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REPRESENTATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 10 September 1914

REPRESENTATIVES., Labor ... ... ••• 41 Liberals ... ... ••• 83 Indopendont ... ••• 1 Tho Federal Elections hold on Saturday laBt resulted in a decisivo victory for the Labor Party. Tho roturns uro not yet completo, bat if presont positions are maintained tho Labor Party will have a majority ol eight in tho now House of Representatives and of 28 in tho Sonato. The Cook Ministry has announcod its intention of resigning oflico to-day.

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 10 September 1914

Boot and saddle, boot and saddle, See, the sun is in the skies, See, tlie dawn's awake fr^m slumber, Sec, the day's wide oponed eyes. Life's shurt day is freor, stronger, If w<> make our health stoure. Make tho short day spin out longer— i Do U with Woods' Peppermint Cure.

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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 — 10 September 1914

TIIK »:.H\F.V 5.! TIIF, l'KAKS' KKCOKDS. Following nre the rcrortis of t]u> rain full fc-r KlOii. 1006. 31.07, lflOS, 1009,, 1910, 1911. 191-2 iiml V.)K> GO-RE oe-ge io in Ei-fiE R5-0C so-iE G9-<J5 Ou-ss OA-Of! T'8E em' T8 0 GC E EA-0 iiO t'i-f' GO-5 El-1 •»a GfO OE-f go-1 ICS ts-0 OA-T oi-:: BA-T tfi-0 °A"N IH-B t'5-I OM U-e 05-5 GH-t AE-l !!«•« Cil'-t •i»o G'JE c<m; fic-t tie 00 I o'.'-ri RE-1 TT-f SIH-Z 'M-'X 00 Z Tor, 800 ftVS ni'-o i <-t-E PI3-s E'J-T •Huy EE-1 ftr-y RMS km! oos lit CA-e 'j Mi OC-'J ,C|Mf 'J 0 0 oi-r; OG-E 00-E li-0 co-c EG. 1 Q'J-J' EA-'J Ullllf CAT' CE 0 T-O-Z co e ICE PH-0 Cft-Si EA-e AU|.T mo EET 00-0 RO-O re c GA-l 01'5 • AR-l 00-t I!"'V til RO-T cm' <!<JZ ii:-« TRO TO't Ri:-0 AO-O .CO-T g<;-i M-V OO-I E!i-1 EG-V CO-?. KA-0 KV-t 00 E no iGE 90S HI-T 91 -5 OC-I •»« T(!-E •UU£' .eifii e.tot .noj 01 oi pool 8opt iooi ooot soot

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THE NEW PARLIAMENT. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 10 September 1914

THE NEW PARLIAMENT. VICTORIA. Labor (12). P. J. Molonoy F. Austoy, r J. A. M'Arthur, r F. Bronnan, r J. E. Fenton, r J. F. Hc.nnan, r E. F. G. Joltoy D. C. M'Grath, r Dr. Moloney, r J. Mathews, r A. T. Ozanno 1°. Tudor, r Independent (1).—G. H. Wise. NEW SOUTH WALES. Liboral (14). Labor (IB). P. P. Abbott, r G. II. Burns, r A. Chapman, r E. S. Carr, r J. Cook, r J. H, Catts, r A. H. 13. Conroy, r J. H. Chanter W. M. Fleming, r M. Charlton, c W. M, Greene, r 11. Howie, r \V. E. Johnson, r W. M. Hughes, r W. H. Kelly, r E. Iiiley, r R. B. Orchard, r W. G. Spenco, r K. Patten, r J. Thomas, r H. 11. M. Pigott, r D. Watkins, r Colonel llyrio, r W. Webster, r Bruce Sm-th., r J. E. West, r J. Thomson, r QUEENSLAND. Liberal (3). Labor (7). L. E. Groom, r F. W. Bamford, r H. Sinclair, r W. F. Finlayson, r W. Stumui, r A. Fisher, r W. G. Higgs, r C. M'Donald, r J. Page, r J. P. Sharpe, r SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Liberal (3). Labor (4). P. M'M. Glynn, r W. 0. Archibald, r J. Livingston, r G. DunUel, r...

