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KNOWLEDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 September 1914

KNOW^EDGK. W«; may not have cernc to the know ledge of the absolute, bo; it wmild be ab surd to deny our possess-on of the rela tive in truth. No one kn-.-ws everything, but some of us know more than others , and, though the highest point has not been reached, there are steps in the great ladder of moral and intellectual science by which some stand above and others below, some arc nearer to, and others are far from, that unattaincd and 'nvisibie topmost rune. ..

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 September 1914

1 If shadows full on you and mo (And, I suppose, they do), And life is dark and health is poor, And everything is blue. Cheer up ! and take the chanco you have, ' Secure a life renewer ; Away with «loom ! for joy make room ! With Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 September 1914

SEPTEMBER. 1st 0 20in. 10th .. .. 007in. 11th .. .. .. Ollin. 12th .. .. .. OOoin. Total .. .. .. O-lSiii. [Total tor year to date .. 13-19in.]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 September 1914

Public N'oticn. FIRST 1 1900, AND FOREMOST EYEIj SINCE. J. J. mr &n jo alj at- C j{( Universal Providers OCT OC3 S> ^ vwy a ;tj ■COEEYONG.. HAVE pleasure in 'announcing tlie opening of their S*9PJ?JL £3000 worth of Drapery, Clothing, Man tles and Underclothing now to choose from. The choicest, cleanest, and largest stock in the Upper Murray. Latest fashions in Ladies' and Childrens* Millinery. Do not fail to call and inspect our goods. It will pay you. TAILORING. You save a £1 on every suit by leaving your order with us. A splendid range of patterns to select from. Our suits are made by one of Mel bourne's Leading Tailors, and we guar antee satisfaction with every suit. BOOTS AND SHOES. We have a very big and ever changing assortment. Once a customer, always a customer,, in this department. A full stock always on hand of GROCERIES (we sell only the best brands). CROCKERY IRONMONGERY GLASSWARE TIMBER DOORS SASHES CEMENT LIME. "The Very Latest"—One-fire Stoves^ THREE SIZES....

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RED CROSS FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 September 1914

RED CllOSS FUND. A mooting of Indies took pluco in tlio Athonieum J lull, Corryonf;, on 29th ult., in connection with tho lied Cross Section of tho Patriotic Fund. Tho following ladies wore present :—Mesdamos Pluyle, Acocks, Burko, Moore, Cronin, W. White head, Peuke, S. Gay, Sutherland, M'Inerno.v, und the blisses Greenlmin, Llhon, anil Ethel md Corry Pluvle. Mrs A. Pluylo wus appointed president, and Mra D. Cronin secretary and treasurer. All present formed a committee with power to add, Donations were received from tho following :—Mesdumes Pluylo, Cronin, Burke, Peuke, 10/ each ; -Misses Greonhani and Lihou, 10/ oncii ; Airs Monro, 5/ ; Mrs S. Gay, 0/ ; Mesdames Sutherland, Waller and M'Tnornny, 2/0 ouch. Mr .T. J. Phelps donated three dozen yards of civlico, Mrs J. Campbell eighteen yards, Miss Mary Harris two dozen yurds, Mrs Taylor one dozen yurds, Mrs Acocks one dozen of tupc und one dozen of cotton, Mrs Knight one dozen of eulien und ono dozen of tape, und Mrs S. Guy 8/ for ...

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THE WAR. SPECIAL CABLE SERVICE. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Evening. ALLIES' SUCCESSES IN NORTH-EAST FRANCE. GERMAN DIVISION SURROUNDED AND FORCED TO SURRENDER. AUSTRIA SUFFERS SEVERE REVERSE IN SERVIA. A GERMAN MINISTER CRITICISES BRITAIN'S ATTITUDE. RUSSIAN SUCCESSES IN GALICIA. AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE ANNEXES NEW GUINEA. [PER REUTER.] LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 September 1914

SPECIAL CABLE SERVICE. . • ' MELBOURNE, Wednesday Evening. j ALLIES'.SUCCESSES IN NORTH-EAST FRANCE. j GERMAN DIVISION SURROUNDED AND 'FORCED TO:SURRENDER. i AUSTRIA SUFFERS SEVERE REVERSE IN SERVIA. | A GERMAN MINISTER CRITICISES BRITAIN'S ATTITUDE. RUSSIAN SUCCESSES IN GALICIA. AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE ANNEXES , NEW GUINEA. ■.[PEiR REUTER.] .. . • V • It*. 1 - • • - LQNDON, Tuesday. The Central News Agency reports that General von Kluck has surrendered to the Allies with 14,000 prisoners. Another report states 25,000 prisoners and many guns. An official report from Nish (Servia) states that a force of 9G.000 Austrians attempted to cross the Drina near Praca and were temporarily successful, but were finally repulsed by bayonet charges, leaving behind a howitzer battery, a field battery and six machine guns. The 79fch Regiment lost 8,000 men, and farther casualties make up a total loss of 10,000. COPENHAGEN, Tuesday. Herr Hollweg has issued a statement in the press replying to...

