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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 February 1906
Cash! Cash! Cash! The Mighty Lever of the Twen tieth Century. When you require Boots and Shoes bring your cash direct to BRAY'S BOOT WAREHOUSE, and you will get the best value for your money that can be obtained in Corowa. BOOTS MADE TO OEDEE AND REPAIRS DONE ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE. e. d. Children's Soleing and Heeling from 1 6 Ladies' „ „ 2 0 „ Pumps „ „ SO Men's Light „ ' „ 3 0 „ Heavy „ „ 3 G ,, Hand-sewn ,, 4 0 NOTE THE ADDRESS:— Robert Bray, GLOBE BUILDINGS, Sanger-st-, Corowa. J. W. BYRNE, Coachbuilder & General Blacksmith, BALLDALE. Vehicles and Implements Made and Repaired. Shoeing and Tyre-Cutting a Speciality. . Workmanship Guaranteed. Local Agtnt for the Sunshine Harvester Company and other wall-knows firms.
WEALTH IN WHEAT. SETTLERS AND THE SOIL HOW TO GET ON THE BEST LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 February 1906
WEALTH IN WHEAT. SETTLERS AND THE SOIL -HOW TO GET ON THE BEST LAND. Everybody interested in the supreme Ques tion of settlement knoirs that the available Jrucia. area ior agricultural settlement it 'gradually eroding less. Keen competition Jar suitable Croup lands ha- .developed a iwramble out of which the vsit majority cnuire disappointed and discounted. Con current with the quest (or farm land, is the anbreciation of nutoral holdings, due to Snore favourable -season*, high rates ruling for wool, and reasonable certainty of ratea be in? maintained. While the Grown vainly cn- deavora to discover attractive areas to meet zeo.uirenmn|8, holders and ownera of rich vaa toral estates are reluctant to withdraw flocks1 for the introduction of the plough. Thus we have two factors operating against oppor tunities for the young yeomanry in Bcarch of arable areas. Never in the hiatory of settle ment in New South Wales has there bren auch demand and discouragement. The pofii* tion is accentuat...
Corowa Directory. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 February 1906
Corowa Directory. FEDERAL ELECTORATE— The Hume. Representative, Sir Wm, Lyne. B.O., Mr. M. J. D'Arey, Albury. Deputy, Mr. S. D. Fraser, Corcwa, STATE ELECTORATE.— Corowa. Member, Mr. R. T. Ball. R.O., Mi-. A. Anderson, J.P. MUNICIPALITY OF COROWA.— Founded 1903. Mayor, Alderman S. W. Thompson. Aldermen — P. K. Ritchie, Richard King, Thos. Parkin (retire 1907), S. W. Thompson, C. L. Lewis, A. A. Piggiu (retire 1908). J. Chivell, F. J. Sauiuions, R. F. Gardner (retire 1909). Council Clerk and Surveyor, Mr. Arthur Bray. Inspector of Nuisances, Rate Collector &c, Mr. F. Fraser. Solicitor, Mr. W. II. Edinondson. The Council meete on first Tues. in eachmonth, at the Council Chambers at 7.30 p.m. PASTURES PROTECTION BOARD.— Chairman, Mi-. A. H. Bray. Members— Messrs. W. W. Killen (Bull Plain), T. J. Gorman (Merton), J. Lonsdale (Muhrala), Geo. M'Clennan (Clear Hills), C. L. Lewis (Corowa), Win. Sherwin (Oakleigh), Secre tary, E. L. Archer. Inspector, Mr. Alex. Campbell. Th-) Board ...
