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Highly Beneficial. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 November 1905

Highly Beneficial. Ohamborlain'a Stomach and Liver Tablets prove highly beneficial in all liver troubles, entirely removing 'biliousness, nnd in so doing will clear away all skin eruptions, suoh as boils, pimplos, and eczema. For sale by T. Parkin, Corowa.*

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SAVERNAKE. HOSPITAL SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 November 1905

SAVERNAKB. HOSPITAL SUNDAY. Hospital Sunday in aid of Corowa Hospital was held here on Sunday last, and wa6 quite a success. The Corowa Brass Band journeyed out, and were well rewarded for their trip. The collection amounted to £27, and I believe £1 more was col lected after too. before the Band left for lioiue. Ihere were also donations of bags of wheat ; the amount given I have not so far heard. Mr. \Y, W. Killen gave an address in the after noon, and spoke of the management ofthelnstitution. Mr.K.D. O'Dwyer moved a. vote of declamation to Mr. Killen for his address, which was willingly responded to. We Savcr nako people think it a great thing to have beaten all other country places 'for collections. I believe that the Hospital will beneGt £24 odd out of ?the trip. RIFLE CLUB. A rifle club is being formed here, and so far it is being weir supported. A list has been filled in by over 3D persons,, and the list has been sent to Sydney. Sergeant -Major Kidd, of Goulburn, lias been dow...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ALBURY. WARMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 November 1905

ALBURY. A popular resident of tbe district, Mr. H. BV Ogilvie, who contested the Albury Electorate last election in the Befonn Party's interests, is leaving for bis new home about February. Mr. Ogilvie lias purchased a property between Waflea, and Nni-nndern. Candidates for the racing club election are getting busy. There will probably be twelve ou each side. The whole of the old committee have resigned. A largo number of Victorian buyers are still attending tbe stock sales in spite of the anthrax regulations. WARMATTA. Savernake presented quite a gay, as well as busy, appearance on Sun day last, the occasion l-eiug a Band I'ecifcal by the members of the Border Brass Band. The object — unquestionably n, very laudable one — was to secure funds ? 'for the Hospital at Corowa. The '?visitors to Soyeniake, together with Hhe local people, responded liberally *te tli& appeal made to them by Mr. ^W. W. Killen, on behalf of that institution. Mr. Killen spoke so - earnestly and his wo...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 November 1905

MILADY'S UMBRELLA. ? ? ? ' 'MS How is it? Sick, lout, or broken any ribs, oover.woru, torn, or forlorn? Switoh it to SKINNER'S. We'll re-oover it and moke every part down to the ferrule as good as new again. CI/rI!VTVTCD'C Aahm tr-4-m»nr\4- /I !!«*«*?? r 4S WohaYoaaae^ko^nng^teri^^^ MVllNPltiK O, UcailsS(r€-;I, JMVUTy. -|1

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 November 1905

The Federal House, The proceedings iii the Federal House of Representatives during the last couple of weeks are regret able. Parliaments all the world over must expect criticism, oftimes unfair aud despicable. There has probably never been auy popular legislature whose career has not beea replete with incidents of ''wrangling and disorder, which, in the higher interests of the country, are lamentable. After all, these bodies of men are only human, and the passions which war within man kind cannot be absolutely put aside. Oftimes, indeed, the expressions of passion are a proof of sincerity. It would be impossible to imagine a Parliament for ever grave, dignified and stately where questions, pulsa ting with human possibilities, are discussed. In the fight for the inculcation of some far-reaching principle, destined in tlie minds of those who support it to revolution ize existing conditions, aud at the same time in the hearts of its op ponents honestly believed to spell ruin and calami...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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District News. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 November 1905

district News. {From ouro'wii Correspondents.) TPetails of local evente will be gladly Teceived from bona-fidc contributors.'. Help fis by keeping your district well in the public eye, and you will be helping vour selves,— Ed. O.C.] '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 November 1905

