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Home Cookery. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 October 1905
Home Cookery. Dutch Toast ? Take tbe liver from two fowls, boil till tender, and then chop very finely. Add to this sufficient butter to moisten it, the yolk of one egg mixed with a gill of cream, seasoned with a teaspoonf ul of aiichovj sauoe and a piuch of cayenne ttAnivr. Stir all Ihurtmtrnlv toflrether. and then simmer over the fire, till the mixture thickens. Have ready somo rounds ot fried bread, or good abort pastry, spread with the mixture, sprinkle chopped white and yolk of egg over,' and serve. Pressed braised beef is always popular u a joint or for sandwiches. Take a good piece of the rump of beef, weighing about 6 lbs. Bone this carefully, tie neatly round with a tape, and skewer into a good shape. Plane a layer of slices of streaky bacon in a stew pan with a carrot, an onion, a stick of oelery, and a turnip, all sliced thinly. Add a bouquet garni of herbs and just sufficient stock to cover the bottom of the pan. Stew the meat very slowly till cooked, then place it on a ...
Commercial's Joke. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 October 1905
Commercial1** Sobo. «Why-aan'*yoaealUneat«rf'' Maw awammermM traveller in a hotel, ai.t«fMe4 thr'Mjooto' nnjtrilj. ?rxdia:' eaUriy-irtfinq-fVltnis. eSfettdSa-not.^ ???tea yon J.-aia, ?*.'* *i»«n-didnot, «ndS*raan4EP ?-erore.lt then.' sseisjnBDtXitssver ssVwt'fa tiesBttSso ajtess, 44 anv soak unearthly hour;; and itofrsal l^dMawdiricJb&oam^luPN^wioUijrM Then4e-w«nt into t*-i'i ? *~iTMsi1l
Police Court. Monday, October 16TH. (Before Mr. M. Longfield, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 October 1905
Police Court Monday, October J.6th. (Before Mr. M. Longfield, J.P.) Frederick John Mitchell was fined £1 or seven days for indecent language. '?'?'?' ?????' Jame6 King, charged with' larceny,' pleaded guilty'to having stolen a swag containing goods valued at £4. .Constable Bath proved the offence, Fined £10, or two month's hard labor in Albury gaol. Fourteen days were allowed for payment, on surety being given. No woman can be plain who has beauti ful teeth made by E. N. BULL, next P.O., Corowa.* ? .
LATEST TELEGRAMS. (REUTERS.) CASE AGAINST CRICK. MISSING VOUCHEES. SIDNEY, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 October 1905
LATEST TELEGRAMS. (Beutees.) ?CASE, AGAINST OSICK; - MISSING VOUCHEBS. STDNEY, Tuesday Afternoon. The case against W. P. Crick, M.L.A., opened to-day at |he Water Police Court. ,'? .' '': i It had been arranged that docu mentary evidence would be first taken, but Crick stated that this could not be done, as all his bank papers, deposit slips, &o. had been burglarised by some people, and he could not get hold of them. ' Some formal evidence was then taken. Crick suggested that an officer of the Lands Department should he present, in order that the proper routine of a Land Exchange might be put before the Court. ? The case is proceeding.
Corowa Fortnightly Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 October 1905
^oriifta fortnightly Marked ^AiTEE-L.-TATLOR &:&-., Ooiowa, report 'holding their nsmal Jottoightiy Bale in their Ooirowa yards on Thursday laet, 12th inst., when they offered 1100 sheep, and a number of draught horses to a large attenSanoe ol 'buyers. Shorn sheep sold well, Tjnt woolly cfieep were not In demand. They sold 250 fehom merino wethert, 2-tooth 10/10; 91 shorn merino wethers 2-tooth, 1Q/1 : draught .geldings £38 to £31.
