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CORRYONG PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 September 1914
COitiCVO:\&lt;J IMKK. A meeting of the trustees of Corryong Park was held nt the "Cornier" Ollice on Saturday evening, the following members attending, viz., Messrs A. Harris (chair man), Acoeks, Thomas, Hamilton and A. llartlett (lion, secretary). Tenders were received for the grazing right of the park (two paddocks) for the twelve months end ing 31st October, 1915, as follow, No. 1 being the eastern end and No, 2 the western end : — No. 1. No. 2. J. S. Phelps and Co. £20 0 0 £14 0 0 J. T. Whitehead... 15 2 0 15 5 0 L. Sheather ... 20 0 0 15 0 II II. J. Sheather ... 15 10 0 14 10 0 A. and J. Seuton... 15 10 0 1*2 10 0 K. Inglis ... 13 5 0 10 5 0 U. Nugent (one tender), £2S/4/. l'helpi and Co's. tender was accepted for No. 1 paddock, and J. T. Whitehead's for Nu. ^ paddock. Tenders for fencing contracts on the paik were dealt with recently by the cliuir uian, secretary and Mr Acoeks. For the dividing fence (about "25 chains) two ten ders were received, viz. :—11. J. Sheather...
EARLIER NEWS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Evening. ATHENS, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 September 1914
EARLIER NEWS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Evening. ATHENS, Monday. I German reservists and territorials resi dent in Turkey have been ordered to con centrate at Constantinople preparatory to being slapped to Germany. ANTWERP, Monday. The entire region north of the Demo Kiver is now clear of Germans, and they Ijave evacuated Diest. CAPETOWN, Monday. Members of tlie Labor Party throughout." the South African' Union are' forming a legion for active service at the war. LONDON, Monday. Three hundred British wounded soldiers are in the London Hospital. . Tliey are mostly suffering from slight wounds in the legs and feet. The "Daily Chronicle's" Antwerp cor respondent says that a personal visit to MaUnes (Mechlin) shows that reports of the damage done have been greatly ex aggerated. Thousands of windows have lieen smashed, but only 70 houses have been destroyed, despite three days' bom bardment. He adds that the streets are deserted, the remaining inhabitants refug ing in underground passages which...
THE WAR. SPECIAL CABLE SERVICE. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Evening. NO FURTHER ENGAGEMENTS REPORTED ON THE FRENCH FRONTIER. DETAILS OF THE MONS FIGHTING. THE GERMAN RIGHT WING ADVANCED. GERMAN RESERVISTS IN TURKEY CONCENTRATING. GERMANY'S TERRORIST POLICY. MAHOMEDAN MENACE DISCREDITED. [PER REUTERS.] LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 September 1914
THE WAR SPECIAL CABLE SERVICE. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Evening. NO FURTHER ENGAGEMENTS REPORTED ON THE FRENCH FRONTIER. "'Jv'x- ' v. DETAILS OF THE HONS FIGHTING. ' . THE GERMAN RIGHT WING ADVANCED. GERMAN RESERVISTS IN TURKEY CONCENTRATING. GERMANY'S TERRORIST POLICY. : MAHOMEDAN MENACE DISCREDITED. [P E 11 n E U T E R S.] LONDON,. Tuesday.; Among the war stories told is that of a wounded Highlander, who, referr ing to the recent four days' battle at Mons, says that, the; Germans bluffed the French into a belief that the untin attack was to be made near Charleroi. All the while they were preparing for the Germans,: a striking force of four hundred thousand Germans searched for the weakest point and attacked where the British happened to he _ placed. *'Tbey.r were hurled- at-; as," lie said, "before we could look round. The lid of Hell was lifted off. At first they advanced as if they wure goiug for a picnic, and sve ploughed gaps yards wide through their ranks here and there. They the...
