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THE SUB-TREASURY. Mr A. O'Leary, receiver and paymaster, supplies us with the following lists for public information:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 January 1914

tssk siiB-JUKisoisr. < Mr A. O'Leary, receiver and pay master, supplies us with the to.lowiug lists for public information :— Accounts Awaiting Payment.—Cor-. ryong Athemcuin, Dr. Grcenham. E. I'. Dunn, G. Pearce, T. Kichirdson, J. C- A Schneulpr. li. I. Moore, F. W. Murray, A. at.o j. Harris. Win. r Moore. Leases tor Delivery.—E. Jeffeott, jr., 1. II. E. Ke'iJji!, G. C. tii, G. Lord, H. G. Cheshire. Crown Grants for Delivery.—E._ Smith. L. Moncrielf, M. M'Nainara, J., E. Simpsou, R Hanna, A. J. Smedley. Leases for Execution.—L. J. Tasker, H. Lee. A woinun lit N.Z., gave, liirlli prematurely to iour children, tiiree. boys ami a girl. A writer in the Age, criticising our Parliamentary system says':—"Tha first: thing that strifes a political student is that absolutely no test of fitness is re quired from a member of Parliament. Yet this is the day of the specialist. To be a doctor, a lawscr, an engineer, a parson or a teacher, one must undergo a long and arduous course of t...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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HUMOROUS HISTORY OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 January 1914

IlIiiilOKOliS IB I STORY OF AUSTIMMA. A humorous history of Australia has, been published by London "Punch." This ia a sample of the style the antlior has adopted :—Formerly gold grew practically wild in Australia, but, owing to tlio per sistent efforts of tlio old-time miners and the enterprise of various company-pro motors, tlio industry is now a very taine one. However, the gold served its turn in drawing the attention of the world to Australia, rind was a inuj;nilicent advertise ment. Also, hy the time the craze was over the whole surface of the continent had been so thoroughly dug up that it was ill splendid. condition for crops. Australia is very exclusive as regards many of it's attributes, and possesses an entirely original animal • Onc jjarticuinr'y ■ exclusive and original type is known as tlio ornitliorhynelms, and it would have been sulfieient to make AusLrialia famous, even if gold had not been discovered there. It has the feet and bill of a duck, and the body ami tail ...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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MULTUM IN NUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 January 1914

'• .liiti/ru u in rttuiti, Nice fall of ruin—130 points. Corryoug cattle sales on Saturday. Woiloiiga. County Court, '24th Kebruary. .Valaable lot of timber for sale on Satur day morniug. See advt. Sale of Towong Turf Club's privileges nt the sals yards on Saturday. Afternoon ten and light refreshments will be provided at Corryoug Kaces by Mrs Hill. Mr Parker J. Moloney, cx-M.II.Il., has bought an interest in the auctioneering lirai of .Moloney (his brother) and Man^aii, Moonec I'onda. j I The F.A.Q. standard for Vk-toriariJ wheat was struck mi Friday ijy ilie roni trade committee of the Chantbcr of Coin uierce, anil name out at (i'ijlb. to the im perial bushel. The death is announced of Lord Strath cona, a wonderful member of a remarkable family. Ilis name originally was Donald Alexander Smith, the sou of a saddler, and he rose to the peerage and enormous wealth by his own abilities. Every employer—even though it bo only the employer ot a domestic- servant—will: be compelled to tak...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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THE INCOME TAX. THE CURRENT RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 February 1914

TMK IXCOjiJi TAX. THE CUKKENT BATES. rersMi.il Exertion. .Every £1 up to £500 3:1 £">00 to £],U00 4'1 £1,000 to £1,500 5.1 Over £1,500 I'd An exemption of £-00 is allow No person whore income from personal exertion and property ilid not exceed £'200 sliajl be liable to taw Tlie rates for companies (ire 8<1 for life assurance companies ami 7il for others. From Property. 6d ' 8d lOd . 12d :d. One step won't take you very far— You've got to keep on walking; One word won't tell folks what you are— You've got to keep on talking; Ona inch won't make you vory tall— - You've got to keep oa growing ; One littlo " ad." wou't do it all— You've got to keep 'cm gc'ins. Printed and published by Albert T«. Bahtlett, Sole Proprietor, at tire otijco, Hansnn-stroot, Ocityartj, in the State of Victoria.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 February 1914

