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THE RAINFALL THE YEARS' RECORDS. Following are the records of the rainfall for 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912 and 1913:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 January 1914

I TITE YEA US' RECORDS. Fi)lk)V.;n^ ;'.ro tile reeofls of lliG ruin j fall fcr 1905. 1900, 11M7, ltiuS, 1909, I 1910, 1.011, 1912 iluu .191:1 •JO 9Z OS 05 iG-Xfi ZL So ra-or; so-is ee-f? oe-si: o.'-or: X>8-5 Bf'-l XB-G OS'5 r,i-o AA-0 I L i GO-o r-t ■ t MOfl <Ji-0 05 r GG-I un; ICO OL-l 0A-K L-i-J XK-0 "•S"K Ift-fi t-'J I OM XV-5 '.)Z-Z GR-X 15-1 ys-i-: 01-T r,<>?, I vi ■<:• 99-X OS K So-! ii-f' 9S'-r i'i-'S 90-5 le-o 8(5-0 fiV-o SM' L ';i-r, ft'.I-CJ r-'M •my otj-1 8 fiV-v: I'jc WZ U-I !:A-o o::-o 'JG-0 'Jl-K 0(1-5 00-5 IL-'J j.'Ci-i: SO-1 r-'-'J .Hill (• V.LI fco-o' FO-5 ;-:o-o li:-o 9G-0 i. ZL-Z H'-O zz-x (50-0 60-0 kmc ;:A-X 91.o Ui-1 o'.i-t i.h:v U-v SO I IM-r M-Z ,/LSMi l'H-0 T'.l-l S-S.--9 ag-o I G'J-1 iO-T" 90-1 SA-X C-lM' (•o-r. PA-0 H'-t 01) z MO iti-o 00-o 8ia <-•!•?, 0!.'. [ "I!M xi:-o 'lu; L' iltot fctOI XIGX OIGI OLSCI 8001 AOGl 90til coot

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 January 1914

AiHiVU. CSorry.)n5 and Uppsr Murray ■■= Agricultural and Pastoral Society. - TWENTY-THIRD ANN DAS j SHOW TO BE HELD l.N COHRYON'O PARK ON' Wednesday & Thursday, 18th and 19ih March, 1914. P RI Z E - LI S T, HO&SES. Glass A.— DranghLs, Entry fee for non mooters, j Draught Stallion. 3 years or over, ist, £2. gift of Messrs' R. H. Smyth and Co. ; 2nd. 10/. 2 Draught Colt, 2 years, ist, 20/ ; 2nd, cert. 3 Brood Mare, with foal at foof. ist, 4 Dry M are, 4 years or over, ist, 20/ ; 2nd. ccrt. 5 Farm Gelding, 4 years or over. 1st. 15/; and,- 5^ 6 Pair Farm Horses, property of one exhibitor, to bo driven. ist, 20/; 2nd, 10/. 7 Filly or Gelding, 3 years, ist, 15/; 2nd, ccrt. 8 Filly or G ilding, 2 ye irs. ist, 15/; 2nd, cert. 9 Cnlt, 1 year, ist, 15/; 2nd, cert. -.' 10 Fitly cr Gelding, 1 year. . ist, 15/ ; 2nd. cert. ii- Foal, ist, 10/ ; 2nd, cert. 12 Bust Team of Four Horses, to be . driven iu harness, ist,' 20/., Must be property of exhibitor-.. 13.Foal, by Hiawatha, ist....

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SUMMER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 January 1914

SUMMER MEETING. The Corryong Pony Racing Club's summer meeting held on Boxing Day was favored with perfect weather. Thore was a good attendance, the takings at the gates being £82, in aildition to which over ' eighty members' tickets were sold. Among the visitors were Messrs Mackin non and Hutchinson, Ms.L.A., Ministers for Railways and Agriculture respectively. "The traok was in excellent order, and the recently erected runniu^ rail was found to ha a great improvement. There were 7-7— - good fields in the various-grains, and-rhe trials wore interesting. Io maintain!";; a satisfactory standard at pony meetings stewards have generally a difficult task be fore them, but the local official.-, took a firm stand, in a couple of instances, and though the necessity is regrettable the action will no doubt have a salutary effect upon future meetings. Mr A. 3). Waters carried out the duties of jn;lge in his usual impartial manner, and Mr J. S. , "Wheeler, as starter, was successful in dispatc...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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CORRYONG PONY RACING CLUB. OFFICIALS: PRESIDENT.—MR J. PIERCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 January 1914

