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Commercial. LOCAL RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905

Commercial. LOCAL RETAIL PRICES. Butter (factory) Is Id to Is 2d. -? Butter, (dairy), 8a to lOd. Cheese, 9d to lOd. Eggs 7d. Bacon, 9d to lOd. Ham, QiltolOd. Currants, 5B to 6d. Baisins, 5d to Gd. Onions, (per. cwt.), 19s. Potatoes, 11s. Oats, 2s 6d to 2s 9d. Fowl feed, 3s. Bran, lid to 1b. Pollai-d, le 4d to la 5d. Hour, 16s to 17s. Chaff, £3.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WALLA WALLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905

WALLA WALLA. The excursion of teachers to tbe Wagga Wagga Experimental Farm last Friday was a great success, and I am informed they all thoroughly enjoyed themselves, besides gaining a considerable amount of knowledge in regard to agriculture. In fact, to hoar them talk now you would think they have been farming all their lives. Tho teachers from the Albury district were from the schools of BlackRange.Gormanton, Thurgopna, Moorwatha, Bungowannab, Jindera Glenellyn, East and West Gorogery, Walla West, East Burrumbuttock and Brocklesby, besides teachers from Wagga, Tumberumba, Corowa, Junee and Cootanmndra districts — 70 altogether. The Walla Walla sports and con cert in aid of the Doctor's Residence Association passed off very success fully last Saturday, and a substantial amount stands to their credit, some thing between £16 to £18. The chief performers at the concert were Dr. and Mrs. Hein, the Misses Lind ner (2) Scliilg (2) May (South Aus tralia), and Courie (Sydney), Mes dauies ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905

WALLDEE & CO. Albury, report selling ,last week, on account C. E. Wallder Esq., his well'known ' WatCTview ' Estate, situated three miles from Albury, on main : Howlong. road, .containing 1850 acres of freehold laud, including 620 acres of first , class river flats, at a satisfactory price. The purchaser was Mr. G. Scholz, of Jindera, who intends to turn it into a stud farm. . YOUNGHUSBAND, ROW & CO. PROPRI ETARY, LTD., held their fifth auction sale of wool on Wednesday, when ihey offered a catalogue of 2,713 bales. There was a very large attendance of buyers, aud bidd ing' was most spirited for all' the best lots of Merino, Comeback, and Crossbred, which realised rates fully equal to those current throughout the season. The best descrip tions of Bellies and Pieces were also in good demand and sold to excellent advantage. The. market, however, was very irregular for inferior aud earthy Merino wools, which declined to the extent of about id. per lb., and in many cases...

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District News. DAYSDALE FARMERS' AND SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905

District News. (From our own Correspondents.) DAYSDALE FAEMFBS* AND SETTLERS'^ ASSOCIATION. A well-attended meeting of the above Association was held in the Daysdale Mechanic's Institute on Saturday evening, 11th inst. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed, on the motion of Mr. Goostray, seconded by Mr. Doyle. A letter was received from Sanger Bros., Wangamong. Mr. O'Meara moved, and Mr. Doyle seconded. ' That Messrs. Sanger Bros, be written to, request ing them to join tbe Associa tion, and also informed that it will only be considered neces sary for them to attend such meetings as maybe convenient.' The motion was carried. Mr. O'Meara moved, and Mr. Olsen seconded, 'That Mr B. T. Bali, M.L.A., be written to request ing him to endeavor to have the present rate of interest charged on all overdue arrears on homestead selections reduced from 5 per cent, to 2* per cent., as charged on con ditional purchases.' The motion was carried. Mr. O'Meara gave notice that a...

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Potatoes a la Santage. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905

Potatoes e. la Sontafe. lako some creamy puree of potatoes and by means of a forcing bag with a large rcee pipe arrange it In a pile In the centre of a dish, and cover « over with potatoes that bave been cut very thin, long, and coiled, by meana of a spiral cutter, and then fried iu two fats ; the Bwt .m muEi 6e Suite hot l0 ™k '» Potatoes till tender, tbe second should be boiling sc that It will brown and crisp them ? Earnteii the dish with picked and fried par's&r -nd ' serve.

