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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906

Local and General. UcNtcrpAii Election. — The election of Aldsrnun will be held ou Tuesday 13th February. WE have been requested to draw atten tion to Messrs. Levy and Co's price list in their half page advertisement iu the current issue of the ' Chronicle.' Wabuatta School.— It ii notified in tha Government Qazette that the Fro visional school at Warmatta has been established a Public School. 8LOANE TAKE.— Tenders for the lease of the Sloane tank ou the Mulwal* to Saver nake road, close on the Sth February. The lease covers five years from tho 1st if arch, and carries with it 10 acrei of land. THE WATEB SUPPLY. Tenders for the supply and erection of pumping machitwy (alternative tenders, oil and steam), for tha Corowa Water Supply will be received up to the Sth February next. YOU FEEL DULL.— If your liver is sluggish and out of tone, and you feel dull, bilious, constipated , take a dose of Chauibsr lain's Stomach aud Liver Tablets to-night before retiring, and you will feel all rig...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THINGS A MAN HATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906

THINGS A MAN HATES. He hates a woman who keeps him waiting. He expects his wife to wait at home for him all day, but he chafes If he has to wait for her five minutes while she is dressing. But he loves and respects the woman who is coldest to him, the man who can whip him Id a fight, the dog that he has to keep muzzled, and the lobster that disagrees with him. ? ? ? .

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906

Messrs. A. A. Piggin and Co. report selling a large quantity of salvage iron, on Thursday ist inst., biddings were ex tremely brisk, and prices were obtained up to 23 6d per sheet. Messrs. A. A. Piggin and Cq. report having sold Mr. Jeremiah Breen's farm of 569J acres of freehold land, situated on the boundary of Collendiua, at a satis factory price for cash. Messrs. A. A. Piccih and Co. report having completed the sale of Lot 4, of the Howlong Estate, on account of A. Macvean Esq., comprising 736 acres of freehold land. The purchasers being Messrs M. O'Halloran and M. Grace, who each take half. This leaves only Lot I for sale, the total aales effected in this estate in conjunction with Messrs. Chas. L. Griffith and Co., amounting to 4300 acres divided between 11 different purchasers. Mbisks. A, A. Piggin and Co. re port conducting (in conjunction with J. D. Fraser), a very satisfactory two days sale of household furniture and sundries on account of Thos. Parkin Esq.. There was a go...

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

Clearing Sale. RoacMale, Germanton. Wednesday & Thursday : 28th February 4 1st March. 1900. At 10 a.m. sharp. W. L. TAYLOR & CO. (In conjunction with MESSRS. Hcdbojc t Stew am) HAVE received instructions trom MB. J. F. KrsoSTON, who is leaving the district, to tell by public suction, absolutely . without reserve, the whole of hia CKteB ?Ivc Fanning PUnt, Household Furnl* ture, etc., including:— Machinery 2 ' Sunshine' Harvesters, 2 ' May Bros.' Strippers, 1 large ' Bsgnhaw' Win nower, 1 ' Massft. Harris' Binder, I 'Maatey-Harris' 15 Hoe Drill, 1 Grader, 2 Wheat Trucks, 1 Jumper, 1 large ' Bund*' Com-crushcr, 1 3- kniie 'Clifi and Buuliug' Chaff outter and Horseworirs complete, 1 ?' Pom-Pom ' Toison Cart, 1 G-ton waggon, 1 drav, 1 heavy roller, 1 4 furrow Robinsnn plough, 1 double Lennon plough, 1 4-fnrrow Massey Harris plough, 1 s,ei 4-leaf harrows, 1 Abbott Kiiggv, Complete black smith's outfit, including bellows, anvil, vice, stocks and riiee . The whole of the abo...

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

H. J. Norman m\$ C$*r TEA, COFFEE, AND COCOA MERCHANTS, Albury, ' .r, ,:._, , , ' HAVE much pleasure ill iulonniug the Public that the necessity no longer .exists for sending to' :JiMb(-atpc'- or Sydney for a REALLY 'GOOD'tW. All our Teas are direct from Growers, handled only by ourselves, and being EXPERT BLENDERS we guarantee to please the most fastidious taste, ana OEFY COMPETITION. WtT Send for Trial Package of our Delicious Teas. -^t in tins: i2ibs, wibs, aoibs, asibs. inchests: soibs, soibs, looibe. At Is, Is 3d, Is 6d, Is 93, and 2s pen !b. AND COMPARE IT WITH ANY TO BE HAD IN THE COMMONWEALTH. . Teas packed for the Trade. All- Orders receive prompt attention. fl^. NOTE THE ADDRESS :— . . „ ,. ,f '? H. J. Norman and Co., j , ? KrEWA-STREET, ALBURY. j M. l|LASBALK, Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician, Albury. ?fZET any Syaam- or Stelboume Jeweller's *l';-:atalogueJ|ck fmt'what you want, tsotiato nip, uuajf'wai Eelid yon exactly the BOluo article atomic same price, bee of all exp...

