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

!;Cori0wa Common. Tiie annual meeting 'of Common era'; was held at tbe School of Arts on Wednesday afternoon, Mr. David Oswald presiding. Some half a doKen commoners' attended, includ ing Messrs G. Plunkett, F. Fraser, G. Makoveyiff, H. Jamieson, and J. N. Martin, the secretary (Mr. 3. D. Fraser), having considerable difficulty in securing a quorum. The minutes of thepreviousmeeting were read and confirmed on the mo tion of Mr. Fraser, seconded by Mr. Makdveyiff. The following balance-sheet was received and adopted on the motion of Mr. Makoveyiff, seconded by Mr. Jamieson : — £ s d RECEIPTS. ToBalanee ? 1C C „ Stock feet, firewood. 4c. . ... 95 16 0 96 H 6 KXPENDITUKE. ? i . ByuUriM and wages ... 09 17 8 InBUranoe ... ... 7 0 Advertising, A-c ? S01 Auditor's Feet ... ... 110 Bates P. P. Board ? 1 13 8 Improvement! ... ... 5 14 8 Fumigator ... ... 8 7 C Sundries ? c 7 1 Balance ? 6 5 96 U C Audited and found correct by J. H. Lkngler. The meeting then adjourned.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Nowranie Lands. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 January 1906

The Nowranie Lands. The following letter appears in the ' Dailv Telenrauh ' : — To the Editor.— I enclose herewith copy ol a resolution passed at a public meeting held here to-day, aud I shall be glad if you will kindly publish same in your paper. — MICHAEL QUINN (Herdsman), Uisna Town Common; January 10. [Carried unanimously : — ' That this meeting strongly protests against the suggestion of the Corona Closer Settlement League that the fitness of applicants for the Kowranie lands should he considered by the Land Board at Corowa as well as at Urans, .is this would chiefly be in tbe interests of resi dents of Victoria, a number of whom it is expected will apply for tho land. ' And, further, as there is a certainty of at least 10 applicants resident in New South Wales applying (or each block, - this meeting considers that no extra facilities should be given to Victormn applicants, such as cousidcring their fituets at Corowa, because there mil be a much greater number of eligible resi ...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Oituary. DEATH OF MR. G. H. WILLIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 January 1906

Obituary. DEATH OF MR. G. H. WILLIS. The death occurred early on Sun day morning of Mr. George H. Willis, of ' GreenlandS,' Hopefield, at the ace of G5. The cause of death was a general break-up of the system, the deceased having been unwell for some time. Latterly, however, he had been able to get about, aud the end, therefore, came rather suddenly. Mr. Willis was an old aud much reBpeoted resident of the district, and the news of his death came as a sad ehock to his many friends. He was a, well-known adherent of the Corowa Presbyterian Church, and always willing to help that body in any way. Movements for the good of the dis trict always secured his support, and he was a member of the Committee of the Pastoral, Agricultural, and Horticultural Society, the Pastures Protection Board, Vine and Fruit growers Association, and Progress Committee for many years. A specimen of the best type of Scotch pioneer, being born at Meigle, Scotland, Mr. Willis attracted many warm friends by his st...

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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 January 1906

Sporting Notes. ? » ? ? Blua Sjiec's Melbourno Cup pilot. P. Bullock, was in good form at Geelong on Saturday, riding Maninga to victory ill llie Oil), Tortivc iu the St. Albans Plate, and Zaza in the St. Albaue Purse. Tho Riiglish-bred marc Nun Nicer, who was imported by tbe Messrs. Mohcsin 1904, was successful on Saturday, when she won the Jiuiuary Stakes at Rosehill. Kun Nicer is by tho English Derby winner Common (who has not been a consjiicuoufl success at tbe stud) from Koyai Mazurka, by Royal Hampton from Mazurka, by Sce Snw. Common is a son of Isoromy. It does not oft«u happen that a lmrso who is sold for 250gs. returns his new owner the purchase inonev within a lew days, and at tbe first time of asking. Wca Laddie is one that claims that distinction. It was only a week or two since that colt was (old to Mr. E. D. Barry for the sum named, aud on Saturday last be was nerved up favorite and won the' Rosehill. Handicap iu rather good style. Despite all tho noise that baa been m...

