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THE RACE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 31 January 1906

THE RACE CLUB. It is to be hoped the adjourned meeting of the race club to-night will provoke enough interest to secure an attendance sufficient to warrant the usual fixtures being carried out. The last meeting saw only three members of the com mittee present. Iu the best interests of the sport itself it is desirable that leading citizens should takean active part iu the management of lue club. A good race meeting of a necessity benefits the business section of our community, aud, therefore, the town generally. For the meeting to be a success it should be in the hands of men of standing and high personal honor. Such control can only be secured by a proper interest on the part of the members, aud that interest is best proved by an attendance ot tbe anuual meeting.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 31 January 1906

Hudson's ftedical Hall. WITH SUMMER COME EVE COMPLAINTS. Pot ThMy-Tbxco Yeaia THREE FAMOUS REMEDIES hnvo thriven in Riverina. Golden Eye Drops ? ? 2s Golden Eye Ointment ? 2s Golden Fly Lotion ? Is POSTED EVBEYWHEEB. THEY FIX: End Eyo=, Sore Eros, Infliimoa F.tos, V,'oak Eyes, Fly-BitUu Eyes. Q I LLI ES, CHEMIST.COROWA. Special Announcement. IT is with sincere regret that Messrs. LEVY and CO. have to announce the resignation of llr. GALBRAITH after many years of faithful aud honorable service. IIo leaves to cuter into lm*iuess on his own account, and carries Messrs. LEVY and CCS. best wishes for his future success. Mr. J. W. FYFFE, who has been connected with the business of Messrs. CASHY and CO. since its inception, in a trusted position, will manage for Messrs. LEVY and CO. Mr. FYFFE is thoroughly experienced, straightforward aud obliging, and Messrs. LEVY and CO. ask you to repose the same confidence in him accorded to his predecessor, and assure you it will not be misplaced. Mr....

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BAND BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 31 January 1906

THE BAND BAZAAR. The efforts to uniform the Border Brass Baud should have general sympathy and support. The Band is an institution of far more im portance to the town than is always recognised. The influence of music is now admitted to be of a refining nature iu any community. In all modern centres it is becoming cus tomary to find Brass Bands subsi dised by the local authorities. In London the County Council, the leader of municipal thought and enterprise throughout the world, has some thirty-five bauds playing iu various parks throughout that great city. In Australia a similar movement is daily growing, and the presence of these musical bodies being appreciated. The local band is marked for its public spirit aud help. It would be only fitting that this should be returned in a measure by assisting the. members in an endeavour to turn out smart aud nattily attired in a suitable uniform.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 31 January 1906

Personal. The many Crienils ol Mr. J. Lons dale, of Mulwnk, a member of the Pastures Protection Board, will learn with regret that the children of the same name who perished in the calamitous fnes in Gippsland last week were his nephews and nieces. The retirement ofj Mr. Thomas Parkin from business, after some 30 years connection with this district, has been the occasion of general re grot. Mr. Parkin has received many letters from old friends and custom ers in the following strain : — Coreena,9/l/0G. Thos. Paskik Esq., Sir, — Having received a circular torn you announcing your retirement from business, I wish you many years of lmpni uess and contentment iu your new sphere, which I suppose will be privnt* life. Although pleased for your sake, I feel sorry on my own account, as I suppose plenty others will be also, for, although you lave been a good friend to me, I know that I am not the only ono who can say so. I do not think that people have yet formed any idea of what your retirem...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LIQUOR ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 31 January 1906

THE LIQUOR ACT. A case has come under notice showing the necessity of some definite reading of the New Liquor Act. A visitor staying at one local hotel wished to see a friend staying at another, but was refused ad mittance. Although the action seems drastic, blame can hardly be attached to the hotel keeper con sidering the nebulous understand ing of the new Act. There is no doubt that such an effect was never intended iu passing the Act. -Yet the licensees are as a matter of fact more interested in illustrating the harshness of the Act than other wise, which shows the imperative necessity of this point being cleared up. The present position is that the police have beeu instructed to refer all cases to t'le Attorney General before prosecuting. It is most unlikely, however, the local police would proceed against re spectable citizens when they are satisfied their presence on the premises is legitimate. The licensee is under no risk if his bar is properly closed, except in the unlikely...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sydney Woman's Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 31 January 1906

