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MULTUM IN NUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 13 August 1914

hiJJs/a'nti s.-s nsjci-;. Walwa market next Thursday. The total co-t of the recent Balkan? War was >,ui;u. Mr L. LeuvUle (late of Talian^atta) an nounce cNjwhere that no ua^ opened a 11:tir< 1 ro.-s111-_c ami tobacconist ^aloou in the uitl I'o-i Olliee, next d.oor to Mm M'CYJly, Cuvryiui^, ami tni^u to receive a share of patronage. His price-; j-ro sixpence all round. A conference of I'orth governing bodies has been considering a proposal for the establishment of bat roosts, for the pre paration uf bats, to destroy mosquitoes. An oner has been received to build oaa roost aud stock if. with -*,000 insectivorous grey bat*, on the understanding thai if the experiment H successful at. the end of three months, £J0'» will be paid. The bats are to be imported from Italy. It has been decided to secure a sample bat ami suinuit it to an export to decide whether it U likely to become obnoxious, .In reference to the racehorse Killerest, Mr 1). IUair (Waugaratta) writes in a recent...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 13 August 1914

PUIISS—EADE. On Friday, 24th ult., a wedding Wfl9 celebrated tit the Church of England, Cor ryong, by the Rev. F. II. JL'eufce, between Mr Ueorqe Pursn, third son of Mr Wil liam I'ur^s, of Wal.va, and Grace, second d'Ui<»htur of Mr William Eado, at Colac Cylac. Miss Elsie Hilda was bridesmaid, and Mr Jatues Eade bout man. Tim wedding breakfast was at the borne of the bride's parents. The voting couple subsequently loft for Albury on thoir honeymoon. O'KEEFFE—PURSS. On 'Wednesday, 29th nit., Mr William Purss' second daughter, Elsio, was mar ried to Mr John O'Keeile, of Wuhvu, at the Church of England, Oermftntou. 'Tho bride ,vas tastefully eittired in a gown of creLue silk and lace, and wore a wreath and veil- She was attended by her sister, Miss Maggio Purss, us bridesmaid, and Mr Weir iiaima was best man. After the ceremony breakfast was partaken of at the bride's sister resilience (Mrs W. J. Clyde). Mr and Mrs O'KeMfe if)ft by the afternoon train for Melbourne).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 13 August 1914

Public I¥oti<:<:. ■pT f «*&> J. J. Q> fJf ¥7l f F>0 f5> r-^o&L^r^o c® <*y^; "s01 ^Yiders, a^: >U»I jl 1 -«*—c OREYON G.-—** THE EE ST ASSORTED STOCK IN VICTORIA. ILW AYE pleasure in announcing the I A opening up of a splendid stock of the latest designs in Ladies' Children's and Gents.' Clothing. A beautiful stock of Ladies' Millinery, Mantles and Underclothing. Look out for Bargains for CASE right through THIS MOUTH in Drapery, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Furniture and Bedding'. The stock must be sold at any price to make room for NSW GOODS arriving in September. We are fully stocked up in GROCERIES (only best brands kept) TEA, 8d per lb. Better value than tea-agents give. Choice stock of Wines, Spirits and Ales, the best. The lowest cash pries list in Gcrryong, prices on application. We allow no one to undersell us. CROCKERY IRONMONGERY GLASSWARE TIMBER BOORS SASHES CEMENT LIME Bunyip Rabbit Traps now 6n hand. WINE...

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GENERAL NEWS. MELBOURNE, Yesterday. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 13 August 1914

GBNEEAL NEWS. Melbourne, Yesterday. I The Germans are still being held back at Liege, where the forts are in possession of the Belgians. The Germans are preparing a new assault on the forts, and siege guns are being brought into position. - Experts con sider that the forts cannot long with stand the siege guns, which throw pro jectiles up to 3101bs. in weight, The German rifle-shooting was very aocurate, and some of the Belgian de tachments have been practically de pleted of officers, who were wearing a distinctive headdress and were picked off. ■ Prince Frederick William, of liippn, Colonel of German infantry, and his son were both killed in the bailie with the Belgians. A great battle 13 impending between the French and German forces in Alsace. Both armio3 are taking their positions. Austria ia withdrawing troops from Servia and sending reinforcements to help Germany in Alsace. German troops are endeavoring to inuuclate the Sielle Valley (tributary of the Moselle) to cheek the Fre...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 13 August 1914