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CABLES. (REUTERS.) LoNDON, Friday morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906

CABLES. (Reuters.) LONDON, Friday morning. The Russian public sullenly resent the constant arrests. Shootings and hangings are taking place. There is little interest being shown in tho electoral campaign of the Puma France opposes all proposals, de nying her general police control of Morocco. Germany desires that all powers bo placed on terms of equality as regards the Morocco State fkhk. France contends that it would be absurd for powers without financial interests td . be plaqe'd oh terms of equality witli herself- The confer ence. adopted the sctienie regulntiii^ taxation after it had been cdnsidpi ab'ly modified. Sixteen Jewish anarchists h:i:o been summarily executed at Warsaw. Sir Thomas Lipton is willing to build a fourth Shamrock yacht to compete for the American Cup if the rules of measurement are modified. Austria has allocated 120,000,000 francs for increasing the Adriatic fleet. The Italian press has exhibited great alarm and urge counter mea sures. Chaunoey Depew has re...

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THE BRITISH VERDICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906

tttE BRtTlSti VERDfCt. fht; electiouS'in Great Britain are resulting in a victory for the Free trade Liberal Party of a magnitude unequalled in history. When that prince of apostates Mr. Joseph' Chamberlain commenced the now discredited tariff crusade, there appeared a danger that the cherished political principles which had made Britain mistress of the world would be seriously damaged by one of the most erratic personalities in Eng land. Although this final forsaking of his Freetrade belief was in har mony with the series of evolutions which have in the course of his political life changed the brilliant representative of Birmingham from a radicalof radicals to be the cham pion of the aristocratic Tory party there was a possibility of success. Choosing an opportune moment in the country's historyi when the effects of a great war were being felt by the working classes, as they ever have to feel it, Mr Chamber lain attempted to draw their dis tressed ga£e from the results of his party...

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An Unpardonable Offence. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906

An Unpardonable Offence. Friend: Aren't you rather afraid of that handsome rival of yours? Smartchap: Not a bit. Friend: He is very rich. Smartchap: Yes.. Friend: A great favorite with the ladies. Smartchap: I kno wit. Friend: Yet you have no fear? Smartchap: No. He guessed at her ae once, and got her only two years younger than she is.

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CONSUMPTION RARE IN JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906

CONSUMPTION RARE IN JAPAN. If there is one thing more than an other upon which Japan can congratu late itself it is upon the fact that con sumption is almost unknown to its shores. Even in the coldest weather it is a rare thing to meet in Japan a person suffering from a bad cougb. The secret of this is to be found in the Japanese love of freBh air, and their belief in the value of deep brea tnlng, which they consider the most vital function of life. A Japanese abode is so built that in good weather both living and sleep ing apartments are fully exposed to the open air, by removing the screens which form the walls. Nor do the Japanese believe in ar tificially-heated looms. Even in win ter only a small charcoal fire Is resor ted to, which has but little effect up on the temperature, and serves mainly for warming the hands. Indoors as well as out, the Japanese method of acquiring warmth is by put ting on more clothing and by exerci sing the body.

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

* «^#%- o THE RUTHERGLEN FURNISHING XV/flREHOUSE. J|^^^^^aM|L The largest Stock in the North-East Jm W^'^f^M^ A few Special Lines for the Season— O /*f l| %?^SfS%^J*Sf 111 l^-vfll TAriEE D00BS' WmE (adjustable) WINDOW FRAMES, DECK CHAIBS (ant-proof), WlCKEB FCKNITrjRE, VERANDAH BLINDS, all ft ^^sajl ^^— ^^sJ5»»™5BjJiil''»«*|»311 » V sizes (only the Best kept in stock), Lounges, LiKoleums to please everybody— over 50 pieces to select from, DRAWING II fP^lll 'te^^^-' ~. ? llhH»fdl Room, Dining Boom, and Bedroom Suites, Bedsteads and Bedding,' Prams and Go'-Cabts, Fenders and Irons, Carpet U & Hfi 'WisM^ir hIIIP^II Our long exPerience in the FDENITURE BUSINESS is a guarantee that you will get reliable goods at the Lowest PBICES. III ill ||l§l|||lp^ ^. Illlr Jfll ? Inspect tbe large and varied Stock — New Designs every week. ? 1 ? HI Wr \f%# iLJ ALL C00DS CAREFULLY PACKED AND DELIVERED FREE. Wlm^ ^ RTOMtaM3rY0yNKMAN and Co., f^ELJlg- T i ''Ti i Rutherglen Furnishing Warehouse, R...

