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JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 6 August 1914
JULY. 3rd 4th 7th 8th mh lOtli nth lath 13th 14th 15th 10th 24th 27th 28th 20 th 0 03in. 0 13in. 0-05in. O-lOin. 0 35in. 0'2Sin. OOijin. O'OSin. OOUin. Odin. O'Olin. 0 02in. 0 Olin. 0'02in. 002iu. 0-13in. Total [Total for year to date .. l-32iu. 12'29in.]
COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. SATURDAY, 1ST AUGUST. [Before Mr A. A. Kelley, P.M., and Mr A. Harris, J.P.] TRUANCY CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 6 August 1914
COUKT OF PETTV SESSIONS. Saturday, 1st August. [Before Mr A. A. Kelley, P.M., and Mr A. Harris, J.P.] TRUANCY CASES. W. Mooro v. Jas. Smedley.—Defendant wos charged with neglecting to send to school a child of whom ho was guardian. Defendant pleaded guilty, Baying that his wife was ill and the child was kept at hotuo to help in the house.—Fined 2/. Samo v. P. Vogol,—Defondaat did not appear.—Fined 2/. DBBT CASE. II. P. Johnson v. Claronco Carkcok (default summons).—Claim for .£4/15/ for goods sold and delivered. Mr Hood ap peared for complainant. No notico of j defence was filed.—An order was made j for amount claimed, with 15/ft costs. j LANGUAGE, Georgo M'Voan was charged by the police with using obsceno languago at [ Corryong on 18th July. Mr Hood ap i pearcd for defendant, and pleaded guilty. Constable Hibberd deposed that on tho evening of 18th nit. he saw defendant near tho Corryong Hotel bar door. He used obscono language (handed in in writing). To Mr Hood—Thero were no women...
RATEPAYERS' MEETING. CORRYONG RIDING REPRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 6 August 1914
K.VTJIPAVKKS^ illEGTIiVG. CORRYONG RIDING REPRESENTATION. A mooting of ratep.ipers convened by the Progress Association was hold in the Athen ffium Hall on Thursday afternoon to discuss tho olection of a representative for the Cor ryong Biding at the forthcoming elections. About thirty ratepayers were present. i Mr A. Harris (chairman of the Associ ation) occupied the chair, and explained tho object of tho meeting. The retiring coun cillor (Mr H. Nankervis) had informed the : Association that he was not anxious to retain, the seat. He had si ce announced however ' that bo was coming forward. Mr A. Bartlett corroborated the chairman's remarks. Mr Nankervis had not been at alt , definite in hi3 remarks to the Association, ! and it was thought advisable to call a meet ing to discuss the question. For his own part, the speaker said he was not tied to sitting members if a man came out whom he thought would do more for the town and district Mr M'Donough Baid he understood that there wa3 n...
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 6 August 1914
SPOHTfXG NOTES. Sol, Greer: is not applying for registra tion an a bookmaker during the coming se:won, ii* lie in retiring from the ring. A Cuneiform—Gold i>cU colt, Wedge wood, has recently been sold by Mr W. Bla;,i,of Cnd^ewa, to Mr Allan Pnr-^. Mr Purss U pulling the horse into active training at once. The buy ^eldiri^ Kiltarest, by Pi.-itol (imp.)—Ke-tutl, was relumed to hi* owner, \\\ Ukiir, last we«>k by the trainer, J. O'-Ucally. Riflere&lt;t ha-? ^dren a lot of trouble with hi* legs, and has not shown his true form lately. Bookmakers who operate in India under the Calcutta Turf Club must, it is stated, lod^e iiiiOOO with that institution, as guar antee of their bona fides, ami, iu addition, are required to furnish an approved guar antee fur a similar .sum. In a sprint at Flemington n few morn ings ago, Trafalgar, ridden by J. O'Kielly, proved that he still retains all his pace. He galloped three furlongs on the sand, ami beginning smartly he concluded with out,...
TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 6 August 1914
TOWOttG all IKE COUNCIL. Tho monthly meeting of the above body was held at TaUangatsa on Monday last, Cra Cronin and Dobinson attending from tho local riding. Regarding a complaint by W. M'Vban that tho creek wa3 washing away tho road at Thougla, the engineer was instructed to cat a point to divert the creek. Tho engineer reported that he had surveyed the road near C. Wind's property, and tho track now used is on the road. W. Phillips' tender of £20 was accepted tor timber for Jeromal and Kiell's Brilges. Tho sum of £10 was passed to W. ll'Innes for clearing on Harrington's track. Inspector Murphy's resignation was. accepted, and applications invited for the position at a salary of £150 per annum and 20 per cent, of dog fees. Tho engineer reported favorably on a water supply for Corryong from Corryong Creek,, and tho report is to bo sent to the Corryong. Progress Association. At Cr Cronin's instance applications an> being invited for the position of pouudkeeper at Corryong.