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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 10 September 1914

«OLF. Tin? competition for the trophy presented by the captain (Mr Entwisle) was played on Wednesday, last week, and wan won by Mr Roberts and MUs M. Waters with the net neoie of 70. Following are the scores ;— Roberts and Miss M. Waters, J10,40, 70. Greenham and Miss Minorite, 9G, 25, 71. (Jreenliill and Miss H. Greenliill, 1)7, -4, 73. Uoueher and Miss ilurke, 107, 32, 75. Nethereote and Mrs Aeoeks, 98, 21, 77. Burke and Mrs Campbell, 110, 42ti, 84. On Wednesday, H5th hist,, the Presi dent's and Mr Hood's trophies will be competed for.

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VICTORIA. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. BALACLAVA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 10 September 1914

VICTORIA. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. BALACLAVA. \V. A. Watt (Lib.) ... 16,198 J. J. A. Ourtiu (Lnh.) 11,700 BOURKE, *F. Anstoy (Lab.) ... 21,329 R. M. Jennings (Lib.) 10,875 BALLARAT. *D. C. M'Grath (Lab.) 15,322 F. R. Coldham (Lib.) 15,049 BENDIGO. *J. A. Arthur (Lab.) 15,157 A. F. M. Bobb (Lib.) 12,250 COIIANGAMITE. "J. C. Manifold (Lib.) 15,125 T. M, Burko (Lab.) 13,951 CORIO. A. T. Ozanne (Lab.) 14,866 *\V. Kondell (Lib.) 14,169 ECHUCA. "A. C. ralmcr (Lib.) 15,453 J. 0. Gourley (Lab.) 11,181 FAWKNER. *J. F. Hiinnan (Lab.) 16,661 F. S, Cacao (Lib.) ... 11,188 FLINDERS. *\V. H. Irvino (Lib.) 13,831 J. K. M'Dou-jall (Lub.) 12,343 GIPPSLAND. G. H. Wise (Ind.) ... 14,148 *J. Bennett (Lib.) 13,713 GRAMPIANS. E. F. G. Jolloy (Lub.) 13,595 *H. W. H. Irvino (Lib.) 10,570 HENTY. *J. A. Boyd (Lib.) ... 16,389 A. Andrews (Lab.) ... 11,933 R. A. Crouch (Ind.) 3,021 INDI. P. J. Moloney (Lab.) 14,320 *C. J. Aborn (Lib.) 14,004 KOOYONG. *R. W. Best iLib.) 17,175 Vida Goldstein (Ind.) 9,629 K. W....

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CORRESPONDENCE. RIFLE PRACTICE. TO THIS EDITOR OF THE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 10 September 1914

COUKESI'OXDENCE. IUl'LE PRACTICE. TO THIS EDITOR OF TIIK COURIER. Sin,—This club lia» received permission from the Defence authorities to re-corn mcnce practice on our ranged, with a view to instructing new members, ami coaching any indifferent, .shots, members of Lheelub. We have been instructed to make known the club's offer to the above, also to any intending volunteers, for to many of the latter, who have not haudled the .SOU rifle, this offer .should be a valuable help. Targets, ammunition, ami rilles will he at the disposal of any so inclined, and coaches will be pienont to .show them how to handle the rille and shoot straight. The cost of ammunition and targets will not exceed 1/ ! per .shooter, and arrangements can be made with the captain as to practice days. The committee are anxious to see as many present as possible, and draw the atten tion of local men to the advice of Lord Roberts, Lord Kitchener, and Sir lan Hamilton, "Learn to handle a rille, ami ."hoot straight." Fu...