Sydney Woman's Letter. [fir Matsa,] A rctrirriea wanderer is imniscd at the life of Madam Melbn in England. Slelua, no doubt, is a little tin god, nnd finds lifeas the 'Queen of Sonc' fclightlv different to her early Ufa on an Australian station, but my friend assures mo tint when ouo unites b call on Nellie, there is nearly ns much fuEs attached to it ns there is to a court function. I hear no more news of the report that Madam Nellie is to ' lwppen ' again in tho laud of tbc kaugnroo. The rumored visit wa9 to be a purely family Affair, nnd not a grand tour to rake in tho shecklos. Someone said that Madam's son pinos to live- among the Hooks nud hords, and that Madam was coming this way to planthim on an Australian btation. Thin, of course, migbtbe fact or it might be fic tion. There must lw fourteen huudred different styles of lovely women parading round Mother Earth, for fourteen huudreddifferent makes, chapes, and sizes of ooreets are stocked uy one London wholosale drapery firm...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE EXPRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 31 January 1906

THE EXPRESS. It is freely stated that the old system of running the Melbourne ex press straight through, only stopping at Wangaratk, Benaila, aud Sey mour, aud following with a passenger train is to be reverted to. This would be a great inconvenience to residents in the Corowa and Waligunyah districts. The old 6ystoui was very unsatis factory and it would be woll for tbe Borough Council on behalf of town residents, and the Progress Com mittee in the interests of the outside district to take prompt action to pre vent tbe suggested ohmige. In a matter of this kind early action in esseulial for success.

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The Fire Brigade at Rutherglen. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 31 January 1906

The Fire Brigade at Rutherglen. . The n:eu,bers of the Corowa Firo Brigade were successful at Buther glen on Friday iast in the following events : — Engine Practice foe One Man. First prize, gold medal ; 2nd , 15s. A. Ritchie, Corowa, 41 3-5 sees. 1 ; Robinson, Corowa, 42 2-5sec 2 ; G. Audley, Rutherglen, 42 4-0sec. 3 Eleven competed, Engine Practice foe Thbee Men. First, £1 10s ; 2nd, 15s. Corowa No. 1, 11 3-5sec. 1 ; Rutherglen Mo. 2, 12 2-5scc. 2. Ten teams competed.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 31 January 1906

Local and General. new TnADii Methods.— The ndiw. lisement which appears in to-day's issuo, containing the notification of Messrs. L. Lory and Co'b. sale and price list, marks u new departure 111 tnido methods. Usually, sales are advertised by hund bills, dodge'n and circulars distributed by hand or tont by post. On this occasion Messrs. L-cvy and Co. h»ve relinquished old-fashioned methods, and it in hoped thnt the now departure will result in abnormal succesuto them as n reward for their up-to-date business ideas. SmAINED ANKLE, STIFF NECK, LAME IJHOULDEI], — Tktue aro tbreo common ailments for which Chamberlains l'ain Ualra in especially valuable. If promptly applied it will save you time, money, and ?uttering when troubled with any one of these ailments. For sale by T. Parkin and HELP THE HOSPITAL.— The following additional promise has been iuade to the Whealgrowers' Fund : — Wrii. Lewis, Days dale, 1 bag. Closes Settlement Leagce.— The above League will meet on Thursday even in...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 31 January 1906

LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Tuesday night. In the Interstate match between Victoria and New South Wales, the former only scored 95 for the last 7 wickets. Cotter and Garnsey each got four wickets. A young clerk was before the Police Court to-day, who' stated be had been ruined by a 'Two-up' school. Meltc-TINE, Tuesday night. Tho i\-...uourne Stock Exchange las given £100 to the Bush Fires Relief Fund. At a public meeting held in the Town Hall a comprehensive scheme of relief was formulated, liberal sub scriptions being promised. Mr. Irvine has declined a Supreme Court .Tudgesliip. He intends to enter tlie Federal political field. Phillip Clements, a grocer :;t Cuxlton, wns lined £20, with £5 5s. costs, for utiui: his 6hop for bettinc purposes A gang of burglars entered the shop of Hfiiry Riegelhuth, jeweller, Biillarat, and stole a large number of gold wak-hes and precious stones. They cooly took the lock off the front door opening on to the street.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 31 January 1906

eorowa Fortnightly Market. Thursday, February I. W. L. TAYLOR & CO. ? WILL soil bv auction in their Corowa Yank: 100 Pat Merino wethers. 200 Merino Wethers, 2-tooth. 400 Merino Ewes, 4 aud 6-tooth, 350 Shropshire Cros» Weaners. ? ? ? . 600 Merino Weauers. Terms as usual. Further entries invited. W. L. Taylor * Co., (Walter L. Taylor. . Geo. C. Morphett) AUCTIONEERS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, WHEAT BUYERS. Agents for Tha Australian Mutual Provident Society. The Ocean Accident Co. The Australian Mutual Fire Insur ance Co. The Eoyal Insurance Co. M'Dougall's Sheep Dip. Cohoe and Walster's Babbit Poisoner. The Australian Mutual Fire Insur ance Association of Austral Asia, Limited. Offices: SANGEE STREET, COROWA. Wheat ! W. L. TAYLOR & CO. Grain Buyers, Corowa. FREE STORAGE. CHEAP MONEY. We hare £26,000 Trust Moneys to lend on Broad Acres in sums to suit at 4%, 4J%, and 4J%, according to security. W. L. TAYLOR £ CO., Corowa. Clearing Sale. Stock, Machinery, and Furniture....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 31 January 1906

