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Cricket. COROWA v. YARRAWONGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

Cricket. COBOWA v. YARRAWONGA. A match was -played on Monday last agaiuBt Yarrawonga on ,the local ground, play commencing at 11.80. Yarrawonga won the :.; toss, 'and sent ;C6rdwa to, the .wickets. .During the .afternoon, tea was served out to the players by Mrs. Lang and Mibs Smith. Yarrawonga won easily- by 162 runs. Following are the scores: — COBOWA.— First Innings. A. BayliEB, l.b.w., b Maher ... ... 14 H. Bayliss, b Gaunt ... ... 94 T. Henderson, b Maher ... ... 0 J. B. Wood, b Maher ... . ... 6 S. McKiium, o Forbes, b Gaunt ... 0 G, Morpbett, b Gaunt ... ... 1 R. Johnson, b Maher ... ... . 8 G. Wilson, b Gaunt ? 0 A, McNab, b Maher ? 0 B. Stephens, b Maher ... ... 1 A. 'Jackson, not out ... ... 3 Sundries ? ... ;6 Total ? 60 YABBAWONOA.— First Innings. G. Mason, b Jackson ... ... 1 H. Clarkson, b Jackson , ... ... 6 J. B. Ronnie, b Henderson ... ... 96 T. Amott, ho.w.. b Wilson... . '... 35. Webster, b Stephens ... ... 6 A. Broderick, 0 Jackson, b Henderson 1 Forbes, not out ...

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Mr. R.T. Ball, M.L.A., at Lockhart. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

Mr. R. T. Ball, M.L.A., at Lockhart. Mr. R. T. Ball, M.L.A. visited Lock hart recently, and discussing the land question, which overshadows all others in point of importance, was the principal matter to occupy atten tion, and in connection with the vexed question of throwing, open for settlement the .various reserves in this district, Mr. Ball gave it . as his opinion that steps in the direction asked would shortly be taken by the Minister for Lands. To hasten the matter, and to strengthen the Minis ter's hands, Mr. Ball urged the early preparation of an estimate concern ing the comparative value of the timber if preserved for, say 28 years, and the value of the products, rail way freight derivable from the carnage thereof, &c, for the same number of years if the land were put under cultivation. Joint subcom mittee's from the Brookong Farmers' tJnion and the Lockhart Progress As sociation were some' time ago ap pointed for 'this purpose, anS the hope was expressed that early...

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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

Tennis. The open tournament, held. Under the auspices of the Corowa Tennis Club, . was very successful. Al though the weather on Saturday was rather warm, Monday was a perfect day. There was a splendid attend ance of players nnd onlookers from Rutherclen. Chiltern. Yirrawonca,: and the surrounding districts. There was some splendid play during the tournament, some of the visitors- be ing in great 'form. Those1 ladies of the Club who' entertained the visit ors with refreshments were unremit ting in their efforts. The results were as follows : — 6ATOBDAY AND MONDAY. Ladies Doubles— Handicap . lstRound. Hisses Gray and E. Piggin beat Mrs. Begg and Mrs. J. P. Taylor 2-6, 6-6, 6-3 Slid Bound. Mrs. A. Stead and Miss ChiveU beat Misses G. and M. Hay 6-9, 6-1 ? ? ? ? Miss Moule and Miss Hay beat Miss Gray and Miss Piggin 6-5, 6-1 FnJAL. ' Misses Moulo and Hay beat Mrs. Stead and Miss ChiveU 8-6, 6-2, 6-5 Mens' Singles. — Handicap. 1st Bound. C. A. Myring beat J. H. Kilgour 3-6, 6-1 W. Trant...

