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MANUFACTURE OF CASEIN. NEW DAIRYING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 September 1914

MAKUFACrUltE OF CASEIN. NEW DAIRYING INDUSTRY. I The manufacture of casein, a by-pro duct of the dairying industry, has now become thoroughly established, and it may bo welcomed as a substantial ad- . juuet to a substantial industry. At one time thii mills had to be made into either butter or cheese ; now, in the Western district, at any rate, the farmer can choose whether his mill; is to be turned into Imtter, cheese, or condensed mill;, and his skim into milk powder or case in. If he belongs to the Colac factory he can also send his inilk away fresh to Melbourne. The casein industry con sists of the separation of the casein from the skim milk, by an acid process, which consolidates the casein, and allows the whey to run away. The casein is much like cheese curd, and the same color. It is pressed into compact blocks ai}d then marketed. Casein has a wide variety of uses. Its priucipal one is as a sub stitute for bone and ivory, and tons of it are used to make' fork and knife handles...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 September 1914

Public Notice. 'STOCK THE FOLLOWING :—■ Row's Embrocation Elliman's Embrocation Solomon Solution Ayer's Hair Vigor Plasmon Irish Moss Greatbead's Mixture Hypol Frew's Domino Liniment Liquid Peptonoicls Kay's Essence Ayer's Sarsaparilla Chloride of Lime Condy's Fluid Condy's Crystals Sheldon's New Diaoovery Fluid Magnesia Citrate Magnesia Stearne's Headache Wafers Dr. Kelmo's Eye Lotion Cascara Sagrada • Porous Plasters Morton's Sedleitz Powders Maltine Scrubb's Ammonia Sheldon's Liniment 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 Lavender Hair Wash Beetham's Glycerine and Cu cumber Glycerine Vaseline Bottles ' Petroleum Jolly T " Cod Liver Oil Carbolic Oil Barry's Tricopheroua Angier's Emulsion Scott's Emulsion • Clement's Tonic Menthol Conea Marking Ink Cascara Pills • Williams' Liver Pills Cockle's Pills Weston's Magic Pills Doan's Dinner Pills Doan's Backache Pills / Bee...

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THE LADIES COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 September 1914

THE LADIES' COMMITTEE. Tlio Indies' committee got to work straight away, and thoj' mado 250 odd kit buys, which woro dispatched to llel bonnio by coach yesterday morning. Tha wholo of the matoriul was donated. In viow of a second contingent being called for, the committee has sent for patterns of cholera belts, clothing, etc., and weekly mei-rin^s are to be held to make up tha material.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 September 1914

Public K'olicc. -^—C 0 R R Y 0 N G.~—^ THE BEST ASSORTED STOCK IN VICTORIA. WJJAVE pleasure in announcing tlie in 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 CASH right through THIS MONTH in Drapery, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Furniture and Bedding. The stock must be sold at any price to make room for NEW GOODS arriving in September. We are fully stocked up in— GROCERIES (only best brands kept) TEA, 6d per lb. better value than tea-agents give. Choice stock of Wines, Spirits and Ales, the best. The lowest cash price list in Corryong, prices on application. We allow no one to undersell us. CROCKERY IRONMONGERY GLASSWARE TIMBER DOORS SASHES CEMENT LIME Bunyip Rabbit Traps now oil hand. WINES AND SPIRITS (the choicest) "The Very Latest"—One-fire Stoves. THREE SIZES. Agent for Yates' famous Seeds, also good stock Maize, Japanese Millet, Cocks...

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WALWA GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 September 1914

WALNVA UUN (JLXH. A correspondent, writes :—The zitave cluli held :i Patriotic Shoot tin -2ml ult.• when :i most enjoyable afternoon's sport, was experienced by both shooters and onlookers, and the funds of the Australian Uraneh of the British Hed Cross Society benefited to the extent, of £ \. Tito chief event was t lie Starling Championship of the Upper Murray, 0 birds from 25 yards* for £5. The competitors numbered 15, only two of whom, K. IVard and J. M'MeeUin, sncwieded in yrassin*j their 0 birds. They divided the money, and shot on for the title. M\Weekin missed hi* next bird, and I'eard, hy shooting his> became the champion fur the present season. J. Cohalau and L. II. Lowe eack dropped 5 birds. Sweepstakes were sub sequently held, and resulted as follows : — No. 1, D. Hanna (21yd.s.), W. Hanna (•21yds.) and L. II. Lowe (21yds.) .*hot 5 liirds each and divided. No. 2t J. Thompson (20yds.), 5 bird?. No. 3, O. Hanna (20yds)., \V. Hanna (20y«Ls.), N Harry (22yds.), A. Lawrence...

