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LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. [BY WIRE-REUTER.] MELBOURNE, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 February 1906

LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. [By. wjbe— Keuteb.] MelBOUBNE, Tuesday night. The wheat market remains firm. There is a good demand for prime lots, mainly {or shipment to the East. At auction only 1282 bags were offered. Bidding firm. Good lots up to 3s Hi. London reported quiet at 31s per quarter. Shippers are offering 3s lid for parcels of early delivery. Oats. — Demand is steady for milling and feed lots for export. Seed, 2s ; Algerian, milling, Is lO&d to Is lid ; heavy feed, Is 10d to Is lOjd ; light, Is 9d to Is 9id ; inferior, Is 8d; Stout, white, 2s 5d to 2s 7d. Bran and pollard, firm, llfd. Pota toes, steady. Onions, firm, globe 3s to 3s lOd. Chaff, demand for prime l-etter. Prime wheaten, 55s ; prime oaten, 52s 6d ; good, 45s to 47s 6d ; medium, 40s.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 February 1906

Hudson's Medical Hall. WITH SUMMER COME EYE COMPLAINTS. For Thirty-Three Years THREE FAMOUS REMEDIES have thriven to Brvetroa. Golden Eye Drops ? 2s Golden Eye Ointment ? 2s Golden Fly Lotion ? Is thcv civ P0STED EVERYWHERE. 1 nfcY rlA : Bad Eyes, Sore Eyes, Inflamed Eyes, Weak Eyes, Fly-Bitten Eves. G I LLI ES, CHEMIST, COROWA. Exceptional Opportunity FOE CHEAP Drapery AT LEVY $ GO'S. SflLE. N©W ©N. N0W ©N. The Wool Market, as you all know, is up, and Cotton is high. LEVY & CO'S. DRAPERY 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 jevii d Ve's. dak. For Christmas Presents and New Year Gifts *3* INSPECT H. Rosenbloom's WELL-ASSORTED STOCK OF Watches, Jewellery, Silver=mounted and E P. Goods, Clocks, etc. Reliable Keyless Lever Watches from 12s 6d. H. R©SENBL©©M, WflTCHnflKER flNb JEW...

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SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 February 1906

SYDNEY, Tuesday night. Wheat 3k I*r1 to 3s 2d : oats 2s Id to 2s 3 Jd ; chaff £3 15s to £3 lCs.

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 February 1906

Cricket. . ? a ? The annual match between the Town aud Country teams was played at Corowa on Saturday. There wa9 considerable interest in the game, which resulted in an ea6y win for the town team. Afternoon tea aud oiner delicacies were provided by Mesdames Kendall and Morphett, and the Misses Piggin. W. Maclnnes put up 41, T- Henderson 23, and H. F. Bayliss 22, top scorers for the home team, while A. Bayliss, as usual, saved the other team from annihilation by carrying his bat out for 49. The total Town score was 118, while the Country team scored 89. Owing to pressure of space we are unable to publish the individual scores.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 February 1906

Clearing Sale. Roachdale, Gemaatoa. Wednesday & Thursday 88ih February & 1st March, 1906, At 10 a.m. sharp. W. L. TAYLOR & CO. - (In conjunction. -with MESSRS. HCDSOK & STEWABT) HAVE received instructions from MB. J. F. Kingston, who is leaving the diitrict, to sell by public auction, absolutely without reserve, the whole of his Eatteil' ?Ive Farming Plant, Household Furni ture, etc., including:— Machinery: 2 ' Sunshine' Harvesters, 2 ' Bay Bros.' Strippers, 1 large ' Bagshaw' Winnower, 1 ' Massev-Harris' Binder, 1 'Mas- sey-Harris ' 15 Hoe Drill, 1 Grader, S Wheat Trucks, 1 Jumper, 1 large' Buncle' Com-crusher, 1 3 knife 'Cliff and Bunting' Chafi cutter and Horseworks complete, 1 'Pom-Pom' Poison Cart, 10-ton waggon, 1 dray, 1 heavy roller, 1 i furrow Robinson plough, 1 double Lennon plough, 1 4-furrow Massey Earris plough, 1 set 4-leaf harrows, 1 Abbott Buggy, Complete black smith's outfit, including bellows, anvil, rice, stocks aud dies. The whole ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 February 1906

