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

Jerlldefie and Berrigafl Pharmacies. . '' P. A. l.~~MclNTVRE, M.P.B.A. PUBE DRUGS, TOILET SEQWBITEB, 8PECTACLE8. . Teeth Carefully Extracted. Orders by Post pfo^iptly attended to. GRAVEL AND STONE CAN BE CURED. From Mr. 0. Lucas, tobacconist, Kapbfi. da, 8.A., 7th December, 1!-(H. 'I have great pleasure in recommend, ing Warner's Safe Cure to anyone troubled with gravel, knowing from personal experi ence what suffering one undergoes when onco this dreadful complaint is contracted, and how it unfits him for the most ordinary duties of life. I suffered for alongtimc and was unable to get relief. My urine waa thick and ropy, and at times full of dark coloured sediment ; at other times it was of a green colour. I was almost afraidtodrink anything, knowing the burning painr,I would have to endure in urinating. I had a constant desire to pass water, and was unable to retain It for any length of time, iff stomach was very irritable, my digestion bad with little appetite, and ewfabi at nigh...

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

W. L. Taylor * Co., (Walter L. Taylor, Geo. C. Morpheit) AUCTIONEERS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, WHEAT BUYERS. ' ' Agents for The Australian Mutual Provident ' ? ? Society. ? ' The Ocean Accident. Co. 'The Australian Mutual Kre Insur ance Co. The Boyal Insurance Co. ? :' M'DougaU's Sheep Dip. Cohoe and Walster's Babbit Poisoner. The Australian Mutual Fire Insur ance Association of Austral - Asia, Limited. . Offices : *. \ KAKGER STREET, COROWA. » Wheat ! W. L. TAYLOR & CO. Grain Buyers, Corowa. FREE STORAGE. CHEAP MONEY. We have £26,000 Trust Moneys to lenfl on Broad Acres in turns to suit at 4%, 4}%, and 4j%, according to security. W. L. TAYLOR & CO., Corowa. Clearing Sale. Stock, Machinery, and Furniture. GERMANTON. About middle of February on a date to be fixed. W. L. TAYLOR & CO. ITNDER instructions from Mr. J. P. '-' Kingston, Eoachdale, who is leaving the District, will sell by Auction in con. junction with MESSRS. HUDSON -S STEWAET, the whole of his EXT...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 13 January 1906

A^onderful Medicine. ' I can sincerely recounnend Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrbcea Remedy to all who are attacked with bowel complaints,' writes Mr. George Adams, of Albury, N.S.W., ' for it is a woiirierlul medicine, and does all that is claimed for it. I.uckilv, wheu out in the country a few days pgo, I bad a bottle with me, for I met a friend doubled nearly in two witli colic. I only gave him one -lose, yet it effected an im mediate cure I always keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic', Cholera and Di'irrlicea Remedy by me.' For sale by T. Parkin and Co.*

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Boxing Contest. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 13 January 1906

Boxing Contest. The much talked of Boxing Con test between Ed. Coad, of Corowa, and Jack McKenzie, of Wyalong, eventuated in the Old Oddfellows' Hall on Wednesday evening. Prior to this fight several preliminary bouts were gone through. The first was ! between two young locals, viz. : I ' Slim Jim,' and 'Jonah,' which ! proved very interesting and exciting. j After some very good exchanges the , referee awarded a draw, which de ! cision met with the entire approval | of the large audience. The next to take the hoards were young Charlie Baker, of Eutbergleu, and 'The Stayer.' This spar was very lively, and both showed a good knowledge of the game, some clever work being exhibited by the contestants. After this tho big event of tbe evening was announced. The arrival of both was watched with great interest by nn appreciative audience. The first to enter the ring was McKenzie, ac compauied by his trainer and another, and received a good ovation, followed immediately by the local man, wh...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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The Nowranie Land. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 13 January 1906

TJie Nowranie Land. Mr. B.eF. Ujudiier who was -le- fmlefl -15f'tlJe'' Closer Settlement League' to interview tho Minister ior Lands, informs us thai lie . saw Mr. Ashtou iu Melbourne, with very Bixtisfactcry results. Tlio object of the interview was to endeavour to hold e sitting of tbe Land Board in Corowa, as well as Urana, in con nection with the applications for the NoYvranio Land. Mr. Ashton recog nised the great convenience that would he Afforded to applicants, so much so that he is jjiepjired to hold the entiDe sittings of the Land Board at Corowa to deal with all applica tions for the above land if there is nothing in the Act io prevent such a procedure. Mr. Ashlon is now en quiring into that point. Mr. Ashtou was also favorably im pressed with the suggestion of the League that applicants names should bo registered by the Department. He regretted that this had not been provided for by the regulations re cently issued, buT made a note of it for future reference. The Lauds De...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 13 January 1906