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CUDGEWA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 September 1914

CWUGEWA. FROM A CORRESPONDENT* Tho ball ia honor of tho local Football Premiership was held in the Public Hall on 20th ultimo, and was ono' of tho nio«t successful of the kind held in the hall for some time. An influential committee of ladies and gentlemen worked with a will to make it a splendid success. The attendance wan \\jry large, and represented Corryorg, Berringama, Colac Colac, Tintaldra, Wabba and local people. Splendid mu.^ie by Mes dames Wappct, Nugent, Misses Kobinson and Thomas (piano) and Mr \V. Sharp (violin), conduced to little or no lull between dances. Mr Jas. Carkeok had the management of the ball programme, which, it ia needless to say, was well carried through. The hall was ; resplendent in floral decorations and beatiti j ful tree ferns, the fronds being artistically j arranged on the wall. Violets abounded in j tho decorations, and hero and there tiny , | Australian Hags and Union Jacks showed out, j a large "Jack?' taking the place of honor over i the main d...

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TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 September 1914

T«WO.\« SHIStS", (lOCTCIL. The monthly mooting of the Towong; Shire Council was held at Tailangatta on Monday. Cr Sutherland was appointed president for the ensuing year. It was decided to vote £100 to the Patriotic Fund, £25 to the Red Cross Fund' and £10 to the Belginm .Relief Fund. A motion by Cr Tobin, that £1000 be voted; and a special rate struck to meet it, failed for want of a seconder. No applications were- received for the? position of poundkeeper at Corryong There were 16 applicants for the position, of rate collector, and Mr C. Mitchell, jun.,. of Tailangatta, was appointed. . It was decided to send a deputation to Melbourne during Show week; to interview the Country Kouds Board, and' also to see the Minister re the road up the river to Tom Uroggin. The engineer stated that he was arrang ing to have the Surveyor's Creek track at tended to, as requested by the Corryong Progress Association. Mrs North's application for a license for her private hospital at Corryong was rec...

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ALL NATIONS BALL. A GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 September 1914

AH, NATIONS BALL. A GUIS AT SUCCESS. The annual fancy dress ball in aid of the Corryong Athenteum, which (his year took the form of a Pageant of All Nations, was held in the hall on Friday eveuiug. Over 100 couples took part, and in addition there were a number of spectators present. There were eight complete sets of fancy costumes in ad dition to several pairs and individual characters, making a total of seventy live ladies and gentlemen in fancy dress. The hall was appropriately decorated will] flags, and made a fine setting for the pageant, Prizes were offered by the promoters for the Best National Set, Best Pair, Most Original Pair and Prettiest Set. Mr Mood and Mrs A. J. Iintwisle, made the awards and their decisions gave general satisfaction. Mrs Campbell's Highland Set carried oil" the National honors. A fine up standing group of young Australians, they were well set off by the costume and would have been hard to beat iu any company. The Misses Waters' "Kismet" Set and Miss l...

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PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 September 1914

(>!£©<;liJCSS ASSOCIATION* The monthly meeting of the executive of the Corryong Progress Association was. held Jit rhe "OuuritT" (JUice, Corryong, on Monday evening, when the following mem bers were present, viz., Messrs A. Harris, (ehairman), l!i»wn, < 'morning IMayle,. IVake, ' \tmpb»dl, Hamilton and ;l. iiart I It'll (lion. «e«ietary). Afimites of previous?, meeting were juuV tumJirnied. Cor re.">po!idutice was read irom Towulig Shire Cmineil, forwa;ding letter from State 1 livers CommWum re proponed Corryong water supply.—Received. A letter was* read from the l.Vunty Postmaster (Icneral, Melbourne, xtafing Lhat the telephone per viee asked for to Xariel Creek would be* inquired into ami Lhe refill communicated later.—Received. Mr Cummins .submitted information re the ce*t. of erecting private telephone lines. In view of the unfavor able season it w;w deeided to take no action thin winter in the matter of obtain ing mountain photograph*. It was agreed ...

