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

Corowa Water Supply. A special meeting of the Borough Council was held last evening to consider the letter received from the Public Works Department (uublished in tbe Inst issue of the CimoNICLE). There was a full attendance of Alder men, tbe Mayor presiding, and a long discussion ensued. Aid. Pifigin objected to doing any thing till they were thoroughly satisfied that the proposed site would give a sullicicnt supply of water. He would lend his engine and pump to make a trial. Aid's. Thompson, Ritchie, and Chivell strongly opposed any delay, as they were not bound down, but could refuse to accept any tender. Aid. Shortt opposed signing the agreement as they were practically moribund with tlneo of the Alder men shortly retiring. The matter should he discussed by the ratepay ers. The scheme might cost double £9000. The purity of the water should also be thoroughly tested. Aid. Gardner opposed signing, as the ratepayers were never asked if they approved of spending such a largo sum of ...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 January 1906

Personal. . At the annual matches of the Mel bourne Swimming Club at Hegartye Baths St. Kilda, held on Saturday last, Mr. Fred Piggin, son of Mr. F. O. Piggin of this town put up somo good spiints. Tho ' Argus ' writes : — The CO yards Qpqn Handicap at tracted a large number of entries, and was decided in heats. In the second, heat Frank Fitts, tho sprint champion of Victoria, who started from scratch only managed to secure third place. He conceded tho winner of the boat (D. Prichard, Albert-park) lOsoe. The final was an excellent tussle be tween Prichard, W. Moffatt (Brigh ton), and F. Piggin (Melbourne), the first-named only winning in the last few yards, and the others finishing in tbe-oider named. In the Ladies' Bracelet Race, 100 yards, a splendid contest was witnessed. Fitts, who won, showed that he had thoroughly mastered the crawl stroke, but he was bard pushed by £. Piggin, a club mate, who swam well. In fact, the result was in doubt almost to witbin five yards from the pos...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 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 Stomacb and Liver Tablets. During the past few years they have restored hundreds of sickly people to health and will do as much for you. We urge every sufferer from Loss of Appetite, Insomnia, Nervousness, In digestion, Dyspepsia, or Dilliousness to give them atnal, For sale by T. Parkin and Co.*

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CABLES. (REUTERS.) LONDON, Tuesday morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 January 1906

CABLES. (Eectehs.) Londok, Tuesday morning. ? Mr. Job n Burns, a member of tho new Ministry, speaking at- Battersea, de nounced spread eagle Imperialism. He said that the Australians tamld tliiuk twice before helping the Motherland again, as they were angry at being Bold by Chamberlain, who, he declared, had done much to shake tbe faith of the colonies in the Motherland. Mr. Chamberlain, speaking at Bir mingham, stated that so many side issues had been brought into the election that whatever the result was he declined to recognise it as a decisive answer on the fiscal ques tion. Commenting on this SirH. Catnpbell BahbeiUmn said that such nn iitinotLnceuietit did not exhibit Chain berlaiii's usual courage, straight forwardness and belief in his own cause. A startling example of what Pro tection means was illustrated by n, statement made by Brunner War rington, the only manufacturer of Eulphur in England. He said it would pay him to spend £100,000 buying parliamentary votes to se cure...

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

MELBOURNE, Tuesday night. Tbe wheat market is firm, and shippirg wheat in good demand at 3s 2id to 3s 2|d, the supply is large. Private cables report London market firmer at 31s 7Ad to 31s Cd per quarter for cargoes early shipment. At local auctions 935 bags, mostly of medium quality was offered, sales were made up to 3s 2d ? oats market steady, seed 2s, Alger ian Is lid to Is Hid, heavy feed Is lOd to Is llrT, light Is 9d to Is -JW, inferior Is 8d ; stout white and Tartarian uomiual 2s Gd to j 2s lOd ; bran steady at lOd ; pollard lOjd ; potatoes quiet ; new £i 10s to £5 ; oniom quiet ; prime 42s Gd tn 45s ; chaff supply j medium, heavy prime 57s Gd to 60s, good 1 SOs to 05s, medium 45s to 47b Gd, inferior 35s. ? I

