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

Bsme asked how pearls did grow, and *hert ! . Then spoke I to my girl to part her lips and shpw me there The ljuarrelets of pearls, purchased, of course, from the leading Dentist, R. N. BOLL.* ^^

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bowls. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

Bowls. # ? : — ; — On' Monday last, a team of Yarra wonga- bowlers visited Corowa and played' a match against the local club. On the two previous occasions when these teams met last season the Corowa players scored a some what feasy victory, but on this occa sion the result was reversed, the localclub suffering defeat Ijy seven points, this being chiefly due to tho very consistent play of the team en gaged 'orr No. 2 Rink. Getting the strength of the green from tho com mencement they obtained a good lead which they maintained to the end. At the 'conclusion of the play, the Vice-President, Mr. Cameron, in a few well-chosen words proposed the health of the Yarrawonga Bowling Club, and expressed the satisfaction of the members here at the visit, and the pleasant afternoon spent. Mr. Headdfey of Yarrawonga responded and thanked the Corowa club for their ,. hospitality during the .day, ?wh{ch|haa'been a very enjoyable one totliem! _,' ! TJiejibllowing are the scores : — JNO. I, lUJNb. CO...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Murray River Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

Murray River Rifle Club. Following is the result of tho shooting in the 1st stage of tho Parkiu Trophy Compe- tition :— JUNIOK DIVISION. Name 300 400 500 Total yds. yds. yds, B. Alston 27 84 27 88 B. Roach 81 29 27 87 A. Ritchie 21 28 28 80 A.Leslie 18 27 26 71 J.Dryburgh 16 28 20 64 E. Bent - .21 2t 21 0G M. Tracey ^20 22 18 65 Senior Division. Name 800 500 000 Total yds. yds. yds. ?-; Copt. Oaroy 29 84 28 91 W. Carey. 30 29 25 8t R. Young 28 83 26 87 J. Ritchie 27 26 24 77

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Border Brass Band. VISIT TO BALLDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

The Border Brass Band. ? a ? VISIT TO BALLDALE. On Sunday last the members of the B. B. Band visited linlldale ju connecliou with the Hospital Sunday movement, and the trip proved most successful in even- wav. At the close of tlie programme the iinuds men aud visitors were entertained at a repast provided by tho ladies oi BaUdale, Messrs. M. and T. Wilson, Martin, and the Mesdnmcs and Misses Wilson and others attending to the cuests. Their hosnitalitv was greatly appreciated. Mr. C. T. Brewer, who was driven out by Mr. E. King, de livered an excellent address, his remarks being listened to with rapt attention. He said that up to the present the' collections at the various centres had been eminently satisfactory, the total now being about £103, and they were hopeful of roacliiug £125 by the time the several other districts hadbeim visited. Mr. Brewer suggested that as it might not always be convenient for farmers to make cash contributions, donations of wheat would be very acceptable...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 15 November 1905

SOME .... JEWELLERY Ffl-?TS. IT IS A FACT That every aftiele in my Store is thoroughly good and reliable— just what it pretends to be. , IT IS A FACT That I carry a large and well assorted Stock of JEWELLERY suitable for presents for all occasions. IT IS A FACT That I have lived 16 years in COEOWA and my GUARANTOR stands behind what I soil. H. R0SENBL©©Mf WnTCHnflKER ?JNO JEWELLER, T. PARKIN, GENERAL IMPORTER, Sanger * street, edrbwa. Scythe Blades, Garden Tools, Handles, Digging Forks, Hay Rakes, Spades, ' ' ' Forks, etc., ' * Hqes, . r;:rj; 'r, Trowels, Rakes, Water Cans, Paints, Sheep Shears, Oils, etc., Meat Safes, Fly Wires, Wire Coyers, Wire Doors, and all Harvesting Supplies. Xmas and Wedding Presents. I have just opened a beautiful assortment of E. P. Goods as follows :— Butters, Cruets, Teapots, Coffee Pots, and Jam bish^s. Fruit Jars. Please inspect our Stock of Preserving Jara and Pans, also Enamelware of all kinds, and all Kitohenware. Grocery Department : TEAS. I import...

