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Walbundrie Police Court. JANUARY 29TH, 1906. (Before Mr. P. A. Murphy, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 February 1906

Walbundrie Police Court. JANUABY 29th, 1906. (Before Mr. P. A. Murphy, J.P.) Alfred Wheeler and Arthur Lepauez both 20 years, who gave tlieir ad dress as Collingwood, Melbourne, were charged with stealing one silver watch and chain valued at £2, from the person of Patrick O'Connor, of Bulgandra on 27th inst. Constable Osborne deposed to ar resting the two accused in some scrub near Walbundrie and recover ing tbe watch in the possession of the accused Lepanez, who admitted the theft. Patrick O'Connor, laborer, of Bul gaudra, deposed meeting the two accused at Bulgandra on tho 27th inst., where he bought them food, as they were hard up. Witness sent them for a billy of beer, which was shared between them. At the re quest of the accused witness sent for a further supply and provided the necessary cash. During the absence of the accused witness fell asleep, and when be awoke the two accused had left, also a silver watch and chain which witness had in his vest pocket before be went to sl...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Hume Electorate. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 February 1906

The Hume Electorate. The 'Guudagai Times ' writes: — ' Election matters promise to he interesting in the next contest for The Hume. The Socialist Parly promises to put a candidate up for evprv'seat, and Sir William Lyue will be given the opportunity of signing the Sociilist pledge or fighting a Socialist oppouuiit. Some *uch action was necessary in order to cause Sir William Lyne to come down off his rail. The half-and-half votc catchcrs arc no good to any pnrty. If the contest rests between Sir Willmm and a Socialist, our support will go the present member, although he is not quite the apple of our eve, after his peculiar Irciituieut of Tumut when it was well in the running for the Federal Capital. Sir William, unless he goes straight over to the Labor Party, must expect to lw treated as shabbily 'by the Socialists as old John Barnes was iu the hour of his need.' A contest between Sir William and a pledged Labor man would be six of one and half a dozen of the other. The majority of...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Madam Maggie Stirling. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 February 1906

Madam Maggie Stirling! The residents of Corowa will be pleased to learn that Mr. John H. Tait has arranged for Madam Maggie Stirling, the favorite Australian con tralto, to give a concert at the School of Arts, Covowa,on Saturday evening next. Madam Stirling left Australia about 7 years ago to continue her musical studies in Europe, 12 months of which time was spent with Madam Marches), ivho was deeply impressed with lier voice, On making her debut in London she scored an imme diate success, and has ever since held a h'igh position ih the mtisical world. Her beautiful voice still retains the nattiraf 8ytop\it)f$- which s4- eharined her audiehefes prior to her jotirnejr to England, while it is said to We im proved wonderfully in culture and richness. The same complete con cert company that appeared in Mel bourne will visit Corowa, including Miss Ethel Sinclair (violinist), winner of the Clarke Scholarship, Mr. Harold Smith (pianist), and Mr. Sydney Monk (tenor). This concert will be ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 February 1906

' Clearing Sale. . RoacMale, Germantoo. Wednesday & Thursday 28th February & 1st March, 190C, At 10 a.m. sharp. . W. U. TAYLOR & CO. (In' conjunction with MESSRS. HUDSON & STEWART) HAVE received instructions bom MB. 3. F. KINGSTON, ivho is leaving the district, to sell by public auction, absolutely without rosorve/the whole of his Exten sive Farming Plant, Household Furnl tune, etc.- inMnAinrr ?— Macfchiery : 2 ' Sunshine' Harvesters, 2 ' May Bros.' Strippers, 1 large ' Bagshaw' Winnower, 1 ' Mansey-Harris' Binder, 1 'Mas- sey-Harris ' IS Hoe Drill, 1 '' Grader, 2 Wheat Trucks, 1 Jumper, 1 large ' Buncle' Corn-crusher, 1 8 ,y\. . knife 'Clifi and Bunting' Chaff cutter and Horseworks complete, 1 'Pom-Pom' Poison Cart, 1 G-ton waggon, 1 dray, 1 heavy roller, 1 4 furrow Robinson plough, 1 double Lennon plough, 1 4-furrow Massey ' Harris plough, 1 set 4-leaf harrows, 1 Abbott Buggy, Complete black smith's outfit, including bellows, anvil, vice, stocks and...

