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Rival Railway Routes. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 November 1905

Rival Railway Routes. In last issue of the '' Chronicle ' we published the report of the Chief Engineer on the proposed railway line from Hopefield to Clnr Hills. The reports on other proposed lines are now available. PROPOSED RAILWAY FROM LOCK HABT TO CLEAR HILLS.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
An Important Function. PRESENTATION TO MESSRS. CLINTON BROS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 November 1905

An Important Function. PEESENTATION TO MESSRS. CLINTON BBOS. A very pleasing function took place at the Globe hotel on Thursday last. As already announced in tho ' Chronicle ' Messrs. Clinton Bros, of Bedlands and Corowa, were suc cessful in winning the Gold Medal presented by Messrs. George Shirley and Co., of Sydney, for their exhibits in the different shows during this year. On Thursday the presentation of the medal took place. Mr. George Shirley, attended specially from Syd ney, and there were also present : — The Mayor (Aid. T. Parkin) in the chair, and Messrs. B. G. S. Morkham, C. A. Izon, Jas. Strachan, J. Levin, H. Taylor, Jos- Chicken, J. O'Brien, A. Cainplin, — Shepherd, and the Messrs. Clinton Bros: The medal presented was one that any farmer might he proud to possess. It was made of solid gold, being de signed and engraved by Proud of Sydney. On the face was ' Shirley's ' well-kuown motto, a hand holding a bag of sovereigns with the inscription above, ' Money from the so...

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Progress Committee and Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 November 1905

'Progress Committee . and : Borough Council. .. . At Tuesday night's meeting of the Borough Council, the following letter was received from Mr. P. C. Figgin, , President of the Coi-owa ProgreBB Committee: — ' ? Corona, November 1, 1905. . To the Mayor and Councillors, Municipal District of Corowa. ' GENTLEMEN,— I regret having to direct the attention of the members of your . Council to a letter - directed by myseU as Presideut of the Corowa Progress Committee to the Mayor and Councillors, also a para graph taken from a recent issue of the Corowa CHBOKICLE, copies of which I now band you. To the Mayor and Councillors of Municipal District oi Corowa. 'GENTLEHEH, — In a communication received to-day from Sir W. J. Lyne, he states that when in Corowa eomo one drew his attention to the flimsy pieces of paper on which notices of registered letters, Ac, are placed in private boxes. He communicated with tho Postmaster General en the subject, nud received tho following reply : — ' With refer...

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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 November 1905

Sporting Notes. The well-known sire 'Sunrise' died at his owner's residence, Mr. M. H. Devlin, on Monday night. This celebrated horse was 25 years old, and reputed to be the sire of more winners than any other horse in Australia. The Flying Stakes at Flemington on Thursday resulted in a magnifi cent finish, Gladsome winning by a head from Scotland, with Oreillet a head further back. The winner started at 5 to 1, Oreillet being favorite at 6 to 4 against. »' * * Lady Wallace, by winning the Caulfield guineas, Derby and Oaks, has put up a record. She is engaged in the Spring Handicap to be run at Flemington to-day. ? ♦ ? Isolt, one of Mr. Steads' colts, who shaped so well at Raudwick last Spring meeting, won the Oaks Stakes run on Thursday in connection with the Christchurch (N-Z.) Jockey Clubs' meeting. Noctuiform ? won the Canterbury Cup the previous day, defeating his only opponent Mahutonga, who conceded the 3 year old 241b. I- * Us It seems that Emir's lameneBB is more serious th...

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INSPECTOR OF NUISANCES REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 November 1905

INSPECTOR OF NUISANCES BEPOBT. I beg to report having oollccted £29 10s sanitary charges, leaving about £4 10s out standing. Out of the sum of £805 0s 2d genoral ratos paid sinco 1st July Ia6t, £247 2s 8d had been collected, and this had taken up a great deal of his time. No cases of infectious diseases reported to date. The sanitary contractor is performing his work satisfactorily. Aid. Thompson said with reference to the special effort that bad beeu made by the Inspector of Nuisances to get in the rates that some extra remuneration should be granted to him. He moved that the Counoil Clerk prepare a list of the rateB col lected by the special efforts of the inspector for. tbe Council next meet ing. Aid; Chivell seconded, and it was carried. MOTIONS PURSUANT TO NOTICE. Aid. Thompson moved that the amount of penalty, 10s, for 'straying cattle be reduced to 2b. He had no sympathy with straying cattle, but there are cases where there is no blame to be attached, and the Police ' Magistr...