C0BB50KG POKf RACING CLUE, OFFICIALS : PkE3IDEXT.—MP. J. FIERCE. Tlcf.-pttaldeuta—Meairs F. Jaeer aiii A. Lulanr Committee.—Messrs a. Acccks, C. 7,'Lcvli-r. a. C. Master", J. Robertson. p. ScmnEell, t. Luk-Ino, H. Waters, L. Sbeatber, A. t. Scuta mil, K Kulfbt anJ 0 Wrtuw. Treasurer,—Mr J. C^u:?y«3il. Judge.—Mr A. d. V»'at?ra. Timekwper.—Mr A. v,\ Acoeks. Starter. -Mr J.S. vrbteler. Hftndica?p«\--Mr J. Blair. Clerk of Course.—Mr H. Smith. .Weighing Clerk.—Mr t. Lukbis. Measurers.—Messrs Acocks auJ Sheuthtr. ■ gtewardi.—Mej»w F. Jager. 0. Water*, R, Robertjoa, L. Sbeatber ami A. Master*. Secretary.—Mr F. M'Donough.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 January 1914

%Jl AYE now to announce that the M general Spot Cash Sale for De cember will not be continued, but we will still continue to throw away Groceries at the following prices Until Further Notice. Many of the lines quoted are actually below landed-cost. Price list GROCERIES. Sugar, 1A, 701b. bag, 10/11 : Keen's Mustard, half lb-. tin^: bag. J lOidv Flour, Corowa, IS/bag, loOlbs. Nestle's Milk, 7J-1 tin. Flour, Cudgewa, 16/ bag, 1501bs. Kerosene, White Rose, 12/(5 case. | Sheep Salt, 9/11 bag. Currants, 7d lb. Raisins, Old lb. Rice, bc-st Japan, 12/6 hag. C'ornina, 7d lb. tin. Fresh Herrings (Morton's) GJil j . t 5<t 1U* Oatmeal, 7ib. bags, 1/3 bag. Digestive Meal, 71b. bags,. 1/8. John Bull Oats, 5lb. bags, 1/9 bag. White Pepper, pure,, lib. tins, 1/6 tin. Loose Pepper, 1/1 lb. Cream of Tartar,, the- best,. tin. j Black Horse salt, 2001b. bags, ! 17/(3 bag. j Imperial Coarse Salt, 2001b. ! bags, 13/!> bag. i Castle i'uie Salt, odlb. bags, I ■]/() bag. I Black Horse Fine Sal...

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THE Corryong Courier. THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 January 1914

Titn (£tiranii (£u.11uier. THURSDAY, JANUARY S, 10H. For tho causa that lacks ti'-sM-ituuu -, For tho wrongs that li^cd r-j.-;i:-U.iot\ l-'or tlie future in lIk? d;-;u . p, Ami tho ^ood th.it svj e in il i. Dentistry.— Mr A. S. Stokes, re corded by the Dental JVjard, desires us to announce that ha lias returned to Corryong and may be consulted at ] Hill's Coffee Palace as usual. | The Upper Muuiuy Raily.-ay,— The ceremony of turning the first sod in connection with the construction of th<3 Tallangatta-Cudgewa railway will take place at Tallangatta on 17th inst. Tho occasion will be celebrated with a bauquet in the evening. Matehsity Am.owance Act.—Since the Maternity Allowance Act came into force, 1-1 months ago, 1-1,9,229 Commonwealth mothers have drawn the £!i bonus, and the Treasury has paid away a sum of JC7-lu,l-15 to mark the arrival of now little Australians. In New South Wales, 57, MO applica tions for the allowance have been made, and 5G.312 of them have been app...