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

MELBOURNE MARKET. There is only a moderate inquiry for old wheat at 3s 7Jd delivered ; seconds 8s 7d, and chiukwheat 8s 6§d. Fair supply offer ing. New wheat is in fair request, January delivery quoted 3s 4jd to 3s 4Jd, December 3s 5d. Flour £7 10s to £7 15s ; bran Is to Is 0*d ; pollard Is 4d ; oats, fair to good milling 2s 4d to 2s 4Jd ; feed 2s 3d ; chaff, dull. Prime up to G5s ; inferior slow, down to 35s.

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DOG DAY. (Before the same Bench). [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905

DOG DAYi (Before tbe same Bench). About 40 residents were fined at tbe Police Court on Wednesday for not registering their dogs! The fine in each case was 10s and costs. 'Where applied for, time was allowed to pay. In one case an adjourn ment to next Court was granted, the defendant stating he could bring evidence to prove the dog was not six months old.

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

Chocolate Cmtardi. ' Grate two ounces of chocolate, and pour over it two tablespoon! uls of boiling .-jater : let It stand in a wsrm place until Ihorouib ly dissolved. Put a quart of milk over the fire, «nd when it boils add the cliocllate. one cuprul of sugar, and a pinch of silt. Stir for two or three minutes, nnd nour very slowly over the yoke of eight wll bcaten eggs ; return to the fire and wllp to a froth while it thickens. Pour into small cups to cool. It is very rich, nnd thU quantity will fill a dozen cups. These are not very economical unless eggs are cheap, but they form a delicious dish.

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The Table. Christmas Cakes. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905

The table. ? ? Ohrlitmu Cakea. Like all rich fruit cakes, Cbrlctmas cakes should be kept for come time before, cutting, and may be served eltbcr plain, glazed with a little sugar, or coated with almond end roj-«l icing, or any ^Uce preferred, Mil garnished with sweets, dried fruit, -&c. Christmas Cake.— Beat lib. of fresh tnlt ter to a cream Trtth lib. of castor sugar, then work Id live eggs singly, mixing each well into the butter. &c. before addlne the nest, then stir In lUlb. ot nixed candled peel, shred as fine es possible (this peel is most indigestible, eo requires careful shred leg), 21b. of well-washed and dried currants, and lib. of ground almonds ; when all thus are thoroughly worked together, mix in lib. of best flour, previously elfted, with %oz. of mixed spice, and pour in a glasaful of brandy, irnen the cake wll Ue ready tor Dr ing. Bake in a well-papered' hoop, on a baklng-tiu strewed with bran or sawdust, to keep the cake from burning. It requires a h...

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Anecdotes of Abrent-mindedness. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905

Anecdote* or Ab«ent-uiindednesi. Absent-mindedness refine to be a common failing tmoBg great men. An amu:-i«g story Is told of the late Louie rasteur, wbo so distinguished himselt by his discoveries in regard to bacteria. While dining a: bis son-in-law's one evening. It was noticed that he dipped hte cherries in his e'-ise '-' water, and then carefully wiped them be fore j-*tine diem. As thla reused same amusement be held fcrth at length on the dangers of the microbes with wfiicb the cherries were covered. Then tie lot-ned back In his chair, wiped his forehead, and, unconsciously picking up ols glass, .{reck ott the contents, microbes and all ' A friend calling upon Peter Bur?a-r», the celebrated Irish banister, one morntnK in bis dressing-room, found him tihavniR »i:h his face to tie wajl, end aokea him vly he chose so strange an attitude. The answer wa», 'To look in the giaiis. ' 'Why, there is no glass there!' said the friend. ' Bices me!' exclaimed Burrowes. ' I fid not notice t...

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Sydney Woman's Letter. [BY MATSA.] [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905

Sydney Woman's Letter. [By Matsa.] Sometimes tlie loast exi»ensive things in this world are those which give one the greatest pleasure, mid so it is will) a little known and economical device by which the very poorest of us can nlways have sowe tliijig green ' about our rooms. The crowns of carrots, beetroots, turnips, and similar roots, if cut ? - about half an inch in thickness and put in a shallow glass dish or artistic saucer well exposed to the light, will in a very little while send out the daintiest young leaves, either green or coloured. These will develop into charming sprays about eight inches long, aud, with turnip crowns, you will get, flower buds. One has no idea until one tries this plan how very many pretty colour combinations can he arrived at for table decoration with these homely growths. The deep red of the beetroot leaves mixed with liyhtcr green leaves aud surrounded by moss to hide the saucer or howl would be original for corner pieces, and really beautiful and...

