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L. V. RACES. THE WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 October 1905

L..V. RACES. The Weights. The following weights for the principal events in connection with the Ti. V. Race Meeting, to be held at Corowa on Wednes day next, were allotted yesterday by the handicapper, Mr. M. Mitchell, of Ruther glen :— ? L. V. Handicap, 1 milo. Old Gold '...9 5 Silverlock ... 7 9 Charlemagne.. 8 6 Gold Lock ... 7 -4 Barraba ... 8 6 Evelyn ... 7 3 Jewel Case ... 8 2 Yolande ... 7 0. Unknown ...7 9 Fairy Lock ... 6 10 Welter Handicap, 7 furlongs. Charlemagne 11 6 Yolande ... 10 0 Jewel Case... 10 12 Andrew ... 9 13 Unknown ... 10 10 Glenmoor ... 9 9 Evelyn ... 10 4 Firedamp ... 9 t PUBLICANS' PcbSE, 8 furlongs. Old Gold ... 9 5 Evelyn ? 7 Silverlock ... 8 12 Yolande ... 6 J Barraba ... 8 9 Victoria Regina 6 3P Gold Lock ... 8 C Sunbell .:. 6 ': Unknown ...8 4 Oscar ...... 0.7 Fairy Lock ... 7 9

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DOCTOR'S LUCK. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 October 1905

THE DOCTOR'S iUCE,^ REGINALD BACCHUS W\ ? ' .'1 T j ell the .tea-: ^?i-l-eMe-t I j suited1 to tie general nnd day tint ot the room was a fact that the most flinty-hearted ob server could not fail to notice. Thrt the little face that langhed 'front the midst of a cloud of .lace was one of toose thing* that men ahonld say a prayer o! thankspving {or the sight of, ?wai i also a {act that more than one would write down en the tablets of his memory. In the man, however, who glared angrily ont of the window into the fog that sat upon London without, the dainty picture framed in the yielding arm-chair excited an Interest that was cctrainly not sentimental. ' My dear Miss Lambert?'— ? and he bit his Kps to repress the things that a man must think bnt mav not sav— 'I have been' here half-an-hour; yon have neither coughed nor sneered; your sldn is as dear as a child's, and yonr eyes as bright as thedia oonds in your ring; yet yon say yon have a bronchial catarrh or whatever you may please to ...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sporting Notes. RACING FIXTURES. Wangaratta T. C., October 28. L. V. Races, (Corowa), November 1. Becchworth, November 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 October 1905

Sporting Notes. Hacino Fixtuiieb. Wangaratta T. C, October 28. L. V. Races, (Corowa), November 1. Beechworth, November 13. Thursday's 'Argus' says there was a run on Muniopoto for the Melbourne Cup on Wednesday. All the money oHored at 8 to 1 was accepted, and at the finish be was favorito nt 7 to 1. The other prices on offer were : 8. to 1 Tartan, 10 to 1 Warrpo, 12 to 1 Krair, U to 1 Tomb, Ghidsome, and Marvel Loch, and 16 to 1 Scot Free. Ou his Caulfield Cup display, Maniopoto would appear to be at a false price for the big Flemington event. In spite of his failure, however, in the Caulfield Cup, he shows a tendency to harden, and there is every reason to believe that he will start favorite for the big race, unless he disgraces himself in any of the. events in which he may start before the first Tuesday of November. ? * ? The Show Race Meeting held under the auspices of the Rutherglen Racing Club, took place on Thursday at the Rutherglen oourse. There was a good attendance, con s...