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

o^^^a; JME ^UTMERQLEN pURNISHlNQ ^fl REHOUSE. ' jBISBSL The largest Stock in the North-East /aBSiW^lfe, A few Special Lines for the Season— : J^lWzp&f^&^r 1H 3^-wili '\X7'IE? D00RS- 'WlBK (adjustable) Wixdow Frames, Deck Chaibs (aht-proof), WlCKEfc Furniture, Vebaxdab Bukdb, all c£sall^ JBIeeBBrfHl » ' sizes (only the Best kept in stock), LOUNGES, LINOLEUMS to please everybody — over 50 pieces to select from, Drawing 'm^HNM&smi-y ? '?Ih^^lll Room, Diking Room, and Bedroom Suites, Bedsteads and Bedding, Prams ana Go-Cabts, Fenders and Inoxs, Carpet SPlI iPiP^^ 111 PHI SQrAEES' MATR aud BCGS- *°- &c- *c- ? i ? ^ 111 iKIRsi^ 111 iP^I °Ul l0'S exl'elience in llle FURNITURE BUSINESS is a guarantee that yon will get reliable goods at tile Lowest Pnicr.S. ilfll ItiliiP^' JP' llll ' IM ? Inspect the large aud varied Stock — New Designs; every week. ? MW^ S%& fflLJ 'ALL GOODS CAREFULLY PACKED- AND DELIVERED FREE. *jl__3r ..-^r*™** E_mjlul J Wiite for P...

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MELBOURNE, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 January 1906

MELBOURNE, Tuesday night. The Premier (Mr. G. Bent) has re ceived an anonymous letter with reference to the bomb outrage at Detective Sergeant O'Donnell's resi dence. The letter makes a startling suggestion as to how the crime was perpetrated, and asks the Premier to appoint a Royal Commission to in vestigate the matter, and take evi dence on oath. Win. Edwards, a farmer, living at Camperdown, fell from a load of hay on to the road. The dray passed over his body, inflicting terrible in juries, and he died shortly after. Arthur Shaw, a clerk in the Bank of Australasia, was before the Court to-day, charged with tlie larceny of £185 from the Bank. He was re manded to Nathalia. John Kelly, aged 43, a laborer, was committed for trial for an offence against a little girl 7 years old. Bail of £50 was allowed. i

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

No woman can he plain who has beauti ful teeth made by R. N. BULL, next P.O., Garowa.'

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

LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydnev, Tuesday uight. In the Kelly benefit cricket match N.8.W. are 300 for 3 wickets. Sliickay made 136: Tim intelligence Cebartmfeut state they have a list of young fellows who wish tb got on to dairy farms, mixed farms, or on stations. They are anxious to hear from farmers who will take families and give them the necessary experience.

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GRAVEL AND STONE CAN BE CURED. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 January 1906

GRAVEL AND StONS CAN BE CORED. From Mr. G. Lucai, tobafconist, jiapull. da, S.A., 7th December, 1004; 'I liBrd grfat pleasure1 In rc'c'dinrnPnd; ing Warner's 8a« Cui8 iti tHiytin* tfbub1c« willi gravel, knowing from personal cxpfcrl encc what Miffcring one undergoes wlicn onec this dreadful complaint is contracted,' and how it unfits him for the most ordinary duties of life. I suffered for alongtime and was uiisbio to get relief. My urine was thick ond ropy,' and at times full of dark Kolitnml srJini^nl j lit other limes it was of a given colour, t who ninirist bfroid tortrlnk anything, knowing tbe burning pains I would have to endure in urinating. I had a constant desire to pa'ss water, and was unable to retain it for any length of time. My stomach was «ry irritable, my digestion bad with little appetite, and Bwcats at night. I became seriously alarmed after trying many remedies without obtaining any benc (it. JA friend, living at Kapnnda, who had boon cured of the same complaint b...

