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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905

VlfE have much pleasure in informing the public that the necessity no longer exists for sending to Melbourne or Sydney for a Really Good Tea. ALL OUR TEAS are direct from growers, handled only by our nclvos, and being ' . EXPERT BLENDERS We guarantee to please the most fastidious taste, and - DEFY COMPETITION. STRENGTH. FLAVOR. H. J. NORMAN & CO., TEA, COFFEE AND COCOA MERCHANTS, ALBURY. (EXPERT BLENDERS.) TEAS PACKED FOR THE TRADE. PURITY. EXCELLENCE. Send for Trial Package of our DELICIOUS TEAS IN TINS 121b. 151b. 201b. . 2Rlb. CHESTS 501b. 801b. 1001b. At Is, Is 3d, Is 6d, ls^9d, and 2s 1b, A\\A compare it with any to be had in the Ooniinonwcnllh GEORGE W.FIGG INS, Bicycle Works, Sanger-street, Corowa. MACHINES built to order from £10 10s to £H 10s, with 12 months' guarantee samples of vrhicli can bo seen on the premises. All our jrachines are carefully .tested before delivery, and the finish and staving powei is of the best. LADIES' AND GENT'S BIKES FOR HIRE. Acetylene G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905

M-l IlASBALK, Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician, Albiiry. J|ET ftnjjj Siiey or Melbourne Jeweller's *?»' Ga'talS i, pick out wliat you want, send to m'of ftcl t will Bend you exactly the same artioj at the same price, free of all expense iqj u, thus saving you freight and postage, f, {? P||\JfiC IX ALL MANNER OP IVlllVjo SETTINGS and in all sizes. : :1 1.1: — ? Send; { faf Illustrated Catalogue of Jo\rellet3BfitcHct, and Silvcnrarc. ? Rings (or Qentlemen. Rings for Ladies. Rings for Babies. Wedding Rings. Engagement Rings. Rings for Presents. Bing Size Card sent free on application. ?-?/} f- BEKT-FEEE. Here;i| lovely 9ct. Gold Brooch, sct-^ nrred stone, only I2s-5d. Gent's Silver Gifts. \l^E have an Exceptionally nice Assort ' * meiit of Articles intended for Mcns' Use, suitable for Birthdiiy, Xmas. or Com plimeiltiiry Gifts. Silver Shaving Strops. Silver Military Brushes. Silver-mounted Cigur Cases. Silver Flasks. Silver Shaving Brushes. Silver Shaving Ifugs. Silver Match Boxes. Si...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905

J. B. HILTON, Tinsmith, Plumber, Tankmakeb.ktc, Dean-street, Albury. Agent for Now Homo Sewing Machines— Tho King of All. Sewing Machines Repaired. Catalogues and Price List on application. All inquiries promptly attended to by otter. THOMAS FARRELL, li.-r*- i*,T i (Lato of Colleudina ??-. ??',? | Has commenced business i-: \' --??? .' Corowa, in premises opposite ' i ' ii.iiik ol Australasia. Workmanship guaranteed. Horseshoeing a specialty. Shoeing worlc of all kinds done cxpeditiously and at reason nblo cost. General repair work done. A trial solicited. NOTE THE ADDRESS : Sanger-street, Corowa. Pusterla Bros., PHOTOGRAPHERS Exquisite Portraiture — AT — City Prices. New Studios: DEAN-STREET, ALBURY, OPPOSITE COUNCIL CHAMBEEB.

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Delights of Outdoor Life. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905

Delights of Outdoor Life. Much of lbe tcdlousnees of higlily civilised life comes from Its suiootbueee aud regularity. To-tlay is like yester day, ami we tliink that we can predict to-morrow. Of course jvu eaunot really do so. Tbe chances are still tUere. But we Lave covered them up so deeply with the artificialities of life that we tec sight of tuem. It seems as If every tuiug in our neat little world were ar ranged, and provided for, and reason ably certala to come to pass. Tl\c best way of escape from this tedium vltae is through a recreation like angling, not only because it is so evidently a matter of luck, but also because it tempts us out Into a wilder, freer life. It leads almost inevitably to camping out, walcli Is a wholesome and sanitary Impru dence. . . , The people who always live In houses, and 6leep on 'beds, and ?walk on pave nicnte, aud buy their food from butchers and bakers aiid;grocers are not the most blessed inhabitants of this wide aud various earth. The circu...

