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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 February 1906

To Advertisers. Advertisers are notified that the rates for Casual Advertisements of all de scriptions in the ' Chronicle' are the same as hitherto, viz. : — First Inch— 3s. per inser tion. Each Succeeding inch— 2s. per insertion. Special Rates for Stand' ing Advertisements, Wednesday, February 21, 1906.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
P. A. and H. Society. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 February 1906

P. A. and H. Society. TO THE EDIT/OK. Sir,' — To allow the statement made by the Secretary of above-named So ciety, as reported in your issue of 17th inst., viz., that ' he only re ceived it (the account) after the last meeting of the Council to go un challenged would be equal to an equivalent lo admission of neglect on my part, therefore with your kind permission I beg to give the facts of tho case, which are as follow — In September, 1904, the proprie tors ofthe'Sych]GyMaU'senttue ac count; to 1110 for collection, and I, without delay, caused the same to be presented to the Secretary with a request for payment. In due course tlie result was reported to ' Mail' ofiice, to which they reply on Decem ber 14, 1904, '.Wo are glad to find that our account will be brought be foro tlie -Agricultural Society at tho next meeting.'' Query. Has the Council of Agricultural Society held a meeting at any time between Sop teuiber, 1904, and February, 190S,?' I may add that the amount due has been ...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 February 1906

Sporting Notes. The Oakleigh Plate run at Caulfield oti Saturday, was won by Waudin, Dccollette and Step Out tilling the places. Kaffirpan won tho Bond Cup, being followed home by Bright Beauty and Zepbo, and Lady Wal lace was successful in the St. George's Stakes n weight-for-age race, Gladsome nud Scot Free occupying the placos. The three placed horses in the Oakleigh Plate werenllontsiders. The winner 'started af'O to 1. Waudin 's win involves him in a 101b penalty in the Newmarket Handicap, iu which ho will now have to carry 7st lOlbs. The stable is supposed to have a better one iu Lacblau who has only 7st in the Fleming ton event. Those backers who make a pointof luring odds on, came to grief over Gladsome ou Saturday. She was, ou her recent track form, thought tobe ncitdoortoacertaiuty ior the St. George's Stakes, but af ter a very interesting race was beaten by a head by Lady Wallace. Strange lo sny Gladsome started an odds on favorite for this event last year, when she was l...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Cricket. GOOMBARGANA v. COROWA. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 February 1906

Cricket. GOOMBAEGANA v COROWA. The Corowa team journeyed to Goombaryiin.i on Saturday to play a local team. The Indies provided a tasteful luncheon, and play was com menced a little after 1 o'clock, tlie Goomlar^uia team yoing first to the wickets. They put up 9G, A. How ard (captain) being responsible for 44. Corowa had 11 hard battle to win, owing to Henderson being run out, and Ucluiies given out l.b.w. before the former had scored a run Hughes scored 30, however, and the 9G was topped before the eighth wicket fell. Tea was also provided for tlie visitors before leaving, and a few appropriate remarks were made by the captains of the two teams. After giving hearty cheers for the ladies, the Corowa boys left in time to reach home about 9.30, after a splendid outing. The following are ic scores : — UOOMBAItGANA. Sbiparcl, b 'Mi.-Illlics ? 21 Howard, b Uendorsou ? 8 Lush, thrown out ? 5 A. Howard, 1- Hughes ? 44 E. Sliiinrd, l- Mclmics ? 0 1!. Schutz, b Mcluucs ? 2 G.ShiiMfd.b Stephe...

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CABLES. LONDON, Monday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 February 1906

CABLES. (Reuters.) London, Monday afternoon. The King opened Parliament to day. In his speech His Majesty anuounced that Bills would be in troduced to deal with tmdo disputes, equalisation rates iu London, and a further amendment of the amended Education, Workmen's Compensa tion, aud Unemployed Acts. Don Jaime, a son of Don Carlos, who has beeu received in audience by the Pope, protested against the marriage of the King of Spain with n Princess of a Protestant House. The Pope ropliod t]mt his consent was conditional upon the bride's spontaneous adjuration of Protestant ism, which step was a privato matter of conscience beyond the pale of tho Vatican, and Hie Pupa! authorities did not propose to intervene. Lord Asbburton was married in Paris to Miss Francis Delmont, a member of Charles Hawlrey's Theatrical Company.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 February 1906

