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The Wine Industry. MEETING AT RUTHERGLEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 2 December 1905

The Wine Industry. MEETING AT RUTHERGLEN. A public meeting of vinegrowcrs of Ruthorglen and surrounding districts was held at the Shire Hall on Satur day last, when upwards of forty growers were present. Mr. J. Bow ser, M.L.A., also attended the gathering. Mr. D. B. Smith, of All Saints Vineyard, occupied the chair. The following correspondence was read by the acting secretary, Mr. T. Drenen : — From J. Bowser, M.L.A., re de posit on resistant vines, Btating that be would again bring the matter under the consideration of the Min ister of Agriculture. From Secretary for Agriculture, Btating that an application for re sistant vines closed on 31st July, and as deposits had already been lodged, the Minister is now unable to see his way to vary the agreement. From Secretary Viticultural So ciety of Victoria, forwarding copy of the rules of the recently formed Bociety. The Chairman stated that the first matter to be. dealt with was the re duction of the duty on spirit used for fortifying ...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BUSH FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 2 December 1905

BUSH FIRES. Disastrous bush fireB have occurred in the Djibbo district. A very wide urea has been swept by the flames, md many farmers have suffered serious loss. An outbreak at Old Dubbo at one time threatened the whole wheat-growing country as far as Geuric. All the residents battled with the fire, but their efforts were almost futile, until a change in the wind fortunately occurred, Two of the fire-fighters were overcome by intense heat, and narrowly escaped being roasted alive. Thousands of acres of crop and grass were de stroyed. Fires also occurred in Condobolin, Farkes, Trangie, and other districts. A fire on the Egelbra station, in the Warren district, the property of Mr. H. E. Eater, M.L.C., destroyed over 7000 acres of grass. The fire reached within a mile of Warren before it was got under control. A domestic servant employed on Meramie station, adjoining Egelbra, was sent to the bouse of a settler close by to warn the inmates of their danger. The girl did not return, and ...

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CLEAR HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 2 December 1905

CLEAR HILLS. Everything is quiet now, as it generally is a fortnight or so before the harvest. Tile crops are all ripen ing and will be ready for stripping by about a week or a fortnight s time. Summer has come upon us all of a sudden, the thermometer registering 105 on Sunday. Bain seemed to be threatening on Sunday night, but kept off until yesterday when a few Bhowers fell cooling the air, but not enough to be of any use to the crops. The crops in the district this year are rather dirty with wild oats, al though the farmers are striving their utmost to rid themselves of them. A grand combined school concert of the Clear Hills, Felton Wood and Overton schools is to be held in the Oakknds School of Arts, on 14th December, when the presentation of prizes will take place. A very good programme, consisting of Maypole displays by the Clear Hills and Felton Woods schools, songs, recita tions, dialogues, etc., is announced.

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District News. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 2 December 1905

District News. (Fj^m our own Correspondents.) tpet=il= of loe»! events will be gladly received twin bujj.-'-lulo contributors. Help us by keeping your district well in tlio publio eye, and you will be helping your ?elves, — Ed. C.C.]

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Religious Notices. SERVICES FOR DECEMBER, 1905. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 2 December 1905

Religious Notices. SERVICES FOB DECEMBEB, 1905. Chdboh op England, Wahototas. — Service every Sunday at Wahgunyah State School at' 11 a.m. ' A. J. E. HABEIS-ErVETT. CATHOLIC ChubCH.— Mass will be cele brated as follows during the Summer months : — First Sunday of month, Corowa, 8 a.m. ; Howlong, 11 a.m. Fifth Sunday, Corowa, 8 a.m. ; Lowesdale, 11 a.m. All other Sundays— Corowa, 8 and 10 a.m. HEY. P. HICKEV. COBOWA— HOWtONO PBE6BYTERIAK CHUBCH.— Services for December 3, 1905. Corowa; 11 a.m. and 7.30 pan. ; Howloug, 2.30 p.m.— Bev. A. McWatt-Allan. Howlong, 7.80 p.m'.-^Bov. H. S. Michio. December 10 — Corona 11 a.m. and 7.S0 p.m. (Communion.) Ret. a. McWatt-Allan. Methodist Chubch. — Sunday, Do cember 3. Corowa, 11 ajn. — Sir. E. Cooper. Brocliesby, 11 a.m. ; Balldale, 3 p.m.; Corowa, 7,30 p,m, Bev. G. B. Buck. COKGBEQATlOKAIi CHUBCH, Wahgun yah. — Services for December : Every Sun day 11 a.m., except last Sunday 7.30 p.m. Rev. T. H. James. CHUBCB OF CHBIBT, Edward-street, Corowa. —...

