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Travellers Point Reserve. TO BE APPLIED FOE AS A TEMPORARY COMMON. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 4 November 1905

Travellers Point Reserve. TO BE APPLIED FOE AS A TEMPOFABY COMMON. At the conclusion of the meeting held to elect a Trustee for the Com-_ moil. Mr. D. Oswald drew attention to a matter of great importance. ^He wished to obtain sin expression of opinion from those present, with re ference to applying for the Travellers Point Ee6erve, as a temporary com mon. He had moved in this matter before, but it bad been allowed to lapse. He bad recently seeu Mr. Ball and be bad advised him to bring the matter before the Trustees with the object of making an application. They would agree with him that the present common was to small. The people of South Corowa were in the position to run milking cattle, but for the rest of tho town tuo common was no good for more than six months. There was only about 700 acres in tho present common and they had nearly 200 commoners. The reserve was hardly used for travelling stock. He intended to' move that it be set aside for a tem porary common. If a bridge was...

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

Highly Beneficial. Chamberlain's Stomach and LivcrTablets prove highly beneficial in till liver troubles, entirely removing biliousness, and in so doing will clear away all 6kin eruptions, such as boils, pimples, and eczema. For Kile by T. Parkin. Corowa.'

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Romance of Crime. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 4 November 1905

Romance of Crime. Memories of a tragedy, which cre ated a considerable sensation at' the' time of its occurrence 18 years ago, were revived by the appearance at the Central Police Court, Sydney, on a charge of drunkenness of GrocePalmer, whose two lovers were hanged aftershe bad given evidence against them. The story was told by the public prosecutor, who said that 18 years ago Grace Palmer, then in the first bloom of her womanhood, lived with her father, an old farmer, who held land on Barrier Island, off the coast of New Zealand. Two men were in fatuated with her, but her father refused to allow her to have anything to do with them. This decision led to an attack upon the old man by her daughter's lovers, who in her pre sence shot him dead, the crime being accomplished in the most cold-blooded manner. A cutter named the Sov ereign of the Seas was waiting at the beach, and, taking tho girl, who willingly cast in her lot with her fath er's murderers, the two men sailed for Australia...

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Scottish Rifles. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 4 November 1905

Scottish Rifles. Mr. E. B. Gillies, who was appoin ted hon. secretary pro. tern., in con nection with the formation of the proposed Scottish Eifles Corps, has received a communication from Lieut. Colonel Campbell. Thatgentle man advises the local Committee to forward a requisition signed by at least 60 intending members to the authorities. He is not sanguine, bow ever, about the request being granted under the existing circumstances. As there are now about 70 intending members enrolled, there should be no trouble in obtaining such a requisi tion. A meeting will be held next Wednesday evening to consider the matter. ______^^^__

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P. A. and H. Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 4 November 1905

P. A. and H. Notes. Freezing works are to be estab lished at Junee by the Farmers and Settlers' Association. ' Wheat buyers have bosun onera tions at Molong. Last week 1000 bushels of the coming season's wheat were purchased at 2s lOd per bushel. At Singleton last week a lucerne paddock of 7i acres realised £47 per af re, the highest price ever secured In the neighborhood for agricultural land. A graBS paddock of 5 acres 22| perches sold at £36 per acre. Many brood mares, several valu able draughts among them, have died this season out Manildra way. The disease resembles ' staggers.' It is urged that the Government Veterin ary Surgeon could assist breeders considerably were he to prepare a pamphlet dealing with the treatment of mares during the breeding season. Mr. diaries Schlue, of Barna watha, as his experiments with flax cultivation last year proved success ful, planted six acres this year, and the crop is now in the flowering stage. Considering the backward season, the crop is ...

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AN INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 4 November 1905

AN INQUIBT. After his win in the Handicap Hack Race an inquiry was held into the running of Unknown in the Trial Handicap. After a careful investiga tion . the owner, S- Dowker, was ? severely cautioned and fined £2. The jockey, Newton, was alsoseverely cautioned. In the House of Representatives, Mr. Brown (N.S.W.) advocated penny postage throughout tbe Common wealth Tho New South Wales revenue returns for October show an increase of £127,987 as compared with the saino month last year.

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Important Horse Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 4 November 1905

Important Horse Sale. One of the largest and most impor tant horse sales held in Corowa, was conducted by Messrs. A. A. Piggin and Co- on Thursday and Friday last. Being held at such an oppor tune time, there was a solid ring of interested horse buyers and sellers around the yard throughout the sale. The horses put through were the finest lot of animals ever put through the yard in Corowa. Mr. E. F. Gardner wielded the hammer, and offered 380 odd head, moat of which were sold. The draughts averaged about £32, the top price being £46 10s. for a draught mare, a three year old draught running that price very close, The majority of the sales were affected to local farmers, but there was a representative body of metropolitan buyers also in atten dance, including amongst others, Messrs. Claffrey, Gilder and Merriott. The sale was concluded at mid-day on Friday. A full report of prices etc., will be given in our next issue.

