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Commercial. LOCAL RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 9 December 1905

Commercial. ?LOCAL RETAIL PRICES. Butter (factory) Is Id to Is 2d. Butter, (dairy), 8d to lOd. Cheese, 9d to lOd. Eggs 9d to lOd. Bacon, 9d to lOd. Ham,9dtol0d. Currants, 5|d to CJ. Raisins, 5d to 6d. Onions, (per. cwt), 9s. Potatoes, 12s. to 15s. Oats, 2s 63 to 2s 9d. Fowl feed, 3s. Bran, Is Id to Is 2d. Pollard, Is 6d to 1b 7d. Flour, 16s to 17s. Chaff, £3.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Sydney Woman's Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 9 December 1905

Sydney Woman's Letter. [By Matsa.] The Jersey pair are dutifully doing tbo rounds during their visit to Sydney. It must be rather trying to have to wade through tho list of dull ceremonies which hang to the positions cl lugh degree. I fancy it would break the mouotouy if their exes, wcro invited to open a jammed door or to mix up mortur and really li&ive a foundation stone into position. I for one would rather enjoy Feeing a leal live governor iu hob-naifed boots and corduroy breeches and a blue shirt and a handorchief kuottcd round bis viceregal throat, also of course au eldorlv hat of no particular color or shape. This would, 1 bcievc, make n uice interesting break in their world of boredom. Prince Alfred Hospital Committee swooped down ou the visiting Exes, for a foundation stone laying business. This ttone laying was a bit more interesting than the usual aCair, as it, mis a Masonic ceremony uud aJJ the Masons of high and low degree assembled to bow and chant :md clap lmi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 9 December 1905

H. J. NORMAN and CO., TEA, COFFEE, AND COCOA MERCHANTS, Albury, HAVE much pleasure in . informing the Public that the necessity no longer exists for sending to Melbourne or Sydney for a REALLY OOOD TEA. All our Tent are direct from Growers, bandied only by ourselves, and being EXPER^BLENDERS we guarantee to please the most fastidious taste, and JJE££^OMPETITION. W' ? Send for Trial Package of our Delicious Teas. ~W in tins: i2ibs, lsibs, 2oibs, 28ibs. in chests: soibs, soibs, looibs. At Is, Is 3d, Is 6d, Is 9d, and 2s per 1b. AND COMPARE IT WITH ANY TO BE HAD IN THE COMMONWEALTH. Teas packed for the Trade. AH Orders receive prompt attention. U^=» NOTE THE ADDRESS :— . 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 cau bo wen on the premises. All our Machines are carefully tested before dclivorv, nnd the finish nnd staying power is of th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 9 December 1905

THE STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS, and NEWS AGENCY, COROWA. J. W. Taylor, BASKETWARE, For— TOYS, NICK NACS, ORNAMENTS, Prize Boots, . Papetries, Periodicals, Writing Blocks, Magatincs, Envelopes, , DaflY & Weekly Papers, Fancy & Plain Note Papers. Furniture t Cash or Time Payment at Meffeoorae prices. OBDBES BY LETTER OB OTHERWISE PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO J. B. HILTON, TDJBUITH, PLUMBER,TANKMAKEH,ET0., Dean-street, Albury. Agent for Ken Home Sawing MaohinoB— ? . The King of All. Sewing Machines Repaired. Catalogues and Prioe List on application. All inquiries promptly attended to by letter. THOMAS FARRELL, Horse-shoer (Late of Collendina Road), Has oommenced business in Banger-street, Corowa, in promises opposite the Bank of Australasia. Workmanship guaranteed. Horseshoeing a specialty. Shoeing work of all kinda dono axpeditiously and at reason able cost. General repair work done. A trial solicited. NOTE THE ADDRESS :. Sanger-street, Corowa.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 9 December 1905

