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CABLES. LONDON, Monday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

CABLES. London, Monday afternoon. The St. Petersburg correspondent of the London ' Times ' says that the outrages and massacres of the Jews are the direct outcome of the teachings of the Plehve and Potne donostoff regime, that all Liberals and Jews were avowed -enemies of Russia. A list of mysteriouE origin is in circulation at Odessa. It contains the names of hundreds, of prominent citizens doomed to - assasination. Seven, thousand of the respectable inhabitants, including many' foreign ers are fleeing. At the launching of the. new Ca nadian-Pacific Eailway Co's steamer, the ' Empress of Britain ' to-day, Sir William Pearce said the vessel was a distinct advance in the sea borne trade of Canada. This depart ure of the Eailway Company was an object lesson to otiier colonies, and contrasted with the 'dog in the manger' policy of Australia, winch was not progressing, whereas' Canada, was advancing by leaps and bounds. French advices from St. Peters burg, state that several officers . ...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS. (REUTERS.) SYDNEY, Tuesday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

LATEST TELEGRAMS. nf- \d y.hrflo ?'?-?;:? ?- - ? '- ??'?'? ?[-,:!?' (Reuters.)' Sydney, Tuesday afternoon: v' ' The Dalley divorce case wjis . rft-_, surned to-day. The e\irlence o£..a, private female detective was taken, but tlie published evidence presents no special features. Tlie case against Margaret Jack son, charged with murder was quashed on appeal. . ' The Morals Cornmittee of tlie Methodist .Church, interviewed the Premier to-day on the drink traffic question. Mr. Carruthers, after argument, told them that matters - of detail would be. so treated as to re move all ambiguity. The new Justices list will not be issued while Parliament is sitting. ...... In the cricket match, . Victoria, versus South Australia, the former scored 402 for the loss of 5 wickets. McAlister made 157, and Armstrong 136 not out. ?'?'., Melbourne Tuesday night. -At the inquest touching the death of Leslie Brooks, aged 14 years, who was killed by a train at Clifton, on the way to his music lesson, the ...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ALBURY STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

ALBURY STOCK MARKET. Younghusband, Row & Co. Proprietary, Limited, report at the Albury market on Tuesday a full yarding of fat sheep, but a moderate supply of fat cattle. The attend ance was not so large as usual, aud compc titjon, especially in fat sheep in the wool, was weaker. Lambs were far in excess of requirements, and sold at much reduced values. Stores were easier, and several hiff Jinps linKnl/3. ^About 1500 fat sheep aud 900 lambs came to hand, including a few lines of wethers in wool, which made 16s 9d to 17s 6d ; croBS fared Shropshires 18s ,6d to 18s 8d ; merino ewes 13s 6d, merino wethers (shorn) lls 3d to lls 9d ; crossbred wethers and ewes 32s to 12* 3d, extra to Us 3d : |neri&o ewes 8s to 9s 3d ; lambs in dull request owing to the large number forward. Best crossbred lambs. 12s 3d to 12s 6d ; summer lambs 13s 7d, small 8s to 9s 6d. A large number of store sheep yarded, about 12,000 being offered. Competition waft slack as compared with late sales, c...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

WOOL MARKET. YOUNGHOSBAND, ROW & CO. PROPRI ETARY, Ltd. held their fourth auction tale on the fith inst., when a catalogue of 3,402 bales was submitted. There was a very large attendance of buyers, aud competition was .extremely brisV, the £i£ater bulk of the offerings being' cleared at very satisfactory prices: Re garding values, it can only be said that alligood wooisvmerinos, comeback and Crossbred sold up to the level of best rates realised this series, that lambs were alsoin good request, but hurry and in ferior pieces and bellies, as well as earthy. fleece wools sold with some irre gularity, and occasionally in favor of the buyer. Offerings comprised two good clips from M.S. Wales, a number of wools from the Loddcn district, and^.some early clips from the western district of Victoria, as well as many lots from the Corowa and Mulwala district of New SoutfrWales. From Corowa 26 bales 1st ewes',' branded A/Roseneath, realised njd, JOjd being given for 23 bales 1st hoggets...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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'EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

'??-'. '?EXPORTS. ... 1 ' Exports of wheat, aijd flour from Victoria, : South Australia,, HT..S, Wales, .Queensland, and Western Australia to destination beyond . Australia since December 17 ;:i90«, amount ed approximately to 34,204,616 bushels of wheat and 1,874,185 sacks flour, . together' equivalent to 30,830.702 bushels, or 825,822 tons of .-wheat: The value may be esti mated apnroxjinntely at £6,052,000. ,Thc shipments to the corresponding date last season amounted to 1,011,082 tons (con sisting of 88,069,183 bushels wheat and 999,976'Taoke flour), of an approximate ' -aSpfSi V ' ' jj ' -'~''ji' Eft: vaWoi *5,985,000. TffljseaBonM .Wp ruonts ot 3 wheat shows A .-rdetB^f-f-l 8,844,568 fcushels, but .the ihipn*nts\of flour .shoAvan increase of 874,1110 sacks.' Wheatquiet, old from Ss6}d to 3s Vd ; new wheat .quoted at: 3s 3d -fo Sffld, but little business was effected. Srnejl demand for chaff. Accordingly the price of that product decreased. Choice whesten' chaff went at 4s 7d, p...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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MELBOURNE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

