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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 October 1905

THE FASHIONABLE Hairdressisig and Shaving Saloon. (Opposite Royal Hotel). Proprietor, DESIRES to Inform tl,,- R^idrats of Corowa mi Di-tvi-:t tli-.il h-: '.in-. ))urclin«?cl Uic Hnirdressin-j ;uiJ T..W.:v.i*\. Hi.-i. llcss liilfly cm-iiM on by Mr. (.'. 11. Wir.-bl. Tho Sei-vicM oi ?'' Vw-1 li'rl)i.-i- Il.vl \uxn -M:um-\. living i,-.cm tb.i^-Vy i;.m,.-,y.,;..,1 ;....-J Rs-lilli'd, Ihu Sii.'p is liuw Iho nemo .1 cliMiilinr;^. Evory Convfiiiopc! ami Coinfoi-t for Ca-Au:mr.-. AuwleA fitnrk rf Tin..., TAlK', L'ig;:v-, iinaci^.r-'tu-r,™ hand. ii* EiLLI.Uins.'I-OON .VDJOIXTStj SLlor. R. O'LEVHV, lVn-ri---tor. MISS. BURQESS' SRNGER-ST., COROWfl, OPPOSITE T. rAIiXrVS KTO11E, ties opened a First-class Fruit and Confectionary Business. only the r.v-r jipwr-s of coy FEUli-iNF.liY KllPT. Fresh Fruit Daily. LETTERS PRC.:.il-TIA ATT1'CI)1-:D TO. A.VD onr-M13 PiaPATir.lhD IJIMr.lH.VlT.LY. J, HUTTON, Hairdresser B; Tobacconist, Sa-.ige^ Slr?iji_XO.RO.\VA. A l'.ill Rim.:: n( Hku-fM.1.!! riyc- in Ail ...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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General Booth's Immigrants. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 October 1905

General Booth's Immi grants. The following paragraphs afford fruit for reflection in considering the proposals of General Booth with reference to sending immigrants to Australia : — ' General Booth has just returned from Australia. Of this southern trip it must suffice to say that he has acquired from the Government 20000 acres of land on which he intends establishing a large number of waifs and strays.' — ' The Eapid Beview.' (London.) Scramble foe Land. The great demand for land in the Dubbo district was exemplified this morning at the Dubbo Lands Office, when five blocks at Bern, about eight miles from Dubbo. were balloted for as homestead selections. The land lies to the right of the road from Dubbo to Cobborah. It has no natural water supply, and is separ ated from the Talbragar river by a reserve of about 1000 acres for an experimental farm. The Board room, in which the ballot was held, was crowded with applicants of both sexes. The Crown Lands Agent con ducted the ballot. The...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sydney Ladies' Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 October 1905

Sydney Ladies' Letter. Sydneyites have been holiday making. This time it ?was the high feast of the masses — Eight Hours Day, the day -when Materfamilias and Paterfamilias nock up their baskets and their numerous olive branches to go first of all and see the procession and then off for a ?whole day's blissful sport and frolic. It does one good to see the masses turn out for a holiday, for they do uot take their pleasures sadly; in stead they look as if they meant to enjoy themselves, and they do, too, right royally. Quaint and wonderful ore some of the frocks worn on this day of days. Angelina from Woolloomooloo dons her smartest gown and gewgaws, and looks like an Indian in his war paint. Edwin is not far behind, and usually manages to wear something very festive in Die way of neckties. However, olothes do not matter much. It is their day out, and they are quite happy, which is the prin cipal thing to be considered. So much for the masses. High society is growing restless, and feel...