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[COMPLETE STORY.] HIS BROTHERS WIDOW COPYRIGHT [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 January 1906

luumxrs sroar.1 HIS BROTHER'S WIDOW D. LECHMEBE ANDERSCH, ittthor of ''At. teWKpi.us of (he Korih,' 'through Siormr Sea*,' ' Aijy'i Luck,' TCTT1UC13. Jj^MTTH is C^ not «- Ml ttt'T »?- rte*^ n n com n a me, certainly there ? re more Emi'ths tku Tiaverses r,r X» 1 1 lougUoys, rr evta gocd eld Robert tOM; but (lint there Ehonld l)e two John Smiths in Hat&eld T-im« aonnrrd two members of that ilk Why John Bmiih, stockbroker, thoold n^tt'o in No. 18, John Smith, something in the city, couldn't for the Me of him, cee ; ind why the dickens J. Smith, No. 16, oidn't move, tbe stockbroker wcnld have tusked his wife, if he had lad one, twenty times a dny. Bat John Smith (No. IS) hadn't such a useful article, and occasion ally congratulated himself upon the fact. Still the marriageable lidiea of Hatfield Terrace hadn't altogether despaired of No. 18 yet ; for he Tras only thirty-five, dressed well, and behaved hircEelf ic'such an irre proachable manner, that they unanimously igreed he o...

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HENTY. Its Industries and Shops. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 January 1906

HEHTY. Its Industries and Shops. lnvieiting Henty yonr representative found it to be a compact town of an enterprising nature. Situated on tbe main Southern line, and being 40 miles Iron) Albury, and a e jniar distance from Wagga, to a large extent enableB the local uadespanplB tu com ete witu those centres, and thus control the balk of tr de in the di»irici, which ib of an agricnlrar.il nalnre, th chief product being wheat. Buch town ships as Pleasant iiiiie, Wailandool, llaoyabla, Blaclt Creek, Cookardinia. Urangtline, and bnckingingi trade with Uenly. Doodle Gooma station the properly ol T. Kcighran Kpq., w practically part and parcel of tbe town. Tliisgentleinanistbe ehief landholder of the town. The Government officials comprise 'OBt and Telegraph Master, Mr. ti. Yates ; Hailway Statioo Master, Mr. T. W. M.l«-n; Acting O.PB. first cats Uonstable Hamiltun. The P.M. from filbnry vi-its once a month. Tbe local Justices of the Peace are Dr. Cameron, Messrs. W. A. Neale, C. A. Hosie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 January 1906

SPEEDWELL CYCLE ^^ Jmi W. Flock wood nftdu^ BICYCLES BDILT AND REPAIRS DONE BY FIRST-CLASS MECHANIC. AL8O REPRESENTING— Massey-Harrls Farming: Machinery. The National Mutual life Assurance Society -the non forfeiture Office. The Atlas Fire Assurance Society, Ltd. The Helotte Cream Separator. . Paling & Co., Sydney, Pianos. Dalgety & Co., Sydney and Melbourne. jTlTwurtz, /Saddle and Harness Maker, HENTY, N.S.W. Iff- BUGGIES AND SULKIES TRIMMED. '*t GOOD ASSORTMENT OF SADDLERY STOCKED. REPAIRS DONE IMMEDIATELY. LETTERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. OKNEHAt. BLACK^MTTHS, COACH- ^^B^JMJMtT^V B01LDEB3& umii-WBIGHTS. /^aSB^HH^SA/A HENTY, ? Jl ^ MaKB A 8PECIAL FEATTIBE OF I ;§jJTOp** Horse Shoeing. If sSttBEgbMuF*' AeentR for M*U8EV.HABRT8 -nd EKE AjL-SKHnyBnJji 1 BIBD BI yCLES. 8UNDB1£S anc jWs^S^Sgjggg^J EEPAIK8 at LOWKBT BATES. Bicycles sold for Cash op Easy Terms. HENTY HOTEL EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION. BEST OF LIQUORS ONLY KEPT. Haddock and stabl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 January 1906

HAVE YOU THE ACE OF HEARTS? Hearts are trumps In the game ot life. Clubs do well to knock about with, but they Mil more Mends than enemies, and the only tricks they take arc those of their own kind. Spades are useful and necessary in 'paving the road to success,' but they wear out with time and use, or rust out with disuse. The diamond is the brightest of all, but at best it is a cold star, brilliant in the light, but lost in darkness; It only reflects, it does not create life. But hearts win — first, last, and al ways. In defensive or offensive, in strength or weaknese, in prosperity or adversity, hearts are trumps In the game of life. While the welding r.erviee is pro ceeding in Japan the bride kindles a torch and the bridegroom lights a fire from it and bums the wife's play; things.

