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SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 4 November 1905

SYDNEY UVli STOCK MARKET. At Houiebush on Thursday 30,000 sheep and lambs were penned. They comprised all descriptions. As the sup ply was sufficient for trade requircmeuts, competition was moderate at a shade easier values for wethers, while ewes were inclined to Ik firm. Merino wethers sold from us to 16s 6d, odd pens to l6s ! id, woolly 13s to 21s, odd to 22s, cross bred wethers 12s 6d to 15s 6d, merino ewes 7s 6d to 13s 8d, woolly 14s to 17s, crossbred ewes 12s to 15s, few to 17s 3d, woolly 17s to 19s. About 15,000 lambs were penned. They brought from 8s to I6s6d, odd pens to 17s id. 1146 cattle were yarded, and comprised an excellent representation of prime aud mcdiuui weiRhl bullocks and useful weighty bul locks, with a sprinkling of priine aud heavy. Prime light-weights none too plentiful. There were about 260 cows and heifers, chiefly good to prime qual ity, Although tbe 6upply was a fairly heavy one, there was free competition. Bullocks sold at £5 ios to £10 10s, cows £4 Io...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Police Court. WEDNESDAY, 1ST NOVEMBER (Before Dr .Lang, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 4 November 1905

Police Court. Wednesday, 1st November (Before Dr. Lang, J.P.) John Duffy pleaded guilty to U6iug indecent language at Burryjaa, through his Eolieitor, Mr. Edmond sou. Fined £2, or one month im prisonment, with 4s lOd costs.

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 4 November 1905

MELBOURNE LIV1C STOCK MARKET. Iu the live stock market of Tuesday 15,000 fat sheep were yarded, consisting chiefly of fihorn tiheep, and including seve ral large drafts of merino ewes. The sun ply of good and priine qualities proved ample fur trade requirements. Tbe de mand was unsteady, and prices ruled about equal to last week's rates. . Quotations for shorn sheep were : — I'rime crossbred wethers, 14s Cd to 17s 3d, aecordiug 10 weight aud quality ; prime crossbred eives 13s to 14s Gd, extra ditto 15s to 10s Gd, a few to 10s 9d : crime merino wethers. 14s to lGs, a few higher, good ditto 11s 9d to 14s 6d; wether hoggets 9s Gs to 11s; best merino ewes 7s Gd to 11s, second ditto, 7s Gd to 6b 9d. Sheep on wool : Crossbred and merino ewes. 17s to 22s Ud : hoggets, 14s to lGs 9d ; lneriuo ewes from 13s to 17s. ? 20,000 fat lambs were pcuued. The mar ket was irregular, at about late rates. Quo tations were : Prime 12s to 13s Od, extra, 14s Gd fo lGs , good 0s Gd to lls Gd, seconds 8s to...

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MUNICIPAL CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 4 November 1905

Municipal Cases. Thomas Parkin, MaVgaret Oswald, .1. Christie, ,T. C. Leslie, William Jamieson, David Oswald and Albert Camplin were each fined 10s and Is costs. In Mr. Leslie s case, the defendant pleaded not guilty, on the grounds that there had been no negligence, and he contended that where owners took proper charge of their stock, and the wandering was shown to be ac cidental, they should not be prose cuted. The by-law was not mandatory. It road ' shall be lia ble.' The Bench pointed out that such a view would make it very difficult to secure a conviction, as everyone would plead ' not liable. ' He could not admit the argument. It was contributory negligence that the cattlo got out. Mr. Leslie also pointed out that last week there wero a large number of goats wandering about. They had done considerable damage, and were, he considered, a 6ource of great nuisance. Mr. Oswald also pleaded not guilty, aud stilted that tlie ponies had only been out about five minutes, having got loo...

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SYDNEY WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 4 November 1905

. SYDNEY WOOL S.UiEB. The market is unchanged, closing firm for all good wuols, and particularly for fine descriptions. Hurry and faulty sort* wore irregular, mid comparatively neglected. Lambs' wool nnd crossbred continued iu keen request. Scoured sold at lato rates. Tho top prico for groan)' was 12jd, and for scoured 22d.