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LADIES' BATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

LADIES' BATHS. The matter of the Ladies'~Ba,ths ,\\aa brought forward by Aid. Kiijg at |^*M3ouncil- Meeting. The,fmbject did' not receive the seriousr attention commensurate with iffi /iuy^-rj$gc6.. Of its desirability a little' reflection will convince. In a few daystfee^bpi and dusty summer 'ming-iloiaing ;its triumphant swav. In such con ditions batliing is riot a lufcury, but a necessity. A necessity demanded by health and happiness. There was ^.time, certainly, jd England's bis toS:yv' when baths were unknown. £br 'many a generation, after the Eoman period, the race lapsed from the path of cleanliness in this re spect. Yet it was a great period in the 6tory of our race. But in that, country there was not a sweltering enervating climate, and a duBt-laden, remorseless atmosphere. The marble and stone bath that the Eoman loved became moss-grown and entwined with the creeping ivy. Still, for all we know, the maidens of old merry England may have flitted with light footsteps through...

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DAYSDALE POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9. (Before Messrs G. J. Johnston, F. Patey, and W. B. Sanger. J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

DAYSDALE POLICE COURT. Thursday, November 9, ' (Before Messrs G. J. Johnston, F. Piitev. and W. B. Sancer. J's.P.) Frederick HamSjWfts fined 20b, and: 8scoBtsof court,' ,Wai20sfpr -wit- j^- nwses expenses, or 14 days gaol for assaulting Ernest Thos. Stewart. i John Lynob, charged with being drunk was fined is or the rising of the Court, and for indecent behavour was fined 5s, or 3 days gaol. William Curnow, was fined 5s, or 3 days gaol for 'indecent behaviour. small debts court. Thursday, November 9. (Before Messrs G. J. Johnston, F. Patey, andW. B. Banger, J's.P.) Euden Singh v. .John Howard' O'Neill, goods sold ana delivered, £4 11s. Adjourned till 14th December. Same v. James Breakell, purchase money of mare, &c., £5 13s 6d. Ad journed till 14th December. Same v John Thomson, goods sold and delivered, £1 2s 9d. No appear ance of defendant. Verdiot for plaintiff, with 10s costs.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

Convincing Experience. ' I was badly soaldod some months ago,' ?writes Mrs. Knight, storekeeper, Lutwyche (Q-), 'and after trying many remedies gave up the idea of their giving me any relief. I was about to oall in a doctor, when I re mcmlwed. Chamberlain's Fain Balm 'n bighiy recommended ior burns and scalds, and concluded to give it a trial, The way it stopped the pain and reduced the inflam mation aud swelling in such a short time was really magical. This experience con vinced me that it is a splendid liniment, and ever since I have been recommending it to iny customers and irJeDds,' JPor saJ« by T. Parkin, Corowa.* No woman can be plain who has beauti ful teeth made by B. K, BULL, next P.O., Oorowa,*

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DAYSDALE. GREETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

DAYSDALE. GREETING. In the first place I mii'lit mention that we are very pleased to welcome the Chronicle amongst us. Its news is good, it is well printed, and it has the appearance of being a live, up-to-date paper, and I think you can safely rely upon a large amount of supDort froni this district. Perhaps some people will smile at that be cause Daysdale, in the past seems to have been rather a despised place. I want to mention here that I am not going to be a ' stinking-fish ' corres pondent. Daysdale is a big district, a good district, and I am quite con vinced of the fact that before very long it will be a very important dis trict, and I am going to treat it as such. PRESENTATION. , About. 40 gentlemen- met at the Exchange Hotel on the evening of the 14th in'st., for the purpose of tak ing part in the presentation of a solid gold medal each to Messrs Oscar Kuschert (captain), and George Quilkey (secretary) by the local foot ballers, in recognition of the very valuable services ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

Xocal and General. CORttESrONDEKTB.—H. 11-\ The capa city of your tank' U 322} cubio yards. PhOOEEBB COMMITTEE. — The Progress Committee meets on Friday at the School ot Arts. ' ST. M&BY'S CHCrBCH.—Tb»; report jl. Fntbor Alphonsus1 'sermon on%uj-dny ereiP*' ing last will he found on tho front page of this issue. . TBAIN DELAY.— The Wahgunyah train vras en: he-ur asft* Salf late on Monday morning owing to a truck running off the line at Euthergleu. A 'Freak op Natdre.— A*1re&i2 ; oV nature has occurred at Mr. Bharm&u's resi dence, at South Corowa, where a chicken with four legs has been hatched. The chick is alive and kicking, (very much so) at time of writing. Pbevent Despondency. — Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets ,. will brace up the nerves, banish sick headache, prevent despondency, and invigorate the whole system. Hfucu easier to take than pills. For sale 'by T. Parkin, Corowa.* Measles at Wahoontah.— In cause-, quence of an epidemic ot measles am...