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Cricket. COROWA V. YARRAWONGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 February 1906

Cricket. Corowa v. Tarrawonga. The match between the above two clubs on Saturday, played at Yarra wonga, was noted for' rapid scoring. Play started a little after 12 6* clock, Tarrawonga sending the visitors to tbe wickets. They closed with the 6core showing : — 6 wickets for 206. Arthur Bayliss made 65 (not out), and Hay 52. At half-past six, Yarra wonga bod 4 nickels dowu for 153, therefore it 'was a drawn game. Rennie put up 100 for tbe borne team, but it was reckoned he was caugbtout behind the wickets by A. Bayliss when his score was 7. but neither of the umpires noticed it. The follqw Ing are the scores :— - cohowa. * A, Bi-?liss, notouf ... ' ? 66 C- Batiks, b Etnnie ? 12 HngKesj si: Jtlibotl, If Bennie ? 1 Henderson, raft 6*t .?/, ,,, ... 22 Hay, h Bennie ... ... :» -« 52 M'lnnes, c and b Arnott ..; in 28 Izon, h Rennie ? i Johnson, not out ? 13 Sundries ? 11 Total for C wickets ? 200 (ltititiigs declared closed.) TAft'tiAWOKeAi Webster, c and b M'Kiram .:. .-,. 12 Rennie, c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 February 1906

Vl^ ANTED, at once, WAITRESS. Apply ' BrvEBrNA HOTEL, Corowa. LOST, between Globe HoUl and Morley's, Wahguuyah, Gold Bicycle Brooch. Reward on rttum to CHBONICL1 Office. Natty Xmas and New Year Presents galore I W.C. ALLEN'S, watchmaxeb, jewelleb, aud Ophthalmic Optician, Main-street, Rutherglen. £ \J BIGHT With your Watchmaker and Jeweller? If you shop with ALLEN y |J RIGHT. If you Buy his Goods, RIGHT JJ |J POST YOUR REPfllRS. All inquiries by letter or otherwise penoaally attended to. ®ljc -f orohia €btomskf Wednesday, February 7, 1906.

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Original Verse. AN EXILE. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 February 1906

OrVinal Verse. AN EXILE. Dearest, while the sun is fading, And veil of night steali slowly o'er the land, I think of you so gentle, kind and loving, Aud long for tbe gentle pressure of your hand. ' Such thoughlsdo oftentimes steal o'er me, At even', when the golden sun is low; When nature seems at peace, and nil above me Is tinted with its warm, luxurious glow. And as I sit and watch the deep'ning sunset, Illumining the ruddy, western sky, It seems to bring me' solace, and a promise, We'll come together, dearest, hy and-by. Ah lovo 1 I'm ne'er at peace without you, You are my comfort and my only joy ; Oh grant what e're the future 'holds out to Us, 'twill leave a golden love, and no alloy. Night closes in upon me like a pall ; But, as the darkness doses out the day, ? Something whispers to me, ' keep good heart,' Tho' she's not near, her love's not far away. — R. BUCKEIDQE. Warniatta, 81/1/06.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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A Colo[?]'s Mad [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 February 1906

A (olojti's Mad Vo- .Taisft General lien Vlljoen tells that the ' maddest act of courage' lie ever saw was tlmt of a British colonel :— ' We were (says tbe general) lying behind .xiulilois lilgii up on one side of a Uonjc and the khnrkls were comliig ini on the other. We snw their rats ipiiear over tbe crest before they nnd any view of the top of tlie bill, far less .if us. Then came their faces, then their breasts ; nnd we fired. The lirst rank went down like a swathe of gniss. But ollicr3 pressed forward, the ™l oiiel lending. We tired again, the eeil onel reeled and fell fonvnrd, shot through the leg. But almost Iintantly lie was up ngalu.the wounded leg hang ing horribly limp nnd tralllug upon tbe ground : lie leaned upon » rltle, using It as n crutch, and so forced him self forward In Jerks, calling hoirsclj to his men, beckoning tliniu angrily on with Ills arm, nnd thus HuijiIuk calmly to tlie very muzzle of om Mausers. It was splendid, and when be fell for the last time— well...

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Commercial. LOCAL RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 February 1906

Gommeeciali local riItAil rfiicJiaS; Butter' (factory) ls.?d tr) is U. Biltter, (dairy), to 11J. Glioese, 9d to ldd: Eggs ?4 to 9-J. - Ba£on,9(ltd 10J. Ham, 1(M to Is. Currants, 5 id to Gil. Raisins, 5d to 6d. Onions, (per. owt.), 5s. ^ Potatoes, Gs. Oats, 2s Cd. Fowl feed, 3s. Bran, Is. Pollard, Is Id. Flour, 16s to 17s. Chaff, £3.