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AGRICULTURE. SOIL INOCULATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906

AGRICULTU RE. SOIL INOCULATION. Accounts have already appeared of the recent Investigation into the ques tion of soil inoculation tor the growth of leguminous crops, which have been made both in Germany and the United btates. Experiments are now in jimgress at most ot the agricultural experimental stations in this country for the pur pose of testing the efficiency ef the material both In the field and in the laboratory, but It cannot be said that tne preliminary reports, so far re ceived, are ?inrour'agine;. In view, however, of the interest which Is being taken In the question, and the fact that the preparations are now obtainable commercially In this country, it may be well to point out .that it is only under certain condi tions that the use of cultures Is claim ed to offer any possibility of gain. These conditions, which have been referred to in the previous articles, are summarised by the United States De partment of Agriculture as follow: — When Inoculation is Necessary. Inocul...

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MAINTAINING THE DAIRY HERD. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906

MAINTAINING THE DAIRY HERD. Constant dealers care little about breed or age, whether fat or lean, In calf or empty, as customers can be found for all, with various objects in view; but farmers who are desirous of buying cows to maintain a milk sup ply must be very discriminating, and will consider the capabilities of the an iinal, not only at the time of buying, but in prospective. It is an unwise and thriftless plan to be always chopping and changing cows. A good herd can never result from -such a process. The best of judges will be taken in or fail to de tect defects occasionally, and every cow with a good appearance does not justify these on a prolonged test, but there are certain points, which, if con spicuously included, will, as a rule, prove reliable, and these should al ways be kept in mind and acted on in buying. In looking out for a cow, one of the first acts of the inexperienced is to fix on one that, if not actually fat, is in extra good condition; but this is about the ...

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NELLIE'S RUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906

NELLIE'S RUSE. Nellie Nash nad two lovers. One, Ernest Crauford, ; wasTi boarder at the only hotel In the little village, and was from the city. He had come early in the month of January, and although he had .previously intended to return in February, he was still in Eastlake. for the reason that he had been attracted by MIsb Mash's beauty, and the wealth of the prosperous Mr. Nash; But of course, this- reason, was known only to himself. The other lover, George Lyle, was only a clerk in a drapery store in East Jake. He had been Nellie's favorite before the perfumed fop, Mr. Crau ford, had come to tne village; but now Nellie seemed to prefer the company of Mr. Crauford, or else he gave her no chance to be alone, or In the com pany of anyone else. Mrs. Nash,. Nellie's mother, bad a great aversion to the fashionable city exquisite, and did not hesitate to show him her dislike;. and Mr.Cratford had a very decided aversion to Mrs. Nash. 'Nellie,' said Mrs. Nash, one day, 'I wish you woul...

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DISTANCE THAT BEES GENERALLY FLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906

DISTANCE THAT BEES GENER ALLY FLY. In a communication to 'Gleanings in Bee Culture,' H. W. Lewis, anent the above subject, says that some Urns ago, when feeding his bees with a Miller feeder and thin syrup placed about 50 yards from the hives, he no ticed that bees were coming to feed from the bush. He then took the feed er and followed them up, covering the feeder up and moving as far as he could follow the line, and then opened it for the bees to locate it and get an other start, thus moving the feeder about 100 yards and waiting until a great many bees both from, his own hives and from the bush came to the feed. He observed that on getting about one half-mile from his apiary that his own bees were getting scarcer and that the bees from the bush were most plentiful, and as he ncared the bee tree, about one mile from his own apiary by the section hives, very few bees from his own colonies came to the -feed, while those in the tree ap peared in swarms. Ht then took the feeder and re...

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A NOTABLE CLOCKMAKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906

A NOTABLE CLOCKMAKER. Nuremberg, Germany, in conjunction with the Society of German Clock makers, recently erected a monument to Peter Henlein. Four hundred years ago he substituted springs for weights in clocks, and thus prepared the way for the watch. His work also meant Hint, clocks could be made smaller, since length was no longer required for the fall of the weight. It Is prob able that the first spring was not collet! as at present, but consisted bf a strip fastened at one end, with a string at the other end pulled down and colled round the driving wheel. The spring thus acted* like the sapling in a noose trap. Its play was limited, and the timepiece soon ran down. . .