His Worship the Mayor (Aid. T. Parkin), accompanied by Mrs. Parkin and his niece, Mrs. Laslett, left for Melbourne oa Thursday morning. Mr. Parkin will return in a few days, but bis wife will remain al I he sen side, where, it is Impel, .In- nill enjoy better health limn ha., ouu;i the case for some time! Hudson's Hedical Hall. WITH SUMMER COME EYE COMPLAINTS. For Thirty-Threc Tiara THREE FAMOUS KEMEDIES have thriven in Rivcrina. 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. QILLIES,CHEM1ST,COROWA. TflBLE - BEER, Per 6d Bottle. OBTAINABLE AT ALL HOTELS, AND WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS. BREWED BY THE flLBURY BREWING % /VILTING COflPflNY, LTO. fl Ngw beparture. N. ELIAS Has opened a ? SPLENDID STOCK OF GROCERIES In addition to his usual Stock of DRAPERY and BOOTS. The prices are right. The goods are of best Brands and Quality. A TRIAL ORDER IS RESPECTFULLY S...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Correspondence. THE COLLECTOR'S COMMISSION. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 13 January 1906

Correspondence. THE COLLECTOU'S COMMISSION. (TO THE KDITOE.) bIR, — In readiug the report ot tlie Hospital Committee meeting, I no tice that Mr. S. W. Thompson has handled my name rather freely. I may tell Mr. Thompson that I have collected more for tlie Corowa Hos pital than any private man in Corowa. By two entertainments I handed in within 10 days the sum of £34 7s, and £7 13s 6d being tbe gross re ceipts of one entertainment, and half tbe nett proceeds of another. In a very short time I sent to tlie Secre tary of the Hospital over £134, which the hospital books ought to show, and for several years lately I have given indirectly from £3 to £5 per year. Begirding the donations which the collector claims commission upon, I collected those amounts froin mer chants, especially for the Hospital Sunday Fund, with a distinct under standing that no deductions were to be made. I way_tell Mr. Thompson that if tbe merchants of either Sydney or Melbourne knew that the collector claimed 4s in...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 13 January 1906

In Memoriam KUSCHERT.— In loving remembrance of our dear Mother and Grandmother, Clara M. F. Kuscherl, who departed thin life at her late residence, Carlsruhe, Corowa, on the 14th of January, 1905. DeareBt Mother, thou hast left us, None can tell the pain we feel, Mourning ever for thy presence With a love that cannot beal. Inserted bv her loving eou and daughter in-law, Oscar and Isabella Kuachert, and grandchildren, A.K., W.K., J.K., O.K., T.K., H.K., L.K., andP.K. KUSCHURT.— In sad 'hut loving memory of my fond Wife and our Mother, who departed this life at Carlsrube, Corowa, January 14th, 1905. . With patience great she bore the pain That suffered her to' die, - - And tliotc that loved her hero on earth Will meet her by.and-bye. Worthy of lasting love was she From those she left behind ; A better Moihcr.could not be, And uonc more true and kind. Inserted by her loving -husband and daughter, M.N. ®!)£ Coiolua Cljiouirlf, .Saturday, January 13, 1906.

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Disastrous Bush Fires. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 13 January 1906

Disastrous Bush Fires. Bush fires have caused considerable damage in the Forbes district. The most serious fire started on Friday at Boyd station, and travelled to Wongajong, where it met another fire, which bad started at Matchett'a Bald-hills station, and swept Oina and Grawlin Plain. Numbers of townspeople of all classes responded to the call for volunteers, and spent the night in fighting the flames. Tbe area covered by the fire is about 40 miles long by 20 wide, the .bulk of which has been practically swept. Boyd, Eulong, Oma, Grawlin Plains, and Wongajong stations have been practically burnt out, and tbe homesteads weie only saved with difficulty. Oma station alone lost about 80,000 acres of grass. The smaller holders had an exceedingly anxious time. Slacks of wheat bagged in the field were damaged or partly burat, aud a, lot of machinery used in harvesting could not be re moved in time. No such disaster has befallen Forbes for the past 25 yeai-s. Nearly all tbe sufferers were...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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A GRIM TRUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 13 January 1906

A GRIM TRUTH. In a deputation' in connection with the prohibition of opium, tbe following argument was put for ward by a naturalised Cbiuese merchant: — j ' Australians would learn to regret i the day when a prohibition had beeu | placed 611 opium . So far, Australian workers had found the Chinese stroilg antagonists only in market-gardening and cabinebnaking, bill sd soon ai they recovered their strength, lost through becoming victims to the drug, they would spread into other trades. . .Chinese were not fools. They were natural! V . hard-working, economical, and intelli gent, and it would not be many Yean before they, like the Jews, became a wealthy section ol the 'community.' When the full force of this grgu* merit is considered it is ghastly and revolting, for it mcaiis that the moral and physical degradation JdF this alien race is necessary for the \i-hite man's protection; . Andit is the more ghastly inasmuch as it contains n grim truth. Owing to their economical nature and few...

