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

Hudson's Hedical Hall. WITH SUMMER COME EYE COMPLAINTS. For Thirty.ThrQO loirs THREE FAMOUS REMEDIES Jmva thriven in Rivcrina. Golden Eye Drops ? ... 2s Golden Eye Ointment ? 2s Golden Fly Lotion ? is THEY FIX ? P°STED EVEErWHEEE Bad Eyes, Sore Eyes, Inflamed Eyes, Weal: Eyas, Fly-Bitton Eyes. Q I LLI ESf CHEMIST.COROWA. For Christmas Presents arid New Year Gifts ? tS' INSPECT 'j H. Rosenbloom's J WELL-ASSOKTED STOCK OF atches, Jewellery, Silver=mounted and E P. Goods, Clocks, etc. Reliable Keyless Lever Watches from 1 2s 6d. WfiTCHnFMER FJNCJ JEWELLER,

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Necessity and Invention. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 January 1906

Necessity and Invention. A mother with her seven children started away on a journey. After en tering the car, the largest child was laid out flat on the seat, and the re maining six then sat upon him in a row. When the conductor came around to collect the fares, the mother counted her money, handed it over, smiled, and suavely said: 'Sir, the oldest is under Btx.' Dressmakers will bo interested in the device for accurately and easily marking a skirt so that the bottom shall be at a uniform distance from the ground fall round after the hem bas been made. The mechanism con sists of arms and .slides, which catch the bottom of the ianrient as it hangs on a model and 'Sen mark the place where the material is to be turned over for the hem. 'Tlxe Corowa Clijro'xiicle9' PUBLISHED AT O O R O 'W A, Pff. «S. W,, BVBKY WBDNBSDAY AKD SATURDAY. Has tlx© I^AJEZGBST CIRCULATION of Any Bl'Weekly Newspaper Published in Southern Riverlna. SUBSCRIPTION.— Ifa. per annum; 4s. per quarter; 12s. per annum ...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 January 1906

J. CRISFIELD, T. Brierly, M.V.S.V., pjxe TEEE YIXETAED, REGISTERED veterinary RUTHERGLEN. BURGEON ? OP VICTORIA, * LL WINES guaranteed pure and -vell- MAY BE ^* atured, supplied in large and small Consulted on all Ailments qua ' ? AKD Write for Sample and Prices. Diseases of Horses and Cattle, ? Horse Dentistry. EfejS$^r CLARK, ADDRESS:— ^22|5SSL^- P^MH-^ RIVER ST., COROWA. ISRSP' BUTCHER, the fashionable Corowa & Wahgunyah, Hairdressing and Shaving deshifs to thank customers for favors already received, and hopes by Strict Atten SalOOn. tion to Business, combined' with Civility and Cleanliness, to merit a continuance of (Opposite Royal Hotel). their support. p f\-l paapY OnIy Puniest Quality of Meat Kept. Meat trill be kept in Cooling Chambers Proprietor. during Summer Month;. DESIRES to Inform the Residents of ? Corowa aud District that he has purchased ^^ _ ^^ ^^ B -^ m ?? the Hairdressing and Tobacconist's Busi- UlElUa UKUwbi ness Utely carried on by Mr. C. H. Wright. '*...

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

OUR NEIGHBORS. ' Neighbors exist to be loved, to be hated, and to borrow things from. It is comparatively easy to love your neigh- 1 bor as yourself when you know that I he has constantly on hand a good sup- ! , ply of all the things you need. A good, i accommodating, and whole-souled neighbor, with a full stock of china that you are not ashamed to show to your friends, and a lawn-mower that really cuts the grass from your own. lawn just as well as it does from his, is a joy forever. We cannot, of course, always choose our own neighbors, but if we have good taste, a fair amount of judgment and ordinary nerve, we can usually make a judicious selection of the things they have. It is a. curious fact that the farther off our neighbors are the more we love them. In remote country districts, where the nearest one is a mile away, he has a large place in our heart and soul. In the suburbs, a hundred feet away we hob-nob with him In emer gencies. But in the city, where we can feel the vibrat...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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AGRICULTURE. PREPARATION OF THE SOIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 January 1906

