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Bowling. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 December 1905

Bowling. The north-eastern district Bowl ing Association has been formed, comprising the following clubs : — Wangaratta, Benalla, Corowa, Euroa, Butherglen, Yarrawonga, and Beech worth. The Clubs will play for a champion pennant and shield — the latter nresented bv the President of the Association (Mr. C. C. Oke). The'pennattt is to be flown for one year only after being won, and to be held by the winning club as a record win. The following is a list of the Corowa Club's fixtures : — Cth or 9th December, 1905. Bcechworth v. Corowa at Bcoch worth. 13th or 16th December, 1905. Yarrawonga v. Corowa at Bcnnlla. 10th or 13th January, 19d6. ' ? Corowa v. Benalla at Corowa 24th or 27th January, 1900. Corowa v. Euroa at Corowa. 31st January or 3rd February, 190G. Wangaratta v. Corona at Wangaratta— 7th or 10th Fcbrunry, 1900. Corowa v. Ruthorglon at Corowa. In consoquenco of tho secretary not hnv ing received sufficient notice, the first match against Beechworth cannot be arranged, but will...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Bowel Complaint in Children. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 December 1905

Bowel Complaint in Children. During the rammer months children are subject to disorders of the bowels, and 6hould receive the most careful attention. As 6oon as any looseness of the Dowels is noticed, Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhcea Remedy should be given. Get a bottle to-day ; it may save a life. For sale by T. Parkin, Corowa.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Fish Facts, and Fancies. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 December 1905

Fish Facts, and Fancies. fBv Si- vis Bait,] In the Wagga papers a brilliant correspondent suggests that the river should be closed in sections. A great idea ! While the Wagga people could enjoy a little fishing, others a few miles out could not do so unless they drove to the point where the waters were open. Judging from the illegal fishing that goes on in the Murray in close season, paid inspectors patrolling the stream will be the only remedy in time to come. Mr. Jack Want's death creates a vacancy on the Fisheries' Board. Chairman Earnell recommends that Mr. Campbell, M.L.C., he appointed to the position. The local Anglers' Club objects to any more city men on the Board, aud the Secretary was instructed to wire Mr. E. T. Ball asking that Mr. F. C. Piggin be nominated, as it was felt that the Inland Fisheries are important enough to warrant one member on the Board having a knowledge of their needs. * * * From reports about the town it appears that shortage of bait on Saturday nigh...

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The Dalley Divorce Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 December 1905

The Dalley Divorce Case. Tlio, Dalley Divorce Case was con cluded cm Friday. William Bede Dalley auksd for a dissolution of his marriage with Ianthe Pauline Lam monerie Dalley, formerly Fattorini, on the ground of her misconduct with John Bede Dalley, who was joined as co-respondent. Misconduct between respondent and corespond ent was alleged to have taken nlace at Sydney and elsewhere in New South Wales and in Italy, and the allegation was made by the respond ent of misconduct between the peti tioner and a woman or women in Eneland and on the Continent, and with Kitty Cowell in England, France, Norway, and elsewhere. The jury retired at 20 minutes to . 12 o'clock to consider their verdict. After being locked up for six hours they were brought into court. The foreman stated that they were not then in a position to give a majority verdict upon all the issues. Three hours later no decision hod been arrived at. The jury were again brought into court at half-past 11, but, after 12 hours...

