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Land Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 February 1906

Land Notices. Sale at tbe Lands Office, Wagga Wagga, on Wednesday, 14th March, at 12 o'clock, noon. Portion 120, area 155 acres, unset price per acre 15s Od, county Mitchell, parish Sandy Creek. Situated .about 12 miles southerly from Wagga Wagga, and 8 miles south-easterly from Urauquinty Jiailway Station, south of A. Lnndale's portion 76, east of his portions 14 and 70, and north of hin portion 85, and westof A. A. Kaptlmli's portion 115. Upset price includes £5 Cs Id, half value of fence on eastern boundary. Sale at 'Diana on Friday, 16th March, at 12 noon. Portions 8, 4,5, G, uvea 2 roods tach, upset price £G per lot, in the village of Oakland},, fronting Thoruber, Coreen, and Webster streets. Sale at Henty on Tuesday, loth March, 190^ at 12 noon, sharp. Baburl.. 1. ~uls,— No. Ill, area 6a 8r 20p, upset price £30. ~ No. 113, uroa 5a, upset prico £25. No. 114, area 5a Or 5p, upset price £25. No. 115, in, upset prico £20. No. 116, 3a 2r 15p, upset price £18. No. 117, Ga lr 8p, ups...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 February 1906

Farm Sale. By Order ot the Executrix in the Estate late DAVID SINCLAIR, deceased. W. L. TAYLOR & CO. * Will sell by public auction nt their Offices, Eangcr-streot, Corowa, on SATURDAY, 3rd MARCH, 100G, At 3 p.m., Compact Freehold Farm, 640 Acres, couvpriging Portion 73, parish ' of Sandy Ridges, and Portion 427, pirish ot Corowa. Fully improved with house, ivoolshcd, yards, aud sub divided into six paddocks, securely fenced, well watered, all cleared aud largely virgin soil. TISHMS AT SALE. Any further particulars on application to the Auctioneers, . W. L. TAYLOR & CO., Saugor-street, Corowa. Clearing Sale ' HAPPY VALLEY,' COEOWA. Wednesday, 21st March, 1906. W.L.TAYLOR & GO Have received instructions from Edward Oixon, Esq., who is leaving the district, to sell bv_ public auction, WITHOUT The whole of his Extensive House hold Furniture, Kitchen Uten sils, Pot Plants, and Effects. Together with his Plant and Stock, in cluding :— Phaeton, Buggy, Harness, Woolp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 February 1906

HI l\Jnt*tfTl£ltl £11*1/1 C rk. A\^- BLASBALK, Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician, Alburj TEA, COFFEE, AND COCOA MERCHANTS, fSBS3«& 8 w— =£*r~ I 31 . ' ' Albury, f^^^^i^^^^^jF^—.l JH| HAVE much pleasure i» informing tbo Public that the necessity no longer exists for Bending to Melbourne or Sydney for a REALLY GOOD TC*. J^ellory, Watebcs, and Silverware. Ring, for Gentlemen. Silver Shaving Strops^ £-* ij^^^^^B All our T«M »re direct from Growers, handled only by ourselves, mid being EXPERT BLENDERS ,ve guarantee to plense the most fastidious taste, and DEFV COMPETITION. ? ^ R| * f B«bl ' Silver-mounted Cigar Cases. -^T WBBBpjBaBgHj^B MT Send for Trial Package of our Delicious Teas. 11 JL sendee. ' w2m« wngT' Inverts 1^. ^ ^BBiBI ik tins; w*, ««-. w* 28.U. in chests s- 6o.b,, 801b,, 1001b, At . Is, Is 3d, Is 6d, Is 9d, and 2s per If Here ,s a lovely 9ct. OoId b^,, -SSITrSS: iFJrfHL ^ ^g&gjr AND COMPAEE IT WITH ANY TO BE HAD IN THE COMMONWEALTH. J. «t with red stone only...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 February 1906

Lbcal and General. \1 Tub Watbb somtjY.— Mr. Adams, acting C.r.S. has received 'plans and spocU ficatlous of the Corowa water supply Bcheuie which are on vien- ill bis ofli-tt; HEXTY»ISltSERVRS,-^Mr. It, T. fiiilli M.L.A., vired lnst night to advise that mu iMiuisier lor jjuuos (atr. Jas. Asnton) will vi.it Henty on the 12th March1 to In spect the Ipeal reserves as arranged, lit. Aslitoii will also attend the smoke social to be held iii the oveniug: YOU FP.EI,VDULL.— It your liver is sluggish and out of tone, and you feel dull, bilious, constipated, lake ndoseof Chamber lain's Stomach ana Liver Tablets tonight before rctiiiug, and you will foe! nil right in ihe morning. For sale by T. Parkin, and CO.* ' » ' '? NEW PHGMISES.— Mr. Q. It Grant who has the contract for erecting new offices «nd auction rooms for Messrs. W. L. Taylor and Co., has started operations. The new premises which have been designed by Mr. A. C. McKnight tho mill-known architect, will be built ot brick and be of h...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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WHAT THE FUTURE HOLDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 February 1906