i AGRICULTURE. j 1 ? . ? i PREPARATION OP THE 80IL. A thorough preparation of the soil by the application of the particular fer tiliser it stands most in need ot 1b one of the chief factors in its successful management Its importance was well put forward at a meeting of a Farmers' Institute in America by a fanner, who said: 'Soils that are badly run down by continuous cropping may be restored to their orig inal state of productiveness by the use of fertilisers, but the cause of small returns 1b not always due to lack of fertility. Many conditions may prevail which may prevent the phut attain ing a healthy development Better conditions, obtained by drainage, lim ing, etc., may be necessary before the plant can avail itself of further addi tions of plant soil. The more perfect the condition of the soil -is made, the better will plants be able to attain the highest development; there will then be greater conversion of food into crops. Our soils are the medium in which we can at pleasur...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PIGEONS' MEMORIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 January 1906

PIGEONS' MEMORIES. 'Havo pigeons good memories?' 'Well, I should say they have! Here's a case in point,' remarked a fancier. 'Four or five years ago I had a pair of fantails. as pretty a pair ot pigeons as you ever saw. I sold them to a man living miles away. Three years later I went there to judge some birds, and afterwards went home with a local fancier. He took me out to the barn to show me some new contrivance, and as we went along I noticed a cou ple of fine fantails. 'Those are hand some birds you've got,' I said. 'Yes; but they're so wild,' he answered. They're the birds I got from you three years ago, and they have been so fussy and excitable since I've had them that I can't go near them or got them to come near me.' 'It all came -back to me then, and I told him that the birds bad been just the opposite with me, and had been as tame and friendly aB possible. In the meanwhile, the birds had been circling about us, apparently much disturbed. I got a handful of feed, stood perf...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POTASH SALTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 January 1906

POTASH SALTS. The supplies of potash available for agriculture, except the quantities re turned to the land in farmyard ma nure, are practically all derived from the district of Stanfurt, In Germany. Although potash was previously known to exist there, the mines were not actually worked until about the year 1862, and the Industry then de veloped with enormous rapidity aB the fertilising value of the material be came more and more appreciated. It Is estimated that In 1890 the consump tion was equal to about 72,000 tons pure potash, and now approaches 250,000 tons per annum, which is equivalent to nearly 2,000,000 tons of kainlt. The discovery of this source of potash was very important, because without a plentiful and cheap source of this essential ingredient it would have been impossible to farm on the profitable intensive system now preva lent in Belgium and Germany, and to a less extent also in the United King dom. IS YOUR SOIL DEFICIENT IN LIME? To ascertain whether a soil is def...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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LIGHT IN THE STABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 January 1906

LIGHT IN THE STABLE. To the absence of proper light in the Btable may be attributed many of the diseases to which the eyes of horses are liable. It is easy to imagine what the animal must feel, and the conse quences which are likely to be the re sult, from our own painful sensations on issuing from a dark place to the full blaze of the sun. A repetition of this several times during the day would be inevitably attended with most injurious consequences. A stable ought to be as well lighted as a house, so that this source of in jury may be avoided, and also that any want of cleanliness may be read ily detected. In stables which have a proper quantity of light, the shutters may be partially closed when the ani mals have fed properly and lie down to sleep. Many animals stand too long on their limbs, and this subdued light is more apt to produce drowsiness, In clining him to repose, during which time the food is well known to have the most salutary effect in increasing the muscular fibre ...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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THE USE OF FANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 January 1906

THE USE OF FANS. There arc many curious uses for ' n- n I Japan. The umpire at wrestling and fencing matches uxee a heavy one. slui- d lil.r .1 huge butterfly, the handle hemp the lioily. and rendered imposing by hea y cr.nlh of Hi!k The various motion- of i e fan constitute n language which ihc wrst Iits fully understand and appreciate. One nolalile variety of fan is made of water proof p-jper, which enn be dipped in wut'T, riinl erc.Hefi great coolness by evaporation. without welting the clothes. The flat Ion, matlc of routh |-.i|ii)r. is often used as a grain winnow, to bloiv the charcoa1 lirt's, ami us a dustpan. The Japanese yenl'e li.M. uses 'his fan to pMrfJ 1:1s eve's ''from Ihe sun. l!is heail. bare from cliilillnod. lini-'l!y ner.'s a tluMo. r.nd. when it Joes, I.,- ,.!'ic.;d- m i .-?:». i ? J ?». :-ni will, his fan Lc JirttU lii-i ti':- .-Jius. ..nil .-^vcs laiiaj.