H. J. Norman and Co., TEA, COFFEE, AND COCOA MERCHANTS, Albury, MAVE much pleasure in informing the Public that tho necessity no longer exists for sending to Melbourne or Sydney for a REALLY (JOOD TEA. All out Tew lire direct from Growers, handled only by ourselves, nud being EXPERT BLENDERS we guarautee to please the most fastidious tastej and DEFV COMPETITION. W0~ Send for Trial Package of our Delicious Teas. ~Vi ih tins: i«ibf, imok, soli*, ssibs, in chebts: soiim, soil*, 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. *£* NOTE THE ADDEESS :— H. J. Norman and Co., '-'' ? KIEWA-STREET, ALBURY. GEORGE W.FIGG INS, Sicycle Works, S&nger-street, Corowa. MACHINES built to order from f 10 10» to £14 10s, with 12 months' guarantee, lampits of which can be seen on the premises. ill eixi Machines are carefully tested before delivery, and the finish and staving po...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 February 1906

Local and General. ' KINO DICK,'— The proposal to invite Mr. Richard Seddon, the Premier ot Now Zealand, to tho closer settlement confer ence will be of interest to one Corowa resident, viz., Mr. S. Stephens, as will be seen from the following extract from the 'Kumara Times,' January 7th, 1904:— ' Ainoug the several private gentlemen who were introduced to the Premier, yesterday by the Mayor was Xf r. Spencer Stephens, late member of the Legislature of N. B. \Vales. A cordial meeting took place, and in the course of conversation it was men tioned by Mr. Stephens that he had had the honor of presenting. His Majesty, the King (when Prince of Wales) with a private present, which was duly acknowledged. He nlso remarked that he felt ns highly honored at meeting Mr. Eeddon, the pre sent Premier of New Zealand, as he did the Prince of Wales at the time of the South Kensington Exhibition, London.' Rheumatic Pah**s Relieved.— The quick relief from rheumatic: pains afforded by Chamberlain's P...

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A MATTER OF EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 February 1906

A MATTER OF EVIDENCE. Considerable commeut has been aroused by the decision in the last case agaiust the licensee of the Australian Hotel;' comment war ranted by a survey of the evidence. The case hinged upon the question as to whether John O'Brien was sober or not. The nolice witness stated the man was in a drunken condition when he got into Mr. Sherwin's gig ; also he bad pleaded guilty to being drunk when charged at a previous court. This latter fact undoubtedly carried great weight with the Bench. In respect to that, however, there was no evidence to show O'Brien did not get drunk elsewhere after he was served at the Australian Hotel. Certainly he said he did not, but if, as maintained by the prosecution, he was in a drunkeu condition, that statement cannot go for much. Moreover, it is feasible that a man may plead guilty to a charge of drunkenness as the quickest way out of trouble. Therefore, it is not too much to maintain that practi cally the prosecution depended upon the ev...

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Wedding. MILLER-RYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 February 1906

Wedding. MILLER— RYAN. On Wednesday last Mr. Frank Miller, son of Mr. Miller, of Saver nake, was married to Miss Mary Ryan, the only daughter of Mr. Wm. Ryan, of Forest Vale, Bull Plain, at the residence of the bride's parents, the Rev. Father Vaughan, of Berri gau officiating. The bride was gracefully attired m white silk, and accordoon-pleated chiffon, with gui pure lace insertions and medallion trimmings, and looked very well She carried an ivory-covered prayer book, which, with gold bangle and pendant, were gifts from the bride groom. She was supported by Miss Kate Doyle, who was attired in white muslin with insertion of Valenciennes lace aud picture hat. Mr. J. Ryan, brother of the bride, acted as best man. Some 50 guests sat down to the wedding breakfast, when the usual toasts were honored, including that of several old residents. The happy couple left for Melbourne, the the brides' going-away dress being of navy silk voile. Dancing was en joyed by the younger guests during th...

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Maggie Stirling Concert Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 February 1906

Maggie Stirling Concert Co. ? ? ^ ? Madam Stirling, supported by Miss Ethel Sinclair (violiniste),M.Adolphe Borschke, and Harold C. Smith, appeared at the School of Arts on Saturday evening before an appre ciative audience. The concert did not commence till nearly 9 cfelock, and the audience, which was a good one, especially for Saturday night when all the business places are open, was kept waiting on an exces sively hot night. Such delay is inex cusable from the most brilliant artist, who might well recognise the cour tesies of life in the same degree as more humble individuals. It speaks volumes for the quality of the per formance that it received such an enthusiastic reception with this irri tating introduction. As for the pro gramme, it was splendid right through. The artists were few in number, but great in charm. Madam Stirling who possesses the great advantage of a handsome platform manner and appearance was very liberal, singing no less than twelve items. She was recalled on...