LEVY ^ CO'S. Will be kept going WITH BARGAINS In all * Departments. When one line is sold out another will be sacrificed to take its place. LMMES AND GENTLEMEN, COME TO %BDH A Kc's. dale. The Different Kind of Por* traits at the Star Studios. THAT'S the kind we're now producing. We aim to get different nnd better effects. ' We take all tbe care aud have all the skill that's necessary for tbe production of PERFECT PORTR3ITS. All the Beauty of a Lady's features and dress is brought out with, a delightful clearness and softness in our Lovely Aristotype Portraits. Beat of all our Prices arc lowest ou record for High-class Portraiture. SOCVENIBS, «*, 7s fid, lOs«d doz. Cabinets 1O5 Cd. I2s Cd, ISs doz. STAR STUDIOS. ' SKINNER'S PICTURE GALLERY, ALBURY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 February 1906

M. BLASBALK, Watchmaker, Jeweller f id Optician, Albury. riET any Sydney or Melbourne Jeweller's ' Catalogue, pick out what you want, send to jnc, mid I will send you^exactly the same article at the same price, tree of all expense to you, thus saving you freight and postage. Send for my Illustrated Catalogue of Jewellery, Watches, and Silverware. SENT FREE. Here is o lovely 9ct. Cold Brooch, set with red stone, only 1 2s 6d. PI MnC IN ALL M-UHIER OP IVlllUo SETTINGS and in all sizes. Rings for Gentlemen. Rings for Ladies. - Rings for Babies. Wedding Rings. Engagement Rings. Rings for Presents. Ring Sii.o Card sent free on application. Gent's Silver rifts. YVE have an Exceptionally ,:ieo Assort * * meiit of Articles iuteuik'l for Mens1 Use, suitable for Birthday, Xrcas, or Coiu pliinentan- Gifls. Silver Shaving Strops. Silver Military Brushes. Silver-mounted Cigar Cases. Silver Flasks. Silver Sharing Brushes. Silver Shaving Mugs. Silver Match Boxes. Silver Cigarette Cases. Silver Cig...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 February 1906

H. J. Norman and Go., TEA, COFFEE, AND COCOA MERCHANTS, Albury, HAVE much pleasure iu informing the Tul.Iic that the necessity no longer exists for Bonding to Melbourne or Sydney for a REALLY QOOD TEA. All our Teas are direct from Growers, handled only by ourselves, and being EXPERT BLENDERS we guarantee to please the most fastidious taste, and DfiFV COMPETITION. ? W Send for Trial Package of our Delicious Teas. -ym in tins: i2ibS, i5ibs, 2oii«, am*. in chests: soibs, soibs, 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»J.aC^ tMLE3416- A' Orders recdw P'^ attention. Ii. J. Norman and Co., KIEWA-STREET, ALBURY. GEORGE W.FIGGINS.J Bicycle Works, Sanger-street, Corowa. ! MACHINES built to order from £10 10s to £14 10s, with 12 mouths' guarantee, j samples of which can be teen on (he premises. | All our Machines are carefully tested before delivery, and the finish and staying power ( is of the best. LADIES' AND GENT'S HIKES...

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CLOSER SETTLEMENT AND A NATIONAL SPIRIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 February 1906

CLOSER SETTLEMENT AND A NATIONAL SPIRIT. If it's exponents in Corowa were asked for ii practical example of tbe results of Closer Settlement, with one accord the district of Balldale -would be cited. The rapid growth aud pros perity of that centre is too well known to warrant recapitulation. The gain to the CommomvoaH.h is so apparent that it must impress the most casual observer with its soliditj-. The sheep-walks of the past have given place to happy homes, and the bare plain to the hum of a prosperous industry. Here then, where the benefits of this principle has left their indelible record written in happy aud prosperous lives onti would look to see a broad sympathy and help In the extension of those lienefits .to others. Therefore the result of the meeting held in tliat centre as re ported iu another coluuih, will bring with it a feeling of surprised regret. It would seem, as the Chairman said, that the question as presented to the gathering must have been mixed, or there is som...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 February 1906

Clearing Sale. RoacSd^le, Germanton. Wednesday & Thursday 28th February A 1st March, 1900, At 10 a.m. sharp. W. L. TAYLOR & GO. (In conjunction with MESSES. Hudson & Stewabt) UAVE received instructions from MB. J. ' ? F. KlKGSTOS, who is leaving the district, to sell liy public auction, absolutely without reserve 'the whole of his Exten sive Farming Plant, Household Furni ture, etc., including:— Machinery : 2 ' Sunshine' Harvesters, 2 ' May Bros.' Strippers, 1 large ' Bagshaw' Winnower, 1 ' Massey-Harrii,' Binder, 1 'Mas- sey-Han'is ' 15 Hoc Drill, 1 Grader, 2 Wheat Trucks, 1 Jumper, 1 large ' Buucle' Corn -crasher, 1 3 knife 'Cliff and Bunting' Chaff cutter and Horseworks complete, 1 'Pom-Pom' Poison Cart, 1 6-tou waggon, 1 dray, 1 beary roller, 1 i 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...