WHAT THE FUTUbti HOLDS — — * ? There are many iieahli3r signs to warrant the belief that Ihe Gorowa district is about to witness a re markable development. There lias been of late a steady increase of settlement going ou, and the public are aware of the continual agitation prevailing iu favour of Closer Set tlement. Seventeen iiew sealers have driven in their stake ou the Noivranie Lauds, and there is everj' probability of further Crown Lauds being thrown open. Nor is private enterprise wanting'. Following up on the announcement that WaUinu drie and Tarramia estates are to be subdivided, conies the welcome in telligence that the Burryjaa holding close to the town of Corowa, is also to be sold in small areas. It is hard to realise what this increase of producers will mean to the town, if our citizens are progressive and eager to take advantage of the op portunity that offers. Despite all that has been said and written of the benefits of Closer Settlement, the magnitude of its possibi...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Closer Settlement. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 February 1906

Closer Settlement. A circular was received by the Council of the P. H. aud A. Society at their meeting of Thursday, from Mr. F. A. Currie, Secretary of the Closer Settlement League, asking the co-operation of the Council, and that tbev would appoint a delegate to the conference. The Chairman (Mr. Hay) : I do not think it comes within the scope of the Society to send a delegate. Tbe Secretary then, at the request of tbe Chairman, read rule 2 as fol lows;. — 'The object of tbe Society shall be to promote the improvement of tbe breed and quality of stock, and to encourage a spirit of emula tion unionist all engaged in pastoral, agricultural aud horticultural pur suits, by offering prizes to be com peted for periodically for the best exhibits or stock, agricultural pro duce, machinery, implements, wines and horticulture aud otherwise.' Mr. Dunne did not think the mat ter came within the scope of tbe Society, and moved that the secre tary of the League be advised to that effect. Seconded...

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LATENT TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 February 1906

LATEJjt TELgGSAMS. Stdnet, Tuesday night. It has been decided to send Cecil Healy the crack swimmer to Athens, to represent Australia at the famous Olympian games. Healy will start at once. At the Railway Inquiry Commis sion, a number of letters and other documents were submitted, with reference to building engines by the Clyde Engineering Company, which tended to show that the Premier (Mr. Camithers) preferred to act on the estimates of the Chief Mechanical Engineer (Mr. Throw) to making an experiment: The Attorney General (Mr, Wade), assured' a deputation to-dfty, that bo steps would he neglected to exhaust all possible means of finding out tbe true character of stay club for which registration was sought. The High Court bas granted leave to appeal in the case of Trequair 7 Willis.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 February 1906

Suffered Three Months. ' Mylittlogirl suffered for throe 'months from Whooping Cough,' says A. Kilborn, Carltou, Vie.., ' and during that time I had the best medical advice for her, hut she ob tained no benefit. One day I was looking over a little nowspapcr issued by the Chamberlain Medicino Co., and, seeing wh:it they claimed Chamberlain's Cough Remedy would do, decided to give it a trial. I am glad I did, for a perfect cure resulted, and I cannot Break too highly of Chambor iain's Cough Remedy.' iJTot sals by T.

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 February 1906

Personal. Mr. D. M. Brennan an old resident of the town 'and a one time member of the Corowa Postal staff is in Corowu at present. Mr. Brennan is un mainly in connection ' with the salo of his property the Woolpack hotel, which takes place next Saturday, and has taken advantage of the opportunity to meet many old friends. Like most visitois who knew the town in the old days he sees many signs of progress in the town and district, hut misses the faces of some old friends who have heard the ' lost summons.' We regret to loam' that Mr. P. A. Currio is at present indisposed, and had to coll in the services of Dr. Lang on Monday. Mr. G. H. Reid, ICC, leader of the Federal Opposition, attained the age of Gl years yesterday. It is 20 years ago since he entered parliamentary life, and 23 years ?mice first ho liecamo a Minister of the Crown. His connection with the Bar dates from 1B79. . ??.??. Mr. John Thompson, son of the late Mrs. Ellen Thompson, left yesterday for Parkes, where he has se...

