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A POSSIBLE IMPROVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 February 1906

A POSSIBLE IMPKOVEMKM .. - ' I know one improvement I think I'd have made in the human race if I'd directed evolution.' 'What's that?' 'I'd have made tueiv cut their wis dom teeth first instead of last.'

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 February 1906

W. WIESNER and Co., HENTY. -DIEECT IMPOETEES OF . '.'-???'.' Drapery, Boots and 51ioes, Groceries, Ironmongery. &c. The Cheapest and Sest House in the District. Gftbl- and INSPECT OURLARQE and VARIED STOCK. A VISIT WILL flEPAY YOU. OUR PRICES ARE ' LOW,' AND QUALITY ' THE BEST.' M* Patterns and Quotations Submitted THE Farmers' Exchange. W. SCMNELLE, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, ham. Groceries, Butter, Drapery, Bacon, Boots and Shoes, Cheese, Ironmongery, Chaff, Tinware, Bran, Crockeryware, Oats, Fancy Goods. ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE BOUCHT FOR CASH. W COODS OF PRIMEST QUALITY ONLY KEPT. -*f JBDEB8 DY LETTER OR OTHEBWI3E PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO Agekt fob — Queensland Fire Insurance Company. [Established 18FC] tf. JF. Mabereeht, BLACKSMITH, WHEELWRIGHT, JJf E* A/Cr/ \Z And COACHBOTLDEH, £j. £Jg IV 1 X . HORSE SHOEING--^. A SPECIALTY. ^^S&T ? HWING a 8TEAM PLANT and f T3S=^OJlfl lujji'!^!?^!^^- - . ' FIRST.CLA88 WORKMEN, I .fSSfe^^Tv /*^O ?-.''..'ITf 'km' iii. l'mbnt??'™0' ~'~ ? — ^™...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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HENTY NEWS. Send off to Mr. and Mrs, Hovenden. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 February 1906

HENTY NEWS. [FROM OUB SPECIAL BEFBE6ENTATIVE.] Send off to Mr. and Mrs, Hovenden. A social and presentation was ac corded to Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hovenden, at the Scbool of Arts Henty, on Saturday 17th inst. some 60 ladies and gentlemen being present. Mr. A. Eulenstein occupied the chair. Several toasts were proposed and honoured, ' The Kinc.' and ' Odr Guests ' by the Chairman. In pro posing ' Our. .Guests,' Mr. Eulen stein said : — Wo have come to the toast of the evening, namely, that of the health of our worthy and .es teemed guests, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hovenden. Ever since they, have been residents of this towu, they have both distinguished themselves in promoting and furthering the in terests of the district, and the town oE Henty in particular, .more es pecially its local institutions.. Mrs. Hovenden having made her name famous as a teacher of fine arts, her many pupils will find it very hard to replace her, and will greatly de plore their loss. Many of you no doubt remember the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Weather Conditions. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 February 1906

Weather Conditions. Close and muggy weather condi tions still prevail. Threatening changes have appeared, but just as suddenly disappear, and ihe long, de sired change of a good downpour is still wanting. Owing to the bad state of the roads which are cut up into dust holes, wheat carting has been suspended by a great many farmers pending a good fall of rain.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Local Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 February 1906

The Local Court. The P.M. visited Henty on Thurs day and dealt with a long list of cases, particulars of which will be published next week.

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Corowa Police Court. (Before Dr. Lang, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 February 1906

Corowa Police Court. (Bejore Dr. Lang, J.P.) J. Culleu, labourer, using indecent language. The offence was proved by Constable Welby. Fined 10s. or three days in the Corowa lockup. SMALL DEBTS COURT. (Before Dr. Lang, J.P.) H. Wertheim v. F. A. Smith. Postponed. Parkin and Co. v. Mark Trainor, Claim £3 2s. 4d. Verdict for amount with costs, (Before Dr. Lang and Mr. W. L. Taylor, J.P.), T. Parkin v Mark Trainor. Claim £16 10s. 8d. Verdict for amount with costs. . Mr. W. Fallon, on behalf of Mr E. R. Kicolson, appeared for tho plaintiff iu the above cases. LICENSING COUBT. The Incensing Bench (Drs. Lang and Shortt, J's.P.) granted a transfer of the license of the Howlong HoUl from the Exors. of the late E. J. Eaton to L- J. Chapman, also transfer of the Mill Hotel from Henry Wil liams to A. F. Hufiben.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HENTY. Sports Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 February 1906