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STEALING A PURSE. (Before Dr, Lang and Mr. J. C. Leslie J'b.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 4 November 1905

Stealing a Porse. (Before Dr, Lang and Mr. J. C. Leslie J'e.P.) John O'Brien was charged with stealing a purso, the property of Margaret O'Brien, containing 13s or 14s sterling, on the 30th October. Constable Welby deposed that he had found accused at the Terminus Hotel on Monday afternoon. Ac cused gave him the purse produced. He said there was no money in the purfee when he found it. He then charged the accused with the offence. At the lockup accused was searched and 9s 6d was found upon him. Margaret O'Brien, residing at Vic toria Park, Bull Plain, stated she lost the purse in Corowa on Monday morning between the rost Umce and the Eoyal Hotel. She identified the purse produced. It had contained 13s or 14s. She had not seen the accused before, or given him permis sion to dispose of the purse or con tents. Alexander Cameron, a iad living in Corown, doposed as to having seen the accused pick up the purse and walk away. gr Tho accused pleaded guilty, and elected to be dealt with summ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 4 November 1905

WOOL SALES. YOUN0J1UHMND, HOW & CO., PnOPItl ETARy, LTD., Melbourne, continued the wool sales to-dny, when they offered a cata logue of 2380 bales to a very large attend ance of buyers. . Competition was very brisk for all good wools, especially comeback nnd crossbred ; but sonic irregularity uxisted with regard to tbe sole of medium and earthy merinos and bellies and pieces, especially those of the lower grade. Tho crowd was a fairly representative 0110, in cluding wools from Now South Wales, the Western -Difitrict of Victoria, and the Wiinmcra. The highest prico jwid wns 13Jd, which was givon for a well-grown comeback woo) from Digby, brandod Mel/ MOYHAJjL, a merino of the samo clip bringing 13d, and tbe Lincoln 12Ad. Ofloriiigs of scoured wore somewhat, sniiill, the highest price paing 22*d for a clip marked BOODAHRA/Q.

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Commercial. LOCAL RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 4 November 1905

Commercial. LOOAL RETAIL PRICES. Butter (factory) Is Id to Is 2d. Butter, (daily), 8d to lOd. Cheeso, 9d to lOd. Eggs 7d. . Bacon, 9d to lOd. Ham, 9d to lOd. Currants, 5id to Gd. Haisius, Od to Gd. Onions, (per. cwt.), 29s. Potatoes, 11s. Oats, 2s Gd to 2s 9d. Fowl feed, 3s. Bran, lldlo Is. Pollard, Is Id to 1b 2d. Flour, lGs to 17s. Chaff. ,C3.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 4 November 1905

? Goodradigbeo River, Forbes Dis trict, is teeming with trout, and a number of anglers of other districts are visiting tho 6troam for the opening of the season. A lady at Chalswood is making a considerable amount -of money out of a new work. She makes out of finest wire, sprays of lovely flowers, which are tho mode to have affixed to the comb that keeps the stray locks from falling into one's neck at the back. Lilies of the valley, forget me-nots, and tiny pansies are the favorites, and these are all most ex quisitely tinted in thoir natural colors,

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SYDNEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 4 November 1905

SYDNEY MARKET. Rather more demand for wheat. 2000 bags of medium sold at 3s 5}d. Business reported at 3s 6d, with millers in some instances offering 3s 6Jd for prime, with holders hnu. Flour steady at £7 15s to £% 5s. The import market -was quiet. A little more inquiry for cornsacks, but buyers not prepared to come up to hold ers' ideas, which was 7s spot, Woolpacks end bran bags firm. Business in produce generally was quiet. Oats advanced ; prime Algerians 2s 8d to 3s 3d. Bran brisk at lid ; pollard scarce at 16 ; chick wheat up to 3s 6Jd. Chaff iu moderate supply ; local £3 15s to £4 5s ; Melbourne ruled at £3 15s to £3 17s 6d. ' Sussex-street ' has always borne .1 bad uame araongEt butter producers. Tho odor has uow reached fowl aud egg dcaliug. A co-operative society has been formed to protect tbe interests of the producer against 'Sussex-street.' One man says that his account sales always recorded ' dead fowls and broken eggs, till the monotony of the damage made him tired. The...

