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FAT CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 February 1906

FAT CATTLE. There was 011 View at Mr. Walter Kelsey's butcher shop this week some very prime quality beef, which was much admired by those iu and out of the trade for its primeness. Tbe cattle m=re bred and latleued by ITr, J. Good win at bis Parkinore Estate, and we be lieve turned the scales at high figures. Mr. Goodwin is noted for the excellent quality of fat stock he turns off his estate. The consignment was sold bv the local stock agent, Mr. J. D. Fraser. '

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial. COROWA FORTNIGHTLY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 February 1906

Commercial. COROWA FORTNIGHTLY MABKET. A. A. Fiqoin & Co, report holding their ordinary fortnightly market ou Thursday, 15th inst. There was a fair yarding of stock and a good attendance of buyers. We sold by auction aud pri vately, 40 croisbred ewes 15s 6d, 300 4 tooth ewes 13s 6d, 150 aged ewes 7s 6d, 60 Merino weanerEHS 6d, 300 Shropshire and crossbred weaners Ss 41I, Only a moderate yarding of cattle. Light ?weight bullocks from /4 io» to £ 5 10s. ? Our next market will be held on 1st March. ?

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Travelling Stock Reserve. SHOULD IT BE ALIENATED? [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 February 1906

The Travelling Stock Reserve. should it be Alienated? Tlie position in regard to the tJtirojva to Daysdaie Travelling Stock E6S§i'V6S lirtS reached an acute phase. It will be remembered that, at the January, meeting the Corowa Pas tures Protection Board requested this Minister for . Lands to throw open the reserve for settlement, re serving a route of six chains wide, with blocks of 320 acres for travel ling stock every six miles, to be under the control of the Board. A meeting was called by Mr. S. C. Smith on Thursday afternoon at the Royal Hotel to oppose this proposal. The Mayor occupied the chair and requested a fair hearing for the speakers. There were also present — Messrs A. A. Piggin, J. William tin, J. O'Brien, W. J. Innes, G. C. Morphett, P. Dunn, F. Fraser. J. Vickers, J. Momssey,. J. Tenney Robinson, Davis, McKenzie, and the convenor, S. C. Smith. Mr. Shelly Smith, after stating that the meeting hod been called at the request of several stockownevs, moved — That this mee...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 February 1906

WORf ft YOORs ;?:.. TO VISIT LEVY * CO'S. SflLE. T©-DftY! T©*DAY! Special Lines thrown out Regardless of Cost. A great success«==it will be kept going by Bargains. Hudson's ftedical Hall. WITH SUMMER COME EYE COMPLAINTS. For Thirty-Three Yearn THREE FAMOUS REMEDIES have thriven in Eiveriua. Golden Eye Drops ? 2s Golden Eye Ointment ? 2s Golden Fly Lotion ? Is POSTED EVERYWHERE. THEY FIX: Bad Ey«s, Sore Eyes, Inflamed fives, Weak Eyes, Fly-Bitten Eyes. Q I LLI ES, CHEMIST, COROWA. For Christmas Presents and New Year Gifts tS' INSPECT H. Rosenbloom's WELL-ASSOBTED STOCK OF Watches, Jewellery, SHver=mounted and E P. Goods, Clocks, etc. Reliable Keyless Lever Watches from 1 2s 6d. H. R0SENBL00M, WflTCH/VlKER FJNb JEWELLER, ? ? e©R0wa. THE PHARMACY, next post office, cgrowa fyT WILMOT'S HEADACHE WAFERS, A safe and effective cure for all forms of Headache. Is per box. H ? r PROVED REMEDIES. E Dr. Beaaey*s Blood and Liver Pills, AN excmeeldSec^amily EJ WILMOT'S LIVER MIXTURE, * per bo™, A*...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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One Bottle Cured Him. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 February 1906

One Bottle Cured Him. Last summer,' says Arthur Bollon, of Bolton Bros., Bendigo, Vic, ' I had n severe attack of Siimmor complaint or bowel trouble. For a timo I paid no atten tion, simply let things run along, but; find ing it was becoming a very serious matter I oonoluded to try Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhan Remedy, which I had soen so highly recommended in tho pupors. Our local chemist sent me » small bottle, and before it was all used I was en tirely woll. The pain was stopped by tho first dose.' For salo by T. Parkin and Co,*

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Municipal Election. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 February 1906

Municipal Election. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. The official declaration of tbe poll took place at the Council Chambers on Wednesday last. The Mayor (Aid. T. Parkin) having announced the result of the polling, Aid. Chivell thanked the ratepayers for bavins placed bun at tbe bead of the poll, which made it evident to his mind that they were satisfied with the position lie bad hitherto taken up. Ho would endeavor to steer the same course for the future, and by voice and hand aid the ratepayers. Aid. Saniinons felt at a loss to ex press his thanks for the great con fidence tbe ratepayers bod placed iu him, as shown by his position on the poll, especially coming after that ambiguous emanation from one of our local papers, whose humiliation must now be complete. He had no desire to 6ay anything further iu the matter, but would endeavor to justify the confidence placed in him He was now beginning Municipal work, and would be brought into oontact with men who had had two or three years Munici...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 February 1906