mm. Sports Meeting. The Secretary of our annual sports gathering desires it to be widely known that the annual meeting will taVe place on Monday, 26th inst , to arranga a programme for the forth coming sports to be held this year, on Easter monday, in lieu of Whit Monday, which has always had had weather conditions to contend with. It is also desired to make a Club of iti the nominal membership fee being 58. Those desiring of joining, and unable to be present at the meeting, can enrol by communicating with the Secretary, Mr. H. Paech.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 February 1906

TBE Vt'EATHEB.— A light (all ot rain on Thursday caused* hreak is the hot weather to the relief of all and sundry. The fall was very alight however, and » good Making downpour would be appreciated, .

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Closer Settlement League. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 February 1906

Closer Settlement League. ? — —? — ? — A meeting of the above League was held on Thursday night, when there were present Messrs. T. Par kin (chair), Gardner, Levy, Cliivell, F. Fraser, Vickers, Gillies, Galbraith, Camplin, Jensen, S. Smith, Fyrth, Innes, Fowler, H. Oswald, McNicoll, King, W. Whitehead, H. S. Bow, G. Hamilton, and Dr. Shnrtr. «n,1 t.lia Secretary, Mr. F. A. Currie. Messrs. Innes, McNicoll, Bow, Whitehead and Hamilton were elected mem bers of the League. The following correspondence was received :— Mr. Hamilton (Pigfim -fc Co.) Berrigan, re making a list of applicants for Nowranie lands ; H. McMillan (' Stock and Station Jour nal,') advised that be hod receivod 270 census papers, tho total amount of cash capital £65,085, plant and machinery £27,500, average wealth per man £342. He also accepted invitation to attend conference ; The Railway Department advise that re turn fares at single rates would be allowed delegates attending confer ence. Mr. E. T. Ball, M.L.A., for...

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On the Fringe of the Crowd. "The Onlooker sees most of the Game." [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 February 1906

On the Fringe of the Crowd. ? [By Onlookeh.] ' The Onlooker sees most ol the G»Jne.' There is a solid streak of humour hanging about some corner of our new Mayor's personality. Tbe other night, when elected, he said straight away he was going to prove a failure as .1 spender, as he could not afford to entertain, etc. Which, by tbe way, is straight, honest, manly talk, that will have tlie admiration of the majority of the ratepayers, whodon't put citizens in these positions for what they can get out of them. All tbe same it was a bit rough when he fodlow'ed up by stating that he in tended to push the ' water supply' on for all, it was worth. Seemed like telling a fellow with a dustladen thirst that there was a ' tap round the corner.' A very serious young woman ex pressed the opinion the other night that it was most improper the way Onlooker talked about ' open-workg' Well, I ilont know ! What are they for, anyhow? It seems an awful waste of good things if a fellow can't admire these...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Burryjaa Weights, [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 February 1906

Burryjaa Weights, The weights lor tho two principal ercnts in connection with the Burryjaa races to he held on Wednesday noxt, were declared on Thursday as follows i — Burryjaa Handicap— Jewel Caeo, '9-5 ; Waratah, 9-2 ; Mirage, 8-0 ; Merry Lucks, 7-18 ; Holy Slotn, 7-10 ; Belle, 7-5; Glen Idle, 7-3; Kitty, 7-0; Dispute, 1-0; Retort, 6-7 ; O.K., 6-7; Daisy Locks, 6-7. Flyiug Handicap Jewel Caw, 9-6'; Waratah, 9-1; Merry Locke, 8-8 ; Mirage, 8-6 -. 8otueday, 8-6 ; Holy Moses, 6-0 ; Golden Hair, 7-8 ; Dis puto, 7-6 ; Kitty, 7-0 ; Glen Idle, 7-0 ; Retort, 6-7.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Correspondence. VICTOR J. DALEY. TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 February 1906