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

W. L. Taylor * Co., (Walter L. ? Taylor. Geo. C. Moiphett) AUCTIONEERS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, WHEAT BUYERS. Agents for The Australian Mutual Provident Society. The Ocean Accident Co. The Australian Mutual Fire Insur ance Co. The Royal Insurance Go. M'Dougall's Sheep Dip. Wischer's & Cb's Manures.. Cohoe and Walster's Babbit Poisoner. The Australian Mutual Fire Insur ance Association of Austral Asia, Limited. Offices : BANGER STREET, COROWA. CHEAP MONEY. We have £26,000 Trust Honeys to lend on Broad Acres in sums to suit at 4%, 4J%, aud 4J%, accordiug to security. W. h. TAYLOR & CO., Corowa. nnNURE. Wischer's Superphosphate Guaranteed a very high grade manure, feeds readilv through drill, and one of the cheapest Superphosphates on the market. Manufactured in Australia. Full particulars from W. L. TAYLOR & CO., Local Age ts. HUGEN AND ILSLEY'S ' THA1MA ' PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS, 13' OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, *SJ RUTHERGLEN, MAKE all Kinds of Picture Frames aud Sto...

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ROADS COMMITTEE'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 November 1905

roads Committee's Bepobt. We beg to report that, together with Mr. Bray, we have examined the following streets: Whitchead aud Walker Streets, and would recommend that Whitehead street, from Evelyn-street to Bow-street be formed, and fine gravelled, also the foot paths be gravelled six feet wide. Walker street to be formed and fine gravelled, and footpaths gravelled six feet wide. The Mayor said they had £25 down for Walker-street, and £55 for Whitehead-streei in their estimate. Aid. Thompson moved, 'That plans be prepared, and tenders called for tlie work recommended by tbe Works Committee.' Seconded by Aid. Chirell, and carried. SUBVEYOB'S KEPOBT. I have tbe honor to report that I have taken levels in Isabel-street as instructed, and aui of opinion that the part of Isabel Etreet, between Sanger and Eeisling-streets can be formed with Sin, of fine gravel 15ft. tride don-n centre and both footpaths gravelled for width of 6ft. at a total cost of £25. The section between Reisling-stre...

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

founghusband, Row & Co. Proprietary, Ltd., .NNOUNCE their forthcoming AUCTION iALES, for which cutties are now being eceived : — Stock Sale, Tallnngatta Yards, Saturday, llth'^oVember. Stock Sale, 'Wodonga Yards, Tuesday, 14th November. Sale of Elm Park, Jindora, at Albury, Weauesdny, 15th November. Wodonga Hor«e Sale (in conjunction with Messrs. Campbell and Sins, Kirk's ftizuu'). Wednesday and Thursday, 15tli aud 16th November. Sale of Sheepskins, Hides, Tallow, Furred Skins, etc., Albuiy, Friday, 17th November. Opening Wool Sale will be held at .ttbury, Friday, 17th November. Stock Sale, Albury Yards, Tuesday, 21st November. Stock Sale, Wahva Yards, Thursday, 23rd November. Stock Sale, Corryong Yards. Saturday, 25th November. ' ' SPECIAL HORSE SALE AT CULCAIRN. SATURDAYJ8th NOV., COMMENCING AT 10.30 A.M. SHABr. R. T. HOUGH Has received instructions to sell by public auction at the TRUCKERS YARDS, CULCAIRN, on above date, 40 Young Draught Colts and Fillies. Also a number o...

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REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 November 1905

REPORTS Tkeascrek's Report. I beg £0 state that the several accounts of the Municipality arc this day as under noted ; — £ s d Main Account ? 856 9 C N. P. A ? 27 0 1 Loan Account ? 141 5 6 (Signed) C. T. BREWER. Accounts amounting to £678 10s. 4d. were passed for payment, the greater portion being for street im provement works. When these accounts are paid (ho Genera! Account will stand (the interest being al ready paid) as follows :— Cr ? 856 9 0 Less ? 191 15 8 Cr. Balance ? 881 13 9 The Loan aud Park Accounts will bo closed. TheN.P.A. Account will be in credit £4 5s lid. The accounts were passed for payment.