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L.V. Race Meeting in November. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 October 1905

L.V. Race Meeting in November. A meeting convened by Mr. Shelly Smith last week decided to reestab lish the Corowa Licensed Victuallers' 'Hace dubjlmd to lidld a race meeting on Wednesday, November 1. The following programme was agreed upon : — Maiden Plate of 5 sovs., six fuilougs ; Licensed Victuallers' Han dicap of 15 60\s., 3 sovs. from prize to go to second horse, one mile; Trial Stakes of 7 sovs., six furlongs ; Welter Eace (amateur riders) of 10 sovs., seven furlongs ; Poiblicans' Purse of 10 sovs., 2 sovs. from stake to go to second horse, six furlongs ; Hack Kace of 5 sovs., six furlongs. Tbe first race will start at 1.45. Members' subscriptions will be 10s 6d ; bookmakers' fee £1 Is. The following gentlemen were elected as office-bearers : — President, Mr. E. King ; vice-president, Mr. J. Jensen ; judge, Mr. W. Sberwin ; starter, Mr. J. Hiskins ; stewards, decided to ask tbe Corowa Eace Club officials to' act ; committee, Messrs. E. King, J. Jenseu, D. Thompson, A. Camplin...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Those Bylaws! [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 October 1905

Those Bylaws! The Council Bylaws at times cause many breezes among the ratepayers. On Tuesday night they had a similar effect among our city fathers. During the miscellaneous business Alderman Thompson asked if any thing had been done towards having the bylaws printed. A tender had been ac cepted three months ago. The Mayor stated the printer had not yet received a copy of tbe bylaws, Aldermau Thompson, speaking with some warmth, said he thought when they passed a resolution some notice should be taken of it. He knew some aldermen were against having the bylaws printed, but why did they not got up like men and move to rescind tht motion. This delaying from meeting to meeting was not the proper way of doing business. Alderman Sbortt presumed he was being referred to. Well, be said distinotly that he was opposed to the bylaws being printed. No one would read them. Alderman Gardner supported Alderman Shortt's remarks. He would give notice of motion that the previous motion, re printing...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Pastures Protection Board. AN INTERESTING POINT. RULING GIVEN AGAINST THE BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 October 1905

Pastures Protection Board. AN INTERESTING TOINT. EULING GIVEN AGAINST THE BOAED. Before the P.M. (Mr. Dove) in the Police Court, on Wednesday, the Pastures Protection Board proceeded against John Morrissey for not de stroying the rabbits on his property.. Mr. Archer, the Secretary, appeared for the board, and Mr. Edmondsoh for the defendant. Mr. Edmondson directed attention to the information. Defendant was charged with thai he failed to destroy rabbits on some portion of his holding not clearly defined. Section 52 stated what tho board might require, but there was nothing giving them the power to make an owner destroy on a specified part, but only to de stroy between certain dates continu ously. It did not say any part thereof. Being a penal charge the Act must be adhered to. For instance, & comer of a holding might be picked out to lay a charge, and tho owner would be debarred from showing tho large expenditure he had mado on the whole holding. . The P.M. : ' You mean he i...

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Labor Legislation in New Zealand. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 October 1905

Labor Legislation in New Zealand. ' If you are in 'a barber's chair after the clc'.' strikes 1 on Saturday, or whatever day of the week may be the legal half-holiday, you are liable to arrest and fine, as well as the barber who shaves you. If a poor dressmaker is seen with a light in her shop after C o'clock she ex poses herself to arrest in some parts of the country, however much her customers may need the dress or she may need the money. In the eye of the law every Chinese (for there are a few Celestials still left in the larger cities) is a ' factory,' and comes under the provisions' of the ' factory laws.' If he is caught ironing a shirt out of hours, he is in some places fined or imprisoned without mercy. At ' one time in some sections, house servants were obliged to take a half-holiday whether they wanted it or not, and were compelled to leave their- master's premises; nolens volens, unless actu ally prevented by sickness. Servants in America apparently do not need such legal ...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 October 1905

