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

A Search Warrant. Search where you mil, it is impossible to find a better or more reliable medicine for stomach, liver, or bowel disorders than Chamberlain's Stomach aud Liver Tablets. During the past few years they have restored hundreds of sickly people to health and will do as mucll /or you. We urge every sufferer from Loss' of Appetite, Insomnia, Nervousness, In digestion, Dyspepsia, or Billiousntss to give them a trial. For sale by T. Parkin and Co.* Printed and Published by ALBERT JOHH ESAU, Solo Proprietor, ai hisUukim* Printing Offiet, Saiiger-SlrMt; Omwa iu the SUU of Ntw South Walff,

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Help the Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 13 January 1906

Help the Hospital. In addition to the 00 bags promised to the Wheat Growers Fund Mr. E. P. Gardner acknowledges thefoUowiug : . — ^W^MasBey, l_bag.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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P. A. and H. Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 13 January 1906

P. A. and H. NotǤ; Mr. W. H. Hall, the Acting Go vernment Statistician, estimates tba(i the wheat crop of New South Wales tin's season is 20,486,600 bushels, from 1,837,550 acres ; while the wheatcu hny crop is placed at 339,500 tons, from 348,110 tiores. In addi tion, 34,340 acres were fed off or burnt. A sub-committee has been Ap pointed by the council of advice to select a site for carrying out experi ments in connection with the de struction of rabbits by the Pasteur system. The sub-committee, Messrt. H. T. B. Gaden (Dubbo), B. T. Keys (Muswellbrook), E. D. Jones (the Chief Inspector of Stock), G. Dun nett, and G. Yeo, as secretary, left on January 3 by boat. They will return to Sydney and then proceed to Woollongong to inspect the Fire Islands off Port Kembla, and later on after they return they wilt report on the most suitable site. Messrs. G. B. M'Laurin and B. T. Ball, M'sL.A., interviewed the Pre mier last week on the subject of certain demurrage charges imposed by the Rai...

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

Cricket Notelets. [By. B. E. Marks.] Corotta bcotred ft signal and unexpected Tictory against Cbiltern last Saturday, .. _ - .although, considering the oxtrenio beat, Kipling apparently had some justification for hi- muck-decried allusion to ' tho flan nelled fool* at tic wicket.' ? The Cbiltern team have been the most aucoeuful .this season in the Over-River Association matches, aud were regarded with a certain amount of awe, but three o: their good players are away on holidays. However, this loss was quite counter balanced in the Corona team by the un avoidable absejico of Heuikrsou, 5IeIi:ues, and II. P.. Bayliss. Corowa lost the toss, and were forced to take the field through the hottest part of the afternoon. PossiUJy this had something to do. with the execrable eshibitiou they made, although the rough fi.-.te of the ground was certainly' a valid excuse for a good deal. However, lot me iay light here that until the younger members profit by the example set them in ' Inckiug up ...

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CABLES. (REUTERS.) LONDON, Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 13 January 1906

:;,^ ; cajm-es. ,V;.( ? *FJ ? ^ ? '7. (HBtTTEnS,) LoMlMri, Ihurstlay evening. It i« reported that -eight artillery eftotrffl ib St. Petersburg hate been fli'reSteil for.oonspifing.to oSplocle the (fjtoilsky bridge And capture the forttessj with the object of releasing Iboprisonefs. Tiio secret treaty, between China jjiiiA Japstn. merely pledge's .Cliina not ib allow any, other Power tointerfere Tvitli Chang-Chung, Kirin arid Muku clen railways.. . Nipoty-eight manors at Esthland.in the Baltic Provinces have been burnt. Selmlze, the eo-called President of the Esthonian Bepublic has been arrested and shot. The peasants at Kherson are restoring the stolen estates to their owners. Trains run Ding to the coal districts have been dynamited. More hidden stores of arms have been found at Odessa. Many explosive letters have been sent to high officials in St. Petersburg. Two civil servants were killed through opening one. Sir Henry CampbelUBannermau, the Prime Minister, speaking at Chester, s...