THE INCOME TAX. THE CURRENT RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 September 1914
THE INCOME TAX. THE CUHKENT HATES. I'ursimul From Kxertiou. Properly. :M ... (>&lt;1 4tl ... H.I 5.1 ... 10d (i.l ... l'-M All exemption of C'200 is allowed. No [jer.-itui whose income from personal exertion mill jiroporty did not exeeed £200 slirt.ll lie liulile to tax. Tlie rates for companies lire 8il for life ussurauee companies uiiJ 7d for others. ICvery it HI1 to£500 £500 10 £1,00(1 £1,000 to £1,500 Over £1,500
THE MARKETS. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [BY WIRE.] Wednesday, 6 p.m. Messrs Mathieson and Davis, of St. James Buildings, Williams-street, Melbourne, wire us us follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 September 1914
the markets. MELBOURNE MARKETS. TRy Wire.1 Wodiiosdny.O p.m. Messrs Mathieson and Dn.vis, of St. James' Buildings, Williams-street, Mel bourne, wire us us follows :— Fat'CaUlo.—2,360 yarded, comprising 950 from N.S.W., &lt;150 from North East, 200 from Gippsland, 100 from South' Gippsland, 350 from North, and 150 from Wost. The market was very firm. Prime pens of bullocks, MIS to i'17/2/6 ; extra, to £'19/2/ ; pood, £12/15/ to £14/10/ ; good, light and handy, £11/5/ to £12/10/ ; seconds and inferior from i'li. Prime pons of cows, £11 to A'14/10/ ; odd beasts, good, £8/5/ to 19/10/ ; others, from £4/10/. Fat Calves. — 760 ponned. Prices practically unaltered. Fat Sheep. — 80,300 yarded. Prime sheep were in goad demand throughout nt prices slightly below the rates of lust market. The sales at the close showed u tendency to lower figures. | Fat Lambs.—27,S00 penned. Prime Borts were firm throughout at late rates, with occasional pens at increased values, while second and inferi...
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 — 3 September 1914
THE-: EiAlM'Aa-l. THE YEAIIri' RECORDS. Following :iro th^ record.-; ot' rlio rain f.ill for 1!)05, 1007, 1003, 1909, J'JIO, 1911, 191-2 Iin.l l'.li:; minima to ^1.- — to =; ~ P >y, SsgrS^SSSSS? mimtmi CMHC'tHHKKWC-t3 332§S2§iS2gS c o tv - ;•&lt; t: ^ t; u w - - to :- to to to ■.: to to o to ^ ,o giiits^ggSriss I§silil^I«ss (.i^EKaec>-^uo fegggSSSgggiE lOOCJtOtO^p^O^-^tO S£g§S8S2£.T2g8
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 September 1914
Stml Notices. TI-IR TIIOKCUCrlllSRED STALLION SHARPSHOOTER (14). Siro : CLANRANALJ) (1), by St. Legcr (:i), son o( Doncaster (o), son of Stockwell (;)), from Scotch Lassie (imp.), by Scottish Chief from Kosette, by Led Lyon (Ij, Bon a( Stockwell (;}). Dam : WKATHlSIiKYE, by Ma::im (It!), son of Musket (il), from Galatea (sister to I'yKmalion}, by Apremonl (il), from Nau tilus-, hy Traducer (20), from Waterwitch (dam of Natator), by Camden (17) (half brother to Yuttendon), from Mermaid, imp. ('lam of Lurline, Le Loup, etc.), by King Tom (:}), fiom Waterwiteh, by The Flying Dutchman (:i). Sharpshooter is a blood brother to Broad sword, one bi the most brilliant, gallopers in Australia, and who-^e fee at the stud ia 30 guineas. Winner of the Canterbury J.C. Middle Park Plato, Creasy Welter, Dtinedin Champagne Stakes, Wellington Me rose Welter. Wia wetu Handicap. Williamstown Handicap, Sundown Handicap, Port Adelaide Croydon Welter, tfce. TEUMS.—£.1/10/ for single marc. £3/5/ for two ma...
TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. MEETING DATES FOR 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 September 1914
tttwoso smur, couxcsl. -UF.KTING DATES FOR 1914. August ;>rd anil Olst. StpMubor 28th. October, nil. November '2nd mid 30th. Oh, merchant in this hour of ecc, If on this puper you should ecc, Tal;o our ndvice, ;uid now be y.vy, Go straightway out and advertiii. . You'll find the project, of somo mm ; Nejjlect can oiTor 110 exiiq.j. Bp wiso (it once prolong your daaa, A silent bn^ines seen dkl;k. Printed and published by A. T. 1 lA iiTLETT, Sole proprietor, at the olliie, Hanson sMeet, Corryuiijj, :n the State of Victoria..