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Murray River Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 4 November 1905

Murray River Rifle Club. A committee meeting of the above Glub was held at the Fire Brigade Station on Wednesday evening. The following gentlemen had do nated trophies : — His Worship the Mayor (Aid Parkin), a gold medal ; Mr- Jas. Whittaker, a MartiniBu field Eifle ; Mr. Win. Johnson, 150 rounds of ammunition. The following arrangementc were made for shooting off these prizes : — THE PABKIN : — Two stages, each stage being juniors, 7 shots at 300, 400, and 500 yards. — Seniors, 7 shots at 300, 500, and 600 yards? Handi cap. 6d entry, 5s second prize, 3rd and fourth prize in ammunition. Dates : Saturdays 11th and 25lh No vember ; Wednesdays 8th and 22nd November. THE WHITTAKEB : — ior juniors, entry 6d. First prize, Eifle, 2nd, Entry Fees, 3rd and 4th ammunition ; 7 shots at 300, 400 and 500 yards. Dates : Wednesday 15th, and Satur day 18th November. It was decided to send a letter of thanks to the donors, and also a let ter of congratulation to Mr. Wm. Cary, who secured 2nd prize i...

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TREACHEROUS ATTACK. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 4 November 1905

TREACHEROUS ATTACK. ? At Poitov, the chief of police sum moned a largo deputation^ citizens to witness the liberation of the political prisoners. When the depu tation had gathered in the building the room was invaded without warn ing by Cossacks, who attacked the deputation fiercely, several being killed, and some twenty eight severely wounded.

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ANTI-SEMITIC OUTBREAKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 4 November 1905

ANTI-SEMITIC OUTBREAKS. Frenzied outbreaks have taken place against the Jews in Nishnouov gored, Eostoff, Cherson and Vitesbk, many being killed aud thoir houses plundered.

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TRYING TO OUTWIT WITTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 4 November 1905

TRYING TO OUTWIT WITTE. General Tronoff is suspected of trying to trip up Count Witle in his endeavors to rasters tho country to a tranquil state, by alternately toler ating, and suppressing the disorders in St. Petersburg. This course of action only tends to o&asporote the citizens. The Striko Committee have decided to terminate the gen oral strike to morrow (Friday).

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ENCOUNTERS WITH THE MILITARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 4 November 1905

ENCOUNTERS WITH THE MILITARY. Fatal encounters have taken place between the military and the people at Brelostock and Minsk. There have also boon many col lisions at Moscow bctweon the Bevo-' lutionaries and so-called Patriots. Tho general leading the so-called loyalists to take possession of Odessa, was shot dead.

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L. V. Races. OFFICIALS: [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 4 November 1905

L. V. Race?. Officials : Prosident^Mr. E. King. Vice-Prcnident — Mr. J. Jensen, Judge— Mr. Mitchell. Stewards— Messrs. R. Edols, 0. A. Leon, B. F. Gardner, W. J. Broadbent, and W. H. Hudson. Starters-Sir. J. Hiukins. Clerk of Course — Mr. J. Pitzpatrick. Clerk of Stales— Mr. J. P. Gnlbraith. Timekeeper— Mr. II. Koseubloom Hnndicapper — Mr, II. Mitchell. Treasurer — Mr. H. N, Bull. Hou. Auditor —Mr. E. P. Gardner;? Collectors — Messrs. Jensen, Cauiplin, and U Jjeary. Connnitleev-Messrs E. King, J. Jensen, D. Thompson, A Camplin, 1'. O'Leary, . T. J. KclJy, P. Fagan, R. N. Bull H. F. Gnrduer, B. O'Leary, M. Naglc, ond E. C. Woodman. Hon. Secretory — Mr. Shelly Smith. The L. V. Races were held on 'Wednesday last. The Committee were fortunate in securing splendid weather, but the attendance was not as good as might have been expected considering tho programme arranged. The attendance of ladies was very limited, although the weather, ap pointments and surroundiugs spec ially favored a pi...

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A BRAVE GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 4 November 1905

A BRAVE GENERAL. The crowd at Moscow collected at daybreak before the palace of tho Prefect and sorcuadod him with funereal dirges as a reminder of the slaughter of unoffending citizens. Iu tho midst of this a troop of sol diers suddenly appeared and were preparing to firo when General Lud noff dashed in front of tho rifles, and, showing his uniform, dared them to fire. This gallant act was the means of preventing a wholesale massacre,

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

HUQEN AND ILSLEY'S ' THALMA ' PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS, IS* OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, *E1 RUTHERGLEN, - 1IAEE all Kinds of Fioture Frames and Btook Art Mouldings in Oak, Gold, Green, Brown, etc. Mounts Cut. W. H. EDMONDSON, solicitoe, Sanger-strcct, Corowa. Commissioner foe affidavits new South Wales and Victobia. F. A. CURRIE, SOLICITOE, COROWfl. COMMISSIONER FOH AFFIDAVITS. money to lend ox approved security-. TYPEWRITER FOR SALE. FOR SALE, TYPEWRITER, Smith Premier, No. 4. Kew. Cost £25 in Svdnev Price, £20. Apply 'CHRONICLE' OFFICE, Sangcr-street. MISS BURGESS, SHNGER-ST., COROWfl, OPPOSITE T. PARKTN'S STORE.. Has opened a First-class Fruit and Confectionary Business. ONLY THE BEST BRANDS OF CON FECTIONERY KEPT. Fresh Fruit Daily. LETTERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO, AND ORDERS DISPATCHED IMMEDIATELY. — MONSTER — FLORAL FETE CARNIVAL. . . —AND — SPORTS ! (BY NIGHT AND DAY) —ON SPORTS GROUND, ALBURY. November 8 & 9, 1905. PROGRAMME : BICYCLE RACE, Three Miles Handicap   Pri...

