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CULCAIRN. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 January 1906

CUtCAIBN. The crossing over tile Biliaborig at Culoairn is at last receiving the at tention of the Government to the tune of the expenditure of £30- This is considered by tho local people as waste of money. They have been agitating for years past to have a bridge over the creek at this place, hut the alwise Government think it best to keep spending money in dribs' and drabs in making cross ings which are only washed away every time a flood appears in the creek. For months at a stretch, during the winter this creek is not crossable, and the public have to be content to stay on one side or tho other, or run the gauntlet with the Railway Commissioners, and cross over by way of the' railway bridge, which is very dangerous both to the individual and the travelling public, The writer knows of instances where people have been journeying to Culcairn in the winter, and qot knowing the dangerous nature of the creek when iu flood, have attempted to cross, with the result of a narrow escape fro...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BALANCE SHEET. For period 1st Jan. 1905, to 3lst December, 1905. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 January 1906

Balance Sheet. For period 1st Jan. 1905, to 31st December, 1905. Dr. Receipts * ? d To Bal. Bank of Australasia 31/12/94 ? 463 19 9 Cash in band 81/12/04 ? 20 14 .7 480 14 4 Publio subs. & Donations ... 015 16 7 Entertainments & Sports ..'.' 129 13 11 Patients Fees ? 80 12 6 GovernmentSubBidv ? 745 9 . 2 Unclaimed Poundage ... 5 14 10 Tonder Deposit ? 3 12 0 2007 12 i Cr. EKPENntTrnE. £ ? d By Salnrics and wages ... 480 13 9 Provisions ? 21C 3 10 %Vlnc, Beer, and Spirits ... 27 1 0 Drugs, Instruments, &c ... 130 7 4 Fuel and Light ? 37 12 3 Bedding, Clotbing, &c. ... 35 8 3 Furniture, Ironmongery, Earthenware, Ac. ... 49 10 10 Tender Deposit ,., ... 3 12 0 Prfiitirtg, Advt.-Stat'n'.r&e, 43 7 4 Sjriitary Cleansing.-..- ' ..-.- 30 10 0 PAn6rals ... ..-. ... 31 G 0 MveStocfc ... ... ...? 7 5 0 Sundries ... ... ... 44' 18 8 Petty Cash ? 7 10 0 Minor addition* & Repairs 102 G C Men- Buildings & Equip ments ... in ... 68 6 5 Bal. Ban...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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St. Patrick's Day's Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 January 1906

St. Patrick's Day's Sports. A meeting of gentlemen interested in the above was held on Monday evening, at Mr. T. Kelly's hotel to make arrangements for carrying them OUt tlllB VAAV. In the absence of the President, Father Hickey, for whom an apology was made, Mr. R. O'Leary was voted to tbe chair. There were also present, Messrs. P. McMahon, C. Clayton, Jensen, Foirier, Coad, Wesllake, Malmlierg, Leonard, Kelly and Galbiuith. Tho Chairman having explained the object of the meeting, the election of officers then took place. The following gentlemen were elected :— Patron : The Mayor ; President : -The Rev. Father Hickey ; Vice-Presidents : Messrs. Chicken, Dr. Sbortt, H. O'Leary, J. Rankin, aud T. J. Kelly. Committee : — Messrs. Jensen, C. Clayton, P. McMahon, A. Cauiplin, R. O'Leary, aud A. Roe. Secretary and Treasurer : J. Gftlbiuith ; Assis tant secretary : P. Jensen. It was decided to register the meeting with the N.S.W. League. As St. Patrick's Day falls on a Saturday, the sports...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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TO THE COMMITTEE OF THE COROWA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 January 1906

TO THE COMMITTEE OF THE COROWA HOSPITAL. Gentl;v.:j:n, — I beg to submit to you my report from the month of June, 1905. The beds have been constantly occupied, especially the last Jew months, often the verandah as well. Hod the weather nofbeen 'warm we would have found it necessary to have refused some cases admittance. The infections wards are com pletely fitted up. Now we have n. linen press and the bath in its place. The water supply is very poor, hut that, I understand, is to be attended to. These wards have been in use three times during the past six months. The windmill is a very welcome addition to the Hospital, and is fully appreciated. The appointment of two proba tioners' instead of one staff nurse has been satisfactory so far. I am pleased to say the nurses appointed are promising pupils. The probationer nurses are looking forward with pleasure to their first course of lectures, which will be commenced shortly, aud will be de livered by the Medical Officers. I am, yours r...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 January 1906