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Sporting Notes: RACHING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 13 January 1906

.-? Spotting Notes: - ; ' . lUciico FrtrtnjES: .;? . HenaJJa — January S3. - v-/C~ * ; Cootamundra— February G and 7.' Ooilbum— February 0 aud 10. '.» Sprisghurut — Februarv 21. . r-. 7.' „' . Benalla (Cup MeetingJ— April 4i.-; ; Thesnunal meeting. of rnemben ol the Corowa 'Race Club will be Tield .at Jensen's EoyalHolol on Friday next, 19th insfe'; at fip.m. ' ? ' ? . The Summer meeting of tbe Benalla Racing Club will require the attention of horso-owuers on Tuesday next, when nom inations close ior all events. .The meeting is attracting a doalrof interest through''' the north-eastern district of .Victoria, *nd visitors are expected from Albury, Berrigan, and other towns. ..',!? . There are no signs of the Newmarket Handicap losing any of its popularity with owners. Last year's entries showed an increase iu numbers of 11, and the entries Ukeu this week are numerically still better, the total being 89 as against 72 in 1905. Gladsome, notwithstanding her failure last year, when so he...

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Melbourne, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 13 January 1906

? ' Melbourne, Friday night. A young man named Thomas Young was charged before the City Court this morning with assaulting with intent, a girl under 16 years of age. He was remanded till Wednes day. The Department of External 'Affairs has received advice that the - American Consul in Sydney has been uiiabie to induce the Syrian, Eicbard Slalbiif, to leave the Commonwealth. Mr. Dan Fitzgerald, (ho well kttown circus proprietor, is recover ing from his serious illness. Adam Cotter, the proprietor of the Court Hou6e Hotel. Si. KilJa, was fined £5, or in default, one month, for assaulting Nellie Green, a bar maid. He blackened her eyes, and severely bruised her aims and body.

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 13 January 1906

lAteSt telegrams. .. ..:. . Sydney, Friday night. The barque ' Itata ' was burnt to the water's edge at Newcastle last night. The cause of the fire is un known. There were 500 tons of nitrates on board. Bishops Eiley, Barlow and Stretch are mentioned in connection with the vacant See at Newcastle. la the Kelly benefit cricket match, which ? commenced to-day ou the Sydney Cricket Ground, the Aus tralian Eleven scored 226 runs. A constable at Parramatta shot himself this morning. He had been complaining of unfair treatment on the part of a superior o.fficer.

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LOCAL RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 13 January 1906

LocAr; iflStAiL piitofii! Butt* (factoi'v) is id tfl Is 2di Sutler, (dairy), td iid. choBBg-g(itoi0a11 - ? Eggs 73 t8t)-l-. ' . '?:Bac0n,9a-toT0d:' :~il~ .' ' '- Hatbj'iW to' le: . -' Currants, flid to Cci; Bai.sius, §d td -}d: ? '- Onions, (per. cwt.); fls: Potatoes, 81: ? . .,, L. Oals;2sfed;Ui2sTKi: . .EqwJ (aed,.3sl ? . Brfin, Is.' Pollard, Is 2d. : Hour, 16s to 17s. . ' ? Chaff, £3.' .Chas. L. Griffith and Co., report holdiug their Wodonga fortnightly market on Tuesday, 9th. inst., yarding 678 sheep and 3T5 cattle. There was ' a very small attendance, and prices were low all round for nil classes of stock. Tho day was ex ceedingly hot, and there was very little competition. Best bullooks, by the pen. £1 8s Cd, £7 5s, £6 10s, £6 5s, £0 lSi; boa fat cows, £6 17s, £6 15a, £6 10s, £6, £5 Hi Cd, £5 10s ; {at calves, £1 Is,- £4, £3 17t : store bullocks, £SQs Ca, £5 10», £5 ; young steers, from 35b to 50a ; hciferm, £1 4i, £'i lls, and from 35s ; milch cows and ?pringen unless very fo...

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

BALLDALE. Great progress in harvesting is be ing made, about four bugs being the average yield so far. Ouo farm (Messrs. Knight Bros., of Caimdalo) hasaJready cutout 2,300 bays with two_ Sunshine ' harvesters, -.with an iiventgo of ] IS bags jmr clsiy. A hculLliy rivalry is being citused 111 the wheat market this year, there being four buyers representing differ ent linns, viz : P. Breen (for Pig-, gin & Co.), A. Hughes, (Darling & Sons), C. Citvuiiagh, (Middleton) aud E. Spears, (J. Colyuhouu). Thanks to the efforts of Mr. Ball, M.L.A., the splendid cru.no at tho railway station is now in fuJI going order. The committee who moved in the matter nlso deserve thanks. Our only trouble now is water, which lias been promised by our member, and if Mr. Ball acts as anticipated there should soon he a supply. No woman can be plain who hua beauti ful teeth made by It. N. BULL, next P.O., Corowa,'

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A FATAL INSURANCE. BY GEORGE F. UNDERHILL [COMPELTE STORY.] [COPYRIGHT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 13 January 1906