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

Highly Beneficial. Chamberlain's Stomach' nud Liver Tablets prove highly beneficial in all liver troubles, entirely removing biliousness, and in so doing mil clear away all skin eruptions, such as boils, pimples, and eczema. For sale by T. Parkin, Ootowa.,'

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Scottish Ministers. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905

Scottish Minister*. Times change, and ministers, like other people, change with them. looking beck tc tiie beginning of the century through Uic mist which has settled on it, It would al most seem «?' if tbe early ministers had characteristics which are foreign to thell cuccessore. Border annals tell many e cood story of these worthies. There was tbe parish minister, for example, who hag; gled over praying for rain In a time o. drought, and who had to bear with a re. mouetratlng deputation oi bis flock. 'Wert. weel,' he told them, ' I'll pray for rain tc please ye, but faint a drop will ye gel till the change c' tbe moon.' Mr. Dycc, ol Teylothend, appearo to liave bad quite an advanced mania for betting. Thus, when two dogs began to fight in the church, he hailed, and cried out, ' A chilling on the dun dog's held !' Watty Dunlop, oC Dum fries, was really a wit. In procea? ol visitation, he reached a farmhouse, and wa; aiked whether he would have tea before ol after books. ' Vc cau pi...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Nicotiana. Some Anti-tobacco Arguments. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905

Wcotlnpa. some Anti-tobacco ArcntqeuU. ' ' Since James I. began the attack with his famous 'Counterblast' there bus been no Jack of fulmlnatioa against users of tbf plant which Sir Walter Raleigh describes as ' ye herb called by ye natives yppowoc, and yet not only do smokers still abound but they actually seem to be becoming more and more numerous every day. Antito bacconistE are doubtless for tbe mo» nan actuated by praiseworthy motives, although In some cases they may be seeking to ?? com pound for sins iniy have a miud to ' as Duller hag it ; but it Is nevertheless a' fact tbat moderate Indulgence in sound tobacco has never been ebown to be injurious to gro»T!-up people. But if tile nicotian cita del has proved Itself impregnable there are sundry outworks, so to speak, where n measure ot success, if not absolute viciory, has been claimed by tbe ttorniere, in spite of strenuous denials on tbe part of the be sieged. According to Dr. Eiienne, of Nancy, tbe morality prevailing among...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WELCOME TO THE REV. H. S. MICHIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905

WELCOME TO THE BEV. H. S. MICHIE. On Tuesday evening, in the Me chanic's Institute, Howlong, the Rev. H. S. Michie, lately appointed assistant to. the Presbyterian Min ister, was welcomed at a social gathering. Instrumental and vocal music was supplied by Mrs. Wallace (Sydney), Mrs. A. Mackenzie, the Misses Macvean. Mackenzie (21, and Messrs Arthur and Sherman Mac kenzie. Mr. Michie warmly ex pressed thanks for the welcome ex* tended to him by the chairman, (Rev. A. McWatt Allan), and Messrs. W. H. Hamilton -and- Kyla. -The aud ience then partook of the, abundant supply of refreshments,' generously provided by the ladies. A Sniffing' ' competition, arranged by Miss Macvean, was carried out during the evening, the prise being won by Mrs. Robertson, of Brown's PlainB. The meeting closed by singing the National Anthem, Mrs, Macvean playing the accompaniment. Twenty-one sheep were struck dead by lightning on the Common at Narrabri.

