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Presbyterian Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905

Presbyterian;,,Concert. The conoert held in connection with the Presbyterian Church Anni versary was held in the School of Arts on Wednesday evening, and was very successful. The management had spared no effort to that end, and were rewarded with a very good attendance. The stage was beauti fully decorated with jardinieres and vases filled with masses of arum lilies, the stiffness of which was splendidly counterfoiled by gorgeous and graceful sprays of Bankshire roses. The effect was very pretty, and set off the stage well. The footlights were wisely left unlit, but it would have been an improvement if a little more light could have been obtained from the wings. Owing to the non-arrival of two of the per formers, who were detained by sick ness, the entertainment was a little late in starting. There were also several severely lone waits between the items. This is a pity, as it tires the audience, and tends to demerit the efforts of the performers. Apart from this the entertainment wa...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Attraction. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905

Attraction. ATTRACTION, hred by Mr. Wm, Hogan, of Kyneton, is a handsome bright buy colt, foaled November, 1901, stands 16j hands ,tigh on good feet, with lots of nice qualitv bone and hair, and flue action. His SIRE,' Lord Clyde ; gr.indsire, Clydes dale Hero (imported from Kew Zealand), was one of the most successful prize-takers and prize stock getters that ever stood iu Australia. G grandsire Clydesdale Hero ; g g grandsire Craw-ford's Lord Clyde (imp.), who before leaving Scotland gained seven first prizes'at local shows, second prize at the H. S. Bhow, in 1SG7, and first prize at the H. S. Show, Aberdeen, in 1S66. At traction's DAM Hose, by Baruton (2.590, imp.) ; granddam by Heather Jock ; g granddam by Lothian Tarn (imp.). At . traction comes on both sides from the best blood ever imported to Australia, and he cannot fail to develop into a valuable sire. He is winner of first prize as a yearling at Glenlyon , Frauklin , and Daylesford show in March, 1903. As a two-year-old h...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Religious Notices. SERVICES FOR OCTOBER, 1905. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905

Religious Notices. Services foe octobeb, 1905. Church of England.— Divine. Services will (D.V.) he held as follows : October 22, Corowa (H.C.), 11 and 7.80. October 29, Mulwala (H.C.), 11 ; Corowa* 7.30. 'Preacher, Lord Bishop of Riverina. W. CLABKE HOSE, Archdeacon. Chuech of England, Wahguntah. — Servioe every Sunday at Wahgunyah State School at 11 a.m., A. J.'E. HAEBIS-RtVETT. CATHOLIC CHURCH. — Mtiss will be cele brated as follows: First Sunday of every month, Corowa, 8 a.m. ; Howlong, 11 a.m. Fifth Sunday of every month, Corowa, 8 a.m. ; Lowesdale 11 a.m. All other Sun days, Corowa. fl and Ita.m. October 2T, Mr. Tenney's (LowdBdale), 10 a.m. REV. P. HlCKEY. PBESBYTEBIAN CHUBCH.— Corowa, 11 a.m. ; Howlong, 2.80 p.m. ; Corowa, 7.80 p.m. HEV. A. McWaTT-ALLAN. METHODIST CHUECH, Corowa. — Ser vices as follows on Sunday next, October 22 : Corowa, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. j Burryjaaj 8 p.m. . ' ; ; ?' * Rev. g. b. black. Oongbboational Chubch, Wahgun yah. — Services will be heW as follow...

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On the Prince of the Fringe Crowd. "The Onlooker sees most of the Game." [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905

On the Fringe of the Crowd. ? [BY ONLOOKER.] 'The Onlooker sees most of the Gome.' I see Chief Justice Madden origin ated a new method of dealing with a would-be suioide. the other day. In stead of sending him to gaol, His Honor expressed his pity for the accused and sent him away with the advice to try and look on the better side of things. Generally, the law, with a serene disregard for common sense, sends the unfortunate who has decided the question of 'To be or not to be,' to his own satisfaction, to languish in gaol for a period. Such treatment can only serve to increase his morbid desire for extinc tion, and the Chief Justice deserves a pat on the back for his breezy, com monsense attitude. No doubt it is a wise provision to remand such unfor tunates for medical examination, yet, at the sdine time, to the cynical mind, there seems a kink wrong in the community paying for the keep of a u:f:2 whose main anxiety is to get off ihe face of the earth as soon as ??*.?- sible. The fol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905