A Mother of Twelve. 'About four years ago,' writes Mis. U. E. Wurnemiiide, NorUi Pines (Q.), 'my little hoy, then about five weeks old, had a severe attack of diarrhoea, and though I was giving him the medicine prescribed be did not secui to get any better. I had seen iu the papers that Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and THar rbica Remedy had cured cases similar to his, so I thought I would give it a trial. To my great relief he showed improve ment after the first dose, audit only took a couple of doses to completely cure my iufaut. lam a mother/of twelve children, and after my experience I can safely re commend it.' For sale by T. Parkin, Corowa. Printed and Published by ALBERT JOHN ESAU, Sole Proprietor, at his Machine Printing Office, Sangor-Stroot, Corowa, in the State of New South Wales.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 9 December 1905

GEORGE MALOUF & COMPANY, The Busy Drapers, Olive=street, Albury. SENSATIONAL SUMMER SALE commences on SATURDAY, November J8tt. Alaming Redactions in all Departments. Residents of Corowa and District should carefolly pemse the Price List and forward order with remittance at once, and secore tne Pick of tne Stock OoloteaOashmeres 1/4} „ 10i Walking Skirts 7/11 5/6 Ladies' White ... 64in wide ... 1/3 yard 9a Mens1 Blue Dun- Hens' Torai Hats Mens1 Underpants 1/9 .pair 1/- Laco Curtains, 1/6 Pair. IataiesCoVa Pretty Nigut Dresses ... 2/11 1/11 Pique Skirts ... 6/11- 4/6 Mens' Tweed ... ' garees 2/G ' i/q 1 t ' 1 .1 nn 0/11 Mous1 Imco Boots 7/G „ 6/G Mods' Tweed Trousers made to meas ,?,„?— ... mi i/« -ta.bb.u~. ... mi .,.1 P^wiiwh. w «a iw. .... 4,n ?«1wi;»- s! iS.: « Z BisS-T Z' '';' M..°.BK:£s».s1«i»te./. ; Nate the Address, and don't forget the Sale = THE BUSY DRAPERY, OliVC-StrCet, AlbUry.

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MELBOURNE Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 9 December 1905

Melbouhne Friday night. When the competitors for the Aus tral wheel race were training at the Exhibition Ground to-day, Horder and Dobble, two riders, fell. The former was admitted to the Mel bourne Hospital, suffering from serious injuries to the body and head. The House of Representatives sat till 4.30 this morning discussing the Contract Immigrants Bill, which was ultimately passed. The House met again at 10.30 a.m. The Encourage ment to Manufacturer's Bill, which was under discussion, was read the first time. Albert Patterson and George Douglas, who broke out of the South Melbourne lockup on Sunday night, was arrested at Eilmore yesterday. They were placed in the lockup in separate cells. At midnight Senior constable O'Brien, on viBiting the coll, fouud in the corridors. He drew a revolver, and- succeeded hire arresting them. They were sent to Melbourne under escort this morning. An examination showed that they hod manipulated the bolt of the cell doors with a bootlace. A boy na...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 9 December 1905

LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Friday night. In the Legislative Assembly to-day the Premier (Mr.-Carruthers) moved resolutions similar to those, adopted in the Legislative Council relating to the treatment of the State by the Federal Government. The Labor members, by their interjections of dissent, opposed the motion. Douglas Waddell, the bankrupt squatter, who is at present lying in Darlinehurst for contempt .of court, pleaded for release. As he still de clined to give the information re quired by the Court the application was refused.

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A Remarkable Coincidence. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 9 December 1905

\ [tvuiiirkttblR Ciiiicidcut'e. ing the ballroom I took from the attendant In tho cloakroom a silk hat, which next morning 1 discovered was not my own. Glas gow has, I have no doubt, at least ajiun drcd bat shops. Without selecting any one In particular I entered one by chance as it While in process of having myself fitted with a new hat, a gen'.lcraan came in, and, addressing one of the salesmen, be said :— ' I took the wrong hat fro™ a ballroom last night, and 1 must bave a cew one.' I crossed the chop to Mm, Eaying, ' Excuse me. Is ih!s your ho! ?' 'Of course it is,' Eald he. ' Is this yours, pray ?' It was, and thereupon we exchanged hats end civilities, snH : ' Oood morning,' to the open-mouthed and disappointed sales man, and departed. A gentleman vouches lot the truth of this story of coincidence : — Many years oko, while paying a visit lo Glasgow, I went to a ban there. On leav Mrs. Murphy : ' Now, which wan of y.,uro byes nun that ball t'ro' aie basement windy V The Pitcher...