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CABLES. (REUTERS.) LONDON, Tuesday morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 February 1906

CABLES. (Reuters.) London, Tuesday morning. W. K. Vandorbilt. the American multi-millionaire, while motoring in Pisa knocked down a little girl. The townspeople mobbed the motor car, and Vauderbilt drew a revolver. Tlie mob showered fruit, vegetables and mud at the occupants. Mrs. Vanderbilt fainted. The Cari bineers (local police) rescued Vander bilt just when be was being dragged out of the car. Twenty thousand mounted Basu tos at Masru ovationed the Earl of Solbourne, the High Commissioner in South Africa, and proclaimed their fealty to King Edward. A tidal wiive, following on an earthquake, is estimated to have drowned 2000 people on tlie South Coast dt Columbia: Witbih Iidlf ah hour of the receipt ofd surprise iiiobifisatidn telegram, sent frbin the Admiralty .to1 Ports mouth', two reserved divisions *e're ready fdr soit;

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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 February 1906

Sporting Notes. The Burryjnn luces eveutuato to day. Very satisfactory entries hav ing been received for the principal events, good fields should reBult. Mr. Shelly Smith informs us that good entries are also coming to hand for the other events, and altogether the programme to be submitted this afternoon should prove most enjoy able and exciting. The Border Brass Band has been engaged to play selections during the afternoon, and their ?presence will no doubt bo greatly apprcoiated. Thus Sydney ' Dally Telegraph ' : A Corowa paper tells the following : — ' Mr. W. Younger, the owner of the 14.1 pony Bid (late Alma) which is racing iu Sydney; has refused an offer of £700 for the pony. It is Ills intention to take the flier to India.'' The ' Telegraph ' adds :' ' It would be. interesting to kiib'w wiid-made the offer'.' The' pony Bid, referred J*j in tlie foregoing jiavagi:ap'li, was disqualified for life at the E.ich'mohd (Vip.) pony races liist week. Her traihei- and rider shared a si...

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SYDNEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 February 1906

SYDNEY MARKET. Wheat sold on Monday from 8s Id to 3s ljd. There was no export business and farmers were not inclined to sell at present prices. Branbags were firm at 4s Od.

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LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 February 1906

LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. Melbourne, Tuesday. Wheat firm, witu moderate inquiry at 3s 2d to3s 2JJ ;. Ijrau iijd to is; pollard is ; oits 2s 2?d to 2s. 3d, medium 23 ; chaff 508 to 60s.

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Sad Case of Suicide. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 February 1906

Sad Case of Suicide. At the inquest touching the death of Ida Hodge, who took muriatic acid on the eve, it is alleged, of her marriage, facts were elicited which went to show that on Saturday after noon last a young man named Calvin rode up to the residence of Mr. Sulli van, a school teacher, where Miss Hodge lived, and handed her the following note from her intended husband, Thomas Walla. Tlie letter ran : — ' Ida, we will have to break our engagement. I cannot make you my wife under the existiug circumstances. You will think this hard. It is very hard for me. Ac cept £5 from.a broken-hearted man.' It appears that the young woman gave way to temptation with a man about four years ago, and this was the cause of the broken engagement. It transpired that Walls received an anonymous letter a few days before the suicide of Miss Hodge, and the unfortunate girl admitted the facts. A verdict of suicide was recorded. Exohange,'

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SYDNEY. Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 February 1906

SYDNEY. Tuesday liielit. Wheat 3s Id to Ss lid ; oats 2s 2jd to 2s 3d ; chad £8 7s Od to £3 10s.

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Cricket. COROWA v TEACHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 February 1906

Cricket. COEOWA v TEACHERS. A good game was enjoyed on the local ground ou Saturday. Corowa met a team of district school teach ers arranged by Mr. C. Grice. The visitors went to the wickets first, and put up a creditable score of 114, Buckridge, 0} Warmatta, being chief scorer with 30. Henderson was more deadly than usual with the leather, snapping 6 wickets for 54 runs. The match was played with 12 aside. A Bayliss caused four deaths behind the wickets, stumping two and catching two. Mclnnes maintained his enviable reputation, belting the leather for 59 aud then retiring. Henderson also retired with 24 up. Dr- Lang did not bat. A return match will probably be ar ranged. Following are the scores : — Tisachkus. Hughes, o and b Henderson ? 0 Buckridge, st A. Baylies, b Henderson 30 Lawler, e A. Bayliss, b Mclnnes ... 8 BriM, st A. Bayliss, b Henderson ... 8 Batten, b Ieon ? 25 Rtsui, l- Iron ? 15 John ton, c A. Bayliss, b Dr, Lang ... 0 Powoll, not out ? 14 Arkint. run out ? ? 1 McKi...

