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CORRESPONDENCE. THE CUDGEWA DAIRY COMPANY LIMITED. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 27 August 1914
COKICKSPOttiUKi'VCE. THE CUDGEWA DAIRY COMPANY LIMITED. TO TUK EIHTOIt OK Till! COURIER. Dear Sik,—A rumour in in circulation' that the butter factory will have to close down this season on account ,of the war, and, as some of our suppliers may bidievo it, I write to statu that nty directors have no intention of closing thu factory, but are continuing operations a* usual. Koeenc advice* from London state that the British Government in particulutly anxious that there shall b » no sionpa&lt;'&lt;.' in our exports of food uupplios, and '/very endeavour will bo made by the Common wealth Government to a laint our pro ducers in disposing of tin* produce. I enclose a lotu-r from the Company's A",lilt, Mr W. II. Hhu-ldmm, which will explain tho :;itu it ion.— -Vo'irs Ciitlifnily. A. W. AC0CK3, iriin.vi-.il-. Following in thu test of Mr lilucUhum'a letter :— It has boon ascertained, if not delin itoly arranged, that miflicient cool accom modation is available in Melbourne for...
THE CUDGEWA DAIRY COMPANY LIMITED. [SUPPLIED.] [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 27 August 1914
T«E OirfKiEWA SMlISYCO.fi [supplied.] Tho ordinary monthly mooting of directors of tho above company was hold (U tho manager's office, Corryong, on Thursdny last, whan tho following mom bors were present, viz., Messrs J. Miteholl (chairman), Bonnotts, Harris, Land and M'Eonzte, and tho manager. Minutes of provious meeting woro read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From W. H. Blackhatu and Co., agents, Melbourne, reporting sales in Melbourno —89 cases at 14d per lb., 25 cases at 13£d. —Received. From Suporintendent of Exports, Mel bourne, forwarding.form for notico of in tention to export butter.—Attended to. manager's report. Mr Acocks reportod as follows :— Mr Chairman and Gentlemen.—I havo to report that during tho four weeks end ing 8th August, 1914, the work of the company has been as follows:— Expenditure. Cream purchased, 18992lbs., yielding 70941bs. fat, at 1/, £354/14/ ; materials used and cartago, £34/10/ ; .wages, £40/10/; cream carting, ±'36; butter forward, £68.—Total expe...
THE SALMAGUNDI. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 27 August 1914
THE SALMAGUNDI. A novel entertainment in the form of a 1 Salmagundi, in aid of the funds of the A. W.N. League was held in the Athcmuum ; Hall, Corryon^, on llHh inst. There was a 1 good attendance, over J 00 people taking part , in the various competitions. The first prize, a doublo inkstand, donated by Mrs II. Kankervis, was won by Mrs fj. Sheather who scored 13 successes. Tho winner of the least number of games was Mrs JJurke. The two gentlemen's prizes were won by Messrs C. Sheather and Cyril Murphy, i/iay was kept up till 10 p.m., after which daucing was indulged in, a very enjoyabie evening being spent. The League desires to extend thanks to tho gentlemen who assisted at the game table3. The supper wus provided by the Jadies,
A.W.N. LEAGUE. [SUPPLIED.] [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 27 August 1914
A.W.N. E.EA«US3. faorPMKD.] A committee meeting of tho local branch of the Australian Women's National League was held ill the Athenuum Hall, Corryotij;, on Thursday, August :20th. Mrs L. Shuather (president) occupied the chair. A report and balance sheet of tho Sulmap.undi was pre sented, and was deemed very satisfactory. A vote of thanks to all who had a^isicd was passed, and two guineas from the proceed.! was donated to the Fatriotic Fund.
THE FEDERAL ELECTIONS. MR AHERN AT CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 27 August 1914
THE FKDRiSAI.. EJ-JJCTIOSS. MR All Ell NT AT COlUtYON'G. Mr 0- J. Ahorn, tho Liberal candidate for Indi, nddres"--od. tho doctors in llie Corryong Athemutim IIiill on Saturday evening. There ivns a large attendance, about 180 people being present, and the speaker was well received. Mr A. Harris, J.P., occupied tho chair, and introduced the candidate. Mr Ahorn said pooplo were moro con cerned at iho present tiuie with events outside of Australia than with local affairs. Tho European situation was of vital con corn to uli, and they knew no parties in the faoo of tho common enemy. (Ap plause.) Tho Empiro must bo protected and assisted to fulfil her obligations to tho nations of Europe. Disaster to tho Empire meant Australia's loss also, and the Government had dono right in offer ing support. Australia was sending an expeditionary forco of 20,000 moil and mobilising her land forces. They must not underestimate tho forces opposed to them, and in his opinion the war would last for twelve ...