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

Hudson's nedical Hall. WITH SUMMER COME EYE COMPLAINTS. j?oi Thiitf-iiiiMS ittsm THREE FAMOUS REMEDIES havn thriven in JJiverinn. Qoicten Eye Drops ? 2s Qolden Eye Ointment ? 2s Golden Fly Lotion- ? ... 1s POSTED EVERYWHERE'. THEY FIX: Bad Eyes, Sow Eyes, Inflamed Eyes, Weak Eyos, Fly-Bitten Ej-^. TflBLE ? BEER, Per -5d Bottle. OBTAINABLE AT ALL HOTELS, AND WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS. 'BREWED BY THE flLBURY BREWING * MflLTING COnPflNY, LTD.

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Commercial LOCAL RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 January 1906

Commercial; LOCAL EETAIL PRICES. Butter (factory) Is Id to Is 2d; Butter, (dairy), to lid. Cheese, 9d to lOd. Eggs 7d to 9d. Bacon, 9d to lOd. Ham, 30d to Is. Currants, 5hd to 6d. Raisins, 5d to Cd. Onions, (per. cwt.), 6s. Potatoes, 8s. Oats, 2s Cd to2s9d. Fowl feed, 3s. Bran, Is. Pollard, Is 2d. Flour. 16s to 17s. Chaff, £3.

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Police Court. (Before Messrs. J. C. Leslie and E. Piggin J's.P.). [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 January 1906

Police Court. (Before Messrs. J. C. Leslie and' Ii C. Piggin J's.P.). Allan Tempest, charged with beiiig drunk and using obscene language was fined is or 24 hours for the first offence, and 10s or 3 davs on the second charge. George DeMamiel, on remand from Daysdale on a charge of being of unsound mind was discharged on the medical evidence. From all accounts the wheat yield in the district will not tie up to expectations. Away from the river there has been very little rain since winter. Although most of the crops are high and of luxuriant growth, the beads have not filled out, and the returns are very light It is question able whether the average will be much more than three bags. Advices from Coreen district state tho yield there will be about three and a quarter hags. Three Western lands leases, situ ated on Tarwong run, in the Hay North land district, of an aggregate area of 80,720 ocreB, were sold by auction by Mr. Charles Hidgcock on Saturday. Tbe buyer was Mr. Henry Purslow, ...

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SYDNEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 January 1906

SYDNEY MARKET. Sydney, Monday. — New wheat is quoted at 3s art to 3s 1 d. There w.ts steady enquiry for oats : Melbourne Al gerian feed brought 2S to 2s id, and milling 2s 2d. Sales of cbickwbea t were made to 3s id, second milling 3s ad. Bran brought 9jd,pol!anl is 10 is ojd. Local chaff wus in good supply, and prices were slightly lower.

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Collapse of a Bridge. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 January 1906

Collapse of a Bridge. A nine horse waggon loaded with 105 bags of wheat, driven by Mr. Andrew Nagle from Coreen, was crossing the second bridge between Corowa and Wahgunyah yesterday afternoon, when the floor of the bridge collapsed. One of the hind wheels fell right through the gap, tbe under-carriage of the waggon beiug badly twisted, and a lot of the wheat being thrown off. The load weighed about eleven tons. The state of this bridge has been re peatedly drawn attention to by both tbe Borough Council and the Pro gress Committee. With extraor dinary dilatoriness, repairs are only boing undertaken now when the huey season is in full swing. The most unsatisfactory feature of the smash is that it occurred where the bridge has been already mended, some of tbe broken planks being quite new. For such light flooring the spans on the bridge seem too wide. It is questionable whether the Govern ment are responsible for the damage done to the waggon aud the delay and trouble, hut if they are...

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SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 January 1906

SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. Sydney, Monday.— At Homebusb to- H day 7,998 sheep and lambs were penne/', 9 Meriuo wethers brought 8s to 15s, exua H prime to 16s 6d, crossbred wethers 12s to ^B 15s 6d, mcrinoeewes 6s to 12s 6d, extra to ' H 15s, crossbred ewes us 6d to 14s 6d. ? Lambs, of which 600 were penned, H brought 7s to 14s, extra to 14s Q'l. l,lS6 H cattle were yarded. Bullocks sold from £5 loslofg i6s, extra to £10 ; cows £4 to £7 19?. Hest beef was worth 19s to 22s per loolb. A. A. 1'iggin & Co. report having leased Oak Vale Farm at Redlamls, on a,c. of Mr. l'rank Barnes, toMr. William Thomas, ol Yackaudaiirlah, Vic , for a term, with the option of purchase.

