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THE SUB-TREASURY. Mr A. O'Leary, receiver and paymaster, supplies us with the following list for public information:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 13 August 1914
. ' TUB SUB-'l'SSEASUBEY. Mr A. O'Leary, receiver and pay master, supplies us with the following list for public information :— Accounts awaiting Payment. — A. Albert, W. H. Gadd, J. Lord, J. Tobin, W. Peck, E. Rousseau, J. Heardmon, M. Mitchell and Rolfe, S. Levy and Rolfe, Corryong Agricultural Society (2), W. H. Bryant,.Croylauds Cheese Fac tory, J, C. A. Schneider. Licences for Delivery.—M. O'Reilly, jr. Lease'for Execution.—J. Hortln. Leases for Delivery.—G. Lord. G. C. Smith, E. Jaffcott, jr., J. H. E. Kendall. '' Crown Grants for Delivery. — P. Cunningham, Mitta Mitta Mechanics Institute. L. Moncrieff, E. Smith, D. O'Neill, jr.
GOLF. A mixed foursemos match was played on the Corryong links on Wednesday, 5th inst., with the following results:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 13 August 1914
A mixod fourscmos match was played on tho Corryonp; links on Wednesday, 5th I itisl,, with tho following results :— | JiiKor and Mrs Dalgety, 43, 14, 29 ; [ Forsiuuv unci Mis? Grccnlinui, 50, 13, 37 ; Nethorcoto imd Miss L>. Greoiiliill, 47, 9,. iiS ; Entwislo an;1 Mrs EtUwisle, 40, 7, Ij'.' ; Jjoucbtr; :uul Ii■ ■ M. W;uer3,55,14, •11 ; Parsluw ;u;il Mrs C.unplii>ll, 55, 12, 43 ; Burko umi Mrs Acucks, 57, 12, 45 ; Andersou aud Miss Lihou, 59, 14, 45,
ASSOCIATION EXPENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 13 August 1914
ASSOCIATION EXPENSES. Tbe lion, secretary of the U.M.F. Association (Mr J. ISIair) lma handed us a statement of receipts anil expenditure for the year for publication. The receipts totalled £14/5/and the expenses £13/0/4, leaving a credit balance of £1/4/8. The expenses are made up as follows :— Umpires' fees. White £5/17/6, Hamilton £3/16/ ; printing and advertising, £1/7/ ; registration fee, £1/1/6 ; stamps, &c., 9/6 ; debit balance from 1913, 8/10.
THE EMPIRE'S CALL. OUR DUTY AND OUR PRIVILEGE. AN APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 13 August 1914
THE EMPIRE'S CALL. OUR DUTY AND OUR PRIVILEGE. AN APPEAL. With tho grim, grey Wolves of War looso in tho North Sea, and tho great Powers of Europo lit oach others' throats, tho duty of the Dominions Oversea is clear—and splendidly aro tbey respond ing. Tho call of the Empire has brought all into line. Class, creed and faction aro swept o.sido by the great wave of en thusiasm with which tho Empiro swings to tho Common Cause. At such a timo as this ovory man worthy of tho name wishes to take his place, and givo practical expression to his patriotism —and ovory man has liis place and his work. All cannot take tho Firing Line, but all may render their sorvico in their own way, and a proposal comos oppor tunely in this regard. A resident of tho Oppor Murray (who prefers to remain anonymous) has lodgod with tho editor of tho Corryong Courier a chequo for i'oO, as tho nucleus of a fund to bo administered with tho following objects, viz., (a) To make appropriate recognition o£ aots of signa...