■jrowpivt"; MHSiEtK coijnuji... The ordinary monthly mooting of abovo body wiu hoUl on Monday, ftfil iiwt., at t.!11• Council Chambers, Tallanyattu. Tho following members* were prosunt, viz., I Grs Irvine (president). JK.nuh, Faton, Tubin, Dobinson, Lobbim, 'lJfindley, Scobie, Catdwoll and Cronin. Minnt'-H of previous mnetm; wore rem and confirmed. COHHKSI'-'INDKNCE. Acting Posttiuwtor-Uoiiorul wrote, slat- , inn that infraction.) h»vo been nmed tor . erection of horse-hitching posts m front | of TulUngatta pojt-ofdco. Heecived. , Governor of Commonwealth JJanl.. wioto ro louus to municipalities and similar bodies, full information concern in;; which couhl bo lmd on application — Received. Commissioner of Twos informed Coun cil that about 000 valuations had boon received for the Mitla Mitta Hulu>3. and these eotild be supplied (or ..pprosunilt\> Mid.—Secretary stated that mf Mi t'i tti.iing there are approximately J00 hob in^, including roads ana Tobin did not nee why the!ihir...

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THE WAR. SPECIAL CABLE SERVICE. FIERCE FIGHTING IN BELGIUM AND ALSACE. GERMANS ENTER LIEGE, BUT FORTS STILL HELD BY BELGIUM. LIBERAL OFFERS OF SUPPLIES FROM CANADA. GERMAN WARSHIPS TAKE SHELTER IN DARDANELLES. PRINCE LIPPE AND SON KILLED. GERMAN OUTRAGES IN KALISZ. DECISIVE BATTLE EXPECTED IN ALSACE. JAPAN MAY TAKE ACTION AGAINST GERMANY. HEAVY GERMAN LOSSES AT LIEGE. NORTH SEA HELD BY BRITISH NAVY. [PER REUTERS.] LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 13 August 1914

SPECIAL CABLE SERVICE. FIERCE FIGHTING IN BELGIUM AND ALSACE. GERMANS ENTER LIEGE, BUT FORTS STILL HELD BY BELGIUM. LIBERAL OFFERS OF SUPPLIES FROM CANADA. GERMAN WARSHIPS TAKE SHELTER IN DARDANELLES. PRINCE LIPPE AND SON KILLED. GERMAN OUTRAGES IN KALISZ. DECISIVE BATTLE EXPECTED IN ALSACE. JAPAN MAY TAKE ACTION AGAINST GERMANY. HEAVY GERMAN LOSSES AT LIEGE. NORTH SEA HELD BY BRITISH NAVY. ~ '-T[P^'IT''RB'UTERBO LONDON,'Tuesday. Press Bureau has circulated the following news Austrians are advancing from Craoow towards Kebce. Consul at Shanghai reports no British vessels molested to ninth inst. ■ Unconfirmed reports state the small forts at Liege have been captured. One fort, apparently silent, when German infautry ad vanced hailed bullets on them and they were driven back. Two explosions occurred in a German; baker's shop at Eastham, and seven persons were injured, including three women, i The King and Queen motored to Aldershot and made complete tour, receiv ing a great ovation ev...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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THE INCOME TAX. THE CURRENT RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 13 August 1914

TIIE INCOME TAX. THE CURRENT RATES. 'Personal From Exertion. Property. Every £1 up to £500 3d ... 6(1 An exemption of £200 is allowed., No]u:rson whose income from personal exertion and property did not exceed £200 sliall'bti liable.to tax., : ■ The rates for companies are 8d for life assurance companies an.l 7d for otliers. £300 to £1,000 £1,000 to £1,500 Over £1,500 4(1 5(1 6d 8d 10(1 12d

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 13 August 1914

Public Notice. FOLLOWING :— Row's Embrocation Elliman's Embrocation Solomon Solution Ayer's Hair Vigor Plasmon Irish Moss G-reathead's Mixture Hypol Frew's Domino Liniment Liquid Peptonoids Kay's Essence Ayer's Sarsaparilla Chloride of Lime Condy's Fluid Condy's Crystals Sheldon's New Discovery Fluid Magnesia Citrate Magnesia Stearne's Headache Wafers Dr. Kelmo's Eye Lotion Cascara Sagrada Porous Plasters Morton's Sedleitz Powders Mai tine Scrubb's Ammonia Sheldon's Liuiment Eno's Fruit Salts Jayne's Expectorant Eucalyptus White Pine Cough Syrup Jayne's Liniment Seigel's Syrup Hearne's-Bronchitis Cure Sparklet Bulbs • " Bay Rum 1 Lavcnder'Hair Wash Beetham's Glycerine and Cu cumber (xlycerino Vaseline Bottles Petroleum Jolly . ... - Cod Liver Oil Carbolic Oil Barry's Tricopheroua Angier's Emulsion Scott's Emulsion Clement's Tonic Menthol Cones Marking Ink Cascara Pills Williams' Liver Pills : Cockle's Pills ' Weston's Magic Pills Doan's Dinner Pills Doan's Backache Pills Beecham's P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 13 August 1914