J. SOUTHGATE, Wood and ?-?.-?:.? Wat^r Carter, RIVER-STREET, _ COR OWfl , WISHES 'to state that he can supply wood and water to order at lowest rates and at shortest notice. TO STftNb' THjS SEHSON ' —AT- ' ' Fairland lodge,. Col lendjna, AND TBAVEIi *HE.6UBR0UIsT)n«} DIS TRICT, THE PURE BEED CLYDESDALE STALLION. Morgan. Hie Pedigree is well-known throughout the district. He has proved himself a cure foal-getter, and his young stock have turned out exceptionally good. TEEMS.— £3 10s ; hall guarantee £2 10s dunce. — ALSO — THE PURE-BRED CLYDESDALE STALLION.

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LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. MELBOURNE, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905

LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. Melbourne, Friday night. Wheat quoted at 3s 6Jd to 8s 7d ; oats are dull, heavy feed 2s Id to 2s l|d ; potatoes, Ballarat prime £8 10s to £9 ; onions, prime to medium £20 ; flour, export demand dull, £7 15s to £8. Some asked how pearls did grow, and where I Then spoke I to my girl to part her lips and show me there The quarrelets of poarls, purchassd, of course, from the leading Dentist, B. H. BOLL.* . ?

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905

S Local and General. ; Trafalgar Day.— To-day being the centenary of the Battle of Trafalgar) the aooount published in another column will be read with vniversal interest. Land Application. — An annlica tion 'for an additional homestead selection of 191 acres, portion 77, parish of Goomburgona, was lodged by Edmund Clear on Thursday last. A Correction-- — In our report in last issue of the collection made for the Hospital Sunday Fund by the Mayor, (Aid. Parkin), 1;he item Btin dries should have1 been 12/1, and not 2/1, Messrs. Kitchen and Sons should also have been credited with a donation of £1/1/-, which hod been received by the .-Mayor. . GoveknmeSt Tenders.— Tend- ers for the lease of '-81oa.ee Tank,' on the Mulwala to Savernake Road will be received by the Department of Public Works up to November 6th. The lease carries with it an area of 10 acres, and has 4J years currency dating from Deeember 1, 1905. EE-OPENING HotEFIELD SCHOOL. — The following letter bas been re ceived from...

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Commercial. MELBOURNE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905

Commercial. , ? MELBOURNE MARKET. Wool. — The wool sales opened on Wednesday afternoon to a large at tendance of buyers. There was good competition. Prices are higher than last season ; merino 5% to 7\%, and xbred 10% higher. Greasy sold up to 12$d, and scoured 24£d: Prices yesterday were well maintained. Continental buyers outbid both the English and American representatives. Wheat. — Supplies offering freely from the country, but not much business negotiated at ruling figure, 3s 7d. New wheat, forward delivery, quoted up to 3s 4d. FJour quoted at £7 15s to £8 ; bran Is ; pollard scarce at Is 4d. Oats. — There has been a good en- ? quiry for export, sales at 2s 2d, medium Is lid. Chaff.— Prime is worth 67s 6d to 70s ; ordinary 55s to 60s. Potatoes. — Market steady; me dium £7, prime up to £9. Onioks. — Onions are quoted up to £24 for Californian; Portuguese, £16 to £18. SYDNEY MARKET. The wool market holds firm at full values for all good wools, while short, burry, and otherwise fa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905

The 'COROWfl CHRONICLE/1 Published Wednesday and Saturday, is [ the Leading Paper. Get One! Price, Threepence. I JOB PRINTING A SPECIALTY. Try us if You want Satisfactory Results.

