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Commercial. LOCAL RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 31 January 1906

Commercial: io'OAL EETAIL PKICES. Butter (factory) Is 2cl to Is 33. Butter, (dairy), to lid. Cheese, 9d to 1(M. Eggs 7-1 to 9d. Bacon, 9d to 10a. Ham, lOd to Is. Currants, 5|d to*6d. Raisins, 5d to 6d. Onions, (per. owt.), 5s. Potatoes, 6s. ?Oats, 2s 6d. Fowl feed, 3s. Bran, In. Poltava, Is LI. Flour, lGs to 17s. Chaff, £3.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. [BY WIRE—REUTER.] MELBOURNE, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 31 January 1906

LATE COMMERCIAL NUWS. [BY WIBE— ltEUTliB.] ? Melbourne, Tuesday nixht. Tlie wheat market opened quietly to-dity. Private cables reported tho London market easier, quotations for cargoes present shipment being 31s 44' to die, 6d per quarter. At the local auctious only 477 bays were ofierod. Bidding was dull, no sales being effected. Shippers are offering 3s 2d per bushel for parcels, that be ing London purity. Oats are steady 'witb a fair demand, willing, good feed seed Is. 114d to 2s. Algerian milling Is lOJd to Is lid ; heavy feed Is 10J to Is lid ; light Is 9dto Is 9jd ; Tartarian nominal, 2s 3d. to 2s 6d. Bran firm at lid. Pollard steady at lid. 1'otatooBaro in better demand. Warrnauibool ±3 10s to £4. Local same price. Onions. Supp.y large. Prime 42s 6d to 45s. ? Cliail— Supply of medium in excess of de mand. Prime iu good demand at 67s Cd, good 00s to 52s Cd, medium 45s to 47s 6d, inferior 35s. Sydnev, Tuesday ujgUt. The wheat market to-day bIkws a Blight increase iu shipper's ...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLEARING SALE OF FURNITURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 31 January 1906

CLEARING SALE OF FURNITURE. J. D. Fhashb reports holding a inc cessful clearing sale of household furni ture and effects on Saturday, 27th inst., on account of Mr. J. Selby, when the Whole of the offerings were cleared at satisfactory prices. The local wheat market in sympathy With Sydney prices shows a downward tendency, the ruling price yesterday being 2s ad to 3s o}d. Buyers, however, are hot too eager, and a further drop is expected. London market showed a ? slightly depressed rate during the last week. It is estimated there are some 50,000 bags of this season's wheat held at Corowa. Our correspondent advises that there are about 12,000 bags sucked at Brocklesby, and a large quantity still ?to come. That station of course draws a lot of grain from Howlong district. Large quantities are also stacked at the different sidings. Most of the grain has gone Melbourne way up to tlie present. Latest quotations will be found below.

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

SYDNEY MARKET. STDKET, Monday. — Shippers of wheat reduced their limit to Ss Id. Millers oper ated quietly at 3s 3|d, and were prepared to .give Jd more for extra fine Birerina samples. The majority of millers hare already secured sufficient wheat for &CToral mouths' require ments, and their purchases are not likely to affect the market to any extent. Bran bags were firm at 4s 6d to' 5s. Oats were in good supplv, but there was no alteration in values reported. Bran 9jd ; pollard, lid. Chickwhcat 3s Id to Ss ljd. Potatoes were weaker, owing to the good supplies. YOUNGHUSBAND. ROW & Co., PKOPY. LTD., report at Vodonga market on Tues day an alfrouud short supply of cattle to a representative attendance 01 buyers. Fat cattle were in fair demand and bo*t qualities Boinewbnt improved, while for medium and inferior cows prices showed )-o alteration on late rates. Best liulloeks £8 Os to £8 Os, a few £8 13s ; good useful liuIlocU £7 5s to £7 18s slight bullocks £5 19s to £G ...

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

foAhtt.^U^^'wit^l'lf.T ?.««SSf.l^ITS AX THE STAB.STUDIOS. That's the kind m'n now producing. Wo urn to get diflerent and hettor effects. Wo takj^aU Ui^b ra.ro and have all the skill that's necessary SPilws. arl J«^«... JS. ^L^?'1^^!1?- Au -*? Boauty of ? L^'' features and ivem is brought out with a delightful iloameso ana »f tness in our JLOVSLY ABISTOXmPEPOBTBjUTS. Best of nil onr ftflCt, are -lowe.t oa record for U.^.n.. »M.Mi— . B6Dyj3fllJUBS, 06, T« 6*, lOUJddoz. cm,!,,**, W* M,.ttuM,:Mi«M. ,, ISTAB STPPIOS. . SKINNER'S PICTURE GALLERY. AUmrfc

