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Commercial. LOCAL RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 January 1906

Commercial. LOCAL RETAIL PBTCES. Butter (footer}-) Is Id to Is 2d. Butter, (dailT), to lid. Cliocso, 9J tolOd. Eggs 7il to 9-1. yiicoh,9d to lOd. liiim, lOd to Is. Currants, flic! to. jitl. BaUius, Gd to 6d. Ouions, (per. cvrtO, Cs. tldtettofes, 8s. ? . Oats, 2s 6d, to 2s 9.1. Fowl feed, 3s. Bran, Is. Pollard, Is 2d. Flour, 10s to 37s. Clmff, £3.

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 — 24 January 1906

P. A. and H. Notes. Very encouraging reports have been received by the VictorjRU direc tor of Agriculture (Dr. Cherry) as to tbe successful workings of silos in various parts of the State. Some time ago tbe department decided to construct experimental silos in the northern area, and reports with re gard to these, as well as others in private hands, have just come to hand. Mr. W. Hioks, of Butherglen stated that he had been feeding his co\vs with the silage and was very pleased with the result, He had taken out about 14in. of feed, and tbe whole waste so far could have been put into two bran bags. Even this would have been avoided if more care had been taken to sow the covering bags together in order to prevent tbe dirt with which they were weighed working into the silage. The method adopted was to fill the silo, cover it with bogs, and weigh the covering with about 6in. of earth. Three experimental silos were erected in the Nbill district, and the reports from them are equally satis...

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Distance of the Stars. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 January 1906

Distances 01 the stars. Professor Nowcomb considers that the mo tion of the earth towards the stars may in the not distant future afford the means of approximating to a solution of tbe problem of the extent of the unlveree. Notwith standing the success of astronomers during the present century in. measuring the parallax ot a number of stars, the most re cent investigations show that there are very few, perhaps not more than a score of etars, of which the parallax, and therefore the distance, hflB been determined with any approach to certainty. So tar as measure ment goes we can only say of the distances ot .all tbe stars, except tbe few whose parallaxes have been determined, that they are immeasurable. The radiUB of the earth's orbit, a line more than ninety mil lions of miles in length, not only vanishes from sight before we reach the distance (if the great mass of stars, hut becomes such a mere point that, when magnified by the powerful Instruments of modem times, the most delicat...

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

Exchange and Auction Rooms OLIVE-STREET, ALBUKY. F. W. TRUE, AUCTIONEER, ESTATE AND INSCBANCE AGENT. Auction Sales of Farm and Dairy Pro duce, Furniture, and sundries- bold every Saturday. Outdoor, Clearing, aud Funntuve- Sales conducted in towuorcouutry upon moderate terms. Entries invited for Register of Fin, Houses, Hotels, or Businesses of all kinfiai for «ale. Also Live Stock. A variety of Furniture, Pianos, Bedding,. Harness, Vehicles, etc., always on hand for : private sale. Agent for Alliance and Imperial Fire ? Insurance Coy., Eqnitable Life Afisurance. ?? Society of U.S., W. H. Paling A Coy., . Ltd., Pianos, Organs, and Musical Instru ments. The renowned Lipp, Eoiusch, Brinsmead, Steiuway, Feuricb, Carl Ecke, Victor, and Belling Pianos alnajs) on view for salt upon casv terms. liispectiou cordially iuvhedl Notice. I HAVE ou hand Aerated Waters, Cor ' dials, Hop Beer, Daudeliou Ale, Ginger Beer, and all other kinds of Summer Drinks of the best quality. I manufacture ICE! IC...

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Political Libel Suit. SIR W. M'MILLAN v. SIR W. LYNE, CLAIM FOE £5000. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 January 1906

Political Libel Suit. SIR W. M'MILLAN v. SIR W? LYNE, CLAIM FOE £5000. Sir William M'Millan has issued a writ claiming £5000 as damages against Sir William Lync, Federal Minister of Customs. Sir William M'Millan stated that Sir William Lyne somo time ago, in* the luncheon room of the Federal Parliament House, practically »tatod' that M' Arthur and Co., of which- finnr he (Sir William M'Millan) is a mem ber, had purchased hats from &' manufacturer in Sydney aud labelled them ' Made in England.' 'As this is absolutely untrue,' added Sir William M'Millan, 'I wrote to Sir William Lyne, intimat ing that there was no foundation for this statement of his, and that before taking further action I would give him a chance of explaining. To that letter I received no reply. After a certain interval I wrote again, and to this communication also I received no reply' I am .now taking action io the law courts, but of course, as the matter is practically sub judice 1 do not desire to make any...

