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Height of Modern Queens. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 9 December 1905

Heights of liuderu t£uecnf. Queen Wilhelmina takes serious excejv tlon to being memloncd in rereign papers as ' tbe little que«n,' though she rather likes ' tiu youcg queen.' She seems to believe that foreigners are thus giving their estimate of the importance of htr Ttmgioai, ' for,' sho icas remarked, 'it cannot Justly apply to my statute.' And she is right, says the ' Chicago Record,' for the Queei., who measures 6ft. 51£ln., .is tbe tallest of The Queen of Spain is only Eft. 5 2/5ln.; the Empress ol Russia, 6ft. 21iln.; the Em press of Germany and Queen Victoria still smaller. Aside from her heigh: the young Dutch Queen Is also of the best build. Hc-r 2lUln. waict measure and 421n. bust give an admirable proportion. ULct powers of ondurencs were well tested on coronation day, when for six long hours she wore the ceremonial mantle of led velvet, trimmed with ermine, a weight of not less lhau 301b., and showed no marked symptoms of fatigue.

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mighty Hippopotamus Hunters. In the Heart of Africa. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 9 December 1905

Misiuy iiiiu-oi-oiainus Hunters. In the Heart of Africa. ^?e natives along the ttiver Nile are Dot yei wuaned tram the primitive method of killing t'iie most dangerous animal hunietl by mau. ltilies cannot piace Hue thick Hide of tue 'hippopota mus, but tliu natives 'huve devised a woiLiwn wliich proves most effective iu theiL- huiuls, tlioug'a a European would hardly dare attempt the use of it. A Tiugc beam of wood, weijjlilug at least oUiu., is selected, and a uunrp, barbed limpoou head made of Iron Is lied to tut beam with sinews or twisted bits ot bide. Tbe man selected to ljurl this weapon is generally an old baud at die business, lie kuows tbe hippopotamus as be knows luits children, lie is welllu formed because of a. series of rough ad ventures of all that Is likely to befall him in tuc dangerous uuriertakins. Tne natives who accompany 'him are just as uiucli li,s lackeys as il Is possible lor them to \ue. They are schooled to an swer his every signal, to forward or baci wate...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Short Story. The Shadow of Battle. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 9 December 1905

Short Story. 1 ha Shadow of Battle. Between the waters of the Atlantic and those ot the Cape Pear River, bilow Wil mington, Federal Point Interposes a scarce ly directive carrier ; ana at times, when the storm rages, parts ot It are submerged uy the waves. At a point a mile above the southern extremity ot this peninsula ou unbroken ridge stretches across It from river to sea, and to the southward the ground is flottcd wllh scattered heaps ot eanO, rounded and beaten down until they look like natural hillocks, although they arc, In fact, the work of man. Out in front is nothing 'but a level waste, where, when the wind blows and the sands move before It* sun-bleached bones gleam white In the yellow drift. The sand-heaps are parts of a ruined fort, the ridge was its land face, and the boues arc the last vestiges ot men who once charged desperately across these sands to storm the work which then stood, proud ly defiant, up^n the now desolate scene. Ou'sth October, ISM, in the forenoon, ...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 9 December 1905

some .... , . ' '?' si ' ;m JEWELLERY FHfcTS. ??- |B IT IS A FACT That every article in my Store is thoroughly good and reliable — -j» just what it pretends to be. 'H IT IS A FACT That I cam- a large and well assorted Stocl of JEWELLERV - !? suitable for presents for all occasions. 3H IT IS A FACT That I have lived 10 years in COHOWA and my GUAEAKTEE *» stands behind what I sell. '3H H. R0SENBL00M, 1 WflTCH/VIKER flNb JEWELLER, M ? eoROwh/ H T nil P n An 111 AC Y, next post office, corowa |a [y] WILMOT'S HEADACHE WAFERS, 1 A safe find effective euro for all forms of Head;iche. Is per box. '9 H ? I R PROVED REMEDIES. I I i E Dr. Beaney's Blood and Liver Pifls, AN-EXSEc'.^AMILV M E WILMOT'S LIVER MIXTURE, * «* bottle. 1 A* E* W1LMOT, Pharmaceutical Chemist. W Agent for the celebrated Hurslville and Cumdon Nurseries. H ' ' Choice Stock of Flowering Plants. et-\, on hand. W T. PARKIN, GENERAL E8VSPORTER, Sanger ? street, Sorowa. Scythe Blades, Garden Tools, Handles, Digging Porks, Hay R...