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The Liquor Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 13 January 1906

The Liquor Act. The Attorney-General has received communications from a number of people, asking for an explanation of the relative bearing of sections 8, 9 and 10 of the Liquor Act. As there seemed to bo some confusion about the matter, the Minister has thought it advisable to state what wan the purpose of tbe Legislature in passing those particular sections. ' In tbe first place,' said Mr. Wade, there is Un absolute prohibition uudei' sec tion 10 against any person under the age of 17 yesys being in tbe bar of licensed premise's for any purpose. If a .person under that age is found in the bar there is an obligation upon the licensee to forthwith have him removed. The penalty imposed is £2 for non -compliance with that duty. Section 8 provides that no person under 18 shall be supplied with liquor except in the case of sick ness or accident. In practice these two sections will have the effect of excluding from the bar for any reason whatever a person under the age of 17, but a perso...

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CLOSE SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 13 January 1906

CLOSE SUNDAY. The provisions of the New Liquor Act have caused considerable irri tation, and it is probable that some features will require modification. Otherwise, there may be a danger of the Act being tacitly disregarded by the public and the police— a fact that has before to-day befelled laws which were in advance of public opinion. This would be regrettable, for, iu as far as Sunday trading is concerned, the Act is a distinct ad vance in Liquor Reform. Its pro visions compel a close Sunday, and this is one of the best safeguards in the interests of the workers that cau be devised It is on this ground that Sunday observance in trade has our support. Nothing is more im portant to the great bulk of the community, that is, those who toil, for to them the week-end's rest is a priceless right. Any step calcu lated to break down the traditional day of rest must, iu the end, reflect upon their interests. The hungry greed that doniiuates the world would welcome another day in which to i...

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Concert at South Corowa. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 13 January 1906

Concert at South Corowa. The promotors of the concert in aid of the South Corowa Sunday School, held on Wednesday last, had no reason to complain of the patronage accorded, or the success of the con cert as a whole. And they were entitled to such treatment for the same enthusiastic efforts on their part that distinguished those concerned in previous perform ances was again to tbe fore. The secretary of tbe school, Miss E. Brown, and those assisting her, were untiring in their preparations to gain success. Imitation sprays of blos soms and artmusliu, manipulated by artistic hands, produced a pretty effect itj' ? end of the building, which wl. enhanced by the volun teer waitresses in Japanese costume. Tho South Corowa folks, recognising that most of the visitors had to come somo distance, thoughtfully supplied refreshments, t, preparation much appreciated. Mr. Geo. Smith, in opening the concert, stated that it was being held to obtain funds to pay off a balance owing on the seats. He ...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 13 January 1906

Local and General'. CH0BCH NOTICES. — Owing to pressure of space, we regret that we are unable to publish the usual Church notices in our current issue. '-Municipal Election.— In another column Air. F. 3. Bammons announces that in response to the requisition presented to him, he lias agreed to contest tho forthcoming Municipal Election. Several other likely candidates arc mentioned. EXPEL THF. POISON.— Chambcrlaiu'i Stomach and Liver Tablets will clear and eipel every atom of poihououn matter which constipation and other irregularities bave stored up iu the bonols. They will ac complish this gently, painlessly and with out griping. For talc by T. 1'arkin and Oo.' ? . . CiTonon sebvice at Tabbauia.— The other day tho Iiev. A. McWatt Allan, Presbyterian Minister cf Corowa, paid a visit through tbe Tarramia district, and obtained a number of resident!' signatures to ? petition asking that the use of the ?ohool be granted for th« purpose of holdiug ft monthly church service, it ii tobs ...

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Corowa Water Supply. DEFINITE ACTION AT LAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 13 January 1906

Corowa Water Supply. - i -y i — DEFINITE ACTION AT LAST. The residents of Corowa will learn with particular pleasure that tho town is now within tangible measure of securing a water supply. A meeting of tbe Council has been called for Tuesday evening next, for the consideration of a letter received from the Public Works frelrartment. A copy of s&me is published here with, to give ,, Aldermen and the piiblic .gerier&lly. an .opportunity of becoming acquainted .with iho im portant business to be transacted. As will bo seen, the meeting will be required to authorise the Govern ment to carry out the work. This being done, tenders will bo at once called by the Department. The following is the letter from the Public Works Department : — With reference lo previous correspond ence in connection with the proposed Water Supply for the town of Corowa, and the request that tenders be called by this De partment for such works, I have the honor to forward herewith a duplicate reso...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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District News. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 13 January 1906