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

QSaaa i^*b. f?% s?^ If*33 % %7 £ IP' £ j**3* ./??- BUI tf* I ^ .Bicycle Works, Sanger-street, .Corowa. I MACHINES built to order from £10 IOs to '£14 10s,' with 12 months' guarantee, samples ol which can lie fcc-ii on the piviiiiscs. AH our Machines are lan-fally tctcl liefore delivery, ;ind (lie iimsJi ana staying power is of the best. T.AD1KS1 AND (iKXTS KIKKS K(JR HTRtt. Acoty)ci-e Gns Lamp.* al1 prices. Parts of Miicliinrs kopl in ttcci, or uinde-lo order. We repair nil classes of Bicydos and Guns. ISnaiuclling douo on thi- premises. ? . 9 1 -- How TO regain IT is the problem tb.it confronts every Weak and Ailing a Man or Woman. There are thousands of sufferers tdio'liave tried to solve jj it for vears, but without success. The old style methods of treatment have [3 failed, and always wov.lil fail. h ^^^m^^^^B ? ? DR- MoLAUC. KLIN'S . . ! 7\ ]HEnSB\ ^ELECTRiC BELT j*] ^^^SS^^^ '' OiL^mds'ofu'ienaiHi'w^rira-rti'.V,,,!; i I '»'NVWS' - IWL-n ui.uk- stroi.-a-.i.lhea-.l'ly by its :?....

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UNLOCK THE LAND [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905

UNLOCK THE LAND The meeting ou Thursday real ised anticipations. It was well attended, enthusiastic, and deter mined. The tone of the speakers, and the reception of their remarks, showed complete unanimity. It is not too much to say that good results must ensue. The course adopted is a practical and rational one. To-day a deputation leaves for Ss'dney , and their efforts will be awaited with considerable interest. A league has been formed to forward the interests of closer settlement, and it should be supported by every man in the town aud district.' This is a movement of universal beuefii. There cau be no suspicion of class /merest. Closer settlement means increased prosperity in the district. Iu that prosperity all sections of the community will share. Under governing conditions that share may not be equal. The possession of certain monopolies in some cases will entail an undue advantage. But it would be folly because of that to oppose a movement produc tive of so much good. Oue o...

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

W. L. Taylor* Co., (Walter L. Taylor, Geo. C. Morphett) AOeTIONEERS, 8TOCK AND STATION AGENTS, WHEAT BUYERS. Agents for The Australian Mutual Provident ;' /' Society. The Ocean Accident Co. The Australian Mutual Fire Insur . ? ance Co. The Boyal Insurance Co. M'Dougall's Sheep Dip. Cohoe and Walster's Rabbit Poisoner. The Australian Mutual Fire Insur ' ance Association of Austral Asia, Limited. Offices : . ? 8ANGER STREET, COROWA. COROWA FORTNIGHTLY MARKET. Thursday, November 23, 1905. W. L. TAYLOR & CO. Will Sell by Auction in their Corowa Sale Tards:— , MO COMEBACK EWES, aged, sound mouthed, big framed, forward con dition. A grand line to breed ex port lambs from. TERMS AS USUAL. FURTHER ENTRIES INVITED. CHEAP MONEY. We have £26,000 Trust Moneys to lend .on Broad Acres in sums to suit at '4%, 4j%, and 4j%, according to security. W. L. TAYLOR '& CO., Corovra. /V1NURE. WjsRher's Superphosphate. t-_ ^Guarantees' IS ;verv -high, grade manure, feeds readily through dril...