-rf$^« 'pME: f^UTMERQLEN pURNISMINQ WAREHOUSE, JiliiHiiSilL ^he ^rgest Stock in the North-East. /Jf^^^^^^iRv A few Special Lines for the Season— \j3^t^^y^^^aJ^S^r Hi jS^-vSt A A/ IRE DOOES, Wibe (adjustable) Window Frames, Deck Chairs (ant-proof), Wicker Furniture, Verandah Blinds, all EssJilMiiSBi^SSSSSSSlKSSsIl * ' sizes (only the Best kept in stock), Lounges, Linoleums to please eveiybody— over 50 pieces to select from, Drawing fell JISoL ? llnHOll Ro0M. Dining Room, ana Bedhoom Suites, Bedsteads ana Bedding, Prams and Go-Carts, Fenders and Irons, Caepet ^ ll!llilliii&^ llliP^illl Our long exPerience in tne FDENITDBE BUSINESS is a guarantee that you will get reliable goods at the Lowest Prices. V 1|IIhH|&EP*^ j& lilli illl ? Inspect the large and varied Stock — New Designs every week. ? JfifP^^J^ BLJlli AL.L GOOPS CAREFULLY PACKED AND DELIVERED FREE. WtiKr Pit ^^srYOUNKiVIAN and Co., ^ILJMKl-. ? U1L.J1IR. Rutherglen Furnishing Warehouse, RUTH ERG LEN. J. C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 February 1906

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A Job Lot. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 February 1906

A Job Lot. Lord Nowtown-Butlcr has been amu sing his friendB by telling the follow ing story. It was a musical 'At home' in Belgravla to which he was invited, and. It being a rainy night, he wore a felt hat and a long water proof coat over his evening dress. The family butler opened tbe door to him, looked puzcled for a moment, and then asked, 'Name, please?' 'Lord Newtown-Butler,' was the re ply. 'Oh, Lord Newtowne butler, arc you? Come along/ old chap,- and have a drop of something in the housekeep er's room. They've got a job lot up atalrs to-night, and your master ain't come yet if you're looking lor him.' 'With pleasure,' said his lordship, who spent a chatty five minutes with the butler over a glass of Burton ale. 'Much obliged to you, I'm sure; and now I tlmk I'll go and have a look at the 'job lot' in the drawingroom.' , - And, to the butler's horror, hjs new acquaintance strode up the stalfa and was soon warmly shaking the hahd'of his hostess. ' '??---

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"Find a Way or Make It." [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 February 1906

'Find a Way or Make It' There arc two Hinds of persons in the world— those who think first of difficulties, and (hose who think first of the importance of accomplishment in spile of difficulties. If a thing ought to be done, the presence of si'vcfa.1 ob stacles to its doing is only a further reason for bringing it to pass. let ihe trait of instantly showing why a thing cannot be done is keeping down more young men, and older men too, Iu business, than any other factor iu their lives.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EAT SLOWLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 February 1906

EAT SLOWLY. Nature does not do two things at a linie and do both well, as a rule. All know that when a force is divided, it is weakened. If meals were eaten slowly, without preoccupation of the mind, and the stomach allowed at least half-an-nour s chance to get its work well undertaken before the nervous force is turned in ;inotber direction, patients . suffering from dyspepBia would be few. A physician once said, 'It does not so much matter what we eat as how we cat it.' While this is only partly true, it certainly is true that the most health ful food, hurriedly eaten, and immedi ately followed by work which engages the entire available physical and men tal forces, is much worse than a meal of poor food eaten leUurely and fol lowed by an interval of rest.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE TURN OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 February 1906

THE TURN OF LIFE. From forty to sixty a man who has ?? properly regulated himself may be con sidered as in his prime of life. His matured strength of constitution ren ders him almost impervious to the at tacks of disease, and experience has eiven his judgment tbe soundness of almost infallability. His mind is resolute, firm, and equal; all bis functions are in the high est order; he assumes the mastery over his business; builds up a compe tence on the foundation ne has laid iu early manhood, and passes through a. period of life attended by many grati fications. Having gone a year or two past sixty, he arrives at a critical period in the road of existence; the river of death flows before him. and be re mains at a standstill. But athwart this river is a viaduct called 'The Turn of Life,' which, if crossed safely, leads to Die valley of 'old age,' around which Ihe river winds, and then flows beyond, without boat or causeway to effect its passage. Tbe bridge is, how ever, constructed of...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WIT AND HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 February 1906

WIT AND HUMOUR. Tom: My sweetheart is the prettiest girl in the town. . Bam: Quite likely; mine lives in the country. Doctor: Do you talk in .your sleep? Patient: No, I talk in other people's. I'm a clergyman. 'What made that horse kick you?' they asked Ibe stable-boy as he rubbed himself. 'You may think I'm an idiot,' he re plied; 'but I ain't such an idiot as to go back and ask him.' In Proof. Susan: Would you call her a woman of tact? ^ Dorothy: Well, she Is engaged to a bashful man, and he thinks be did the proposing. A Good Reason. Husbaud: Mary, now you're in a good humor, tell me why you don't blow up the Bervants as you do me? Wife: Oh! they would not stand it.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 February 1906