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The British Elections [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 January 1906

The British Elections, The, elections tthioh are now being held in BrJtttin point to an over whelming victory for the' Freetrade and Liberal Party. An analysis of tbo candidates rc far returned gives tho following re sults : Unionists 12, UnionistFree traders 2, Liberals 34, Labor 11, Nationalists 7. The most sensational feature ol the contests so far is the decisive defeat of Mr. Balfour, ex- Prime Minister, for Manchester East. This has occasioned intense excitement, especially in Manchester and Salford. Mr. Balfour, iryiddressing the Con servative Club' acknowledged tho gravity of the disaster, but predicted that the Liberals' tenure of office would be brief. A factor in the defeat of Mr. Bal fouv was probably a strong freetrade manifesto issued in Manchester by some leading experts in the cotton trade, on which the great city is largely dependent. The' Liberals have gained seats from1 the1 Unionists in several con stituencies. Labor candidates have also gained seats — in each in...

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LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 January 1906

LATE C01I.UERCr.AL NEWS. [BY WIUE— HEUTEDJ SVUSEY, Tuesdav night. Cbaff, beivily stocked, £3 Ss to £3 Ss Cd, wheat 3s 2d, oats 2s to 2s Id. Tbe giaiu li.-.ddling trouble coutiuues. The stevedores arc calling for laborers.

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

A Wonderful Medicine. ' I can sincerely recommend Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea, Remedy to all who are attacked with bowel complaints,' writes Mr. George Adams, of Albury, 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 ago, I had a bottle with me, {or 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.' Without E. N, BULL you cannot havo a perfect set of artificial tenth to masticate your food. *

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

W. L. Taylor * Co., (Walter L. Taylor. Geo. 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. WDougall's Sheep Dip. Cohoe and Walster'sEabbit Poisoner. The Australian Mutual Fire Insur ance Association of Austral Asia, Limited. Offices : A 'GER STBEET, COEOWA. Wheat! W. L. TAYLOR & CO. Grain Buyers, Corowa. FREE STORAGE. CHEAP MONEY. Wo have £2G,000 Trust Moneys to lend on Broad Acres in sums to suit at 4%, 1}%, and 4$%, according to security. W. L. TAYLOR 4 CO., Corowa. Clearing Sale. Stock, Machinery, and Furniture. GERMANTON. About middle of February on a date to be fixed. W. L. TAYLOR & CO. IjNDER instructions from Mr. J. F. *-* Kingston, Boachdale, who is leaving the District, will sell by Auction in con junction with Messrs. Hudson & STEWART, the whole of hia EXTENSIVE FARMING PLANT, Including Horse...

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

H. J. Norman and CoJ* TEA, COFFEE, AND COCOA MERCHANTS, Albury, HAVE much pleasure iu informing the Public that the necessity no longer exists for sending to Melbourne or Sydney for a REALLY GOOD TEA. All our Teas are direct from Growers, handled only by ourselves, and being EXPERTJ1LENUERS wc guarantee to please the most fastidious taste, and DEFY COMPETITION. W Send for Trial Package of our Delicious Teas. '?! [N TINS: 121bs, XSlbs, 2Olbs, 281bs. IN CHESTS: 501bs, SOlbs, lOOlbs. At Is, !s 3d, Is 6d, Is 9d, and 2s per Ib. AND COMPAEE IT -WITH ANY TO BE UAD IN THE COMMONWEALTH. Teas packed for the Trade. All Orders receive prompt attention. $^» 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' guarantee, samples of which can he seen on the premises. All our Machines are carefully tested before delivery, and the finish and staving power in of the be...

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

Local and General. THE river was 2ft. above summer levei last, nisbt. BonDrr. Rowing Club.— a meeting of the iuiovr- Club will be beld to-uiabt at llr. E. J. Ko'ly's bot.M at 8 o'clock. HOWLONG JiEIDGi:. — The Victorian Minister for Works lias made a grunt oi £100 ton a rd.- tbe construction of approach^ lo the Hiiwloiijr bridge, conditionally on the Rjtuarglen Cojncil voting a similar MooDrc.irr.itE Regatta.— The secretary (MV. P. Bolt), advises that the profit on the late rngatta amounted to /. ]'j Cs less £3 10* lialf freifcbt on tl;a Cobram boat. Each elub will benefit to the exteat oicboutia, a vory r.rc-.-i-t!ihlu help to all cf them. M.U.I.O.O.P.— Mr. J. P. Taylcr who w.-i.- appointed to rcpresc-ut Corowa nt tho nnnuil district meeting of the above order t.i lie beld at Gcnuuiiton on the 2i(h Janusiy, ndvises tbe secretary ftir. 11. ll--enlWii!) that he will be uunble to «t leiid. cr,o-r:i! Settlement Llagui:.--a inceiins of tins League v.ill bi- held si ?'?nro'.v.i on Thur-:...