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P. [?] and H. Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 2 December 1905

'P. *H H - Notes. Mi\ ? i$ig?i!-ii, u supplier to the Molong iMt-ory, jecOivod £43 for milk during October. . About 8000 boxes of butter are going to London by the K.M.S. Orontes, and several hundred boxes go to South Africa on the Waipara. Several of the settlers recently burnt out in the Mount Ida district were to have been prosecuted by the Hay Pastures Protection Board for failing to destroy rabbits on their holdings, but in view of their losses by fire, the board has decided not to take action. The Eingwood Estate, consisting of 18,146 acres, was offered for sale in Melbourne last week by Messrs. Goldsbrough, Mort, and Co., Ltd. There was no bid, and the property was passed in for private sale. Hay Pastures Protection Board purposes asking, the Minister for Lands to supply sufficient netting to owners adjoining the boundaries of the district to complete the wire netting of their holdings, so as to keep off rabbits when the Lachlan river becomes dry. As an instance of ' big thin...

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Terrible Small Boy. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 2 December 1905

Terrible Small Boy. The other day a chemist was awakened About 1 o'olook in the morning by a boy clamouring at bis shop door. Opening his bedroom window, he saw a amall boy, who was iiesticulstiug wildlv. 'What's the matter?' inquired the chemist. 'I want a peou'ortb o' campbcrateJ chloroform for t* toothache,' hqwled the lad. 13ie chemist was not overjoyed when he found how email the order was for which he had been so rudely awakeued from bin slumber, but taking pity on tlie sufferer, he dressed himself and went downstairs to supply tbe much desired relief. While measuring the drug, he oouM not help doing a growl at the l»d. 'It's like your cheek,' he observed ?? to wake me up at tills time of night for a paltry pemiy*rortJi of chloroform. rr' 'Oh, is HP' said the boy resentfully, 'then I'll take my custom somewhere else. You can keep your chloroform. Iwou'tbave it now for your impudence.' And he didn't. He went off quite iadlg. nantly. nursing his jaw, to wake op another chemist. ...

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THE WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 2 December 1905

THE WATER SUPJ?I,Y. The question of a local water supply is now assuming practical shape. The contract prepared by the Government will be, it is hoped, shortly before the Council. An officer of the Department has, also, in conjunction with the Towu Clerk, gone into the financial aspect of the scheme. We understand that a rate of eighteen pence will leave a good margin above working expenses. There can be little doubt but that the scheme will be accept able. The local demand for what was the chief reason of the munici pality being brought into existence is too strong to prevent speedy sat isfaction. While the desirability of having a water - supply can be ac cepted as absolutely esseutial to the future progress of the town, the aldermen will require to exercise the greatest deliberation before adopting the contract prepared in its entirety. Experience in other centres has shown that Government schemes are blemished very often by an unwarranted extravagance. This is noticeable in the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 2 December 1905

HEADACHE CANNOT EXIST — When Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablet* nre taken. Their marvelous influence on the liver and bowels puts an end to it every lime. They follow Nature's own method, doing just what is needed. No other laxa tive ever made can compare with them for effectiveness. For sale by T, Parkin, Corona, -

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Telling Him the Truth. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 2 December 1905

Telling Him the Truth. ' I think Willie is learning to smoke,' said his mother. ' I wish you to speak to him about it.' ?' What shall I say to him f ' asked hit father. ' Why, tell him tlie troth, of course.' And so Willie was duly called up, and bis father put ou a severe look and said : ' Willie, I understand }*ou are learning to smoke. Now. before it goes any further. L want to tell you what the result may he. You may die iu a year, acd then again you may live to be a hundred years old.' 'Why, John,' expostulated the boy's ' You told me to tell him the truth,' returned the father, 'and there's hardly a week goes by that I don't hear of someone close to the century mark who has Mnoked ever since he was 1 4 years old, while people who never smoked at all die. in infancy with great frequency.' It is sometimes difficult to get& mnn who snmVes to look at the subject from the ritrlit point of view. — Chicago fail.

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TIMBER RESERVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 2 December 1905

TIMBER RESERVES. A question of more than local importance occupied the attention of the Savernake branch of the Farmers and Settlers' Association, as reported in our last issue. The branch decided by one vote to oppose the action of the Mulwala branch in advocating the throwing open of a forest reserve on Mulwala station. The arguments used in support of the action of the Mulwala branch were — That the land was not of an inferior nature, and — That closer settlement and wheatgrovr iug should be paramount over con servation of timber. The nature of the soilunder consideration does not, in a sense, affect the question. That this State lias been too' lax in the matter of timber conservation is becoming more and more recognised. The scarcity of good sound timber is daily becoming marked, and the reckless waste and destruction iu the past a matter of great regret. This must serve to cause a zealous care in the future, and the gravest consideration is necessary before any further sacrific...