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P. A. and H. Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 February 1906

P. A. and H. Notes. Rabbits are attacking the grape and pumpkin crops in several parts of the Mudgee district, New South Wales. In one vineyard alone the damage done in a few nights is esti mated at between £500 and £600. An opinion has been expressed by Mr. Hans Irvine, of the Great West ern Vineyard, who has just com pleted a year's stay in London, that tbe outlook for Australian wines in England is brighter. This view is to a certain extent supported by the official figures of imports into Eng land. For tbo flf6t eleven months of 1905 the quantity is returned at 694,150 gallons, or an increase of over 100,000 gallons on the receipts in 1904. Victorian full bodied red wine attract the most attention, the difficulty to obtain repeats for fine wines preventing the latter class ob tainiug the foothold they should with British consumers. Australian wines require greater care in selection and tbe adoption of a vintage system similar to that in use in other wine producing countriss. Thi...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 February 1906

.. . Personal. The new station-master at Wah gunyah, Mr. Kirkland, has taken up his duties. On leaving Rochester, Mr. Kirkland and family were given a musical evening by their friends, in the course of which presentations were made to Mi's, and Miss Kirk laud by Cannon Watson, who paid a glowing tribute to the work their guests had done in connection with the Church and Sunday School. Owing to the illness of his eldest eon Andrew, at present in Melbourne, Dr. Lang was called down to that city on Monday The invalid is suffering from tyjsbdid fever. We ieitrh that ii son off Mrs.- B. Webster, of Waiigiinya'h, is very ill, suffering, we understand from the prevailing enteric: Mr. J.. T. Keating has been ap pointed chairman of the local Land Board, in place of Mr. F. W. Watt, retired. Mr. Jefferson, Postal Inspector from Wagga, was in Corowa yester day on official business.

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The Municipal Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 February 1906

The Municipal Election. Owing, no doubt to the fact that the result was generally looked upon as a foregone conclusion, there was little interest shown in the Munici pal election which took place yester day. The two retiring Aldermen Messrs Chivell and Gardner were practically certain of re-election, as neither had given the ratepayers any reason to reject them. Of the two new candidates Mr- Sammon's in terests and position in the town left no doubt as to how the vote would go. Therefore the excitement of a close and doubtful contest was miss ing. A forecast of thcuoll published in the morning created some amuse ment, but evidently did not have the desired effect. The probable result, if anything resulted at all, was that It ttade Mr.- Samhion'a friends roll rip and ensure his return. That gentleman, therefore, had the satisfaction of being second on the poll. Several ratepayers arrived too late to vote. The election was con ducted by the Mayor (Aid. Parkin) as Returning Officer, as...

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Sad Death at the Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 February 1906

Sad Death at the Hospital, The death of James Webster, son' of Mr. Robert Webster of Wahgun yah, took place at the Corowa Hos pital very suddeuly yesterday about mid-day. On Sunday he had eaten a lot of grapes and went in 6wimmiug in the river twice. Afterwards he complained of feeling unwell, but got better, and went to work the next day. He was employed by Mr. Whitford at his vineyard. On Mon. day night, however, it was found necessary to call in Dr. Shortt, who found the symptoms very peculiar and complicated. After a consultation with Dr. Walch, the sufferer was taken to the Hospital yesterday morning, where he was operated upon about 11 o'clock. Despite all efforts, however, he died about an hour and a half after. The medical ofh'oers are not clear as to the cause of death, the symptoms as stated be ing peculiarity complicated, and a post-mortem examination was to have been made last night. The patient was in a collapsed condition and a state of high fever when he was brought t...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 February 1906

LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Tuesday night. The Arbitration Court has granted an application that tbe Coal Lumpers should observe the condi tions of work imposed by the Court. The judge said the course adopted was unjustifiable. The Victorian Barristers are in dignant that the vacant Judgesbip has been offered to Mr. J. M. Davies, the Attorney-General. They say that he is disqualified by the Supreme Court Act. Tiie Victorian Bankei'B met the Sydney Bankers at a cricket match to-day. Victorians 3 wickets for 88, Amshe 30, Horan not out 26.