Gorowa Fortnightly Market. Thursday, February I. W. i- TAYLOR & CO. VfTLSj tell by ?notion is their Oorowa 100 Fat Merino wethers. 300 Marino Wethers, 2-tosth. 400 Merino Eves, 4 and 6-tooth, ?ISO flhropsbire Cms! We&ners. GOO llfrino Werners. Terms as usual. Farther entries invited. 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. M'Dougall's Sheep Dip. Cohoe and Walster's Rabbit Poisoner, de Australian Mutual Fire Insur ance Association of Austral Asia, Limited. Offices: BANGER STREET, C0ROWA. Wheat ! W. L. TAYLOR & CO. Grain Buyers, Corowa. FREE STORAGE. CHEAP MONEY. We have £26,000 Trust Moneys to lend ?n Bromd Acres in sums to suit at 4%, 4J%, and 4j%, according to securitv. W. L. TAVLOR 4 CO., Corona. Clearing Sale. Stock, Machinery, and Furniture. GERMA...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 January 1906

M. J. Norman and Co., TEA, COFFEE, AND COCOA MERCHANTS, Albury, EAYH much pleasure in informing the Public that the necessity no longer exists for sending to Melbourne or Sydney for a REALLY GOOD TEAi' All our Tens are direct irom Growers, bundled only by ourselves, and being EXPERT BLENDERS wc guarantee to please the most fastidious taste, and PEFV COMPETITION. WC Send for Trial Package of our Delicious Teas. ~W IN TINS: IHbs, l5lbs, 201bs, 281bs. IN CHESTS: fiOlbs, BOlbs, lOOlbs. At Is, Is 3d, Is 6d, Is 9d, and 2s per H-. AND COMPAEE II WITH ANY TO BE HAD IN THE COMMONWEALTH. Teas packed for the Trade. All Orders receive prompt attention. 9S=* NOTE THE ADDRESS :— H. J. Norman and Co., =======^ ? KIEWA-STREET, ALBURY. GEORGE W. FIGGINS, Bicycle Works j Sangef-street, Corowa. ' '' MACHINES built to order from f 10 10s to £14 10s, with 12 months' guarantee, camples of which can be seen on the premises. All our Machines arc careful!? tested before delivery, and the finish and staving ...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 January 1906

Local and General. Dobs PnoHmiTioN: Prohibit.— One of the leading brewers in England states that his firm is executing oue of the largest orders they ever had for two-gallon jars for the brewers of New Zealand, so that they might supply people in prohibition districts with beer. The Weather Forecast.— The Syd. uey forecast last night was : ''Hot northerly winds veering to cool. Dusty and boisterous southerliei starting in southern districts, and gradually extending over the State. Some thunder squalls.' A Lecture on Dairting.— Sir. E. L. Archer, secretary of the Fanner's and Settler's Association, has been advised by Mr. R. T. Bull thnt a dairy expert, (Mr. O'Callaghan) can give a lecture nt Corowa on the 14th February. Mr. Archer informs us that this offer has liccn accepted, and the lecture will be given on the above date. EXPEIi THB PotBON.— Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will clear and expel every atom of poisonous matter which constipation olid other Irregularities hav...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BUSH FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 January 1906

BUSH ETBES. . Despite the careful preparation throughout the country side in talc ing preventive steps against bush rims, renorta are coming in from all quarter* of the damage done by this scourge. Certainly there is au ele ment of gratification in a comparison with the frightful holacaust of last year. Still the damage done is enormous, and the most sinister at tendant circumstance is that iu a large number of cases there is reason able ground for the suspicion that these outbreaks are not accidental. In a country like this it is hard to imagine a crime more dastard and callous than' that of incendiarism in the bush. Apart from the loss of property, there is over the appaliug possibility of loss of life. At time of writing no »uch tragedy is reported, but it is quite within the ' realms of probability that innocent liveB may be sacrificed in a country where there are to many unknown wanderers. Whore these suspicious of wilful burning exist no steps should be spared to sheath home t...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO THE COMMITTEE OF THE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 January 1906

TO THE COMMITTEE OP THE HOSPITAL. Gentlemen,— I beg to present you with the half-yearly report of the work done at the Hospital for the period from 1st July to the 31st December 1905. The number of patients treated during the above mentioned time was 281 (including 10 transferred from the previous half year) ; of these 148 were inpatients, and 133 outpatients. The following (ou the other side), is a summary of cases of disease and deaths of indoor patients. — I am, gentlemen, Yours faithfully, W. SHOKTT. Oorowa, lQlh January, 1906. Dr. W. H. Lang also reported hav ing treated 169 inpatients, whilst 106 received outdoor relief during his term.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 January 1906

SOMEONE has said (must haye been a mere man) that Ladies are hard .to please, but our experience has been that when you say you intend REDUCING YOUR STOCK do so in a genuine and not half-hearted manner. Make no mistake, women are no fools, and can at once detect the true BARGAIN 8ALE from the shoddy article. How many hundreds of Ladies say when GEORGE MALOUF & CO. announce a CLEARING SALE.— Well! at their previous Sale I saved 10s. in every £1 spent, Eemember you have the two hottest months yet to come, but we cannot wait for that. THE SUMMER STOCK in particular MUST BE SOLD, even at your own price. We have no room for NEW GOODS shortly to arrive. We must sell, we can't help ourselves, even if we would. We do not qnoie many prices, SEE THE GOODS and examine the quality. We wili see that the prices are all right. Remember what the poet says :— ' She who hesitates is lost.' — Come right away, bring your friends, as we have B \ EGA INS FOE ALL. Oh! I nearly forgot — Remnants, a...