A FATAL INSURANCE. rt GEORGE P. UNDERHILL inovrrrs stotit.) | [cornuaBT.] A^_ KW men held a. higher ?g^V repatathm in their |iro- ^ fctaioa as a (rcneral prao» Htioner than did Dr. St. Maur, of Cavendi-li square, or he wonld not have had the confidence, to sa^ nothing of a large retainihg fee, bf the Pro ? vidence Insurance Company. the irisitran'c'e company was ss far beyond suspicion as any company can be which possesses a capital ut something over twenty mUlionB sterling, and hus been established over twenty yean, so that the fact of bin beW their chief melical adviser considerably added to Dr. St. llaur's position tad his banking account. Of course, he had many jealons rivals, iome of whom declared that he was a humbug, irhile a few went further by hinting that neither bis post nor his present could bear the cross-examination of a criminal lawyer. St. Itaur, when he heard of these rumours, used to shrug his Bhoulders and utter some pleasantry about 'the green-eyed mounter jealou...

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SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 13 January 1906

SrDNBY, .Friday night. New wheat 39 2id,old 3576 ; duff Si 3s 5d ; oats ss to 2s 2d. - . x The local wheat market shows, ad alter*1., tion, the ruling price being Still 26 o^dlS' 2S iod, with a downward tendency'.

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

fe^$2fe£ T^ RUTHERGLEN pURNIShlNG WAREHOUSE. J-ESSSSsll The largest Stock in the North-East, /Ii^B^I^^^Brv a few Special Lines for the Season— ..XgCffllfP^t^s^^r III K^-vSlj T^IE? DOORS, WmE (adjustable) Window Frames, Deck Chairs (ant-proof), Wicker Fuekitcbe, Verandah Blinds, all ?ssiiS.MJI[EsgBg5sg ' jSullEBaEaai I ' V sizes (only the Best kept in stock), Lounger, Linoleums to please everybody— over 00 pieces to select from, Dr.WINQ ||§£5^{||f«!Bg^' ~ **. ? ill^^riil R°0M- Dining Boom, and Bedroom Suites, Bedsteads and Bedding, Prams and Go-Carts, Fenders and Irons, Carpet ^ 111 1111111116^^ II P^fi °U1 long exPelience in tlw FURNITURE BUSINESS is a guarantee that you will got reliable goods at the LOWEST PRICES. lifil ^HBr' j& 1101 ' flll ? Inspect the large and varied Stock — New Designs every week. ? iJ| Wrj/ujg. IIIILJ ' ALL GOODS CAREFULLY PACKED AND DELIVERED FREE. jMm^ PlL ™ ^rYOUNKMAN and Co., ^jEylHIg: ? --illlwJllia. Rutherglen Furnishing Warehouse, RUTH ERG LEN...

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LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. [BY WIRE-REUTER.] MELBOURNE, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 13 January 1906

LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. [By wibb— Eedteb.] JfELBOUBNE, Friday evening. The wheat market is steady for sbip pingparcels. For new wheat buyers ate offering 3s *Jd, the supply being equal to the4cmand London market cabled doll. at 3is6d per quarter ; the millers are not' buying freely, 36 sdforprimebeingabout their limit ; 'old wheat is quoted at 3« 4d for prime; oats market firm, with good export demand : Algerian milling (s lod to is iojd, choice is iid, heavy feed jsgd to is 9}d, light isSd to is 8Jd, inferior is 7(1, s'-out white and Tartarian nominal, 2s Gd to 29 8d ; flour export demand steady at £7 55 ; potatoes better, £4 101 to/'s ; onions steadier ; prime 4is.6d-.ta 45s ; chaff ; prime 60s, inferior ios .4* 35s- . . ?.,?'..:?? j

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Ten Years' Bad Weather. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 13 January 1906

Ten. Tears' Bad Weather. Two iudiia who had not aeeu each other lot years recently met in tbe street. They recog nised each otber after 0. time, And their recog nition was cordial. ' So delighted to see you again. Why, von are scarcely altered.' 'So glad ; :;nd how littlo changed you en. Why, bow long is it since we metF' *' About ten years.*1 'And why have you never been to see me f' ' My dear, just look at the weather we have had.*'

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No Change Given. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 13 January 1906

No Change Given. A we'll known Dean of Norwich telll thi following good story njpiinst himself: — Some few week* ago he came to a sHo in a Reli which was occupied by a farm lad, who was eating his bread and bacon lunch. Tbe boy made no attempt to allow bis reverence to pass, so was duly leotured for Ui hu'k of manners. ' You seem, my lad, to be better fed than taught.' 'Very like,' answered the lad, aUoingoS a piece of bacon, 'for ye tenches 01, but Oi feeds meself.'