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DR. DANYSZ'S EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 January 1906

DR. DANYSZ'S EXPERIMENT. It is only natural, onisideiiug its formidable nature,' that keen in terest is being taken in Dr. Danysz's 1 rouosed experiment with the rabbits. And it in jti.^t as natural .hat s'.rong opposition has been aroused. The proposal lo intro duce a deadly disear-e amongst the swarming millions of rabirts that infest this country is certaink one requiring the gravest consideration. Apart from the natural doubt as to its efficacy, lite attendant danger, even under the method proposed to be adopted, is disquieting. Tire following extracts froui correspond ence published in the metropolitan press, give abundant food for re flection : — ' Dr..D.invus says that iho disease ho is to experiment' with will take to tho fea'lltered tribe. If Euch is tbe case, -what is to ston Iho disofiso ft-nm being introduced iuto the country before tho thing is tested properly 1 As Mr! Aehton has givan the use of nil is laud 01; two uloug the coaet, iustcad of 'the mainland, no doubt he...

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Cricket Notelets. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 January 1906

Cricket Notelets. [By E. E. Marks.] The watch against Eutherglen on Saturday last resulted in another win for Corowa, who, losing the toss, took the field. Henderson and Izon opened the bowling, the former quickly securing a wicket, with the aid of A. Bayliss at leg, hut Izon was off color, and gave way to Hay, Henderson being re placed by Jackson, who in turn handed the ball to Stephens. Hay howled well, securing two wickets, one of them a brilliant left handed catch at mid on by E. Bayliss. Hen derson following Stephens' fast bowl ing, which had upset one wicket, proved successful in dismissing two more, while Hughes, who took Hay's place, also secured two wickets, one caught by himself, and the other by Jackson. Dr. Lang settled the last two men in one over at the expense of 4 runs, the score totalling 98. The fielding was a slight improve ment on the previous match, al though there was a lack of activity about several of the members — point in particular being too stiff and stou...

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Cricket. COROWA v RUTHERGLEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 January 1906

Cricket. COROWA v EDTHERGLEN. A team representing tbe above, journeyed to Rutherglen on Saturday last, and again had a good win. Eutherglon batted first, and compiled 98 runs. Twelve men played on each side. Corowa caught this total with three wickets down, but some of the others also went in and had to retire if they made 10. A, Bayliss made top score with 48, after which he retired. J. H. Izon and G. C. Mbrphett did not hat. The scores were' as follows : — RUTHEROLEN. Cottingham, bHay ... ? 13 Burgess, cA. Bijliii, b Hendenon ... 2 Hardy, c E. Bajlisi, b Har ... .;. 28 Amptt, b Stephens :;: ' ;.; .-.: 21 Asburr, b Henderson ' ;.; ;..- ..-. 5 Frew, c and b Hughtt ..; .:. ... 1 Blowers, it. Wfltou, b Lang ... ... 13 Haaon, b Handerson ... ... .:: 1 Moran, b A. Barling ... ... :.. a Herriu, not out ? .: ..: 7 Evaui, c Jackson, b Hughes ? 3 N«ville, c Henderson, b Lang ? 0 Suudrifs ? 3 Total ? 98 Corowa. A. Bayliss, retired ? 48 E. Uayliss, b Arnott ? 0 Hay, c Horrin, b Bloweri ? 85 H...

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Corowa Fire Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 January 1906

Corbwa Fire Brigade. The annual .meeting of the Oorowa Volunteer Fire Brigade was held at the Fire Station on Monday evening. Captain Bjtohio presided, and there were also present Lieutenant Oamplin, Engineer Young and eleven ? firemen, together with the secretary. Tho minutes of the previous annual meet ing were read and confirmed on the motion of Fireman Bent, seconded by Fireman J. Neil. The following balance Bheet was received and adopted on the motion of Fireman J. Dunn, seconded by Fireman Pe6tall. Receipts. S s d Rests ... ... ... 38 6 0 Demotions ... ... ... G 1 O Wjr& Co., sign ... ... 2 3 0 Nominator's Fees ... ... 15 0 Government Grunt ... ... 19 18 10 Sundries ... ... ... 10 6 67 J3 4 EXPENDItUBE. Overdraft 1/1/0G ... ... 14 7 0 Firemen's Atsociatiou Feet ... 3 3 0 Goods ? 1 11 C Horse Hire ... ... ... 7 c Goodi ... ... ... 7 G ? IS 0 R»te ? 1 18 6 Inturance ... ... ... 1 i 5 Lowering Station Floor ... 7 0 0 Goods ? 18 G Concreting Btadi at Station ... 5 13 0 Pet...

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