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

AERATED WATER AND CORDIAL FACTORY, Edward-Street, COROWfl. J. H. OSWALD, PMpM&ior. Only the Beat of Manufactures Used. HOUSEHOLD HINTS A. HINT TO tADT CTCIJSTd. A email flat piece tit xmd btilterscotcfc kept en tie root ot the mouth wbllBt Cycling in bet weather will prevent thirst: A. HINt ABOUT IRONINO. When you are ironing enjr d&rk ftati Hal do not put a 11am clom ufikracE'.tai as the lint Will come oil on tb the SMI; 4\h& ybu will have gr~.a.t difficulty la brushing It «Q* again. .. tO CLEAN OOLD CHAIN'S. To clean gold chains, put the chain In'.b1 a small glass botUe with worm waicr or eau de C*!otraes and a little csmptiortt.td -chalk. Scrape in tome soap, In.n ibrk the bottle; and shake tor a minute or two rtolehtljr. TO OLEAN BAMBOO. Bamboo furniture* If , best cleaned wllb a small bt-usn dlppedTln worm water aud salt, for tne salt prevents its turning fblour. Ttie same treatment may re g von \o Indian oau JapaDe^e matting u.ei -er fltor ooTerlngs. WH...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Corowa Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 February 1906

Corowa Progress Com mittee. A meeting of the above was held ou Friday afternoon last, when there were present Messrs. F. C. Piggin (chair), King, Brewer, Archdeacon Hose, dime and Gardner. There was considerable outward correspondence to the KoatJ Engineer and the Department as well as to district residents, with reference to the removal of gate to the Govern ment Tank on Stock Reserve No. 3G081 to a more convenient position. The Public Works Department had ultimately advised, through Mr. Ball, that the Minister had approved of this being done. Mr. Ball added a memo, to this letter, stating that be had to get the Minister to deal with the above matter on his. representa tions, as for some reason he could not understand the officers 'were opposed to the alteration. The Postmaster-Genoral wrote re the transit of mails between Spring hurst and Corowa, and stating that nothing bad since transpired since KivR. F. Gardner was advised on the 22nd September last, that the expenditure was no...

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

llhca Ifurslars Call. It is well to know how to let on I'L.i'i-gciicIvs, and some udvlce given by .t Transatlantic couteuiporary us to !iow to m'occcd when burglars call may be useful. When your wife wakes up witli that intensely nervous - movement that Indicates a Drooding uorror, do not lose your presence of mind, keep from shaking If possible, aud while secretly your Heart may be in yonr thront, do not betray yourself. Above all, do not wake up tco 6oou. Begin iiy groaning slightly, and roll over. At ttie second pull on her part It will lie entirely proiwr for you to start slightly, rub your eyes, mid mutter any unintelligible sentence. Then, as you gradually walic ui- nnd she becomes more persistent, you may allow your *elf to say, ' Oh. nonsense !' I'p lo this moment the formula for a lius banil waked up by his wift who bears a noise should be always tlie same. Now, however, is Hie time to net. Dasli quickly from the bed, and either rracii for your revolver, or if tbnt Isn't ha...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wisdom for a Cowboy Nation. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 February 1906

Wisdom for n Cowboy Nation. From a IVyomitiff cowboy to 'c rirglulit geutleuuui, by gad, sir,' Is some distance Kcograyhlcully, but uo distance at all Id sentiment, according to President Roosevelt. The I'rosident congratulates Llmself that wherever he goes In tills country he tiuds himself: 'at home among his own people.' Improving on the Kulser vrifli Jiis ' maUed list,' he can preach everywhere to sympaflietlc audleuccs die doctrine of the Ready Revolver. ' I want the United Slates to conduct itself la foreign affairs,' he tells tlit students of the University of Virginia, ' as you of Virginia believe a private gentleman should conduct himself among his fellows.' .Vnd then he re peats again his favourite cow'ooy pro verb, ' Don't draw unless you nio.iu to shoot.' All this is to enforce the plea Mint when Uncle Sam enters tlie drawing room of nations he should do so wltr tlie tails of his evening coat Jiilsins with tlie handles of the revolvers In his bip-pockets. The President wo...

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CABLES. (REUTERS.) London, Tuesday morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 February 1906

CABLES. (Reoters.) London. Tuesday moraine. The GalveBton incident has been ?ettler, the ship's steward paying the duties. Ad open agitation against foreign ers is rampant in Central Southern China. The young progressive Chinese are impatient at the slow developments iu reforms. The ' Temps ' learns that an eUiel'gvaph station manned by Ger mans, hue been established at Cor tiliha.: Miss Alice itOdBoreiti daiigliter of tlie , AmbribUii President; received ibbp weddiiig gifts pn the.dccasibb Bt . liev niiihifcge. Tljb gifts vreve VAlnea at a milliSii afallars, find, c6u fl^te'd of. jewels. American \tines, fWitsarid yegetaWeH Tlie finnsjeat & Bussiiniwav^ of re-actioi». Emissaries have been sent to Finland to try and provoke disorders, enabling the Cossacks along the border to interfere. Two Carnarvon seamen have been sentenced to two years hard labor for throwing lights overboard. A band of revolutionaries fired on Almshouses at Eennes. Twelve bodies have been recovered, and...