Wahgunyah Directory. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 February 1906
Wahgunyah Directory. FEDEKAL ELECTORATE OF INDI.-EepreBenUtive, Hod. Ium Ieaaci, B.O., Postmaster Beechworth. Begistrar, Poelmuter Wahgun yab. STATE ELECTORATE OF EUTHEEGLEN.— Mr. John Bowier, M.L.A. B.O., and Registrar, Mr. J. Thorpe. FOLICJ?.— CoDitable John Finhyion, Police Magistrate, Mr. J. W. W. j Beaven (Visiting). Clerk of Courts, Mr. F. Bubbb (Chilterc). Justices of the Peace— Mestre. W. C. Bayliss, B. Eilborn, J. Pearce, H. Boeenbloom, B. B. Way. The P.M. visits' every four woeki, Police Court erery Friday at 10 a.m. I CUSTOMS.— Mr. 1. Pope, Sub-Collector. Mr. F. Jit. Temple, Stock j Inspector. 1 BAILWATS— Mr. J. Kirkland, Station Master. I KACE CLUB.— President, Mr. J. Ciillen. Secretory, Mr. James Nugent. POST OFFICE.— Mr. A. B. Bullock (Ueliering) BEGI8TEAK BIBTHS, DEATHS, '&c.— Mr. J. Thorpe. FEEE LIBEABT.— Librarian, Mre. Wilton. CHURCHES — Congregational Church, Bev. T. H. James. 8ecretMr, Mr, H. Chandler. Treasurer, Mr. G. G. Haig. Church of England (Held in...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 February 1906
I Life's happinesS I fl CAN ONLY BE OBTAINED by having a supply of Nerve Force and I H Vitality in your body— the amount of Natural Electricity it contains. ^| ? Take the sap from a tree, what is the result?— It withers ! Drain the ? H Vital Nerve Force from your system— which is the sap of life— what ^| H do you become?— A Miserable, Puny Weakling, unfit alike for toil or ^m pleasure. You lose all energy and ambition in life ; your face becomes drawn and nagged; you get irritable and restless; and you awake each morning with the same tired feeling ; truly a miserable existence. You must always remain in that condition unless you have the amount of Electricity you hare lost replaced, and which mast be injected by means of gentle-flowing currents for a few hours each day. There it only one appliance on earth to give it to you the in way it should be. dr. Mclaughlins electric belt Forces the Electricity into every part of the body without shock or the slightest inconvenience to the we...
Henty Mails. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 February 1906
Henty 3XEa.ils. l'xsf. BiceivcD 10. 80 a.m. 9.30 a.m. FLiaiANT Hills Tues. Mok. Waxlixdool ... Tbub. Wsd. Mcotabls. ... Sit. Fri. Desp. Beceivid 10 80 a.m. 9.80 a.m. Giubbex Jj™- Malls Despatched. G^aEY [ 9.80 a.m. daUy. WAGGA } ' G.P.O. V 8.80 p.m, daily. SYDNEY J Scceired. SYDNEY 1 G.P.O. \ 10.18 a.m. daily. WAGGA J GLmBYj M8p.--d.ily.
WAHGUNYAH POSTAL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 24 February 1906
WAHGUNYAH POSTAL SERVICE. PPKlNGHUlfT aud RUTHER GLEN.— Mails received 10.20 a.m., and despatched II a.m., Monday and Tuesday. MELBOURNE, G.P.O. Spring, hurst and Hutherglen — Received and Despatched 2.5 p.m. daily. Melbourne, Springhurst, Kuther glen, Benalla and WangaratU. — He- ceived 10.36 p.m. daily. Saturday night 9.12 p.m. Despatched 8 p.m. daily, Saturday excepted.
BALLDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 February 1906
BALLDALE. , Some thirty fanners took the trouble to attend a meeting on Mon day night advertised for tbe purpoie 'of lorrniug a branch of the Corowa Closer Settlement League. There was no appearance, however, of the representatives of the League, who seemed quite unconscious of the in convenience they had caused by bringing people a long distance and wasting their time. ? Seizing the opportunity of such t. large attendance, it was decided to hold a meeting and form a branch of tbe Farmers and Settlers' Assooia tion. Mr. F. Wilson was voted to tbe chair, and Mr. H. Uugbes appointed to act as secretary pro torn until a public meeting was held for the pur pose of electing office-bearers, which will be held at Mr. Beard's Hotel on Saturday, March 10. Mr. M. Salmon pointed out brief ly the necessity of forming the Asso ciation, his remarks being received with enthusiasm. Messrs M. Wilson, H. Hughes, J. Mavtin aud J. \V. Byrne also spoke in support of the proposal. Mr. J. W. Byrne moved t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 February 1906
READ LEVY ^ CO'S. Big advertisement for very cheap lines, and send for what you want quickly. LHDIES AND GENTLEMEN, COME TO $cvii d %c'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 and better effects. We take all the care and have all the skill that's necessary for the production of PERFECT PORTRAITS. All the Beauty of a Lady's features and dress is brought out with a delightful clearness and softness in our Lovely Aristotype Portraits. Best of all onr Prices are lowest on record for Hiffli-class Portraiture. SOUVENIRS, On, 7s 6d, 10s (id doz. Cabinct« 10s 6d, 12s 6«f, 15» doz. STAR STUDIOS. ' SKINNER'S PICTURE GALLERY, ALBURY. *
