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BALANCE SHEET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 November 1905
BAIiAKCE SHEF.T. £ s d To Balance Forward ? 112 39 Members at Is ? 1 ID 0 Nomination fees for competitors 18 0 3 18 2 By Expenditure Trophies ? 2 11 0 Rent ? C 0 Petty Expenses ... 18 11 Expenses B'rd's visit i 0 ? 3 12 11 Credit Balance ? 5 3 The Chairman moved the adoption of the report. Although they had not got all the reforms they desired, they had much to be congratulated on. The legal weight of the fish had been reduced to \\\h. as minimum. No doubt they would, later on iu the season, propose some useful amend ments of the Fisheries Acts. He advocated persistent agitation, and referred to the Sludge Commission now busy _ in Victoria. He hoped Mi\ Bowser, M.I3, would lie success ful in his endeavours to obtain a clean river. Fish won't face the dirty river water, and therefore the short season gave local fishers no chance. He nlso complimented tho honorary Inspectors on the way they had done their best to limit the wholesale poaching that went on, (Applause). Mr. Gray seconded...
Corowa Angling Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 November 1905
Corowa Angling Club. w The annual meeting of tbe Angling Club was held at the Old Oddfellows Hall on Wednesday night. There was a good attendance of members. Tlie President (Mr. C. T. Brewer), occupied the chair. The minutes of the last annual meetino were read and confirmed. The following report and balance sheet was submitted by the Secretaiy (Mr. J. P. Taylor). Secret-art's Bepoht. In submitting for your consideration my report for tho season 19Q1-S, I have to con gratulate the members on having passed through a highly successful term, your labors resulting in much-needed reforms being grouted in the regulations governing tho Inland Fisheries— reforms, the benefit of which will bo felt during the coming season. Apart from tho good work done in this direction, the existence of your dub has led to a much keener enthusiasm being dis played by anglers generally, as proof of which it is only necessary to refer to the four successful competitions held during the season, the winners of ...
L.V. Race Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 November 1905
L.V: Race Meeting. A meeting of tbe committee of the Licensed Victuallers Bace Meet ing was held on Thursday night, at the Royal Hotel. Mr. Jensen was in tho chair, and there were also present, Messrs. D. Thompson, K. Hull, G. Morphett, K. O'Leary, anil the lion. Secretary Mr, Shelly Smith. A balance sheet showing a profit resulting from the late meeting of £22-16a. 2d., was considered highly satisfactory. The sum of £5 was passed to pay the Racing Club for the use of the course. On previous meetings a sum of about £14 has been owing to the hou. secretary, amounts be has had to make good. This having been pointed out, on the motion of Mr. Jbnson, seconded by R. O'Leary, the sum of £10 was voted to Mr. Shelly Smith. Other accounts were passed for payment, and the committee now holds a balance of £7 16s. %\.
SOCIAL EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 25 November 1905
SOCIAL EVENING. - The formal business having*been disposed of, the remainder of the evening wrr levoted to an enjoyable smoke nibi.i. About sixty gentlemen sat down to the,, well-stocked tables, and 'under tho care of tho genial chairman, were soon having a good time. Mr. C. T. Brewer is an ideal chairman, full of vivacity and humour, grave and gay ns oc casion demanded, and fgjl of en thusiasm, his unflagging spirits kept the evening in hearty swing. His recitation was one of the X-a:X items of the evening. Mr. Beg. Johnson acted as pianist, and songs were contributed by Messrs G. J. Taylor, W. G. Gillies, W. Pestull, J. Elder, Bog. Richmond, nnd Travis. Messrs Brewer nnd F. C. Piggin also recited. All the items woro good mid well received, but Messrs Pestall, Richmond, and Elder were particu larly successful in their comic items. Considerable interest was taken in tho ' Fish Story Competition, ' for which . the chairman had donated a handsome (silver bodgo. The badge was a lient h...