H. J. Norman and Co., TEA, COFFEE, AND COCOA MERCHANTS, Albury, HATE much pleasure iu informing the Public that tho necessity no longer exists for sending to Melbourne or Sydney for a REALLY GOOD TEA. All our T«»s are direct from Growers, handled only by ourselves, and being EXPERT BLENDERS wc guarantee to please the most fastidious taste, and DEFY COMPETITION. WF Send for Trial Package of our Delicious Teas. *w IN TINS: 121bs, 151bs, 2Olbs, 261bs. IN CHESTS: OOlbs, SOlbs, 10011m. At Is, Is 3d, Is 6d, Is 9d, and 2s per Ib. AND COMPARE IT WITH ANY TO BE HAD IN THE COMMONWEALTH. Teas packed for the Trade. All Orders receive prompt attention. «S* NOTE THE ADDRESS :— fi. J. Norman and Co., ? K1EWA=STREET, ALBURY. M. BLASBALK, Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician, Albury. /TFT any Sydney er Melbourne Jetroller's ' Catalogue, pir-l: cut what you want, Eeud lo me, and I will send you exactly the same article at the same price, free of all expense to you, thus saviug you freight and postage. S...

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THE WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 31 January 1906

THE WATKR SU1JPLY. The actiouof tiie Borough Couucil at the last ueeiiug brings a water supply lor Corowa wuhiu mea surable distauce. Itis uottooboou. At the present uuie the town is practically guttering from a water tuuiiue, and, as was graphically pointed out by Aid. Kuchie, is iu imminent danger of being swept out of existence by fire. Only a tew nights ago half of banger-street for a tew seconds stood ou the brink of destruction. The outbreak iu Mrs. House's shop occurring under less favorable circumstances would have beeu disastrous. No duubt there is a considerable degree of 'if' about tliis cmx, but on the other baud there is a considerable degree of unmistakable risk. The arguments brought iu opposition to the action of tlie Council appear rather late in the day. The water question is one that lias been linked with the municipality siuce its lomialiou, and it is extraordinary that they bave not been brought into active play earlier iu llie dis cussion. The present feeling i...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 31 January 1906

Corowa Common. Balance Sheet for Year Ending 1905. Receipts £ ? d To Balance ? 16 6 Slock fees, Firewood, &c ... 95 18 O 96 14 6 EXPEXDITUBE. £ ? d By Salaries and Wages ? G9 17 8 Inburnucc ... ? 7 0 Advertising Printing, &c, ... SOI Auditors Fees ? 110 Hates P. P. Board ? 1 33 3 Improvements ? 5 14 3 Fumigator ? 8 7 6 Sundries ? 4 7 1 Balance ? C 5 9G 11 6 JOHN D. FEASER, Secretary. I bave this day examined the books jand accounts of the Uorowa Common, and find same to be correct. . J. R. LANGLEB, Auditor. 13/1/0G. NOTICE. Corowa, January 23, 1900. U AVTNG DISPOSED of my BUSINESS ' to MR. I). L. TAIT, trading as T. PABKZN & CO., I respectfully request all persons INDEBTED to me to Pay their Accounts »s eoou as possible to MR. W. J. 3BAY, do T. Parkin & Co., who will make imngeincnts in connection therewith, aud ivuose receipt will be n sufficient discharge, agaiu thanking you for past favors. Yourts faithfully T. PARKIN. Municipality of eorowa TO THE...

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CABLES. LONDON, Tuesday morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 31 January 1906

CABLES. (Retjteks.) London, Tuesday morning. The delegates from Morocco have submitted an elaborate plan of general reforms to tho International Conference, involving a large in crease of customs taxation. Mr. R. B. Haldane, Secretary for War, speaking at Edinburgh, and dwelling on ihe potent influence of the University, suggested that the rise of the Labor Party was dne to a suspicion amongst the workers that the Liberal Party was lacking in ideas. Ho said that any attempt to tyrannously exercise the power of the State must result in a re-action. The Liberals, by a wise exercise of power, combinocl with scientific knowledge, hoped to render superfluous the as pi rations of the separate independent Labor Party. He also implied that the State might take action preclud ing the notion that labor was a com modity to be bought in the cheapest and sold in the dearest market. The Paris 'Le Temps,' a leading French newspaper, complains that while Germany is professing friendly feeling, the ...