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COROWA TO TOCUMWAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

OOBOWA TO TOCUMWAL. (Bt Knockabout.) From Corowa toMuhvalathe crops are fair ; about Bobmanooinana the crops are in instances faulty, and ap proaching Jorilderie, about Langunya, a large percentage are poor, it being hard to say whether it is barley, grass or wild oats. There 'appears to be a big return for early sowing, . and for the careful farmers. Many of the crops are faulty for'want of tillage. Down the Murray from Tocumwal there are some lovely wheat, crops, the result of being flooded by the overflow of the Murray, while alongside, the crops that were not flooded are miserable. I hear landowners are sueing the Government for damages by the flooding, through the embankment giving way. It would appear that these parties ought to bless the Go vernment for giving them 30 bushels to the .acre, instead of a failure.

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Sporting Notes. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

Sporting Notes. ? RACING FlEtUBEB. ' i ' ' Murrmubidgee T, Club, November 15 and 1G. Tumut Picnic R. C, November 29. Goulbum R. Club, Kovcmbcr 30 and December 1, . Rutherglen B. Club, Decomber 36. The V.R.C. Spring Meeting was con cluded on Saturday in delightful weather. The results of the racing were : — Spring Handicap: Scotland 1, Elysium 2, Boy. croft 3. Flemington Stakes: Haut Gout 1, Melodrama 2, Benbow 8. V.R.C. Han dicap: Aurate 1, Proceedor 2, Panama 8. C. B. Fisher Plate : Tartan 1, Gladsome 2, Torah 3. Cup Steepleohasc : Rearguard 1, Dingo 2, Abdullah 3. Aidful StakeB : Contra 1, Friend 2, Barreujoev 3. Final Handicap : F. J.A. 1, Harmony 2, Overdalo 3. * * * Blue Spec started a warm favorite for the' V.R.C. Handicap on Saturday, but failed to get a place. The Cup winner, who was ridden 1-y Godby, was knocked back when making his run after passing1 the six fur longs, and that no doubt spoilt any chance he had of winning. « * * Odds of C to 4 were freely laid on Tartan fo...

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District News. WALLA WALLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

-District News. (From our own Correspondents.) WALLA WALLA. The Fillis Elarnily performed here last Wednesday night, and were well reoeived; The Walla Walla brass band was in' attendance, and ren dered Inusio during the evening. At a meeting a tennis club was formed, with a start of ft dozen members. Everything is being done to get the court finished ready for a start. We wish the club every success. Twenty-one candidates were^con firmed at the Lutheran Church on Sunday week by the Rev. Pastor Simpbendorier. . That clergyman has been kept busy lately with the marriage service around here, and I am informed another one or two couples are in tending to be joined in the bonds of matrimony before this lucky year is out. The shearing lias been kept back on account of the rain and scarcity of shearers, but most of the stations hare out out, and I believe have had a very good clip. The crops 3o not Jpok as forward as last 'year, rs the1 wet poison 'lias not been too ' favorable, Dut there ...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

??? '? Commercial. LOCAL RETAIL' PRICES. Butter (factory) Is Id to U 2d. ?v Butter, (dairy), 8d to ' KM. Cheese, 9d to lOd. Eggs 7d. ' . Bacon, 9d to lOd. Ham, 9dtol0d. Currants, 51d to 6d. ' Bai6ins, 5d to 6d. Onions, (per. cwt.), 19s. Potatoes, 11s. Oats, 2s 6d to 2s 9d. Fowl feed, 3s. Bran, lid to Is. Pollard, Is 4d to Is 5d. Flour, 16s to 17s. Chaff, £3.