THE GRAY HAIR. [COMPLETE STORY.] [COPYRIGHT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 October 1905
THE GRAY HAIR, (MURXJm BT0ST.] XT CUTCUFFE HYNE. [«Maaa-.] ©H, (he man's a common liar,' Hid ??I don't think it,' eeld tie club secretary, judicially. 'He may have exas; geratei to the details ; h. probably hu done; any man with atoagne in Ma head would do with saoh an oppor tunity ; but Va in clined to bdiereheM Kot ordinary truth for a foundation. And mark yon, I've known Felton oB and on fora Wurtimo. I was only s year senior to nim a* uamnnage. » My dear boy,' said York, 'Tve known him intimately ever since he was Johnny Felton in knnkerbockers and team at a dame sehool. There was nothing heroic about him then, and I've never noticed a change grow in that respect during; all the years that have edged in amce. He wu no good at games or anything; wben he wu a kid i he's been noth ing bat a petticoat pendant ever ainos he came down from the ?varsity. No, Johnny's always been the most nervous, effeminate little cmture imaginable. But,' York added, thoughtfully. 'I must confess that ...
The Sketcher. Fun from Max Adeler. The Exer[?]lating Story of Colonel Baggs. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 October 1905
? The Sketchur. Fun from Max Adeleiv-«- fki sUmotatlBg Story of Oolonsl B»aii. Pro!)4b!y (he funniest thing which Vu ttoler «rer wrot« (s the story ot Colonel luija, ul the obltutrv verst*. In ' Out cH lit Hurtr-Burlr.' Colooel JBanf*. Of the ' Argus.' h«i ob ?erred the dkpoeltlon ot bereaved families So (It* expression to their feeling In vent, ana It ocaurred to him that eneoltl prOTi lloii might be made for this, vita the effect -f sot onlv gratlfrlng the bereaved, hut at tbe etme Urn* bringing profit ?»? the ' Angua' by making it the popular vehicle (or conveying notices ot deattw to the pub lic. Moreover, he bad a country contribu tor who had frequently sent htm for publi cation poems of a distressing character ; and fa* thought he might, by bringing this man to town and adding hfan to the staff ot the ' Angus,' profltabljr employ Ma peculiar ud melancholy gift. This accordingly wu lose. 1Vfeea Mr. Slimmer arrived— Slimmer «*e the doleful poet'* name— Colonel Basts ex plained h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 October 1905
|K N. E L I fl S. M: !A . braptry, Clothing, Boots and Shoes. JR ^k Sanger-Stre^t, Corowa. VeSJE^J^^ NEW SEASON'S GOODS Just Opened in ^??fcjaRk Milliner}-, Dresses and Blouse Pieces. ^^^?HBfej^a A large Stock to Choose From. Prices are the Lowest. ^^^?^?^ Even- Attention to Customers Wants, whether by Calling COLUMBIA BRAND. or Writing. Use 'lliMfMl'W-' Our Health j^BflMfl Ml «§«», you how it is a BBu^^^^^^Rin'^^^ii^^'VwuK^B Vioor Natural ^^^^ttMi^l^Mff^iuilSl^mKm and ? f ^^irT™TllllliwlfiiiPPWy ? ? UfE KNOW that M wu remains a Weakling bectuse h» want to. We an (lire you mat to ' overcome any symptom ot early decay that hit shown Hsell on you, and m keen that It you have ? reasonable lonndation to build upon we can make you a Strong, Hetltky, and Vigorous Being. We mnt to tend you the names of many who, when they came to us, wen Partial Wrecks, end who are now among the Fiasst Sfrimmt ef Partial MiiUNKd. We tin cured thousands ol men aid women who wen issMhj tree) ? Weak wd WaUedC...
The Septic Tank System. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 October 1905
The Septic Tank System. Mr. R. Horsfield, Borough En gineer at Albury recently delivered an address upon the above subject. As it is only a matter of time when the Corowa, people will have to con sider the installation of a more modern sanitary system, the following possesses local interest. Mr. Horsfield mentioned that he had actually constructed a good part of the details of the system, and those portions he had not bad actual experience of he hod inspected and examined. The concentration of the people in settled areas was one of the most marked features of the present age, and had created a great problem in regard to the effective disposal of drainage and garbage. In the middle ages it was a common practice for people to throw waste and refuse iufco the streets. This practice led to disastrous consequences, and gener ated appalling sanitary conditions. The importance of the question was recognised, and with the spread of education and scientific research various means yrere used ...