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COROWA PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 31 January 1906

GOSOWA PRODUCE MARKET. JOHN D. Frasf.r reports holding his ordinary weekly sale' of farin dud dairy produce, furniture, poultry aud sundries dn tile ifth irist., when the attendance of buyers was good, arid the whole of the offerings cleared at satisfactory prices. He sold turkey gobblers at 7s 6? ; hen«, 4s ; ducks 3s 6d pair ; fowls 3s pair ; roosters 2s cacli ; eggs £?! doz. ; plums 29 per case ; pears 2s 9d per case, and sundries at satisfactory prices. JOHND, FBAEER, reports having sold yesterday, a pure bred gelding, 4 yrs by Robin Adair, (sou of Sniveller), dam Snow den mate, at n satisfactory price on account of Mr. Grentnell, (Tic), to Jfr. Maurice Hassett.

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

I am therefore ready to quench your thirst and keep you cool.

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

a^Ki^Jl T^ R-JTHER6LEN pUKNISHING \$/n REHOUSE. IwwpmmmJWj The largest Stock in die North-East /aW&Ft4-wL A few Special Lines for the Season— 1 j/^tll W*&t^L&4^r IH M^fll TX7IEE D0OES. ^'IBE (adjustable) Window Frames, Dncrc Chairs (aut-proof), Wicker Fcrxitube, Yebaxdah Blinds, all f *^|B ^^g5^8^^Mi5^all^»ain » » sizes (only the Best kept in stock), Loukges, LINOLEUMS to please everybodv-^-over 00 pieces to select from, Drawing fc^.-ill 'tmtazyM' ? MfBOl Boost, Dining Boom, and Bedkoom Suites, Bedsteads and Bedvkg, Pkams and Go-Oakts, Fexdehs and Ikons, Cakpet ^ ffll WzZ&pS^ir llliiPllll Our long exPerience in the FUENITDBE BUSINESS ia a guarautee that you will got reliable goods at the LOWEST PRICES. ' 1161 ^llfiiiP^ J& illlJ HI ? Inspect the large and varied Stock — New Desigiia every -week. ? WMr SKitf IlllLJll ALL GOODS CAREFULLY PACKED AND DELIVERED FREE. JU**==®A W sZZr'iim* If |' , i : Write for Prices and Designs to— Wkr'¥% 5. YOUNKMA...

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Tenders Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906

Tenders Wanted. Tenders for the supply and de livery of forage for the following Police Stations will be received up till the 5th February next :— Culcairn. — Tor the supply of two horses. Henty. — For one horse.

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A Bad Road. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906

A Bad Road. The road in Sladen-street is in a wretched condition, and requires metalling badly. Householders in the vicinity must have a rough time while the wheat carting is on, as the clouds of dust the waggons rise find their way through every house.

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HENTY NEWS. School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906

HENTY NEWS. {?MM om special bkpbbbektativb.] School of ArtB. in (be year 1898 a project m ?at on foot by some of our prominent eitlte&s to raise funds for the pur POK Of building a School of Arts, the Want of a public hdl for entertain ments, etc., being severely felt. The only hall for amusement purposes, at that time, being the local paint shop at C Haberecht's establishment, a room about SO x IS. A committee was formed, of which Mr. 3?. Spence, sen, was secretary, and the efforts of these gentlemen were supported to the extent o( £70. Some of the committee were in favor of building, with this amount some sort of a hall to meet public require ments. However, a bad harvest set in, and things remained at a stand still till 1899, when Mr. Lamport, tbe hero of the attempted robbery of the local bank of N. S. Wales sug gested holding a bazaar, which was at once taken up with great enthu siism, and some £120 was realised. The committee then called for tend ers for the erection* ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906

'The Corowa Chronicle,' PUBLISHED AT COROWA, I*. (S. 'W., BVBHY WBDNBSBAY AND (SATURDAY. Ha* tJae (vAKOBST CIRCULATION of A»y Bi-Weekly SJ©'wsi»ai-©*v PutolisJaed iw (Soiattla»r» Riverina. '- -?? SUBSCRIPTION, — 16a. per annum ; 4s. per quarter ; 12e. per annum in advance. Snbsoribers may be enrolled at any time. -. : :.?'/;

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Recognised the Tone. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906

Recognised the Tone. An officious little country station master recently discovered a gentle man enjoying a cigar in a compart ment not reserved for smokers. Tho traveller wore a ton-hat, and the little stationmaster approached him with all humility. 'You should not smoke, sir,' he ue 'Indeed!' ejaculated the traveller., 'That is what my friends say.' 'You misunderstand me, sir,' re turned the stationmaster. 'You must not smoke.' 'So my doctor tells me,' responded the other. ? The stationmaster was rapidly losing his temper, and, assuming the most severe attltuoe he could command, he roared: 'But It's against the regulations, and you sha'n't smoke, sir!' 'Dear me!' exclaimed the unmoved offender, -In' grave tones,- 'That's my wife to a $ee!' .'?'