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INFLAMED JOINTS. Damage By Other Animals. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 27 January 1906

INFLAMED JOINTS. Damage By Other Animals. Among animals there are many causes of inflamed joints — some from without and some from within; those from without being chiefly caused by violence and from within by the reten tion of waste products which should have boon eliminated by the emunc tories of the body — skin, kidneys, bow eiB, vik. id aaaiuon lo tnese, we nave the worst of joint ills to cope with from the invasion of micro-organisms which may or may not have entered at the affected joint. As many joint injuries are inflicted by other animals, it may not be out of place here to remind farmers and other agisters that they too often and too lightly accept risks they have no right to entertain by taking in horses without first insisting on the removal of their hind shoes, not but what a broken leg may result from a kick by an unshod hoof; the danger, however, Is greatly increased by the shoe, and the agister has a bad defence if called upon to make good ihe damage when evidence Is...

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ENDS OF JUSTICE. Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., London and Melb. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER III.-Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 27 January 1906

ENOSlfjUSTicE ,.: BY FRED. M. WHITE. Published by arrangement with Ward, 1 Lock *tid Co., London and Melb. '?-. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER III.— Continued. Oncein the dark and deserted street. Lottie picked up her dress and flew Outside the gates leading to Mostyn's uoUBe a figure accosted her. 'Well?' the other girl whispered eagerly: 'Have you done It?1' - ihe Job is done, Miss Russet,' Lot tie said breathlessly. 'It took a little onger than I expected; dear Samuel is so slow. But he Is very fond of me and I should be sorry to get him into ^rouble/' Heaven reward you for what you have done to-night,' Russet Ray said 'Lottie, you must go back and watch' You muBt see that I am not missed' What time will George— Mr. Cathcart — be free?' 'At the time .you suggested, miss, just before midnight.' 'Then I am going as far as the gaol. I cannot sleep to-night until I have seen George. I must comfort him. I must let him know that I am still true and loyal to him. I must hear his voice a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 27 January 1906

COMEONE has said (must have been a mere man) that Ladies are bard to please, out our experience has been that when you say you intend ?KiSDUUlNl* XUUK BTUUK do so in a genuine and not half-hearted manner. JJiaKe no miBtaKe, women are no ^ fools, and can at once detect the true BARGAIN SALE from the shoddy article. ? How many hundreds of Ladies say when GEORGE MAL.OUF St CO. announce a CLEARING SALE.— Well ! at their previous Sale I saved 10s. in every £1 spent. Eemember you have the two hottest mouths yet to come, but we cauuot wait for that. THE SUMMER STOCK in particular MUST BE'SOLD, even at your own price. We haire no room for NEW GOODS Bhortly to arrive. We must sell, we can't help ourselves, even if we would. We do not qnolo many prices, SEE THE GOODS and examine the quality. We will 6ee that the prices are all right. Eemember what the poet says : — 'She who hesitates is lost'— Come right away, .bring your friends, as we have BARGAINS FOR ALL. Oh! I nearly forgot — Remnants, a...

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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 27 January 1906

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. Q. I have been feeling vcrj poorly lately, nnd Iiare ju't been told bv my doctor (hat I -im sufr^rlng from uric poisoning. I shall he glad if you will tell me just what urla ]ioi=oninp mcon?: Is it R serious matter T A. V-'ric imlsonlnji is Can*d by *1-S iHs (onlion in the blood of various fubstBlloOS . which should leave Ihc.body ineolution, The rotrntioa df lliese substances Is due to n diseased of innctive condition df (!iC liidnfyS, WlWn the kidneyS 6.K worldng perfectly! llicy filter and extract from the blood of tl.e average individual about three pints of urinlf f very dnv. In ibis quantity Bf tirir.e should tie dissolved various \\lMi nmltfinl produred by the wear and tear of tho tissues of the holy. This is dead matter, and its presence in the blood is poisonous. The three pints of normal urine should contain about ten grains in weight of uric avid, an ounce of urea together with oilier animal and mineral matter varying from A tliird of an ounce to ne...