MEUTUM IN NUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 6 August 1914
umif/s'EMi! 3>j r» i Wodonga horse sale on 12t h inst. A.W.N.I«. Salmagundi nwl Wednesday evening. See advt. Sale of dairy herd at the Corryony sale yards 011 29th inst. Sue advt. Ladie-i' meeting in LMniiectii'm with forth coming Hospital li;;ll nest. Monday. Extensive clearing .sale ac Tal^arno to-day, on areount of Me.-^rs Jirooine iiro*. Corryou-j school committee invite lenders for fencing. Tenders are returnable to day. Application^ for portion of caretaker for Corryong Athenrcum cloae on Monday next. Mr A. Yenner, hairdresser, announces elsewhere his price* for ghu viug and hair- 1 cutting. See advt. ! Corryon;* tJarU trustees invite render* ! for fencing. Tenders to l.o in by six p.m. on Saturday nest. Sue advt.
THE DRINK QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 6 August 1914
THE DUJKK. QUESTION. Drunkenness, whether troatcd as a crimo or (is a disease (says the Leader), presents difficulties almost insuperable). Guol is no remedy, to ripply to this subject a very notable saying, for ex perience shows that punishmont has raroly any deterrent influence. Tho habitual drunkard is impervious to nny perstiaaion of thia character, and siuli3 lower and lower in moral degradation, until ho accepts the lockup 01 prison cell as a natural and ineviublo co.'iMSquonce. As aoou as he obtains his release, ho roaumos hia customary habit and tho old process ia rupoated. The uiodicnl profession has accepted the conclusion that tho craving for drink is a symptom of disoaso, some times a lcgficy of inheritance, at othors, solf-iuducud through an exocsa of abandon ment. But the eradication of thia desire is not easy of attainment. Total abstinence may be olljetuiil if thoro is n sufficiency of will power to soetiro its onforcuuient, but unfortunately this re quirement is sel...
FOOTBALL. U.M.F.A. PREMIERSHIP. THE FINAL MATCH. WON BY CUDGEWA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 6 August 1914
FOOTRAB.L. U.M.F.A. 1'HEMIEKSHIl'. THE FINAL MATCH. WON BY CUDGEWA. There was a large attendance of the public at Knight's (Jval on Saturday hint, when tile Cudgewa and KetIor.il teams met in the final match for the U.M.F.A. frenii.-rship. Tile hums had played a draw ill tlieir previous meeting, and great interest \va« taken in '.he gun;. The per fonni'l '•] the te n.)- mi, ,u follow* .-— Cudgewa.—\V. Sharp (captain), lid., Kr. 1\S'wirp. O. and 1.. tiui lpiirey, liric hitehead, .1. M'Kenzio, ii. Naukcrvia, IJ. j'ud K liriggs, A. and F. Thomas, S. arm I*, ij. Carkeck, A. liuss and D. f.and. Federals. — Clem, llili (captain), Col. Jill, A. and \V. Mildren, P. and,). White head, Juiteris, A. Evau.», G. Al-Voan, Otty. Jar.'i';, Vogel, A. I'aton, Nugent, I K AS'Kende, Klicatlier and j. and'"'iV [ Murrell. ! The game opened with fast aud even j)laj ni llie centre and on the tower wiu,r, I neither Il-iuu luivijj^ :«ny | Cudgewa u'a - lir.st, to .score, K. Humphrey raising one Hag from a sc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 6 August 1914
Public Notice. The Winter Season's . . Goods . . NOW ON SHOW AT LMPBELL ^LL DEPARTMENTS are well stocked up in the Latest and Newest Shapes, Styles and Designs possible. The Ladies have been well catered lor. A fine range of Dresses, Blousings, Golfers' Skirts, Blouses, Underclothing, also the famous D. and A. Corset, made . f* in three distinct shapes for small, medium and stout figures, advertised in all leading papers. . * yy ^ vjfy. Ladies' and Children's Boots and Shoes, in all the newest and latest shapes and styles—a very fine range to select from. The Men and Boys have not b^en overlooked. The Clothing Department is teeming with the best range of Over coats, Suits, Trousers, Shirts, Pyjamas, Ties and Boots. Patterns, designs and shapes of the latest and best. , See the new "Converto" Overcoats, two distinct styles in one coat. Hats and Caps in large assortment of the latest shapes and colors. Oilskins in black and brown by the best makers. Don't forget to see our values in B...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 6 August 1914
i'llltlic Nolicrs. CORKYONG-. .^y;; E. e. knight EREHY notifies that lie Him taken over tlio above well known hotel, and hopei by strict attention to the requirements oi patrons urnl keeping only tho best brands of liquors to merit u continuance of the support accorded his predecessor. ■Thirst-class Billiard Table, murker in attendance. Every attention paid to requirements ot Tourists and Travellers. GOOD GRAZING PADDOCKS & STABLING. Stopping place for CRAWFORD & CO.'S COACHES, wliich leave this hotel daily (Sundays excepted) for Tallangatta. The few Coffee Palace, MISS E. E. HILL, PROPRIETRESS. f|HE ABOVE well known house ot accommodation has been renovated through out, and patrons may roly upon their requirements receiving every attention. . Seasonable tariff. Two tables. Piano. Bath. Good Stabling. Wkll Equipped Billiard Room. Efhiciknt .Marker. KS* HAIRDRESSER'S oALOON ou tho premises. Tintaldba Hotel. F. P. Lucas, Licensee. •First-class Accommodation for Travell...