Hudson's fledical Hall. WITH SUMMER COME EYE COMPLAINTS., For Thirty-Three Years THREE FAMOUS REMEDIES have thriven in Rivcrinn, Golden Eye Drops ? 2s Golden Eye Ointment ? ??? 2s Golden Fly Lotion ? 1s POSTED EVERYWHERE. THEV FIX: ?t Bad Eyes, Sore Eyes, Inflamed Eyes, Weak Eyes, Fly-Bitteu Eyes. G I LLI ES, chemist.corowa. TflBLE ? BEER, Per -5d. Bottle. OBTAINABLE AT ALL HOTELS, AND WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS. BREWED BY THE flLBURY BREWING * HflLTING COAPflNY, LTD. SOME .... JEWELLERY PRQfS. IT IS A FACT That even- article in my Store is thoroughly good and reliable — just what it pretends to he. IT 16 A FACT That I earn- a large and well assorted Stock of JEWEIXERV suitable for presents for all occasions. IT IS A FACT Tbut I have lived 10 yearn' iu COROWA and )ny GUARANTEE stands behind what I sell. H. R©SENBL©©M, WflTCHttflKER flNb JEWELLER, eoR©wa. T. PARKIN, GENERAL IMPORTER, Sanger s street, Sorowa. Scythe Blades, Garden Tools, Handles, ' Digging Forks, Hay Rakes, Spades, For...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SOUTHERNERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 November 1905

THE SOUTHERNERS. An article in the 'Sydney Morn ing Herald,' otherwise favourable to closer settlement in Riverina, concludes as follows : — 'It must he said, flstf, that New South Wales people have allowed Victorians to secure the greater part of the farm binds that hare been available ; indeed, there was a constant Etreaui of settlers from the southern State into the territory during many years. Apparently it is tbeSoutb tion in force to try to induce the Govern ment to provide Iheni with land, and it is safe to say that if a large estate were re sumed and ready for settlers to-morrow the majority of applicants would be men from other States. It is all very well to point to the exodus from Victoria as evidence that the southern State is in a parlous way, and that New South Wales must be flourishing because she is attracting settlers from outside. While others come in and take up cheaper land than they can obtain in their own country the jibe at our neigh bors is very poor cousolat...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Land Notes. THE NOWRANIE LANDS. REVOCATION OF RESERVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 November 1905

3Land Notes. THE NOWRANIB LANDS. EKVOCATION OF RESERVES. Crown lands not avail&bls for settlement until purvey effected, and until farther notification. Within Nowrauio EeBumod.Aroa, County of TJrann, Parishes Palmer and Borroeecrrv. The whole of reserve 2211 of 1500 acres. Tho whole of reserve 2958 (including por tions 77, 78,, 79 and 80) area 1290 acres. The remainder of reserve 3105 of about 2570 acres. Tho whole of reserve 2217 of 17C0 acres. The whole of reserve 2696 (including T»rtions 85, 66.-46 and 47) of 8848 acres. The remainder of reserve 2690, uortb. ex tension, of about 600 acres. The remainder of reserve -2G96, south extension, of about 1640 acres. The remainder o! \V. resorve 1118 of 146 acres. Tbe nanahidcr of \V. Teserve 114* of about «» acres. The re mainder of W. reserve 1148, north exten sion, of about 85 wares. Total &roa atout 16,225 acres.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Convincing Experience. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 November 1905

Convincing Experience. ' I was badly scalded some months ago,' writes Jlrs. Knight, storekeeper, Lutwyche (Q.), 'aud after trying many remedies guve up tho idea of their giving me any relief. I was about to coll iu a doctor, when I re moubored Ohaniberlaiu's Pain Balm was highly recommended for burns and scalds, and concluded to give it ft trial. Tho way it stopped the pain nnd reduced tho inflam mation and swelling iu such a short time was really magical. This experience con vinced me that it is a splendid liniment, and ever sinoc I havo been recommending it to my customors and friends.' For sale by T. Parkin, Corowa.'

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 November 1905

Local and General. Wahounyah State school. — Tho school over tho river opens again on Tues day next, November 28. State of the Murray— The river has been lulling during the week, being last, night onlv lift, above summer level. PHEVENT DESPONDENCY. — Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will brace up the nerves, banish sick headache, prevent despondency, and invigorate tho whole system. Much easier to take than pills. For solo by T. Parkin, Corowa.' Closer Settlement League.— A meeting of members and intending mem bers of this League will bo held at tbo School of Arts on Friday ovening next, when the report o{ the delegates to Sydney mil be received and office-hearers nppointod. NEW YEAR TOKENS.— We have received from Mr. Thomas Parkin a von- dainty calendar for the coming year. It is a neat photo of his business premises printed on aluminium. The workmanship is very well executed, and it makes a nice New Year's token. Danger of Fjhe. — At tho regular meeting of tho Fire Brigade...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 November 1905