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Sudden Death at Howlong. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 February 1906

Sudden Death at Howlong. Mr. William C. Eeid, a prominent resident of Howlong, died suddenly on Friday. The deceased was the second sou . of Mr. David Eeid, the Moorwatha veteran, aud was 53 years of age. He was a married man and leaves a wife and one child — a grown-up daughter. The death has occasioned widespread regret in the district, and the funeral was far away the largest ever seen at How long, over ninety vehicles joining in tho. cortege. On account of his kindly and generous disposition and unassuming wanner, deceased was held in affectionate regard by people of all classes, aud mourners camo from all parts of the district. The cortege included many Albury people and tho Masouic brethren (Lodge Concord, of which Mr. Eeid was 0110 of the oldest brothers) held a special service (conducted by Bro. G. A. Williams) in connection with the funeral. The Eev. G. M. Wilson, Presbyterian, conducted tho burial service. The principal mourners present representing the family wore Mr. Dav...

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The Bunyjaa Estate. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 February 1906

The Burryjaa Estate. With the present demand for Closer Settlement a preliminary un uouuceinent in our advertising columns to-day is full of interest. Messrs. A. A. Piggin and Co. in con junction with Messrs. E. H. Smyth and Co., of Wodonga, have been instructed to conduct a sub-divisional sale of the well-known Uurryjaa es tate, situated near Corowa. Tho sale will lake place ou the 22nd March, and ]3,.5OO acres of the finest agricultural land in the district will be thrown open for Closer Settlement on terms extending over twenty one years. Tho blocks will bo sold iu areas ranging from 300 to 640 acres. The opening up of this land will be of immense benefit to Corowa. It will be remembered that when the estate was recently sold by Mr. E- Edols to the present owner Mr. Bowman, general regret was expressed that it was not ob tained by the Government for tho purpose of Closer Settlement, on ac count of the rich nature of tho soil. It will therefore come as a pleasant surprise the fact...

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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 February 1906

Correspondence. TO THE EDITOB. Sm, — The eager crowd that gath ered at Urana last week in search of land gives ample matter for thought to every man anxious for the pros perity of-his country. Just think of it Sir? 446 applicants forseveuteen 640 acre blocks, or a total of 275,000 acres applied for and only 10,800 acres to satisfy this great demand. Surely this should satisfy our legisla tors that there is a great laud hunger in Southern XtiVeritiaj and of the necessity for some scheme df closer settlement to satisfy that demand. I do not think it would be possible to gather togethera finer class of men as a whole than those gathered at Urauii last week; all with tlieir liitle bit of capital or /arming plant; and all able and willing to' build up a home for themselves if they only got the chance. I wonder Sir, how long au estate like Mahonga or 13rookong would remain unapplied for ? I venture to aflirm that if all the agricultural land upon either of those properties were acquired a...

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Closer Settlement. MEETING AT BALLDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 February 1906

Closer Settlement. MEETING AT BALLDALE. Our correspondent writes Hint a mcetiiig was lielJ at BallJale on Saturday night, when Messrs Fowler and Cauipliu, from Corowa, attended for the purpose of forming a branch of the Closer- Settlement League. Mr. Muugo Wilson occupied the chair, and there were about 25 to 30 residents present. The Chairman explained that the League wished to form a branch iu the neighbourhood, aud Messrs. Campli' and Fowler ha-l attended for that purpose. He pointed out that the wealth of a uatidii consisted of the lniid and its being liropcriy developed. There \vere inauy people in want of land but the prices were too high. The attendance would have been larger had the meeting been properly advertisbd. Mr. Fowler addressed the meeting at 6ouie length, and in the course of his remarks said tlio Government had told the deputation that they had no land. The object was to get the land back after it had beeu robbed from the people. There was suili cient land in Rive...