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

No woman can be plain who hat beauti ful teeth made by R. N. BULL, next P.O., Corowa.*

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Dan. Barry's Dramatic Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 9 December 1905

Dan. Barry's Dramatic Company. The talented and always welcome Dan. Barry's Dramatic Company will appear in the School of Arts, Corowa, next Wednesday nieht. 13th December, and that local lovers of really first-clasB entertainment will welcome Dan and his associates with a bumper house goes without saying. The popular and gifted actor and manager always brings along with him something original and tho roughly up-to-date in the style of dramatic fare he provides for his patrans, and on this trip he has evi dently a drama specially striking and new to give us, for the play he will present is one bearing a very mo mentous title ' A Modern Cain,' or 'A Master Murderer.' This piece is now the reigning theatrical furore in England, where it is being played by over a hundred companies In the last scene of the above play will be introduced, perhaps, the most novel and exciting Btage sensa tion yet attempted. The cast of tbe pieoe, which is a very large one, will be sustained by the full str...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 9 December 1905

Waverley Temperance Hotel, NEAR RAILWAY STATION, Culcairn. GEORGE PENMAN, Proprietor. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION FOR TRAVELLERS. GOOD ACCOMMODATION PADDOCK. TERMS MODERATE. J. G. JOLLEY, Blacksmith, Wheelwright, and Horseshoer, URANA-ST., DAYSDALE. REPAIRS NEATLY DONE. Promptitude and Quality a feature of my work. GorowQ ^Postal Service* ARRIVALS and DEPARTURES. SYDNEY. Monday ? ruesday' ? Wednesday Thursday ? Friday ? Saturday ? r.p.o.— south. Monday ? Tuesday ? Wednesday ? Thursday. ? Friday ? Saturday ? MELBOURNE. Monday ? Tuesday ? Wednesday ? Thursday ? Friday ? Saturday ? r.P.O.— VICTORIA.- 2 206 ALBtTRY. Monday ? Pnoeday ? Wednesday ? Thursday ? Friday ? Saturday ? HOWLONG. Monday ? Tuesday ? Wednesday ? Thursday ? Friday ? Saturday ? MOLWALA. Monday ? Tuesday ? Wednesday ? riiurEday ? Friday ? Saturday ? SOUTH COKOWA. Daily ? (Sunday cxeepted.) | WAGGA ? JUNEK ? COOTA.MUNDRA. ... | CULCAIRN ... ) BBOCKLESBY... } BaLLDaLK. ... } HOPEFIELD ? I' UEA.NA ? ) OAKLAND8 ... \ JERILDE...

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

CATERING. I am able to supply Catering equal to the best Melbourne Houses, for Balls, Parties, Suppers, and Luncheons, and am now pre pared to cater for Picnics, Shows, and SporlB of all descriptions. I have only One Price and supply only Goods true to name and unadulterated. BROWN, MALT AXD VIENNA BREAD A SPECIALITY. COUNTRY CUSTOMERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. P. SCHULDT, Melbourne Street, MULWALA. J. W. BYRNE, Coachbuilder & General Blacksmith, BALLDALE. Vehicles and Implements Made and Repaired. Shoeiug and Tyre-Cutting a Speciality. Workmanship Guaranteed. Local Agent for the Sunshine Harvester Company and other well-known firms. /gjMBttS^K A^BZ^^\ /^jSSflljK /*a^A k^ /-*wq- I COUGHS COU* I 1 COUGHS CO^ f 'I ft****** I ? rVuHFUIEN^. I) I blNFLUEr^ |j I V^FUiEN^ f) \Ji0mKimf )m^s^ ^w^SSW ABEIVALS. 10 80 a m. 10 a,m : 10.45 p.m. ? SO p.m. 10 a,m , 10 46 p.m. 2 20 pm. 10 a.m., 0.15 p.m. 10 a.m, 10 a.m., 10 45 p.m. 9.15 p.m. 2.20. 10.30 a.m, 2.20 p.m. 10.45 p.m. 2 20 p.m. 10 a.i...