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HOW THE HEART BEATS AT NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 January 1914

HOW THE HEART BEATS AT r.'IGHT. The main use or the coverings sight is to give the body tiiv \v;:rin:! that is lost by reduced c-trcnIn cfori o tho blood. AVhyn tlio body lies iJow: it is tho Intention of Nature 'hat i should rest, and that the heart os peoiuliy should bo relieved tempo: .irily cf its regular work. So th;r org^n mahes (en strokes a minute Its; thati when tho body is in an upright 'uosturo. This means 000 strokes ir s-xty minutes. Thcrofoi \ in rite ei;.-h hours that a r':m usually spend? ii JaltiiV" his n'."ht's rest, iho heart i; saved nearly ijlMW s'ro'ies. At i' pumps Cox. of blood with cach stroke it lifts 30,000oz. loss of blcotl In thf nl;:ht's session than It would durlni the flay, when a man is usually In nr upright ])03iti0L'. Noiv, the body is do piiniiDJH for its warmth on tho vlgoi of the circulation, and as tho bioof (lows so much more slowly throu.nl the veins when one is lying down, tlx warmth lost In the reduced circulatioi must be supplied, by extra...

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STATE MINISTRY. WHY MR BILLSON WAS EXCLUDED. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 January 1914

5 J'A'S'K ^5 5 -YtK'S-SJav WHY MR i;lU,sO:s WAS KXCLUDKO. On Fri lay evening Mi- A. A. BS1U ,n met a number of his.supporters at Bright, anil (hiring th" courso of an addretf.-i re ferred at ltn^'.h to his non-inclusion in the re-constructed Watt Government. Mr Bilison n.ated that personally ho Imd no regrets nt nv- included in the now team, but ufct-r five yearn' admini-* trail.m of ;V.ir department, in which he claimed ha had not l;iclced iti vuor or [judgment, he felt that his constilivjncy | hfid received a ret nil. His only cum I pi .-lint was the way in which ho was dispj-ed of. lie had received 110 intima tion from the Ptvmier erifher before or .sitico, why he was excluded. Mr Wait had only recen;ly at a public function nt Beeehworth eulogised his work. He appeared to bo thrown out simply to gratify the wishes of the pursuing wolves, lie would still maintain fan attitude as a democratic Liberal, hut he believed the recent political upheaval had not led to any consolidation of...

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CLOCK THAT SAVED A LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 January 1914

CLOCK THAT SAVED A LIFE. Tlio hig clock of tilt; IIousos of Far liamont is reported to have once saved diify was accused or at. hi; po3t. Tim poot' man J id Lot know what to pay in order to pri/vo his In nocence until at. last In? tlui'isht of the clock, and fold the judges t'nat at mid niyht Hip; Ben had seut. out tliir';i jtrulitj iustt-inl of twidvf-. Tint jutlK-f" however. lunched at the idea, and tltiti'i-'iii.u; it, further proof of titc man': s.'iiltMicrd him to (K.:iMl. lie was lyi!,;; in prison wai: In;.; c;:e;'.i;'.!on ; eaforward and sa'< that the soldi* villi."«. tree, for they a::;o had i-.rnrd tin- rvra clock Miikc thl'.'ict-n on that jKirUer. !,ir occasion, aad s-j the golJicr -var. :-•< rra».

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FATAL ACCIDENT AT WALWA. A JOCKEY KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 January 1914

FATAL ,\<,'C5 5)K.Vi' AT H'AHVA. A JOCKEY KILLLvD. A fatal accident occurred at the Now Year's Day race mooting at Wuhva, re sulting in the death of Mr Stuart Bryan!, a^ed 24 yours. Bryant was rid ini» his own mare, Brown Oats, in the Open Handicap. The maro ran oil tho course, ftnd throw her rider against a tree killing him instantaneously. Deceased was a nativo of Dalgetv, and was a son of Mr W. H. Bryant, of Jjan key's Creek. He was a grazier, and had been residing at Towong for souk* years and was well known in this district. lie was a quiet unassuming young fellow, and tho news of his tragic death will cause general regrut. Tho funeral took place at Walwa on Friday. The Uev. Mr Herd, of Turn Imrumba, read the service of tho Pres byterian Church at tho grave, and Mr Guest road the service of the M.U.I.O.O.P., of which dceoftsod was a mombor. Tho body of thy victim of the fatal accident was removed to Redbank Hotel, Jingellic, where an inquiry was hold be foro tho Depu...