Maudio pouted much at Bortie, . To bis groat surprise , P'raps she'd heard of him and Gertio Swapping gladsome eyes. Bat the thing that did upset hor, Made her glum and dour, Was that J3ort had dared forgot her Great Peppermint Cure. Stud Noliccs. rTlO'STAND this season nt ''Rosobttnk," Towong— THE THOROUGHBRED STALLION SHARPSHOOTER. SHARPSHOOTER (14), ch h (bred in Now Zealand), 1906, brother to Windwhistlc and •Signalman, by Clanranald (son of St. Loger, and a successful sire) from Weathorcyo, by Maxim (a champion, and son of Musket) from Galatea (sister to Pygmalion and Teredo), by Apromont from Nautilus (sistor to Watorsprito, the third dam of Aborigine, Maori King. King Billy, Aj.), by Traducer from Waterwitch (dam of Natator), by Cam den from Mermaid (imp. dam of Lurline,' Le Loup, Malice, etc.), by King T m. Winner of the Canterbury J.C. Middle Park Plate, Cressy Welter, Champaqne Stakes, Wellington M« r.v-: Vv.-U..t. \Via wetu Handicap. Wilh.-.m.u.j.vn Handicap, Sandown Hand...

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THE TALLANGATTA TRAIN SERVICE. The following is the existing time table for trains leaving Tallangatta:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 13 August 1914

TIIE TP A IMxYiViJ Atr'fi'A H'SSAIKI SBfiSVIItJE. Tlio following is the existing time table for trains leaving Tallungatta:— Monday ... ... 10.45 a.m. Tuesday... ... .8.30 a.m. Wednesday ... 10.45 a.m. Thursday 6.50 a.m. Friday ... ■ ... 10.45 a.m. Saturday V ... 6.50 a.m.

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THE INCOME TAX. THE CURRENT RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 20 August 1914

'FlaK TAX TIIE CUKLIKNT KATES. IVrnniuU From Kxerlioji. Property. Jv.-ciy £1 np (<>£.10;) ;iit 0*1 .CfjUii 10 £I.U<><» -hi ... Sd C ] ,0110 ! o £ 1,500 f>d ... KM Over £1,.">00 (ill ... 1:M .An exemplion of X-Ofl is allowed. 2S(> person whose im-ome from personal exertion ami properly did not exeejd £1300 shall he liable Lo tax. The rates tor eompunies are Sd for life assurance eompanie* and 7d for others.

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THE SUB-TREASURY. Mr A. O'Leary. receiver and paymaster, supplies as with the following list for public information:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 20 August 1914

TSSK K4ISfc.TraSK.\.«JKV. Mr A. <)'Le;iry. receiver and piv- j muster, supplies ns with ilie tu!lowiiV> j I list for public information :— ! Aceoiim.- awaking 1'aynnnt. — A. Albert. \V. H. Uadd. J. Lord, J. Tobiu, \\ . PeA, Konsseau, J. licardn-.on, M. Mitchell and Kulfe, S. Levy and Roife, C'irryoni; Agricultural Society (.>), W. II. I!ryant, C'ri.-ylands Cheese Fac tory. J C. A. Schneider. Licence:; fur Delivery.—M. O'Reilly, jr. Lease fur Krcuailion.—X Horlin. Leases fur Delivery.—G. Lord. G. C. Smith. Ji. Jellcott, jr., J. II. li. Kendall. Crown Grants for Delivery. — 1'. Cunningham. Mitta Mitta Mechanics Institute, L. Moncrieif, E. Smith, D. O'Neill, jr.

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STATISTSCAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 20 August 1914

STATISTSCAL SUH1MASSV. The following approximate particulars of the urea, population and production of thesis European Powers find~ Australia . will be found interesting for purposes of 'comparison. The ureas are {jivori in. thousands of square miles. In the other columns the liumbors ore millionti, arid represent the latest count in Mock and the annual yields of grain in bushels and of potatoes in tons. : W .Q ►> ' W ' S . c *C §[ c p 1 n §* 5* ' a "r3 SL 5* Area. . 121 208 4J07 201 6,000 110 2,'JOO Pop. 40 05 30 51 107 31 5 florsos . 2 •1 3 4 31 1 2 Cuttlo. . 12 20 M 16 53 G 11 Sh-?op, 30 7 10 11 81 11 S3 Wheat. ♦ (U 150 301 100 •115 200 71 Oats. . 102 •135 300 200 71G 33 9 !i:».rh?y. . 5* 110 •17 110 •117 10 o PutatOOa 7 12 10 31 I j.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 20 August 1914