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

J. CR1SFIELD, M.V.S.V., REGISTERED VETEBINAET SUBGEON OF VICTORIA, MAT BE Consulted on all Ailments AND Diseases of Horses and Cattle, INCLUDING Horse Dentistry. ABDEEBS :— RIVER ST., COROWA. AERATED WATER AND CORDIAL FACTORY, Edward=Street, COROWfl. J. H. OSWALD, Proprietor. Only the Best of Manufactures Used. THE FASHIONABLE Hairdressing and Shaving Saloon. (Opposite Eoyal Hotel). R. O'TEflRY, Proprietor. DESIRES to Inform the Residents of Corowa and District that he has purchased the Hairdressing and Tobacconist's Busi ness lately carried on by Mr. C. H. Wright. The Services of an Expert Barber have been obtained. Having been thoroughly Renovated and Re-fitted, the Shop is now the acme of cleanliness. Every Convenience and Comfort for Customers. Assorted Stock of Pipes, Tobacco, Cigars, and Cigarettes on hand. »S- BILLIARD SALOON ADJOINING SHOP. R. O'LEARY, Proprietor. J. SOUTHGATE, Wood and Watv Carter, RIVER-STREET, C O R O W fl, WISHES to state that he can supply wood and wate...

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

XMAS PRESENTS. a violin? a banjo? a mandolin? which? sasrrcrsrsrirrrti SKINNER'S PICTURE GALLERY, Albury. iisSAfiiii '?-??.?.? frtoei tot U-t jUlUty goodl. ALLPWCBt. HIQH ORADB INSTRUMENTS.

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

Bowling. ' The Corowa Club visited Ruther plen on Wednesday last, and played a matoh on the local green, tbe teams consisting of i rinks (16 players) each, and after a good game, the locals gained an easy win, tbe result being 118 to 75. The ground was not nearly so good as the Corowa players expected to find it, one rink especially beine far from true. Following are the scores- : — No. 1 Rink. COEOWA. — Iabey, Taubman, Cooke, F. Johnson (captain) ... ... 90 RUTHEBGIiEN— E. Eobins, Hedley, Cock, Frew (Captain) ... 34 No. a Rink. COBOWA. — Bitchie, Haig, Cameron, Alston (captain) ... ... 8 BUTHEBGLEN. — Brown, Neville Bryant, Robins (captain) — — 38 No. 3 Rink. COBOWA. — Duun, Dr. Lang, Smith, W. H. I«nglor (captain) ... 28 BUTBEHQIjEN. — Davis, Younlunw, Tierney, Beady (captain) ... 35 No. i Rink. OoBOWA. — Leslie, MoPhoe, Brooks, 3. Langler (captain) ... ??? W BUTircUQLEN. — Huhs.Biroh, Patterson, Hamilton (captain) — SI To his credit, be it said, Mr. E. T. Ball, M.L.A., voted agai...

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

Personal. ^ ? The many friends of Mi'. Naukervis, who was for some time employed in the clerical division of the railway at Wabeunvab. -will be nleased to hear that he has received an appointment in Melbourne, with instructions to report at head-quarters. He left for Melbourne on Thursday morning. Mr. Walter Hickenbotham, the well -known trainer, arrived iu Corowa on Thursday night. The lucky trainer of Blue Spec, Newhaven and Carbine, three Melbourne Cuppers, came up to bave a look at some colts of his by Amherst, which are running out at Mr. C. Knorpp's stud farm ' Moss dale.' Balldale. About forty ladies and gentlemen assembled at Mr. C. Emertons resi dence on Wednesday evening, in response to the invitation of that gentleman. A very pleasant evening was held, the visitors having a good time, singing and generally enjoying themselves till an early hour tbe next morning. Madame Maggie Stirling was cor dially welcomed by the Albury people on the occasion of her recent profes sional...

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Fish Facts, and Fancies. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 9 December 1905

Fish Facts, and Fancies. fBr Spoon Bait,] They tell me the Angling Club is going to pass a vote of thanks to Mr. Dick King's pony. He provided the only excitement on Wednesday after noon. The competitions were rather ' frosty.' The river was dirty ; fish would not bite ; so tbe creamy pony reckoned he would create a diversion. He did so by putting up a ' two forty ' through the timber with the sulky, after casting aside the winkers as a useless appendage. The sulky turned ' turtle ' once, but, entering into tbe spirit of the thing, bucked up again smiling, dodged numerous trees and stumps most artistically till the gate was reached, when the pony took it unawares by a sudden turn, and it was damaged somewhat. Apart from the runaway things were pretty bIow. Mr. Dick O'Leary ' collared ' the trophy with a 2}lb. bream. I believe Mr. J. W. Taylor, the paper chap next door, has arranged to have a series of pictures in con nection with the Angling Club pub lished in a Vic. weekly. He reck...