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His Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 January 1906

His Trouble. , His trouble was a winsome maid Compact ot witcheries and wiles; She, like an April Bky, displayed , Now cloudy frowns, now dazzling ' smiles. How dealt he with this vexing case? Wisely he acted out his part;— With outer and with inner grace He hugged his trouble to his heart

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Full Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 January 1906

Full Information. A small boy who had recently pass I ed his fifth birthday was riding in a 1 suburban car with his mother, when 1 they were asked the customary ques tion, 'How old is the boy?' After he ing told the correct age, which did not require a fare, the conductor passed on to the next person. The boy sat quite still, as if ponder ing over some question, and then, con cluding that fall Information had not been given, called loudly to the con ductor, then at the other end ot the car, 'And mother's thirty-one!'

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They Don't Speak Now. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 January 1906

They Don't Speak Now. He was a suburban amateur garden er, whose pride in his tiny garden was apt to bore his friends. The other day he had taken a visi tor round his retreat, expatiating at length on the four rose-treeB, pocket shrubbery, half-inch fountain jet, with its little basin and pair of gold-fish, and the summer-house which would almost admit two persons at once. all without retort, until he was asked to admire a twenty-foot 'vista.' Then the worm turned. 'The 'grounds' are certainly very handsome,' he said, 'but I thins: you might improve them considerably.' 'How so?' questioned the owner, divided between gratification and wounded pride. 'Well, if I were you,' suggested his critic blandly, 'I should take a strip off that flower-bed— say four inches wide— turf It over, and convert it in to golf links!'

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 January 1906

LOCAL RETAIL 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, lOd to Is. Currants, 5jd to 6d. Raisins, 5d to 6d. Onions, (per. cvrt.), 6s. Potatoes, 8s. Oats, 2s 6d to 2s 9d. Fowl feed, 3s. Bran, Is. Pollard, Is 2d. Flour, 16s to 17s. Chaff, £3. Commercial.

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In a Barber's Shop. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 January 1906

In a Barber's Shop. A laborer one day went into a bar- - ber's shop to get shaved. After he was seated and the hither about half applied, the barber was called to an adjoining room, where he was detain ed for some time. The barber had In the shop a pet monkey, which was continually Imitating its master. As soon as the hitter left the room the TrtMiirair irrahVtAri the brush and nro ceeded to finish lathering the labor er's face. After doing this he took a razor from its case and stropped it and then turned to the Irishman to shave him. 'Shtop that!' said the lat ter firmly; 'ye can tuck the towel In me neck and put the soap on me face, but, begorrah, yer father's got to shave me!'

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District News. HOWLONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 January 1906

District News. (From ouron-o Correspondeats.) [Details of local events will be gladly received from bona-fide contributors. Help us by keeping your district well in th« public me, and you will bo heluiuc your selves.-ED. C.C.] HOWLONG. A public meeting was held in the local School of Arts ball on Saturday evening, the 13th inst., at 8 p.m., with regard to the Closer Settlement movement. The principal business of the meeting was to elect officers of the branch league that was formed tho evening tbe Corowa delegates, Messrs. Fowler and Salmon spoke on such movement. The following gen tlemen were elected : President, Mr. Wm. Murdock ; vice-presidents, Mr. Thos, Asbford and Mr. J. Menzies ; committee, Messrs. A. O. Boyle, jun., H. Gibson and Paul Moorlield ; hem. secretary, Mr. D. Reid, jun. Tlie correspondence from Corowa centre was discussed, and the meeting was of opinion that the State Lund Bank should take priority to the Im migration question, and that the end of the 3rd clause, r...

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