r::!>:ic Notices. SCHEDULE A. — [Clause 4 (b).] Notice of Application for a Mining Lease. WE, the undersigned, hereby give no * * tiee tli.it, -.vitliin ten days from the date hereof, we will leave with the Warden of the Mining Division of Beeclnvorth an applicniiM f.ir Loase, the par ticulars whereof aro hereunder set forth :— Name iu full of applicant or applicant", nnd *tyle under which it is intended that the ImsineM shall he carne.il mi. —Con rail diaries Klippel, Frederick Ordish, Alfred Henry Meurant. Full address of oaeli applicant.— Cudgewa. Slippered extent of ground applied for, and whether on or below the surface,, or both, or a lode.—Thirty acres. Nause and address of each person (it any) iv110 is owner of and who is in occu pation of the land, so far as the appli cant has been able to learn.—Crown lands. Full description and precise locality o the ground.—Surveyor's Creek, pariah of Kosciusko. Term required.—Fifteen year'. Time of commencing operations. —Upon, grant...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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THE SUB-TREASURY. Mr A. O'Leary, receiver and paymaster, supplies us with the following list for public information:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 February 1914

1'HE SUB-'fttBASVIsr. Mr A. 0'I.r-art-, receiver and pay master, supplies us' -vitb 'ths following: list for public information Azc.onv.U-. Payment. -— W« Mrr. K. J. Or GfOjtr.hH:!!. s'• ^A Fmv*^. T H. P^tx^rtion, >r. K*rL Vis-ie^be.£, J. C. . A, S^hsoico;".

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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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 — 5 February 1914

POSTAL RATES AND REC(JLAT!3NS [Where the term "Th© Common wealth" is used in .connection with tho^e rates and regulations it includes Papua, Ix>rd Howe ls>hurJ, and Norfolk Island.J LElTiiKS. Fur every } ounce or fraction thereof, [•or delivery uithiu the Coiun.oit lvt-uhh fj 1 For (ii-iivt-ry iu t,he Bnuiib Kn> pire 0 1 For delivery i;i the Now Uebr.des, Banks, and Torrt-B Islands . . 0 2 For delivery in oilier places .... (J "S i'.Ii'IYEii CARDS. For delivery within tile CommonwoaHh Single, ltl. esisu ; reply. Id. earn hail .''or delh-ery ill the liruish Empire (so. list of places under "Letter:. ')•—Kin 2le Jd. each. .•'or delivery in New Hebrides, Bunks ai)J. 'I'ort.'S ls!ands~-Si«i;!e, "_'d. i.-acij. For dclm iy in oilier !>l.,ns Si..gie, 2Jd. cavli. POST CARD?.. Single Postcards impressed with Uk Id. stamp, and Kepiy or double cards, each half of which has the Id. sum:; iinprejEsd thereon, may be trai;s:-:iiv.v to places within the Coinit".o;:ue.ilth, am. to those ...

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CLOSER SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 February 1914

s CLOSEU SETTLEMENT, About twenty years ago (says the Leader) the then Victorian Minister of Lands (Sir Robert Bast) was greatly disturbed on entering office to find Crown tenants much in arrears with the rents owing for leases and land held on purchase payment terms. By means of patient but firm admiim tration, the outstanding deficit of about £750,000 was substantially reduced, aud the return of better times also enabled tenants and mortgagees to pay up arrears. Since then the greater part of the land available for occupation as the result of repurchase from holders of large estates has been settled by the 01o3er Settlement B xird. The administration of lands by that body has been a series of blunders and disappointments, and to day wo are drifting into a condition of muddle and overdue instalments, characteristic of Government incompetonce to deal satisfactorily with business afTiira re quiring oapable direotion and organisa tion. The Board has purchased land to the extent of £-1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 February 1914