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

Without R. N. BULL you cannot have a perfeotset of srtifloiol teoth to masticate your food. *

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COROWA LICENSING COURT. WEDNESDAY, 6TH DECEMBER. (Before Drs. Shortt, and Lang J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 9 December 1905

COROWA LICENSING COURT. ' WEDNESDAY, 6TH DECEMBER (Before Drs. Shortt, and Lang J'a.P.) Albert Beard applied for a license for hotel at Balldale. Mr. E. R. Nicholson appeared for tbe applicant. The application was granted. An application for the transfer of the Federal Exchange hotel at Mulwala, from Mary Alison to Bobt. Kennelly was adjourned to the next court, to allow of a report from the police.

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Police Court. WEDNESDAY, 6TH DECEMBER. (Before Dr. Lang, J.P,) [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 9 December 1905

Police Court. ?Wednesday, 6th December. (Before Dr. Lang, J.P.) W. Hughes was charged with hav ing an unregistered dog in his posses sion. The case had been adjourned from last court, to enable Mr. Hughes to provo the dog was under age. A statement in writing was put in aB to the age of the dog from the dealer oi whom it was purchased. The bench could not accept the statement as evidence. Tbe case was further adjourned till the 20th December, to allow of further evidence being ob tained. Mr. Hughes expressed his intention of fighting it out. B. S. Dryburgh also obtained an adjournment on the same grounds. About a dozen residents were fined 10s and 6s costs, for having unregis tered dogs. John Westlake was charged with placing goods on the footpath, and not removing same when notified to do so, on the 18th October. Fined 5s and 6s costs. The Bench pointed out that this was the second offence, and in any future case the fine would be considerably raised.

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

LOWESDALE. Last Sunday morning a nice shower of rain fell, and I have since heard that it amounted to about 23 points. It not only laid the dust, but brought about a very cool change. Haymaking is almost com pleted in this district, and a6 a re sult some good substantial stacks may be seen at the various farmers' homesteads. Harvesting will soon commence. It is feared that the crops will not be as good as they promised, owing to the sudden heat early in November. Measlea have mode their 'appear ance in the district, though its yet there are only a few isolated cases. Mr. Boy Pearoe, of Burryjaa Es tate, who met with a nasty accident a few days ago, is, I hear, on a fair way to reoovery. The news of the death of Mrs.Jno. Brown was heard here with deep re gret, that lady being on old and highly respected resident of this district.

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District News. WALLA WAELA. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 9 December 1905

District News. WALLA WAELA. After a spell of a month's fine weather, this district was visited by a nice fall of rain last week, when from an inch up to two inches was registered, 198 points falling at Walla West. Although coming in the middle of haymaking, wheat for grain will greatly benefit by it, late sown crops will have a chance of filling out, and a good sample for the district is now assured. The new 20-ton weighbridge, pro mised by the Railway Commissioners some time ago is now being erected. This was badly wanted, as a number of loads coming in had to he weighed iu two parts, causing much incon venience to carriers. The number of waggons built by our local blacksmith and engineer, Mr. E. D. Heppner is gradually in creasing each year. In the past four months no fewer than 12 have been turned out, some to carry up to 30 tons. Several of these have been sent to Temora and Germanton dis tricts, the others going to surround ing parts. Wherever these waggons are used entire sati...

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

Hudson's Hcdical Hall. ; WITH SUMMER COME EYE COMPLAINTS. For Thirty-Three Years THREE FAMOUS REMEDIES havo thriven in Riverina. Golden Eye Drops ? ... ... 2s Golden Eye Ointment ? 2s Golden Fly Lotion ? ? Is POSTED EVERYWHERE. THEY FIX: Bad Eyes, Sore Eyes, Inflamed Eyes, Weak Eyes, Fly-Bitten Eyos. QI LL,IES,CHEMISTC0R0WA TflBLE - BEER, Per 6d Bottle. OBTAINABLE AT ALL HOTELS, AND WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS. BREWED BY THE flLBURY BREWING * HflLTING COnPflNY, LTb.

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

The Whole Body Laughs. When the liver and bowels don't act, life is ? failure. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablet* wake these drowsy organs, like the sun wakes the earth, and tbe whole body laughs. It it fun to live when the body is in good trim, but it is never so when tbe liver and bowels shirk duty. There is more happiness in * i/6 box of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets than you ever dreamed ol. They stimulate the nervous system and make you feel young again. For sile by T. Parkin, Corowa.

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