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FRUIT TREE WOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 January 1914

FRUIT TREE WOOD. - Many farmers who occasionally or der Liie destruction of fruit trees or account of advanced ago or uul'rni! fulness are quia' unaware of the value attached to much of the wood tint: sacrificed. Cherry-wood is large":., used in furniture, and when poli.-.hci reveals a beautiful color and provide? a passable imitation of luahor.atiy Apple-tree wood is remarkably wel adapted to turners' work, and Is in tie intind for making cog-wheels, on ac count of its great strength and dura bility. The cogs of wooden mill wheels are often made of apple-wood [t is also extensively used for fruit presses, where it proves very durable l'he value ot walnut-wood In line cub inet work is well known, and gooj prices are obtained for this beatitifu; and popular wood.

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CHURCH NEWS. PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 January 1914

CIItBC'll IV2DWS. PRESBYTERIAN. Tho induction of the Rev. J. C. Coulter into the Corryong charge took place yes terday ovoninR. Report is hold over. Mi?a Hoyo, of North Wagga, had an alarming experience last week. She went to a well, and while lowering a bucket for water she overbalanced and fell a distance of 30 feet. Nobody witnessed the accident. Her cries failed to attract attention. She remained in the water for over an hour. After a time her cries grew fainter, as she wiia suffering from Bhoek and exhaustion. Her mother, who rose later, missed the k'irl from her bedroom, and a search wa3 instituted. She was reneued just m her strerifith was exhausted. Tho girl col lapsed when raised from the well.

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[?]. The Mainspring of Our Actions. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 January 1914

n; isc. wt.'* The Mainspring of Our Actions. The desire to be "somebody" Is Hi uoving .spirit v. 111.'!; us '.1: '.'his desire lu.iy be p5»«»-*4»uiy • uller'.vtse, nccorui.'c to eh c,i;n':• nit we a;'*: ail ae.u.i'.L-i t.j it. >oi. jf.iouslv or i:i!oor::=':-ii.i ■ j We :r.:.v bo '"neliped to 11 .■ i11K" i)i;i j W'ra ll !l, I.Ot [MSKlOIl, i:'. iln." mL'[i\< 1.1 «1UC 'i''i'.*. lm j vf rihOr; i.-: a sivmij; 'liiutivo, eut tin v:if.li to U- v.tl!:-.:Lni..!y iU-B r.t'tlu- Union [it anxiety fur namey. It la oCtui •,hrur;;h 1 111 i hat we obtain jio::3 rion; it Is the l'.ey that opens (he wa> to a Irtmt v -'at, so to say, in so mauj crises tb:i: one naturally v.ishes to a large banking account. It v.'iU U noticed that practically everyone wh! has made money looks about for somi portion or some honor. Ztci'oy brin;:.'.; cerrain comforts, but i: will be- found (bat ibis if, net t-u:i;-> ly the Hioviiu* Tli-.v» a:.- penpi. who do in".'. l:ii'n• vy: tbc> hoard it and t:■...

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BENAMBRA BY-ELECTION. MR J. W. LECKIE ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 January 1914

BEiVAMBRi BV-E LECTIO ft,. MR J. Yf. LECKIE. ELECTED. The by-election for the State elec torate of Benambra, rendered vacant by the death of Mr A. W. Craven, was held on Monday, 2!hh nit. The short notice and the inconvenient time re sulted in a small poll being recorded,, the total number of votes cast being about 1000 le33 than in 1911. The vote was on strict party lines, the con test being between Mr J. W, Lcckio (si-lected Liberal candidate) and A. L, Wright, (r-elL'C:ed Labor candidate), and the Liberal candidate was duly returned. An effort wa3 made by leading men on both side3 to stimulate a little interest in the election,, but the «'.-ne ral impression was that tho Labor vote in Benambra was not large enoi;»h to secure the return of the party's nominee,, and not much enthusiasm was shown by either side. The result bore out this opinion, Mr Lackie being returned by over 400; votes. Details of the polling are as follow : — I.eckik. Wright,. TullaiigRttd ... 174 ... ]G3 Tallan...