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LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. [BY WIRE.] MELBOURNE, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 9 December 1905

LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS. [By Wise.] Melbourne, Friday night. The wheat market is firmer. There are many inquiries at 3s 4td to 3s sd ; good stocks in town, but only small local shipments buying for early delivery at 3s 4d, aud January 3s 3d to 3s 3jd. Oats dull; fair sample new Algerian from Nhill is nld to 2s, heavy feed is iojd to is lid, light is Q.d to is lod, new is o,d, Tartarian 2s lod to 3s. Flour — export quiet £7 5s, baker's lots £1 iosto /7 15s. Bran logd ; pollard quiet is ; chaff, de mand steady, good prime wheaten 67/6 to 70/-, prime oaten 67/6, good 60/- to 62/6, medium 50/- to 53/6. Potatoes steady. Onions quiet, 4s to 6s cwt. Sydney, Friday night Old wheat quoted at 3s 8Jd ; new 3s 3d to 39 4-3, Oats as sd to as 6d ; chaff £% 159 to £4 2S 6d.

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The Sketcher. The Straight Rider. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 9 December 1905

The Sketcher. j ,. The Straight J Rider. . j ' My dear Mattel, t)ow pale you luoid It Is this hot room. I am wire Lor$ Saint 6Inn.es will not mind taking you lor a little tura in the garden-between! the dances,' , - I My Lord (Saint ISlnne»-or Billy Slnnee! as he is usually, called by. bis frleade-i shuffled In Ills Ihlgh collar. It Is A reJ luaitoWe collar, nearly related to a cuff, and It keeps (Lord Saint Klnnes In re-] mcinbnance of 'his chin. If It were not that tills plain young nobleman were essentially a gentleman, one might' easily mistake him lor a groom. More over, like other persons of equine tastes, he has t'lie pleasuut fancy of affecting a tight and hoiay 'cut' In clothes nevei intended for tlie saddle. ' [ The girl, addressed by her somewhat oveiuiowerlng mother as Qlaiel, takes tho proffered ami 'nith a murmured ac quiescence and a quivering Un. She la lialer Uiau lietore. Over 'his stiff collar Lord Saint Slnnea looks down at her — with eomethlug of tiie deep Intui...

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MELBOURNE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 9 December 1905

MELBOURNE MARKET. Wheat, inactive, 3s 6jd for prime, fair to good 8b 4Jd to 8a 6S, inferior 3s 3d to Ss 4d. Oats inactive, feed sorts Is 9Jd to Is . Hid, milling 2b. Barley, quiet, feed English Ss lOd to 8s, Cape 2s lOd to 8s for feed. Bran, quiet at llR Pollard Is 3d. Onions, quiet, prime How samples £6 to £0, medium from £4. Potatoes, quiet, good redsoil £5 15s to jf 0 10s, prime to £7, medium and off lota down to £4, . new £10 to .£11 10s. ; chaff quiet, prime 65s to 07s Od ; corn sacks 7s l^d ; branbagB 5s Gd to 5s 93.