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UNCLE BEN [?]PLETE STORY.] [COPYRIGHT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 27 January 1906

MOiurs uturj UNCLE BEN, MARTIN J.M'HUGH. toopnnfrx.3 H. John,' ttii my wife, bursting ex- ritoily into* tny ?tody, 'here1, a celegiiun for Ac. Who could want to MmdniiiatelefraraP Ok, dear, mother most be dying, or ?omethinK awfnl happemngl Do open and read it for me^I fear I bIia! Bint I' I took the ornate-coloured enrdope from kertrenbUngband, opened it, and read the sndoBore, which ran aa follows! 'Soath'- lunpton. Jnst arrired from Hew York. Coming on by boat train to Visit yon. TTncle Ben.' 'Uncle Ben!' exclaimed my wife, in a ?bride of astonishment. 'Uncle Ben!' I repeated, no less astounded. 'Graoions goodness, what a surprise!' continued my wife, breathlessly. 'How ftronge he never wrote about hia coming kernel Bat, John, you must see him at the etaljsn. It would never do to neglect him. Ohdiar, oh dear, however shall I have hit room ready for him in time f ' 1 looked at my watch. The telegram had not arrived too promptly, and our unexpected visitor would be now well on his ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 27 January 1906

J. B. HILTON, L'INSMITH, PLUllBEn, TANKHAKER, etc. Dean-street, Albury. Agent for .'? W HOME SEWING MACHINES. Sewing Machines Repaired. Catalogues and Price List on application. All inquiries promptly attended to by 1 iter. Notice. ? 1HAVE on hand Aerated Waters, Cor dials, Bop Beer,' Dandelion Ale, Ginger Beer, and all other kinds of Summer Drinks or the bast quality. I manufacture ICE! ICE! I guarantee it to be pure. It is made from distilled and filtered water, and you can obtain nothing better or purer. I am the Local Agent for the ' Buk Ale Brewing Co., and have on hand a good lupply. I am therefore ready to quench your thirst and keep you cool. b. C. YOUNG, Ice and Cordial Factory, Corowa and Rutherglen. TT7ASTE -PAPER FOR SALE ? V iii any quantity. Apply, — CHRONICLE OFFICE.

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Angling. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 27 January 1906

Angling. The following are the gazetted legal lengths at which freshwater fish can be taken from the river : — Fresh water herring, 4in.; river cat fish, 9in.; Australian grayling, 9iu.; .Richmond mullet, 10iu.; freshwater perch, 9iu.; golden perch (or yellow belly), 9iu.; Macquarie perch, 9in.; silver perch (or grunter), 9iu.: Mur ray cod, 15in.: river blackfish (or slippery), 9iu.; Murrumbidgee cray tisli (Murray Eiver lobster, crayfish, etc.) Sin. A couimunicationfrom the Fisheries Board states that while the appoint- . ment of Mr. F. C. Piggin as a member of tho Board would doubtless be a good one, the expense attending such would be to great that the appoint ment at the present is not wise. Judging from this it would seem that the efficient administration of tbe Fisheries Act is but a secondary con sideration, otherwise a larger propor tion of that £12,000 would be devoted to the inland streaulB. One of the newly appointed in spectors states after a close study of the Act that ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 27 January 1906

ajtf43fca ~Ti!§' R^THERGLEH pURNISHIHQ ^flREMOUSe. jBE§lg3|l The largest Stock in the North-East /aBS^^WhlL A few Special Lines for the Season— ft y!kfffllii^'^&s»i^r 111 fW-vSK \\ ' IEE DOORS, Wuus (adjustable) Wnroow nuns, Dice Ckaibs (ant-proo(), Wicker Fubnitcbe. Vbraudah Blinds, all m^-^^|B&L----^-g^^«aMMJ||Bmjil * V sixei (only the Best kept in stock), LoUNOHS, LWOUUMB to pltwe ewybody— OTer 50 pieces to select from, DRAWING jl ^^^n^ugf^^y — . ? '^MiSjUll Boov, Dminq Boom, and Bedroom Suites, Bidstbads and Bidding, Pbaub and Go-Cabts, Fbkdbbs and Ibons, Oahpet. II ^ III 11111116^ illllPf II OuT lone exPerience in tho FDBNITDBB BUBIHB8S ii a pinriie that yon will get reliable goods at the Lowest Pbicbb. H 1 1 W&asK^ ? Hill Jfll ' ? Intpeet the large and Taried Stock— New Designs erery week. ? H JI Wr*d/? B1LJI ALL GOODS CAREFULLY PACKED AND DELIVERED FREE. M^^^ Pit WriteforPric 57 YOUNKMAN and Co., jdMLJjjgL- If | -»» Ruthergten Furnishing Warehouse, RUT...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. INTERSTATE CRICKET. Sydney, Friday night. In the match N.S. Wales v. Vic. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 27 January 1906