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BALL PUNCHING AT ALBURY. WORLD'S RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 January 1914

i'i:nchin(.; at ai,nri;v. | WORLD'S KKCOUD. At 10.22 on Monthly, "Jiiiid J)*\'euihci', "A. Barrio,*' champion ball-puncher of Australia, aitneked the world':* record lor continuous l>ft! 1-|»tincliin»j in the Albuiy Town Kali. The previous record (4f> hotir>} was held by T. Keller. At 7 iiit WY-dne.-'day evening ''Harrie" was still strong, jmhI lie continued to punch i ho hall until he had extended the record t:> •IS houru, concluding with an exhibition of fancy hitting which showed that he was Mlill a p»od way from tin; limit of hi." powers. The reeord-bivak-n* received a preat ovjuim on Lhe completion of his lank, a?:d was iv.vned in a chair to Iiis hotel by an admiring crowd. I It? has received many congratulations on lhe successful accom pli jinnem of his remarkable feat. In private life "Jiarrie'' id Mr A. S. Stokes, and is well known in Corryon,^ where lie lua a dental practice. lie is thirty ycar.t of ago and ia a native of Melbourne. We understand that he has rec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 January 1914

Public Kotir.e. To the people of Corryong aqd fLJ AS decided to still farther offer the ~kW iui" Gash" or Bookings as offered last month* The following are the Cash and Booking Prices fox the undermentioned goods: ■Cash. Booked. Beet Flour (bag). ..... 18/ 19/ l'ollard, bun. .... - 1/8 1/9 Bran, bus. .... ..... 1/8 1/9 Sugar (bag) 16/11 18/ Kerosene, case 12/6. 13/6 E, Salt .... 8/ 8/6 L. Salt, best 10/6. 11/6. No. 8 Wire, American. .... 13/ 14/ Barb .... .... 10/ 20/ A Full Range of Crockery,. Glassware, Toilet; Ware, etc., etc. ® ® ® ® Drapery, Boots, Fancy Goods, etc. We also beg to announce that all the other departments in Drapery, Boots, Fancy Goods, Toys, and New Year goods are well stocked, and the display of same at our commodious and up-to-date store is unequalled in the district. There is a choice collection of Ladies Blouses in Silk, Mus lin and Delaine : "ing:*-'-XCei>c ate an 6cm7 first at prices-to. suit ail.. t ® ® ® ©* ® Toys, New Year Presents, Cards, etc.. This...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 January 1914

Puiilic Siuicvs. >iig Hotel," CORKYONa. *5? K.UK B V notifies til if h it.is •. ik*"1'/ ov-ji i.im :i(t ,v:- ux'.i by Ptrict a'toiHion 10 the roquirem-mt-< of p:itro:i; un-l ]ctvpiti£ the host J brands of liquors to UK-ril a ccniimianoi- of ihe support acouivluu hi.; priiilecesso!*. j Firblrclntid Billi.ud Tabic, tvu'lcer in ut:*'iU;:r.r". i ... Every attention \rii.I to reqnir^m *rU5 of Touri^s and Travellers. GOOD GRAZING PAi)!)OCivS^ STAHUNG. Stopping p!:'icr for C'JAWFOKO «v CO.'S (••OAOITRS, whi^li li.'avo tiiis iinirj rl.-iiiy (Hnn-.lnvs iwefptfrt) f. T T;!l!;i 11ii;i. T|q Coppyoijg-Cofiea Palace, MI R 8" E V' 7 1 j Jj, : ' PEOPRIETRE 3 S. "f^Hft-'ATiOVR-well known house ol accommodation bus boon renovated • "through' i . ^ : ;onfrnnil putrons iimv ii'iy upon thmr requirements receiving -every- (ittontion.: ••-.A ■ ltcosonhblo^aviir. Two tables..- Piaiio-. Bulb. s Good Stabling. --r, :.•-., '••Wei,!. Equipped Bii.liahd IIiom. Kiticikkt Mamckii. ISP- -IIAlRDTtESSE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 January 1914