Some daked how pearl* did grow, mnd whore I Then spoko I lo my girl to port her lips and show me there The quarreleU of pearls, purohasod, of oourso, from the leading Dentist, R. K. Bun.*

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CABLES. (REUTERS.) LONDON, Thursday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 November 1905

CABLES. (Eedtebs.) LONDON, Thursday afternoon. It is reported that Count Witte suffered from a second attack of partial paralysis of the left afm. Tlie attack lasted several hours, and was accompanied by frequent fainting fits. The peasant conscripts have re fused to take the oath of allegiance until the demands for land are satis fied. There are numerous suggestions in tho London press of the early resig nation of the Premier (Mr. J. Balfour). Politicians are very excited and it is expected that a Liberal Government will be formed after a brief session, followed by an appeal to the country next year. Influential Genual) newspapers admit by a somi-ofticial declaration' that the non-participation of Ger many in the demonstration at Bob pborus as there was no vessel in the Mediterranean, wasoiilyapretext. The reason was the desire to convince the Sultan of the German Emperor's consideration for hie feelings. The '' Buss,' a leading Russian newspaper, states that if n, military dictato...

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On the Fringe of the Crowd. 'The Onlooker sees most of the Game." [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 November 1905

On the Fringe of the Crowd. [By Onlooker.] . 1 The Onlooker, sees most of the Game.' Sir John Forrest, the bulky legis lator from Westralia, became famous or notorious over his protest against being compelled to ' eat dirt ' by the Labor party. That was when 'Johnny' had got fired fmi of .1 Ministerial billet. Since tl;--i h' hru got back again, and is evidoia!-- i-..-i- tent with this peculiar diet. Ot oo-jr.-o S'John was speaking fiiwrativi-!-\ but if he came to Corowa !k- v,oi.':,- find the process of eating cm'. '. '-rn- mon and prevailing character -Li - of the community. I doi; . ki ,\v whether they like it, but lb'\ i.ee:u mighty used to it. I.have eaten enough, igc.--! r^nl Kiveriua dirt the last five wjefcs lo form a living area for a snnl1 krmly. It seems a Gunme, too, \ii:.i; ih.iy are holding big meetings ana v;i?.;-.':..ii; off to town on the closer so'.lei^oi'. racket that this should be. 10 se-; ?-..- many thousands of acres of tbut m' .-- vellous Riverina soil beii-g...

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Artificial Eyes. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 November 1905

Arttttcial Eyeg. Tbe London ' Lancet' publishes gomi curious (acts with regard to the numbei of false eyee which are turned out annually by different factories In Germany and France. Tbe total of these' ornamental ap pendages made In the German Empire it said to amount to the enormous total ot two millions yearly ; and, at the same time, one French factory, out ot many, makes 800,000 In the same period. But we must not Jump to the conclusion that these figures Indicate in any way tbe number of human beings who nave been deprived of the sight of one eye, for the artificial eyes In clude those used by wax figure makers, by taxidermists, ana even by the ooll manu facturers. It Is noteworthy that tbe totally blind never wear false eyes. The person -who Das been deprived ot the Eight ot one eye sees bis disfigurement whenever be looks into a glass, and his aesthetic sense— or perhapB bis vanity— leads him to make good tlie deficiency In the belt way he Kan. In the case ot the wholly blin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 November 1905

LATEST TELEGRAMS. Stdnet, EViday night. The Legislative Assembly sat all night, and adjourned at 10 o'clock this morning. After an interval for breakfast the Estimates were taken for discussion, and theirpossoge was hastened by repeated applications of thn Ollosure. In the Dalley Divorce Case the petitioner continued his evidence and in reply denied many of his wife's allegations. In the Arbitration Court to-day, Judge Heydon referred to an article in the ' Sydney Morning Herald,' and said the court bod no power to deal with it as contempt of court. The Minister for Lands (Mr. Jits. Ashton), stated in the Assembly to day that he considered one of the duties of the Government was to in stitute thorough and special inquiry into the character and value of land suitable for. closer settlement Albert Goss was fined £8 for tra velling on the railway without a ticket. Goss stated that his people in Melbourne possessed property to tbe value of £1600 or £1700.