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A Story From South Africa. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 9 December 1905

A Story From South Africa. The following true story (writes a corre spondent ot ' Chums') was tola to me by a friend of mine. In the year 1896 he was down at the river loading un sand nn a »«t-r drawn by six oxen. He bad big nephew with him who was 9 years of age. Hairing loaded the cart he placed his nephew on top ; but ' while they were going along the youngster fell off, rolling between the body of the cart and the wheel, and went round with the wheel to the ground. The v--eel was about to p*9s over the hoy, when the unele, seeing that it was too late to try tc pull htm away, at once caught hold of the nave of the wheel and lifted the cart bodily. The wheel juat made a faint %cratch across the lad's cheekbone and temple. The little tellow fainted, but afterwards recovered, to the Joy of his uncle, who thought he was dead. The uncle was ill for a fortnight afterwards from the severe strain he had received. This is not to be wondered, as the cart had about 2000 pounds' weight on. ....

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CABLES. LONDON, Thursday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 9 December 1905

CABLES. (Reuters.) LONDON, Thursday afternoon. The assassin of General Sakharoff, the ex-Miuister for war, declares that ho was obeying the instructions of the Revolutionary Committee, to revenge the ex-Minister's cruel treatment of the peasants. James Ward has been sentenced to nine months imprisonment for writing and publishing seditious cir culars with a view to preventing the Irish from enlisting in the army. One thousand Chinese students .at the Tokio University, resenting the efforts of the Pekin Government to induce Japan tbregulatetheir freedom of speech and meeting, threaten to return to China. Some of the lead ing Professors at the University have resigned because the Govern ment dismissed one Professor for dissenting from the peace terms. Count Oyanm had a triumphant entry to Tokio. He received an im mense reception. The London ' Daity News ' says that it will be a source of profound regret if Sir H. Campbell-Bannerman accepts a peerage. It would be an initial blow to any...

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he "Sudd" in the Nile. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 9 December 1905

? 0 Tbe 'sudd' in tbe Nile. : For the first time in fifteen years steam ers manned by Europeans have penetrated the interior of the Soudan, for so Ions clocsd by the Mahdlsts. In the meantime the strange water weod called 'sudd' nae increased at Us will, undlBturbed by pass Ing boats. Some -3lEtar.ce above Fashoda the «u44 makes tbe river Impassable, and It so re- : mains for hundreds of miles along the Bahr-el-Ghazel and Bahr-el-Jebel, which unite to form the White Nile. Sometimes the wwd is, rooted la the bed ot Che river ; sometimes it floats in patches upon the sur face. The only way to gel through II Is to cut a passage from below with billhooks and push the patchoB down stream. The sudd is no now thing. When Nero sent envoys up the Nile they were plagued by It Oust Pasba wltji 600 soldiers vm caught Ik It Iu 1880, and It took him three months to get out by tho aid of an Egyp- , tian party that cut away the weedi from ' below. t

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Religious Notices. SERVICES FOR DECEMBER, 1905. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 9 December 1905

Religious Notices. Services fob December, 1905. CHUBCH OP BNGLAMD.— Divine Services will (D.V.) be held as follows: December 10, Mulwala, 11 a.m., Corowa, 7. SO p.m. W. CLABKE HOSE, Archdeacon. Chubch of England, V'AHdUNYAH, —Service every Sunday at Wabgunyah. State School at 11 a.m. A . J. E . HAEBIB-EIVETT. Catholic Chubch.— Mass will be cele brated as follows during tho summer, months : — First Sunday of month, Corowa 8 a.m. ; Howlong, 11 a.m. Filth Sunday, Corowa, 8 a.m.; Lowesdale, 11 a.m. All other Sundays — Corowa, 8 and 10 a.m. Nov. 28— Mr. Byrne's (Hopefield), 9 a.m. eev. p. hickey. Cobowa— Howlong Presbvtebian CHUBCH.— Divine Services will be held as follows : — December 10— Corowa;,ll a.m., (communion) and 7.30 p.m. ; HopoGeld Mr. G. H. Willis') 3 p.m., Bev. A. McWatt-AUan. Howlong, 11.30 a.m. ; Balldale (Mr. T. Wilson's) 7p.m.— Rov. H. S. Michie. REV. A. JUCWATIrApAKT Methodibt Chubch. — Sunday/ Dsi eember 10. Oorowa, 11 a.m., and 7,30 p.m. Bev. O. B. Black. CONGBEGATION...