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Why the Bull Would Not [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 October 1905

Why the Bull Would Not Not long ago, Mr/ X-, the great Chicago provision merchant, principal partner in the fiim which bears his name, and whose tins of compressed beet are universally known, waa making « prolonged tour through Europe. . ! Whilst he was visiting Spain an amusing incident is said to have occurred in Madrid, though, perhaps, the joke was not appreci atedby the American millionaire. ? Mr. X. was taken by a Spanish grandee to witness what waa promised to be an unusually fine display ot the national sport , When, however, the fir* bull made its ap-» pearance in the arena, he Bank down on the ground, and, in spite of the united, efforts of toreador and attendants, obsti-j natery refused to move. ' | Everything being at a standstaH, the director summoned the toreador and in-i quired the cause of the trouble. For thej benefit of ths American -visitor, the torea-. dor replied, in broken English : | 'Ah, senor, » bull 'ave seen «e great, beef merchant ot Chicago sitting with ...

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BY WIRE-REUTER. MELBOURNE, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 October 1905

By Wibe — Beutee. Melbourne, Friday night. Wheat is quoted to-day at 3s sd to 3s 5jd ; prime 3s 6d. The market is quiet for oats — seed 2s 2d, Algerian mill ing 2s ijd to as 2jd. Export demand for flour is quiet at £7 12s 6d, Potatoes — Ballarat £8 5s to £8 10s, New Zealand £7 10s to £8. Onions — prime imported £22, medium £20.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SKETCHER Bird Samsons. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 October 1905

THE SKETCHER Bird Samsons. The blood ot a bird Is several decrees warmer than that ot a human being. To man, euch a temperature as birds nor mally possess would be a tever, but the heat 01 a bird's blood enables It to live much more Intensely (ban we can. ^Changes take place In the tissues and brain more raoldly. Birds can eat and assimilate from ten to thirty- time* as much food proportionately, as man can, and they are thus enabled to do an amount ot work tar beyond the relative power ot man. It a man could eat as much In propor tion to' his Elie as a sparrow Is able to consume, he would need a whole sheep Cor dinner, a couple ot dozen fowls for breakfast, and Bay Bli turkeys for his evening meal. A tree sparrow has been known to eat 700 grass seeds In a day, and the grass seeds were relatively to ttae bird's Bize as big ss an ordinary luncli biscuit would be to a full-grown man of 12st weight. FLYING AWAY 'WITH PIGS. A bird's Btrongth Is equally amatlng. A white-tailed eagle, wei...

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WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 October 1905

WOOL SALES. The Melbourne market is being well maintained. The attendance has been regular, and bidding animated. Greasy merino sold lid to Iljd, pieces 8Jd to io}d. Greasy comebacks sold up to 12J, ana crossbred Hid. At the Sydney wool sales the market was firm for all good lots. Medium and faulty were very irregular, with a weaker tendency. The top price for greasy was l6d, which is a record for the season. The top for scoured was l\&. During the week 32,446 bales were catalogued and 30,586 sold. The first consignment of new season's chaff was received in Svdney from Gunne dah last week. New onions, also, came to hand from Wellington. Everything so far indicates that the present wool season will be a record one in the Sydney market. There is already a large accession of new business. Many thousands of bales of brands which are usually shipped direct to London for sale are this year being disposed of locally. Already shippers and producers are be ginning to make fixtures fo...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Immigrants for the State. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 October 1905

Immigrants for the State. It seems to be clear that the re maining allotments on the Myall Creek Estate will shortly be all taken up. Mr. Carrutbers received a cable from the Acting Agent-General stat ing that no less than 700 applications had been received for farms in New South Wales. Before provisionally allotting the farms Mr. Coghlan is awaiting the result of inquiries as to the means of the applicants and their suitability as settlers. Commenting on the oiler from General Booth Mr. Carruthers expressed the view that these offers made through the Federal nr)--r-~'«'--'' -r'y put the State . , ? a false position. ..-?;-.. , wished to come here .u ?? ?:. ? . s would have to deal v ..:. .- ,? ' States, but if the ;??;?.': ent stepped in New i- . ? ? v. .?'?' - ' ime responsible for ... .-. .. .: ;d by the other onfusion resulted. S ?, x ., igrants were, how uvoi, uu» uii uiu my out, and this was better thau talking. As to the land, there was sufficient private property now on the ...