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VERSE. We have been requested to publish the following:—SONS OF THE SOIL. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 September 1914

vmitsi;. We luive been requested to publish Llie fullmviiij; :— SONS OK TIIK ROIL. Stand together, farmers. ^ and tirm,aml true, Stand fur country, ami fur home, they look to-day to Break not tin- nuil:-, divide not force, farmers, one and all. Hear your country calling--answer to the call. Farmer* on the nnrthern plains, tolling >0011 and late, Farmers on tit.; cattle ranr'e, rally fur your state, l-'armcrs un the limber lam'l, who jriant work have dune, | ^ ^ j j. Australia now i> callim.'. ye of the soil arise. For t-» ye, men ami women, she says, now reeo^ni<e TiK'ulUrr ye have wrought for year.-! this Lui<I to >ui" Ii:'1, Ami she h-ncrowm-d you both with power, up ami jour duty do. For there ure those would seek to .*eke the labor of year hands. The fruit of nil the year.-of toil bestowed upon your laud-, By cunning law, by scliciniu- tax, insidiously they strive To take your life-work from you, the means by which you live. They'd reaii iu fields ...

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DURATION OF THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 September 1914

DMtA'J'IOX or 'fl'IIE H A It. The following facts concerninc; the sis. countries fit war would seem to indiciUo that hostilities cunnct be vigorously con tinued ?or more ilmn n few months :— United Kindlon: has :i population of I .J6.000.000, the nationul debt being 1 .1720.000,000, per her.d £10. France, population 40 000,000, national debt is .Cl,01.\U00,000, per head £2-ii Russia, 1ms population of 101,000,000, national, debt is -EI-15,000,000, per head £6. Belgium Inn population of 7,o00,0J0, national debt is £160,000,000, per head X-Ji. The totals rit the four countries, are : Population 1W7.500.000, national debts £2,8-U),000,!-00. per head ill. Germany has a population of 0f>,000,000^ national debt £l,000,000.000. per head ' £13. Austria.Hungary, population 50, 000,000, national drbt £7^0,000,000, per head £If>. Tiio totals for these Powers are: Population, 1 is.1)00,000 ; tho 1 national debts, £1,780,000,000 ; per head £10. "The Time-:" is s lid to estimrttG tho cost o...

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THE RAINFALL. The following local gauge readings for the current year are supplied by Mr playle:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 September 1914

TUG ICAIIVI ALL. The following local gauge readings for the current voar aro supplied by Mr I'laylo :— January .. .. •• l*G3iti. February .. .. .. OO'iin. March .. .. .. 2*08in. April .. .. .. 2-73in. May .. . • •* 2*G3in. Juno .. * .. (KISin. July •• • • • • l*30in, AUGUST. 5th .. .. .. OOlin. 1'Jth .. •• .. 0*14in. 2-Hh .. OOSin, 31st .. ' .. .. O'iOiu^ Total .. .. .. 0*4Hin. [Total for year to date .. 12*7Giu.]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 September 1914

Public Notice. The Winter Season's . . Goods . . NOW ON SHOW AT CAMPBELL'S. J^L L 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, Blousings, 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, 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 for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 September 1914

Public Notices. ' "CoiTJOllg x CO Illv YON (t. E. E. KNIGHT -JJEliEBY notifies that ho Ims takon rn'er tho nlmvo well known hotel, anil hones - - by strict attention to tho requirements of patrons mid keeping only tho best brands of liquors to merit ft continuance of the support accorded his predecessor. First-class Billiard Tablo, marker in attendance. Every attention paid to requirements of Tourists and Travellers. ' GOOD GRAZING PADDOCKS & STABLING. Stopping place for CRAWFORD & CO.'S-COACHES, which leave this hotel daily (Sundays excepted) \■ for Tallangatta. v Cofffiii IiIUiUi MISS E. E. HILL, PSOPEIETEESS. . [HE AHOVE well known house nt accommodation lias been.ronovatod throngh out, and patrons may rely upon'their requirements receiving every attention, lteasonable tariff. Two tables, l'imio. Bath. Good Stabling. Wkll EQCim:i> Billiard Room. El'FIClKNT Markur. KS" HAIRDRESSER'S SALOON on tho premises. Tintaldra Hotel. f. P. Lucas, Licensee. First-class Acco...

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PATRIOTIC MEETING. FUND STARTED IN CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 September 1914

l'ATKIOTIC DlEETIiMG. FUND STARTED IN CORRYONG. A public mooting was held in tho Athcmcum Hall, Corryong, on Saturday I afternoon, convened by Cr Cronin, to con sider tho question of starting a Patriotic Fund in Corrj'ong. There was a repre sentative attendance, comprising both ladies and gontleirien. Cr Cronin, who occupied the chair, ex plained till) object uf tho meeting. Men were gallioring toother from nil qu:inor lor the defence of the Iiiiupiro—u number had gone from this district—and funds | were required to pruvido for disabled soldiers and those dependent on tliem. Tho ladios wero providing clothing and hospital necessaries. This district should not bo behind in doing its share. A Shire of Towong Fund had been started in Tallangatta, but ho thought each centro should have its own fund. Tho first duty would bo to appoint a couamitteo and of ficials to manage the fund. Mr M'Donough endorsed the chairman's | remarks, and suggested that a sports meeting be held in aid of the f...