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A Search Warrant. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 January 1906

A Search Warrant.' ? A ? ? Search where vou will k it is impossible to find a better or more reliable medicine for stomach, liver, or bowel disorders Uiau Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. During the past few years they have restored hundreds of sickly people to health and will do as much lor you. We urge every sufferer from Loss of Appetite, Insomnia, Nervousness, In digestion, Dyspepsia, or Billlousuess to give them a trial. For sale by T. Parkin and Co.*

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Help the Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 January 1906

Help the Hospital. Mr. R. F. Gardner advises that tho following additional promises Iirvo been received to the Hospital Whealyrowors Fund : Win. Thom son, Berrigan 1 ; J'no. Nolan, Lily date 2 ; Guskelt Bros., Morningside 1.

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

^KH PICTURE FRAMING Costs vary littl&,uioro than the inferior kiud ; but it brings out nil the good points in your Pictures, aud satisfies your good taste— tbo other kiud won't Jf ™ an, thiM»« of getting that Kcturo or Photo Framed, ask our advice. rltwilK&st y?uNOTHDl01.andyou»eediiotbfllwitiSil», youlike. SutftwiUtoLiiffi Vn^$ [?]

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

Licensing Prosecutions. The interest taken in the now Liquor Act was manifested by the large attendance at the Police Court on Wednesday, when tho first cases under its provisions were tried before Mr. Oslear, P M. D. C. Young, executor in the estate of late Mrs. Chenhall, pleaded guilty to permitting three, persons to be drinking in the public bar during prohibited hours. Fined £1 and 6s costs, or seven days. John Wcstlake, charged with being on licensed premises on Sunday, the 7th inst., pleaded not guilty. Mr. W. A. Edmondson appeared for the defendant. Constable Welby deposed that he saw defendant standing in tbo passage of tbe Birerina Hotel talking to some girls at 11.55 a.m. on Sunday, the 7th inst. A few minutes later he came out. Witness saw him going into the premises about 15 minutes before. Did not go after him, but saw him — The P.M. : 'According to Section 17, you must actually find the man on the premises. That means you must actually go into the hotel.' Sergeant Wals...

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

Police Court. The Inspector of Nuisances pro ceeded against Mar}' Mclnnes snd Clarence Kennedy, for driving with out lights. Fined 2s Gd aud 5s costs in both cases. Victor Malmsboiff, Arthur Roaoho. W. Squires, and Win, Oswald were fined Is, and 6s costs, for bathing in the public view. The police stated this was the first case of its kind, and' did not press for a heavy penalty. Jeremiah Breen and Ed. Ooodwore fined 10s and 6s costs each for riotous behaviour. Jeremiah Breen was also fined £2, or in default one month, for using indecent language. John Chrisfield, junior, disobeying an order for the support of an illegi timate child. An order for payment of £2 18s, or in default imprisonment till the order was complied with.

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

Trie. PHARMACY, xext post office, corowa R=] WILMOT'S HEADACHE WAFERS, A wife and effective cure frr nil forms of Hcndaehc. Is per box. R PROVED REMED9ES. E Dr. Beaney's Blood and Liver Pills, AN-nxS^EFAMILV E] WILMOT'S LIVER MIXTURE, * n» bottle A* E..WILMOT, Pharmaceotical Chemist. » Agent for tlie celebrated Hurstville and Cnmrlcn Nurseries. Choice Stock of Flowering Plnnts, etc., on h.iud. T. FflRKIN ^ CO., COROWA. Sparkling Beer in bottles FROM' THE 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 ST. ? Australian Wines m BULK: Fine Matured Port ? ^ ? 3s per gallon. Fine Old Port ? 5s and 6s per gallon. M BOTTLE: Sherries ? is and is 6d per bottle. Ports ? is, is 3d, is 6d, and 2s 6d per bottle. Muscat ? is per bottle Lindeman'sWines Claret, Hock, Port, Muscat ? 2s 6d per bottle T. FflRKIN^CO., Storekeepers and Direct Importers, COROWri, ? AT ? JOHN F. MALONEY'S - ? ('T...