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GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905

General. Haymaking has commenced in this district, and, from what I can see, will not be up to what was expected. There are some very good crops, and also some bad ones. The early crops are the best. Mr. W. Reid was telling me he had pulled up one plant of wheat with twelve stalks on it, and that be expects a very good crop from his farm at Moorwatha. An accident occurred to a shearer at Messrs. Mitchell's shed, The Olives. His machine got locked and dug into his hand, cutting it badly. He came into Howlong and was treated by Dr. Walch, who, I am glad to say, intends to visit Howlong every Wed nesday, as we have no resident medical officer. His visits will be a boon to tbe district. The doctor comes up in a fine motor car, and is able to cut out the distance in quiok time. The Roman Catholic Mission, held during last week, has been attended by very large congregations. I bear that a Minister of the Pres byterian Church is to be stationed at Howlong. Mr. Murdock is erecting a nice ne...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905

PBOGRESS COMMITTEE: The monthly meeting of the How Jong Progress Committee was held ia the School of Arts, Mr. A. O; Boyle, juur., in the chair. A letter was received from tbe Albury Hospital Bag of Wheat Fund Committee, asking that the matter be brought before the members with tbe request to help the Hospital by a gift of a bag of wheat, which could be left at any railway station at any time up to the 31st January, or at Mr. Colqu houn's store in Albury, or his agents, and that tbe donors advise the bon. - secretary, Mr. Arthur Phillips, of Albury. From Mr. Campbell, general secre tary Farmers' and Settlers' Associa tion, stating that be was ' unable ' to visit Howlong and give an address to the farmers at present, but would do so at the earliest opportunity. He would advise them when he was coming in time to allow of his visit being made known. The Public Works Department wrote througli Mr. R./T.Ball, M.L.A., stating the Progress Com mittee could take charge of the water works on ...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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(Before Mr. A. O. Boyle. J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905

(Before Mr. A. O. Boyle, J.P.) Emma Vaugbau, hawking without a license, was fined £1, o.r four; days.

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905

Small Debts Cotjbt. Richard Fleisher v. Thomas Moor, claim for rent of cottage. — Verdict for £2 10s and costs.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Short Story. "For a Child's Sake." [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905

Short Story. 'For a Child's Sake.' ?? And 0,e sunbeams ran up aui down thu fioni of llio. big beccli tree— Just as Hie..- a.iv doiui; silll, do you see tUc-ra, lii'lrlc lliiml 1— trying to flud the iiour rrluceKK Uiat the wicked oM Fnlry iwJ punt up ilicroj— lint nobody will lie nblo to lei -ii-r ovtt till Cai-ol cones and tbea Tliore was n quick, involuntary more mout of eiu'i'iltft en the part or the iu tmrlor iu the :t.v. Lady Ermyntri.de llosvmil's liriflu cyos tnriied hastily in Its OIiociIod, nnd lighted up wilh a. spiiikh; of oagcr delighi. ' He iuw oomo, Uulole Maud ! Carol has coiui1 ! Ii-c't this just the very ltlace whore we tiionglit we should meet lilui some d;-j V Oh, 1 urn so elftd : The l'r.uct'KN hi Die bceclitree is jufct a eturj-, you know, Carol, that wo inail' un to suuusc ouist'lvcs ;l-ut UuU'lu Maud and I urv quite us lonely as the Prluccss wins ; nud, now you huve wuie to l'lay witli 1!k, wu shall uot be lonely any more ! Come out of the ivy, Carol, and we wi...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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WATER! [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905

WATER! The oft-quoted condition of the ship-wrecked mariner, surrounded by the boundless ocean aud dying of thirst has beeu almost equalled in Corowa this week. That the residents of a town situated'ou the bank of .the greatest stream of water in Australia should tolerate such environment is one of the most extraordinary examples of human fortitude that could be found. So mucli so that to our rainds.it savors not so much of fortitude as absolute stupidity. To put up with climatic conditions that are opposed to all sense of coHifort and cleanliness aud good health is bad enough. When the tremendous damage is alsotakeu into considera tion that must be borne by the commercial community in regard to their stock and business, it is abso lute folly _ that some step is not taken to alleviate the trouble. The fact that the question of the water supply is said to be getting pushed forward as expeditiously as possible is no- excuse. There , should be enough energy and intelligence in the Coun...