Local and General. WEATBEB FOBECAST.— Tile doverrl mctlt Astronomer last night predicted a continuation .of hot weather, with north east and south-east winds, isolated thunder storms, and Equally. CBICKET.— A match has been arranged for to-day, between tho local club and the district school teachers. Mr. G. £. Brice of Tarrauu'u school has arrangod the latter team. ATTENTION is directed to the advertise ment of Mr. W. H. Bruce, the well-known Sydney tailor, which appears iu the current issue of the ' Chronicle'' SPOONBAIT IN Salt WaTEE.— Mr. Jim Tnylor, of Corowa, writing to a friend from D'romaua (Vic.) states that he tried a spoonbait in the salt water the other day and caught a couple of flathcad. Anglers down that way say it is the first time they had seen spoonbait used in salt water. GOLF.— The Suburban and Country Golf Association, Sydney, has decided to arrange for four teams to visit country centres dur ing Easter week, Albury is' mentioned as one place to be visited, and i...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Nasty. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 February 1906

Nasty. 'But, my dear, that's au awfully old joke.' 'Is it really? Well, of course, you ought to know.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 February 1906

Clearing Sale. Roachdale, Germanton. Wednesday & Thursday 28th February & 1st Much, 1906, At 10 a.m. sharp. W. L. TAYLOR & CO. (In conjunction with MESSRS. HUDSON & STEWABT) HAVE retired instructions from MB. J. P. KINGSTON, who is leaving the district, to sell by public auction, absolutely without reserve, the whole of his Exten sive Fanning Plant, Household Furni ture, etc., including:— Machinery: 2 ' Sunshine' Harvesters, 2 ' Hay BroE.' Strippers, 1 large ' Bagshaw' Winnower, 1 ' Massey-Harris' Binder, 1 'Mas- sey-Harris ' 15 Hoe Drill, 1 Grader, 2 Wheat Tracks, 1 Jumper, 1 largo ' Bunde' Corn-crusher, 1 3 knife 'Cliff and Bunting' Chaff cutter and Horseworks complete, 1 'Pom-Pom' Poison Cart, 1 6-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 dies. The whole of the...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Calling It Names. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 February 1906

Calling It Names. une day, as a train pulled up at a little station of a most depressing town, in a most dreary district of the country, a passenger, thrusting his head out of a carriage window, asked of a dejected-looking citizen who was leaning against the station door: 'Tell me, what do you call this dried up, dreary, ordinary, low-down place?' 'That's near enough, sir,' replied the native, in a melancholy voice. 'Let it go at that.'

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 February 1906

LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Friday night. A resident of Paddington, fearing an assault by larrikins, shot through «. door panel, dangerously wounding a neighbour. Mr. J. W. Boultbeei a bore ex pert, in giving evidence to-day before the Lands Commission, said that none of ttie improvement lease country would carry taore than one sheep to three acres, and much of the country with ordinary pastoral im* proveiuents a sheep to eii acres'; Bechabites from all parts of tho State assembled to-day for the bienuial meeting. An encouraging report was submitted. Owing to tbe dense smoke aud fumes issuing from the Junction Mine at Broken Hilt, tbe real posi tion of the fire is not ascertained. John Tonkin, a well-known resi dent of Camperdown, Victoria, in endeavoring to stop a runaway horse, was knocked down and killed in Melbourne to-day. A woman, who is alleged to have systematically defrauded a large number of children in Melbourne of small sums of money, has beeu identi fied by about 20 of th...

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Very Kind. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 February 1906

Very Kind. She was a very polite young lady, and had invifed a few friends to tea, among the number being a very eli gible, but modest, young man. She devoted all her attention to the wants of her guests, and, indeed, seemed rather attentive to their needs. The climax was reached, however, when, with her most winning smile, she addressed herself to the bashful young man: 'Dear Mr. Meek, please allow me to press you to a jelly.'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CABLES. (REUTERS.) LONDON, Friday morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 17 February 1906

CABLES. (REUTEIIS.) LONDON. Friday mnl'tiintf, It is stated that the French Qa vernment is sending an official to Taiiite, witu the object of establish ing coiiyict settlements to acbonluio date 3.000 convicts: . . . An earthquake, accompanied by a rising sea,, caused great damage on tbe Colombia, coast, swallowing the port of Bocagraudo. A French syndicate has offered the Pretender of Morocco £10,000 and 70,000 rifles and ammunition in exchange for concessions on the coast between Mulella and the Al gerian frontier, including Hinterland. Earl Grey, addressing the Macgill University, stated that one adver tised patent medicine contained 40 J per cent, ot alcohol. Four University Professors have been shot at Warsaw Cathedral.

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