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"Social Evils." SERMON BY FATHER ALPHONSUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

'Social Evils.' SEBirON BY FATHER ALPITOXSUS. There was a very lurge coiigrogatiou at St. Mary's Church, Corowa, on Sunday night, when Father Alphoiisus gave ail address on Social Evils. During the couri-c of his remarks, he said the CliurcU, anxious for the welfare of her cliildren-, was coutinuaUy iilacinf means liefoiv; tiem to remedy and assuage tJioso perils which endangered their s,oul-. Not content with the diviuc assurance l( Conic unto Me all yo that aie heavy laden mid I wiU refresh you,' ihe Lliuivh placed con tinually before the cxu.ui)-le of saintly lives that they might foliow in their foolstfps. They had the examy!.: of tho Virgin Mjirj and her spoufie Joseph in their little home in Nazareth. His Jjolinuss Ixo XJTI, in dcah'ng with the trouliler; under which they lived, specially told ihuin i.i cai-t their eyes upou the fife of St. 'Joseph and 'to ? look to hiai as an example. Touching tho evils of the present d.'.\ . ihev are manv in number, but almost :iil of ilium ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

GEORGE W. FIGGINS, - ?-*itjyei^'irtyriraJ,-Se«iger-Btreet, 6or6W&. MACHINES built to order from £10 10s to £U 10s, with 12 months' guarantee, samples of which can be seen on the premises. All our Machines are carefully tested before deliver}-, and the finish and staying powei is of the best. LADIES' AND GENT'S BIKES FOB HIRE. Acetylene Gas Lamps al- prices. Parts of Machines kept in stock, or made to order. We repair all classes ol Bicycles and Guns. Enamelling done on the premises. WHEN HEALTH IS LOST, How to regain IT is the problem1 that confronts every Weak aud Ailing Man or Woman. There are thousands of sufferers who have tried to solve it for years, but without success; The old style methods of treatment have « failed, and alwdys rtould fail. a-Si ' Most of the serious ailments that '-ff&gAj '' afflict mankind are traceable to ''''ffjCaVV'' a loss of the natural amount of ?^—^ '~~7~i-§fci.' Electricity from the system, and J0F% -T-H8'^'V- ''' *' stan^s lo 'a601...

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UNLOCK THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

UNLOCK THE LAND. The meeting to-morrow night must be successful. Successful,, not only in attendance, but in effect. The promise of early atteutiou by Parliament to the greatest question of this generation is hopeful. The need of closer settlement is recog nised by all classes of the commun ity. It has cassed fronr.-ihe stndv ij-f the eopnonitet to $e tlt6 belief of 4lie^M'aji iiifc^tlie streets Under €)em«icr^;y $s w;]I is law. Iris nottoo liiucl'i to say that the laws of a country are in a sense made on the^street ££-!&&.- That thetv^rC sucjfeiaHsiliiie^to their origiuai? iiou.--Boni in - th&HfiincLs~6t the Jifeve r^r&(^^ JiM^jLlaf g*jjBeUl^ siiccessireIy*'Jii tlieuearts of the politician aud the people. And in die eousiderptioii.of Ufo gvtesrion a' conclusio^lMs^iieri -&raBticiHy As sisted by flimuescapable envirou nient. .In our own t-?wn the dullest niiiid perceives' in tlie landlocked reaches of fertile acr^s; aji irqn liaud holding' bac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