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SYDNEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 October 1905

SYDNEY MARKET. Wheat changed hands at 3s s}d to 3s 6d. It is stated that 8060 bags are to be shipped by the Drayton Grange for Liverpool. Flour was steady at jCy 15s to £8 5s. Woolpacks sold to as 3d, with a firming tendency. Bran bags steady at 4s io}d ; corrisacks sold at 7s, but demand weak. Produce was quiet. Chickwheat sold to 3s sd, bran brought lid, and pollard is 2d. Chaff was in large supply. Choice local wlieaten sold to £4 5s, Melbourne oaten ^'3 to .£3 15s, Melbourne oaten hay £4 10s to £4 15s. Potatoes were quiet , but firm. Tasmania!] redskins sold to £10, dark skins £9 to £9 10s, onions £18 to £21.

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MELBOURNE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 October 1905

MELBOUBNE MARKET. A large quantity of old wheat has changed hands at 3s sfd to 3s 6d, ex store. Some purchases from the country touched 3s 6|d. Moderate business is being done in new wheat ; January de livery- at 3s 4jd. Bran is quoted at njd, pollard is 4d, and flour jCl '5s- Oats are dull ; a few sales reported at 2s lid. Chaff is in fair demand at 65s to 67s 6d ; choice green has been sold at 70s, medium down to 45s. The potato market is firmer, and prime redsoils are up to £& 15s, medium are down to £?). Corn sacks are changing hands at 7s. Bran bags are very scarce ; a few small lots have been sold at 5s. Good S.H. bran bags are also very scarce.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MORE PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 October 1905

MORE PROTECTION. The statement made by the Fe deral Prime Minister, that the issue at next election will be 'more Pro tection' is another surprising light ning change in the political stage. That this oroDosal should be enthu siastically supported by Sir William Lyue is only in accordance with the tortuons path he has followed from ..the birth of federal politics. It will be remembered how, at the first election for the Federal Par liament, the member for Hume was careful to adopt an extremely mod erate tone, and in different portions of the electorate emphasised the necessity ? of building a tariff of ' Compromise,' an average, say, of 15%. At that time he judiciously desired to benefit by the support of the many freetraders whose zeal for Federation prepared them to accept a certain amount of ' Protection, otherwise repugnant. How quickly, in the exhilarating atmosphere of tariff -bound Melbourne, Sir William lost sight of his platform utterances, is ancient history. The ensuing; ...

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COROWA FORTNIGHTLY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 October 1905

COROWA FOETNIGHTLY MARKET. A. A. Piggin & Co. report holding their ordinary fortnightly market sale on Thurs day, 26th inst., when the yarding was not quite as large as usual. SHEEP.— We sold 170 aged merino and crossbred ewes with lambs at foot, 18s ; fat merino wethers, 21s; summer lambs, fat, 17s; 120 G and 8-tooth merino ewes (shorn), lls. CATTLE.— All yarded were 6old. We quote : Fat cows £5, .young heifers £3 6s, and steers £3 3s. Prices for cattle were considered satisfactory. Pigs. — Only 15 young pigs were offered, and sold at prices ranging to 8s. We sold stock on account of the follow ing owners : — Messrs. Kaughtin Bros., J. H. Izon, II. Dunleavy, T. Wilson, and others. Next market, Thursday, 9th November.

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 October 1905

Local and General. E. C. Mission. — A weeks' mission at St. Mary's E. C. Church com mences to-morrow. ME. E. T. Ball M.L.A. the local member will be in Corowa to-day. Mr. Ball ? returns by the Culcairn train to-nieht. Competitions. — Vocal, elocution ary, musical and floral competitions are being arranged in connection with St. John's Gui}d to be held next month. Me. W. W. Killen, Bull Plain, placed 5000 sheep in the Yarrawonga, yards one night last week, and in the morning 5 had been killed by dogs, and 8 or 10 mangled. Bpeains.AND;Bruises. — In such cases render First Aid to the Injured by applying Chamberlain's Fain Balm. When the muscles, tendons, nerves or flesh are strained, sprained, Btretched, squeezed or in any way. injured, causing inflammation, pains and swellings, with rush of blood to the parts, Chamberlain's Pain -Balm will give immediate relief, and a few applications will reduce the swelling and restore the injured parts to healthy condition. For sale by T. Parkin. C...