THE P.L.C. BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 27 August 1914
'a'SlK SM..C. liALI,. A very successful hall under the auspices of ilie local branch of the Political Labor Council was held in the Atheiiasum Hall, Corryong. oil Friday night. There was a good attendance, about sixty couples being present, and a very enjoyable ni^lil was spent. Good music was provided by Miss Otty (piano) and Messrs \\ Crawford and R. Scammeli (violins), and .Mr F. Klippel was as eilicient as ever as Master of Cere monies, The catering was in I lie capable hands of Mrs IIill, and an excellent supper was supplied. The secretarial duties were ably earned out bv Messrs P. White and U. Urett. The hall was prettily decorated for the occasion, and every arrangement was made for the convenience and comfort ; of patrons. During the evening Mr J. I Jordan thanked the company on behalf of | thr committee for their liberal patronage, ! and announced that a donation from the proceeds would be made to the Cottage Hospital. [We have since been iuformed that the mat lirulit from ...
EARLIER NEWS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Evening. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 27 August 1914
EARLIER NEWS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Evening, LONDON, Monday. The I'resa Bureau states tliat the British forces were engaged all day on Sunday, and held their ground. They are in the neighborhood of Mons (about 40 miles south-west of Brussells). News has been received that the first line of defence at Niuuur has been taken by the Germans, necessitating the with drawal of portion of the Allies forces ■ from the line on the Sauibre to the original position on the French frontier. ^ -^Stwuiiei^.ttra^rtinniner regjllarly-.bctjveen /Denmark, arid Eiiglnndp,;aiid. traffic.! has been resumed from Rotterdam (Holland) to tnglarid. Southhampton cross-channel traffic has also been resumed. The Press Bureau announces that Earl Leven has been dangerously wounded. Sergt.-Major D. S. Jillings aud aviator capt. C. S. Akerman have also been wounded. The Press Bureau states that If amur has fallen. "The Evening Standard" states that refugees arrived from Germany say that there are persistent reports that...
THE WAR. SPECIAL CABLE SERVICE. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Evening. THE ALLIES AND GERMANS ENGAGED. FIGHTING SINCE SUNDAY NIGHT. REPORT OF NAMUR'S FALL UNCONFIRMED. SPEECH BY EARL KITCHENER. CANADA'S ENTHUSIASM. [PER REUTERS.] LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 27 August 1914
SPECIAL CABLE SERVICE. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Evening. THE ALLIES AND GERMANS ENGAGED. FIGHTING SINCE SUNDAY NIGHT. REPORT OF NAMUR'S FALL UNCONFIRMED. SPEECH BY EARL KITCHENER. CANADA'S ENTHUSIASM. [PER REUTERS.] LONDON, Tuesday] There is a mystery surrounding 'the position of Namur. No official news of _ its fall has yet been received. A Germua official announcement, published in Copenhagen, states that the Germans have captured five forts and the town, but four are still untaken. A body of Gendarmes had a sharp skirmish with ft troop of ICO German cavalry a few miles from Osteud. Five of the Gendarmes were killed, but the Germans were forced to retreat. Earl Kitchener, speaking in the House of Lords, said* if the war outlasted fchis term, of three years, others would take his place aud soo the matter through. They knew how deeply France appreciated Britain's prompt assistance at the very outset of the war. Had the conditions of strategy permitted, everyone would have rejoiced to se...
TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. MEETING DATES FOR 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 27 August 1914
- Towoau stiii:;; MEETING DATES FOR 1014. August 3rd and iilst. September'icith. October, nil. November *3n&lt;1 and SOili. Oh, merchant in this hour of cee, If on this papr-r you should cco, Take our advice, and now bo yyv, Go straightway out and adveitiii. You'll find tho project of some uuu ; Neglect can offer no ex&lt;i&lt;iq. Bp wisn at once prolong your daaa, A silent bu»ines soon dkkk. Printed and published by A. T. Kauti.ktt, Sole proprietor, at the olliee, llnnso: - sireet, L'orryong, in the State of Victoria,
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 27 August 1914
UEATSff &lt;»F TtlE S'OJ'E. His Holiness Pope Pius X died at the 'Vatican, Home, at u late hour on Wed nesday night, 19th inst., from bronchial catarrh. Pope Pius X was horn in IS35, and was in his 80th year. lie was eluded Pope in 1903. On the eve of his death Pope Pius issued an exhortation to the world, in which he charged Koman Catholics to opproach the Throne of Grace and pray to God "upcedily to remove the civil causes of the war, giving to those who rule to think thoughts of peace, not of affliction."
THE INCOME TAX. THE CURRENT RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 27 August 1914
Tilt: become 'bwx. THE CURRENT RATES. IVrsoiuil 1'rmn Kxertion. Property. Every CI ii]> to£500 :M ... (id Am L-Mi.ii.tiun of £-00 is allowed. No person whose inrome from personal; exertion .•mil property did not exeeed £:20O shall l.e li.il.le to lux. Tlie rates for companies are Sd for ii/s assurance companies and 7d for others. Lv.oo'to £1,000 £1,000 to £1,500 Over £1,500 4.1 r.d Ud Sd 10.1 l'id
LOCAL VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 27 August 1914
LOCAL VOLUNTEERS. Daring the past woek Messrs G. JetToris and T. Doughty, who lirvvo volunteored fot service in the war, left Corryong for Melbourne, to go into training. Mr Doughty has had three years' training in the field artillery. Mr 0. F. Graff and Mr Pollard, also left this week having both volunteered for oversea service. Mr Pollard is a reservist in the Citizon Forces. Messrs Jo fieri 3 and Doughty left Oor ryong on Friday ovening. A orowd of friends assoinbled at the Goffao Palace to wish thora good luck and give them a choer for thsir plucky roBponse to tho I Empire's call.
DONATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 27 August 1914
DONATIONS. The committee have much pleasure in acknowledging the following donations Vegetables, Mrs Inglis ; eggs, Mrs T. Brown, Mrs H. Barber and Miss Iloss (Cudgewa) ; preserves and jams, Mrs Eastlake, Mrs .H. llawes and Miss M'lriries; old linen, Mrs Waters and Mrs Barber ; milk, Mr Jno. Blair ; also poultry, per Mr Blair ; meat, Mrs T. B. Waters, son.; soda water, Mr Jagor. ;■
VICTORIA COTTAGE HOSPITAL. [SUPPLIED.] [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 27 August 1914
victoria Cottage hospital. [supplied.] Tho usual monthly mooting o£ the .Victoria Cottage Hospital committee was held at the State school on 10th inst., the following members beiutj present, viz.. Uev. P. H. I'cake (chairman), ' -Mrs Dalgety, Mis3 S. Waters, and Messrs i'layle, Harris, Cummins, Knight niid'T.''Brown (lion, secretary). The minutes of previous meeting ware lead and confirmed. .Apologies were received from htra Blair and Mr Jno. Humphrey. Nurse . Minogue reported as follows for tho month— Admissions 0, discharged 2, deaths 1, patients remaining 4. Accounts to the amount of £11/19/3 were passed for payment, and the secretary reported the receipt for month of £'JC/2/, the same having been placed to bank account. A voto of thanks was passed to Miss Waugh aud ball committee ut lier ringama for tlieir efforts to help the institu tion, also to the collectors at Welareganfc and Tintaldra, viz., Mrs H. J Paton and Mr J. Kittson, for amounts received, and also to Mr W. B. Hamil...
CUDGEWA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 27 August 1914
eODUEWA. Fltoai A CORRESPONDENT. On Wednesday, 12th irisL., a large gathering of members 'of the Church of Knglaud and friends, assembled as n. work ing bee oil the church building site. The gentlemen worked with a will, post-holes were sun!;, posts (all1 of whieh were do nated), wires, netting, and the inevitable barb top (also donated) were erected, thus completing a neat ami substantial fence. Afternoon tea being dispensed by the ladies, a meeting to arrange for an early I start of the building was discussed. The Kev. 1'. - II. I'eake gave an estimate of length anil width, and the quantity of bricks required. 'Vim matter was con sidered aVsome length, ami it was eventu ally decided that Mr I'eake get quotations re bricks and other matters before next meeting, -diruhs and trees were then planted by the ladies, being generously provided by Mrs T. H. Waters (Gravel's 1'lain), Mrs U. ^heather, Mrs A. I'urss, Mrs W. J. Humphrey, Airs Land, Mrs II. Bailey, Mrs W. lilair and Miss Thorne...