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I happened to meet Smith. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 November 1905

I happened to meet Smith. . {Tune, 'I Happened to be There.'} 8ome people think the Melbourne Cnp is hard to nick, pick, pick ; But if they'd leave me on my own, I'd do the trick, trick, trick. ?Twos Smith that put me wrong; I'dlik* to break his neck, nee*, licdt. He eaid I'd bo an awful fool to hack Blue Spec, Spec, Spec. Chorus (expressive of resentment)— I happened to meet Smith. I happened to meet Smith. ' I felt sure Blue Spec would win. I wonld have scooped a lot of tin ', I'd the cash In hand to hack it with ; But you see, yon see, you see, I happened to meet Smith. The tipsters all, both great and small, will look so bine, blue, blue ; They said that Gladsome couldn't lose, like- ? wise Warroo, too, roo. And Marvel Loch COdH go as fast as a kangaroo, roo, roo ; But still Ithought Blue Q(«ciTOu]d win, t-.j wife did too, too, too. Chorus — But I happened to meet Smith, I happened to meet Smith, ' Tartan's safe,' was nfait he slid, ' He can do it -ou his bead-' ' I've no casii ...

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Signalling at Right. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 November 1905

Signalling at Sight, One evening recently (ays tie ' Flttsburi Despatch'.) tbe Fourth Brigade Signal Corps, -o! New York, flashei messages sue ceaerully between Niagara, Falls ui Buffalo a distance of at least t-veptr-t«-o miles without tbe aid oi tin heliograph. An or dlnary oil lamp was usea to flash tie met eases, and uey were reaa with tbe tasta auoe of field glasses end a telescope. It li pronounced one of the most successful tes. of flashlight signalling ever mada. The Niagara. Falls station was on top o tlie observation tower, near the falls, 300ft high, and the Buffalo station vras in th Sign»', Oorps ormrury uner, being sufficient ly elevated for tbe service, but all workei well, and the dense smoke (oat aln-ay bangs over Buffalo did not prevent tni signals being read with success, in fact th density of the smoke made the flash Iron the lajip ftspear ot greater density an* ot i crimson tinge. The lamp used loolte very much like a re (lector frequently eeen In country places...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Short Story. Evelyn Flaxman's Love Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 November 1905

Short Story. Evelyn Flaxman's Love Story, A lovely sprlug day aud tbe April ICucc Mei'tiug at Aiuersliot ! No com Dinuduu cau Uv brighter, merrier, or oiuie ulei.uttly eujoyaule to tbe for tuuuto jMxssefisors or youth, beauty, aud uil- ui ways necessary— mouey. Uerom .vicudows bad youtli, wealtu, auu low denied liliu good looks, aud to Him ut Uie present moment Alaerehot was i'uradisc, lor 10 bis uuuouudcd de iifc'iu Lvuiyu l''luxmau and her people were cowing over troiu Godaluilug to ue Hit! gucste tor the duy. Ills regiiiiQUt hau only been quartered at Aluurshot sin-e junuuiy, uud it wits at tlie Uuild loi'd voumy Dull tliat he bad Hint seen KvtHyu-set'U her aud adored her wltb tbe inusslouate lore of a hitherto uii louciifd heart. The Uoiough aud County Hall, Guild ford, is uot ix rouiautlc-iookiug builduig — iu piaiu truth, It is one of tbe ugliest pieces oi architecture that ever wan de v^sc'd--but -vliuu decked out nnd deco rurod iur the few aud far betwecu evuuts ot the year ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 November 1905

J. CR1SFIELD, M.V.S.V., REGISTERED VETERINARY SURGEON OF ? VICTORIA, MAY HE Consulted on -all Ailments AXD Diseases of Horses and Cattle, ISCLVDIKG Horse Dentistry. ADDRESS:— RIVER ST., 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 Eoyal Hotel). R. O*LEflRY, Proprietor. DESIRES to Inform tlie Hosideuts of Coiovva and District that be lias purchased the Hairdressing and Tobacconist's Busi ness lately carried on liy Mr. C. H. V right. The Services of an Expert Barber have been obtained. Having been tborongblr Renovated and Re-fitted, the Shop is now the acme of cleanbness. Every Convenience and Comfort for Customers. Assorted Stock of Pipci, Tobacco, Cigars, and Cigarettes on band. IS- BILLIABD SALOON ADJOINING SHOP. R. O'LEARY, Proprietor. J. SOUTHGATE, Wood and Wat^r Carter, RIVER-STREET, C O R O W fl , WISHES to state tlial he cau supply wood...

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