Hudson Hedical Hail ? ? [ESTABLISHED 33 YEARS.f R. B. GILLIES, bls™sT; Phosphor us, Strychnine, and Carbon Bisulph at ___ LOWEST PRICES. - — »S* SOLE- PBCfrBIETOR OF DR. LOUGHEY'S LIVEll SHXTU11E AND ALL HUDSON'S WELL-KNOWN REMEDIES. ? SGMB .... ? . JEWELLERY FflgTS. IT IS A FACT That every article iu my Store is thoroughly goou and ruliaUo— ? ju&t what il ittetondb to be. IT IS A FACT That I cany a-la»'E° aud well assorted- Slock of JEWELLEBY ' ? suitable for presents for all occasions. IT IS A FACT tfhat I have lived 10 years in COROWA mid my GUARANTEE 6tands behind what I soil. H. ROSENBLOOM. WflTOIMnKER RNEi JEWELLER, / e©R©wfl. §« N. E LI fi S. gm mL brape'ry, Clothing, Boots and Sho?^ ?jjL^JL '?- Sangy-Str^t, Corona. '^S^SBsB^-' NEW SEASON'S GOO33S just Opened iiv ^NI^HkI^^. / Millinerj', Dresses and Blouse Kec^fe..; .. ^ , .L*^!(BJH^^gk „. Aiilgo Stock to Choose From. Friccs aro the Lowest, : ?'. ^'s?r?'^^SWPE^ '-Every Attention to Customers Wants, whether by Calling ...

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On the Fringe of the Crowd. "The Onlooker sees most of the Game." [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 October 1905

*Gn the Fringe- of the Crowd. [Bt Onlookeh.] 'Tijii.Onlooker,.seesmostof the Gome.' A matter of interest to the Pas toral and Agricultural Societies was discussed -.at -the Germanton ;Show Sociali that is, the future' supply of judges. Satisfactory judging is 'such an iarportant feature in the success of any Show, that the subject natur ally creates interest. Obtaining good judges is always a1 trouble, aud of lute years an increasing onoi It would be a wise step therefore, for the P. and. A. Societies to co-operate in same step for maintaining a good standard of judges. Several work-, able suggestions have boon put for ward ; to have assistant judges to accoitnpany their seniors aud receive a thorough schooling ; to hold com petitions in judging in the various stock sections ic No doubt the formation of district competitions in judging would bo an immense at traction to the young men, and theft need be do fear of lack- of competitors. The average Australian is mostly prepared to J)a...

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Police Court. ALLEGED WOOL STEALING. A COLLENDINA CASE. CASE PROVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 7 October 1905

Police Court. ALLEGED WOOL STEALING. A OOLLENDDfA CASE. CASE PROVED. At the police court on Wednesday morn ing last, before the P.M. (Mr. Dove), George Smith was charged with the larceny of three bagB of wool, the property of Henry Hay. The charge bad been altered to larceny on the application of the police. Sergeant Walsh prosecuted, and Mr. Edmondson appeared for the defence. Constable Bath, stationed at CorowE, re membered the 11th September last. From information received he went in searoh of the accused. He saw him on the Corowa Wahgunyah road about 11 a.m. He asked the accused if he had brought any wool into Corowa that morning. The accused replied -Mimr-nc mrtprna-Koin a ai Tmi'.^j« atores. He said he brought in about three bags, which he said he got at Conroy's, and got permission to take it. Stated he had come from Tarramia reserve, on the Mulwala road. He said he left there at i o'clook in the rooming; did not call at any place coming in. He then took the accused to Tyril'...

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Homestead Selection Area Proclaimed. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 October 1905

Homestead Selection Area Proclaimed. The following lands have become available for selection for original homestead selection only : — Land District of Wagga Wagga, with in resumed area No. 979, parish of Robertson, county of Bourke. Block 213, of COO acros. Capital value, £900 (£1 10s per acre), annual rental for first six years, £11 5s. Situated 15 miles from Coolamon. No improvements. Block 214. of 600 acres. Cauital valu» £900 (£1 10s per acre), annual rental for first six years £11 5s. Situated 15 miles from Coolauiou. Improvements — Eingbarking and clearing, £2. Block ? 215, of 700 acres. Capital value, £875 (£1 5s per acre), annual rental for first six years, £10 18s lOd. Situated 15 miles from Coolamon. Improvements — Kinging and scrub bing, £8 ; tank and dam, £50. Total, £58. Block 216, of 640 acres. Capital value, £960 (£1 10s per acre), aunual rental for first six years, £12. Situ ated 13 miles from Coolamon. Im provements — Einging and scrubbing, £8 ; fencing, £8 ; tank ...