CEIWEtCBS NOTICES?,. DIVINE Services will bo held on Sunday next na follow: — P It K S byte KI AN CUUHOH. Walwa, 11 a.m. ; Tintaldra, 3 p.m. ; Corryong, 7.80 p.ui.—Eov. J, C. Coultor. Cucitcn 9F England, Corr.yong (children's service, 10.80 a.m.), 11 a.m. ; Cudjjewa, 3 p.m.; Culuo Ooliio 7.30 p.m.—Bov. F. II. p.jnl;j, 'JHi.L. MuTiionisT'Ciitmon. Cudgowa, 11 a.m., and 7.00 p.m ; Borrinyama, 3 p.m.—Mr W. H. Callum, Government Advertisement. WRITTEN OFFERS will bo received at tho Post Offices, Granya, Bur rowyo, and Jiogellie, until 1! p.m. oil the 14lh Janimrv, 19M, for the supply and delivery nf 15 Hound Wooden Poles, whern required between Talmrihin and Burrowyo. Full particulars at tha Post O.Ticen named. AGAR W£NNE, Poatmaater-Gcneral. Postra'i3ter-S"nonil'a Depurtm nit, Me! I ourne, 2nd January, 1914. (1297) Public Notices. TOWONG TURF CLUbT ANNUAL MEETING. rpHE Annual Meeting will bo held at Jager's Hotel, Uorryong, on Satur day next, 10th January, at 2 p.m. Business ;—To arrang...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 January 1914

si'oiirrxa xoih'S. Tmnbanunb.i races to-ilny an>I to '"'k' S. Whiteheaa'-i Pan 1» ran U Hi'COMcIh lit tilC Wolloll^l races. "j, has b.-en deeiaed to ioomm the a Mi !;•'•! for 11:0 Ca ullWd Cno. to , Mr J»i.^ !ws h.inil.u:;l.n,,1. the Curryong Lac,., C'\ Rrili-ih riil; team, niiiu'-'HWI! 11 11,1 ! told, will visit Australia about September The IVrtli' 'up -'1^ ' s:iv'< • " lH, "" 'i I . ;r[.„in], wit.li i.Uyv.-il secoad >«"' i^ wier third. Wi..n.Sr started at two to one. v v.nir's At till- Ohilteni raiw oil >''« ' D-iv Mr K. Jones' IMnmbnsik: mm tin. K lluidicap easily.. Two st-.K-rs. The annual meulin;,' of the lowon;; CI,,I, will be 1..-W al U"U ' Co"ryonS. «" ».nuv.l.iy n,-a, .u. P--» > t»r«iitt' > *11 ililil *11 *!i <LI. m arrange pro-i-i.n.uc an „ • At ,A"7?atr ! 'iIe tlK' l,aU 4S h»u«-3 hours longer tta P'Wtous rC»jiu-k" Donaldson, iSi.; Victoria.. profes sional rumiev, ill Cardiff on l.oxni- Dai broke Harry »nlel«.-»*> liy half a vard, c...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MARKETS. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [BY WIRE.] Wednesday, 11 a.m. Messrs Mathieson and Davis. of St. James Bo[?]ings. William-street, Melbourne, wire us as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 January 1914

THE MARKETS. MELBOURX H .A IA R K E T S. rp.v Winr..] W.jilniis Jay, 11 n.ni. I Mi^fsrs Miulii'^on au-i IUvh. of Su| latn-a' iiiiil liugWillium v^U'eel, Mol- . bourne, wirr? u-? a* I'oliows:— j l'''U C:Utl". — o'ijO yarded, comprUiu.; ; l.lfiO from N rf.W., 900 from North lC.is:, j frotii ' Oifjp.-iJiillti, 200 fi'OIli .\wl't!1. -70 from Wi"it, mid -''0 from Siirii ; (iippiUuiJ. Tii..-re was u go.iJ dvma:id | t'j>' b:»,h locai find uipurl | anil prices rii 1 (_• c] linn. Piimo pom of biidooks, i'10/101 to 1'12 ; extra, to -EM ; flood, £0/10/ to £10/5/ ; Rood, light stud handy, £8 to i'9 ; seconds an 1 inferior, from i'O to £7/1-"),'. 1'riuiJ pon» of coivh, -C'7/l5/ to MH/uy ; odd boast*. to i l 1/15/ ; ;M>J, i'ij to £'7/0/ ; otliurfl, from i"3■' 10,'. Kut Oulvea.—580 punned. Price* for sm ill oulvea were eii-iicr, und other.) un cllilllfJO'l. i'Vt Shoep.—27,000 .y/irdud. There iv:is spirited com petition throughout, both for export and local trado roquiri-mcnta, and prices rul...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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