THE Corryong Courier. THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 6 August 1914
TUB / QToriuum# GFmti^r. ■THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1914. For thfl causo that lucks ftsaUtuncb, For tho wrongs that need resist;mco, For the future in the disuse, And tho good that wo can do. The official announcement that Great Britain has declared war against Germany, which was re ceived by the Prime Minister (Mr Cook)" yesterday and communi cated to the State Premiers sweeps away the last hope that Britain would be able to refrain trom active participation in the European em broglio. With France and Russia both engaged, it was difficult to see how Britain was going to re main neutral, for any improve ment in Germany's position would have created an intolerable situ ation later on. In one way it is a relief to know that the die is cast, and we now know where we are. Accident.—Charles Murphy, aged 56, an old resident of this district, is at present an inmate of Albury Hospital. Ho sustained a fracture of several ribs recently through being jammed against a gate by his horse. Aw. Nation's...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 6 August 1914
CIIUItCH NOTICES. DIVTNE Services will bo held on Sunday next as follow:— Presbyterian Church. Wahva, 11 n.m. ; Tintaldra, 3 p.m. ; Corryong, 7 p.m.—Key. J. C. Coultor. Chtikch ok England, Corryong (children's service, 10.30 a.m.), 11 a.m. ; Cudgewa, 3 p.m. ; Colao Colno, 7 p.m.—Rev. F. H. Peako, Th.L. Methodist Oiidkcii. Cudjjowa, 11 n.m. and 7 p.m. ; Bor rinfiarna, 3 p.m.—Me W. H. Collow.
THE UPPER MURRAY RAILWAY. LARGE NUMBERS OF MEN PUT OFF. WORK PRACTICALLY HUNG UP. DISCUSSION IN PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 6 August 1914
_ thk irs'i"jjte iviuicieay KA1S.WAI'. LARGE NUMUUliS OF MEN PUT OFF. WORK PRACTICALLY HUNG UP. DISCUSSION IN PARLIAMENT. During fcho past fortnight a large number of men employed on the-.Upper Murray Railway fionatruction works have been put off, and the work is practically hung up. Tho matter was brought up iu the legislative Assembly on Thursday, when the following discussion took place (Hansard):— Mr lilmslio.—During this morning I received several communications from men employed on railway construction works in the Talbuigatta district. It is stilted in them that, although 800 men have b«on employed 011 the railway line, there nro now only about 150. I will read one of the letters I have received, bo that tho .Minister for ltailways can mnke inquiries about it. Mr M.'tekinnou.—What is tho date of the letter ? Mr Ehuslie.—2(5th July. The letter is as follows :— Railway Construction Camp, Tullangatta, July aiHh.—Deur Sir—I v.-i-h to draw your attention to tho wholc'siila iHschar...
THE RAINFALL. THE YEAHS' RECORDS. Following are the records of the rainfall for 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912 and 1913:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 6 August 1914
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"THE MAN FROM SNOWY RIVER." [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 6 August 1914
"■a'aiis iiias FJtom.ssowv iSIVCiEt." In reference to .1 recent obituary notiee on John Riley, of Tom liroggin, "An Old Hand on Monaro" writes as follows in the issue of '-i7t.il ult. of the "Cooma Mer cury" :— In your issue of Monday last there ap pears ail obituary notice of John Kiley, who ii. is stated was the original of 1'at terson's "Mail from Snowy liiver." How many are there who claim to have been the one who inspired those lines? About half a dozen have died, and dozen* are slill living who claim this distinction, bike heroes in romance, 1 think '-The Man from Snowy Kiver" was a myth. Jiut if anyone was entitled to that dis tinction it was not Kiley, lor in his young days there were men on the Snowy Kiver who could loai; Jack ill rou^'h country, and lie never could ride a Uuckjuuiper. There are numbers who can vouch for what 1 as sert is true. I do not wish to detract any thing from his horsemanship, hut Kiley at 50 years was'a better rider than at 125, strange as this may...
YOUNGHUSBAND ROW AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 6 August 1914
VODN'QHDSBAND, BOW AND CO. Report having held their usual fortnightly sale of fat and store Btock at thoir Wo donga yards on 28th July, when they of fered 420 fat and store cuttle, to a gooil attendance of buyers. Quotations Bullocks, to £11/10/ ; others, to £10 ; fat Btoera, to i.'y/7/O ; cows, to i!10/lU/; vealers, to £5/5/ ; bullous, -X-yrs.-old, to £9/12/ ; springers, to £9/5/.
WODONGA MARKET. DALGETY AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 6 August 1914
WODONGA MARKET. DALGETY AND CO. Report holding their fortnightly market at their Wodonga yards on 28th July, when there was a rathor largo yiirding of store cattle, and a small supply of fiu cattle. They quote :—Bullocks, to £.11 / 2/6 ; others, to -E9/15/ ; heifers and cows, to .£7/6/ ; vealere, to -t'3/10/; bullocks, 4-yrs.-old, to £0/18/ ; springers, to £8/10/.