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UNLOCK THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 December 1905

UNLOCK THE LAND. v ?.';-.« of the Closer Settle i:ieiv. .jtsague was held ip the Sohool of Ai ts on Friday nuj'it last, when the Mayor (Aid.'?. Parkin, -.w.-1 the chair. Thuro were also prf se::t : Messrs. C. Lewis, T. Kendall, Jensen, B.King, J.ChiveU, P.K.Sitehie, J. B. Cooper, J. A. Camplin, Gillies, E. P. Gardner, J. Salmon, and the Hon. Secretary, Mr. F. A. Currie. The Mayor, in opening the busi ness of the evening, said if they de sired to keep the movement going they must put their hands in their pookete and their brains to work to do all they could. Corowa had the credit of being the first in closer settlement. On his suggestion a vote of thanks was pasBed to Messrs. E. T. Ball, Latimer, Arthur, Thomas, M.L.A's, and MesBrs. Campbell and Crow ou the motion of Messrs. Gardner ' and Currie, who pointed out the great assistance these gen tlemen hod been to the deputation. Special mention was made of Mr. Ball's effort. Aid. Gardner reported the visit of the deputation to Sydney. ...

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The Paris Newsboy. Some of His Characteristics. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 December 1905

The Park Newsboy. Some of Bl- OuursctcriiUu. Strictly speaking, he U not a newsboy, but a newa youth or newsman. The authorities Is Paris do not approve of the street drab hi a business capacity,' and In consequence the streets are not filled with that aggreselv* pest. Ab be is debarred from that means of maJMiE a livelihood, he has to seek ethers, and the result ts not always to In* advantage of the community. most Londoners know Whltetriars-street and the motley crowd that collects therein between 2 and 5 p.m. Imagine, If you please, a street about half the length, witb the publishing offices ot a dozen evening papers, and you will have an Idea of the confusion that prevails in the Parisian Press district every afternoon. From 10 until 1 p.m. three policemen are sufficient to keep order ; from 1 till pall-part 6, alx are stationed there. Passage through the street Is almost impossible ; a dense crowd blocks up (he narrow footways, and the whole of tbe road. Every one talks at the ...

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SCARCITY OF LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 December 1905

SCARCITY OF LAND. The local agitation has focussed public attention ou the question of the resumption of land. '] In one case, however, it is an attention hardly to the benefit of the district. The following article in the ?' Aus tralasian ' calls for notice : — / Though good wheat land may not be as plentifully.obtaiuable in New South Wales as many people would like to see it, yet the mother Bute appears to have larger areas available for purchase ttyin. either . Victoria or South Australia. The statefEBnt'peenis paradoxical, in the light of the assertions made by a deputation of Corowa farmers which waited upon the Minister for Lands last week, when the deplorable fact, was dis closed that about CO or.70men,pi-stieswd on the average of nearly £700 each, and anxious to purchase arable land, could not secure an acre between them. . . . There are many other districts where farmers are in the same parlous state, unable to secure land to till ; but, on the other hand, the_rc yet remain...

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P. A. and H. Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 December 1905

?- 'P.~At and H. Notes. ... tEhfe'reports of ttoe xrtil her. finer- ally during the past week recoiO a continuance of .boisterous winds, ac : compa.niedby:showers.- The lateness of the wheat crops is in their favor, because ripe grain would not do well unth the Ligh winds. . . . . At the Eipponburst Station 3in. of rain was registered in 21 hours on ' Sunday last. 'Throughout the Ham ilton district .there' waB heavy mor tality among stock. At Hoyne Falls Station, where 259 points were registered, 1500 sheep, all machine shorn, have perished. On Saturday morning BOO sheep were shorn, and on' ''Sunday morning only 10 were alive. Grape vines need frequent atten tion in thinning the shoots, topping them, and tying them to their sup ports. Caterpillars will be making ' their appearance directly and spraying with Paris green should be resorted to : lib. of the above to 200 gallons of water is the usual remedy, and if 61b. of fresh lime be .added no injury - will be done to the foliage. Oi...

