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Sydney Woman's Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 27 January 1906

Sydney Woman's Letter. ? [By- MatsaJ ????' - List week Sydiiey was 'liow-de- doin;,' ' the visiting Italian Jack Tars aud (heir Boyal . umslei', and this week it is ' Padez vou'si ug ' -and kissing on the cheek to hououv .tlje visiting Freiicli ' Lords wlio rule Uio water.' The. ' French Col/.iiy ' entertained Commodore Hautefevelle and Hie officers of the ' Catinat ' at Eose Bay Loflge, Abe resilience of. Dr.' Eougier, President of tli'e 'ColbnieFrahcftiSe.' Flowers, Hags, Australian skies and musip lnali-e a jncturesQoeluuikground far any. entertainment,- and on iliis occasion eveiythiur; looked chavmilig and the visiting Froggies had a royal time, liven Jack Tar shared with his master S' thisoccasion. -Sydney's ' nicest '! were (jiere iii dozens wear ing their very smartest costumes and trying to. air.their knowledge. of Hie French language and their- eceeritric niillhicry. ... Eccentric is a -:ai)itnl name for headgear up-to-date. That those ridiculous trimmed -cones aud saucers...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 27 January 1906

H. J. Norman and Co^ . TEA, COFFEE, AND COCOA MERCHANTS, Albury, HATE much pleasure in informing the Public that the necessity no longer exists for sending to Melbourne or Sydney for a REALLV GOOD TEA. All our Teas are direct from Growors, bandied only by oureelves, and being EXPERT BLENDERS we guarantee to please the most fastidious taste, and DEFY COMPETITION. WC Send for Trial Package of our Delicious Teas. 'Wi ? ' IN TINS: 121bs, 151bs, 201bs, 281bs. IN CHESTS: SOlbs, 8Olbs, lOOlba. At Is, Is 3d, Is 6d, \S 9d, and. 2s per Ib. AND COMPARE IT WITH ANY TO BE HAD IN THE COMMONWEALTH. Teas packed for the Trade. AH Orders receive prompt attention. #g=» NOT I? THE ADDRESS :— j H. J. Norman and Co., ^ KIEWA=STREET, ALBURY. GEORGE W.FIQQ INS, Bicycle. Works, Sanger-street, Corowa. MACHINES built to order from 410 10s to £14 10s, with 12 months' guarantee, samples of which can be seen on the pi-cruises. All our Machines are carefully tested before delivery, and the finish and staying powe...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 27 January 1906

Local and General. MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.— Aid. Chivel) and Gardner notify that they will addrest the ratepayers on Wednesday evening nexl at the School of Arts. Tahraiiia Estate.— Attention i»drawn to the approaching sale of HG0 acres on Tarramia. of freehold land on February 21th, by Messrs A. A. Piggin & Co., in con junction with MessrsJohuMcNamara&Co. THE HOSPITAL.— The Hospital it .still full. Two typhoid canes from Rutherglen are now being treated. We are glad to state that two of the juvenile patients, Miss Lily Douglas, and Jfaster Allan Ryan, suffering from appendicitis, are both pro gressing favorably. LIGHTING THE TOWN.— There has been some talk iu the town of forming a local Gas Company. Several leading citizens have signified their willingness to support the proposal. StrouR support, we under stand, cau be obtained in town, and inquir ies arc now being made as to particulars of cost aud general detail. ' 1 THE UBANA-DAYBDALE STOCK RE SERVE. — Mr. E. I.. Ar...

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

Corowa Fortnightly Market Thursday, February I. W. L. TAYLOR * CO. WILL tell bj auction U thair Corowt Tarfc: 100 Fat Merino wethcn. 900 Merino Weth«i, 2-tooth. 400 Merino Kwes, 4 and 6-tooth, 340 Shropshire Cms W«u»n. 600 Merino Wnnen. TtrmiM unwl. Further «DtriM united. 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 Ooean Accident Co. The Australian Mutual fire Insur ance Co. The Royal Insurance Co. M'Dougall'B Sheep Dip. Coboe sad Walster'a Rabbit Poisoner. The Australian Mutual Fire Insur ance Association ol Austral Asia, Limited. Offio*: SANGEB 8TBEET. COBOWA. Wheat! W. L. TAYLOR & CO. drain Buyers, Corowa. FREE STORAGE. CHEAP MONEY. - We turn M6.OO0 Trail Money, tei.nd ?n Bread Acres in nmi to «uit at 1%, '*&, and *4%, according to eecurity. W. L. TAYLOR t CO., Corowk. Clearing Sale. Stock, Machinery, and Furniture. GERHAWTON. Abtmt mlddlt el Feb...

