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

'gEO, GROSE, Saddle and Harness Maker, ALBVRY ROAD, COROWA. FIRST PRIZE TAKER Grand National Show, 1903, for Saddles and Hame-s, will make you any style of Saddle or Harness at the lowest price consistent with lxs-t workmanfaliip and material. Lil-er.U dis count for Cash purchases of 10s and over. | A Large Stock to select from. Sirci'iid- I hand Saddles and Hnrucs.- bcnffhi, wild, or ! taken in exchange. Ca.uh Buyer of Kor.c liair and Beeswax av Higher Market Rales. eoRowa FfliveY g©©ds depot, j ? Sanger-Street. ? ! FANCY GOODS, Tors, Stationery and Confectionery Depot, TnliacconiVt. Cricket ing and Fishing Material, Musical Instruments, Glassware etc. Agent for Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment and Nt-iv Discover-, fur CuiibIk i.r.d Colds, Digestive Tablets. All sizes of Pictures framed at the shortest notice at reasonable prio.--. Have you a Hobby ? If not, '' i?;?'.Rs3 i 'fiS*^ j Y not cultivate one? ;'?^|'r. PS^\ I^shF! '? AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHY S^^ ^j|fSE| ' therewith has been 'con...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. LOCAL RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 October 1905

Commercial. LOCAL RETAIL PRICES. Butter (factory) Is Id to Is 20. Butter, (dairy), 8d to lOd. Cheese, Sd to 9d. Eggs, 6d. Bacon, 6d to 9d. Ham, 7d to9d. ? Currants, 5Jd to 6d. Baisins, 5d to 6d. Onions, (per. cwt.), 29s. Potatoes, 10s. Oats, 2s 3d to 2s Gd. Fowl seed, 3s. Bran, lid to Is. Pollard, Is Id to Is 2d. Flour, 16s to 17s. Chaff, £3.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Presbyterian Church. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 October 1905

Presbyterian Church. ANNIVEESAEY SERVICES. The anniversary services in con nection with the Corowa Presby terian Church take place on Sundav next. Tho Eev. A. McWatt Allan will conduct the services — in the morning, afternoon, and evening. There will be two services in the Howlong Church next Sunday — at 11.30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m., when the preacher will bo the Eev. A. H. McPhee, of Western Australia, a cousin of Mr. D. McPhee of Wah gunyah State School. A grand con cert will be held in tho School of Arts on Wednesday evening, tho 18th inst., when, besides local singers, Miss Marion Porritt, of Melbourne, will take part.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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(PER REUTER). MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 October 1905

(Pee Reutee). MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. 'Wheat market reported full supply; good 3/8 ; medium 3j7/i. Export market for flour is quiet. SYDNEY, Tuesday Night. AH grain b'nes are verv firm. Prime chaff is up to £i 12s Gd ; lucerne £5 30s ? hay £4 to £4 10s. %\lt Corotoa Cljronttk, Wednesday, October 11, 1905.

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The Hospital Plans. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 October 1905

The Hospital Plans. If the well-laid plans of men oft gang awa' ' the plnus of tlie Hospital are of no less a pedatory disposition. At tbe monthly meeting on Monday evening last correspondence was read from the Departiuentof Public Health asking date of approval of the plansof Infectious Ward, in order that the subsidy bo paid. The Chairman pointed out that they had reluctantly to advise that the plans had not been approved of. The architect, Mr. J. W. Johnson, also wrote stating he had not the plans but had left them at the Hospital. Mr. E. T. Ball wrote pointing out that it was impossible to get the mat ter of the subsidy through until the plans had been approved of by tbo Public Health Officer. By this time a pronounced gloom had enveloped the Committee at tlie prospect of having to employ a Slier lock Holmes to recover the missing plans, before they could get their subsidy which was about £500. Mr. Edmondson remarked that he thought some Government official had inspected the pla...

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LIGHTING THE TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 October 1905

LIGHTING THE TOWN. The eulogistic report upon the Twentieth Century light, presented by Alderman Eitchie to the Borough Council, together with the exhibition 01 uns invention in Uorowa, brings tbo guestion of lighting the town into prominence. It is the intention of the Council to hold a special meeting to consider the proposals of the com pany connected with tbis patent light. While an examination of the particu lars betray nothing against the light in as much as capacity and efficiency are concerned it would be a grave step tojnstall.it without having the practical experience of some similar municipality to go upon. Corowa is in its imancy as a municipality, and not in the position to experiment. While its supporters, no doubt, will protest that it is not an experiment, yet we are not aware of any munici pality that has successfully installed this light. While this is the cRse as regards this particular proposal, yet the question of 2'gbting the town should not remain in abeyance ...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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SECRETARY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 October 1905

