters being made, owing to the non-delivery of a letter to the secre tary. Mr. Lonsdale was authorised to have 100 beaters made at Mul wala. They will be distributed as follows: — Mulwala 9, Mt. Gwynne 8, Clear Hills 15, Merton 8, Barooga 9, DayEdale 12, Lowesdale 12, Saver nake 15-, Bull Plain 12. The beaters will be branded, and the secretary will arrange with suit able persons to take charge of them at the above centres. The Department of Lands asked that directors and...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Corowa Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 January 1906

Corowa Hospital. Tho usual monthly meeting of tlie Corowa Hospital was held at the School, of Arts on Monday evening. ^t&- Brewer was id the chair, and tlieVirvrere also present Messrs B. King, H. Ogilvie, W. Edmondson, Broadbent and Thompson. 'J The niiinufes of the previous 'meet ing were read and confirmed. ; , . ? The following correspondence was received : — Border Brass Band advised that -- -the net result of. the band's efforts was £151 13s 5d. Bags of wheat hod been promised at Balldale, ? Sivernake, and Daysdale. The sec retary desired to know if the band could elect five lion, life governors, The band hoped, to see the money expended on an operating theatre. The Chairman again referred to the praiseworthy efforts of the band, and stated there was another 10s 6d re ceived. v It was decided to grant Lhe re quest of the baud to elect five The Chairman reported that a/good quantity ot wheat was being donated, thanks to the efforts of Messrs. Figgin & Co., Mr. K...

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Help the Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 January 1906

Help the Hospital. Mr. E. F. Gardner advises that thfr following additional promises to the W.lieatgrowers Fund havo been re ceived :— Messrs. Pilkington Bros.,. Lovresdale, 1 : Mis. Henry Dye, Co rowa, t; Messrs. J. aud T. F. Clin ton, Shannonvale, 1 ; Mr. \V. Field, Collendina, 1: and Mr. R. Leopard, One Tree Farm, 1. Up to dftto 80 bogs have been promised. A list of other donors is to ii? found on (lie front page. , .;

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 January 1906

Melbourne, Tuesday night. The wheat market is steady, mrty one great sale being held. 427 bags were offered, with ' bidding fair. Small sales up to 3s sjd for prime. Local demand is strong for shipping parcels, but buyer* easier in offers, 3s 2}d to 3s 3d being limit for prime. London cables advise home market quiet at 3 is 6d per quarter. Oats— market firm for good to prime lots. Algerian milling is.8j£lfl_xs. gd .heavy feed is 8d to is 8Jd, light is 7d to is 7,d, inferior is 6d. Bran steady ^Jd ;»~-llard iojd. Potatoes easier — new 4s lOp to 5s. Onions quiet— prime 4-s6dt04S-. Chaff — supply medium, greatly in excess of demand. Prime 60s, choice 62s 6d.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 January 1906

GEORGE MALOUF & COMPANY, The Busy Drapers, Olive-street, Albury. rTHE RESIDENTS OF COROWA AND DISTRICT.— Our Great Xmas Sale is now in full swing and giving satisfaction everywhere. Prices lower than ever. Parcels over £2 free by rail. AU orders accompanied with remittance reoeive our own personal attention. Our new teison'i goods are all included in this sale, and enables our country friends to obtain their JCm&B supplies at a little over cost price. WRITE TO US AT ONCE. ' Usual Sale price price Lsvdiea1 Crash Skirts ... 7/11 4/11 „ CoVa Blouses ... 2/11 1/11 ., Black Walking Skirts ? 8/6 5/11 „ White Pique Skirts 6/11 .4/C „ Print Wrappers ... 5/6 3/11 ..* „ Corsets ? 2/11 1/11 Usual Sale price price „ Calico Kniokers... 1/6 1/ „ Calico Chemises... 1/9 11 „ Calico NightB ... 2/11 1/11 „ ' Combinations 2/11 l/ll Ladies' Black Bibbed Cotton Hose, Gd, or 3 pairs for 1/3 jCotton Cashmeres ?'...:, ll- 6jd Usual Sale price price Cotton Voiles — double width ? 1/- 8,d Bla...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 January 1906