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

SMOKE SOCIAL. A coinplimeiitiify Smoke Social to the District Officers a'ffo? Delegates \\£s held in the School of Arts if* Hie evening1. P.P.G..M. Bro. Small pre sided., uiid on his right were P.G.M. BrOiTraiiUiiii, P.P.G.M: Bro. Paine P.G. Bro. Morrison, and on Ins left P.P.G.M. Bro. S. Schenim, and Bros. Haclter aud Baylis. In bis opening remarks, Bro. Small said he was sorry they had not a larger gathering to welcome the dis trict officers and delegates to Ger manton. The bush fires which were still raging around there were re sponsible foi1 keeping people from coming. At this time of the year people were afraid to leave their homes for fear of the bush fires. It gave him great pleasure to have the honor to preside at sucli a gathering, but was sorry the district officers and delegates did not see Germanton to a better {advantage than being illuminated by fires. The first toast honored was that of King Edward VII. Tbe next was the M:U.I.O.O.F., coupled with the name of J- H. Pai...

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M.U.I.O.O.F. ANNUAL DISTRICT MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 27 January 1906

M.U.I.O.O.F. ': ANNUAL DISTRICT MEETING. The Annual District Meeting in connection with the M.U.I.O.O.F. was held at Gennanlon ou Wednes day, '24th inst, at 10 a.m. Tbe following delegates wcro pre sent : — Loyal Albury Lodge: Bro. C. Morrison: P.G. ; Biilranald : Bro. Comitti, P.-J.; Coiowtt: Bio. .7. H. Uswalil, P.G. ; Deniliquiii : Bro; Baylis, P.P.G.M.; Gennanlon: Bro. \V. Small, P.P.G.M.; HowIoiil;: ,Bro. \\ . Duuiilcilay, N.G; .liranit : Bro. llMl^r, P.P.G.M. and P.C. ; Secre tary : Bio. J.H. Paine, P.P.G.M. P.O. M. Bro. Sclienmi presided, and D.P.CS. Bro.' Trantuni was in tlie deputy-chair. The roll was calloJ and ;iil delegates were present. The P.G.M. read his address,, and said he was pleased to inform them that the Order had made au increase of 51 members for the year, and the funds of th© Order were in a. flour ishing condition. Bro. Baylis moved, and Bro. Small seconded, that the P.M.G's address be received and .printed .iu the report. Bro. Coinitti moved, and Bro. Hack...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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More Police Required for Henty. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 27 January 1906

More Police Required for Henty. Bae*Dtly a small riot oconnwd opposite the railway gates, high talk— a bn«y washing day — to the delight of a nnii of by8t»nden. 'I liis fbonld not be, more especially aitbii -e tlie main thoroughfare to onr post-office, and children and females matt an a matter of bnninfSB paw this way. The only cure for such a nerioas complaint is lbs strerigtnening ol the police here. . FiWcI.bb Constable rTamilton u a good officer, and he 6t«Dd' alone, being the only man stationed at Henty. Some time ago the Farmers and Settlers' Aesooiation took this matter up, wrote to the authoritier, ana received an answer to the effect that they fully realised tbe importance of more police for thii town, still at tuejpreMnt time could not send help. Why? Other towns, snob as Junep, carry four police men, anl tbe town is as quiet as a grate yard compared to Hmty. Conld we not get one of these men hew. It certainly would not be an in justice to Junee, bnt would be a gnat boon t...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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District News. HENTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 27 January 1906

District News. (From our own Correspondents.) HENTY. le is. tfjth considerable regret tliftt we have fd repbrt ,t)ie death' of We. Maehen, sonr., fatwfr'df Mr, ' Steve' Machen, our popular uiglft officer, who has gained the esteem of all DeoDle having- occasion to do business at the local railway slut ion. . We herewith tender our sincere sym pathy to the relatives of tho deceased gentleman. A serious accident happened to-day neat' the post office to Mr. Bodey, veterinary surgeon. He waq in the act of climhinp into the shafts of a Wrti^Orii when he slipped, an.l the wheel passed over the calf of his left leg. Dr. CatrierSh -Ws eafled in, and found the leg was badly crushed; Mitt ordered his removal to the hospital. He will be taken to Wagga to morrow, and everyone wishes him a speedy recovery. The Henty Bebekah Lodge held their tisSal irie6tifig;eri Monday night, when six new meiribefs were proposed1 for initiation'.' . After the rrjeeting closed,, a very enjoyable social was held, ...