Public Notice. Corryong and Upper Murray Agricultural and Pastoral Society, TWENTY-THIRD . ANNUAL SHOW TO BE HELD IN CORRYONG- PARE ON Wednesday & Thursday, 18th and 19th March. 1914. President.—Mn T. N. Bennetts. Vice-Presidents. — Messrs W. B. Hamilton, W. E. Phillips and H. L. Parslow. Committee.—Messrs A. T. Bartlett, D. J. Cronin, A. Harris, H. Harris-, A. L. Hamilton, J. Humphrey, F. Jager, R. E. Knight, A. J. Land, R. E. M'Kenzie, H, Nankervis, C. E. Paton, H. J. Paton, G. N. .Bawep, Jas. H. Ros9, L. Shealher and J. H. Simpson. Tbeasujier,—Mr A. T. Bartlett. PRIZE-LIST. HORSES. Class A.—Draughts. Entry fee for non members, 5'. I Draught Stallion. 3 years or over. 1st, £2, gift of Messrs R. H. Smyth and Co. ; 2nd, 10/. a Draught Colt, 2 years, ist, 20/ ; 2nd, cert. 3 Brood Mare, with foal at foot.- ist, 201; 2nd, cert. 4 Dry Mare, 4 years or over, ist, 20/; 2nd, cert. 5 Farm Gelding, 4 years or over, ist, 1 si; 2nd, 5/ 6 Pair Farm Horses, property of one exhibitor, to ...

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COUNTRY ROADS. ORBOST COUNCIL'S OBJECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 February 1914

COUiV'J'HV ItOADS. OftBOST COUNCIL'S OBJECTION. Tho inability of the Orbost council to bear its share of the cost of road construc tion, as recommended by the Country Iloads Board, was urged.by a deputation, received by the Minister of Public Works on Thursday, . The plea related to the main roads in East Gippsland,' par ticularly the- ecctioii oast of tho Cann River. Tho board intonds to have the main road carried through to tho New South Wales border. The deputation, which consisted of the representatives of Orbost council, admitted . that the main roadc proposed by the biard were ojsen tinl for the opening up of Bast Gippsland, but the council must protest against the imposition of the burden of half the cost of construction and maintenance, as the financial position of the shire was unequal to such a chargo. The proposed road traversed a largo extent of unalienated Crown lands, from which the oonncil ro cotved'no'i-ites. w&r'irtgedrtlvat ih" tho circumstances, the Govern...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 February 1914

Public iVolircs. TOWONG TURF CLUB. annuaTTeaces. Thursdny find Friday, 20th and 27th February, 191-1. ]'I:i:SIl)i:NT ~M!t J. I'. H. MITCHELL. St-v.'unit --r. J. C. M. I'lndhiy, J. Gllj. ton. A. Ili.rri-;, IT. \V. Ifiwl. W. I'. Mltclicll, F.. (j. Al-lilw. V. J. M-MtvUii, 11. K. -M'lC.'uiic, K. .1. Mni'klimun, \V. M'Twm. T. l'ntoii, J. l'U-n-f. F. J..S™nliicll.K.J.Scuiiiim-ll, . jun.. II. !'. \V:it»o:), (.'. Water* (J, W. Wli.v-lr-r, W.WIio-liT.jim, ami V.* WliiU'lJuml. -Mr P. J. M'Mi-cHii. Starti-r—Mr W. ft. Phillip.!. Ork of Sok3 -Mr T. N. Uenurtls. Ork of C'uursu ->lr Jtw. lli-?Fligii. . Hun,licnl>per.—Mr J. F. Blair. Tlmufc.-qKT—Mr F. J. Scamiucll, jun. » FIRST DAY (Thursday, 26U1 Hebruary.) MAIDEN PLATE. of 10 sovs.—Second horso to receive 2 sovs. ont of stake. Fur maiden horses. Weight for ago. Fivo furlongs. Nomination, G/. WELT Ell HANDICAP, first, Gold Brace let (value S SOVK.). Second, Bmci-lrt (valuo 2 sovs.). —Lowest weight, 8st. Six furlongs. Nomination, G/. All hor...