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HUME. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 10 September 1914

HUME. In tho Hume oleetorato tho latest re turns »ive tho position ns follows (tliore nro over 2,000 absentoe votes still to count) Patten. Sn,llivan Adelong ... 700 019 Albnry .„ 1313 1518 Bothungra... 342 295 Binulong ... 33ft 4»4 Bowna ... 164 95 Coolno 101 264 Cootamundra 717 839 Corowa 714 592 Gi'tlciuni ... 594 824 Gernmnton... 729 718 Gumlagai .... 596 730 Honty 437 2G9 HowloDg .... COS 244 Jicderft 870 339 Lockhort ... 422 350 Tooma 170 98 Tumbarumba 24a 827 Tumut 926 725 Tho Rock ... 870 257 Rock 13. ... 499 186 Wagga 1889 1917 Absoa$ee votes 114 82. Totals 12,614 11,761

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CHURCH NEWS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 10 September 1914

CIICESOII NUWS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. In accordance with tho wishes of tin; people of Cndgewa, the Kev. F. II. Pcake intends to hold a Patriotic Service in the Cudgewa Hall on Sunday afternoon next, at three p.ui. Messrs Norman and Heath, Allmry, announce elsewhere that tlioy are still pur chasing wool, sheepskins, rabbit skins, hides, tallow, etc., in any quantity for -.ash,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 10 September 1914

Public Notice. The Winter Season's 9 0 wvik; • 9 NOW ON SHOW AT BDP1 F^AWlr'OJCdiUJU o0 LL DEPARTMENTS are well stocked ni3 in the Latest and Newest Shapes, Styles and Designs possible, The Ladies liave 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 toe 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 "Li . -'■* 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 forget to see ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 10 September 1914

I'jiIiIic iVXicvs. u Corryong CORBYONG-. 1/ .. B. E. .KNIGHT JJEREBY notifies that ho has taken over the above well known hotel, and hopes by strict attention to the requirements of patrons and keeping only the beat brands of liquors to merit a continuance of the support accorded his predecessor. Fjrst-class Billiard Table, 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. Ti|e,€orryoi|g Coffee Palace. MISS E. E. HILL, PROPRIETRESS. THE ABOVE well known house ot accommodation has been renovated'through • out, and patrons may rely upon their requirements receiving every attention. ' Reasonable tariff. Two tables. Piano. Bath. Good Stabling. . ; Wbm. Equiih'kd'Biwa.ud Room. Ekficikst Mawi-hh. K3" HAIRDRESSER'S SALOON on the promises. Tintaldra Hotel, F. P. Lucas, Licensee. First-class ...

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SHIRE RATE COLLECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 10 September 1914

SI1IICE KATE COJ.LECTOIt. At the lust meeting of tlio Towong Shiro Council tlio appointment of n suc cessor to Mr Murphy was dealt with. There were IB applicants for tliu position of rate collector, etc., their names being us follow :—Clms. A. Mitchell, Tal langatta ; A. Millard, Eskdale ; M. J. O'Brien, Greta West ; F. W. liirch, South Yarra ; 'l'hos. Anderson, Clifton Uill ; 1'. II. Weatherhonil, Natimuk ; John G. Sirl, liethanga ; Joh;i lioyes, Carl tun ; T. \V. 1'. Walker, Mitta Mitta ; I". H. Clutter buck, Tallangatta ; G. E. I'reston, (Jarl tou ; M. Clmie, Yackandimclah ; S. J. Rowley, Bethanga ; Geo. limiting, Hal larat ; T. K. Kollason, Wangaratta : W. S. Steele, Wangaratta. There was a lengthy deliberation in com mittee, where the exhaustive ballot was put in operation. The last three "in it" were Mitchell, Clunu and Steele. Then Clune dropped out, and the lin.il choice lay between Mitchell and Steele, the former being chosen by an absolute ma jority. In open meeting, Cr I'...