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A Brainy Youth. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906

A Brainy Youth. Mr. Richman: I don't demand that my daughter shall marry wealth, but I do insist that the man she marries shall have brains enough to get along in the world. Young Slimpurse: Well, I think I've shown pretty good judgment in select Ing a father-in-law, don't you?

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906

LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Friday night. Quintan was brought before the Police Court this morning and re manded, pending the result of the inquest. He preserved a calm de meanour. A year ago he was in the employ of a firm of wine merchants, and was found to be of mean pilfering habits. The inquest was held this afternoon when evidence was given of facts already published, John Thomas Quintan, a boy of fiftefen, confessed . on Thursday to having murdered Mrs. Gregory at tlie Royal Hotel, George-street, on Wed nesday evening. He hid under the bed with the intention of robbing her. The woman heard him in the room and grappled with him, when to effect his escape he stabbed her several times with a sailor's knife with fatal results. A girl, aged 18, drowned herself in the Parmmatta as a result of a love affair. Melbourne, Friday night. A rabbit trapper named John Leahy was found in a demented state at Ktlmore in the bush, lie had been without food or wuter for some considerable time. The ...

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Squeezing a Client. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906

Squeezing a Client. 'What are you kicking about?' ask ed the lawyer. 'Why, we won the case,' replied the client, 'but I can't see what I get out 'You get enough to pay your law yer's fees, don't you? What more do you want?'

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Commercial. COROWA FORTNIGHTLY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906

Commercial. COROWA FORTNIGHTLY MARKET. A. A. Piqoik & Co, report hoUing their ordinary fortnightly market on Thursday ist inst. There was a fair at tendance of buyers, and also a jood yarding of stock. Biddings for cattle of all classes were brisk, sheep were dull of aale at the high reserves asked for by vendors. They sold fat bullocks from £8 ioi to £-j ios ; fat cows (light weights J to £5 ; heifers from ,£4 IOs to /'s ; milch cows to £b ; poddies £1 and mixed young cattle to £2 ios. An entire clear ance of cattle submitted was effected. Light horses sold from £j ios to /'15. Store wethers aold at las, aud aged merino ewes at us.

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Not Easily Done. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906

Not Easily Done. Housekeeper (captiously): 1 believe that condensed milk of yours is mostly water. Manufacturer (quietly) : Madam, have you ever tried to condense water?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. [BY WIRE-REUTER.] MELBOURNE, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906

LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. [BY WIBE— HBUTEB.] MELBOURNE. Friday evening. Tbo Corn Trado Sectional Com mittoe declared that the F. A. Q. standard sample shall be 631bs. to tho Imperial bushel. Wheat market quiet. Private cables report Home market weak, owing to absence ot buyers. For cargoes early shipments 31s lid per quarter was indicated, parity being about 3s Id per bushel. Local ship pers will have stocks ready for shipment offering 3s Id to Ss lid. For parcels of milling demand steady at same price, stocks arriving freely from country. Oats demand steady for milling ; good feed export seed Is Hid to 2s : Algerian milling 1b lOfrd to Is Hid ; heavy feed Is lOd to Is lid , light Is9d to Is 9id, inferior Is 8d ; stout white and Tar tarian nominal 2s 4d to 2s 8d. Bran firm at lid ; pollard steady at Hid. SYDNEY, Friday night. New wheat, Ss 2d : chaff, prime, £3 15s to £i 2s Cd; oats, 2s Id to 2s 2d.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WIT AND HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906

WIT AMD HUMOUR. The Herr: It is of no use. We must get a separation. The Frau: That is what I say. Isn't it beautiful how we agree? Dashaway (at the ball): I saw her in the conservatory with you. How is it, old chap? Did she accept you? Bluffer: I don't know.' Just as I asked her supper was announced. 'Yes,' said the man who uses old fashiohed phrases, 'my daughter can make a piano fairly talk.' ' 'If that piano was talking,' answer el Mr. Cumrox, 'the nature of its re marks must have been something fear ful.' Senior Partner: I think I'll have to discharge that young fellow whom I engaged last month. He's frightfully lazy. Junior Partner: Slow in everything, Senior Partner: Well— no, not in everything. He gets tired quick enough. 'If you don't see what you want, ask for it,' is the sign displayed over a grocer's counter. And when a man went in and asked payment of a bill tiiat had been running for six months he was shown out through the front door. He is now of option that gro cers ...

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