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PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. EXECUTIVE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 February 1914

FUOGItJb'SS ASSOCIATION. EXECUTIVE MEETING. The monthly meeting of the executive of the abovo association was hold in the Courier Office, Corryong, on Monday ovening, when the following members wore present, viz., Messrs A. Harris (chairman), H. Harris, Y<\ Davis, J. Campbell, G. Rawes anil A. Bartlott {hon. secretary). Minutes of previous meeting wore read and conlirmed. Tlio secretary Bubmittod preliminary estimates ami plan of proposed Corryong water supply (pre pared by Mr J. T. Noble Anderson, O.K.), and it was agreed that Mejiiv.- Campbell, Cummins and Jianlett prepare r, report to be laid before a meeting of r-Uepayem. Mr Campbell reported that he hud spoken to the Minister for Agriculture (Mr Hut chinson) ro experimental wh -tat plots at Corryong, and had arranged for samples of milling wheats to be sent up from Dockte. Victorian Coal.—The output of Victorian ooal for 1918 was 593,912 tons, valued at thoiuinea at £271,871. The 8cate mine produaed 486,238 tons, the...

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TOOMA v. CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 February 1914

TOOMA v. CORK Y ON O. A team will ho selected from the follow ing pliiver.-f to ropresent Corr.vong a^ain-it h Tooma team on Wednesday next, nt TiMima. l.ukir.a, Kimllny, Crawford, (imMihill, East hike, Hamilton, Slmrji (2),

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MULTUM IN NUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 February 1914

DIUI/ri/.TI li* NIICR. Towonp Shire Council meets on Monday. •Mr II. Vumlenbcrg, denLiit, will visit Corryonj; next week. Tnoma Cricket Club's social on Wednes day evening next,. See advt. Meeting of Ladies' Show committee in tin; Library on 1 '2L11 inst., at four p.m. Cudgewa Dairy Co. invito tenders for horse iced. Tonilers to be in by noon to-div. The 1 lOtli anniversary of the departure of Collins mid the lirst tloet from Sorrento to Hobait occurred on Friday. The total output of coal in Victoria last year was 51)3,U12 ton.', as against 033, in 191*2, an increase of 4769 toiu. A lire at a factory in City road, Mel bourne, on Saturday afternoon, caused damage to the extent of about £15,000. About one million pounds will be ex pended thin year in connection ivith the electrification of the suburban railways. A report from Gaulburn Htates that the retirement of Mr C. G. Wade us leader of the Liberal Party is to be announced very shortly. There are persistent rumours in South Africa...

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DAIRYING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 February 1914

DAIiU'lliC I.VEiUS TItY. Following upon the rop'irt on tho Aus tralian export butter trade provided by Mr II. W. Osborne, manager of the Western District Co-oporative Co., as a result of several months' investigation of tho marketing conditions in Groat Britain, steps are being taken by the Chamber of Agriculture to arrange a conference of or ganisations connected with the dairying I industry to enable tho whole question of i butter exoort to bo considered. It iw i probable tiiat one of the first questions dealt will) by such a conference wiil have relation to the grading of cream, and an alteration of existing conditions*, which permits u farmer to make a weekly de livery of bis cream at a factory and yet obtain as high a price for the whole of his week's supply as the farmer who de livers his cream daily. ! Operation* have cease] at the Great Southern mine, ltutherglen, work at. which ; wa.; started iM year* ago. The company ' I pumped for ."even year* to drain the lead. ' 1 The g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 February 1914

Public Notice. -f S S-f.-J-C'O-,'r-XV-Vi i t-i C-5 fl the people of Corryong and District, 3; CAMPBELL HAS decided to still farther offer the same inducements for Cash oy Booking, as offered: last month. Gash, Booked. 18/ 19/ . 1/8 1/9. - 1/8 ; 1/9 16/11 18/ 12/6 13/6, - 8/ 8/6 10/6 ; 11/6, .13/ 14/ ' 19/ 20/ The following are the Cash and Booking Prices for the undermentioned, goods Best Flour (bag) ...... . .. rollard, bus,. ..... . ' .. . Bran, bus. . Sugar (bag) ..... Kerosene, case .... - . E. Salt L. Salt, best No. 8 Wire, American Barb .... . Also a great clearing out of Oddments in the Drapery and Boot Departments. All odd lines are being turned out,, and will be cleared at special prices that will ensure a quick sale, ® ® ® @ See the Oddment table, on which are oddments in Boots and Shoes, Skirts, Blouses, Children's Dresses, One-piece Robes, Corsets, Ribbons and Gloves,. ® ® ® @ © REMNANTS, The Remnant table is laden with bar gains in Dress Muslins, Prints, Fancy Muslins, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 February 1914