CUDGEWA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 10 September 1914
cui)(ii:wA. FROM A COUKKSPOS'DBNT. Lord Nelson's never dyicg words, "England oxpects that every man this day will do his duty,'1 were loyally observed by the residents of our email district on Friday night last, when an enthusiastic crowd attended tho Patriotic gathering. Rosidents who rarely venture to an evening's amusement were in the great and orderly audience, (or, though we may be living near the edge of tho "mighty flag," at the foot of Kosciusko's snows, loyalty to our mighty Empire is predominant, and one and all in somo way showed and aro showing this. Subscription lists aro gathering money and kind. Tho gathering of night of the -ith (which is an initial movement) took the form of a social with vocal and instrumental music, recitations and a tableau, fo lowed by supper and dance. Tho items were in almost every instance patriotic, and though it would be a task to make a prcforencc, the school children must be accorded a great share of appreciation. Their items, mostly in c...
COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. SATURDAY, 5TH SEPTEMBER. [Before Messrs Harris and Humphrey, Js.P] RATE CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 10 September 1914
OOIIKT OF I'BTTV SKSSIONS. Saturday, 5th Ski'T^mdf.r. [I'efore Messrs Harris and Humphrey, Js.l'.J KATE CASES. A number of rale casus was listed, but Mr Dulgety (on behalf of the shire) asked that they be adjourned, as a new rate collector was being appointed. Cases against Martha Anderson, Joseph Anderson, J. II. Barber. J. M'Lure, W. Bavnes, J. Rowe, A. Thomas and W. Findlay were adjourned to 3rd October. Mr Hood appeared for Rowe, Thomas and Findlay. lie applied for costs in Rowe's case, as he had appeared twice and the shire was not prepared to go on. The bench decided to allow the matter of costs to stand over. A rate sum mons against E. White was enlarged to 3rd October, as it had not been served. VACCINATION CASES. W. Moore v. R. E. Knight.—Defen dant was charged with neglecting to have his child vaccinated. Defendant pleaded guilty and said he had con scientious objections. A. Playle, regis trar, gave formal evidence.—A fine of 201 was imposed, with 1/ costs. W. Moore v. H. ...
ORDINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 10 September 1914
ORDINARY MEETING. Tlio ordinary mootint; wis them held, the snuio members boin!; prosont. Minutes of previous uicoiin ' were ruud and conGriund. COIiltKSl'ONDKNUK. Chief Veterinary Oflicor of Department of Agriculture wrote, stating that Mr A. Stephen has been appointod dairy super visor for Towong Shire, and that Mr A. JIcss will act in conjunction with liirn.— lieceived. Secretary of Municipal Association wrote, stating that tho Municipal Officers Fidelity Guarantee Fund has reached a position whicli has enabled the Association to adopt iv tariff of charges undor whicli Towong Council's payment to the fnnd for year 1914-J5 is reduced from M8j~>/ to £•1/14/6.—Received with expressions of satisfaction. Shiro of Fern Tree Gully wrote, Bug gestitig that the Government be askod to oiler prizes for the most practical system of rabbit destruction.—To lie on the t ible. Correspondent of Upper Tliougln school nrged the Council to have tho following works dono, viz., formation of road in...
TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 10 September 1914
TOWOWG SI3IUK COUNCIL. SPECIAL MEETING. Tho statutory meeting for tho election of X'rusiiliiit for. the ensuing year was held on Monday, :31st tilt., at the Council Chamber*, Tullungatta. Tlio following members were present, vis., Crs Suther land, Tobin, Dobinson, Puton, M'Oratli, Andrews, Jjo'Dbun, Soobie, Cooli, Cronin, and ]ji'indlej. Or Cronin was voted to tho chair. Cr Puton moved that tlio President's allowance fot the ensuing year bo J.'150, if thut amount bo required. Cr Tobin seconded the motion, which was curried. Cr Lobbun moved thut Cr Sutherland bo appointed president for tho ensuing year. Cr lirindluy secondud the motion, which wus unanimously curried. Cr Snthoiland then tool; tho chuir, amid applause, and brielly thanked his col leagues for tho honor conferred upon him. Committees wero appointed as follow : Transfers Committee.—Cm Nankervis, Sutherland, Puton, Jjobbun and Scobio. Kales Commute.—Crs Tobin, Cook, Nan kervis and Brindley. Public Works Committee.—Crs Cook...