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THE Corryong Courier. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10,1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 10 September 1914

THK (£ori^mt£ GUntiiiqi'. o THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10,1011. For tlio cause that lacks assistance, For tho wrongs that need resistance. For tho future in tho disuse, And tho ^ood that wi- e.'.n do. Hospital BaU;.—Thi uunual ball ia aid of the funds of the Cottage Hospital will be held in the Athemoum Hall, Corryong, to-raurrow night. Every arrangement has been made for the convenience of patrons1 and a good night's amusement is promised. Tho admission is o/, ladies free. Tallanoatta Licensing Oouht.—At the Tallangatta Licensing Court on 2nd inst., Mr Keiley, L.M., granted the application for transfer of licence of Bridge Hotel, Mitta Mitta, from James Kobt. Blair to Annie Moncrieff. Mr Lyne appeared in support of the application. The application for trans fer of Walwa Wine Cafe from Mrs Hunt to Llewellyn Johns was ad journed to Beechworth Licensine Court, as the inspector had not yet re ceived verification of the proposed transferee's testimonials. Dispute About a Bullock.—Somo weeks ag...

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INTERNATIONAL TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 10 September 1914

INTERNATIONAL TENNIS. Ah the result of the brilliant achievement by .Norman Brookes and Anthony Wilding ia America the Davis Cup will return to Australia. Six nations — Australasia, Belgium! Canada, British Isles, Krance and Germany—threw down the gauntlet and challenged the holders (America) thin year. In the preliminary ties the Austra lasian representatives beat in turn the. nominated teams oi Canad:t, (Germany and British Isles, and '}ualilied to meet America in the challenge match. After a four week* strenuous campaign, during which they have travelled ovur'JUOO mile* through the States, playing matches in Chicago, Pittsburg, Boston and Xew York, Norman Brookes anil Anthony Wilding have accom plished ' their mission in vanquishing the holders and regaining the title of "cham pion nation" lor Aust ralasia. The master ful generalship of Brookes and Wilding won the double ■contest, on which the issue of the match hung balanced, but t he individual honors were gained by thu nationa...

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CORRYONG PATRIOTIC FUND. The following additional subscriptions have been intimated:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 10 September 1914

UOltltVOiVK PATRIOTIC FUND. The following additional aubscriptions have been intimated :— Mrs T, B. Waters, Sen. ... £10 0 0 Oorryong Masonic Lodge 5 5 0 F. Jager 3 3 0 C. H. W. Wators 2 10 0 Wheoler Bros. 2 10 0 J. G. Taylor 2 2 0 R. Thomas 1 1 G A. S. Harris 1 1 0 A. Venner 1 1 0 H.P.Johnson "... 1 1 0 -'-"'At o tnootinR of the esoontivo held in the secretary's office on Tuesday the secretary was instructed to forward, as first contributions, £50 to tlio Lord Mayor's Patriotic Fund and i'1.0 to the Hed Crass Fund. The Executive Committee strongly foul that having regard to the objjets of the Fund the response up to the present is not such as might fairly bo looked for in a substantial district lilea this. Many ohor districts with fewer advantages havo much more roadily recognised thoir national obligations and given fronly. The committee think this fund should not form the subject of a "canvass," but should rather appeal ou its merits to all rm l sundry as one deserving of ready a...

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STATISTICAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 10 September 1914

STATIST J CAS- SlI.U.IffA 3£Y. The following approximatn particulars of the area, population and production of tho six European Powors find Australia will be found interesting fur purposes of comparison. Tho nre.is nro given in thousands of square miles. In the other column* tht* mini her-s art; millions, y.nii represent til" latent count in stock aud the annual yiolds of grain in bushels and of potatoes in tons. Area. .. 121 208 207 201 8,1,00 iiO S.JIM Pop. .. '45 05 ii'.l 51 107 31 5 Horses.. 2 4 3 1 31 1 2 Cuttle. .. 12 20 1-1 l(i 53 (> 11 Slicep. .. 30 7 10 11 SI 11 S3 Wheat... 01 150 301 I'M -515 200 71 Oats. .. 102 -135 300 200 710 33 !l Barley. .. 58 1-10 47 110 -117 10 2 Potatoes. 7 31 12 10 31 1 A