% k. Taylor * Co., (Walter L. Taylor, Geo. C. Morphett) HUCTIONEERS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, WHEAT BUYERS. Agents for The Australian Mutual Provident Society. The Ocean Accident Co. . „ The Australian 'Mutual Krglnsul-! anee Co. The Eoyal Insurance Co. '? -M'DougaU's Sheep Dip. - Wisoher's & Co's Manures. Cohoe and Walster's Babbit Poisoner. The Australian Mutual Fice_ Insur ance^ssojciation of &usfral- j -. }' Asia, jjimited. ? : ' Offices: SANGER V STREET, -COROWi. ^ CHEAP M0NE)k Wo have £'26,000 Trust Honeys to lend on Broad Acres in sums to suit at 4%, 4i%, and 4J%, according to security. W. L. TAYLOR & CO., Corowa. avjnure. - vj Wisch?r's Superphosphate. Guaranteed a very high £ra8s*iarjure, feeds readily through drill, aod one of the cheapest Superphosphates oirthc market. Manufactured in Australia.. Full particulars from W. L. TAYLOR & CO., Local Age ts. HUGEN ANDSJJLSL£Y!S PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS, IS' OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, «SI RUTHERGLEN, MAKE ...

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P. A. and H. Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

P. A. and H. Notes. That carrots are a wholesome and palatable food for horses is pretty generally known among horse owners. Carrots possess a great dietetio value, and they exert a certain laxative . - effect upon a horse's bowels;. Cartots are a most useful supplementary food , for stabled horses when green fodder - is uot available. They promote the general health of a stabled hprse, and help to produce a good ghm upon the coat, - ? ' The Vineyard.— Thinning will now be general, hut the work should be done with extreme care. If a lot of leafage is removed before the branches - and flower aria well advanced, . these are liable to be checked, and the ?de- velopment of pollen seriously inter*. ? fered with. Early disbudding must therefore always be done sparingly, , .and jvhen it will cause a little dis turbance 'as' possible to the fruiting .wood. The vignerons may accomplish ?tjie same ends by various means. Thus one may pick off a number 'of shoots, pinch their ends, or remove so...

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Pastures Protection Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

Pastures ?jS'p.tfectlpja Board. . The usual ;mojaJ|bJjK meetinglof' 'he above Boav4 'lias. tiHeid'lbu -Tuesday morning: Prese^rt l';The ^'Chairman (Mr. A, H. Bray);;^$;M£ssVs;.VljeTOs, McLellan, Sherwm, Gorman;- Lons-. dale and Killeu. ? ?? ' ' ' ,«' . The Inspector (Mr. Pampijell) ii^d the Secretary (Mr. Archer) were also in attendance; , ' ' The minutes ^of tlie previous niaoj-, ing were wad and cbnQrqjedi '. - Mr. O: .Coproy .wasxcallecl :.4jefpre the Board.; ?.('..'? ?' -t ? ,' The iiispeclor's report UavSng been read, aud Mr. Cohro-' having replied, the matter was discussed 'by the Board. '' . : 7 ; ? '?''.- Mr. McLellan moved that Mr. Con voy be given a month to destroy the rabbits on liis holding to the satisfac tion of thft Board. Seconded' by. Mr. Killen andtbarried.. ' ' . ^ [ '; : ^BBHSEOKbENCE'. -'?' From John Lee (Savernake) asking if the Board had -ny power, to, Jeaee the. Savernake reserve for cultivation, as.itjwas nouse to. anyone. . ? '.'.-' ..'The Secretary said t...

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LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. [BY WIRE.] [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

LATE COMMERCIAL KEWS/ ? '-[By Wire.]' Melbourne; Tuesday night.. Wheat quotations' to-day — Prime 3s 7 jd, ? second class 3s Gd to 3s 7d. Maize, quieter ; best 4s 9d. Oats— Heavy feed Algerian 2s' 8}d to 2s 4jd; faulty .Ss 2d to 2s 2jd.' Flour, potatoes aud«uions unchanged.. .: - SYDNfi-S? Tuesday nigij't. , ^ There were no sales of pigs at the'Corpor^ ation Yards to-day, as buyers 'Una it mt-' terly impossible to comply with the Act as constituted, ,ljcing . :uuaUe . to -drive, pigs through ufo street under it during the '.'^ladiartatrisIpTtetioaHy Unchanged. ' .' ? // ! i-iii 'trfi r-*:.'i- -»;.-??'? ''it \.-if

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