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Friday Afternoon. THE LIQUOR BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905

LATEST TELEGRAMS. (Reuters.) Sydney, Friday Afternoon. THE LIQUOR BILL. The Legislative Assembly, which has spent most of the week debating on the Liquor Bill, had another all night sitting last night. Obstructive tactics were indulged in by a small section, despite the Premier's remon strances, but no important amend ments were made.

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905

Personal. The Premier of New South Wales received a cable message on Wednes day from Sir Harry Rawson, stating that Lady Rawson remained seriously ill, and her condition was causing grave anxiety. Messrs Clinton Bros, are again growing some record crops. We were shown a beautiful sample of wheat from their property, with a length of 5ft. 10in., and well-headed even quality. Porter Brown left Corowa on Thursday for Junee, where he will take up the duties of bead porter at the goods sheds. Mr. Brown's suc cessor at Corowa is Porter Carson, son of Mrs. Carson of Hopefield, who has recently been stationed at Albury. Some seventy members of the legal profession assembled in the Third Civil Court on Wednesday morning to congratulate Judge Box on his elevation to the bench. The spokesman, on behalf of tbe bar were Mr. Puives, K.C. and Mr. S. McArthur, who said that Judge Box's appointment, being based on genuine merit, gave thorough pleas ure and satisfaction. A charming juvenile gathering...

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THE MILLIONAIRE'S BRIDE (COMPLETE IN THIS ISSUE.] [COPYRIGHT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905

THE MILLIONAIRE'S BRIDE, (conzns i» tins asm.1] By JOHN K. UTVS. t foorruoan.] ~*7T»» unnsoM ? Wlfcrnt to detail the cirouv6ta&» cob under which I be rOame oonfi 1 dential clerk — * and assis tant to my I old Khoolfel Ion, Lndovio Btevne, eolioi ror. The fol lowing u an amount of a remarkable oaae which oo oupled us for aome time — one of the moat remarkiAle, I venture to think, that m ever brought to a eolioitor't office. Oue mominfr, while Steyne was from some, a card was. brought to me bearing the ?ame: AT.T.tTJ F. CORBETT. - I knew that an American millionaire oallel Oorbctt was then residing in L tidon : and it occurred to me that tliii might be th« aame man. It turned out that I was riffht. 'Show him in,' aaid I; and the next moment a young man not yet thirty, with fair natr, a ple««iit but rather weak face, and a dispirited air, entmd the room. '? When will Mr. Steyne be backF' was the Gnat thine he said. 'To-night or to-morrow morning,' Ire plied. ' Perhaps yon would...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905

Corowa postal Servm*-^ ARRIVALS and DEPARTURES. SYDNEY. Monday ? Tnsaday ? Wadnudt; ? Thursday ? Friday ? Saturday ? T.P.O.— SOUTK. Monday ? Tossday ? Wedn»id»y ? Thnrtday ? Friday ? Saturday... MELBOUBNB. Monday ? Tue»d«y ? W«dDMdty ? Thursday ? Friday ? 8altuday ? ARRIVALS. 10 SO am. lOa.m ; 10.46 p.m. 2 90 p.m. 10 a.m , 10 45 p.m. 2 30 pm. 10 a.m., 9.16 p.m. 10 a.m, 10 a.m., 10 45 p.m. 0.16 p.m. 3.30. 10.30 a.m, 3.30 p.m. 10.18 ».m. 2 20 p.m. 10 a m. 3.80 d m 10.45 p.m. 3.20. 10 a m, 8.20 p.m. 9.18 p.m. ft' DESPATCHED. 11 a.m. 12 16 p.m., 3 p.m. 7.10 a m. 13.15 p.m., 3 p.m - 7.10 a.m. 7.10 a m. and 8.86 p.m. 11 a.m. 11 a.m 11 15 p.m, 7.10 a.m 7.10 a.m. 13.16 p.m. 7.10 am. 710 a.m. 7.10 a m.,'|U a.m, 7,10 a.m., 1.80 p.m. 7.10 am 7.10 a.m, 3 80 p.m. 7.10 am. 7.10 a m , £.10 p.m. T.P.O.—VIOTDBIA.—J JO daily. 8am* as Uaibosra*. Sundaye EioepUd. 11 ALBUBY. Monday ? Tuesday ? Wednesday ? Thursday ? Vridar ? Batordaj... H0WX0NO. Monday ? Tuesday ? Wadnnday ? Thursday ? Friday ? Baiurday...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905