District News. (From our own Correspondents.) [Details of locnl events uiU lie gladly received from bona-lidc contributors. Help ns by keeping your district well iu the public eye, and von will lie helping your selves.— P,D. C.tJ.l

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On the Fringe of the Crowd. "The Onlooker sees most of the Game." [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 13 January 1906

On the Fringe of the Crowd. [St. Onlookeb.] 11 Tho Ouloolror rocs most of tho Gnmo.' The ' Old 'Un,' the Aggravating Person, atid the Panama Youth were yarning down Sanger-street. ' I see,' said the Old 'Un, 'that the Post Office clock lias gone on strike, ' I mean i(F won't (strike — that is, it never, .did strike ! — oli — —it all, it's STOPPED I' Aggravating Perscjii : well, wuat about it I it isn t {be only clock that's stopped- Didn't you ever hear of ' My Grandfathers ? ' Youth: 'Oh rats 1' Aggravating Pei'Bon :' '' No, but j'-eally why shouldn't it stop. Who the dickens wants to ran away wifcli it anyhow!' Youth, (who is likewise a bit of a sport) : ' Oh, I don't know. There's a lot of blokes do a run against time. I remember when the Butberglen Bantam ? ' The Old 'Un (snap pishly) : ' Oh, shut up.' You re member ! ? Can't you let me get a word in at all. Of course, as far as that goes there is no reason why it should uot stop. It's a catching habit anyhow, at the Post Office...

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Sydney Woman's Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 13 January 1906

Sydney Woman's Letter. [By Matsa.] It is as I imagined— the joyous season baa hardly had lime to dodge bcliii:d the curtain when the first glorious summer sale puts in its appearance. Summer bales ! What a snare aud deception they arc, to be sure, advertising as they do such wonderful goods at such microscopic prices. And what a world of woincu they draw together— long aud lean, etout and short, it's all the same, they're there in downs, and hundreds and thousands, with the light of battle, or, ratber, bargains, iu their black, or blue, cr borwn, or grey eyes. And women do very ofteu nearly come to actual warfare. I ouc« saw two women after one jjieee of silk ; each Lad one end of the fabric and tugged their hardest, and when at length a duke, dis guised as a shop-walkcr, appeared on th» scene like Solomon to sever tbe cause of tl.« disturbance they both discovered that they didn't want it, so that even the ways of a woman at a bargain sale would hive dis concerted Sage Solomon. Hut...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 13 January 1906

H. J. Norman and Co., TEA, COFFEE, AND COCOA MERCHANTS, Albury, HATE much pleasure in informing tho Fubl!e that the necessity no longer exists for sending to Melbourne or Syduey (or a REALLY OOOD TEA. All our Teas are direct from Growers, bundled only by ourselves, and being EXPERT BLENDERS we guarantee to please the most fastidious taste, mid OEFY_COMPETITION. W*~ Send for Trial Package of our Delicious Teas. 'W m tins : laibs, lsibe, aoibB, 38ibs. ik chests: eoiba, 8oiim, looibs. At Is, Is 3d, Is 6d, Is 9d, and 2s per Ib. AND COMPARE IT WITH ANY TO BE HAD IN THE COMMONWEALTH. Teas packed for the Trade. AH Orders receive prompt attention. 9£* NOTE THE ADDEESS :— H. J. Norman and Co., KIEWA-STREET, ALBURY. GEORGE W.FIGGINS, I Bi eye ie Works, Sahgei-'-B tree t, Corowa. I MACHINES built to orfler from f 10 10s to £l4 10s, with 12 toohths' guarantee, I samples of which can be seen on \hi premises; I All our Machines are careftillt tested before aeliviry, and the finish and staving pow...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 13 January 1906

W, L. Taylor * Co., (Walter L. Taylor, Goo. C. Morphett) AUCTIONEERS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, WHEAT BUYERS. Agents for The Australian Mutual Provident Society. The Ocean Accident Co. The Australian Mutual Fire Insur ance Co. The Royal Insurance Co. M'Dougall's Sheep Dip. . Cohoe and Walster's Babbit Poisoner. The -Australian Mutual Kre Insur ance Association of Austral Asia, Limited. Offices: BANGER STREET, COROWA. Wheat ! W. L. TAYLOR & CO. Grain Buyers, Corowa. FREE STORAGE. CHEAP MONEY. VTe have £2G,000 Trust Moneys to lend on Broad Acres in sums to suit at*4%, H%, , and ii%, according to securitv. W. L. TAYLOR & CO., Corowa. Clearing Sale. Stock, Machinery, and Furniture. GERMANTON. About middle of February on a date to be fixed. W. L. TAYLOR & CO. IJNDEH instructions from !Ir. J. P. *?* Kingston, Boachdalc, who is leaving the District, will sell by Auction in con junction with messbs. Hudson 4 BTEWABT, the whole ol his EXTENSIVE FARMING PLANT, Includin...

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