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CABLES. (REUTERS.) LONDON, Tuesday morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 February 1906

CABLES. (Reuters.) LONDON, Tuesday morning. The Russian Government lias re turned to America many money orders sent for the relief of the Jews, alleging that they were intended to help tlie Revolutionary cause. Miss Alice Roosevelt, daughter of Hie United States President, is re ceiving hundreds of wedding presents from all parts of the world, including several from European Sovereigns. General Smuts declares he is con vinced the British Government is manifold of the interests of the Transvaal, and will do nothing to un duly favor any section of the com munity. France disclaims asking for a gen eral mandate to control the police of Morocco, but desires a special man date to police Tangiers, Fez Mogo dar and elsewhere where there are. European settlers. The reserve maintained by Germany has irritated all the Powers, and the ' Vassicbe Zeitung' declares that Italy, Servia, and Montenegro have concluded a secret offensive and defen si ve alliance, and that Italy bus supplied Monte negr...

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Corowa Hospital Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 February 1906

Corowa Hospital Com mittee. The usual monthly meeting of the above was held on Monday evening. Present — Messrs. C. T. Brewer, (chair), Chicken, King, Broadbeut, Thompson, Edmondson, Ogilvie, and the secretary, Mr. J. D. IVaser. An apology was received from Mr. Mosenbloom. Amongst the correspondence re ceived, the . following were dealt with : — The Border Baud nominated Messrs. C, Clayton, Phil. Wittmer, Thos.. Armour, Bred Burrows, junr., and A, E, Mason as life goterta'ors, and asked that the riaine of Mr. D. Thomson, be added in the annual report. Also advised that a bazaar in aid of the Band would be held during Race week, and asking tbe support of the committee. The gentlemen named were ap pointed, en the motion of Messrs. Chicken and Thompson. Melbourne Eight Hours' Art Union, per Mr. H. Rosenbloom, for warding donation of £2. Mr. Jno. Nolan, ' Lilydale,' Quat Quatla, advised he was donating two bags of wheat to tbe fund. Mr. J. G. Gray wrote thanking the subscribers for re-e...

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Melbourne, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 14 February 1906

MELBOURNE, Tuesday night. Mr. Leslie Pork, general manager of the Colonial Mutual Life Insurance Company, died this morning. Samuel Hopkins was jammed be tween two trucks at Spencer-street Railway Station to-day and seriously injured. Before the Tariff Commission wit nesses advocated increased duties on bolts, nuts, rivets, bellows, forges, shot, cartridges, sheet lead, and lead piping.

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THE ENDS OF JUSTICE. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER XIII. More Telegrams Than One. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 February 1906

ENDS OF JUSTICE. BY FRED. M. WHITE. ?: Published by arrangement with Ward,; Lock and Co., London and Melb. ' XAU Bights Reserved.) ' CHAPTER XIII. ,- Wofe Telegrams Than One.' . .- Bath- slopped. The concluslou of the sentence Beemed to stick in hisi throat Mostyn Btamped about the: room Curiously. . . . .: ' 'I'll seer that chap to-morrow,' he* said. 'I'll frighten him to death. I'll show him in pretty plain colors what it means to speak. That will be all' right' - - 'It will be all wrong,' Bath said' quietly. 'You are amazingly clever aud'. cunning with your schemes, but you.' are a poor judge of human nature. In my position I have had the very best opportunity of judging it. You niay^ frighten that boy into silence- for a^ week, but you can never stifle that kind of conscience. A week will elapse, and when you probably have dismissed the incident from your mind, you will read in the paper of the' distressing suicide of a banker's clerk and e-'i-ensational 'confession' in writ ing...

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EFFECT OF OCCUPATION ON THE FACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 February 1906

EFFECT OF OCCUPATION ON THE FACE. The facial expression of one is al ways greatly affected by his occupa tion. Intellectual and high pursuits Invariably stamp faces with noble, high foreheads, and a moral, temper ate life is always marked by the ben evolent self-disciplined look. A bright glad face is often more attractive than a handsome but expressionless face, and this can be obtained by always being cheerful and happy. Beauty in woman is often of the mobile, expres sionless type, which very few care to love, even if they do admire. It lacks expression and flrmness, and this is due to the frivolous, Idle, wasteful society life which they lead. If they had a purpose in life, cultivated a knowledge of literature, or earnestly studied the arts and sciences, their races' would assume a very different appearance. It would possess that in definable grace and attraction which counts for more than all of the simple gifts of Nature. Occupation moulds the face, and one should remember It d...

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