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 February 1906
DilBY SUPERVISION.— Representatives . of the Shires of Uutborgkn, Ghilteru, and North Ovens, and tbe Butherglcn Borough met at the Town Hall, Ruthcrglcn, re cently, to consider tbe Milk Supervision Aot. Mr. Beady (Mayor of Butherglen) occupied uio cnair. it was consiacrea iuac the supervision in tbe respective Munici palities was effioient, and that the Depart ment be informed to that effect. If neces sary, it was docided that the Councils represented form a group for dairy - super vision. It was stated that there 'were 170 dairies iu If orth OveiiB, 100 in Butherglen Shire, 67 in Chiltern Shire; and 6 in tut Butherglen Borough,
Commercial. LOCAL RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 February 1906
Commercial. LOCAL RETAIL PEICES. Butter (factory) Is 2a to Is 3d. Butter, (dairy), to lid. Cheese, 9d to 10J. . Eggs 7d to 9d. Bacon, 9d to lOd. Bam, lOd to Is. Currants, Sid to Cd. Raisins, 5d to 6d. Onions, (per. owt.), 7s to 8s. Potatoes, 9s. Oats, 2s Gil. Fowl feed, 3s. Bran, Is. Pollard, Is Id. flour, 16s to 17e. . . Ouaft.JEg.. ... ? ? _
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 February 1906
One Bottle Cured Him. ' Last summer,' says Arthur Ho] km, of Bolton Bros., Bendigo, Vic, ' I hud a severe attack of Suminer complaint or bowel trouble. For a time I paid no atten tion, sininly let things run along, but find ing it was becoming a very serious matter I concluded to try Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diaarhcsa Remedy, which I had seen so highly recommended iu the papers. Out local chemist sent me a small bottle, and before it was all used I was en tirely well. The pain was stopped by the first dose.' For salo by T. Parkin nnd
EXPENSIVE CLEARING SALE [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 February 1906
EXTENSIVE CLEARING SALE; JtEBBBS; A, A: flGOBf AND Co. report Holding nil extensive clearing sale of fanning $-laiit; htirata, tattle; pigs; slleiin, ic, .it Missis. J. and W: Knight's Fallaiid Lodge, ph.21st,ra6t.,(vhou there wife a large at tendaubb of buyers preseiit from Lockhart, itaraudera, Miilwala, Yarrawoiiga, Wan gatatta, %ringhurst, Lake Rowan, .Hud the surrounding district: The horses which were of exceptionally good quality; elicited keen competition, brood mares realising from £30 up to £S4 12s. The hay stallion Morgan was sold for £80. A feature of the sale was the high prices paid for yearling!, which realised from £15 to £18.' The 2 year-olcl draught stallion, The Joker, was purchased by Messrs. Luckie and Connor, of Tarnnvingec, for £43. The pouy stallion Young Silver King, realised £24 10s. Cows with calves at foot sold from £1 5s to £6 10s ; three-year-old steers, £i 10s per head ; ponies, £G Ts Cd. A line of mixed Shrop shire weaners, 10s per bead ; while pigs w...
Local Government. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 February 1906
Local Government. The Local Government Act came iuto operation on Monday last. The Shires exist as from that date, and as the administration of roads, bridges, aud other public works, which will be transferred to the control of the Shires uuder tbe Act, cannot be so transferred until the nrst Shire Coun cils are elected, the Governor issued a proclamation providing for the con tinuance of the present administra tion by the Public Works Depart ment of what will eventually bo Shire works, pending the taking over of such works by the Shire Councils when elected. Officers of the Local Government branch of the Works Department have dividedeach Shire iuto three rid ings, and these will begazettedinafew days. Arrangements are being made for the appointment of five temporary councillors lor each Shire, whose du ties will be to prepare for the eloc tions of the Shire Council, and the positions are honorary. Tbe tem porary appointments will probably be made early in June, and the elections wi...
COROWA PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 February 1906
eOBOWA PBODUOE MARKET. JOHN D. FEASBR reports holding his orainary weekly market on Saturday 24th inst., in his hew auction room's, when there was a good attendance d buyers present. He sold fowls 3s id to' 3s 3c1 , next-2s 6d to 2S o.d per [fair j young turkeys 2s 3d to 4s fid pair ; ducks 3s 6a pair ; young chickens 5d t- 63 each'; eggs 8d doz. ; small cases of apples ss sd ; nectarines is sd. Furni ture and sundries at good prices. Pri vately on account of owners 4 head fat cattle and springers, delivery gelding 4yrs. at satisfactory prices.