A.W.N. LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 13 August 1914
A.W.ft". 2LEAUUE. Tho annual mooting 0/ tho Corryong branch of tho A.NY.N. League wlu bold in tho Athemeiuu IInll, Corryoiig, on Friday afternoon, 7tH inst. About 90 membors woro present. Tlio following ollice-bearors wsrc elected :—President, Mrs Li. .Sheather ; vice-presuiutitH, Mrs H. G. Kiel! ami Mrs Nank-rvU ; treasurer, .Miss Attreo ; secretary, .Mrs Cronin ; committee, Mendames Jager, I'oaku, Eastlake, \V. Whitehead, Brings, Iaglis, Moore, E.iston, Dalgety, lJiirku, and the Misses AVinnio Waters, V. I'earc.-i, Phil lips, Taylor, Greenham ami (ireenhill. [rs Moody addressed the members 011 the political situation, and congratulated the members on the efficiency of thoir office-bearers and committee, and tho satisfactory report and balanc&lt;; sheet pre sented. Afternoon tea was afterwards par taken of, and musical items wcro ren dered by Mrs .J. Simpson, of >7ariel, Miss .M'Kunna, thu Misses Ethel and Corry I'i ivle and Cora llobinsnn. The hall wna .asieiiilly arran...
UPPER MURRAY RIFLE CLUB. THE THWAITES' TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 13 August 1914
UJ'i'Efi: ftlKJBSUAY EiJi-XE clues. THE THWAITES' TROPriY. Tim ropulta ot' the Thwaitos' trophy match, (iro given b'jlo'.v. It was fired on the Cml;;&lt;:v.v. anil Corryong ranges recently. TIm con ditions wcro sovea shot3 at GOOyds. unci 700yiia. OOOytln. 700yds. II'p. T'l. T. C. Davis 33 31 3 07 R. II. Crawford . 30 23 11 oi G. N. llawo3 25 27 9 iii J.B.Lloyd 21 25 12 01 G. Ti. Bailoy 27 28 5 00 H. Harris 32 25 3 00 H. Hamilton 20 21 12 59 E. Everurd 28 27 3 5a J. Ale-auder 29 22 7 58 R. L. Crawford . 21 19 10 53 H. Taylor 24 25 3 52 W. G. Davis 21 25 3 •19 H. A. Harris 13 28 4 45 J. A. Land 24 16 3 ■13 J. Q. lloss 2G 10 0 42 The secretary of the local Rifle Club (Mr H. Taylor) has received word that in the event of mobilisation bein^ ordered, the quota from this district will be attached to the fiOth Infantry and must report at the Drill Hall, Carlton. The secretary desires us to intimate to members that all matches are cancelled uutil further notice.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 13 August 1914
Public Noticc. The Winter Season's NOW ON SHOW AT J^LL DEPARTMENTS are well stocked up in the Latest and Newest Shapes, Styles and Designs possible. The Ladies have been well catered for. A fine range of Dresses, Blonsings, Golfers' Skirts, Blouses, Underclothing, also the famous D. and A. Corset, made in three distinct shapes for small, medium and stout figures, advertised in all leading papers. ® ® ® ® ® 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-been overlooked. The Clothing Department is teeming -with the best range of Over coats, Suits, Trousers, Shirts, Pyjamas, Ties and Boots. Patterns, desigus and shapes of the latest and best. ® ® ® ® ® i See the new "Converto" Overcoats, J . two distinct styles in one coat. Hats and Caps in large assortment of the' latest shapes and colors. Oilsldns in black and brown by the best makers. ® ® ® ® ® • Don't forget to see our va...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 13 August 1914
J'icSiE;*' ftoiioos. COB"R.Y ONG.__ ^ , E. E. KNIGHT r^^xCRjiJT tidlifies that hp. •lukcn :r.-Jr I'.w u-bjiv well known hotel,, mid hopes by strict attention to the reijiitrimarus of patrons anil keeping only the best brands of liquors to merit u continuance of the support accorded Ilia predecessor. First-class Billiard Tablo, murker in attendance. Every attention paid to requirements ol Tourists and Travellers. GOOD GRAZING PADDOCKS & STABLING. Stopping place for CRAW011D & CO.'S COACHES, which leave this hotel daily (Sundays excepted) for Tallan"atta. PlIK? PPlhOft Vi i J jg vvixiil/ £ SAiilil/Oi MISS E. E. HILL, PROPRIETRESS. f HE ABOVE well known house ot nccommodalion has been renovated through out, and patrons may rely upon their requirements receivia^ ovory attention, llansonable tariff. Two tables. Piano. Bath. Good Stabling. , Well Equipped'Billiaed Room. ' Ewiciknt Maukbr. CS* HAIRDRESSER'S oALOON on the promises. Tintaldra Hotel.1 f. P. Lucas, Licensee. Fi...