eOReWA FANCY GOODS DEPOT, ? Sanger-Street. ? FANCY GOODS, Toys, Stationery and Confectionery Depot, Tobacconist, Cricket ing and Fishing Material, Musical Instruments, Glassware, 'etc. Agent for Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment and Sew Discovery for Coughs and Colds, Digestive Tablets. All sizes of Pictures framed at the shortest notice at reasonable prices. Have you a Hobby ? If not, gg Mtp H^^fe Y not cultivate one? IE \|G&^ l^^H AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHY ***X ^'9H therewith has been considerably reduced by being I^flfejMt DaHaaifl able to buy your materials and appliances . L&bBB^^H «3^^B RIGHT ON THE SPOT . $&^Bm£§^^ ''GEORGE PARKIN'S \?3^8|Ill he can show you all the goods you require in this ^V****^^'' ^F W.* line— ^Victor and Windsor Cameras, etc., Tripods, ^ r^*' Printing out Papers, Self Toning Papers, Senoitized Post Cards, Imperial P.O.P., Mounts, Lamps, Printing Frames, Dishes, Developing Solutions, Bromide and Gaslight Papers, Chemicals, etc., are being...

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Condensed. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905

Condensed. A Bill has been introduced in the New Zealand Parlinment to bring private hospitals under Government inspection and control. A grand bazaar, arranged by the ladies' committee in aid of the Show funds, will be opened in the Town Hall Butherglen, on Saturday evening and continued during Show week. The Cunard liner Campania, 12,950 tons, when off the Great Banks of Newfoundland, shipped a great wave, which flooded the decks. The people who were oil deck were dashed about like corks. Five steerage passengers were swept overboard, and 30 others wore more or less seriously injured. Viscount Hayashi, the Japanese ambassador, interviewed in London, said that Australia is not likely to be troubled with Japanese immigrants, as both Manchuria and Korea require development, and these countries could absorb from 5,000,000 to 10,000,000 more of her people than Japan can spare. James Glover, an old resident of Campbolltown Creek (Vic), has died in a hut in which he lived alone for years...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905

GEORGE W. FJGGINS, Bicycle Works, Sanger-street, Corowa. MACHINES built to order from £10 10s to £14 10s, with 'l2 months' guarantee Eampleg of which cnu lie seen on the premises. All our Machines are carefullv trctod before dcliveiy, and the finish and staving powci is of the best. LADIES' AXD GENT'S BIKES FOR HIKE. Acetylene Gas Lamps all prices. Parts of Machine, kept in stock, or made to order. We repair all classes oi Bicycles and Guns. Enamelling done on the premises. i ft M Life's happinesS CAN OXI.Y BE OBTAINED by having a supply of Nerve Force and Vitality in your body— the amount of Natural Electricity it contains. Take the sap from a tree, wlial is the result?— It withers! Drain the Vital Nerve Force from j our svslein— which is the sap of life— what do you become ?— .A Miserable,' Puny \Vc-akliug, unfit alike for toil or pleasure. You lose all energy and ambition in life ; your face becomes drawn and hajRed ; you get irritable and restless ; and you awake each morning wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905