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On the Fringe of the Crowd. "The Onlooker sees most of the Game." [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 2 December 1905

' -3n i the Fringe of the Crowd. [By ohmoker.] 'The Onlooker sees most of the Qttat.' All sorts of Mows turned ont yes ; tewkj' iinci lined the liver banks in the tiavly liourts of the morning. Of course they *ere in search of the seductive. bod, but from all accounts :' the cod wasn't taking any seducing. . Most of the di-eai'y-ered fishermen I ? struck during the day wore a ' \rish t-hadn't' look about them. Of course ikey wore something else as veil. When you asked them if they had any luck there was n, rumble like a fox-terrier with his teeth in the ' solar plexus ' of a rabbit. That's why t never get up too early myself . . — jt plays up so much with the tem per. I am sorry, too. It must be grand out in the early morning watching the ripple of the waters and the flashing of the sunbeams through the tree-tops. But it's self ish to only study yourself , so I forego these joys with a brave determination in order to posssss a sweet and ami able manner during the day. This severe di...

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A TOO CONTENTED PEOPLE! [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 2 December 1905

A TOO CONTENTED PEOPLE! ! It was given as a reason for lack of interest in the proceedings of the Farmers aud Settlers' Association that the people are too contented. It is a truism certainly that discon tent is the spur to progress, and, therefore, ihe apathy of afSueuce that prevails, if the reason stated is correct, is a matter for regret That the people should be contented under existing circumstances savors somewhat of those who ' live in a Fool's Paradise.1' To be contented with the intolerable taxation bur dening the producers, the reckless efforts to promote prosperity by socialistic devices against the teach ings of genuine democracy, the public corruption exposed in the land scandals, the dearth of popula tion, the laud-locking of the people's birthright, the crushing debts, and the makeshift nature of present day legislation, to be content with such conditions is, indeed, a strange paradox. Yet all the questions which are pressing the people for a satisfactory solution ar...

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A Mother of Twelve. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 2 December 1905

A Mother of Twelve. 'About (our years ago,' writes Mrs. E. E. Warneminde, North Pines (Q.) 'my little boy, then ahout 6ve jreeks Id, had a severe attack of diirrlima nn/{ though I was giving him the medicine prescribed he did not seem to get any letter. I had seen in the paper* that Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy had cured cgaes similar to his, so I thought I would give it ? trial. To my great relief he showed improve ment after the first dose, and itonly took a couple of doses to completely cure my infant. I am a motherof twelve children, and after my experience I can safely re commend it.' For sale by T. Parkin, Corowa.

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 2 December 1905

Local and General. The river was Oft. 9in. above summer level hist night. Woman's Sydney Lettee. — Onr usual weekly Woman's Letter will be found on the RHEUMATISM.— The quick relief from pain afforded by applying Chamberlain's Pain Balm is worth many times the cost. For sale by T. Parkin, Corowa. The Railways.— At the request of Mr. Holnian, deputy leader of the Labor Party, the Premier (Mr. Carruthers) has promised to appoint a Commission to enquire into tbc disagreement between the Chief Com missioner and his colleagues, and also the matter of western coal contract recently let. Fishing Season. — The fishing season opened on Friday, aud a good crowd of enthusiasts turned out in the early hours of the morniug. From all reports the results were very poor, the river being too high aud rather muddy. HOSPITAL BALL.— The ball arranged by Mr. H. Vickers hon. secretary, nt Coreeu, in aid of the Hospital funds, took place on Wednesday last and was very enjoyable. About 35 couples attended ...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 2 December 1905

LATEST TELEGRAMS. SrDNEr. JViday night A girl named Edith Cross suicided by jumping from the rocks at Coogee in a fit of despondency. It is stated that some further startling disclosures are likely to come before the Lands Commission. The Premier hopes to close the Session on Tuesday week, but has outlined half-a-dozen .measures necessary to be passed. The jury in the Dalley Divorce Case retired this forenoon, and are now considering their verdict. About two inches of rain has fallen. The fall was heavy on the catchment area. Mr. Nugent Bobertson, barrister, brought an assault case against the Bahnain Ferry Company, claiming £500. The case was heard to-day. The question of principle is involved. Melbourne, Friday night The House of Representatives has been sitting all night and all day con sidering the Union Label Clause. Several stonewalling speeches have been delivered, and it is expected the House will sit up till midnight on Saturday. The Victorian Legislative Assembly also sat ...