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EARLIER NEWS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Evening. OSTEND, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 10 September 1914

EARLIER NEWS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Evening, OSTEND, Monday. The Belgians have flooded the Tele moud district. Many Germans havo . been drowned and a number of their guns lost. •' Ic'ia reported from Ostend that fierce fighting has taken place at Tiiisselt (west of Malines). The German .loss is esti mated at 3000, besides a numbcv ot prisoners'sent'to Antwerp. " • BORDEAUX, Monday, ' It is officially announced that the French left wins has como in contact with the enemies' right on the banks of the Grandmorin River. It is oflieially reported that a general action is proceeding from Naiiteuille Hail doin and Menus to Verdun. The Auglo Fronch army compelled the Germans to fall back from Coulmmiers to La Ferte Gaucher. BERNE, Monday. Gorman capitalists are reported to bo eagerly buying Russian securities, which have gone up in value ainco the Lemborg victory. MILAN, Monday. The discovory has been made of a high power wireless station secretly installed at the headquarters of an " influent...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 10 September 1914

Stud Noti rpo STAND this Towoiifj— TIIE Til0 R O U G HI? R E D STALLION SHARPSHOOTER (14). Sire : CLANT.AXALD (i), by St. LeKer (li), son of Doncaster (5), son of Stockwell (;>),' from Scotch Lassie (imp.), by Scottish Chief (It!), from ltosette, by Lord Lyon (1), soil of Stockwcll (3). Dam : WEATHEltliYE, by Maxim (12), r.on of .Musket (3), from Galatea (sister to 1'yKmalion), by Apremont (;t), from Nau tilus, by Tradueer (20), from Waterwitch (limn of Natator), by Camden (17,1 (half brother to Yattendon), from Mermaid, imp. ( lam of Lurline, Le Loup, etc.), by KiiiK T.wi (ii). from Waterwitch, by The Flying Dutchman (3). Sharpshooter is a blood brother io Broad svvoid, one of the most brilliant galloper.1! in Australia, and who-e fee at tlie stud id 30 Winner of the Canterbury J.C. Pnrk I'lale, Crcssy Welter, Duiiedin Champagne Stakes, Wellington .Me rose Welter. ' Via wetti Handieap. Williamstown Handicap, Handown Handicap, l'ort Adelaide Croydon Welter, itc. TEHMS—£3/10/ for ...

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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 — 10 September 1914

POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Wliero tho term "Tho Common wealth" is used in connection with Uicsu ratofi and regulations it include:! Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LKXTE11S. Pot every J ounce or fraction thereof. For delivery within tiie Common wealth ; 0 1 For delivery tn tho British Em pire 0 1 For delivery in tbo Now Hebrides, Banks, and Toms Islands .. 0 2 For delivery in othei places .... 0 2J LETTER CAKDS. For delivery within the Commonwealth: Single, Id. each; reply, J cL each half. For delivery in tlio Uritish Empire (set list of places under "Letters ')■—Sin gle, Id. each. Kor delivery in New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands—Single, id. each. For delivery in oth<>r places— Single, ijd- each. POST CAKDS. Single Postcards impressed with the Id. 6taiup, and Keply or double curds, each halt of wliicb has the Id. stana impressed thereou, inay bo transmitted to placea within the Commonwealth, ami to thoso places, enumerated undct "Letters," to wh...

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YOUNGHUSBAND, ROW AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 10 September 1914

Y0U.NGHUSI1AND, ROW ANi> CC, Report having held their usual fortnightly salo of fat cuttle and shoep us the mu nicipal yards, Albnry, on 1st inst., when they offered SG fat cutlo and 1753 fat sheep. There was B good attendunco of the trade presont. Quotations :—B.ul loclia, to Jt'15/4/ ; cows, to .£14/12/6 t vualers. to .£9/12/6. Crossbred wethers, to 24/ ; crossbred ewe*, to iy/ ; merino wethers, to 17/9 ; merino owes, to 15/4.; lauiba, to 15/.

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