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THE ENDS OF JUSTICE. Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., London and Melb. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER VII. The Wanderer Returns. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906

THE ENDS OF JUSTICE. ? ? ? BY FRED. M. WHITE. Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., London and Melb. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER VII. The Wanderer Returns. A gentle scratching on the outer door of Samuel Gem's official residence caused that stern familiar to awake from fitful slumbers with a start. A slow, solchin joy glowed on his face as he saw Cathcart. 'Not that I expected you for a mo merit,' he said with great candor. 'There were fine enough promises, but .to one in my position who has so fine a chance to study human nature ? Well, on the whole, 1 shouldn't have come back myself.' 'In my case you certainly would,' Cathcart said. 'I'm too dead tired to argue the ethics of the case. Brush me down and lend me your blacking brushes. We don't want to excite suspicion.' Cathcart's pallet was a hard one, and none too clean; but he slept with a soundness and sweetness that fine linen often woos in vain. It was late before lie woke, and Gem was stand ing over him. All si...

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DAIRYING. POINTS OF A GOOD MILKING COW. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906

DAIRYING. POINTS OF A GOOD MILKING COW. An English 'dairy farmer says:— You must not expect to find all of them in one cow, but tne more the better. The face should not be long nor chub by, but a sort of medium, and not heavy,- the horns pointed up and not downwards; the neck medium thick ness, and a slight drop at the end join ing to the shoulder top. The chin should be thin, and arched as it ap proaches the loins; the latter should be slightly hollow, and not up, as In the case of the male. The book bones snould be nearly level across them, and not- too -wide apart; where the tail joins the body it should stand well above the rump ends, and not flat. The bag should be a talr, good size, pro jecting well out, behind, the teats of a useful size, and not blown or puffed, and the skin very thin, soft and mel low. The milk veins of a good thick ness, and travelling well 'under the belly, where they turn up into the body. You should, by pressing a finger upwards, be able to find a hollo...

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OUTWARD CIRCUMSTANCES AND HAPPINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 3 February 1906

OUTWARD CIRCUMSTANCES AND HAPPINESS. After the most humble competence, outward circumstances have very lit tle to do with human happiness; all depends on the discipline of the mind and feelings. A due .estimate of things, according to their degrees of value, and a superiority to the vain parade of life put it in the power ot almost every one to enjoy as much satisfaction as the frail condition of our being will permit; and he who tasks his intellect to enforce these moral lessons Is the most useful of nil teachers. ' A peep into the future would prob ably bo as unsatisfactory to many per sons as a glance at the past. If you want to make a lifelong enemy. of a man, prove that he is wrong.

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

Hudson's ftedical Hall. WITH SUMMER COME EYE COMPLAINTS. For Thirtj--Thrcc Tears THREE FAMOUS REMEDIES hnvc thriven iu Eivftrina. Golden Eye Drops ? ?? 2s Golden Eye Ointment ? 2s Golden Fly Lotion ? Is POSTED EVERYWHERE. THEY FIX: Bad Eyes, Sore Eyes, luflamed Byes, Weak Eyes, Fly-Bitleu Eyes. Q I LLI ES, CHEMIST, COROWA. Exceptional Opportunity FOR CHEAP Drapery AT LEVY & CO'S. SflLE. NOW ON; ? N©W ON. The Wool Market,- as yon all know, is up, and Cotton is high. LEV? & CO'S. DRAFEBTf purchased at old low prices and sold cheaper than it ought to be, with tho ijrimary markets vising. Now is the time Every Line Reduced. THIS OPPOftTPMTY SHOULD NOT BE MISSED. Drapery will not b» sold so cheaply for a long: time' COME TO $a-n -& to's. dale.

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

Suffered Three Months. ' My little girl Buffered for three months from Whooping Cough,' 6ays A. Kilboru, Carlton, Vie., ' and during that lime I bad the best medical advice for her, but she ob tained no benefit. One day I was looking over a little newspaper issued by tbe Chamberlain Medicine Co., and, seeing what they claimed Chamberlain's Cough Remedy would do, decided to give it atrinl. I am glad I did, for a perfect cure resulted, and I cannot speak too highly of Cbamber iain'B Cough Remedy.' For sale by T. Parkin and Co.* For Christmas Presents and New Year Gifts izc* INSPECT H. Rosenbloom's WELL-ASSOBTED STOCK OF Watches, Jewellery, Silver=mounted and E P. Goods, Clocks, etc. Reliable Keyless Lever Watches from 12s 6d. H. R0SENBL00M, WflTCHnnKER flNb JEWELLER, ? eoRowfl. THE PHARMACY, NEXT POST OFFICE, COROWA |y| WILMOT'S HEADACHE WAFERS, A safe and effective cure for all forms of Headache. Is per box. r PROVED REMEDIES. E Dr. Beaney's Blood and Liver Pills, ANKSKFA-ULV Ej WILM...

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