MELBOURNE MARKET. There was no business done on Monday, it being a close holiday. Wheat at closing prices on Saturday night was not active, buyers offering 8s 7Jd, and sellers asking 8b 8d for old wheat. New wheat, forward de livery, 3s Id.to Ss 4Jd ; flour £7 10s to' £7 15s ; bran is firm at Is { pollard up to Is id. The market ib quiet for oats, 2s 6d for good Algerian ; medium feed 2s 4d; white oats are up to 3s 2d ; chaff quiet) prime worth 67s 6d to 70s ; inferior 40s. Potatoes and ojjions'srb'unrihnnged 'from lait.guota. tionfi, , ?:? ? ' :'

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Breaking the News. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

Breaking- -fae New,*. Tbls Is a true accounfof one person's Idea ot ' breaking the news gently.' Tbe cook, whose home was off in the country, appeared before tbe ' powers above' with a letter in ber hand. ' I'll hav-o to 'eo home for a couple of days, mum,' sbe said. ' My cousin's JUBt written to me,' and she handed over tbe crumpled 1 It oi paper wltb an audible sniff. 'Dear Mary,' It ran, 'you bad better come home at once ; your father Is very sick,' and It continued with many particulars of tbe illness. At the end was a post script, wblcb, like tbe old joke of a no man's P.B., had tbe pith ot the matter. 'So long as you'll be driving up from the village, you may as well briar, the undertaker alone wltb you In tbe wag gon.' ._...? ... *-..,.. ?

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Tobacco Smoking In the Antaretic Region. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

Tobacco timoltitm lu tbe Antarctic Beglna--. Each man on board the Discovery tbat was despatched to tbe Antarctic Regions was entitled to a pound ot tobacco every man, and tlie heavy smokers had no diffi culty In obtaining additional supplliB. For them the Antarctic regions presented a singular phenomenon. They found them selves practically unable to smoke in the onen. In that pure air, it eeems, tobacco does not smell at all like tobacco, even to tbe man who Is smoking It. It smell's ' like burning rags,' eo tbat at first tbe smoker suspects tbat this clothing Is on fire ? and tbe sensations on tbe palate aro described as blgbly disagreeable. How ever, the pipe had all its accustomed qualities when Indulged In below deck, and even a few draws were appreciated at sight in the tent on a sledge Journey.

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As a Policeman's College. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

At a foliccinan's College. Russia being a country rn which the police are both a powerful and a numerous body, It Is hardly surprising to learn that great pains are spent la training tbem for their duties. There is, lideed (according to an Eng llsaiuas who has lived a h-sg time In tbat country), a veritable policeman's college In St. Petersburg. Here tbe Russian ' Robert' is made . familiar with tb* tools used by. criminals, nnd acquires an extensive knowledge ot the tricks of law-breakers, political and otherwise. Tie Bussian passport system is also a subject of study. This Is such aa elaborate and complicated business tbat It forms a special branch of the policeman's education. Tbe students often take as much Inter est In their studies as though they were preparing for the army or navy. The can didates are numerous, for the police force has many attractions for the young and ambitious Russian, leadln- as it may do, to very high positions under Government.

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Told of Cousin Fritz. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

Told of Cougin Fritz. A Norwegian visitor, who bas spent many yearB in Germany as head of a large factory, offered some comments on tlul country calculated to reassure.thoso Brit ons who are tired of hearing sermons on German superiority. Said he : ' In spite of all the boasting one hears, Germany Is really a poor country. It has very little capital compared wltb France, England, or America, and Its natural re sources are net great. Goal and iron are raised with difficulty, the miners having to go down a vast depth for them. 'The military system of the country absorbs all the good men, who have to spend the best of their lives In tbe army. Not that they are particularly wanttd Juet now, for over-production has stopped many factories. ' We bear much of the shortcomings ot your British workmen. But although the German operative Is, perhaps, more pains'* taking, hefelso will sot do more than he can lirlp, since he feels that tbe more he does to-day the less there will be for him to do ...