Correspondence. P. A. AND H. SOCIETY AND "SYDNEY MAIL," A/C. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 February 1906
Correspondence. P. A. AND' H. SOCIETY AND ' SYDNEY MAIL,' A/C TO THE EDITOR. SiR, — I note in your issue of 2£th inst., the Sec. of the P.(A. and H. Society in his desire to ' be as gentle as possible ' says of my letter: 'I will call it_a 'mistake.'' Well, that's an easy thing to do, and no reply to my assertion. Kindly let me now quote from a letter received from ' Mail ' Office, deferring to Agricultural Society's ac'cotints, it says : ' We' have made repeated applications for same with out any response. Will you be good enough to let us know tbe result of your call, for upon this we will de cide, etc., etc.' There's not much of a ' mistake' about that, but as the Sec. in his ' gentle '' manner practically chal lenges my veracity, I am quite wil ling, ou tlie strength of . our- respec tive reputations, to let your readers decide winch of us is the more likely to perpetrate ' mistakes.' Now, is Mr. Archer prepared to make a statutory declaration that he did not receive the account...
YOUNGHUSBAND. Row & CO., PROPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 February 1906
TOUNGHCSBAND. ROW & CO., PBOPT. LTD., report their usual monthly saw 011 Friday last, when they offered a good cata logue of skins, hides, and tallow, the offer ings of wool and furred skins being small. Wool.— Crossbred fleece 9Jd to 9Jd, merino 8jd to 9Jd (the quality not compar ing with early wools); nieces GJd to 7d, bellies Cd, lambs (good length staple and not too (seedy) 8}d, short CM to 7Jd, late lambs 5jd ; locks, 2£d to 3d'; scoured, lOjd. Sheepskins.— About 4500 shown. Best merino, free from seed and good staple, 7j)d to 7jd ; medium wool, 7d to 7Jd ; short, GJd to6id; crossbreds, 7Jdto7*d; rough and dry, Od to GJd ; weevily Sd to 5Jd ; Jambs, free from scod, 8|d to 83d ; good skim, 7Jd to 7Ad ; small skins, Sd to 5£d. Tallow.— About 15 tons offered. Bc»t mixed in pipes £'20 2s Cd, medium quality £19 10s to £19 15s, casks £16 10s to £19, tins and oddments £17 2s Od. Hides.— Cnlf in good condition, 7d lb ; 28 to S8llis, G Jd 1 medium weights, 88 to 461bs, 5fd ; cut...
Corowa P. A. & H. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 February 1906
Corowa P. A. & M. Society. A meeting of the Council of the above Society w£s held at the Royal Hotel on Tuesday, morning, fhe President (Mr. H.'Hay) occupied the chair, and there were also present Messrs Guskett, Dr. Walsh, Mork ham, Knight, Dunn, A. A. figgm, Brewer. Sberwin, Izon, and the Secretary (Mr. E. L. Archer). An apology was received from Mr. Morpbett. The minutes were read and con firmed. Mr. H. T. 'Whitty wrote regretting be had to decline the nomination as member of the Council, as be in tended taking a trip to England dur ing tbe year. -He enclosed members suusenpuuii. A circular was received from tbe ' Sydney Mail ' with reference to their Farm Competition. Left over to be dealt with by the new Council. Mr. Brewer, Chairman of tbe Sub committee appointed to deal witb the circular received from tbe Depart ment re increased subsidy, reported that as condition 5 was obligatory, viz., that lectures should bo giyeu to school children,- H was considered impracticabl...
YOUNGHUSBAND, ROW & CO., PRO- [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 February 1906
YODNGHTJSBAND, ROW & CO., PBO PBIETABV, LTD., report holding a sale of farm lnnd ou Saturday, February 17, at the Globe Hotel, Albury, when they offered Mr. T. A. Briese's two farms for salo. The attendance was large and comprised the leading fanners from Walla Walk, Burrum huttock, Henty and Jinder.v. Lot 1—320 acres C.P. land witb home stead and all improvements, situated 10 miles from Albury and 2 miles from Jindora, was, afUir spirited competition, knocked down to Mr. A. G. Briesc at £4 18s Cd per acre, equal to £5 ISs'Cd freehold. Lot 2— 200 acres C.P- land, separated from the homestead by a road, also met with keen competition, and from :i start .it £3 per acre was eventually knocked down to Mr, C. A. Schmidt of Jindera, at £4 10s per acre, equal to £5 5s freehold.