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Short Story. A Christmas Revenge. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 December 1905

Short Story. A Christmas Revenge. By CHRIS. DAHL. (Written for the ' Evening Observer.') It was a roosting hot day. The faint breeze thnt had sprung up was heated by the raging busli lives till it f.'lf like Hie blast from n furnace. The trjl, lank gums turned tlielr leaves tslnutwoys lo the sun. nnd aulvcred when the current of moving air struck them. The station homcsicad looked dim and uilsty even from a short distance oft, and the tl-treos at the edge of the lagoon stood like bo uianj- grim skele tons. As for the lagoon, K was naught but mud save for a i-ateh of dirty water near the centre. Two or three dead bullocks— begged in the mud and un able to pxtriiate themselves from weak ness— told eloquently of a drought, while a flock of imirots drnuk eagerly of tlie muddy water ns though they could never stop. Away in the distance a young fellow was walking slowly from the station. a. quart-pot was In ills hand, a '.'b;ucy,' neatly rolled in a fnsliiou thai bespoke the bushman, slun...

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THE FISHERIES BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 December 1905

THE FISHERIES BOARD. The death of Mr. J. H. Want creates a vacancy on the Fisheries Board, and we understand that Mr. F. C. Piggin, of this town, has been nominated by the local Club to fill that position. It has been apparent to those taking an interest in the workings of the Board that there has be^n a -want ol efficient repre sentation as far as the Inland Fisheries are concerned. This has necessarily caused dissatisfaction in ?^country circles, and the acceptance of Mr. Piggiu's nomination would give iucreased confidence to iuland anglers and those who appreciate the importance of the proper pre servation and development of the country fisheries. That gentleman is a practical man, .with the time and enthusiasm available to fulfil such an office with material advan tage to the State. That the incul cation of new blood is advisable is proved in the fact that the fishing season is now open, and the Board has not carried out an alteration in the minimum legal weight decided on month...

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CRICKET NOTELETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 December 1905

CRICKET /NOT.ELETS. [By H.e!mabks]. .'. Last Saturday's match showed a vast improvement on the form pre viously exhibited by the home* team — not that they won, for several victories fell to their share early in the season, but that they earned this last by playing ' cricket.' '' The improvement was most noti ceable where most needed, vie., in the field — quick and dashing in com parison to their past sluggish and uncertain efforts, or more aptly at tempts, aud poor at that, .for the previous lack of energy negatives the former word. They still have- much to learn in the matter of baoking-up and quiok returns, especially two members who shall be namelesB. The habit must be acquired of in tently and intelligently -watohing every ball of a match', and by prompt support making the batsman cautious, aud giving each man that / con6dence which breeds brilliancy, saves runs, and wins matches; more often than reliance on the runs ex pected off the bat. ?; The catching on Saturday was distin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 December 1905

fK N. E L I fl S. mi: «k brapery, Clothing, Boots and Shoes. JR ^ Sang^r-Str^t, Corowa. ^gfeS^HL NEW SEASON'S GOODS Just Opened in vHk^k Millinerj', Dresses and Blouse Pieces. ^^^^Bfa^^ A large Stock to Choose From. Prices are the Lowest. ^^^^^ Every Attention to Customers Wants, whether by Calling COLUMBIA BRAND. or Writing. ^P^tSesKp/i^ A Beautiful Lodlsc' ot Gentleman'* Watch and Chain, *fl lii(PZ^S.\ ftmL Given Atwolutalr Free, to all who will ??«i«t ui In mtroduc ^^Stn^^^W^ ta^ySf^'.iSSSuf^' 'Gent'«0Wal5j'h1'and''chaJni.t Any '*'E*i£S*^ this service one of the handvoaest Free Prizes ever offered by any resDOnjibleHoase. Send at once, before others gel in \hc field ahead of you. Renietnber, we givebcth Walch and Cbiiu-Udlea1 or Ccnt.'s-for ncllinl only m packages at Cd. ach. No money required. We take all Plaks CoeA, retom«We If not sold. Thit is a b:i.iin.-.t propotillou by a houKnlhighcommeracl slnudmg. Reference— Any Trades' Protec- | i.on Society. ? HOBie SPBCIAI.TY CO.. Oep...