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Border Band Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 27 January 1906

Border Band Bazaar. The meeting of ladies in connection with tbe proposed bazaar for the purpose of uniforming the band was held on Wednesday afternoon. There were present Mesdumes C. T. Brewer, J. H. Oswald, Alex Wilson, E. Nicholl, F. Burrows, and Misses Gallagher and Taylor and Mr. Brewer (president), and the secretary (Mr. A. E. Mason) were also present. Mesdames Broadbent and S. B. Gill apologised for non-attendance. Verbal apologies were aUo made for several ladies, who will aBsiBt. Mrs. H. Hay, of Collendina, has also written to the secretary offering to hell) in any way. ' The secretary stated that about 25 uniforms would be required which would cost from £1 to £A 5s per man. After a discussion, in which the ladies present showed valuable en thusiasm, i: was decided to hold a Bazaar or all Nation Fair. A com mittee was formed of those present, of which Mrs. Brewer was unani mously elected to the chair. Mrs. Nicholl was appointed secretary to the ladies committee. The followi...

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

Corowa Race Club. The annual miming nf the Corowjt Suce laii w;t; iioul .hi Wi!diie*liiy Jni,l. Tuere mm ii-ccni. :— Jii»i.. I.u:,1il' (ch;ur) Itun kn-, Alien, (Jlivu.m. Pooler, 1). Tumnnf n, Ji-iihcu, Chivuii, O'U-un . and tills Sec-rotary (Mi. Shelly Smith). Aiie fcocreuir} upoiogltea jor iuu anseuct. ol ill. Bro*dl,cm, kikI ulho btuK.nl ill.; hud not l-cen jib)e 10 iire]-jii-o it uc.ini thuct. After iIih minm.--. i.f ill,- I;im .innmil ou Ibe motion '1 Mr. Cullcn, *ccojided l-\ Mr. Fowler, to mljourn ihomt.uni; iilrih.il night week, to allow ;l baluncu hh«t to ln ureparod. Mciuljtim pivwnl did not feu! jiiKiifiol in di-aliiiK with ike liuoincbs of ilie rneuliug » ithout knowing the full noMUjn cf the club. Tlie k«cretarj stated they had started with a debit balance of £67, and were now iu credit some - 87s Gd. Them were Eome accounts and su!iscrir.tions out Btandiug. v At th* meeting Mr. D. Thompson tiiggtitedfixuigndate for the annual races to stop other clubs getting iu. The Ch...

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

Bush Fires. Tbe inquiry to be held into the fire at Mr. M. Connell's, on the Brocklesby estate, has been adjourned till next week as the most impor tant witness is at present away. In regard to tbe payment of in surance on crops grown on the share system it has been stated that agents have been instructed by-the company to pay in such cases, the landowner. Mr. E. L. Archer agent for the Com mercial Union Insurance Company, has informed us that as regards his c'oiupauy he has been instructed to settle at once with the party insured. A swagman recently called fit a boundary riders place on Malionga* arjd adked for some boiling water. The only occupant at the time was a young girl, who said she had none at present, but would put bis billy on tbe lire. The nvun wbo appeared half silly and had bis boots hanging around his neck said be would liybt a lire for himseif. The yirl told him he must not li,:ht a tire there bn: he wufil off and a few moments i'lter smoke Whs rising in tbe paddock...