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Year ending December 31st, 1905. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 January 1906

Year ending December 31st, 1905. Ladies and Gentlemen, — Hiv- ing completed their term of office, your Committee have the honor to present you with the fourteenth ann ual report, The financial position is sound, there being a working balanoe of £760 3s 4d in band. Subscriptions forthe year amounted to £015 15s 7d, as compared with £527 13s lid roceived during the previous 12 months, an increment of £88 U 8d, which your committee considers most satisfactory. Contributions from patients £86 12s Gd, as compared with £79 ISsCd last year. Entertainments, sports, &c, con trihute £120 13s lid, comparing favorably with £51 0s 7d, the result of last year's efforts in this direc tion. Receipts total £1583 6s, as com pared with £1152 13s for previous twelvemonths, and in this connection \ye may ad4 a GorenHneiit subsidy Is due and owirig of £574 iU$d, which should be paid albbut April. Total expendituVe for i.9'03 £1310 7s (inclusive of £85 17s|6d for fittings and furnishings) cpmp'are...

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LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. (BY WIRE—REUTER.) SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 January 1906

LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. [P.Y WniR— BEUTP.B.] SrDNKY, Tuesday night. New wheat is offering freely at 3s 3d ; oats, 2s to 2s 3d ; chaff, £2 Is to £3 7s flil. Melbourne, Tuesday uight. The wheat market Is easier. London cahle's report tliat the home market is dull at 31s 6d ptir charter for cargoes of early shiprtieTit: Local shippers reduced offers to 3s 2}d arid 3s 2jd for parcels. New wheat is arriving freely, being promptly shipped both at Williams town and Geelong. Milling is in fair demand at 3s 2d to 3s 2id, ac cording to parcel. At auctions 1402 bags, mostly small lots, were offered, the bidding was fair, sales were made up to 3s 2ld for prime, seven bags bringing 3s 3d. Oats demand is quiet, and supplies exceed the de mand. Seed, Is lid to 2s; Algerian milling, Is lOd to Is lOJd ; heavy feed, Is 9id to Is lOd ; light, Is 9d ; inferior, Is 8d to Is 8jd ; stout white and Tartarian, nominal, 2s 3d to 2s 6d. Bran, firm, 10 Jd ; pollard, lid; potatoes, supply in excess of demand; cli...

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PROPERTY SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 January 1906

PROPERTY SALE. JOHN D. Frashr reports liavmg sold privately a 4-roomed dwelling and land situate in Walker-street, Corowa, to Mr. J. Jackson, on account of Dr. \V. Shortt, at a. satisfactory figure. Chas. L. Gmffith and Co., report having held their usual fortnightly market at Albury on Tuesday week when they yarded 14,760 fat and itoro shoep, and 72 bead of fat cattle. There was a very ]arg« attendance nt ihi- sale, including a uuiuber of buyers fiorn Ginpihne' aud tlio North Eattera Districts of Victoria, and pricei were very firm .11 '%lilly iu advance of recent rates. This was jnoro noticeable in regard to good lines of sioro sheep, al though the yarding of which wat a very heavy one, ' they have to report hiving effected an almost entire clearance at prices highly satisfactory to vendors. Fat Sheep.— Tlwy yarded 2-220. They sold host crosi-Wd and comeback wethers at 10s others from 13s Gd to 14s 6d ; come back oufs, best, made-to 18s, others from lls Gd to 12s Gd, liost merino ...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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The Corowa Hospital ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 January 1906

The Corowa Hospital . ANNUAL MEETING. Tho annual meeting of the above Institution was held on Friday evening, when there were present : — Messrs. C. T. Brewer, EdmondRon. Thompson, Rosenbloom, Chicken, King, Ogilvie, Currie, J. C. Leslie, E. Gillios, D. Thompson, Broadbent, E»nkin. Drs. Lang and Shortt, and the Secretary. The minutes of the last meeting were fead and confirmed. The secretary then road the an nual report, Matron and Doctor'* reports, and balance sheet as fol lows : — foijrteekth annual report of the Corowa Hospital.