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BUILDING SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 December 1905

BUILDING SOCIETIES. What is the matter with a build ing society in Corowa? There is no more admirable method of co operation. To-day there is not a town of importance in the State where scores of happy homes do not owe their origin to these organisa tions. The opportunity is afforded to. tradesmen and workers to secure their own homes by the expendi ture of little more than they pay away in rent under ordinary condi tions. This is a desirable end. Men who are installed on their ' own little plot ' in the majority of cases take a keener interest in their civic responsibilities, and that keener interest means progress for the town. There is no difficulty in obtaining complete information as to the internal workings of these societies, and a few of our citizens who care to take the matter up will be doing good work for themselves and the town.

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SCHOOL MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 December 1905

SCHOOL MATCH. The Warmatta schoolboys jour neyed to Savernake yesterday to try conclusions with the local boys. ?Warmatta winning the toss, elected to bat, and remained at the wickets for upwards of an hour-and-a^half, the score assuming the very respec table total of 164. The Savernake boys responded with 40, and on be ing sent again to the wioksts «e» dismissed for 19 runs, the Warmat* taites thus winning by an innings and 105 runs. Smith, (91 not out), 0 Dywer, J. Gorman, and N. Gor man batted best for the winners^ whilst E. Gorman made the best show for the losers. The bowling honors for Warmatta were divided between Smith and O'Dwyer, whilst £. Gorman manipulated the leather in creditable style for Savernake. The Warinatta boye are' proud of their achievement, but th'dy have acquired a skill through constant practice which makes them hard to beat. There is talk of a return match next Saturday, The scores are as follows i— WABMATTA. 6OHO0L. . Smith, retired ... .:. ali gf O'Dwye...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 December 1905

Local and General. THE river was 8ft. 8in. above summer level hist night. UNLOCK THE LAND.— In another col umn Mr. . Cuxric, Secretary of the Closer Settlement League, asks all those wanting land to register ttieir wanes at his office. GOLD MEDAL.— The Mayor (Aid. Parkin) who recently presented a gold medal to the Bifle Club, has had same suitably engraved, now that the winners name is available. It is a very handsome gold medal, and will be presented to Mr. A. Ritchie, the winner, next Monday night. Battist ChubchatGooubabgona. — 111 another column tenders are iuvited for the erection of a brick Baptist Church at Goombargona. Plans and specifications may be neon at Messrs. Piggiu and Co's. Office Sanger street, or at Mr. Fred. Howard's residence Carnsdale. Tenders close on the 23rd December. RHECMATISM.— Tho quick relief from pain afforded by applying Chamberlains' Pain Balm is worth many times the cost For sale by T. Parkin, Corowa. ? LIVE STOCK INSDBAKCB. — Messrs A. A. Piggin &a...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 December 1905

Cricket. The Rutherglen and Corowa teams are now on an equal footing, the local team winning on Saturday by two wickets and 14 runs. It was a very good matcb, and the ' con queror ' should prove a good go. Mr. W. Mclnnes, a new player here, was a source of strength to Corowa, putting up 30 not out and also get ting three wickets for one run. Fol lowing are the scores : — - . nUTHEBOLEN. Btrong, o and b Hay ... ... 13 Money, run our ... ... ... 3 Mason, cA. Baylies, b Jackson ... 0 Cottinghain, b H. Bayliss ... ... 29 Aroott, cT. Henderson, b Hay ... 0 Frew, run out ... ... ... IB Blowers, b W. Mclnnes ... ... 11 Hicks, bJockaon, bH. Bayliss ... 0 Clifford, o H Bayliss. b W. Mclnnes ... 1 Woodman, b W. Mclnnes ... ? ... 0 Johnson, not out ... ... ... 1 Sundries ... ... ... 1 Total ? 76 Bowling Analysis. T. Bayliss, 0 wiokete tot 23. A. Jackson, 1 wicket for 5. H. Hay, 2 wickets for 22, A.. Layliis, 0 wickets lor 9. W. Molnnee, 8 wickete for 1. H. Bayliss, 3 wickets for 9. Dr. Lang, O...