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Corowa Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 October 1905

Corowa Hospital. The usual monthly meeting of tiie Oorowa Hospital was held at the Secretary's Office on Monday even ing. Mr. C T. Brewer was in the chair, and there were also present Messrs. E. King, Ogilvie, Rosen bloom, Edmondson, Chicken, Broad bent and Currie. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. Correspondence. From Sir. L. Tveer, stating that he had seen the Rev. Mr. Bevau, of Albury, and that gentleman was will ing to rive a lecture on ' Old Iro lnnd ' in aid of the HosnitaL on tlio 16th November next, if suitable to the Committee. Mr. Rosenbloom moved that the offer be accepted with thanks, the Secretary to make necessary arrangements. Seconded by Mr. Ogilvie, aud carried. It was.decided, with reference to an enquiry from the manager of the Great Southern No. 1 Mine, re life governorship, that if the sum of £20 had been subscribed within tbe 12 months, that same be granted. The sum of £7 was enclosed as a final contribution from the employees. From ...

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HOW TO GET TO SLEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 October 1905

HOW TO GET TO SLEEP. How many overworked and nerv ous people there are who have the greatest difficulty in getting to sleep when they go to bedl Nervous people who are troubled with wake . fulness usually have a tendendy to blood on the brain, with cold feet. ?It is the ' pressure of blood on the brain that keeps it in a stimulated and wakeful state. Overworked and business men and women must, when they go to bed, make up their minds not to think of their work. This is the first great point. . ?: .: * A short, quick walk before going to bed and- a. gooi sponge and rub bing with a rough towell will both aid in equalising the circulation and promoting sleep. Bubbing the whole body -with a towell is especially helpful. Then the ventilation of the bed room must be seen to. The windows thould be left open top and bottom all day, and the top half kept down a good way during the night. A light of any description should never be kept burning in abed-room during the night.

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WOMAN'S COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 October 1905

WOMAN'S COLUMN. Brighten Gilt Erames.— Use one-fourth vinegar to three-fourths water, and apply with a brush. Keep a Blate and pencil huug up in your kitchen upon which 'you can put down any messages, and the order for the dinner, etc A CHACKED OB CHIPPED EGG will not break any further if you put a small quantity of salt into tbe water before putting in the egg. Kickel and Silver Ornaments may be kept beautifully bright by rubbing them with a woollen cloth saturated in spirits of ammonia. A Pennt worth of permanganate of potash to a quart of water will make enough disinfectant or deodor ant to last for six mouths in tbe bath room. Straw MATTING should be cleaned with a large coarse cloth, dipped in salt and water, aud then wiped dry. The salt prevents tbe matting from turning yellow. THE white of an egg' well boaten with quicklime and a small quantity of very old cheese forms an excellent substitute for cement either for broken china or glass ware. To EEEP maidenhair fem fresh for s...

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Leaving Australia. REPORTED EXODUS OF FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 October 1905

Leaving Australia. EEPOETED EXODUS OF FAEMERS. There appears to be little doubt that a steady stream of farmers dissatisfied with the conditions of settlement here are leaving the State. So lav as is known, the principal destination of the farmers is Oliili. and their only chance of getting there is by one or other of the coal-laden vessels which are regular visitors to those ports. On enquiry from ship ping agents and others, it was gleaned that for some time past all available accommodation on vessels proceeding to South American States lias been eagerly sought after, aud one cap tain, in the course of conversation, jocularly remarked that the demands for berths was so keen that he was thiukingof fitting tho holds up for pas&enoers instead of taking coal. Ample evidence that these state ments are in a great measure correct is to be found in tbe fact that within the last few weeks over 20 farmers and their families have taken their departure from Newcastle. Included hi this...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 October 1905

W. L. Taylor* Co., (Walter L. Taylor, Geo. C. Moiphett) AUCTIONEERS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, WHEAT BUYEBS. Agents for The Australian Mutual Provident j Society. The Ocean Accident Co. The Australian Mutual Fire Insur ance Co. The Eoyal Insurance. Co. M'Dougall's Sheep Dip. Wischer's & Co's Manures. | Cohoe and Walster's Babbit Poisoner. Tlie Australian Mutual Fire Insur ance Association of Austral Asia, Limited. Offices: ! SANGER STREET, COROWA. COROWA FORTNIGHTLY MARKET. THURSDAY NEXT, 12TH OCTOBER. W. L. TAYLOR & CO. Are instructed to sell by Public Auction in their Corowa Bale Yards': — 760 MERINO WETHERS, 4 tooth, in the wool, in lots to suit purchasers. I 350 MERINO WETHERS, 2-tootli, shorn, i a very good lot. ! 150 MERINO EWES, 6 Tooth (Shorn). Also, 2 DRAUGHT GELDES'GS, G years old, in splendid buckle. 1 DRAUGHT GELDING, 8 years,. 1 DRAUGHT GELDING, 9 years. 1 DRAUGHT MARE, G years'. Ages Guaranteed. | 1 GREY BUGGY HOESE, 9 years old, and very fast. I 2f .B....

