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THE ENDS OF JUSTICE. Published by arrangement with Ward, Look and Co., London and Melb. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER X. Montyn Has a Visitor. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 February 1906
THE END8 OF JUSTICE. BY PEED. M. WHITE. Published by arrangement with Ward, Look and Co., London and Melb. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER X. Mostyn Has a Visitor. Mr. Samuel Gem touched his liat respectfully to the passing figure of George Cuthcart, and grinned under cover ol trie darkness. (Jem's pnll ? osophy was o£ tho comfortable order just now. Fate had been very kind to him. Ukc some otner people who do wrong things, the resulting bene fits were material. He was much nearer now to the realisation of his fondest dreams. The country cottage and Miss Lottie fair were getting closer. 'It's a fuuny world,' Gem said pro foundly. 'A uay or two ago that was my prisoner. To-day he's o centle man at large and the victim of a .scandalous conspiracy. All the same, I don't want to see him again. Re minds me too strongly of an incident in my professional career as is best forgotten, funny thing, as my old friend Scth Powell should have been mixed up with ? Hullo!' Miss Fair emerged smilingl...
Cricket. HENTY V. COOKARDINIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 February 1906
Cricket. Henty v. Cookaddikia. The competition match between Henty and Cookardinia took place on the .local ground on Saturday last. Heuty batted first, aud put up the fine score of 227 for 8 wickets, when the local captain decided to close the innings. B. Robilliard and S. Macliin batted well, -milking 74 and (30. The Cookardinia team lotted up 144 for 5 wickets. L. M'Phillamy aud I3un yan being top scorers with 31 and 32 respectively. Following are the scores : — HENTY. Hogau, h Mahcr ? 8 Waller, c aud b Maher ... 0 F. Lookwood.Tj M'PhUlnmy... 7 Burnett, run out ... * ... 1G Bobilliai-a, li MThillamy ... 74 S. Machiu, b M'Cascall ' ... GO W. Lookvvooa, b Post. ? C H. Ijockwood, not out ... 20 Tuito.v, uot out ? 7 Porters, c Post, b Parucll ... G Byas ? 23 Total ? 227 (Innings declared closed.) '? COOKADDINU. F. Paruell, b Porters ? 10 Maher, b Hogau ? 21 h. M'Phillamy, b Hogan ... 81 R. M'Philhuny, not out ... 22 Buuyau, b. Loekwood ? 82 Murphy, b Hognn ? I J. Parucll, not out ? 1...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 February 1906
LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydket, Friday night. At the inquest on tbe murder of Mrs. Gregory, at the Boyal Hotel, the police said they were of the opinion that it was a case of Buicido, and reported to that effect. -. The Federal Premier, .Mr.-. Deakip, will onon the Federal campaign early next month, by an address at Bal larat, to be followed by speeches . at Adelaide and other centre's. 'His plan of action will be entirely inde pendent of the Labor Party, or of any plans iu its platform. MELBOUKNE, Friday night. . The Victorian Conversion Loan is a great success, - 339 tenders for £2,087,390, of which £2,073,600 was above the various miiiimums. Ten years Treasury bonds were most favored^ ' ' Debentures ; were well patronised' but stock was only sub scribed to a small extent. The Bush Fire Belief Fund now amounts to £3000.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 February 1906
&YKE fiUTHERGLEN pURNlSHlNG ^flREHOUSE. The largest Stock in the North-East. A few Special Lines for the Season— TT7IRE DOORS, Wibe (adjustable) Window Frames, Deck Chairs (ant-prool), Wicker Furniture, 'Verandah Blikds, all VV sizes (only the Best kept in stock), Lounges, Linoleums to please everybody — over 50 pieces to select from, Drawing Room, Dining Room, and Bedroom Suites, Bedsteads and Bedding, Prams aud Go-Cabts, Fenders and Irons, Carpet Our long experience in the FURNITURE BUSINESS is a guarantee that yon will get reliable goods at the LOWEST PRICES. ? Inspect the large Mid varied Stock — New Designs every week. ? ALL GOODS CAREFULLY PACKED AMD DELIVERED FREE. w*teMX''YOUNKMAN and Co., i Rutherglen Furnishing Warehouse, RUTHERGLEN. J. CRISFIELD, M.V.S.V., REGISTERED VETERINARY SURGEON OP VICTORIA, MAT : BE Consulted on ail Ailments akd; Diseases of Horses and Cattle, IXCLUDKG Horse Dentistry. ADDRESS :— RIVER ST., COROWA. THK FASHIONABLE Hairdressing and Shaving ...