Correspondence. . ? y ???- VICTOR J. DALEY. TO THE EDITOR Sir, — A movement has been inau gurated in Sydney for the purpose of raising a Victor Daley Memorial Fund. It is intended that the pri mary purpose of the Fund will be to nrovide as far as possible for the widow and family of the late poet, who has done so much for Austra lian literature. Mrs. Daley and her children are, we regret to say, in very straitened circumstances. The earnings of a life devoted entirely to letters proved so meagre that, after a long and protracted illness, Victor Daley's last hours were darkened by the knowledge that he was leaving his family almost destitute at the end. In view of the poet's intellec tual heritage to the nation — a heri tage which our best critics contend will last for all time— and in ordinary human benevolence, the promoters of the movement ore appealing with out diffidence to the goneral public for their kindly co-operation and as sistance. I am instructed by the Executive Committ...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 February 1906

GRAVEL- AND STONE CAN BE CURED. IVom Mr. G. Lncta, tobacconist, Kapun da, S.A., 7th December, 1904. ' I hare great plcMiipe in recommend ing Winter'* Safe Cure to anyone troubled with gravel, knowing from personal experi ence what Buffering one undergoes when onoe this dreadful comnlaint is contracted.. and how it unfits him for the most ordinary duties of life. I suffered for alongtiiue And was unable to get relief. My urino vas thick and ropy, and at times 'full ot dark coloured sediment ; at other times it was of a green colour. I was almost afraid to drink anything, knowing the burning pains I would have to endure in urinating. I had a constant desire to pass water, and was unable to retain it for any length of time. 'My stomach was very irritable, my digestion bad with litflo appetite, and sweats at night. I became seriously alarmed after trying many remedies without obtaining any bene fit. ,'A friend, living at Eapunda, who had been cured of the same complaint by Warn er's Saf...

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"Tattersall" [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 February 1906

' Tattersall ' The following article by 'Eibble- den' in last Saturday's ' Austra lasian ' will prove of interest to a large section of our readers : — ' Not-' withstanding the opposition of the Federal Government, Tattersall's : business is growing at an amazing ! rate. Last year was a record, but , this year will exceed it. I was pre { Bent at the drawing of the No. 2 sweep on the Hobart Cup, and watched the operation with interest. The room was filled to overflowing, ladies predominating, and the draw * ing was over in less than an hour. The sweeps are drawn under the supervision of an officer of the Go 1 vernment Audit department, who is the first person to handle the mar bles as they come from the big barrel!, and coll the numbers, which are checked by responsible clerks and members of the. public- The Go vernment' woeivBB about, £60,000 a year by way 6f dividend-tax, and it costs nothing to collect. The Tas manian money invested is only about 3 per cent of the whole, the re ma...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 February 1906

Local and General. THE WOOLPACK HOTEL.— This well known Hotel, at Shannonvale, will be sold by auction on the 3rd March, by Messrs A. A. Piggin 4 Co. Full particulars will be 6eeu *in our advertising columns, but it should he remembered that the subdivision of the Burryja* Estate, now in the hands of the same.firm will eonndorably increase the business capabilities of this fcnug busi ness. Oaklands Cemetery.— The following gentlemen nave boeu gazetted as trustees of the Presbyterian portion of the Oakhnds Cemetery :— Messrs. Francis Patev, Jnr. G. R. McT.cllui, F. W. Rolfs, aud T-. G. McDonald. PERSONAL— Mrs. J. Gullifer, relict of the late James Gullifcr, of I.illiput Station, near Spriughursl, died at the residence of her sister, Mrs. Clarke, of Albury, on Tues day afternoon, at the age of 78 years. Sho had been a resident for over 00 years. The deceased lady wau a sisttr of Mrs. Charles Kuight of Billdale.— Dr. \V. T. Chenhiill, son of tbe lute Mrs. Chcuball of Corowa, has receiv...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Stock Reserves. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 February 1906