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

Local and General. The ConowA Em:ctobat£.— Mr. B. T. Ball, M.L. A., advises us that he intends visiting Corowa on Saturday next to attend to local matters. He will arrive from Cul caim on Saturday morning, returning tho same evening. Mr. Boll is anxious to in spect the trial shaft of the water supply. LAND NOTICES .—Four town lots of 2 roods each, upset price £G per lot, situated in the village of Oaltlands, will be offered for sale at the Lands Office, Urana, ou the 16th March, 1906, at 12 o'clock, noon. Pastures Protection board .—The usual monthly meeting of the above body will be held on Wednesday next, instead of Tuesday, the latter day being Municipal election day* RBGbatATIC PAIKS HBMBVED,— The quick relief from rheumatic pains afforded by Chamberlain's Pain Balm lias surprised and delighted thousands' of sufferers. It nukes rest and sleep possible, and a great many ban been permanently cured of rheu matism by the use of this liniment. For sale by T: Parkili and Co.* Ybr) Fee...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. [BY WIRE-REUTER.] Melbourne, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 February 1906

LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. [By Wire— Keuteb.] Melbourne, Tuesday night. The wheat market is still dull, re flecting the condition of the London market. Shippers are offering 3s Id. Business locally 3s lid, freights tinner, 24s 6d demanded for large vessels. Bran firmer, lliil. Pollard in demand, seed Is lisa to as. Same price for oats ; Algerian in de mand, medium to good Is lOd to Is lid ; fair to good feed Is lOd to Is 10£d, medium Is 9|d. Chaff mar ket weak. Prime 55s to 57s Cd, good 50s to 52s 6d, medium 40s to 47s Gd, inferior 35s

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 February 1906

LATEST TELEGRAMS, SIDNEY, Tuesday aigbt. ?Mr. Watson, M.H.fi., was inter viewed to-day regal-ding a progres sive land lax. He said it was not intended to ihipose this Federal tax On landed properties of 5,000 acres arid uhder. it was proposed to bt gin ivitu a into! id, and work up by graduation. No minimum bod been fixed. He declared that his party was opposed to public money being spent on immigration, unless we had land to offer the new-comers. At the Criminal Sessions to-day, Charles M'KinUiy, late, bank teller at the London Bank of Australia, for embezzling the funds of the Bank, was sentenced to 2 years' imprison ment. The prisoner attributed his downfall to horse-racing. ?The Scanlou trial is now pro ceeding at Bendigo. The jury ad journed to visit the scene of the alleged murder. Owing to illness of the medical superintendent and senior surgeon from typhoid, Miss De Garis is now in charge of the Melbourne Hospital. MEU30UBNE, Tuesday night. An elderly man named J. Mealon, bl...

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

Our Melbourne correspondent wired last night, that Machine Gun did tlie best sprint of the morning at Cuulfield, covering 3 furlongs in 37eeos. AtFlemington, Northwood did the best 6 furlong gallop, nogotiat ing the distance in luiiu 17isocs.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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COROWA PRODUCE MART. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 February 1906

COROWA PRODUCE MAR*. John D. Fraebe reports holding jiis ordinary weekly sale of farm atid dairy produce, poultry, furniture, horses; surf dries, etc. The attendance of biiyefs was good, and the whole of the offerings cleared at satisfactory prices all round. He sold turkey gobblers 8s hens 4s 6d, young turkeys 4s, ducks 3s 6d per pair, fowls 23 6d per pair, roosters 2s od per pair, pullets Is ad each, young chickens 6d to [od each, sucking pigs 5s 6d each, young geese as 4d each. Furniture, etc., at high prices. Next sale, Saturday, loth February. Chas. L. Griffith and Co., report having held their usual fortnightly Albury Market on Tuesday last, when they yarded 9320 fat and store sheep, 105 fat cattle, 17 store cattle, and 23 pigs. The weather was extremely hot, aud owing to the prevalence of bush fires iu aud around the district, tkf attendance of buyers was rather smaller than usual. However, prices held well at about equal to recent rates. Fat Sheep. — They sold best prime mer...