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The Collector's Commission. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 January 1906

The Collector's Com mission. It will be remembered that, at the last monthly meeting of the Hospital Committee the Collector claimed commission on £5 15s Gd, amounts donated to the Hospital, as mere was a doubt as to this commission being due the matter was referred to the Treasurer, whoso decision on these matters is final. At the last committee nieeling on Friday uight last, the Treasuivr (Mr. Ctinie) sub mitted a very full report, in which be decided by the reading of clause 2 of the Collector's agreement that the commission was not due. Clause 2 reads as follows : — ' The Collector shall be paid a commission of twenty per cent, on all subscriptions or donations ' de rived by his own exertions and actually collected by himself and paid over ' to the Treasurer for the time being of the Corowa Cottage Hospital, provided that commission shall not be charged or paid on any 'special donation' to the said Hos pital or on miy moneys obtained by entertainments, concerts, balls, or like m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 January 1906

Some asked how poarls did grow, and whore I Then spoke 1 to my girl to part hor lips and Bhow me there The quarrelets of pearls, purchased, of viuree, from the leading Dentist, B. M. BUIiL.*

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Sporting Notes. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 January 1906

Sporting Notes. Racing Futubes. Beualla— January 20. Cootamuudra— February 0 and 7. Goulburn— February 9 and 10. Spriughurst — February 21. Beuallu (Cup Meeting)— April 4. Tho Padlock marc Silverlock, who has boen running with moderate succcsi on the registered courses for a lengtliy period, started iu two events at Ascot on' Wednoa day, but exhibited rery poor form. Tho stewards carpeted the rider after the firtt race the mare ran in, and requested au explanation as to why she dropped to the rear immediately after the start. The lad could uot account for the occurrence whereupon th'e stewards requested to see th» saddle. This was so defectively con structed that the tree protruded sufficiently to causo Silverlock pain. The stewards condemned tho saddle, aud ordered tha jockey to provido himself with morosuitabls riding accessories in future. Iu her second race Silverlock overreached liorsolf, and pulled up lame. Troytowii, a four-year-old geldiuc, bv Wallace, met his end at tho Kil...

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How to Enjoy a Bicycle Tour. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 January 1906

Dow to Eujoy a Blcjcle Ton.. Mr. W. L. Alden humorously writes In ' Pearson's Magazine' : — ' It Is a great mlG* take, to suppose that summer Is the proper time for a bicycle tour. In summer tl,e roaus are smootn, ana me temptation to ride a bicycle is sometimes very strong, liven if one does not want to ride, the mere fact ot having a bicycle in one's pos session makeB it almost necessary to ride in order to preserve the respect of the public. But in winter, -when tbe roads are Impassable, touring with a bicycle can be practised without the slightest inconveni ence. All you have, to do la to select a pleasant route, to buy your railway or steamer ticket, and to put your bfcycle on the train or the steamer. A Continental trip is in many respects the most advant ageous that the cycling tourist can select. It costs only a penny to transport a bicycle or any distance on a French railway train, and if it is Injured while In the hands ot the railway men damages can be recovered. [f you m...

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COROWA PRODUCE MART. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 January 1906

COROWA PBODUCB MART. JOBS D. FlUBim reporU liolding his usual weekly auction sale of farm and dairy produce, ponltrv, furniture, Ac. on Satur day, 20tb inst., when a good supply woe forward. The attendaura was large, and competition keen ihroiigliuut. He sold— Turkey cocks, best, from 7s to 8s ; rieit; in 9d to Gs Od ; turkey horn. Ss 3d per pair ; geeso, 3s cacl) ; young fowls, 2b Gd to 3s Cd l»r pair ; duclis, 8s Cd to 4s per jinjr. Furniture, sulklw, lionicss, Ac. at satis factory prices. He also has Bold privately during the week .several borses and milch co*vs nt ruling rates;

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[?] Was Different. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 January 1906

1...U Was Different. 1 bad left TIttvllle, Tex., that morning, tor' Po:eue, but when wlihln a tew mllei of the' latter town a rough-looking fellow stepped out in the road ? 4n ? front ot me wlih a revolver In his hand, or dered me to bold up my hands, and etien coolly helped blmselt to what cash he cou'.d find In my pocket-book— luckily only a little over 13 dollars. While the loss didn't nmount.to very much, I was highly Indlenant over the affair, and when I reached Polene I hunted up the Sheriff ot that place to see If the highwayman couldn't be cap tured and punished. ' 60 you were held up fur 13 dollar.:, ch ':' grinned that official after I had told my storr. ' Yes, sir I' I replied rather etlffllr; ' and I fall to see where the fun comes' in.' ' WaHi' calmly continued the Sheriff as he looked bored and jawned sleepily, 'thar's bound to be a few o1 these critters around the lwntry, and I can't w'ar out ray me' and bosses a-huntln' 'em on loss they gei dangerous. Howsmnover, str...

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