Public iVoliccs. "Corryong CORRYONCt. s.„ R. E. KNIGHT iq-EHEHY notifies that he li.is taken over the above well known liotel, ami hupen by strict attention to the requirements of patrons and keeping only tho best brands of liquors to merit a continuance of the support accorded his predecessor. Pirst-class Billiard Tttble, marker in attendance. Every attention paid to requirements ol Tourists and Travellers. - GOOD GRAZING PADDOCKS & STABLING. Stopping place for CRAWFORD & CO.'S COACHES, which leave this hotel daily (Sundays excepted) for Tallanpntta. ™ CofFYonff Coffee Palace. 1% MISS E. E. KILL, ' PROPRIETRESS. f HE ABOVE well known honso ol accommodation h:is-been renovated through out, nnd-"patron* tnav rely upon their requirements receiving: evory .attention. Reasonable tariff. Two. titbles.'. .Piano. Bath. Good Stabling. • Wcu, TSoaimiPBntauisn ,B'->om. • Kfficiiskt Marker. rr§* HAIRDRESSER'S jALOON on the promises. - X VURE, WEL (-■ 1\rAT (J REI) -"SSESSSg....

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N.S.W. POLITICS. STATE MINISTRY SWORN IN. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 February 1914

K.S.W. POLITICS. STATE MIN'LSTKY SWORN" IN. The State Governor received tho Premier on Thursday, when Mr Hol raaii tendered his risiynation from the office of Attorney General und Colonial Secretary, together with the resigna tion of Mr M'Gowen lis Minister for Labor and Industry ; Mr Cann, Minister for Itaiiways ; Mr Trefle, Minister for Agriculture ; and Mr Kdden, Minister f>.r Mii.es. The Governor accepted the.-'.; resignations,. Mr Hulnuin continued :i; utik'e as Premier., and submitted the names of Ministers who were to form his secoud administration. The Governor inti mated hie acceptance of Mr llolinan's. advice, aud the uew Ministers, Messrs. Ashford, Hoyle and Estell were pre sented. The new State Ministry was sworn in by the Governor, the distri bution of portfolios being as fol lows :— Promior and Treasurer, also Minister for H iilwayB and Navigntion.—Mr W. A, ilolman. Minister for Public Works.—Mr A. Griffith. Minister for M.iuos und Chief Seeretary, —Mr J. ii. Cann. ...

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THINGS IN GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 February 1914

THINGS IK (JKNDIMI.. Squatters sometimes have a broad outlook upon things, although the Labor pai ty won't admit it. Tim late James Tyson, who died wort!) seven millions, when making his lirst spoooli in the Queens'and Legislative Council advo cated the breaking up of hi;; estates much to the dismay of the smaller squatters, who thought he would be one ot the tjreat buttresses of their p:ivileges. "Men ami women are more important than sheep or c itlle," said oid Jimmy. "And wlr a theic are enough men and women mi the laud for either to feel crowded my flocks nil J herds must move further out." I I.ahor is just now ho'ding its own special Parliament in Sydney.' It is the annual conference t>t the Political Labor Leagues 0f the State. It is the body which shapes the policy of the party for the next twelve mouths. And yet the very iirst resolution arrived at was one to ex dude the reporters of the daily Press from its meetings. Most sur prising of all is the fact that this resolu t...

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THE RAINFALL. The following local gauge readings for the current year are supplied by Mr Playle:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 February 1914

TKH KAINFAI'L The lollowius local khuro readings for the current vu'.;: arc supplied by Mr Pliylo:— JANUARY. 13ih .. .. •• 0'27in 20:h .. .. .. OOtiiii 20tl: .. .. • • O-OSin 27tli 1'Oifi •_>aiH O-UIp

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