Land Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905
Land Notes. The following reserve has been exempt from license or lease, pending determination of portion to be set apart for public school, jiurposes, as per ' Gazette ' notice : — Within the boundaries of Collendina re sumed area No. S57A. No. 39,930 from sale (No. 89,940 from license and lease generally). County of Hume, parish of Collendina, containing an area of 8 acres. The Crown Lands within the boundaries of measured portion 117, — as shown on plan cataloguod H.' 3342-1608. NOTE. — Within that part of reserve 1854 from sale (No. 274 from lease), revoked this day. Also, 2 acres in the parish of Clear Hills, village of Oaklands, for public buildings. At the sitting ol the LAND APPEAL COUBT at Dailmghuret on December 0, the following caso is set down for hearing: — From the Corowa Laud Board, reference for decision in respect of Edmund dear's ad ditional homestead selection application No. 1904-1, Corowa ; also on appeal from G. A. Olsen againBt the confirmation of Timothy Nagl...
LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. [BY WIRE.] Melbourne Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905
LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. TBt Wire.] MELBOUEKE Tuesday night. The wheat market is dull to-day; old wheat 3s 7d, prime Ss 7Jd. . Oats— good feed 1 /1 1 to 2/-, milling 2/0i to 2/1. Maize small line of flat red sold 4s 7d. Barley feed 2s 6d to 2s 9d. Flour, quiet, £7 6s to £7 10s for export ; £7 10s to £7 15s for baker's lots. Onions quiet at £0 to £G 10s. Potatoes — prime red £5 to £5'10s, pinkeyes £5, snowflakes £5 ; new potatoes £9 to £10. 10s, Chaff 60s to 62s£d, inferior 40s to 55s.
SYDNEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905
SYDNEY MARKET. SYDNEY, Monday.— Wheat 8s 7d to 3s 8d, new wheat at 3s 4}d December-January delivery ; very little doing. Flour £7 15s to £8 5s. A little more inquiry for corn sacks at 7s. Bran bags sold at 5s 6d. Oats dull -Algerians 2s 5d to 2s 6d, choice heavy Gartons found sale up to Ss 3d ; moderate supplies of chickwheat were available at 3s Sd to Ss 7d. Bran Is ; pollard Is Sd and Is 5jd. Chaff was rather quiet. Choice green wheaten realised £4 Us 8d, and prfme £4 Is8d. Melbourne oaten chaff was freely offered at from £3 to £3 10s. Oaten hay was firm at £4 10s to £4 15s for Melbourne makes. Potatoes quiet ; Tasmanian £S to £9 10s, Clarence River Circular £11 10s to £12. Onions £7 lGs 8d to £8 5s.
MELBOURNE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905
MELBOURNE MARKET. Wheat market remains weak. Moderate business at 3s 7d. Forward market for new wheat is affected by the dullness in London — quoted Ss 4d January delivery ; early December higher. Flour £7 15s ; bran and pollard unchanged ; oats 2s Id to 2s 2d ; prime old chaff is scarce at 70s ; cornsacks are in steady demand at 7s 3d ; country inquiries are increasing. Bran bags are scarce at 5s 6d, up to 5s 9d being asked for sinall lots. December delivery is quoted at 5s 3d, January delivery at up to 5s, and January-February at 4s 9d.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905
YOUNGHUSBAKD, ROW & CO. PEOPEI ETABY, LTD., report at Albury Market on Tuesday, an extremely heavy supply of both fat and store sheep, and a full yarding of fat cattle. The attendance was large, and all things considered, the sale may be quoted as a good one. Fat Sheep. — Some 1000 came to hand. all shorn, the bulk being good merino wethers with a fair proportion of prime ; abo a few pens of prime ewes. Best merino wethers lls Cd to 12s 3d : extra ISs Id ; good 10s lOd to lls ; medium 9s Gd to 10s 3d ; best crossbred and comeback wethers 12s lOd to 13s Gd ; odd pens 13s lOd. Fat lambs, prime and heavy 12s 3d to 12s lOd ; good 10s 6jl to lls ; light 9s ; shorn 8s Gd to 10s. Store Sheep. — A large number came to hand, about 16,000 being yarded, including some very fine lines of early shorn young wethers and .several lots of very nice young ewes. Competition was well sustained throughout, although prices for agod ewes were lower. X-bred ewes were in good re quest, lines with la...
THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. FINANCIAL REPORT For the Half-year ending June 30th, 1905. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905
§|be equitable life TpSURANeE SOeiETY. P FINANCIAL REPORT '..?'i'For the Half-year ending June 30th, 1905. v ? ? ^^'urance in force, December 31st, 1904 ... ... £307,334,064 insurance in force, Juue 30th, 1905... ... ... £313,082,342 ^?^Increasc in Assurance in force first six months, 190D... £6,348,278 Pssets December 31st, 1904... ... ... ... £85,067,340 Bssets Juno 30th, 1905 ... ... ... ... £86,566,726 ^?jncreas? in Assets first six months, 1900 ... ... £1,499,380 fjJCbme First Six Months, 1904 ... ... ... £7,482,733 jTncomc First Six Months, 1900 ... ... ... £7,973,222 .'^ Increase in Income first six mouth's of 1905... ... £490,489
SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905
SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. SYDNEY, Monday. — At Homebushi to day 29,000 sheep and lambs were penned. As the supply was ample for the demand, the market was .flat, at about the values ruling at the close of last Thursday. Merino wethers brought 8s Cd to I3s Gd, extra prime to 15s 3d, x-bred wethers 10s to lGs, a few to 16s 8d, merino ewes 6s Gd to 12s, x-bred ewes 10s Cd to ISs 6d, extra to 15s 6d, woolly sheep 11s to 16s. The supply o! lambs was smaller proportionately to the sheep than of late : sales were made from 6s to 12s 6d, extra prime to 13s 9d, 1,085 cattle were yarded. Bullocks sold at £6 to £9 16s, cows £4 10s to f 7, best beef 18s to 21s per 1001b.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905
; THE NEW FIVE YEAR BONUS POLICY. . _. The Society is about to issue .a new Policy, which, in addition to 'granting -Guu.iY.utettl Loans, Cash and Paid-up Surrender Values, the amounts of which will be written in the Policy, will contain a pped*! Five i'ear Uomis privilege which will allow the nolicyliolder io draw his profits or otherwise dispose of his Policy in a number of different ways at the end of EACH PERIOD OF FIVE YEARS. C. CARLISLE TAYLOR, General Manager for Australasia. ALEX. CUPPLES, Agency Inspector for N.S.W. W. B. FORD District Manager for Upper Murray. PRINTING OF . . EVERY DESCRIPTION . . —EXECUTED AT THE 'CHRONICLE' OFFICE WITH NEATNESS AND DESPATCH. OCR MP-i?MlNERY. ' THE ' CHRONICLE ' PLANT IS WITH OUT DOUBT THE BEST BETWEEN MELBOURNE AND ALBURY. TYPES.' . . A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF THE LATEST UP-TO-DATE FACES. A TRIAL. SOLICITED. 1ST NOTE THE ADDRESS :— 'CHRONICLE ' OFFICE, Sanger Street, COR OWfi.
COROWA FORTNIGHTLY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905
COROWA FOBTNIGHTLY MARKET. Walteb L. Taylob and co., Corowa, report holding their usual fortnightly eale in their Corowa yards on Thursday last, 23rd inst. when they offered some good lines of station bred sheep. ' There was a fair attendance of buyers and although bids did not come readily the; succeeded in clearing the yards at full market values. They sold 3G0 crossbred ewes, 7 years old, Collcndina station bred, one mark 12s.; 5(5 merino wether weaners, Burryjaa station bred, 8s.; and 93 comeback ewes, aged, Collendina station bred, 10s. 6d.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905
THE COROWA 'CHRONICLE,' —PUBLISHED AT— COROWA, N. S. W., — EVERY — WEDNESDAY . . . _ a vn ? . . . SflTURDflY. SUBSCRIPTION: Per Quarter ... ... ... 4s. Per Annum ... ... ... J6s Per Annum, in Advance ... 12s RATES FOR CASUAL ADVTS. First Inch ? 3s. Each Succeeding Inch ... ... 2s. Special Rates for Standing Ad vertisements. LATEST CABLES, SYDNEY AND MELBOURNE NEWS. RELIABLE REPORTS OF LOCAL AND CURRENT EVENTS. COMMERCIAL, FARM, SPORTING AND GENERAL NEWS. THE CHRONICLE is THE BEST PAl'ER FOH THE FARMER FHflT-GUOWKR V1GXKHON SQUATTER MAX OF BUSINESS THE CHRONICLE KEEPS A WATCHFUL EYEONTHE DOING S OP GOVERNMENTS M.P.'b ALDERMEN PUBLIC OFFICERS AND PROMINENT MEN OP ALL SORTS. THE CHRONICLE EXPOSESthu FALLACIES A.SD TRICKS OP SUNDRY HUMBUGS SKLF-SKEKEHS PUBLIC PLUNDERERS SHAMS & HIRELINGS. THE CHRONICLE LENDS ITS READY HEW FOR THE PROMOTION OP ALL THAT MAKES FOR AN INCREASE OF THE HAPPINESS, COMFORT ENLIGHTENMENT PROGRESS, AND PROS PERITY OF EVERY REPUTABLE SECTION OF THE COMMUNI...