. Sechetary's Eepoiit. fed Bank Ba.1. on 12/9/05 £14 G 10 Cash in Hand ... £3 18 ? 17 11 0 Government Savings Bank ... 150 O 0 1B7 11 6 Accounts paid. Salaries ? 35 8 I Directors Fees ... 11 0 0 Sundries ? 1 1G 0 Destruction af Rabbits COO Stationery ? 12 SI 1G 10 112 11 8 ACCOUNTS. Salaries ? 35 8 4 Director's Fees ? 0 5 0 Destroying Babbits ? 15 0 0 Stamps and Petty Cash .,. GOO For Election Expenses ... 3 0 0 05 13 4 J Turner ? 12 0 0 Subject to Iusp»ction ? 77 13 4 the report was received, and accounts passed for payment. Tho meeting then adjourned.

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

Condensed. AUswiuiming cure obesity is advo cated iu an American medical paper, which warns patients, however, that a short dip in the 6ur[ will not he sutiicient ; the swim must last ; .!.. one to two hours daily. Not t . : the exercise effective, but alt low temperature of the water, ?: burns up the surplus tissue. 'Any reapproachoment be ?-??.??. Russia and Germany,' Tho : i. Yrcmya asserts, ' is disadvanta; : because it merely increases tin .- .- of, and solidities the Auglo-Jai cm1 Alliance.1' The Russian Government issued instructions that tho fall , .?,;. elections for the National Duma, (iluiiicipul Conference) are not to be interfered with by the Police or other officials. Tho Russian Police will be pinching themselves to see if they are awake. It will be something new for them not to interfere in every tln'm:. There is trouble over the education, question. Amongst the members of the Liberal Party, (England) ; tho Dnioniformists and tho Irish Nationa lists, are becoming ant...

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

GEORGE W. FIGGINS, Bicycle Works, Sanger-street, Corowa. s- MACUINES built to order from £10 10s to £14 10s, with 12 mouths' guarantee, samples of which can bo seen ou Ihu premises. All our Machines are carefullv tested before delivery, and the finish and staving power is of tho best. LADIES' AND GENT'S BIKES FOB HmE. Acetylene Gas Lamps all prices. Parts of Machines i;cpt iu stock, or made to order. We repair all classes of Bicycles and Guns. Enamelling done ou the premises. The Gentle Influence \ of Electricity Is More Effective Than ALL Other Treatments. For twenty-five years we have jv^yfcS^ successfully treated thousands J»***'-- Jg-c '«£**'?? ~~~ ^. of cases of Men's Diseases. We /f^^^^L 'ffi^Tcq-^ long practice we have found ^^Sto v\\ V'(l^J£Sf^ that full}1 eighty per cent of the '~^^?lBv^$L^/!t$'' 1-»i cessfully treated by otliei- meth- * ^^^W'' ' ailments the disease had been aggravated by the various methods adopted, making the cure all the more difficult to perform. Dr. f...

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

Hudson Hedical Mall. [ESTABLISHED 33 YEABS.] RR /111 I ICC DISPENSING Phosphorus, Strychnine, and Carbon Bisulph at ? LOWEST PRICES. ? »^ SOLE PEOPEIETOE OP DR. LOUGHEY'S LIVEE MIXTURE AKD ALL HUDSON'S WELL.KNOWN KE5IEDIES. [A CARD.] G. E. Payne Philpots, M.A.C.D. Surgical & Prosthetic Dentist. Four Years Hospital train ing by Exams, at the Melbourne Dental Hos pital. Hudson's Medical Hall, Corowa, And at Eutherglen and Chiltem. Late 131 Collins-street Melbourne. 3Mt DENTISTRY. ROBERT N. BULL, Surgeon Dentist. Extractions Absolutely Painless ONLY AT BULL'S DENTAL ROOMS, Next Post Office, Corowa. W. H. EDMONDSON, soLicrroB, Sanger-street, Corowa. Commissioner fob affidavits New South Wales axd victoria. MOONLIGHT GARDEN FETE AT THE BESIDEXCE OF ME. S. TV. THOMPSON. This Wednesday Evening. Proceeds in aid of Methodist Church. ADMISSION ? 1/-. Cabs will leave Corowa at 7.30 p.m. HUQEN AND ILSLEY'S ' THALMA ' ? PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS, |S* OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, 'SI RUTHERGLEN, MAKE...