LATEST TELEGRAMS sydnet, Tuesday night. The Federal Old Age Commission mtt~ to-day, Th* Begistrar of Friendly So cieties gav* evidence, and stated that at the average of the N. 6. Walts pensions, the Cnmmonwealtb pensions would be £1,760,000. The match between South Australia aod N.U. Wales was oonlinned to-day. K. B. \Va!e» scored 269. South Australia in their second innings lost 7 wickets for 161. ? ?. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 January 1906

rt ^%%- o T^E RUTHERGLEN FURNISHING WAREHOUSE. Jp^3fffl5ag^jt The largest Stock in the North-East, /H W^^t^ Hv a few Special Lines .for the Season--* o /Sf II Kf^SW HlK^Si T\7'IEE DOOBS, WniE (adjustable) Window Frames, Deck Chairs (ant-proof), Wicker Fdrnituhe, Verandah Bunds, all m^^^ll Ss^^-SiSBSBBil| — T^-gRl - V sizes (only the Best kept in stock), LOUKGES, LlKoLEOMS to please everybody — over 50 pieces to select from, DRAWING II IlF^I *lg^^r — ?; ? '?li'iB^M Room, Dining Boom, and Bedroom Scites, Bedsteads and Bedding, Prams and Go-Carts, Fenders nnd Irons, Carpet II ^Hl WpSIB^^ 111 P^ll Our long esPel!ellce in iho FURNITURE BUSINESS is a guarantee that you will get reliable goods at the Lowest Prices. H I IS iiliilir^ ;&? '111! ' llll ? Inspect the large and varied Stock — New Designs every week. ? : — II Jl Wr *$& ulLJl ALL G00DS CAREFULLY PACKED AND DELIVERED FREE. mmF' Rraie'0'Mt'5rY0UNKMAN and Go., ^lELJIgl- - ''? ™ Rutherglen Furnishing Warehouse, RUTHERG...

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CABLES. LONDON, Tuesday morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 January 1906

CABLES. (REUTEItS.) LONDON, Tuesday morning. To avenge tbe murder and mutilations of his dragoons at Higa. Colonel Moydeli summoned tb9 starring men and womem whowerebeseigodin the Provodnie Fao tory to surrender; or be bombarded. The: ultimatum *?« declined, and the factory was bombarded, hundreds1 being killed. Many others were shot wbif* trying to escape. 40 mm are imprisonii], and will lie hanged unless de murderer* ore given np. in view of China undergoing *, cuaoga, and American inteiests requiring pro teotioD, two additional regiments are proofeding to the FhillipineF. The President of the Non Conformist Unionist Association urges the elretora to vote Bgsinct every radical nnleu they doeiare that Home Bute is dead aBsdoor nail. A white book published by tbe German Government, B«eka to ehow that French reports would imply that Franee intends to control Morocco. Cbarlea O'Donnell, s notorious bnrglar formally living in Sydney, who robbed a. bank in Boston, (America), killed the...

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Reasons for Running Awa. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 January 1906

Eeasons for Running Ava; ' You ran at the first fire, did you?' aa the coluuel at a coloured regiment. ' Yes, aah,' wu the unblushing rep!.' 'an I would have run soonah if 1 aa kuowed it waa oomin'.' ' But have yen no regard for voar rep: tation, 8am t' ' Reputation is Baffin' to me, sah, t tbe lido of life.' 'Well, if you lest your life you woui have tb* satisfaction of knowing that y« died for your country. ' * What satisfaction would dat be to rot sah, m-— de powei el feelin' it wa gon*r 'Thtw .atriotiam ia nothing te you. 6am?' ? ' Nuffin whauber, sah.' ' If oar soldiers wen like you, traitors might bare broken up the Qovernsuen! without resistance.' 'Yes, aah, dat's sot den would haL been no fcalp far it. I wouldn't pat my Uf. into d* seals! 'gainrt any Ouberement thai ever existed, for bo QaMnuaeot oould r» aOao* d. loss to me. I 'asset, thoagk, dat dTOabatnstcst would fa* sat* ?uuiU si it OThHan wars lib aua, as daa imt «*daVt te m- itirn'.'

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A JOURNALIST'S LOVE STORY [COMPLETE STORY] COPYRIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 January 1906

UOURUUSrSLQVESTORT teeirrisrs srosr.i n mm stone. COPTUWT. -4&ai ft. Joseph twill Qrundr was pa Wl fectly tptf and JWi oottfortablk, ud *' *u dot tit all ueUned to stir out of his mmn .twJto ttw^ m dip! %gy afternoon. He lsla down hie pen and rose from bis ?nnchait- with a half-sigh, shudder ing as he peered out of the office window into the quadrangle of Som fstet Bouse. The offlca oe the other side of the uture loomed dimlv u a dark mats, with patches of Tape ydknr mist coming from their lighted mndows, and from the height of his room on the second floor the court -Tard was quite invisible. With the air of one resigning himself to a disagreeable dotv, he riached his boob out of the fender vhere.ther had b«n dryiae, and ctrefuUy wiped tW wltL «. darter before putting them on. Th..n b'. lowed the elaborate routine which marked the dose of each day'i official 'attendance,' and had helped to earn for him among the tanior members of the staff the irtevertnt trtJe of a 'faddy ol...

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