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MELBOURNE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 4 November 1905

MELBOURNE MARKET. 1 he market for old wheat is keeping firm at 3s 7d. Some prime wheat has been delivered nt 3s 7id. New wheat is quoted st 3s 4fd. Flour is ^7 5s to ,£7 15s. Bran quoted at is ; pollard Is 3d. Good demand for oats at 2s 2tt to 2s 3d for prime; good feed 2s id. Chart is in good demand at 70s ;' uicdiuru, dull nt 45s. Potatoes are keeping firm ; prime redsoil £9, medium £7 10s. Imported onions are up to £22 ; local silver skins 2s 6d to 3s per case,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 4 November 1905

)♦ SOUTHGATE, Wood and Wat*r Carter, RIVER-STREET, C O R O W fl, WISHES to state that he can supply wood and water to order at owest rates and at shortest notice. TO STflNb THIS SEflSON — AT— Fairland Lodg^, Collendina, AND TRAVEL THE SUBB0COT1XG DIS T11ICT, THE PURE BRED CLYDESDALE 6TALLI0N. Morgan. His Pedigree is well-known throughout the district. He has proved himself a sure foal-getter, and his young stock have turned put exceptionally good, TERMS.-i3 10s ; half guarantee £2 10s phancfi. — ALSO — THE PURE-BRED CLYDESDALE STALLION. Attraction. ATTRACTION, bred by Mr. Win. Hogan, of Kyneton. is a handsome bright bay colt, foaled November, 1901, stands 16| hands high on good feet, with lots of nice quality bone and hair, and fiue action. His SIRE,' Lord Clyde : gmudsire. Clydes dale Hero (imported from New Zealand), was one of the most successful prize-takers and prize stock getters that ever stood in Australia. G gTandsire Clydesdale Hero ; g g grandsire Crawford's Lord Clyde (i...

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THE POLICE STATION COMPLETE STORY. COPYRIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 4 November 1905

fHE POLICE STATION C0UTZETX JSTDBT. by E. A. BENNETT, tothorof ??Lots and Life,' 'A Man from thoNorlh,' 'The Gales of Wrath,' to. &o. COPTElQItT. ORD ' Trent hm eeveral times remarked to lr.e that I nm a philosopher. And -I am one. I have guided my life by four rules : To keep my place, to make others keep theirs, to save half my income, and to beware ot women. Thf etrict obaerr. once of tbrse rules has made me (in mv stolion) a successful aud respected man. Once, nnd only once, I was !a\ in my observance, and Ilial s'i:gl( laxity reeulled in a most cuviojs nnd an noying adventure, which I will relate. It was the fourth ru'e that 1 trans gressed. I did not benttre of a woman. The woman was Miss Susan Berry, lady's maid lo the Marchioness of Coctfoslers! The Cockfnslers family is a very old one To my jnind ils traditions are superior le ?nyihing in the peerage of Cireat Britain ; dui men 1 may Le urejuatcea. 1 was Brought V}t in the Cocfcfosters household, Srst at Cockfoslers...

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Just Charge. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 4 November 1905

Just Charge. The pastor of a certain church, on leat ing his study, which is at the rear of tht church, recently saw a little jiir! friend of his talking to a stranger. ' What was I hat man saying to vou, Madge V' be nsked. at ha came up to her. ' Oh,' said she, ' tu just wanted to know if Dr. C- ? wasn't the preacher of this chtnvh.' 'And v.hat did you tell him!' asked ibe pas'.or. Ihe little girl drew herself up wiib 1111 air of great pride. '1 told him,' she ausweni with dignity, ' that you were (he prescui ihcumbrance.'