CROSS-BREEDING AYRSHIRES AND JERSEYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 February 1906
CROSS-BREEDING AYRSHIfiES AND JERSEYS. A contributor to 'Hoard's Dairy man' (and breeder for 20 years) writes as follows:— In 1S77 a farm of 200 acres .came into my hands. It was adapted to dairy purpose, and I at once began tryine to improve mv herd. Full blood cattle were then too expensive for me to reach, and I began getting the best native cows I could secure. I secured a cross-bred Jersey-Ayrshire bull, whose Ayrshire dam came from Cornell University farm and Jersey sire from near home. The result is very gratifying. The heifers at two years, almost without exception, were equal to the full developed mothers in production of milk and butter. About that time I picked up a bulletin from the Massachusetts Experiment Station reporting the result of an ex periment of two dairymen of. that State in crossing Ayrshire sires on Jersey dams. The result in each case was a herd producing about 4001b. but ter per cow annually, the largest pro duction of any herds in the State. Whenever I h...
DAIRYING. HOMESICK' COWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 February 1906
DAIRYING. HOME8ICK' COWS. When a cow 1b moved from her old home to a new one, she is as liomtslck as a human being would be under like circumstances. Any man of observation knows this; every woman of sentiment feels It. But very little, if anything, is done by her new masculine owner to alleviate her state or unnappiness. Hue Is put into a strange barn, or into a new field or yard, and left there to accustom her self as best she can to the new sur roundings. Horses become attached through their affection to people. Cows become more seriously attach ed to places than to people. If, then, the old home must be given up, every thing possible should be done to make the cow feel at home in the new place. If, at the old home, she has not been well cared for, well fed, and well housed, and at the new home she is given the best of care in all ways, she will not long mourn for the1 old, but will take kindly to the new. If she is petted, talked to, gently stroked, and so handled all round that...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 February 1906
WALDEB AND Co. report their usual fortnightly 6alc on Tuesday. There was a fair attendance and a good yarding of both sheep aud cattle. Fat sheep, of which there was a, short supply, and fat cattle, met with good competition at above hits rates; for other descriptions the demand was inactive at somewhat lower rales ; store lots were dull of sale, at a reduction on late rates. ' , ? ? . ? : Fat Sheep— We sold best crossbred wethers up tolGs 2d, merino wethers 12s 2dtoUs9d. Fat Lambs— Few yarded which sold from 6s to 10s 3d, Store Sheep— Although the demand was not active we made an entire clearance of all yarded, 4-tootb merino wethers to lie, valuers to 6s Cd, crossbred ewes to 12s 3d. Fat 'Cattle— Best Bullocks to £7 12s Cd. We sold iatJieifcrs to £5 1 Its, vealers to £2 13s. ?- Storatlattle— A good number forward* Owners hkd to accept a reduction ou late lates to do business, . ,' - Privately sincb Just report we have sold : — V0 fat Shropshire limbs'; 110 crossbred ewes; 728 itjt...
LOCAL LAND SALES. AN INCREASING DEMAND. IMPORTANT TRANSACTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 February 1906
LOCAL LAND SALES. AN INCREASING DEMANI). . IMPORTANT TRANSACTIONS. Messrs. A; A. Figgin akd Co. have just completed the following land sales : —On Ringwood.'lots 16 and 17 of 438 ~ acres to Mr. W. H. M'Farlane, Yarra wonga. On Quat QliattH, 43b acres of freehold land account of Mr. C. Drum, at ^s 2S 6d per acre, and 230 acres on accouut of Mr. Lalbr at £5 12s 6d per acre, the purchasers being Messrs. Mit chell Bros., from Victoria, The prices paid represent a marked advance inland, values in the district; '
CABLES. (REUTERS.) LONDON, Friday morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 February 1906
CABLES. (Reuters.) LOXDON, Friday moiuing. There is a strike and serious riots at Autofasta amongst the employees of an BugliBh-ownedraiiway, connect- ing Chili and Bolivia. One hundred free laborers have been killed. Chilian troops were sent to maintain order. There is serious labour unrest throughout the country. ; The Ethergraph ' (jjiialess . tele graphy) station at Coranha is now manned with Spaniards. When the Germans were there despatches were iutervseptod including Britain's conii deutiul announcement to the fleet that peace had been concluded be tween Kussia and Japan. The news was made kuown immediately. ;at Corunua. ;? The Anthracite Bitumenous Com panies (mineral, coal.iar aud petro leum mines) in America are preparing for a big strike by storing-Sinmense stocks sufficient, for . half a year's campaign. In oue day 900. aliens were sen tenced at the Old Bailey (London), including two crimes of violence. They will all be expelled when these sentences are terminated*, ? Doc...
LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. [BY WIRE-REUTER.] MELBOURNE, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 February 1906
late'&oimeecial news. _£By WlBE— EEDTBB.] Melbourne, Friday eight. Prime vkeat is in better demand. Wheat for export to South Africa aniljtiib East 'shippers are buying at 3s ;id , to 8s 1 id . London cabled quiet at 21s quarter, parity being 3s Id. Shippers are offering this price for parcels of early delivery. A good demand exists for milling wheat at 3s Id. There .is a fair demand bl oats for oxjxrefc^ Seed, 2s; heavy feed,.ls.lOdto'ls 10 Jd ; light, Is 9d to 1b 9jd ; trim aud pollard, lljd. SVDNEY, Friday nighf. Wheat 3s 2d ; oats 2s Id to it 2i ; chafl £3 10s to £3 17s Gd. '
The Wheat Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 February 1906
The Wheat Market. The local price of wheat is 2a 9d. Large quantities continue to come to hand at the rate of 2,000 to 3,400 bags daily, the latter number being the greatest number to cross tho weighbridge iu one day. There aro about 34,000 bags stacked in the railway yards and Fanners' and Settlors' Grain Shed. The yards presents quite a busy .ap pearauce- Wheat carting still continues in full swing, ami strings of waggons may be ' seen wailing to enter the railway yards. The grain shed is being rapidly tilled up, and trucks heavily laden are being despatched as fast as they can be loaded.
The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 February 1906
The Weather. The weather still keeps very warm. Monday night was very unpleawBit indoors, and Tuesday gave indications of a thunderstorm, but so far no rain has fallen. A good fall would be very acceptable just now, as many of the tanks have given out, and people generally are right out of good drinking water
WHAT IS THE CLOSER SETTLEMENT LEAGUE FOR? [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 February 1906
WHAT 1 S THE CLOSER SETTLE MENT LEAGUE FOB? Concisely, clearly aud definitely Mr. Gardner auswerod tho nbovo question on Thursday night. The trend of tho League at recent meet ings, has being to au extent to ob scure its original aim. Action of late has given rise to the idea that it would develop into a public agency, j bringing buyers and sellers of land together. \Vbjle this would be to the manifest benefit of the district from a commercial point of view, the League has a broader and more national purpose in end. Mr. Gardner said, speaking with roferonco to the Nowranie lands, that it was lime the Government were approached and asked to consider the advisability of adopting a more simple method of receiving aud deal ing with these applications. It was a farce to go through all this red tape procedure as applicants have to do. Men did not apply for 3nud without satisfying themselves that they could work tho land before taking it up. The present system of the Boards seemed crude au...
Closer Settlement League. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 February 1906
Closer Settlement League. ? ? ? ? The above League met on Thurs day evening. Present : The Mayor, (chair) Messrs Gardner, Allan, Tait, Fowler, King, Levy, Brewer, Gillies, Jensen, Fyrth. Messrs. Tait, Hillas Bros., and Lush were elected mem bers. Voluminous outward correspond ence was read. Letters were re ceived froin : W. Scholz, Cuicairn, advised that a meeting would be held to arrange to form a branch. David fteiil, juri.-, Sec., Howlong, wrote that the branch would be bold ing a meeting shortly. He would attend to forming a branch at Hrnr».lf)psli\V The Secretary and Mr. Gardner reported waiting upon the Progress Committee re the Nowranie appli cations. Mr. Gardner said that owing to the applications being beard iu Uraua, hundreds of people hod given up the idea of applying. If 446 applications had been made for the 17 blocks, 1000 would have been made if they had been heard iu Uorowa. liiglity applications had been put through to-dny, therefore, as it was, it would take five o...