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THE Corryong Courier. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 September 1914

Till* (Hunt jiang (Earner. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1'JIL For the cause that lacks ftssistano-:, For tho wrongs that need resUta.u:ti, For the fuliue in the iIisl.l.uu, Ami the j;ood that wo can do. It is difficult to realise that a general election for the Federal Parliament is taking place on Saturday next. The all-absorbing topic of "The War" com pletely overshadows the question of local politics. Iu the lace of the common danger, and ia view of the splendid respouse which all classes are making '■•o tho call of the Empire, the bitter and unedifying strife in which party politicians and their supporters invariably surround the ballot bos in their efforts to inflame cla3S against class, is utterly out of place—if it could ever be properly justified. lu one respect we are fortunately situated, for both of the great party organisa tions through which Australia's politi cal thought has to i'tnd expression are sound on the great essential qeestiou of the moment—Defence. It is prob able ...

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MULTUM IN NUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 September 1914

iTIIIl.TUM l.\ MICK. Federal elections on Saturday. Patriotic concert mid ball at Cudgewa to-morrow night. Kemounts wanted for the Defence De partment. See ailvt. Hall at Tintahlra in aid of Corryong Hospital funds on ISth inst. See advt. The lirst fortnight's.pay for the troops, Amounting lo £25,000, was made on Mon day. If the war bo continued for ono year, the national debt of Europe will bo almost doubled. The annual hall in aid of the funds of the Corryong Cottage Hospital, will be held in the Atlienrcnm Hall oil Friday, 11th September. It was announced 011 Sunday by the Prime Minister (Mr Cook) tlmt further contingents of troops will be raised. En rolment will commence at once. i'"or the quarter ending June, 1914, marriages in Victoria numbered 3'2fi3, which was the highest total ever recorded for a quarter. For the same period births numbered 00SB, and deaths 41)30. The roll to be used for Indi electorate on 5th September shows a total of' 35,248 names—18,830 male and 10,400 ...

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THE FEDERAL ELECTIONS. MR MOLONEY AT CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 September 1914

TISI2 FUDEICAL ELECTIONS. MR MOLONEY AT COKItYONG. Mr P. J. Moloney, tho solectod Labor candidate for Indi, addressed the doctors in tho Corryong Athenajimi Hull oil Thursday ovoning- Thoro was a good at tendance, and tho speaker wag wall re ceived. Mr W. Cumoron occupied tho chair and introduced tho candidate. Mr Moloney, who was received with opplfiuse, said he regretted that there should bo poliiical strifo at tho present time, but his party was not responsible for 11. Tho Cook Government hud re fused to meet their' overtures, and now tho people would have to settle tho ques tion and judge between, tho porties. All other countries had sunk their political differences while the present awfnl de bacle was on in Europe, and it was a pity that Australia could not do the same. (Applause.) He reviowod: the ovonts loading up to tho double dissolution, and said lie could not give the reasons for it becauso they had boon suppressed. There was only 0110 conclusion to be drawn— that they wo...

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LOCAL VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 September 1914

LOCAL VOLUNTEERS. Additional volunteers who have left this district during the past week are Messrs L. Say, W. T. Cunningham,- J. Swingler, G. M'Vean and A. Evans. Messrs Say and Cunningham wired on Saturday tbdt they had passed the medical test in Albnry iind were leaving for Sydney that night. Wo liave received a letter from "Guuner" Jefferis, who is now in training at Groadmeadows. George says that work is plentiful and butter is scarce, but the recruits nro rapidly being licked into shape. ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 September 1914

The great, grim Dreadnought cleft the wave, The people cheered like fun. The good old Jack dew from the peak, The warship fired a tfun. While Austral'* fate is on the seas Her health will he secure If she builds bulwark* round her hearths With Wood*' Great i'eppennint Cure. Accident.—Mr II. L. l'arslow's friends will regret to laarn that ho met with an accident at Witlivu cm Tuesday. IIo was riding in the bush and got dashed against a tree, sus taining a fracture of the leg below the knee. He was driven to Corryong, where Dr. Greenham set the bone, and wo understand ho is progressing favorably. His horse was badly injured

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