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Police Court. MONDAY, 27TH NOVEMBER. (Before Mr. M. Longfield, J.P). [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905

Police Court. Monday, 27th November. (Before Mr. M. Longfield, J.P). James Leroy, charged with inde cent language, was fined £1, or V -iays.

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Why Napoleon Failed. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905

Why Napoleon Failed. Mr. Heretonl B. Georee, in his 'Ntoo. loon's Invasion ot Ruesle,' maintains ^hat nettiher the cold nor the burning of Moocow had a material etteet in deciding the fate of (be oxpedWoc. . Bumming up the reasons why the Jnwslon n*Hed, Mr. George comes to the mato one that the scfaeme was 'too big to be worked.!' ' Bvery possible nmvi &k-n had to be made beforehand but it vas feqpoEslMe to get the supplies to the troopa unless tfeey moved too slvwty to achieve anythtoe.' Napoleonfe one chance was that hte preparations would terrorise Alexander Into fWlttmlF-^i— 4tiejt no invasion would be necessary. ' Alexanw aiood . flrau, and his people supported him ; provided that they did se, the Invasion was bound to mil. iS'apoleon's nxuweement ot tbe campaign was not fault less, but his enemies made more and greater mistakes. He tempted Providence by Ignor ing Oie aocmeeh ol winter, and pai« dearly for It In losing scons of ttaouBands oX men imnecaBurUy ; but he was...

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Sporting Notes. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905

Sporting Notes. RACIKG FlXTUIlES. Goulburn B. Club, November SO and December 1. Jerilderie Jockey Club, December 26. Wodonga Turf Club (anmial meeting December 20 ani 27. The weights for the Sydney Summer han dioaps were issued on Mondav. Famous is top weight for the Villiers Stakes with 9st. 81b., and is on the same mark as Airloch in the Carrington Stokes with 9st lllbs. The son of Grafton has proved himself one of the best xnilers we have had, and is fairly entitled to be placed at the head of the list. Marvel Loch has been allotted top weight in both the Summer Cup and Tattcrsall's Cup, having 9fct Gibs in the former and 9st Slus in the hitter. This was only to be expected after her brilliant Caulfield Cup victor}- and subsequent consistent running. Good, however, a6 the mare is, the weights above referred to will be found troublesome. Warroo is well handicapped, and, if he sUnds a preparation, should be one of the hardest to beat. At this stage the CBBON ICLE scribe likes Royal...

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Sick Babies in Summer. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905

Sick Babies in Summer. It is during tho warm months of summer that mothers have to bo most careful of their little ones, and at tho first unusual looseness of their bowels should give the little sufferer n dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera -md Diarrhoea Hemedy. Got it to-day ; it will save trouble later on. For salo by T. Parkin, Corowa.*

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905

Local and General. . THE river was 9ft. Sin. above summer level last night. BOSH FlEES.— A warning, re bush fires, issued by the Government, will be found on the first page of this issue. Fishing Season. — The unwonted activity of many staid -: Juid. ilderi}-. citixeus the last few days is accounted for by the fact that the fishing season opens next Friday. Prevent Despondency. — Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will brace up the nerves, banish sick headache, prevent despondency, and invigorate the whole svstem. Much easier to take than pills. For sale by T. Parkin, Corowa.' Pbofessional Notice.— In another column Mr. H. N. Bull, the weB-taown surgeon dentist of Corowa, notifies that the report that he is leaving Corowa is incorrect. Mr. Bull may still be consulted at his dental rooms, Sanger-street, where all work has his personal attention. Tea Merchants.— In another column will be found an advertisement of Messrs. H. J. Norman & Co., who' hare reoently commenced b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905

J. CRISFIELD, M.V.S.V., EEGISTERED c VETERINARY *' SURGEON OP v VICTORIA, MAV BE Consulted on all Ailments AND Diseases of Horses and Cattle, ' INCLUDING 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 liairdressing and Shaving Saloon. « t (Opposite Boyal Hotel). « R. O'TEflRY, i Proprietor. DESIRES to Inform the Residents of . Corowa and District that be has purchased the Hairdressing and Tobacconist's Busi ness lately carried on bv Sir. C. H. Wright. The Services of an Expert Barber have been obtained. Having been thoroughly Renovated and Re-fitted, the Shop is liow the acme of cleanliness. Every Convenience and Comfort for Customers. Assorted Stock of Pipes, Tobacco, Cigars, and Cigarettes on hand. «2' BILLIARD SALOON ADJOINING SHOP. R. O'LEARY, Proprietor. J. SOUTHGATE, Wood and Water Carter, RIVER-STREET, c o r o w n, WISHES to state that...