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Election of Mayor. ALDERMAN THOMPSON ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 February 1906

Ejection of. Mayor. ALDERMAN THOMPSON ELECTED. A special meeting of the Borough Council was held last night for the purpose of 'electing the Mayor for the ensuing year. The Mayor (Aid. Parkin) presided, and there were also present : Aldermen Bitchie, Thomp son, Chivell, Sammons, and King. The Council Clerk, Mr. A. H. Bray, aud Mr. F. Fraser also attended. Upon the Mayor calling for nomina tions AW. S. \V. Thompson was nominated by Aldermen Ritchie and Lewis. There being no other nomi nation Aid. Thompson was elected. At this stage Aid, Piggin attended, and later on an apology was accepted from Aid. Gardner, who was indis posed. Before vacating the chair the late Mayor, in the course of a few remarks, slated bo had beon found fault with 011 every occasion by certain aldermen. Aid. Chivell, who felt those remarks applied to himself, stated he had always avoided allowing any personal difference interfering with the respect due to the chair. Aid. Parkin then vacated the chair in favour ...

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(TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 February 1906

(to THE EDITOB.) Sie, — The formation of tho ahovo Leaguo was lhe outcome of a public meeting held in Corowa in November last, occasioned by the great land hung er throughout Kivcnna, which has ever been prominent before the residents of this district, and during the past few months, since the first meetings of our Leaguo, has been more than ever emphasised throughout the whole of New South Wales. The Corowa Closer Settlement League is the first of its kind ever formed in this Slate, and its existence has been more than justified by the large amount of, work it has done in a eomvMi'atively short 6pace of time. Tho lirstslep takon was the conven ing of a large public meeting at which the Leaguo was formed, mem bers enrolled, and delegates appointed to proceed to Sydney to interview the Minister for Lands with a view to asking the Government to take some practical steps in the direction of satisfying the undoubted demand that exists for agricultural laud. A petition signed by a number...

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Commercial. LOCAL RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 February 1906

Commercial. LOCAL RETAIL PRICES. Butter (factory) Is 2d to Is 3d. Butter, (dairy), to lid. Cheese, 9d to lOd. Eggs 7d to 9d. Bacon, 9d to 10J. Ham, lOd to Is. Currants, 5\A tbCd. Raisins, 5dto fid. .- Onions, {per. cwt.), Gs to 7s. Potatoes, 8s. Oats,' 52s 6a. ftrtrf feed, 3si Bl'AP) lSi Pollai-a, Is id. $1oui, 16s to l7s; Gliaffj £3:

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 February 1906

LATEST TELEGRAMS. SVUMIV, Tuesday night. The Full Court to-day i-efusod to allow a Commission lo examine Willis in. South Africa, believing that it is necessary that he be ex amined here in the action, Trequair versus Willis, The Newcastle Synod met to-day for the purpose of electing a Bishop. Tho Jiames of Bishops Stretch and Cooper were mentioned, and it is understood the former will bo chosen. An anonymous dpnor has given 5000 bags of flour to the famine stricken in Japan. Tbe State Parliament has boon further prorogued until April 10th. At tho Lands Commission to-day, it wus stated that Zetz Spa was bore water obtained from u, bore near Dubbo.

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LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 February 1906

LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. Melbourne, Tuesday. Wheat market irregular. Moderate demand only from miller's and small buyers, and fanners arc holding. Sales ranged froju 39 ad to 3s sjd, f/ondon advices shW home market 30s lid per quarter. Bran IiJJ, pollard is ; oats is lid to 26 id ; seed 2s 4d ; chaff 45s to 57S °a\ ' ? Sydney, Tuosday nigbt. Wheat 8s lid to 8s 8 d -, oatu 2s 2d to 2s Si; ouafl£a7sGdto£31os.

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ALBURY FORTNIGHTLY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 February 1906

ALBURt FORTNiSHTLY MARKET. ', fcaXs; It. Gbiffith and Co., report liaX-iiig held Ihcir usual Alhury fortnightly Juhtfctoh Tuesday hist , when they yarded P300fntand store fchcep, 73 head of fat ciittlb and 11 pigs. There was a very large attendance of buyers, aim prices for Loth sheep and cattlo were somewhat firmer Uv.\« previous sate; nnd all lots were keenly competed for.. With the exception of one lot of store sheep, they succeeded in effcet ing nn entire clearance of everything yarded, both iu sheen and cattle. . . Fat Sheep.— There was a very-good yard ing of these, including a number of prune heavy comeback wethers, which nindo up to lGs 5d, other pens made from los fid to IGs 4d ; primo but lighter weights to 15 Id ; medium crossbred and comeback wethers to 18s 8d ; tothers from 12s Id to 12s 6d ; (irinieicavy merino ewes made to 13s 3d ; others from 10s Id to Us ia ; merino wethers, good quality, to 18s 6d ; others from 11s 8d to 12s ; light aud inferior from 10 to 10s 6d. ...

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