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ALBURY STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 9 December 1905

ALBURY STOCK MARKET. WALLDEB & Co. report holding their usual fortnightly market at Albury Yards on Tuesday last, when a good yarding of both fat sheep and cattle, and a large yarding of store sheep came -to hand, to a good attend ance of buyers. . We report a slight advance on all classes of stock since last market. FAT SHEEP.— Best crossbred wethers, crime and heavy 14s Gd to ISs Gd, lighter Lla, lls 9d to 13s ; ewes 11s Gd to 12s 6d ; best merino wethers 12s 9d to 13s 9d, a few to 14s 6d, lighter 10s 6d to lls, lls 9d to 12s, inferior 7s 6d to 9s Sd ; best merino ewes 10s to HteOd, inferior and old Ss 6d. Fat LAMBS.— Extra prime and heavy 13i to 14s 6d, good lambs 10s 6d, lls to 12s, small 7s 6d to 9s. TOEE SHEEP. — A large yarding came to hand, and the market fairly active ; x-bred ewee lls to 12s 6d ; merino wethers 10s 6d, lls to 12s 9d ; merino ewes lls to lls 9d and' 12s Sd ; x-bred lambs, (in wool) to 9s ; merino weaners, mixed sexes 6s 4d, 7s 6d, 8b 6d to 9s ; meri...

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C ROWA FORTNIGHTLY MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 9 December 1905

0 BOWAFOUTNIGH.LT MVBKET A A Pigoih & Co, report holding the-r ordinary fortnightly market sale on Thurs day, 7th ipst., when a good yarding of sheep and cattle was submitted. Owing to most of the' farmere being busy harvesting, the attendance of buyers was not up to the average, and biddingsat auction were some what dull. We sold 600 6 and 8-tooth z-bred ewes at ISs 3d ; 600 aged x-bred ewes at 12b ; 60 fat merino wethers 12u ; fat lambs 9s 7d ; 100 merino ewes, mixed ages, 12s 6d. Cattle occasioned fair com petition, with tho following results : — Fat cows Si Ss to £5 10s ; fat heifers £3 5s ; fat steers £4 10a to £5 Is.; poddies 308 to 40s. We offered and sold drafts of stock for MeBsrs Inness, McKeneie, Dunleavy, Barnes, Tenney, Bow, Taylor, Hanson, Williamson and others. Our next market will be held on Thursday, 21st December.

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SYDNEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 9 December 1905

SYtJNE'Y MARKET; STDNEY, Thursday:— A Imp df prime' old wheat wan placed at 3s Sid. j 3s Sd offering for now wheat, January delivery, and Ss 4d for December delivery. .Cornsacks, 7s. Bran bags, 6s lOjd. Chiokwheat had fair business at Sa to 8s 6d. Algerian oats ranged from 9s to 2s Sd. Tasmanian whlto feed, Ss lid to 3s. Bran lid ; pollard, Is Id. Local chaff, very plentiful, to £3 15s, paid for Melbourne, and to £4 6s for local.

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SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 9 December 1905

SYDNEY LIVE 8T0CK MARKET. SYDNEY, Thursday. — At Homebush to day 10,876 sheep and lambs were penned, ferino wethers brought 8s 6d to 16s ; crosi hred wethers, Us 6d to Its 6d ; merino ewes, Is to lls ; extra prime, to 18s 6d ; oroBSbred ewes, 10s Gd to 18s Od ; odd pens, to 16s 9d ; woolly sheep, 15s to 18s ; odd pens, to 19s. About 40,000 lambs wero penned, quotations ranging from 6s to 14b ; extra to 16s. 1,028 cattle yarded. Bullocks sold bom £7 to £10 10s ; cows, £5 10s to £6 106; ofla,'tdi8 iOs; heifers, £4 to £8 ; best bftf, itoe toJHs per lOOlb.

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