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A BALLDALE WANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905

A BALLDALE WANT. Our correspondent at Balldale points out that owing to the insufficient .supply of - water at the Railway station, a great deal of suffering and inconvenience is ex perienced during the hot busy months of the grain season. Teams arrivinE there after a* long pull rhrough dusty and barren reads have no opportunity of assuaging their thirst A very slight expendi ture and trouble on the part of the Railway authorities should remedy what is undoubtedly a piece of needless cruelty. It is a strong confirmation of the old saying — ' What the eye doesn't see the heart doesn't grieve over.'. Iu our great cities uiovengh'ts are enthusi astically initiated to provide the street fountain for the stray dogs, the shelter for the cabby's horse etc., and other worthy objects. Yet a little of that sympathy and thought might well be given to the poor brutes, who, out ou the dusty suncracked plains carry the pioneer's burden of our young continent, amid intolerable and oftimes un neces...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905

GEORGE MALOLJF & COMPANY, The Busy Drapers, Olive=street, AMmry. SENSATIONAL SUMMER SALE commences on SATURDAY, November J8tiu Alarming Redactions in afl Departaente. Residents of Corowa and District should carefully peruse the Price List and forward order with remittance *t once, and secure the Pick of the Stock. P^yDelaines... 5/6 do, 3/U Ladie. B,acl: Corsets (all siz06) 3/G 1/H La,e Curtaining.... ,' Men, Moleskins l,ll ^ Men. Tweed Suits S 5S Hens' Undershirts KTeacl, T *3£.jg£* *''*?' Colored Cashmeres l/« „ 10J Walking Skirts 7/11 -6/6 Ladies' White ... 54in wide ... 1/3 yard 9d Hens' Blue Dun- Mens1 Terai Hats Hens' Underpants l/9 pair 1/- Lace Curtains, 1/6 Pair. LaaiesCol'd Pretty Night Dresses ... 2/11 1/11 Pique Skirts ... 6/11 4/6 Kens' Tweed ... garees... . 2/6 1/q l« / oi ^ air o./n Mons1 Laco Boots 7/6 „ 0/0 Hens' Tweed Trousers made to ineas Bta» ... «u i« u*i. ?;.. «u «..«,»»** .« t™» ... ./n 8/u iww. ... s« ,,„? s^Tz^eZ tit Ti fflSS'''''0.'' Z ' 5« wSis.^....

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Short Story. Number 197. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905

Short Sto^y. Number 197. C louVi We:*, Ilie Governor of ? Prison, i--ij£d-u? his daily papjr preparatory to leaving on bis morning round. ' My dear,' he tAld, Addressing bfs wife across the bi«akfaU table, 'thai carved l^ombay cabiDot hae been badly (dipped — re&ily the sen-Ants are booming mest care I-i33 — I'm sending in a man Unis morning to -npaJr 1*. He iB—er— Number 197.' ' One or (be convicts » ?, But, my dear, or^ you sure be is quite — quite ? ' ' Oh, perfectly,' returned ttie Governor easily. 'He Is a flve yean' man,' be con tinued, ' been in Just a. twelvemonth. It vms rather a cad case, and one that iras In tercsted me. Quite a young (eMow, yott know. Lived beyond his means — forgery— Intended to repay the money, but die whole thing was discovered. ' He Js very clever with tils 'fingers— quite an ar-llst, and a tp.en dld wood-carver. He repaired sn old chest ci .the cbaplan's imai'velloualy. Well, it you lei*him bave-tiie room this morning I'll send him in.' In t...

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CABLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905

CABLES. We regret that through some uii forseen cause, our cables and late Sydney wires have not come to hand.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905

SALE OF FREEHOLD LAND. Clearing Sale of Stock, Horses, Farming implements, Machi nery, Harness, and Sundries. AT CLEAR HILL PARK, OAKLANDS. Saturday, Dec. 9, '05. A. A. PIGGIN & CO. HAVE received instructions from the ' * Executor, estate late Ellen Thomson, to sell by public auction as above, in order to dose accounts — THE FREEHOLD FARM, STOCK. AND WORKING PLANT, comprising CLEAR HILL PARK of 1868 acres, distant about one mile from Oak lands. This property is well and substantially improved by good dwelling, kitchen, men's huts, stables (IS stalls), chaff-house, machinery shed, hay shed, and every neces sary out-building. Sub-divided iuto 10 paddocks, all securely fenced, watered by permanent well and four tanks, containing 2000, 1500, 800, and 500 yards ; 500 acres cleared ready for the plough. The Stock, Fanning Plant, etc., which will be oSered and sold to the highest bid der, independent of the sale of the ground, consist of— SHEEP.— 700 mixed sexes, 300 lambs mixed se...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905