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905
Commercial. LOCAL EETAIL PEI0ES. Butter (factor)') Is Id to Is 2d. Butter, (dairy), 8d to lOd. Cheese, 9d to lOd. Eggs 9d. - Bacon, 9d to lOd. Ham, 9dtol0d. Currants, Sid to 6d. Raisins, Sd to 6d. Onions, (per. cwt.), 16s. Potatoes, 12s. to 15s. Gats, 2s 6d to2s9d. ? Fowl feed, 8s. ' Bran, Is to Is Id. Pollard, Is 6d to Is 7d. Flour, 16s to 17s. Chaff, £3.
BUSH FIRES. GOVERNMENT ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905
BUSH FIRES. GOVERNMENT ACTION. The Mayor (Aid. T. Parkin) has received a circular letter from the Treasury asking for co-operation in guarding against bush fires. The matter will be again brought before tbc Council. As a result of instructions cmlicdied in a minute by the Premier about a week ago, a warning is being issued to officials and others, who are urged to observe all reason able precautions to prevent danger of out breaks. The season of the year during whicli bush fires arc to be feared has already legun, and tbe devastating effect of the outbreaks tliat last year swept over other districts has not yet faded out of recollection. It is for this reason that tbe Premier is inviting atten tion to the matter, in the hope that all classes of the community will combine to prevent, as fur as possible, uny recurrence of such devastation, ivitb its heavy Jo*fes to scttleis. Government ofucial* in the eountrv have been instructed to aid in the desired direc tion as far as possible, bu...
Convincing Experience. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905
Convincing Experience. ' I was badly scalded some month!! ago,' writes Mrs. Knight, storekeeper, Lutvvyche (Q.), ' and after trying many remedies gava up tbe idea of their giving me any relief. I was about to call in u doctor, when I ic numbered Chamberlain's Pain Balm wits highly recommended for burns and scalds, and concluded to give it a trial. The way it stopped tho pain and reduced the inflam mation Slid swelling in such a short time was really magical. This experience con vinced mo that it is a splendid liniment, and ever since I have boon recommending it to my customers mid friends.' For sale by T. Parkin, Corowa.* Printed and Published by ALBERT JOHN ESAU, Sole Proprietor, at his Machine Printing Office, Sanger-Stroet, Corow», in the Stuto of Now South Wales,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905
THE STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS, and ? NEWS AGENCY, COROWA. J. W. TAYLOR, For— Pti«e Books, Periodicals, Magazines, Daily & Weekly Papers, BASKETWARE, TOVS, NICK NACS, ORNAMENTS, Papetries, Writing Blocks, Envelopes, Fancy & Plain Note Papers. Fernftore : Cash or Time Payment at Melbourne prices. OBDERS BY LETTER OR OTHERWISE PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO .|eR0CpALMLLECEsYgvJ . 'Uivemy Uoy « Qooa Bmlnew BduciUon.' A Varenl wrltet to Ihe l'rinclp.l of Uockdile College thus: 'Give my boy a Business Education, We hive a j»od JiuElnosB. and want our sou to be * Uioroufih business min. J'Imso ikcIi Wmno old d.«,l ! inciusos, but newJivIng business metliods. We want him taugul typewrlllnj, thorough pracll- r»1 iirlihtniilc. otid kUt him real commercial examples, tuch as vou know wfl have In business. Teach lilii linoUreiilne, s° hn cm manacc the books or our firm. Then when he leaves the College bit educulumvlll bnofvaluctohimalililslife.' Tuiiws, me, ok ArruciTiott to the Principal Cu...