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On the Fringe of the Crowd. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 27 January 1906

On the Fringe of the Crowd,' [Bt X)KLOOKEB.j 'Tk« Onlooker eeesmost ot the Gamo.' I notice at a bush fire up neat Gundogai, the men being all away, the women donned men's clothing and fought the flames. Tbe ladies out at Kentucky station were also lighting a fire I am told till the men foiled up, but they never had time to think of changing their clothes. Sjjeaks VoiiinJM for the teritor df a ijusii fire when it steps i womati ttb'jri ttiinkirig df her Clothes; doesn't it?, Wouldn't h'a*e thought it pos sible. Speaking about tliose Gunda gfti girls, however, I wonder what the fellows sajd. when they came home and found their best ' Sunday meet ings ' with hdlpB burnt through them, not to mention the seams that would be burst. But after all, it is not fair to make fun of the incident. It is one of the big red splashes that illuminates the drab monotony of life, and shows what women are when trouble calls, and gives the lie to the old threadbare assertion of cynic and sour churl as to...

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LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. MELBOURNE Friday night. [BY WIRE-REUTER.] [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 27 January 1906

LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. IIELBOOBNB Friday night. [By Wide— Eeuteb..] Hie London wheat market cabled dull and unaltered at 31s 6d per quarter, large cargoes Sis 7id ; local shippers offering 3s 2d to 3s 2}d for parcels early delivery, supplies large and equal to the demand ; millirg wheap bought freely 111 country at ourrent rates ; oats supply easier, with firmer demand for local trade ; eiport seed Is lid to 2s; Algerian milling Is fold to Is lid ; heavy feed Is lOd to Is lid ; light Is 9d to Is 9id ; inferior is 8d ; bran firm at lid ; pollard lid ; potato - supply large, prices low ; Warnambool £3 10s to £4 ; local £3 12s 6d to £1 ; onions in good supply : prime 42s 6d to 45s ; chaff supply medium, and beyond requirements ; prime 57s 6d ; good 60s to 55s.

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Closer Settlement League. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 27 January 1906

Closer SeffletHenf fceafiie: A meeting of the Closer Settle-, tnent League was held at theCouncil Chambers, on Thursday night, when there wore present, the Mayor (chair), and Messrs. Camplin, Allan, Gillies, Fowler, Jensen, Levy, Chivell, Fow ler, Archer, and the secretary (Mr. F. A. Currie). Mr. L. Levy was elected a member of the League, and that gentleman donated £1 Is to the funds. The Department of Lands advised that tho enquiry as to what reserves there were in tile district had been referred' to the' pistriet Surveyor'. , . Tli'ls Ge'rievai , Secretary of the FariiierB' and Settlers' Association wrote at some length, to the follow ing effect : — There is no nocos9ity for tlio formation of Closer Settlement Leagues throughout tho oountrr outside Farmers' and Settlers' Association, as ttiin would result in a clash ing of interests, as they would decry each others proposals. The Government will have ouly a certain sum to be spent each year iu the Closer Settlement, and . there w...

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Daysdale Police Court. TUESDAY, 23RD JANUARY. (Before Messrs. W. H. Castles and C. A. Izon, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 27 January 1906

Daysdale Police Court. Tuesday, 23rd January. (Before Messrs. W. H. Castles and C. A. Izon, J's.P.) . John Seymour was fined 2s 6d or 21 hours for being drunk, and £1 or H days for obscene language. On a further charge of assaulting the police he was fined £1, or one month in the Albury Gaol.

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

W. WIESNER AND CO. heKItV. —DIRECT IMPORTEES OF— Drapery, Boots and Shoes, Groceries. Ironmongery. &c. THE CHEAPEST ANO BEST HOUSE IN THE DISTRICT. GALL, and INSPECT OURLAROB and VARIED STOCK. ! A VISIT WILL REPAY YOU. OUR PRICES ARE ' LOW,' AND QUALITY 'THE BEST.' fly Patterns and Quotations Submitted. ? '^ The Weather Man says Hotter. DrinR TURVEY'S TONIC ! *? The glorious inability rf my TONIC to oompre ' heud itself is not only dideetio but singularly peritoneatikuss. Intelligent Codfish are not for sale at Ttovet's Phaemact, but a good Liver Pill am. And korns towered 4 a sbilline mth acridity ! Sam is the name of a boy ! Bawl is to cry ! Bawl Sam is what we say when we wish the boy to cry ! Why does Sam cry ? Caws his stummic akes ! Is there anything in Tui-vey's Pharmacy that will kewer Sam's stum — me ake? Y OF KORSE — Turvey's Diarrhoea Compound will kewer him! Insects now on the warpath ! I would call your- attention to Sectiue. This product is like snuff ? it ' sn...