SJml Wotici'S. rpo STAND this season at ''Rosebanlc," Tou'ong— THE THORQOGIIBRED STALLION SHASPSHQOTEK (14). Sire : CLAN1UNALD (1), by St. Lci;cr (3), soil of Donbaster (5), son of Stoclnvoll (3), from Scotch Lassie (imp.), by Scottish Chief (12), from Hosetto, by Lord Lyon (1), son of Stocl:wcll (3). \ Dam : WEA.TnEI\EYE, by Maxim (12), son of Musket (S), from fi.alu.tca (sister to , l'ygijialion), by Apremont (3), from Nau tilus, by Traducer, (20), from ■ Watcrwitch " (dnm of Nfttator), by Camilon (17) (half • brother - to Yattendon), : from Mermaid, imp. ((lijui of Lurline, Lo Loup, etc.), by King Tom (3), from Watorwitch,' by The l-'lying Dutchman (3). , Sharpshooter is a blood brother to Broad sword, ono of the most brilliant gallopers in Australia, and whose feo at tho stud is 30 giiim as. Winner of tho Canterbury J.C. Middle Park Plate, Cressy Welter, Dunedin Champagne Stakes, Wellington Meirose Welter. Wia wetn Handicap. Williamstown Ilandieap, Sundown Handicap, Port Adelaid...

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TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. MEETING DATES FOR 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 20 August 1914

Toivojic Nils<;«ojrv<t;Dif-.. I MEETING PATLCS FOU 15.M, August 3rd f>i1d ."1st. September 28th. October, nil. November 2nd and 80th,

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 20 August 1914

GENERAL NEWS. London, Monday.—Donohoe, "Daily Chronicle" correspondent, telegraph ing from Brussells, states that an out- ' post aflair occurred near Louvain on ! Sunday afternoon. The German ad vance guard wore Belgian gendarmes' uniform, which enabled them to ap proach close to the Belgian outposts and pour in a deadly volley. The Belgian cavalry quickly recovered their momentary confusion, and charged the Germans advance guard, who fled leaving the dragoons and hussars to bear the brunt of the charge. German machine guns opened on the Belgians, who were in a dan gerous position until a half battery of artillery got into position and opened shrapnel (ire on the Germans. Being without cover, the Germans were thrown into disorder aud fled pell-mell pursued by the Belgian cavalry. Brussells, Monday.—The French wing at Dimwit, outnumbered by the Germans fourfold, was badly out up, and was on the point of breakiug when some of the troops started to sing the "Marseillaise," aud the Fren...

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AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 20 August 1914

AUGUST. Total C;01 in [Total for year to date .. 12-oiin.]

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JAPAN AND GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 20 August 1914

JAPAN AND GERMANY. Japan is within her legal right9 (says tbo Age) in sending an ultimatum to Germany. Tlio Anjjlo-Jnpiuiese treaty provides that llio allies shall proceed to aid each other in tho event of hostilities taking place oast of Singapore. Japan will thoroughly relish the opportunity of doing tho Germans a bad turn. The Germans have made themselves greatly disliked in tho Far East. The Jupanc.su have not forgotten that it was at Germany'ti suggestion that Kussia con sented to take steps to turn tho Japanese out of their conquest of Port Arthur in J.855, and Russia, herself reluctant, brought tbo more reluctant France to join in depriving Japan of her prizo. So turning the Germans out of Kiao-Chau is to "remove causes of disturbance of thy peace in tho Far East." It is perfectly true that Germany has been fishing in troubled waters in China as elsewhere. Japan, no doubt, is perfectly serious in her intention. Tho question is, Whore are the Germans to retire to 1 It is to th...

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THE RAINFALL. The following local for the current year are supplied by Mr Playle:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 20 August 1914

tha-: Thu following loiml for tbo current year arc supplied i)y Mr — . January February March April May ♦Tunc July 0-02 2-ilS 2*7H 2-iyA o:n

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LINES SIXTY MILES LONG. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 20 August 1914

LINES SIXTY MILES LONG. Soldo conception of the size of an army corps of 50,000 men—and a German army corps is at least ud to this strongth—may bo gained from the fust that in column formation it would cover a distance of 55 to 60 miles from front to rear without its train transport. Assuming a marching rate of 15 miles a day, such a force would tako four days to pass a given point. In order to make possible tlio maintenance of a largo body like this, tis well as to provido for its rapid deployment, it has to advanco on us broad a front as possible, and utiliso all the availablo roads. The late Colonel Henderson placed the facts which mako lor successful warfaro in the following order of importance—fir6t and foremost, movement, then supply, then destruction, and lastly inter-communi cation and observation. The golden rule of war is the concentration of suporior strength, physical and moral, at the decisive point, at tho decisive time ; and with the enormous increase in tho sizo of a...

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