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 November 1905

Local and General. CROWDED OUT.— Owing to pressure of local news, Sydney Woman's Letter, ' On the Fringj of the Crowd,' Church Notices, and other interesting matters are held over. MEASLES. — There is a rather serious epidemic iu measles on the other side. Forty-five cases arc reported amongst pupils of the State School at Wahinmvah. HOSPITAL.— The long-delayed endow ment for the Corowa Hospital is to hand at last, the Government having paid the sum of £420 13s lid into the Institution's Bank account. ' TATTEESALL'B.'~Messrs. Farrelland Walters drew 'Trumpery ' in Tnttereall's sweep on the Now Zealand Cup. Mr. J. Gray, of Kentucky Station, also drew 'Kildean ' in the Melbourne Cupmeep. PREVENT DESPONDESXY. — Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will brace up the nerves, banish sick headache, prevent despondency, and invigorate the whole system. Much easier to take than pills. For sale by T. Parkin, Corowa.' SCHOOL ACCIDENT.— We are glad to learn that Mr. J. B. Iron's son, Jack, ...

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Our Local Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 November 1905

Our Local Parliament. The usual monthly meeting of the Corowa Borough Council was held on Tuesday evening, when there were present : — The Mayor (ehair,) Aldermen King, Lewis, Chivell, Gardner, Thompson, Piggin, Ritchie and Shortt. The Council Clerk (Mr. A. H. Bray,) and the Inspector of Nuisances (Mr. Falconer Fraser), were also in attendance. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDEKCE. The following correspondence was received : — From ' Lux ' Light Coy. Sydney, bringing the ' Lux ' light under the notice of the Council as a mediumforUghtingtbetown. Agreed to allow the matter to stand over for the present. ' From Pastures Protection Board asking the Council to take steps to restrict the sale of wax matehes dur ing the Summer months, by request ing storekeepers etc., in Corowa, to enter into a bond not to sell wax matches between the 20th October, and 20th March next, with a view to minimising the danger from l)U6h fires. Decided that the Council C...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 November 1905

Commercial. LOCAL EBTAIL PEICES. ? Butter (factory) Is Id to Is 2cL Butter, (dairy), 8d to lOd. Cheese, 9d to lOd. Eggs 7d. Bacon, 9d to 103. Ham, 9dtoJ.0a. Currants, 5id to Cd. ... Baisine, 5d to 6d. : Onions, (per. cwt.), 29s. Potatoes, lie. Oats, 2s 6d to 28 9(3. Fowl feed, 3s. Bran, lid to Is. Pollard, Is Id to Is 2d. Hour, 16s to 17s. Chaff, £3.

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CABLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 November 1905

CABLES. Fifty Jewish school children at Kessheniff, who had hidden in cel lars during the massacres, died from starvation. : The fund for the relief of the Jews in Russia amounts to .£4.0,000. Lord Rothschild subscribed /Tio.ooo. Sir Ernest Cassell ^5000, and Jacob Schiff, of New York, j£io,ooo. Count Witte has dismissed eleven provincial governors connected with the recent massacres, hoping by this action to propitiate the Jewish financiers. The railway uuion at St Peters burg has advised the railway men to ' store their arms until the mo ment for a decisive encounter comes, and then to rise as one man aud win complete victory.' The strike in Finland has ended. General Trepoff has resigned. He has repeatedly tendered his re signation before. The Prince and Princess of Wales arrived at Bombay yesterday. Lady Rawson is improving in health, and is now able to sit up.

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COROWA FORTNIGHTLY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 November 1905

COROWA. FORTNIGHTLY MARKET. A. A. PlOGW 4 Co., report holding their ordinary fortnightly market sale on Thurs day, 9th inst. A good yarding of sheep and cuttle were submitted. Bidding was some what slack, hut at auction and privately an entire clearance of sbeep was effected, and good prices were realised all round for both cattle and sheep. The quality of the latter was of very superior character. The Bale right through was very satisfactory. Sales comprised — 560 1-tooth merino ewes, shorn, Us, S00 do., 14b, 460 2-tooth merino weth ers JOs 3d, 120 2-tooth merino ewe's 12e-4d. No fat sheep yarded. In cattle we sold 'fat bullocks to £6 10s, cows to £5, milkers £0 6s, steers £8 17s, and heifers £2 12s. Young cattle at ruling rates. We Bold drafts of stock for Mossrs. A. A. Howard, C. Howard, J. Breen, J. Seymour, D. Oswald, D. Brown, O'Brien, Kennedy and others. Our next market will be held on the 23rd inst.

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CHINESE LOTTERY CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 November 1905

CHINESE LOTTERY CASES. The Full Court sent the Chinese lottery cases back to the magistrates for re-hearing. SIDNEY., Friday night. The Crick case was continued at the Water Police Court to-day. Mr. McFarlaue, the Under Secretary for Lands, was in the witness box, and stated that the Taylor exchange was most advantageous . to the State, as a considerable area was made available to the public. Crick asked Mr. Houston to produce - the report of Bowes, which he declined to do. Crick said he would have the Judge subpoenaed, but Mr. Pilcher said that Crick had no power to ask for such report. After some heated argument an ad journment was granted for a week. In the Dalle}' case to-day one witness was found to have been subpoenaed by both sides. There was a good deal said about money bein'e offered. It was asserted that as Dalley was a man of means there was a desire to make something out of him. The witness was treated as hostile, aud underwent severe cross-examination. The steamer Wallu...