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Commercial. LOCAL RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 October 1905

Commercial. LOCAL RETAIL PRICES. Butter (factory) Is Id to Is 2d. Butter, (dairy), 8d to 10d. Cheese,'9d to lOd. Eggs 7d, Bacon, Od to 10d. Hnm, 9atoioa, Currants; Sid to 6d. Eaisihs, 5d to 6d. Onions, (per. owt.), 32s. Potatoes, 11s. Oats, 2s 6d to 2s 9d: Fowl seed, 3s. Bran, lid to Is; Pollard, Is Id to Is 2d. Flour, 16s to 17s. Chaff, £3.

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. RIFLE MATCH. Melbourne, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 October 1905

LATEST TELEGRAMS. (Reuters.) .. EIFLE MATCH. Melbourne, Friday evening. D. Turner, of Footscray, was suo cessful in winning the Syme £100 prize for best aggregate at the Vic torian Rifle Association Meeting.

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P. A. and H. Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 October 1905

P. A. and H. Notes. 8ome of the farmers in the Gundagni dis triot expect if the weather remains favorable throughout, to obtain up to 25* bushels of wheat per (lore off come of their land. Strong opposition in the \Vagga district is shown to handing ovec the Barren Jack Reservoir soheme to a private syndicate, on grounds of public safety, and in* respect to immense public interests involved, . A flock of fat wethers camped in a lane between two wire fences near Warialda, were startled and rushed. They ytere caught by the wires, 110 being smothered, and 10 crippled. Last week a sow and night young pigs be longing to an Alburr farmer, got out of a pen into a paddock where phosphorus was used to poison rabbits. After two days the mother and young ones sickened, and four of the latter died. Mr. Wilks, the local stock inspector, fonvatdod a portion of the intestines to Sydney for exaniinntlou. A reply has been received from the Depart ment that death was due to phosphorus poisoning. Seri...

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VERDICT OF MANSLAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 October 1905

VERDICT OF MANSLAUGHTER. At the inquest on the death of Laura Ann Sparks, Coroner Candler found a verdict of manslaughter against Harriet Jackson.

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AUSTRALIAN SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 October 1905

-r: ' AUSTEALIAN SHEEP, „ ,,ffjie British East Africa Syndicate are importing a Urge number of Aus tralian merino sheep. Some asked how purls did crow, and ?? wherel ' Then spoke I to my girl to part hot lips and show me there .The quarrelsts oi purls, purchased, of course, from the leading Dentist, B. Ka Bull,'

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A YARRAWONGA ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 October 1905

A YARRAWONGA ESTATE. | The National Trustees Company are applying ior administration in the estate of the late Johanna Mary b'Grady, of Yarrawonga. The es tate is' valued at £1427, divisible between the deceased's mother and sister.

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Condensed. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 28 October 1905

Condensed. Euthergleu Show was very suc cessful. The attendance was a record one. A dozen applications put in for an 80 acre C.P. in Gerumnton district, Euchre Party in aid of the Hos pital on Wednesday, night drew a splendid attendance. Humoured that the Parliamentary Labor Party is uot a ' happy family.' The remains of the late Sir Henry Irving, were cremated, I'anawouga Croquet club opens on the 1st November. Stray dogs are giving trouble at Yarrawonga. Special Horse Sale at Corowa, Messrs. A. A. Piggin and Co., on Nov. 2 and 3. ? The Federal Public Service Com missioners' Department cost last year £14,400. The Inter-State golf match be tween New South Wales and Vic. toria was won by the latter State. The contract of the CJyde En gineeiing Company for the construc tion of CO locomotives was signed on Saturday. Premier Camithers again appeared before the Land Commission on Tuesday. Mr. Carruthers is to submit all his own accounts to the Commission. Tariff Commission is now sitting...

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