WINTER IN THE MOUNTAINS, CAMP ON KOSCIUSKO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 27 August 1914
WINTER IN THE MOUNTAINS. CAMP ON KOSCIUSKO. Messrs P. E. Correll and R. C. Williamson, of the Adelaide Univer sity, who passed through Corrynng on bicycles some weeks ago en route for Kosciusko, made a successful ascent of the mountain from Jindabyne and &nbsp; camped on the summit for a week, under unique weather conditions. In a post card from Cooma, to the editor of this paper, dated 20th July, Mr Correll says "Greetings. All well. Williamson and self camped three weeks on Kosciusko, seven nights on the summit. Temperature was 40 degrees below freezing, and blizzard was almost continuous—driving snow and heavy winds (July 3rd to 10th). Unique winter photographs were se cured." Mr Correll was a member of the Mawson Antarctic expedition (1911 13) and also joined the relief &nbsp; expedition in 1913, so he is no stranger to snow and ice. Our Cooma contemporary in a recent issue gives further particulars of the ascent :—Cooma was reached about a month ago, from which ...
STATISTICAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 September 1914
. STATISTICAL SU.IUEAEtY. TIio following approximate* particulars j of the area, population and production of ! the six European Pmvors an;l Australia I will be found interesting fur purposes of ' comparison. This areas are given in thousands of square mites. T&lt;i the other i columns tho numbers are millions, ami j represent the latest count in stoek and the j annual yields of grain in bushels and of I potatoes in tons. W O *2 f> p 5 C s 5] 5 a q 2. Y' ?* s ? P §: P Area. .. 121 208 207 2lil 8,000 13 0 2,000 Po p. •15 (35 30 51 107 31 5 Ij0V5C3 .. 2 •1 3 1 :u l 2 Cattle. .. 12 20 14 10 53 0 11 Sheep. .. ao 7 10 11 Hi 11 H3 Wheat. .. 0 4 150 301 I'M) •115 200 71 Oats. 102 •135 300 200 710 33 0 Barley. .. 58 1 JO •17 110 •117 10 2 Potatoes. 7 31 12 10 3L 1 *
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 September 1914
e». J. H08?J8 Minister of tho CONGREGATIONAL MISSION CHURCH, Fitzroy, Melbourne. Sands his opinion of " I was rfecommanded to try Clements Tonic. I was completely run down, suffered from nervous prostration, with insomnia and severe headaches. I had spent much money on medicines to no purpose. " One bottle put me right and was worth its height in gold. '' I recommend this medi cine strongly. ( Signal) JOHN HOSKING." The Rev. J. HOSKING. D.D.. » known as an earliest church worker, and his testimony to CLEMENTSTON1C sent for the good it might do, This medicine is certain in its cttects on run down or irritated nerves, and quickly relieves Biliousness, Weakness, Lo«.s of oleep, Poor Appetite, Con'tipation and indigestion. ALL CHEM1S1S o/id STORES SELL IT,
VERSE. THE COLT. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 September 1914
VUltSK. THE COLT. The big Princo William threo-year-old, The station's pes and pride, Has gone away to town to-day— They're going to have him tried. They're going to pat him into wprk To see if he can race ; No better blood has left the atud, And now they'll try his pace. Oh, he'sji tony gentleman— * A crecnfc to his. sire— ; If looks could win he'd canter in— He's all you could desire. He's big, but full of quality. And sound in wind and limb ; From top to too he's built to go— You're euro to hear of him. But brooding is a lottery, And racing is the same ; And none can say how they will stay Till tested in the game. For horses are the same as men— You call it chance or luck— But some go out and take the lead, And some stay with the ruck. It is not only pace and blood On which you must depend, For they must strain and "como again," And battle to the end. For some "hop out,1' and make the paco A cracker from the start ; But fail tu stay, and die away, And break an ownec's heart. For ...