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Council v. Committee. MR. F. C. PIGGIN IN REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905

Council v. Committee. MR. F. C. PIGGIN IN REPLY. Speaking on the amalgamation of the Progress Committee and tho Farmers' As sociation, Mr. Archer referred to a petition he had presented some time ago from the farmers, asking the Committee Xo disband. The Chairman (Mr. F. C. Piggiu) : ' Yes. I notice that Aid. Shortt forgot to mention that fact during the discussion at tbe Coun cil. No doubt it was due to forgetfulnes. While on this matter I would also h'ke to draw attention to eonie remarks made by the Mayor as to the Committee interfering with the council's duty. This is absolutely untrue. I appeal to members of the Com mittee to bear me out in that contradic tion.' Mr. Cooke : ' You are quite right. It is not true.' The Chairman, continuing : ' Dr. Shortt also says that the Mayor showed him a let; ter from Sir Wm. Lyne. This was also untrue,, €ir Win; Lyno's letter was not sent to tbe Mayor. I included a copy 'inter ab'a' in my letter. I was the mfedrnm of the oorreHpoudehec. Agai...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. (Before Mr. Oslear, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905

SMALL DFjBTS COUET. (Before Mr. Oslear, P.M.) J. Hansen v. Frederick Beers, £2 Is, for buggy hire. Verdict for amount claimed and costs.

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

Progress Committee. The Progress Committee met at the School of Arts on Friday afternoon . Present :— The President (Mr. F. C. Pig em) in the chair, Messrs Brewer, Cooke, King, Archer, F. W. Knight, Thos. Regan, Ritchie and Archdeacon, Hose. An apology was received from Mr. W. J. Broadbent. ? CorresDondence was read from Public Works Department, stating that the Minis ter could not authorise a further grant for tbe improvement ol the road torn Saver noke via Bull Plain to tbe CorowaMoma long road. After some discussion, in which the ad visability of endeavoring to have the road brought through Ringwood, around the Sandhill was considered, it was decided that the matter be postponed, in order that Mr. Archer could bring it before tbe Farm ers1 and Settlers' Association, and the view of the local residents obtained. The Public Works Department wrote ad vising that repairs to the railway gate at Hopefield School would be effected. Also that the causeway posts erected on the road from C...

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CHILDREN'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905

CHILDREN'S COURT. . The first proceedings under the recently-formed Children's Court, were held in Corowa on Wednesday, before tho P.M. (Mr. C. A. Oslear). The court was held in the Magis trate's room, the police being in at tendance iu civilian attire. Thomas Blundell, aged 13, was charged with stealing a double barrelled guu, valued at £5, the pro perty of Henry Butt, of Corowa'? John Welby, constable, deposed he saw accused at his father's homo on Thursday evening. 9th November, i,. In reply to questions, the accused said he was at Wahgunyah on- Mon? day, 6tU inst. ; that he had a gun with him. He said he £ot it from -a boy named Coleman; that he had tried to sell it. Tbe witness then arrested him, and charged him with stealing a gun, the property of Henry Butt. He took accused to the lock up, where accused said that bo went to the tent with Coloman, and Cole man took tbe gun. That afternoon outside the court tbe accused admit ted taking tbe guu. Witness pro duced the. gun, where...

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Sick Babies in Summer. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905

Sick Babies in Summer. It is during the warm months of summer that mothers have to be most careful of their little ones, and at tho first unusual looseness of their bowels should give the little sufferer a dose of Chamberlain's (lolio, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Gel it to-day ; it will Bava trouble later on. For sale by T. Parkin, Corowa.'

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On the Fringe of the Crowd. The Onlooker sees most of the Game." [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 18 November 1905

On the Fringe of the Crowd. [By Onlooker.] 'The Onlooker sees most of the Game.' The da we ' crowd on Wednesday included all sorts of men, tall, short, grey and black, red and yellow, lean andfat, jocular and sad, meditative and loquacious. Some leant against the fence, and thought hard; others iu their philosophy discussed everything but ' Dawgs,' The proceedings were funny — looking on. Nothing funny about paying 16/- on a dog. Their market value won't stand it. There was variety of manner and ex pression. Some smiled, at times a forced sad smile, some walked with footsteps grave, sedate and serious, others hustled to the front with a debonair don't-care-a-hang style. There were few of the softer sex present, but one lady banged down her 16s with a thud, that suggested lively possibilities for Tommy's pup when she got home. The court raked in about £30, and from what I have seen poking about the town that's more than all the dogs in Corowa are worth put together. There was only on...

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