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Tragedy in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 February 1906

Tragedy in Sydney. The murder of Mrs. Gregory at the Royal Hotel in Sydney, has at tracted great attention more par ticularly on account of the youth (15) of the boy murderer. Young Quin lan, who is charged with, and has confessed to, the murder, is a very ordinary looking, lad. Certainly there is nothing vicious iu his looks, and bis almost mild manner is quite deceptive. That lie bad planned a robbery, and a means of escape after wards, there is no doubt. ' The generally-accepted theory is that, after receiving his wages from the liotelkeepeVs daughter, be slipped a-tvay upstairs by the back staircase, instead (rf leotitig the premises as was siippbsbi, iitid that lib Secreted himself tinder one 0f the bed's ih Mrs. Gregory's robin b'fcfoiie 6u'e, retired to rest. Lyfng fru'feWy ,tt' biding,' Jie] must have removed bis boots and waited uutil he thought she was as leep, aud then proceeded to help him self to the jewellery which be bad watched Jier, placing on .the dressing table an...

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SYDNEY MARKET. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 February 1906

SYDNEY MARKET. SYDNEr, Tuesday. Wheat is quoted at St 2d. Oats, 2» Id to 9s 2d ; Chaff, £3 15s to £4 2s Gd. -

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The Nowranie Lands. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 February 1906

The Nowranie Lands. Applications will be heard this week at Uranu for the above land. Tbe effortB of the Closer Settlement League to have applications heard iu Corowa have been unsuccessful. Mr. R. T. Ball, M.L.A., took all possible steps to have the matter properly laid before tbe Minister. He writes the hon. secretary (Mr. F. A. Ourrie) to the following effect : — '? Had nil interview with tho Minister, Under-Secretary, and the Chief Inspector. The latter was very positive ou the point that it could not be legally arranged to deal with Victorian applicants ut Corowa. There was no provision for the Urana Land Board to sit outside ot their own- district, and it would be impossible for two boardB to deal with the same lot of applications. Mr. Ashtou was anxious to meet the wish of the League, hut had to ho very careful uot to do anything that may he the groundwork for legal proceedings Utter. Had instructed tho Chief Inspector to carefully so into the qucitiou. ITr. Ashtou, after iii...

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COROWA FORTNIGHTLY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 February 1906

COROWA FORTNIGHTLY MARKET. WAr/rxn L. Taylor, and Co., Corowa, report a fair attendance .it their yards on Thursday last 1st hist,, when they offered a good yarding of sheep, but competition lacked nnimalleu, They sold 357 Sllrop. shire cross wcaners, mitcd saxes, 9s 6d, and 202 merino wethers, 3 tooth 10s 9d ; and outside 1500 1st cross withers, 4-tOoth on aceount of Messrs. Fell and Hogad ; ttni TOO comeback sheep, 2-tdoth, mixed sexes, account Mr. A. lloflatt, Rothcrfieldi

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 February 1906

A meeting of the Committee of the Corowa Race Club was held at the Royal Hotel yesterday afternoon. It was decided to hold the annual races ou Wednesday, 11th April/ A pro gramme of six events was drawn up and adopted, the amount of prize money being £87' Particulars will appear in our business columns in due course. . The dVev'tUn Bicycle Club held its first rdad rate of 24 niiles On Satur day, fraji) Overtoh. td daklallds fliid bock. Eleven started, and. the win ner tnrriejJ.,ut- hi b: C. Stewart,. of Overtoil, (i3iuia: ^i&yi'j, A. MfeKiu iiori, (jtain. start) being second, and T-, Parker . (llmiu. , start) third. Ti-ne-,r-.liir/.' llifnin. Strange to say both' first prize and fastest time was won by the cycles called the ' Over toil.' Mr. W. A. Martin (agent for the Overtoil Cycle) gave the trophy for the fastest time. The Launcestou Cup was wou by Watchful, The Murk and Norden feldt filling theplaces. The tote paid a dividend of £4 18s on the winner. Machine Gun has been...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 February 1906