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

WHY DOES A WOMAN LOOK OLD SOONER THAN A MAN? Why does, a woman's IiiMlth so often break | washing tub, let hiin°.L'et healed n\:h the hot suds until every poru i;. ojJci»-il, 1 ii -n iet him stand over tlie fihliy sti-:nn tli:it cni»j fr.-m scalding and boiliin- i-lut!.r.s, a.:.i li:s lujltii certainiy would bre.ik down Uifure IumS, nud jet this terri'jle ordeal is u»a-i!y' wli.it a and besides, while ovcrlieaied at itit: ]jot \i*orl-t she has to risk her life by guii.K u«t in the open air to lian«^ up cloliiea. Tliese facts. readily explain why so many women iu*A- o! J ] while yet youn^ in years, and pl.vsici.uis ai-.J 1 boards of h ' ': e,m:iol draw ait.-nltun iuu j strongly tu . ^ injurious efficlj if tlie 11s11.1l ; way of washing, with its nei;ussarv steam ami I scalding or builing to get tlic i-luihcs p-j:-e and sweet. I'ortiul.ilely lliis trou'n;e r;jn Hl- 1 avoided; scalding, boiling, and steam dc-iu j awavu-itli, clothes mad^ sweet and bejutifaily white, and much sooner tha...

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

GEORGE W. FIGGINS, Bicycle Works, Sanger-street, Corowa. MACHINES built to order £roin £10 10s to £14 10*, with 12 mouths1 guarantee!, samples of which cnii be .seen on Ibc premises. All out Machines are carefully tested before delivery, nnd the finish nnd staying power is of the best. LADIES' AND GENT'S BIKES FOR HIKE. Acetylene Gas Lamps aJ1 prices. Parts of Machines kept in stock, or made to older. We repair all classes of Bicycles aud Guns. Enamelling done on the premises. In Your Home . . YOU CAN BG . . Quickly and Permanently Cured by Our Treatment! f INHERE is no longer any excuse for continued illness. Others JL were cured ; you can 'be if you will. Our efficient and com plete Diagnosis System enables 'us to treat your trouble :n your O7cn home, no matter what [?] it may be. We have cured thousands of people whom we have never seen. It is simply grand, this method of ours ; it saves you time and es])ense, and* you can be as well and faithfully advised as if you visited our S...

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

Printed airi PubliBbea by ALBEM JOHN ESAU, Solo Proprietor, at liU Machine Printing Office, Sauger-Stieet, Corow«, in tbo State of New South Wulee,

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Condensed. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 November 1905

Condensed. Hot weather prevailed at the be ginning of the week. Thermometer 105 at Swan Hill on Tuesday. Severe heat this week. 105 at Bourke on Wednesday. 9G at Corowa. 100 at Balldale. Sharp and sudden duststorui on Wednesday night. It only lusted a few seconds, and was the precursor of a cool change. Perfect weather for the Cuj). An attendance cf 85,000 people. The owner of Blue Spec won £10,000 in bets. Gonaiuhil cut out on Wednesday. Allniry Borough Council are trying a new experiment. A section of the main street is to be tar-paved. It will cost 16s :i yard — in all £350. It is claimed the new system does away with dust, and that there is no necessity to water the streets. ' Ferocious ' Cossack butchery at TLflis. School children shot like spar rows.' ' Fresh massacres of Jews in Russia organising. Position awful. Many Jewish communities already entirely destroyed. Bush fires are raging in the Bun daberg district (Q.) They have done considerable dam age in the Liverpool, Leura...

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They Found It. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 November 1905

They Found It. HIekystein and Jmklnstein had been to vited to a splendid dinner. It waa imposrfWt for JcnkinBtein not to make otpital oat of mch an opportunity ; aocordlngV/ ht managed to slip a silver deuort-apoon bio hit boot. Hiokystein was green with envy at Jenkinatein's anooeas, for he had not eraa manipulated a taltapoon. But an Me* itrmok him. 'MyfTanV he sail 'IWH «b*wjro«a oonjurlne trick.' TaUnj: jp ? 'JO*. *? said, 'ton aee deea tpaoar Tell, II «M gone,' he oriel, pawing; It at U) that* ' Too vm to* KiaT.oUa.iiai'aW' .ItWMiMtA

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