THE Corryong Courier. THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 13 August 1914
THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, I'M. For the cause that luuiis insi-rian^:, For the wrongs that need re.;i:U,i;ieu, For the future in the ihsU.M.-c, And tl'.i; ^aod tlv.t v,\- e.'.n do. Municipal Elections.—The annual municipal elections will be held this month throughout U10 state. The retiriug member for the Corryong riding is Or II. Nankervis, and he announces elsewhere that he is again a candidate. As there is no opposition Gc Ntiukervia will bo accorded a walk over. Dubiskss Change.—Mr N. Rngan, who has lilled the position of manager for Messrs &lt;). J. Phelps and (jo. at Corryong for tho past four years, an nounces that he is severing his connec tion with the firm. Mr Charles Kognn will hake bis father's place aa mauager _of the Corryong business. Walwa.—The sudden death o£ an infant was reported from Walwa yes terday. A little daughter of Mr Cheshire, of Guy's Forest, was seized with an attack of convulsions and expired in a few hours. No par ticulars aro to hand. Death oy an I...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 13 August 1914
Public Notice. THE Resident of tho District CAN AFFORD'to-do without his JDistriot News paper. It is tho only moans by vrlrioh tho pcoplo of tlio district can keep in touch with tho affairs in which they aro porsonally. interested. Tho City dailies and uyvklies aro all very U'eJl for thoso who to kcop posted upon affairs of State and of tho world. But docs not a comparatively trifling ovent in our own neighbourhood loom much larger in our eyes than the downfall of a uaJon on the otlie.r side of the world P Tho local- inowspaper that gives all the nows of rt-s ow-n toy/n anil District— all tlto doings of its peopie and tlic hap lK':11|r;r.« js therefore the New-spapor that holds first phico in tho regard of all who take a hc.iJ.thy interest in their surroundings. In addition to tire personal claim the district Newspaper possesses it gives \or.> re.il advantages Jn>ni a business standpoint. Whether in business in. t'ie town or on tho Jand it is of tho utmost importance to liave ...
NORTH-EASTERN RACING ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 13 August 1914
NOKTII-KAS'l'^i.:-. li\r:sa AS -OOI A': ION. A mcuf-inj.' of tJio committor of the Koi'tii-l£ast«;rn LU«lrU't Racing Association was licl.l at. W ;ui„Mr;it(;i on Saturday even ino» 1st in-a. Mr (!, Maxwell, jm^iilent, was in tIn; chair, arnl tliery was ;i full sit.* tendance of riJiiiiniitcfiijt'n. Mr H. 11. llu^hes, of l ho ^ Criieriun Hotel, Y'arra woii^n, wan :i]i|) )intcu stipendiary steward from a lar^t; uninher of applicant*. Mr Hughes, although now to Yartawon^a district, in well known to ihe racim.' public, having heiui an owner, amateur ridc-r find trainer. with an extensive cx)>i!rioneu. .Messrs Jlill, (if Mourouimn, ami .Ins. Tanner, ol Chiltern, were appointed Inuidieappers. The cunimiUiV also ^ranteu licrnijcs [:.) a lar^e number of bookmakers. Till! asseeiation has been established on a. sound basis, anil eltibs Iir.ve :if.i!i:Ueil freely. It promises to do mui-ligooil for racing j„ ;iu. XorUi-Kast. Mr 1'/. .T. iin.wn will have hi;? draught stallion Lord Nelson at. ...
POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe IsLand, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 13 August 1914
Postal rates amd regulations [Where the term "Tho Common wealth" is used in connection with these ratos and regulations it include:, "Papua, lord Iiowe IsLand, and Norfolk Island.J LETTERS. Jjor every J ounce or fraction thereof. I'or doli/ery within tlio Common wealth 0 1 For delivery in the British Iini „ Piro .. 0 1 For delivory in tho Now Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands .. 0 2 For delivory in other place,; .... 0 2} LETTER CAIIDS. I'or delivory within the Commonwealth: Single, Id. each; reply, Id. each half, ror delivery in tho British Empire (sec list of places under "Letters' )-—Sin gle, Id. each. For delivery in New Hebrides, Banks, ^ and Torres Islands—Single, 2d. each. For delivery in other places— Singlo, 2Jd. each. POST CAllDS. Single Postcards impressed with the Id. stamp, and Reply or double cards, pitch lmlf of which has the Id. stanm impressed thereon, may be transmitted to places within the Commonwealth, ant! to those places, enumerated tutdei "Lottcro," to which...
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 13 August 1914
SPORTING- NOTES. Mr G. Bradley, of Tumbarninba, has sold hia bay gelding Welumba (ilusketoon —Tessa) to a Sydney party. . ■ H : The horses Merri^ong and Qnedong, now trained by J no. O'Mcally at Wodonga, have been sebooled over hurdles, and jumped well. Mr' J. Ji. O'Brien, owner of Beragoon, heads the list of winning owners for the season just finished. Maister beads the list of winning sires. . ' Guncap won .the Australian Steeplechase at Caullield 011 Saturday, with Flash Jack hqcoiuI and Z;;phuron third." ' VVon .by sis lengths. Time,' 7ini«. oTjwjns C Lanfratie,' by1' SanFiancisco — Miss Gladys, and Indiscreet; by Positano—Dis grace, have'been purchased by Mr Kerry Pierce, of Wagga, who formerly owned the hurdleracer Widden. 1'.. In'France last year the proportion of the totalisator tas devoted to charitable institutions and to providing small town ships with pure drinking water and Ran itary improvements amounted to £240,000. The.Upper.Murray mare, Molly May, has been consigned...
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 — 13 August 1914
TTEI 0-: CXA 1 :"i FA L I. THE YEARS' RECOUPS. Following arc the reivr.'-&lt; of th'i nun f.ill for 1905. 1006, I'.-'OT, ICC-y, U'Ol',. 1910, 1911, 1912 nr.'! 1'jKi 00-83 03-63 iO-X8 Si-85 83-08 m-LZ 89-03 07-88 0i-08 Tfl-3 ST-P TS-e 003 ZL-0 ii 0 U-t 6fi-5 3T'-l •ooa Ci'O OZ-f 06-1 T8-8 T'J-0 Oi-I oi-a Oi-V Tfi-0 •AO KT ik-s TU-1 OM 1V-5 07-?, GH-l w,-i Ofl-8 6V-V •i-'b GOz no-!! 80-T nz oo r oo-a 83-T T'T-5' 08-3 •uloc. •JO 3 TO.5 fifi-0 sir, 05 'J 30-1 OF-3 80-3 30-T •Mny So-T ei'-G T'0-8 90 7 Ti T 8i-r, Of--8 08-5 A'titf CO« Ol-G 00 3 09-3 U-0 80-fi EG-T S'J-T c-i-0 ou;i[' fii-V 83 0 COZ 80?, ii; 7, 88 7, 06-0 '.'8-8 3A-7, £"\&lt;i to n 37-T oo-n 80-0 E-S-'-fi 8i-1 9T-r, Afl-t 00-1 |U(!v T-i-f' 80-1 J!l-I 00-7, ii:-;: T'W-0 TOT 88-9 iti-0 GO-1 00- C iO-!' no-1 EM 7-0-V 90-7. Si-0 81-T 09-3 l-l.O iO s 90 7, 81-1 ci-a 08-T 'UK T8-3 GIGI 3T6T ITCT OfOT COOT 8061 iOOT 0001 0001 Printed awl puUbliwlby A. T. liAIiTI-KTT, Solu l'ro]irii-tor, at the olliue, Hanson street...
PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 13 August 1914
P UBUl a ATI :>xs liKCEl VKU. "Kverylady's Journal" for Augusl, just to liiiinl from the publishers, Messrs Kkchett Jirorf., Melbourne, ban a number of special features, making upa^'ood issue. (iardenin^ for Women, Liberty of Aus tralian (.iirln, Housekeeping on tins Mail l>oats are special articles, in addition to which the usual departments are ".veil supplied. Between .January, li) ltf, and March, 1014, the Kreneli, Herman and Russian (.Govern ments increased their gold reserves by 137 millions.
UNNATURALIZED RESIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 13 August 1914
UNNATURALIZED RESIDENTS. Tho local polico have boon instructed to notify all Gorman nnva! and military ofikors, and reservists under tho u&lt;;o of 45 years who":iro not naturalised British subjects, that they must report daily to the police stations, failing which they will bo subject to arrest. Tho police also havo instrucuons to keep all Austriauss under surveillance.
ALBURY MARKET. DALGETY AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 13 August 1914
ALBURY MARKET. DALGETY AND CO." Report having held- their fortnightly market at the Albury municipal ynrdu on 4th iuBt., when th'oy yarded (3300 fat -and store sheep and 189 cattle. There wub a good attendance of buyers present. They quote Bullocks, to JG17/2/6; steers, to 0:9/10/ ; cows, to X'LO/17/. Crossbred W6thers, to 25/ [ crossbred ewes, to 20/ j merino wethers, to 20/:; morino ewes, to 17/ lambs, to 18/,; spring lambs, toll/; VODNGHDSDAND, ROW AND CO. Report having hold thoir usual fortnightly sale of fat and store stock at the Albury municipal yards on 4th inst., when they offered 50 fat cattle and 4300 fat and storo sheep.. The attoudauee of the trado was hardly up to tho average. Quotations :— Bullocks, to Jil7 ; light weight bullocks,; to ^9 ; oows, to -ID/12/vealers, to £4. Crossbred wethors, to 22/; Shropahires, to 81/; crossbred ewos, to. 21/6 ; merino wethers, to*, 19/6 ; merino ewes, to 14/6 ; lambs, to 17/.
THE MARKETS. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [BY WIRE.] Wednesday, 6 p.m. Messrs Mathieson and Davis, of St. James' Buildings, Williams-street, Melbourne, wire us as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 13 August 1914
THE MARKETS. MISLliOUUNK MARKETS. [JJy Wire.] Wednesdny, 0 p.m. Messrs llatliieson ami Davis, of St. James1 Buildings, Williams-stroot, Mol bourno, wire us as follows :— Fn6 Cattle.—1,910 yarded, comprising 800 from N.S.W., 850 from North East, ISO- from Gippsland, 50 from South Gippsland^ 250 from North, 150 from West, nnd 60 from King Island. BullooUe in most instances ruled 10/ higher, althonghjn some cases during tho day prices fluctuated to about last wock's level. Cows generally ruled 10/ to 15/ higher. Prime pons, of bullocks, 1'14/lu/ to £17 ; extra, to £18 ; odd beasts, to £23 ; good,.£12/15/ to £14 ; good, light nnd handy, £10 to £12/10/; seconds and inferior, £7. Prime pons of cows, -L'10 to £12; oxtra, to £12; odd boasts, to £12/15/ ; good, £8/10/ to £9/15/; others, from £5. Fat Calves. — 550 penned. Prloes wero unaltered. Fat Sheep. — 14,900 yarded. Tho yarding was within requirements, nnd, whilst early sales showed only a bare ro do vary from last week's doclina to clo...