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Marriage a la Mode. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 December 1905

Marriage * la Jtode. roitumm and BecepUsr ' 'Ere'e a fine Sunday to gn married on, ain't it, now, Missis Jarwu 7' 'Ar. Os fust ? Wy, bless me if It uln't Soilly Flannlgm an' 'er Joe.' 'So it to ; g*v* 'em a good reception, on'y don't crush me agin the ratlin*. Oonay, ang-kore.' 'Sally's got a purple weoMln' drest, trimmed wlv yaller lace. Ain't she ? torf ? Im'X Sal, luck, me gal. Ooray.'i ? -laait tmeer veivw bodice oorst art a qu!U, let a)one the booty o' Sabot wot sbe'e carryln'. Good look, SaHy.' ' Houp la, 'ere's *BSa EJmpeon an1 'er bloke comln' o' tup o' the tram. Good old 'Itta— wot nu8Sed me when I 'ad the brownkytus— hoop la !' ' Ain't she a regder little daisy, wly 'er green feather tan' pink silk 'anky cher ?' :? ' Ar. The werry model o' me when I were 'er age. Forty yeer ago, feijt weer. Ar— you oitft got oech & thine as — ' ' Yus. 'Ere'e the bottle, if I can get it aiht In the crabd ; leave as a drain, old gal.' ' Bdtc. Ooruy .' 'Ere'e Meggy Braiin, nali. Wot !...

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Police Court. MONDAY, 4TH DECEMBER. (Before Mr. M. Longfield, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 December 1905

Police Court. Monday, 4th December. (Before Mr. M. Longfield, J.P.) William Jenlrin, charged with in decent language was fined £2, or 14 days fiaol. ? No woman can be plain who han beauti ful teeth made by U. N. BULL, next P.O., Corowa.'

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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 December 1905

Sporting Notes. Baciko Fixtures. Jerilderie Jockey Club, December 26. Wodonga Turf Club (annual meeting), December 2G and 27. Butherglen B.C. December 2G. Overtoil B.C. January 1. Beeehworth— January 1, Jindera— January 1, Chilteru — January 1 and 2. Tallangatta— January 1. Hanging Bock — January 1. Beualk — January 29. Birida's victory at Warwick Farm on Saturday has brought her into some pro minehec for the Villiers Stakes, and iu addition to being taken in doubles she is now second favorite for the mile race, at 12 to 1. Royal Arthur, who is a couple of points shorter, occupies the premier position in tbe quotations. Birida is a sister to Emir. f: * * So tar as the present season has gone, IiOchiel heads the list of winning sires. The stock bj-the son of Prince Charlie have won £9384. Bellis, Marvel Loch, Tartan, and Boot Free were the principal contributors to this fine total. Wallace is second on the liet with £5877, and True Blue is third with £5295. & * * Dividend, wh...

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The Sketcher. An Illusion. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 6 December 1905

The Sketcfacr. i ' An Illusion. *' i' Yon are eo clever,' Bald Mlsf Fcathersfone. I felt that I should get on with tbli; girl. It is so pleasant to talk to anj one with common sense. She had onlj known uie about ten minutes, too. Then ore some peoplo who hnve known dm for twenty years, and have never found out— but there, I could sec she had in telligence above the average. ? ? 1 Yon write, of course?' t»ue con tiuued. ' ?Oh, a little,' said I. (I do, you know; , I learned quite young.) I ' I knew you were a poet. The beautl- I ful conceptions of the brain are always mirrored in the eyes.' I felt we were progressing a Uttlo speedily. She was rather a handsome girl, though. 'It is but the resection of your own image, Miss i'eatheratone,' I eald. ; 'That is merely a compliment, Mr. Fraser. Vou know it is nbt so. The constant observation of beauty must leave an impression on the eyes. And jet how little do even the best of us see of the beauties of Nature !' Miss Featberstone accompani...

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