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Police Court. SATURDAY, 7TH OCTOBER. (Before Mr. M. Longfield, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 October 1905

Police Court. Saturday, 7th Octouer. (Before Mr. M. Louafield, J.P.) Alfred Scobio was fined 5s or 3 hours for riotous behaviour. TUESDAY, 10TH OCTOUER. Francis O'Brien, charged with indecent behaviour, was fined 10s or 24 hours. 6UTPIATNQ UQUOll TO AlJOllIUrNALS. William Parrell, charged with supplying an aboriginal with liquor, was fined £2 or 14 days. Constable Bath proved tbo offence.

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CON[?]LETE STORY DUNCAN CRANNOCH, ANNIE E. HOLDSWORTH, COPYRIGHT. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 October 1905

- __ cnaucn BTotr. DUNCAN CRANNOCH, 4NNIE E. HOLDSWORTB, Author of ''Dm Gods ArriTe,' 'Spindle ud. Oara,' 'The Tesn that the Loonrt Hiih Btlen,' to. 40PXU1QBT* CHAPTEBt UKCAN Cr»n _^ nodi ftood on my the edge of the moor, his gnat figure taViarT jd tl« purple sunset Befors '^ him the moor tS roUed told upon E\ fold to the Sl^a brink of the iVV- loch. He could scarcely see .. irhen the purple 9 waves of the heatlier met the purple water, for the tide »?« high, -md the gray boulders ud [yfov seaweed of the beach were lost in Ihe level colour. Th* water rose and fell with a little sob bine breath. New and then the scream of a sea re-allow, lite a cry of human pain, slruek across that low background of sound. Tio sunset was in Duncan's eyes, deep ening their blue, and another shadow dark ened th;m at the sound of the bird's cry. 'It m-tkes me (hnk of the lassie's pain,' In «a:d, half aloud. ' Poor wee maid, dosed in in the town's walls, wearing away itt day on her couch. If I tad her he...

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Corowa Pastures Protection Board Annual Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 October 1905

Corowa Pastures Protection Board Annual Election. It is hereby notified that an Extraordi nary Election of Oue Director of the Pas tures Protection Board for the Pastures Protection District of Corowa (in the place ?nf Mr. fi. H.Willis, resigned), is required to bo held under the provisions of the Pas tures Protection Act, 1902, and that Mon day the twenty-third day of October, 1905, has'been fixed as the day of nomination of candidature at such election. Candidates, to be qualified for Election, must have their names on the roll, and must be nominated by not less than three persons who are en titled to vote at the Election, and all nomi nations must be made in the form as follows:-- __ ? ? FOBM OP KOMrAATlON fAFEU. We the undersigned persons entitled to vote at tlie Election of Directors of the Pastures Protection Board for the District of Corowa. hereby nominate (stating Chris tian and Surname both in full), of (stating . address and occupation), an a Candidate for the office of D...

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A Runaway. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 October 1905

A Runaway. Mrs. Wealands, of Levalley, had an unpleasant experience with her ponies last week. Mrs. Wealands was driving home alone, and at the homestead gate the pomes got away while she was closing the gate, and made for home. Thoy had an excit ing trip to the house, leaving a track of cushions and parcels behind them. The feelings of Mr. Wealands on seeing tbo empty trap coming in at hot haste may bo imagined, as well as his relief at finding that no harm had been done beyond some damage to the buggy and harness. Mrs. Weal ands had a similar mishap some time ago, but on that occasion the ponies took it quietly and were stopped after going a short distance.

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