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A Woman's Bravery. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

A Woman's It ra very. Captain Wells, who fcas Just retired from tfas command of the MetropoM'au Klrc Brigade, gives In ' V.C.' an account or what he considers ' the bravest deed be ever saw.' The scene was a flre at an oil-shop and bouse. ' My heroine and her two children were on tbe tap floor, and without a moment's thought she Enatched up one of her children, and ughtiug her way down the little staircase through smoke and heat, delivered the child In safety to a DerBon in the strprt. Then, without the slightest hesitation, she rushed Lack through the burning shall and up the staircase with a view to' reaching her room. She must have reached her Child, clutched it, and tried to make her way out. But In the attempt the devoted mother was forced back, only to be found dead by our m^rt, who had . by this time arrived on the scene. Bile was Etill holding her child closely to her, and had evidently kept her own back to tbe flames to protect the little one, while her arms and clothes wer...

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A Coming Mechanical Revolution. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

A Coming MccUiinical Rcvolutlou. There are now fifty firms manufactur ing Jargc gas engines of 200 borse-power and upwards, says 'Engineering.' AI moBt all of these firms have entered this new branch of engineering duriug tlie j£&t five years, and tbe large gas engines now I running have been constructed, witii but | few exceptions, during the last three sud i R-half years. The number cf gas engines above 200 indicated horse-power Is 43S. I having an aggregate capacity ot 310.S65 horse-power; and of these 390 engines are for driving dynamos, and give collectively 198,403 Indicated horse-power. The an tral station engineer Is now fully alive to the fact tbat the gas producer and gas engine constitute the cheapest means of generating electric power where coal is the basis bf the energy. The Jntorual fcombustion engine Is rapidly attaining to sizes of units which are large enough to suit even the big tramway staticna, and. when suitably designed, bas proved oulte as reliable fo...

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Out of the Months of Babes. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

?ut ol liie Mo u Iks of itabes. A little *oy was one day so naughty his nurse could not manage him. and, thinking to coax him into being good, she said, ' GuorEie, If you are not a good boy, you won't go to &cavea.' The HtUe fellow thought for a minute, and tlvcn re plied, 'Well, I've been to tfre Crystal Palace, and I've been to the pantomime ; I can't expect to go everywhere.' In another story a niolbcr Is said to have aEkwl : ' Well, Ma'bel, and what was tae test ?' M«be!, after ieep thought : ' Many are 'cold,' but few are 'trojen' !' A little 4-year-old had been told re peatedly that he must sever ask for any thing at the table, but should wait pa tiently till he was served. One day while dining at a neighbour's with bis mother the Iltlle fellow was accidentally over looked. Patience finally ceased to be a virtue, and in an audible whisper he said, ' Mamma, do little boys go to heaven when they starve to death ?'

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THE SKETCHER Great Criminal Insects. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

THE SKETCHER Great Criminal insects. Tbe ravages of slugs and wireworms la our own back-gardens convince most ol us that those Insects at least may well be included among tbe criminal popula tion. But there are ver« many owers to whom the doings ot even the muoh abused greenfly arc as child's play com pared with tbe ruin and devastation which tney can and do spread around. In France tbe phylloxera, a tiny Insect witb luxurious taste*, cost the vineyard owners £132,000,000 a few years ago, thai being tbe value of tbe llofal feast Uki bad enjoyed, . . Perhaps, howcveri the worst and moel dreaded criminal ot Ihcni all Is tbe locust, It is a matter for much congratulation that he leaves this country severely alone, for la bis native wilds be Is a terror. He gathers in swarms not ol thousands but millions, and tvbere tbe iordes go dark ness black as ulght gathers over tiic land, lor the light ot day it «»ut out bjr them. When they have laid a district undr-r con. trlbutlon not a blade of...

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In Sunny Spain. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

In Sunnr Spaia. Tbe narrowness of tbe streets of Spanish towns is proverbial. This Is due partly to the necessity of getting as much shade as possible and partly .to tbat of econo mising space where city walls exist. Space for a garden Is a rarity, ana flowers must consequently be cultivated In ; balconies or on house tops, or not at all. The parapets are therefore made oma- I mental with vases, and In those pots of i floweiB are placed. Flowers In earthen pots arc alBc placed In the balconies, aa well as on various parts ot the house ton.

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Would Kill a Dog. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

Wonld Kill a Dor. When summoned'-'before tbe bench for leaving his employment contrary to agreement, Maurice Kelly, an IriBh la bourer, alleged that the food given by his master was the cause of bis lenving. The master argued it was good enough for him, and should, as a consequence, be good enough for Maurice. Defendant, however, held to his plea, and In further proof of bis contention produced a samplit of the bread be had to eat. 'Jist thry tbat, yer haner,' he said, 'I'll go ball ye, it'll kill anythln' but a dag.'