SKCI1L ME SHE. TWO bHYS1 SflLE. AT COROWA, r. . ?-..,. :ON ; ;, ? THURSDAY & FRIDAY 2nd& 3rd November, {Gomlnencing at 10 O'clock, Sharp). 260 — HEAD HORSES — 250 850- — HEAD HORSES — 250 — KOtUDKG— 200 MAGNIFICENT DRAUGHTS. A. A. Piggin & Go. Announce that they will hold a Large Special Horse Sale at Corowa on THE ABOVE DATE, wjien they will yard posi tively 200 Head of Horses, including a Special Line of — On account of MB.- JOHN MOBmSSEY, Qnat Quatta: — 100 Draught Geldings and Fillies, from 3 to 6 years old, broken and unbroken, di rect from the Lachkn River, Cowra, N.S.W. This line will undoubtedly comprise the finest lot of Draughts ever offered in the Corowa sale yards. They will include all classes suitable for heavy work, and farm sorts, and are in splendid condition. Good judges who have seen them report them undoubt edly a high-class line, and every horse will be offered for absolute sale. fiO Selected Draughts ; nothing better in the State ; 3 and...

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The Farm and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905

The Farm and Station. The Lincoln stud slieep on the Goodwood Estate, Waminiubool dis trict, have yielded some heavy iieeces. One six-tooth ram cut 341b., and 18 four-tooth ewes cut from 1811) to 241b each. Some 6plendid returns are being obtained by potato-growers at No where Creek, near Ararat. Mr. Hanlon had seven acres under crop, and obtained a yield of 15 tons per acre, which he sold at £6 2s 6d per ton, realising £600 for the crop. A grazier in the Goornoug district, near Bendigo, reports that he pur chased a flock of ewes early in the year at 17/ each, and sold their lambs last week for freezing at 13/ per head. He expects to obtain about 6/ worth of wool from each sheep, and soon after shearing sell them as fat6 for about 14/ per head. At Mr. W. A. Taylor's Renny Hill . Farm, near Camperdown, experi ments with sulphur as a preservative for hay have boon carried out, with great success. A largo stack which was plentifully bestrewn with the powder has kept beautif illy dry an...

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Diarrhoea. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905

Diarrhoea. Diarrhoea, in its first stages, can be cured by a few doses of that pleasant, reliable and effectual medicine, Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. In many in stances one dose is sufficient, but as a rule three or four doses are necess ary. It is a good thing to keep it in the house. Get a bottle to-day ; it may save a life. For sale by T. Parkin, Corowa.* Providing for Drought. — The effects of recent years' droughts, a farmer in the South Australians-wheat areas says, are both seen and felt by the stock-owners in his locality to day, and in many cases the.evidences are likely to remain for some time. Recollections of good dairy cows and herds of young cattle, which, in due course, could have been sold to the butcher or used for the meat supply of the farm, together, with flocks of sheep, actually starved to death, he considers are not pleasant matters to write about, but, if combined experi ences can tend to mitigate the evils in future periods of scarcity...

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LATEST SPORTING. By WIRE-REUTER. MELBOURNE, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 21 October 1905

LATEST SPORTING. By WrEE— Eeuteb. ' Melbourne, Friday night. 'Maivolip' tips BoabdjJ or Torah to win the Cup, with Marvel Loch and Emir next. * *. * The following prices were on offer to-dav : 6 to 1 v Torah, 8 to 1 Boab dil, 12 to 1 Marvel Loch and Emir, 14. to 1 Rosemead and Pius, 16 to 1 Warroo, Moniapoto, Roller and Scot Free, 25 to 1 Elvo, others unaltered. ? ? ? ? : At the Victorian Club to-day Marvel Loch was backed for the Caulfield Cup for ,£3000 at ioo's to 7}. Emir was befriended to the extent of £4000 at ioo's to 7 ; Pius for £5000 at ioo's to 6 and 7 ; Warroo for ^3000 at ioo's to 6 ; Maniopoto for £5000 at ioo's to 6 ; Boabdil for £3000 at ioo's to 12, and Roller for £2000 at ioo's to 5. At Caulfield this morning Dan dalla ran a mile and a quarter in 2.20; Marvel Loch, nine furlongs in 2,2$ ; Memento ran a mile and a quarter in 2.27 i Torah went slowly. ? # ? At Flemington this morning Emir ran 5 furlongs in 1.7 ; Warroo and ' Tartan ran a mile in. 1.50 ; Charles Stuar...

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