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St. Patrick's Day's Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 February 1906

St. Patrick's Day's Sports. A meeting of the Committee was held ou Friday night, when there were present : Messrs R. O'Leavy, (chair), McMabon, Jensen, Clayton, Catnplin, J. P. Galbraith (Sec), and P. Jensen (Assistant Sec.) A considerable amount of business iu connection with the forthcoming meeting was transacted. Messrs Postal and Lamb were ap pointed gatekeepers ; P. McMahon,. track-inasfcer ; E. O'Leary, J.Chivell,' and J. Began, judges of athletic events ; A. Roe, lap-scorer ; Father Hickey, Bosenbloom and Leslie, judges of the procession ; C. Clayton, starter. It was decided that the procession should start from the Park at 11 o'clock, the following prizes to be given in the procession :— Best got up turnout 80s ; best comic turnout 10s ; best advertisement turnout 10s; best individual 10s. The following programme was drawn up : — Sheffield Handicap, 130 yards, of £20 ; Hurdle Race, 120 yards, of £4 ; Handicap of 220 yards, £4 ; Half-mile Handicap, of £4 ; Buck Jumping Contes...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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A LONE OUTPOST. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 February 1906

A LONE OUTPOST. Advocates of closer settlement very rightly dwell upon the necessity of increased population to enable the white race to. retain Australia. Little reflection brings a realization of the dtpgerpus position of what has been ' described 'as the ' lone outpost of. civilization.' Sur rounded as Australia is by countless hordes of alien races, it is impossible to believe that the day will not come when, from a slumbering menace, these hordes will spring into an active formidable enemy. Yet in creased population will be of little value if more strenuous efforts are not given to an effective defence system. To hold this great southern laud secure we depend — apart from the might of England which, when the danger comes, will probably be engaged in her own defence — upon a. force so infinitesimally small when compared with the strength of other nations as to arouse the mocking laughter of the gods. Our total trained forces number some 20,000, added to which are 29,000 rifle re...

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P. A. and H. Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 February 1906

P. A. and H. Notes. The 'Temora Independent' says : — Farmers this year do not feel dis posed to store their wheat in antici pation of a further rise in the price of wheat. Speaking to a well-known farmer lie stated to us that loss by mice, combined with necessary ex penses in storage, etc., counter balanced any possible rise in price that may follow by holding back their wheat for any length of time. A conference of tbe excise inspec tors of Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia, convened by the Minister of Customs, will be held at Albury ou 7th inst., to consider the question of rearranging the inspec torial work in the Murray Valley and other problems concerning the rela tion of the wine industry to the Cus toms department. This conference is the outcome of numerous meetings of vignerons and others iu the Murray Valley, protesting against the con tinuance of tbe excise duty of Is. per gallon on the spirit used for fortifying Australian made wine. The conten tion is that t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 February 1906

Thanks. j DESIRE to sincerely thank the many ? friends and neighbours who directly and indirectly assisted to save my property on Wednesday last when in danger of being destroyed by bush fin, more particularly as I was abunt at tha time, and it was only their efforts that tared me from great lose. JAMES WHITE. Coreen, 5/2/'O6.

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

Hudson's Hedical Hall. WITH SUMMfifc COME EYE COMPLAINTS. For Thirty-Three Years THREE FAMOUS REMEDIES have thriven in Riverina. Golden Eye Drops ... ? ??? 2s Golden Eye Ointment ? 2s Golden Fly Lotion ? Is POSTED EVEBYWHEBE. THEY FIX: Bad Eyes, Bore Byes, Inflamed Eyes, Weak Eyes, Fly-Bitten Eyes. Q I LLI E-S, CHEMIST,COROWA. Exceptional Opportunity FOB CHEAP Drapery AT LEVY * CO'S. SflLE. NOW ®N. NQW ©N. ? The Wool Market, as you all know, is up, and Cotton is high. LEVY & CO'S. DBAPEBY purchased at old low prices and sold cheaper than it ought to be, with the primary markets rising. Now is the time Every Line Reduced. THIS OPPORTUNITY SHOULD NOT BE MISSED. Drapery will not be sold so cheaply for a long time. COME TO &0«y A %e's. dale. For Christmas Presents and New Year Gifts IS- 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. ReSBNBLOOM, WflTCMnflKER HNb ...

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

Suffered Three Months. ' My little girl suffered for three months from Whooping Cough,' says A. Kilborn, Carlton, Vic., ' and during that time I had the best medical advice for her, hut she ob tained no benefit. One day I was looking over . a little . newspaper issued by the Chamberlain Medicine Co., and, seeing what they claimed Chamberlain' b Cough Remedy would do, decided to give it a trial. I am glad I did, for a perfect cure resulted, and I cannot speak too highly of Chamber iain's Cough Bemedy.' For sale by T. Parkin and Co.* One Bottle Cured Him. ' Ltst summer,' says Arthur Bolton, of Bolton Bros;, Bendifjo, Vic, ' I had a sevore attack of Summer complaint or bowel trouble. For a (line I paid no atten tion, simply let things ruu along, hut find ing it was becoming a very serious matter I oonoluded to try Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhma Remedy, which I had soon 80 highly recommended in the pipers. Our local ohemist sent me a small rattle, and before it was all used I...