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Sydney Woman's Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 2 December 1905

Sydney Woman's Letter. [By'Matsa.] Sydueyitcs just now are uenrly falling over eacii other in their frantic efforts to say ' ]4o\v-do' to Lord and Lady Jersey. The Jersey mil- made liinnv friends during their tcrin of office here, and have been having a pleaumt time renewing acquaint ances. So there is much passing round of the festive bun. The Northcoto diune and ber Lord are in residence at Government House, but are not tailing part in any of the junketing. They prefer staying at home, so that Sydneyites will not have to divide their favors nud spend the pasting hour liow ing to two sets of 'hi^h beads.' The Northcotes remain in the background and all the handsliakiug and hurrahing is wafted ' Jciseyardh.' Miss Tittell Brune is still showing Sydney audicncch wluit slic cj.ii do. It was u dis appointed audience which nightly filled Her SlajCKty's tliuatru to wit]ie».-i the 'production of Jlercly Jlaiy AJin : il ivas ???* dreary un real performance, :;lid ili^s Hninc hertelf was iho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 2 December 1905

H. J. NORMAN and CO., TEA, COFFEE, AND COCOA MERCHANTS, Albury, HAVE much pleasure in informing tlie Public that the necessity no longer exists for sending to Melbourne or Sydney for a REALLY GOOD TEA. All our Tens aVe direct from Growers, bandied only by ourselves, and being EXPERT BLENDERS ,ve guarantee to please the most fastidious taste, and DEFY COMPETITION. WF Send for Trial Package of our Delicious Teas. 'K IN TINS: labs, 151bs, 201bs, 281bs. ,,?- IN CHESTS: 5Olbs, 801bs, lOOlbs. At Is, Is 3d, Is 6d, Is 9d, and 2s per Ib. . ' . . AND COMPAEE IT WITH ANY TO BE HAD IN THE COMMONWEALTH. Teas packed for the Trade. All Orders receive prompt attention. JJ^. NOTE THE ADDBESS :— . , H. J. Norman and Co., KIEWA-STREET, ALBURY. GEORGE W.FIGG INS, Bicycle Works, Sanger-street, Corowa. MACHINES built to order from £10 10s to £14 10s, with 12 months' guarantee, samples of which call be seen on the premises. All our Machines are carefully tested before delivery, nud the finish and staving ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 2 December 1905

W. L. Taylor * Co., (Walter L. Taylor, Geo. C. Morpbett) AUCTIONEERS, 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's Babbit Poisoner. The Australian Mutual Fire Insur ance Association of Austral Asia, Limited. Offices : SANGEE STREET, COROWA. CHEAP MONEY. We have £26,000 Trust Moneys to lend on Broad Acres in Bums to suit at 4%, 4J%, and 4J%, according to security. W. L. TAYLOR '& CO., Corowa. W. S. NORMAN & CO., AUCTIONEERS, WOOL BROKERS, CHAFF AND GEAD.' BUYERS. Sales o£ Skins, Hides, Tallow, etc., every Fourth Friday. NEXT WOOL SALE : Friday, 15th December. LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE. Townsend-street, Albury. JAS. COLQUHOUN. WHEAT BUYER and MACHINERY MERCHANT. [established 1886.] GROWING EVER SINCE. WHEAT BOUGHT AIL THE YEAB BOCKB. Delivery taken at any Railway Station. Prompt Cash Settlements. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 2 December 1905

/VL BLASBALK, Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician, Alburv. rjET any Sydney or Melbourne Jeweller's ^* Catalogue, pici out^vliat you want, end' to me, and I will send you exactly tho aunc article at the same price, free of all urpense to you, thus saving you freight and postage. i '.Send for my Illustrated Catalogue t-£ fewellery, Watches, and Silverware. . '; SENT FEEE. lere is a lovely 9ct. Gold Brooch, set with red stone, only 12s 6d. niMrjC IN ALL MANNER OP lYinVJO SETTINGS and in all sizes. Rings for Gentlemen. Rings for Ladies. Rings for Babies. Wedding Rings. Engagement Rings. Rings for Presents. King Size Card sent free on application. Gent's Silver Gifts. 1VE have an Exceptionally nice Assort ' * ment of Articles intended for Mens1 Use, suitable for Birthday, Xinas, or Com plimentary Gifts. Silver Shaving Strops. Silver Military Brushes. Silver-mounted Cigar Cases. Silver Flasks. Silver Shaving Brushes. Silver Shaving Mugs. Silver Match Boxes. Silver Cigarette Cases. Silver Ci...

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