LATEST TELEGRAMS. INTERSTATE CRICKET. Sydney, Friday night. In the match N.S.Wales v. Vic toria, the former made 263 (Trumper 101). Victoria have two wickets down for 115.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 27 January 1906

lyAitTIiVnC DICTIWP ERAMINn C«towiymUemowthM&einfenwHiri;lratltWi»oBt«Utlwgooa-^ttmj If you are thinkiiig CI/'HUfcTITIJC TlirTI TflC it A t W PI11T aj« ... . mMgM&M&:Ai&&(- * .yfeP r Kft/WinHJ oIgotUngth»tKctu«orPJiotoFnuBri1«ricour«lvlce. It wlUi-tywHOTHWO, and you heed not follow it unless you like. But it will be good aivioo^ YoumU MCIJNlNfclV S FIL 1 UKC UALLhKY. Iftlflllfmr ~ ???^H&^^iifi£^ii«f«^ -«.W., ~ flndout tUttht^UiUcFnuaHwtawiiowiBikiiiiaMiwVjartBriosd.ioujih therMUirJTlookit. See Wh*t W* «m Do Jor * Shilling or Two. *JX*-1* M.M^l\ 4J m *** M.KJM.+.U V'***-'*--*-****:-'^PPMlMir»»a

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RANDWICK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 27 January 1906

RANDWiCK RACES. Challenge Stakes — The Pet 1 ; Airlock 2 ; Cakewalk 3. January Handicap — Minos 1 ; Proceed 2 ; Graceton 3.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 27 January 1906

Hudson's Medical Hall. WITH SUMMER COME EYE COMPLAINTS. For TWrfJ-Tbrea Years THBEE, FAMOUS REMEDIES havo thriven in Riverinn. Gofdett Eye Drops ? ... 2s Goldfn Eye Ointment ...... ' ??? ??? 2s Golden Fly Lotion |. .-.- ? Is POSTED EVERYWHEEE. THEY FIX: Bad Eyes, Sore Eyes,' Inflamed Eyes, Weafc Era, FlT-Bittcn Eyes. Q I LLI E5, CHEMIST, COROWA. Special Announcement. IT is with sincere regret that Messrs. LEV Y and CO. have to aiflidunCe the resignation of Mr. GALBEAITH after many years of faithful and honorable service. He leaves to enter into business on his own account, and carries Messrs. LEVY and CO'S. best wishes for his future success. Mr'; Jj W. FYFFE, who has been connected with the business of -Messrs* CASHY and CO. since its inception, iu a trusted position, will iuauage for Messrs. LEVY and CO. Mr. FYFFE is thoroughly experienced, straightforward and obliging, and Messrs. LEVY and CO. ask you to repose the same confidence in him accorded to his predecessor, and assure yo...

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MELBOURNE, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 27 January 1906

MELBOURNE, Friday evening. The Premier, Mr. Bent, and the Mayor of Melbourne, are taking stops for tbe relief of sufferers from the bush fires. £50 has been sent to Daylesford, aud £50 to Gippsland. The Police Department have been directed to distribute tents where necessary. A large number of col* ored glasses for the use of fire fight ters were sent by the Govern ment. Arrangements have been made for the railway to carry all contribu tions to the burnt out settlers free. The State Schools have been placed at the disposal of the homelesr. Messages of warm sympathy have been received from the people of New Zealand and other States.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 27 January 1906

A Search Warrant. Search wbere vou will, it is impossible to find a better or more reliable medicine for' stomach, liver, or bowel disorders than 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 ? for you. We urge every sufferer from Loss ol Appetite, Insomnia, Nervousness, In digestion, Dyspepsia, or Billiousness to give them a trial . For sale by T. Parkin and Co.*

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 27 January 1906

Commercial. CHAS. L. GHlFI'im aHO CO., report holding their Wodonga stock market on Tuesday, 23rd inst., yarding 150 head cattle aud 147 sheep. There was a fairly good attendance, and prices on the whole showed a firmer tendency right through, nearly everything yarded being sold. Best bul locks, by the pen, £8 6s Gd, £8, £7 10s, £7 Us ; best cows, £G Its, £G 7s 6d, £0 8s Gd, £G ; fat calves, from 50s to £4 ; young store bullocks, £4. No young cattle yarded ; a few calves at 24s ; milch cows aud springers, good demand, from £S to £G 10s. Sheep— 147 yarded, all selling at 12s 3d, Us 93, 11s 7d. 10s 9d, 10s. 9s. YOUNGHUSbAND. ROW & UO., PBOPV. LTD., continued their wool sales on Wed nesday, when they submitted a catalogue of 1540 bales, the offerings comprising a number of clips from the Upper Murray, on both sides ol the river, a few clips . from the South-Eastern District of 8outh Australia, and a number of clips from Gippsland. In addition, there was an excellent display of ...

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