Cigars for Ladies. MELBOURNE'S LATEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 October 1905
Cigars for Ladies. MELBOURNE'S LATEST. It is .stated on reliable authority that smoking is a growing practice (or vice) among ladies of society in Melbourne, and^hat at a prominent Cluh devoted, fo' the sex, cigars as well as cigarettes 'are commonly in dulged in. A St. Kilda lady relates an incident, ' I went into a tobacconist's shop near a hoter largely patronised by well-to-do people, wishing to purch ase some cigars for my husband. ' What kind of cigars do you pre fer?' the shopman asked. ' They are not for myself,' I re plied, I want them for my husband. 'Don't you smoke at all?' he asked in some surprise, and when I replied I did not, he told me that smoking was largely on the increase among members of my sex. The bulk of his business, he 6aid, was derived from the hotel near by, and a large proportion were ladies.'
Paspalum Dilatatum. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 October 1905
Paspalum Dilatatum. In the ' Agricultural -5azette ' last year an interesting article was pub lished in regard to the value of paspalum dilatatum as a drought resisting and fodder-producing glass. At the present time the plant is engaging considerable attention in pastoral and agricultural circles. It is generally conceded that this grass is 'an. invaluable addition to the Commonwealth. Since its introduc tion to Australia magnificent results have i been attained in many places. On ;the northern rivers, for instance, it'lbos practically led to the reclama tion of large areas of country. To successf ully cultivate the grasscaution and intelligence are needed. The principal danger — and the cause of failure in cases where failure' has occurred in cultivation — arises from the sowing of unripo or unsuitable seed. One of the characteristics of the seed ib that it does not all come to maturity at the same time. Care ful growers take this into consideration .when harvesting the seed, and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 October 1905
J. HUTTON, Hairdresser & Tobacconist, Sanger-Street, COROWA. A Full Range of High-grade Pipes in varied shapes. All Brands of Tobaococs, in Tins and Plugs. Cigars of Best Quality in great variety. Cigarettes of almost every make. Sundry Lines, such as Tobacco Pouches, ic, in Stock. First-class Halrdressing Saloon. ? dents Toilet Club. ? BORDER ° BAKERY, Sanger-street, ? COROWA. c. hTgale, BAKER & CONFECTIONER. BREAD DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS. Customers waited on Daily. BALLS, PICNICS, WEDDINGS AND TEA PARTIES CATERED FOR. &L2^Bj CLARK, JBBK* FAMitv ? ^EHSSS* BUTCHER, Corowa & Wahgunyah, DESIRES to thank Customers for favors ilreadv received, and hopes by Strict Atten tion to Business, combined with Civility ind Cleanliness, to merit a continuance of their support. Only Primest Quality of Meat Kept. Heat will be kept in Cooling Chambers during Summer Months. GEO, GROSE, Saddle and harness HaKer, ALBURY ROAD, COROWA, FIRST PRIZE TAKER Grand National Show, ...
Attraction. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 October 1905
Attraction. ATTRACTION, bred by Mr. Win. Hogan, of Kyneton, is a handsome bright bay colt, foaled November, 1901, stands 16J hands high on good feet, with lots of nice quality bone and hair, and fine action. His SIKE, Lord Clyde ; grandsire, Clydes dale Hero (imported from New Zealand), was one of the most successful prize-takers and prize stock getters that ever stood in Australia. G grandsire Clydesdale Hero ; g g grandsire Crawford's Lord Clydo (imp.), who before leaving Scotland gained seven first prizes at local shows, second prize at the H. S. Show, in 1867, and first prize at the H. S. Show, Aberdeen, in 1868. At traction's DAM Rose, by Baraton (2,590, Imp.) ; granddam by Heather Jock ; g granddam by Lothian Tam (imp.). At traction comes on both sides from the best blood ever imported to Australia, and he oannot fail to develop into a valuable sire. He is winner of first prize as a yearling at Glenlyon, Franklin, and Daylesford show in March, 1903. As a two-year-old he gained...