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THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 8 November 1905

THE CONCERT. The concert was Held last evening and attracted a crowded house. The entertainment comprised recitations by the Messrs. J. McNicoll, Lily Ritchie, and Masters Jack Bath and Ray Hammill. During the evening the prizes and gift books for the year were presented. The musical programme comprised an item of interest in ' The March with the Best Foot Forward,' which was executed by scholars carrying banners and singing their marshal song, the scholars marching off the platform, down the aisle, returning in inarching order to their places on tto pla.tt6i.-mj ^in(ii/te. tfie various chords given, waved their .banners to rijjIAj'left atid'Bb'wn, to^wh'ole being vewWe\lV^^«6V^v»4''thB;crowning feiir4^6ftl?e',1%p%:i;.^he;8ame cnorufit,y.'ith waving^anuers, as also the hyme as given on the Sunday evening were interspersed through the night's programme!'1 ''? Addresses were delivered by Rev. G. R. Black (Chairman,) Mr. C. Emerton (Superintendent,) and Mr. H. Langler (Secretary,) the ...

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Methodist Church. SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 8 November 1905

Methbdist Ghurfch, Sunday SdHodL Asniversabt. Anniversary services in connection with the Methodist Sunday Sohool were held on Sunday. The interest in the proceedings was manifested by the crowded attendance, seats having to be placed down the aisle, and even then there was hardly sufficient ac commodation. Such encouragement to their efforts gives increased zeal to the endeavours of the leaders of the Church, besides filling the chil dren with an understanding and appre ciation of the interest token in their spiritual welfare by their parents and religious preceptors.- The great importance to the Church of bavins ft thorough understanding and sympathy with their chil dren, was the key-note of the sermons, delivered by the visit ing clergymen, the Eev. C. Fowler (Butherglen), and Eev. J. K. Turner (Albury). The former gentleman conducted the morning and afternoon services, and delivered a fund of pregnant advice and exhortation to the parents and older people present. In th'* 'after...

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Hopefield-Oaklands Railway League. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 8 November 1905

Hopefield-Oaklands Rail way League. A meeting of the above league was held in the Council Chambers yester day, there being present : The Mayor (Aid. Parkin) chair, and Aldermen Shortt, Gardner, Chivell, Messrs. F. A. Currie and Galbraith, and the hon. secretary, Mr. Falconer Fraser. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed, The following report from tho Chief Railway Engineer was re ceived : — proposed railway from hope field TO CLEAR HILLS. I beg to inform you that I inspected the route of the proposed railway from Hopefield to Clear Hills on September 22nd and 23rd. The line on leaving the existing railway at Hopefield would follow the^main road due north {or about half a mile, and would then turn at right' anglos and run due west through Messrs. Piggin and Holliborne's farms to T.S. reserve No. 997, thenoe in a north-westerly direction past the village of Burryjaa and along the T.S. reserve for about 16 miles to the village of Daysdale ; at this point the line...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 8 November 1905

Personal. We are pleased to announce that Mr. F. Fogarty, of Corowa, the well known mail contractor, has recovered from his recent illness, and is now able to get about again. Mr. J. W. Roxburgh, one time manager of the Bank of Australasia in this town, and at present occupy ing the same position in Albury, has been promoted to take charge of the Launceston (Tas.) Branch. The many friends of Mr. Farrell of Redlande, brother by the way of the well-known writer, the late John Farrell, will regret to learn that his eleven year old boy, Edgar, is at present rather seriously ill in the Corowa Hospital. Mrs. Farrell brought the little chap in on Mon day. The many friends of the Minister of Customs (Sir William Lyne) will be glad to learn that be has practi- . cally recovered from his recent severe illness, and that he will be able to take up his officia duties again.

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Pastures Protection Board Election. MR. C. L. LEWIS ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 8 November 1905

Pastures Protection Board Election. MR, C. L. LEWIS ELECTED. The ballot in connection with fill ing the position vacant on the Corowa Pastures Protection Board, rendered vacant by the resignation of Mr. G. H. Willis, was held yesterday. The result of Jie Yfl|ing tutbb.-:— 1, iu C.Ls-JBaJWi9i.-.- ... 72.'. w ? ,,E J&J&PWJBB, ....i^uui .-. L.-.4,.K,:J%ra-lW*Ni.- -j£ r^ Mr. Lewis was declared 4^ elected ,by, jthe^Retuming Offiper, Mr. AVlH. Bray, Chairman orthe Board. ,. ?.,

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