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A GOODS TRAIN OFF THE RAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 31 January 1906

A GOODS TRAIN OFF THE RAILS. A goods train ran off the rails at Yass, on Friday evening. There was some damage dona to the rolling stock, and the up express was de layed for four hours. The Corowa frain was consequently delayed not arriving here till twenty past one, although it caught up about half an hours lost time between Culcairn and Corowa.

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Sporting Notes. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 31 January 1906

Sporting Notes. Racing Fixtuheb. Cootamundra — February 6 and 7. Goulburn — February 9 and 10. Springbursl— February 21. Beualla (Oup Meeting)— April 4. The Anniversary Handicap, run at Rand wick on Saturday, was won by Birida, Kaffirpan and Cakewalk filling tho places. The- winnor started at 5 to 1. Saturday's racing at Hnudwiclt was re markable for the success of horses whore number in the bonk was 7, a position that many racegoers blindly follow. Bportii^ ir-iri generally, shrewd though many of them arc, arc superstitious, and while one section will pin their faith and coin to No. 7, others will invest more money tlian they intended to on tbo object of their choice should it happen to bo opposite No. IS. Those who followed the latter on Saturday have reason to regret their misplaced con fidence. Imt No. 7 turned up a winner on three occasions. When Noctuifonn, tLo A.J.C. Derbj winner, was sold to go to England then' were all sorts of speculations as to the most likely purchaser, ...

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SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 31 January 1906

SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. SVDKIW, Monday.— At Homebush to day 11,43s sheep and lambs were penned. As the supply of good to prime was barely equal to the demand the market opened firmer for such sorts, while medium and light sorts were- without quotable change. There was an improvement of about Gd a head throughout the sales. Merino wethers brought Gs to 15s Gd ; extra prime, to lGs 6d ; crosbbred wethers, lls Gd to 16s 6d ; odd pone to 17s ; merino ewes, 5s 6d to 15s Gd ; odd pens to 15s lid ; crossbred ewes, 10s to 15s Gd ; odd pens to 16s 4d. Lambs, which were in fair Eupply, consisted mainly of medium and useful trade suckers, and Brought 5s to ISs 63, odd pens to 14s Gd. 1 ,2S3 cattle yarded: comprising all descrip tions. Bullocks sold from SG 5s to £0 10s ; cows, £3 5s to £G 15s ; best beef brought 20s to 22s per 1001b. Exports of wheat and flour from Victoria, South Australia, New South Wales, and Queensland to destinations beyond the Commonwealth since iJcccinber 16, 1905, am...

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Railway Accident. FORTY PASSENGERS INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 31 January 1906

Railway Accident. FORTY PASSENGERS INJURED. Shortly after 1 o'clock on Sunday, a train left Fornlree Gully for Gem brook, carrying 240 passengers on a narrow-gauge lino of 2fl 6in., the tram consisting ofeightcovcred trucks and two carriages, the carriages be ing in the rear of the train. The heavy train did not effect a start until a second attempt had been made. After ascending the slight slope just outside the station, the train -sped along at a high speed. After passing Belgrave station it went rapidly over a rise, and entered on the curve-about hall a mile be yond the station. Here the pas sengers were alarmed by a series of bumps, and the train rocked from side to side. Immediately after wards the engine left the rails, turned over on the outside of the curve, dragged slowly along for a few yards, and then came to a standstill against a low bank. Four trucks, all con taining passengers, left the rails, and fell in a confused heap. Instantly the air was filled with the shriekin...

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P. A. and H. Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 31 January 1906

P. A; and H. Nqtfe§: The long dry sp'oli of vtcalber is causing some concern. YigrieVons are anxiouB for a good fall now to mature tbelr crops. In many parts of the district tho soul-oily of water for domestic; purposes is also being feltr At DayBdale tho position is gettiug very severe. On Monday a mob of travelling cattle, owned by Mr. J. H. Hume, passed through Gundagai, and a few minutes after drinking in tjie Murruin bidgee River 15 died. The stock inspector, after examining one of the carcases, gave it as bis opinion that death Was caused by the animals having a feed of thistles, and then drinking heavily. The stomach has been sent to Sydney for examina tion. The Brookong branch of the Ekrruers' and Settlers' Association has passed a resolution opposing the action of the executive tit Sydney in starting a newspaper. It was con sidered that such action should bave been preceded by authority from the annual conference. It was decided that the demand for land is so ap parent that...

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