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The Farm and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 October 1905

The Farm and Station. Quat Quatta is having trouble get ling enough men for the shed. Col lendimi is also shearing short hamled. Negotiations ure being made, it is vcpoiUMl, on behalf oia syndicate at Ballarat, with the view of pjrclmsing a western district estate for subdivi sion, if a sufficient number of farm ers c.in be obtained to take up the allotment!!. The London butter market is firm, at unchanged prices. Foxes are spreading rapidly in New South V.'alef. In the Peak Hill dis trict sor.ie sbeep-G'.vners cro obliged to keep watch over their flocks dur ir.g the right. A bonus cf £2 per head is being paid for all foxes de stroyed on property owned by mem bers of the Alcctown Fox Destruction Lcnf.ue. Bush fires in the Graf ten district ure doing considerable damage to grass and fencing ou farming and grazing properties. A discussion took place in tho Legislative Afsen:bly on tbe advisa bility of the Government purchasing wire netting in large quantities from the manufacturers, a...

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The Corowa Bowling Club. OFFICIAL OPENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 October 1905

The Corowa Bowling Club. OFFICIAL OPENING. The members of the Corowa Bowling Club now rejoice iu the gratifying sensation of being their own landlords. Mr. C. Johnson. who has been rightly termed the 'Father of the Sport' locally, some time ago presented the Club with the land they are at present using. This handsome gift is naturally much appreciated by the members, and this was enthusias tically showu at the official opening on Wednesday afternoon. There was a splendid attendance of mem bers and visitors, about fifty ladies and gentlemen being present. The ' ground looked very well, the Club now having three rinks. The water is laid on, and members have put in some solid work getting it into its present condition. The ladies had kindly provided refresh ments for the occasion, and after these had been partaken of, Mr. Cameron, the vice-president, moved a vote of thanks on behalf of the members to Mr. Johnson. He said they could now feel, thanks to that gentleman, that they now owne...

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Pastures Protection Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 October 1905

Pastures Protection Board. The monthly meeting of the above Board was held at the Courthouse on Tuesday morning. Mr. A. H. Bray presided, and there were also present : Messrs. J. Lonsdalo, G. McLennan, W. Sherwin, T. J. Gorman, and E. L. Archer (secratary). Mr. Campbell (inspector) was also in attendance. The correspondence was received, W. W. Kiilen wrote suggesting that the storekeepers be requested to enter into a bond not to sell wax matches during the coming summer, as had been done in previous seasons. The Chairman stated that it had better be done through the munici pality. Moved by. Mr. Gorman, seconded by Mr. McLennan, that the Mayor be requested to attend to the matter. — Carried. From E. E. Nicolsou, with refer ence to the form of information in the case against John Morrissey, which had been prepared by him, and quot ing authorities in support of his action. Mr. Lonsdale thought they should get counsel's opinion ; it was no use going on as they had been. He moved that th...

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

Some asked how pearls did grow, and where 1 Then spoke I to my girl to part her lips and show me there The quarrelets of pearls, purchased, of oourso, from the leading Dentist; B. N. BULL.* Japan assures America she has no designs upon the Phillipine Islands. The British Squadron received an enthusiastic welcome at Kobe (Japan.) AUSTRALIAN HOTEL. Sanger-Strggt, CORQWfl. SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION FOR TRAVELLERS AND VISITORS. Commodious Booms and Spacious Balconies. Only First-Class Brands ot Liquors and Cigars Kept. Excellent Stabling and Hone Boxes. Cabs and Runner MEET ALL TRAINS. Booking Office for Urana, Daysdale and Mulwala Couches. R. KING/ Proprietor, R. K. takes this opportunity of Thanking the Public for past [favors, and hopes for a oontinuanoe of same. SOME .... JEWELLERY FfleTS. IT IS A FACT That even article in jny Store i:. thoroughly good iind reliable— ' just vlial ilprciuuils tobo. IT IS A FACT That I ch.ity a larjjo mid well nwirted Stcck -J JEWELLERY t,uita!-]e' for p...

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A Bolt. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 October 1905

A Bolt. Tilings wore exciting along the Urana road on Monday afternoon for a time, when Mr. McMillan's team took fright at Mr. Edol's motor car. xne team was in charge of Mr, Alex. Shaw, and encountered the motor car at the Woolpack, about 7 miles out. Some of tKe horses that were loose took fright and startled the remainder of the team who broke into a gallop, with the heavy waggon bumping along behind. Mr. Shaw, who was riding alongside, galloped after the team and eventually caught the leaders, but not until one horse had been so damaged that it had to be shot. Mr. Edols did all he could to prevent the acci dent without avail, and afterwards made enquiries as to the value of the horse, presumably with tbe idea of replacing it.