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

Culcairn. On Saturday, 20ib intl., after luncb, a leuhe cloud of siuuneuaH seen in a south- ! »e- »ny direcunn from Culcalra. It ! .|',*ared in lit; uliiiut 30 mili-e dmiaat, j b'U n tllu course -il an hnur i' was difc- j ov. red to n- making iiin-ct for Culcairn, | niveo by again at literate of about 20 mile* an buur. Tb« U,.und Hill Fire Brigade was i*oon out, h -1 undnr tbe able manage ment nl M . I. H. tialfour. nas soon ai tbefiout ot the fire. It was seen at * glance thai it would be us*l«ts to obeok tin- flan}-* - it brao-r^so itwasdeoidrd io make a fire trail in a northerly direc tion 'hie was done, wiib the result that ihe fire wtm pri-reined from crossing the Gna- lUihi ;u llailna-. Annihi-r gang of oien— railway fettlers — couitn-aed t ? burn a fail along the -.'oro*a line, -ud by ibe lime the main fire readied that place it had burnt well hack to meet it, and w»b thus prevented Ironi going further. The farmer* affected bv tbe fire on Rim 'ffin -ta'ion are as followo : — ...

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

Bush Fires. Mr. Gus Lincke, had tbe bad luok to lone 100 bags of oat* and a drill through a fire on Munderwaddera last week . The wxather has been very fultry lately. Last Saturday registered 110 in tbe shade. Great apprehension was felt in town nil Saturday, when it was known that a big bush fire wah raging near i ul i-airn. A heavy eouth-we-terly wind was bloftiog dning tie greater part of tbe day, and clouds of dnsl enveloped th town. AltOKetber it was tbe worst day experienced^ this mtumcr.

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Henty School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 27 January 1906

Henty School of Arts. The usual mouililv meeting of tb eomiuitiec uf ike abovn liiKiiiutiun n»- b«ld iu the aebool of Arts. Preaent: Mr. Kealr, J.P. l'rstid.ui (iu tbe enaii), Dr. C»mer. d, J~P., ilcS»rs|,lLDgelijardl,. Jiuobrl. lurv«», BuiipiuMQ, ibtia tun lion, ciwonttarv \lf * . H. fluff, ). Tbe misuleB of the prsvioas msetinf wen te«d and confii m«d . Aooounis amounting to £6 1C» 6d wers passed lor poyiueni. j ? A letter was read from Mr. F. \V. Blake, of Albury, iu r.fereuoe to new book -i svnd ihe fui'i-wiug were evlooted ; — 'fanners of tbe Tide,' — (By Jonepli Hooking). 'UtarveCtow i'arm,''— (By 8. Wey man). -AM-ker of History,'— (By Phillip Oppenheioi). 'Kipps,'— (By H.G. Wells). 'Bt. Cutbbsrt of tb« Wvst,'— (By Knowlei). 'Japanese Physical Training,'— ( Bj Hancock). ?' For Lo-e of Her,' — By Guy Boothbj . ' the » hario»s of toe Lord,' — (Bj Joseph ockiu);). '4 Modern Utopia.' — (By H. G. Wells).

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HENTY NEWS. Farmers and Settlers Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 27 January 1906

HENTY NEWS. [nOMOUB SPECIAL BEPBESESTATIVE.] Farmers and Settlers - Association. Henty not biting a Progress Com mittN, the above AtBociaiion aou bb the official body »f the io»n and district, and ithaoDktitnied by farmers and towns people. The Association holds its meet ings tb* first Samrday in each monib, in the local School of *rts. Owing to the bnsy season jnst now, the law meeting was not largely attended. Mr. H. ltuify (Vice President) orcupied tbe ohair. There were also present: llaesrs RoBler, ? Y«unp, Horendnn. liankio. M-C)ure, and tbe Bon. Bee. (Mr. B. fa. Lookwood). The minutei ot ibe previous meeiiug 4 were read ami confirmed. Correspondence was received and treat* i «b follows :— From Mr. ti. B. utler, see. r'arLu»i-' and twtiieiV aibo i&iion, Culcairn, . tk ing the »o-opeiaiion of the Bmty Afso oiaiicn, to impreu upon the Minister foi Works ib« argent neces-iiy if having » bridge erected on tbe tiillabong Cre»k, Onleairn-Getogery toad. Tbe discu»iou was gener...

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