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

RHEUMATIC & GOUTV AFFECTIONS. (fl/ 'drlgtfl,') The unnatural retention erf orlc ttld nn4 ether urinafy and litliHr/ pohahi in the blood produced u group tit complaints which Inflict upon UumHrjItf IH*I(| cdntinufd euffcf' ing and Intense naio. The1 niBal Minitntth bf these complaints are flteiimatlmn, gau-( lumbago1, sciatica anpi neuralgia. Tho kidi rltJTS arid liver are trte Organs untla whlfii Haturc llsi imposed tlie tnsk tif titro*tjtt| (ram tHii Modd cHftsin nilrttcr1 jvh!ch is U-Irit continuously mhnufoclurc-l In tile UbdV) 0wlrlg -d the' wasting of the tissues. It is ps hcoeiaary td lite' that did wbstlilg tit .(be tissues must proceed unihivrruptedly ?« H Is that tho substance cff.the boViy must I* rtigularly rtnewbd liy.the food we tat; Ibb Mter we drlnli, tind the hif, n* Jireitllfc. It Ls equally ntcMsS^. t« KWli iUHtlw-we. (E ctiitter should b^er'pejloj^ ij$fl\ -Ji^ ^*^a continuously, for its. presence in thi) b16«I entails disease or death! . - . .. t ,; -v The...

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

Iiiming. Dr. A. P. Aitkeu, ainicultura) chemist t» the Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland, has unit pregnant remarks on ??LimeanditsUsesiu Agriculture.' Although they are adapted more to farming in the old country, whore many of the soils mre deficient iu lime, yet they will be of practical utility to thorie who have selected wile which are not as rich in lime as they ought to be. One of the beatquutationBwecan giyeiri: ' When applied to a liirbt uumanurcd sod, the effect of lituing would be to unlock the fertility resident in the sjil, especially the potash contained in the Mlicates and the nitro|ron contained in tho orguniumatier. The inoreasod activity of the nitrifying bacteria would rapidly ounvert inutili uf the organic nitrogen in nitric acid, and this would be utilised by the first crop to a great extent, while ihe remainder, after the remuval of the crop, would be run through the thin soil in the autumn and cscapn by tbe drains as nitrate of lime. Nitrate of lime...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 January 1906

For Christmas Presents and New Year Gifts »^* INSPECT H. Rosenbloom's WELL-ASSORTED STOCK OF atches, Jewellery, S.lver=mounted and E P. Goods, Clocks, etc. Reliable Keyless Lever Watches from 1 2s 6d. H. R0SENBL00M, WflTCHMFmER FiNCi JEWELLER, e©R©wa. THE PHARIllACY, xext post office, coeowa jy] WILMOT'S HEADACHE WAFERS, A safe ana effective euro for till forms of Hcndaclie. Is per box. H ? : r PROVED REMEDSES. t Df. Beaney's Blood aad Liver Pills, an:excmediciine^amily H WILMOT'S LIVER MIXTURE, 3SPER bottle A* E. WILMOT, Pharmaceutical Chemist. Agent for the celebrated Hurstvillc and Camdcn Nurseries. Choice Stock of Flowering Tbnts, etc., on hand. T. FflRKIN^CO., COROWA. Sparkling Beer in bottles FROM TOE Cascade Brewery Co., Ltd., MOBflRT. We have been appointed Sole Agents for the above for Corowa and District, and the Beer is now on Sale at 6s per doz. ? TRY IT. ? Australian Wines IN BULK: Fine Matured Port ? 3s per gallon. Fine Old Port ? 5s and 6s per gallon. IN BOTTLE: Sherr...

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Local Government. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 January 1906

Local Government. The new Shire Bill coines into forco during the next six months, and the Department of Public Works is now busy nreuarinc for its in auguration. One of the first matters to occupy attention will relate to ob jections to shire boundaries, which were received too late to be consid ered by the Local Government Commissioners. It is anticipated that by the end of January the boun daries of all the shires will he definitely determined. During Jan uHry notifications will he gazetted of proposed additions to municipalities, 3ind in connection with' these, objec tions will be received during Febru ary. Hegiilations in regard to the procedure and polls which must be taken in connection with any addi tions to municipalities, as provided by the Act, will be prepared, and it is anticipated that such polls will be held during March. Under the new Act, the Governor is empowered to make orders for the provisional government of shires on their being constituted. He inny therefore a...

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