Speedwell Cycles. Chas. Rivers, Main-street, Rutherglen, (Next Hit or IBhs Store.) UIGH-ORADE CYCLES, Cash or Termi. * * Any mate of machine taken in part Repairs and accessories at Melbourne prices. ? General Smithy. WaSter~McLean Practical Horseshoer. (Successor to J. Crisfield) ALBURY KOAD, COROWA. Geueral Shoeing Work done at Moderate Prices. TYRE-CUTTING aud REPAIRS done to Agricultural and other Machinery. ALUMINIUM SHOES A SPEC IALTY, A Trial Respectfully Solicited. ? W. M'LEAM. TYPEWRITER FOR SALE. FOR S.U.K. T\TE\VRITKU, Smith Premier, No. A. New. (Vet klt- in Sydney Price, k--0. Apply— ' CHRONICLE' OFFICE, V' .. Sangar^trast. GREAT Discount Sale — OF— Drapery, Clothing, Boots & Shoes —FOB— 14 Days Only, Commencing Saturday, February JO Robert Bray, ™ ^Z CuBtoinsrs for their Liberal Support in ths Past, btgs to Announce his FIRST CASH DISCOUNT SALE, a Discount of 2s. in the £ will be (riven on all CaSH PURCH ASES amounting to Ss. or over This is a Golden Opportunity...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 February 1906

H* JL Norman ancl Co., TEA, COFFEE, AND COCOA MERCHANTS, Albury, HAVE much pleasure in informing the Public that the necessity no longer exists {or Bending to Melbourne or Sydney (or a REALLY dOOD TEA. All our Teas 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. ~vp in tins: i2iu«, i5ibB, soibt, 28ibs. m chebts: soibs, soibs, looibs. 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. AH Orders receive prompt attention. fl^* NOTE THE ADDRESS :— \ H. J. Norman and Co., ? j KIEWA-STREET, ALBURY. GEORGE W.FIQQINS, Bicycle Works, Sanger-street, Corowa. MACHINES built to order from £10 10s to £14 30s, with 12 months' guarantee, samples of which can be seen on the premises. All our Machines are carefully tested before delivery, and the finish and staying power is...

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Sir William Lyne and the Harvester Question. (To The Editor of the CHRONICLE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 February 1906

Sir William Lyne and the Harvester Question. (To the Editor ol the CHHONICLE.) SIR, — Sir William Lyne, comment ing on the evidence of Mr. Cowles before the Tariff Commission on the above matter, states that 'piece- work means sweating,' and then infers that it is necessary to prevent £25,000,000 of capital being used for Bweatingpurposesand the destruction of our manufacture!. Sweating may be found under the wages system as well as under the piece-work system, but his inference that protective duties prevents it is only silly, as the cheap labor we are always urged to protect ourselves against is mostly that found in protective countries. In America, the piece-work system, as it prevails, enables men to earn high wages ; of course some men earn low wages, but each is by that means paid according to his ability, and the general effect is to increase tha efficiency of labor, and consequent low cost of production. Sir Wni. Lyne champions the cause of Mr. M'Kiiy, of the Sunshine Harves...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 February 1906

Printed and Published by ALBERT JOHN ESAU, Sole Proprietor, at hi. 11-^l.i.. Printing Office, Sanger-Street, Ownre in the State of New South Walw.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 February 1906

WEALTH IN WHEAT. SETTLERS AND THE SOIL HOW TO GET OK THE BEST LAND. Everybody interested in the supreme Ques tion of settlement knom that the nvail.bla virgin irei for agricultural settlement is imdnnlly growing ItM. Keen competition lor suitable Crown lands has developed a scramble out of which the viftt majority emerge disappointed and diBcourased. Con current with the o.ue«t for farm land, b the appreciation of pastoral holdings, due to bore favourable seasons, high rates rulins for wool, and retaonsblc certainty of fates be ing maintained. While tht Crflwa vainly en deavor* to discover attractive areas to meet requirement!!, holders and owners of rich pas toral estates are reluctant to withdraw flocks for the introduction of the plough. Thus we have two factors operating agaulBt oppor tunities for the SOUns yeomanry in search of arable artns. Never in the history of eerlle* tnent in Kew Soa\h Wales has 'there been such demand and discouragement. The posi tion is accentuated by t...

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Sporting Notes. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 February 1906

Sporting Notes. Racing Fixtures. Goulbum — February 0 nnd 10. 8pringhurst— February 81. Beuall.i (Cup Meeting)'— April 4.

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