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Walbundrie Police Court. MONDAY , 11TH JANUARY, 1906. (Before Mr. C. C. Oslear, P.M). [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 20 January 1906

Walbundrie Police Court. Monday, 11th January, 1906. (Before Mr. C. C. Oslear, P.M). George Wyburd (forester) v. An drew Mickan and Gottlieb Mickau, illegal occupation on Crown lands. Defendants pleaded guilty, and were fined £1 each and 6s costs. Thomas Heathcole, J. W. Max well, George Azzi and James Hogan, and Simoon Peter Hunt were lined 10s, and 6s costs for keeping unregistered dogs. A NEW POINT UNDER THU BOO ACT. Constable Osborne proceeded against Arthur Hunt for keeping an unregistered dog nt Brocklesby on 21st November last. Defendant pleaded not guilty. Constable Osborne deposed to visiting defendant's premises at Brocklesby on 21st November last, and seeing the dog in question there. Defendant's mother stated that she bad not tho receipt for the dog, but it had been registered. Brocklesby was a township situated in the police district of Albury, to which the pro vision of the Dog Act had been ex tended, and witness produced ' Go vernment Gazette ' containing such notice....

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

Closer Settlement. A meeting of the Closer Settle ment League was held at the Coun cil Chambers on Thursday night. The Mayor presided, aud thero were also present : Messrs. Jensen, Cain plin, Shelly Smith, King, Fowler, Lewis, Chivell, Ritchie, Allan, Gardner, Brewer, and the secretary (Mr. Currie). Shelly Smith was elected to the committee. The Clear Hills Progress and Farmers' and Settlers' Association did not think it advisable to form a brunch of the League at Oaklands, as it was not thought that at present there was any necessity for urging the Government to adopt the policy advocated by tbe League. Mr. David Reid,jun., secretary at Howlong, advised the formation of a branch at that centre, as annonced by our correspondent in another column. Mr. Fowler said that Mr. Reid would like them to come out again, when he promised to get up a meet ing. R. McMillan (' Stock »nd Station Journal,') advised that he did not think it necessary for men who had signed his forms to sign the Gove...

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

The Harvest. There bave beeu some sen rational yields around Henty, up to 8 bagu baviug been Btripped

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

Billiard Tournament. Wednesday night Baw tbe conclusion of the Billiard Tournament promoted by Mr. Denshire. The final round was played betwtPn Mr. MoClure and Mr. Hawthorn. 'Mac.' won amidst a scene of uuparalioled enthusiasm. Anyhow, he was the recipient of many congratula tions. Mr, Hawthorn played tome goo.t shots, and there was great applause thereat. _^^_^^^__

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

Corowa Water Supply. In our last issue the discussion of the Borough Counoil on Monday, ro gavdiug the letter leoeivod from the Public Works Department asking tlio authority of the Council to proceed with the Water Scheme, was neces sarily brief. Herewith we furnish s further report. Thero was a full attendance ol nldormen, After the letter (already published) Lad been, mad, Aid. Piggin said they had- arrived at the stage when they were expected to take some definite action. They were asked to put the scheme into concrete form, to guarantee the cost, and abide by what was done. He did not know that they had yet reached that stage. Had they made up their minds to adopt this plan for their water supply, and especially the proposed source? He submitted that they had not gone far enough. The Binking of a small trial shaft and the finding of good water did not prove that they would get a sufficient sup ply for all purposes with the proposed reservoir. They were not justified without furt...

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