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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 4 November 1905

Sporting Notes. The V.R.C. Spring Carnival commences at Flemington to-day. The Derby should be won by LADY WALLACE, with ScoOaud and Charles Stuart to fill the places. Tho Melbourne Stakes seems to be at the mercy of Gladsome. Emir, if in a generous mood, may give Sol. Green's niare most trouble. The Melbourne Cup is to be run at 3.30 on Tuesday next. The CHBONICLE scribe sees no reason to alter his former' opinion regarding the result of the. race, and will plump for TAKTAN. The places may he filled by Scot Free and Maniolpoto. ' The results of the racing during each day of the V.R.C. Spring Carnival will be posted at tho CHRONICLE Office as they come to hand. * £.: * There has been nothing sensational in the \vav of wagering on the Melbourne Cup during' the week. Tartan, on the strength of a good gallop, was in fair demand on Wednesday, all the money at 7 to 1 being accepted, 'with that price wanted at the finish. Maniopoto receded a point, for what reason did not transpire. It wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 4 November 1905

Hudson Hedical Hall. [ESTABLISHED 33 YEARS.] RIO ril I ICC bISPENSING . B. GILLIES, CHEHIST, Phosphorus, Strychnine, and Carbon Bisulph at — - LOWEST PRICES. ? IS- SOLE PEOPRIETOR OP DR. LOUGHRY'S LIVER MIXTURE AND ALL HUDSON'S WELL-KNOWN REMEDIES. TflBLE - BEER, Per 6d Bottle. OBTAINABLE AT ALL HOTELS, AND WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS. BREWED BY THE flLBURY BREWING * HflLTINQ COHPflNY, LTD.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 4 November 1905

Sick Babies in Summer. It is duringthe warm months of summer that mothers hare to be most careful of their little ones, and at the first unusual looseness of their bowels should give the little sufferer a dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhea Ewnedjr. Get it to-day; it will an farouU* later o». I'm gate W 1. Plata* Ownm.*

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On the Fringe of the Crowd. "The Onlooker sees most of the Game." [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 4 November 1905

On the Fringe of the Crowd. [By Onlooker.] ' The Onlooker sees most of the Game.' There is something fascinating about a meeting of the Angling Club Committee, that is, if you have not the job of reporting it. Nothing commonplace or orthodox about the fishermen. The long summer days on the banks of the river under the illusory shade of the dusty gums have taken right hold of them. You don't tie a man up to any 'keeping. to the business before the Chair,' tommy rot after be has graduated in the school of patience by banging on to the end of a fishing line for twenty four hours without food or drink. What ? Well perhaps a little lemon water if it is a very hot day ! More interesting by far to wander from subject to subject, as in a few weeks time they will wander from one spot to another seeking the dainty fish with toothsome worm or mussel!. Therefore, when an energetic mem ber with the fire of determination in his eye discourses on tlfe necessity of obtaining an oil launch, immediat...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 4 November 1905

Personal. Sir William Lyne is .still confined to his room at the Grand Hotel, He is suffering from rheumatism. Mr. John Marshall, who had been a resident of Gundagai for the pa6t 50 years, died there suddenly from heart disease. Mr. and Mrs. E. Edols, who have been staying for the week in Corowa, leave for Melbourne to-day. Mr. Edols intends residing at Brighton Beach. Corowaites are beginning to make Cupwards. Amongst passengers to the Southern City, on Friday morn ing, we noticed, Mesdames W. L. Taylor, E. Gow, and Eosenbloom, Dr. Lang and Messrs. Archer and Cullen. We hope they have got a winner in the bag.

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Mr. R. T. Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 4 November 1905

Mr. R. T. Ball. The member for Oorowa has re ceived the following latter : — Department of Lands, Sydney, October 25. Sir, — I have the honor to inform you in connection with the subject mentioned hereunder that the matter lias been re ferred to the District Surveyor, Wagga Wagga, to expedite action in all possible ways. Subject : — With regard to throwing open unnecessary reserves in the Corowa district ior settlement. I have the honor to be, Sir, your obedi ent servant, Robert McDonald, Uiidrr Secretary. The Electoral Bill has been passed through oommittee in the Senate. In the N.S.W, Legislative As sembly, the Speaker read a report from the chief of the ' Hansard ' regarding certain statements impugn ing the faithfulness and accuracy of the Parliamentary debates, appearing in ' Hansard.' A denial was given to charges that members were allowed to tamper with their speeohes, and there was no. instance on record where Mr. Crick had had to correct the official reports.

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