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

^dg^^aT yHE ffUTHERGLEN pURNISHING ^jy^REHOUSE. J|||3|j^SL The largest Stock in the North-East, jflBPP^O&v. A few Special Lines for the Season— A J^ijnfflfiffi*&LJy!^r ill £&t52 \A/IEE DOOES, Wihe (adjustable) Window Frames, Deck Chaiks (ant-proof), Wickee Furnituke, Verandah Blinds, all )££=£Nfi!£^SSSSm5SSBmSmSaL * *^ s'KeB (°n'y tlie Best kept in stoc^)- LOUNGES, LINOLEUMS to please everybody — over 50 pieces to select from, DRAWING ?MlTmISkjU ? 'uhlR^lll RooM. Dining Boom, and Bedroom Suites, Bedsteads ana Bedding, Prams and Go-Cahts, Fenders and Iroks, Carpet WiflMJi^Mmii^r llliP^llll Our long elPerience in the FUBNITUEE BUSINESS is a guarantee that you will get reliable goods at the Lowest PRICES. Ill ifglaPr^ y' Mil lill ? Inspect the large and varied Stock— New Designs every week. ? -JiW^^J^ IP ? Mil ALL GOODS CAREFULLY PACKED AND DELIVERED FREE. 1«r Pi ''''srYOUNKMAN and Co., . ^LJKaBL - 'f t'^ Rutherglen Furnishing Warehouse, RUTHERGLEN. J. CRISFIELD...

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

™ WWfiBEmr HIKjD W rORTBAITS AT THE STAB STUDIOS. That's the kind we're now producing. We »im lo get different and butter effect.. WetokaaU tho care and bare (01 the «kiU that's necessary ^orjbe .j.r^luotionof PJEBFECT PORTRAITS. AU th. Beauty of a Lady's features and dross is brought out with a delightfuloletaieu and softness in our LOVXLV ABISTOTfPE PORTRAIT*. Best or all OUT _SKINl^R!SJMmJREiiALLERY,^liiiim^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 February 1906

W. WIESNERANDCO. HE NT V. — DIEECT IMPOETEES OF— Drapery, Boots and Shoes, Groceries, Ironmongery. &c. THE CHEAPEST AND BEST HOUSE IN THE DISTRICT. CALL, andilNSPEGT OURb/VRGE and VARIED STOCK. A VISIT WILL REPAY YOU. OUR PRICES ARE 'LOW,' AND QUALITY ' THE BEST.' ? W Patterns and Quotations Submitted- '' THE Farmers' Exchange. W. SCHNELLE, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, HENTY. Groceries, Butter, Drapery, Bacon, Boots and Shoes, Cheese, Ironmongery, Chaff, Tinware, ' Brani Crockery ware, Oats, \ Pancy Goods. ? . ? j ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE BOUCHT FOR CASH. m-. GOODS OF PRIMEST QUALITY ONLY KEPT- -«f bEDEBS BY LETJEE OB OTaBBWI8E PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO ?AGENT FOB — Queensland Fire Insurance Company. [KSTABLISHKD 18PG.] XJ. 9. Mabereeht, BLACKSMITH, WHEELWRIGHT, jLI T7 K TCT' \/ akd coachbuildeh, /# /I / y J J HORSE SHOEING~I^ , A SPECIALTY. ^ HAVING a 8TE&M PLANT and t-^^^^^^SS^^^L ,„ FIRST-CLASS WORKMEN, I ^T^-^^^V^1^S\ am prepared to undertake the construe- ,»— ~ ^Bfe*.. -^. V \fi...

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Church News. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 February 1906

Church News. There was a good attendance at the Presbyterian service held on Sun day afternoon, the Bev. A. McClinche officiating. His text was taken from (Timothy I, verses 2 and 5. ' For there is one God, and oue mediator between God and men, the man Je6us Christ,') on which lie pleached a very profitable sermon, and this, interspersed with hright singing, ended a very beneficial service. The Methodist service will be held on Sunday, February 11, at 7.30 p.m. Preacher— Mr. F. Malcolm, Home Missioner. On Monday evening the Christian Endeavour meeting was held, being the semi-jubilee of the Christian Endeavourers. There was a very fair attendance. The Vice.Piesident, Mr. W. Smith, who occupied the chair, gave some interesting remarks on the topic, which was New Work (reading Luke XII, 48th verse, ' For unto whomsoever much is given of him shall be much required, and lo whom men have committed much of Him, they shall ask the more,') i pointing out the necessity of making profitable u...

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