' The Stock Reserves. There was a large attendance of members of the Closer Settlement League on Thursday evening, when ah interesting discussion took place on the question of the alienation of tbe Corowa-Davsdale Stock Beserves. Mr. L. Levy said he wished to in troduce a discussion upon a subject which he thought the League should deal with, and that wa* the matter of the Travelling Stock Reserves. He hod no definite idea on the ques tion himself, and wished enlighten ment. There were weighty argu ments on both sides fairly equal, but the weight appeared to him to be in favour of opening the reserves* He did not know whether the reserves were used for the purpose it was in tended or whether leased. If they were not, but were overrun witb rabbits, the sooner tlifey were thrown open for closer settlement the bet ter. The League should express a definite opinion on the subject, as there was a strong feeling among the farmers in the district that the League should use their efforts to ...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 February 1906

TO THE EDITOB. Sir, — I should like as a favor to be allowed to reply to some of Mr. A. A. Piggin's remarks which he matie at the meeting on Thursday last, convened by Mr. Shelly Smith at the Hoyal Hotel, .which I have read in y,\.. i;sue of Saturday last, 17th inst., which I take to be a fair report of tho proceedings. As only one side of the case could be put, through Mr. Piggin raising the ob jection to anyone but those in favor being allowed to speak or vote, I have no other remedy. .. Tho first part of his speech, which is of interest to mo, is where he makes reference to the people aJ joiniug the reserves wanting to get it thrown open so as they can enlarge their holdings. Such is not my in tention. First, I want to get rid of the rabbits which are the cause of considerable loss to me through the destruction of crop and pastures. Secondly, I consider that good land like that should not lay idle. Then ho goes on to say I question his interest in the matter, and considered he ba...

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Commercial. LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 February 1906

Commercial, * ? LAND SALE. Walter L. Taylor & Co., report having sold privately, on behalf of Mr. Edward Dixon, Happy V»Uey, Corona., hia farm, comprising 972} acres freehold land, situated within 5 miles of Corowa, the purchaser being Mr. C. A. Gibson, of Bul gandra. SALE OF FAT CATTLE. A. A. Piggik & Co. report baving sold 75 prime fat bullocks for the exors. late Hon. Win. Wilson, of Goonambil. FAT CATTLE. John D. Fraser reports selling privately 17 head of prime bullocks on account of Mr. J. H. Okeu, Billftbong ; also on account of tbe owner, fat cows and vcalcrs, all at satisfactoryprices. Chas. L. Gbiffith and Co., report having held their usual fortnightly sale iu their Wodonga yards on Tuesday last. There was a very small yarding, and au entire clearance at au advance on late rates, best bullocks making up to £9, £3 Ss 6d, £8, £7 10s ; best cows, £7, £6 10s, £G 2s 6d, «u& from £5 upwards ; fat calves, £i 11s, £4 Ss. Next sale, March G. Mebsrs. Chas. L...

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CABLES. LONDON, Friday Morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 February 1906

CABLES. (Reuters.) London, Friday Morning. Several more members of the Re taliation Party in the House of Com ruouslmve joined the Free Food group. Prince Orloff lias executed 259 suspects, aud recommends maintain ing a strong foroe in the Baltic pro vince*. The Uruosky regiment of Cossacks, objeoting to do police work, mutinied, and are entrenched near Kosboff. Troops have been sent to quell the mutiny, The Singer Sewing Machine Com pany is extending it» buildings in New York, and building a tower of forty storeys, 593 feet high.

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LATEST TELEGRAMS SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 February 1906

LATEST TELEGRAMS ? w Sydney, Friday night, The Full Court hare sustained Millnrd'a, M.L.A., conviotipn, and ordered liii Dame to be struck off the rolls. His solicitors have appealed to the High Court and Millard re tains his seat in the Assembly until their decision is known. The fire in McKonzies timber yard extended to and 'destroyed the nre. naitBB of the Austral Box Factory, and Allen Taylor's timber yards. The insurances are over £20,000 but that will not nearly cover loBsei. The Railway Commission met this morning but at the outset there was a difficulty as to what they were to enquire into. Some inharmon ious relations between the Com missioners were mentioned, but not in connection - with the locomotive contracts,

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