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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905

Police Ooubt. Mrs. Easterby v. August Just for illegal detention of property belong* ing to the plaintiff. Mrs. M. A. Easterby' deposed that about two months ago she sold tbe store now ocoupied by August' Just to him. The goods in question were in the store, and when she came for them the defendant would not give them up. She bought all the goods, and they were her property. Defendant did not go into the box. The P.M. said as tlie things did not belong to him, he (Just) should have given them up when demanded. A verdict was given that goods be returned within 48 hours, or the sum of £10 with 7s costs be paid, or, in default, i months in Aibury Gaol.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905

J. CRISFIELD, M.V.S.V., ' EEGISTEEED VETERINARY SUBGEON '. OF VICTORIA, MAY 111-: Consulted on all Ailments ? AND Diseases of Horses and Cattle, INCLUDING Horse Dentistry. ? ? ADDRESS:— FIVER STT., COROWA. AERATED WATER AND CORDIAL FACTORY, Edward=Street, COROWfl. J. H. OSWALD, Proprietor. Only the Best of Manufactures Used, THE FASHIONABLE Hairdressing and Shaving Saloon. (Opposite Royal Hotel). R. O'LEflRY, Proprietor. DESIRES to Inform the Resiaenteof Corowa and District tbat be Tins purchased the Hairdressing and Tobaccouist's Busi ness lately carried on by Mr. C. H. Wright. The Services of an Expert Barber have been obtained. Having been thoroughly Renovated aud Re-fitted, the Shop i- now the ucme of cleanliness. Even' Convenience unH Comfort for Customers. Assorted Stock of Pipes. Tobacco, Cigars, and Cigarettes on hand. l=i' BILLUKD SALOON' ADJOIKIXG SHOP. H. OXEARY. Proprietor. I SOUTHGATE, Wood and I Wat?r Carter, RIVER-STREET, C O R O W fl , WISHES to state that lie can su...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905

Local and General. A matter of Circulation.— In the current issue of our contemporary^ppcars* the amusing statement that the circulation of that journal is three times greater *Jiah any other bi-weekly paper published in Southern Riverina. To our many district readers the absurditv of this statement is so palpable as to render comment unneces sary. In case, however, that in come isolated instances the statement may be accepted at its face value, the proprietor of this journal is prepared to donate £50 to the Corowa Hospital if it can be shown that the country circulation of the ' Free Press ' exceeds that of the CHBOSICLE. RIVER LEVEL.— The river was 14 feet above summer level last evening. Specluj Lease. — A special lease has been applied for by John Heath, Mulwala, 320 acres, county of Dcnison, parish of Mulvrala. JCRY LISTS.— A court for the revision of jury lists will be held at Corowa on Wednes day, December 6, 1905, As pointed out in a previous issue, the district radius has p...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOWLONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905

HOWLONG. '?' Tbe Howlong monthly Court was' held on Friday before Mr. Oslear, Police Magistrate. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905

SOME .... 1 JEWELLERY Ffl^fS. | IT IS A FACT That every article in my Store is thoroughly good and reliablt— M just what it pretends to be. J IT IS A FACT That I cam- a large and well assorted Stock of JEWELLERY -f suitable for presents for all occasions. .'?; IT IS A FACT That I have lived 16 yean in COROWA and my GUARANTEE ^ stands behind what 1 sell. ' '; H. R©SENBL©©M, \ WflTCHMnKER HNb JEWELLER, 1 eoROwn. ; T. PARKIN, GENERAL IMPORTER, Sanger = street, Sorowa. Scythe Blades, Garden Tools, Handles, Digging Forks, Hay Rakes, Spades, Forks, etc., Hoes, Trowels, Rakes, Water Cans, Paints, Sheep Shears, Oils, etc., Meat Safes, Fly Wires, Wire Covers, Wire Doors, and all Harvesting Supplies. Xmas and Wedding Presents. I have just opened a beautiful assortment of E. P. Goods as follows : — Butters, Cruets, 'Rapots, Coffee Pots, and Jam Dishes. Fruit Jars. Please inspect our Stock of Preserving Jan and Pane, also Enamehvare of all kinds, and all Kitchenware. Grocery Department : TEAS. ...

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