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SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 February 1906

SYDNEY' LIVE STOCK MARKET. SYDNEY, Monday.— At Hoincbush to day 9,203 sheep and Limbs v.'eie penned. The sheep mainly comprisod light and use ful merino wethers, with occasional pens of prime and odd pens of extra prime, and a sprinkling of merino ewes, chiefly fair to prime quality. Crossbreds were well repre sented, and ranged from young and light to extra prime and heavy. Merino wethers brought 10s to IDs 8d ; crossbred wethers, 11s to 17s; extra prime to 19s; merino ewes, Gs to 13s; odd pens, as low as 4s; crossbred ewes, 8s Cd to 15s Oil ; extra to 17s lid. Iambs, which wore in light tup ply, brought 7s Cd to 13s ; odd pens fo 13« 9d. 895 cattle were yarded. Bullock* sold from £5 10s to £10 10s ; odd yards to £11 ; cows £4 10s to £7 15s. Best Lecf, 21s to 22s per 1001b.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 February 1906

/ ^^ ytiE fiUTHERGLEN pURNISHING ^flKEHOUSE. jl^^^^^^^lj, The largest Stock in the North-East. ^11 Wiy^f'SM^ ? A few -Special Lines for the Season — a^^fll ^^?''^=J^^fV^^^Sk '\aTiee DOORS, Wibe (adjuskble) Window Frames, Deck Chairs (ant-proof), Wicker Fuhniture, Verandah Blinds, nil -- 1 fessal! JLg-ggEgsg^gaagllegsMBwll V' sizes (only the Best kept in stock), Loukges, Linoleums to please everybody — over 50 pieces to select from, Dhawixg |p^3j Wga^' ~ ~ ? bIIS^m Eoom, Dining Boom, and Bedhoom Suites, Bedsteads and Bedding, Peajis aud Go-Cams, Fekders and Irons, Carpet :^lj ||l|f|§l§y^^ H| liPlfll Om- long experience in. the FURNITUBE BUSINESS is a guarantee that you will get reliable goods at the Lo\vest Prices. IIS iJliiiiiP^ ' till 1HI ? Inspect the large and varied -Stock — New Designs every week. ? «J1 11^*5^^ IllrtJH ALL COOD$ CAREFULLY PACKED AND DELIVERED FREE. irJ»-*— -^'j p^ jf/^C^^f*' IK— 1— ==Jh- Write for Prices and Designs to — WWkW Pt S. YOUNKMAN and Co., ^miUgl limt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 February 1906

Hudson's Hedical Hall. WITH SUMMER COME EYE COMPLAINTS. For Thirty-Three Years THREE FAMOUS REMEDIES have thriven in Riverina. Golden Eye Drops ? 2s Golden Eye Ointment ? 2s -? Golden Fly Lotion... ? is POSTED EVEBYWHERE. THEY FIX: Bad Eyes, Sore Eyes, Inflamed Eyes, Weak Eyes, Fly-Bitten Eyes. Q I LLI ES, CHEMIST, COROWA. For Christmas Presents and New Year Gifts 13' INSPECT H. Rosenbloom's WELL-ASSORTED STOCK OF Watches, Jewellery, Silver=mounted and E P. Goods, Clocks, etc. Reliable Keyless Lever Watches from 12s 64 H. R©SENBL©©M, WflTCHrtflKER flNCk JEWELLER, ? eeRewa. I lib r rlAnlllAwY, next post office, corowa |y| WILMOTS HEADACHE WAFERS, A nfe and effective cure for all forms of Headache. Is per box. H ? ~ r PROVED REMEDIES. E Dr. Beaney»s Blood and Liver Pills, ANEX^S^AMILV Ej . WILMOTS LIVER MIXTURE, 3s PER bottle. A^ E. WILMOT, Pharmaceutical Chemist. Agent for the celebrated Eurstvillc and Camden Nurseries. Choice Stock of Flowering Plants, etc., on hand. T. PflKKIN^CO.,...

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Dairy Fanning. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 February 1906

Dairy Fanning. In the course of an interesting ad dress delivered by Mr O'Callnch&n, the Government expert on tbe above subject, at Corowa recently, 'he said that while the district vraB not ripe for dairy farming, they were not be fore their time, as the matter wanted -well thinking out, and should not be treated in a haphazard vrav. The imports of butter into Eng land in 1905 was £100,000,000. Forty years ago it was only £7,000,000. The increased popula tion and decreased cost of production would cause a still greater demand. The consumption increased. Dairy ing was the greatest rural industry as shown by the world's figures, the output being greater 'than the .wheat returns, leaving Asia out of both calculations. In Australia the cost of production was lighter than Denmark and other countries where they had to house their stock. There was no danger of over-production in their day. Germany alone could ab sorb all the butter Australia pro duced. The people of the East were ...

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