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Attraction. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 October 1905

Attraction. ATTRACTION, bred by Mr. Wm. Hogan, of Kyneton, is a handsome briglit bay- colt, foaled November, 1901, stauds lGf hands high on good feet, with lots of nice quality bone and hair, and fine action. His SlKfc, Lard 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.), who before leaving Scotland gained seven fir&t prizes at local shosvs. second prize at the H. S. Show, iu 18G7, and first prize at theH. S. Show, Aberdeen, in lSfiS. At traction's DAM Rose, by Baruton (2.590, imp.) ; granSdam by Heather Jock ; g granddam by Lothian Tarn (imp). At traction comes on both sides from the best blood ever imported to Australia, and he cannot fail to develop into a valuable sin.1. He is winner of first prize as a vcarliug at Glenlyon, Franklin, and Daylesford show iu March, 1903. As a two-year-o...

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

MISS BURGESS, SHNGER-ST., COROWfl, OPPOSITE T.| PARKIK'S STORE, Has opened a First-class Fruit andiConfection^ry Business. ONLY THE BEST BRANDS OF CON FECTIONERY KEPT. Fresh Fruit Daily. LETTERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO, AND ORDERS DISPATCHED niMEDLVTELY. TO STflNb THIS SEHSON — AT— Fairland Lodge, Collendina, AKD TBAVEL THE Sl'IWOUSDTXG DIS TINCT, THE PURE BRED CLYDESDALE STALLION. Morgan. His Pedigree is well-known throughout the district. He has proved himself a sure fonl-getter, and his young stock have turned out exceptionally gctod. TERMS.— £3 10s ; half guarantee £2 10s chance. — ALSO — THE PURE-BRED CLYDESDALE STALLION. J. HUTTON, Hairdresser $ Tobacconist, Sanger-Street, COROWA. A Full Range of Higk-grado Pipes in varied shapes. All Brands of Tobaecocs, iu Tins and Plugs. Cigars of Best Quality in great variety. Cigarettes of almost even- make. Sundry Lines, such as Tobacco Pouches, Ac., in Stock. First-class Hairdressing Saloon. Gents Toilet Club. BORDER ? BRKERY, Sanger-stree...

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Sporting Notes. RACING FIXTURES. Rutherglen B. C, October 26. Wangaratta T. C, October 28. L. V. Races, (Corowa), November 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 October 1905

., ;-. IjipbLtftinjI Tlotes. ?'' - SvlUfcfNa Stxtuhee. Rutherglen B. C, October S6. Wangaratta T. C, October 23. L. V. Raoes, (Corowa), November 1. Sir' Leonard won the Clyde1 Handi cap at Eoseliill on Saturday, and ilansbawe ?accounted for tbe Rosehill Ha.ndina,n. beatind Street Arab, a onner ' Syihey. Cup : winner, by a leek. ' Alcandor pulled off a double — ths Grauvilie Stakes and the Parra aatta Mile. * * * That consistent, mare Gladsome won tbe October Stakes — a weight for-age race — at Remington on Sat urday. The South Australian colt lorah was second and Jargoon third. Gladsome started at 3 to 1 on. * * * Mackay, tbe Burwood cricketer, appoarstobe in great form tbis season. In the opening match between Bur wood and Glebe he scored 150 not out. * * * The V.E.C. committee mot on Saturday last to consider tbe case of Mr. Wren, the entries of whose horses bad been refused. The committee decided to refuse all the nominations except those of Pius for the Derby and Melbourne Gup, ...

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The Town Common. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 October 1905

The Town Common. The Trustees of the Corowa Common seem to be taking little . interest in its mnnagament. ' - r ' . A meeting of the Trustees 'lapsed at tho end of the month for. waut ot a quorum. The Chairman (Mr. A. G. Morley), had a meeting oalled for the 5th iiial,, which also lapsed' for the same reason. A meeting is now being called for next Friday, at 3.80. As there is important business to come be fore the Committee, it is to be hoped there will bo a full attendance. The Secretary Mr. Falconer Frater), has received notice from the Pastures Protection Board that steps must be taken to destroy the rabbits onsthe Common by a certain date. The quarterly meeting of the Commoners also lapsed.

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Status of the Equitable Life [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 11 October 1905

Status of the Equitable Life 'The following from the 'Times' stands without need of comment : — Several correspondents who are policy holders in the Equitable Life Assurance society of tbe United States have written to us expressing uneasiness as to tbe position of tbe Society, a feeling which is the result of recent events in connection with -it, and of tho disclosures which were made in the coureo of the investigation of its affairs. As to the impropriety of tbe acts of some of tbo persons who were responsible before the refoiTQ in its management thero cannot be two opinions, but the financial status of the Society has not been seriously affected by them. We have consulted some of the best independent authorities on the subject, aud they all agreed that the Society's posi tion is quite sound. The character of the new managers is above suspicion.

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