Bowling. CLUB PAIRS TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 February 1906
Bowling. . CLUB PAIKS TOURNAJfENT. Tho followiug is the result of the first draw : — Tauhmiui -mid Ritchie hent Shortt and Jackson 21— 11. Johnson nud Nichol son heat Cimicrou nud Cooper 21—19. Coofco and Piggin beat Hnig nnd Parkin 121—9. McPhceftiid Kendall heat Smith mid Lung ai— 10. Brooks and T.«,lin boat Bcgg and Wood 21— S. J. B. Lanslw and WUlmott be.it Luhoy and Walch 21-11. W. Lnnglor and Dunn v. J. Cluvoll aud Goo. Parkin (unfinished). Second Drnw. Tnubinan and Ritchie v winners of un finished game. Johnson and Nicholson v Jlcl'hfo and Kendall. J. Langler and WiUiuot v Cookc and Piggin. Brooh aud Leslie u bye. Tho Pennant Match arranged in tho Draw for the North Enttern Bowling Association Hatches between Corowa and Rutherglen took plaoe at the Corowa groen on Wednes day, 7lh February. The visitors were weakened by tho absence of several of their best players. The result was : — No. 1 Bink. Corown —P. K. Ritchie, D. ircPhoo, O. H. Smith, W. H. Langler (captain) 27. Ruthcr...
HENTY NEWS. "Send Off." [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 February 1906
HENTY NEWS. [FBOM OUU SPECIAL KBWSESENTATIVE.] 'Send Off.' A thoroughly representative meet ing of the district was held at Spence's Hotel on Saturday night, Mr. Craw ford (Urangeline) in the chair. Some fifteen others from tiie town and dis trict being present, for the imrwse of according a suitable ' send-off ' to Mr. and Mrs- Hovenden, who are about to take their departure from Henty after a close association of six years. It was resolved that, the function take the form of a presen tation oi a purse of sovereigns, and to this view some eight guineas was subscribed in the room. Mr. H. Paech was appointed secretnr}-, and Mr. O. Bartsch treasurer. Tlie night of Februavy 13th was chosen for the event.
On the Fringe of the Crowd. "The Onlooker sees most of the Game." [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 February 1906
On the Fringe of the Crowd. [By Onlooker.] 'The Oiilooker sees most oi the Game.' Max Adeler tells u, good stofy re going to a banquet with three ov'ldtir yarns carefully readied up for telling. During the evening, to his disgust, one guest after another got up and told his prepared yarns till there was none untold. Rough, wasn't it! Our reporter had a somewhat similar experience the other night when they were gassing about drains, water sup plies and other exciting things.- Mi1. Brewer got up and opened the meet- j ing as Chairman, and made a nice speech. It was good alright, but then chairmen are not supposed to make speeches. The other fellow ciin generally talk enough. Anyhow, just as our rep. had thought of a good yarn to stick in these columns, as a skit on tlie estimable ehairtuau, I'm blessed if that individual did not end up by telling tlie same yarn liim self. Talk about nerve ; judging from tho twinkle in his eye, I believe he only did it to spoil my chance. All the same ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 February 1906
Hudson's rVedical Hall. WITH SUMMER COME EYE COMPLAINTS. For Thirty-Three Years THREE FAMOUS REMEDIES have thriven in Rivcrina. Golden Eye Drops ? 2s Golden Eye Ointment ... ? ... 2s Golden Fly Lotion ? ? Is THEY FIX- P0STED EVERYWHERE B.ia Eyes, Sore Eye*, Inflamed Even, Weak Eyes, Ply-Bitten Eyes. Q I LLI ES, CHEMIST, COROWA. For Christmas Presents and New Year Gifts IS- INSPECT H. Rosenbloom's WELL-ASSORTED STOCK OF Watches, Jewellery, Silver=mounted and E P. Goods, Clocks, etc. Reliable Keyless Lever Watches from I2s 6d. H, R©SENBL©©M, WflTCHnflKER FlNb JEWELLER, ? eoROwa. lilt rHAnlflAvY, NEXT POST OFFICE, COEOWA |y| WILMOT'S HEADACHE WAFERS, A aife and effective cure for all forms of Headache. Is per box. r PROVED REMEDIES. E Dr. Beaney's Blood and Liver Pills, AN EXC^ELK=FAMILV Ej WILMOT'S LIVER MIXTURE, * w bottle. A. E. WlLMOTT, Pharmacetrtica! Chemist Agent for the celebrated Hurstvillo aud Camden Nurseries. Choice Stock of Flowering Plants, etc., on hand. T. FflRKIN^CO., ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 10 February 1906
Exceptional Opportunity FOfi CHEAP Drapery AT LEVY * CO'S. SflLE. N©W ©N. NOW ©N. The Wool Market, as yon afl know, is up, and Cotton is high. LEVY & CO'S. DEAPESY purchased at old low prices and sold cheaper than it ought to be, with tlie 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 $evit& te's.tfale.