W. L. Taylor * Co., (Walter L. Taylor, Geo. C. Morphett) flUGTlONEERS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, WHEAT BUYERS. Agents for The Australian Mutual Provident Society. The' Ocean Accident Co. The Australian Mutual Fire Insur ance Co. The Royal Insurance Co. M'Dougall's Sheep Dip. Cohoe and Walster'sRabbit Poisoner The Australian Mutual Fire Insur ance Association of Austral Asia, Limited. Offices : SANGER STREET, COROWA. CHEAP MONEY, We have £20,000 Trust Moneys to len- on Broad Acres in sums to suit at 4%, *i% and 4J%, according to security. \V. L. TAVLOR i CO., Corowa. W. S. NORMAN & CO., AUCTIONEERS, WOOL BBOKEP.S, CH.VFF AXD Gh.UN BCTERS. . Sales of Skins, Hides, Tallow, etc. every Fourth Friday. NEXT WOOL SALE : Friday, 8th December. LIBERAL ADVANCES SrADE. Townsend-street, Albury JAS. COLQUHOUN WHEAT BUYER AND MACHINERY MERCHANT. [established 1886.] GROWINGlivER SINCE WHEAT BOUGHT ALL THE VEAIi BOUM Delivery taken at any Railwa Station, Prompt Cash Settlements Branches at :...

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DAIRYING. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905

DAIRYING. At the Fanners and Settlers' Association meeting on Saturday at Burryjaa, it was decided to en deavor to arrange with the Agricultural Department for the visit of a Dairy Expert. The ob ject of such, a visit is to bring the advantages of dairying prominently before local settlers. It is felt that this industry does not occupy the position iu the district that its rank as a wealth-producer entitles it to. Butter making is rapidly rauking as one of the greatest of our natural industries. Although Mew South Wales is far behind Victoiia and New Zealand in this direction, the industry is advancing of late years very rapidly In 1903 there were seven and a half million pounds weight of butter sent from this State, and the last two years have seen that quantity doubled . As ou 1 readers will have noted in the ac count of the Springhurst factory, published fnji, reoW issue of- the CHROSffXB, that1, industry distri butes sbmfe £3--ook month around the district. It is' unnecessary to...

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A WORKING BASIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905

A WORKING BASIS. The President of the district branch of the Farmers and Settlers' Association (Mr. R. McKenzie) drew attention to an important phase of the laud resumption ques tion, when tlie subject was under discussion on Saturday. Instancing some well-known cases in Victoria whose surroundings were not apt to lend confidence, and also the scan dals in connection with Myall Creek resumption, to point his argument, Mr. McKenzie contended that a working basis was necessary in these resumptions. He was ol the opiuion that the prices should be decided ou the basis of the valu atiou given for taxation purposes. Of course this is no new proposal. It is already in force iu New Zealand, and attended with success. There is certainly much to recom mend it, and, in fact, where there is an honest valuation there can really be no objection. Opposition can only be based ou the grounds of the valuation not being correct. In such a case the beauty of the pro posal and the duty of the Govern men...

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UNLOCK THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905

UNLOCK THE LAND. At the meeting of the Farmers and Settlers' Association held at Burryjaa j ou Saturday, the closer settlement movement was brought forward. Tlie Chairman said the matter was very important to them all. Messrs. Gardner and. Currie were present representing the Closer Settlement League, and he would call on them j to lay the matter before the meeting, j Mr. Curjrie., explained what had j been done in Corowa in ?connection with the Closer Settlement League. They desired to form a branch at Burryjaa. Mr. Asliton, the Minister for Lands, intended having a personal j conference with the ofiicer whe had inspected the properties in their dis trict. They'jiad received good sup port arid assistance in Sydney from j the press and public men. There j was no necessity to say much of the demaud for land all through the dis trict. He asked them to form a i branch of the League, with the ne- | cessary office-bearers; Mr. Gardner also spoke and ex plained how necessary it was to ext...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 29 November 1905

flULAMl UMBRgLLA. How i» it? Siok. loit, or broken »ny tita.oover, worn, tom,.or lorlom? 8witchit to SKINNER'S. We'll re-cover it and make every part down to the ferrule as good as now again. SKINNER'S. Dean°street. Alhurv,

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