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

YK N. E L I fl S. Mf igk brapery, Clothing, Boots and 5ho-s. JL Ik Sanger-Street, Corowa. «^yK**?H^ NEW SEASON'S GOODS Just Opened in SHB^^. Millinery, Dresses and Blouse Pieces. ^^^^BHfciiff -^ * ^^e Stock to Choose From. Prices are the Lowest. ^^' r~: Every Attention to Customers Wants, whetheebv Calling COLUMBIA BRAND. or Writing. ' J-R0CHDA1^LLE|sydkey|, I ^^^^BMKBBUBBgSli **? Principal. I T^^BB^OfflKU^fmrti^' * HIGH-CLASS BOARDING 'Give my Uoy a flood ButoM Education.' A Parent writes to the Principal of Rockdale College clius: ?? Give my boy ? Business Education, We have a good business, anil iranl our son to be a thorough business man. Please teach him no old . dead lineuares, but new living business methods. We want him taught typewriting, thorough practi Ciil arithmetic, and give him real commorcla! examples, Filch as you know we have in business. Teach him buukkeetilng, so he can tnanaee tlie books of our firm. Then when he leaves the College his eduction will be otvilueto...

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

J. SQUTHGATE, Wood and Water Carter, RIVER-STREET, ?COROWfl, WISHES to state that he can supply wood and water to order at oweet rates and at shortest notice. TO STflNb THIS SEflSON — AT- Fairland Lodge, Collendina, AND THAVEL THE SOBBOUKDING DIS TRICT, THE PUHE BRED CLYDESDALE STALLION. Morgan. His Pedigree is well-known throughout the district. He has proved himself a sure foal-getter, and his young stock have turned out exceptionally good. TEEMS.— £8 10s ; half guarantee £2 10s chance. — ALSO — THE PCEE-BRED CLYDEBDALE STALLION. Attraction. ATTRACTION, bred by Mr. Wm. Hogan, of Kyneton, is a handsome bright bay colt, foaled November, 1901, stands 16i hands high on good feet, with lots of nice quality bone and hair, and fine action. His SIRE, Lord Clyde ; grandsire, 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 grandsire Clydesdale Hero ; g g.grandsire Crawford's Lord Clyde (imp.), ...

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SHORT STORY Jobson's New Address. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

SHORT STORY Jobson's New Address; I'm nol fc fellow to mind a joke against rnyeeit *hen the only penalty I have to bay Is to be laughed at; but some of my friend Jodboh's Jokes get beyond me. This low-down tricks he's worked off on me occe or twice can't br any stretch of ima elnation be called fun. I'll admit Utat, looking at them from his point ot view, there, may htve been some humour In them, but from my standpoint I quite fall to tee it. I can't call to mind now what monkey trick of bis led to an estrangement, but remember perfectly well that I hadn't been on very cordial terms with the clever young man for some mouths, having coma to the conclusion that too much o[ Job son wasn't food (or my health or my pocket. I'd advised Emily— Emily's my wife— not to be too gushing with Mrs. J. Woman-like, she had pretested. ' I don't wish to appear taarsh, dear,' I observed. ' You must follow your own Inclinations. But one of those days that voman will bo making you wish you'd never «bcen...

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Corowa Postal Service. ARRIVALS and DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

Corowa ^Posted Service* ARRIVALS and DEPARTURES. BYDKEY. Monday ? Tuesday ? . Wednesday ? ThnriiJay ? Friday ? Satin-day ? T.P.O.-SOUTH. Monday ? Tuesday ? Wednesday ? Thursday... ? Friday ? Saturday ? o, MELBOURNE. Monday ? Tuesday ? Wednesday ? Thursday ? Friday ? Saturday ? ABKIVALS. 10.80 a.m. .viJ0*.m : 10.45 p.m. 880 p.m. 10 a.m., 10.45 p.m. 2.20 p m. 10 a.m., 9.16 p.m. 10 a.m, ~- 10 a.m., 10 45 p.m. 9.16 p.m. 8.20. 10.30 a.m, 2.20 p.m. 10.15 p.m. 2 20 p.m. 10 aJn. 8.20 p m 10.45 p.m. 2.20. Uhk.tr], 2.20 p.m., 9.15 p.m. tt DESPATCHED. 11a.m. 12 16 p.m., 2 p.m. 7.10;am. 12.15 p.m., 2 p.m 7.10 a.m. 7.10 am. and 6.85 p.m. 11 a.m 11 a.m 13.15 p.m, 7.10 a.m 7.10 aju. 12.15 p.m. 7.10 a.m. 7.10 a.m. 7.10 a.m., 11 a.m. 7,10a.m., 3.30 p.m. 7.10 ft m. 7.10 a.m., 2 80 p.m. 7.10 a.m. 7.10 a.m , 2.80 p.m. T.P.O.-YIOT0BIA.— 2 20 daily. Same as Melbourne. Sundays Exoepted. ALBTTBY. Monday ? Tuesday ... Wednesday ? Thursday Friday ? Saturday ? H0WL0NO. Monday ? Tuesday ? Wednesday ? Thursday ...

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