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ADDITIONAL SUBSCRIPTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 September 1914

ADDITIONAL SUBSCRIPTIONS. B. G. Kiel! ... £20 0 0 H. Harris ... > 5 0 0 Hev. Mr Coulter 2 2 0 Henry Nnnkervis 2 2 0 T. W. Whitehead 2 1 0 E. J. Brown 1 1 0 13. Hughes 1 1 0 Mrs John Waters 1 0 0 H. T. Euwoa 0 10 0 £137 0 6 The fat cow donated by Mr W. E. Phillips, of Towong, realisod at Now market A'10/15/, und a chcquo for thru amount has been received by tho treas urer from Messrs Miihicson and Davis, who charged no commission on the dale.

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EARLIER NEWS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Evening. PETROGRAD, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 September 1914

" EARLIER NEWS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Evening, X'ETBOGRAD, Monday. | It is roportc<l that Germany is goading strong reinforcements to Memel (at the mouth of the Nieuieu) by sou to threaten Tilsit. . ATHENS. Monday. The negotiations between Greece anil Turkey regarding the Aegean Islands have been postponed indefinitely. PARIS, Monday.. "Le Matin's" correspondent at Petro gr«d- telegraphs that there aro persistent rumors that the larger part of the Aus trian armies have capitulated. LONDON, Monday. The Press Bureau status that the ar rival of reinforcements and the continued advance have delighted the British troops, who are full of zeal and anxious to press forward. The attempt to envelope the French left was continued on the 5th iiiac., the French retiring after much fighting towards the'Sienna. Large Ger man forces crossed the Marno on the 6th, and advanced through Coulommier past the British right. The French left- army attacked these, the same night, carrying three villa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 September 1914

Public IVotice. The Winter Season's . . Goods . . NOW ON SHOW AT 1 LL DEPARTMENTS are well stocked up in the Latest and Newest . Sfliapes, i 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. ® ® ® ® ® D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 September 1914

I'liIthV. ^Olict's, COR/RYONG. / K. E. KNIGHT -JJEItEBY notifies that ho has tsiken ovof thn above well known hotel, ami hopes by strict attention lo t!u< requirements of patrons and keeping only the best bnimls of liquors to merit u continuance of thn support accorded his predecessor. First-claes Billiard Table, marker in auendnnee. J Every attention paid to requirements ot Tourists and Travellers. GOOD GRAZING PADDOCKS & STABLING. Stopping-place for CRAWFORD & CO AS COACHES, which leave this hotel daily '(Scimkys -excepted) for Tallangatta. MISS%E. E. HILL, PROPRIETRESS. HE ABOVE well known house ot accommodation hits been renovated through out,, nnd patrons mn.v rely upon their requirements receiving ovcry'attention. Reasonable I'ariiY. Two tables. Piano. Bath. Good Stabling. 7 ... Wkll Eqoippkd Bilmaud Room. Efficient Makkku. ■JSs" HAIRDRESSER'S oALOON 011 the premises. Tintaldiia Hotel. . F. P. Lucas, Licsnses. First-clnss Accommodation foi' Traveller...

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CONTROL OF FOODSTUFFS. REGULATIONS ISSUED. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 September 1914

co.vrjtoi, or foodstuffs. REGULATION'S ISSUED. A special issue of the Government Gazette was published on Monday even ing containing proclamations under the Prices of Goods Act, and the Foodstuffs*, and Commodities Act. Regulations is sued under the Foodstuffs and Com modities Act were agreed to at a meet ing of the State Executive Council held at Government House oa Monday, and were published in the Government Ga zette. All persons holding supplies ot foodstuffs and other commodities in ex cess of the quantities stipuluted in the schedule to the act are required to fur nish, on or before September 24th, 1914, a return of all such foodstuffs and other commodities held by them on Septem ber 2ist, 1914. The information must be given under the following headings (1) Kind of foodstuffs and oth-.-r commo dities ; (2) quantity on hand ; (3) foe whom held ; (4) where held. Any per son failing to so furnish returns shall be guilty of an offence, r.nd shall, on con viction, be liable to a pe...

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THE Corryong Courier. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 September 1914

TIJK UI unhung THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, l'JH. • For the uiui^o that lucks asHntaua.-, l«or tho wrongs that nuud resistance, I-or tho {mure in tho d.->ta .ce, And tho good tuat we can do. The recent Federal Elections are in same respects the most re markable in the history of the Commonwealth. It was the first occasion since the inauguration of the Federal Parliament that Aus tralia has been called upon to elect two new Houses. For years the two machine parties have been working for the elimination of the Progressive Independent, whose vote was not subject to party con trol. Labor threw down the chal lenge, and the Liberals took it up. Both desired a straightout contest, and the result is before us. Labor has increased a majority of 22 in the Senate to 28, and converted a minority of one in the House of ! Representatives into a majority of eight—a total gain of 15 seats. It is emphatic enough, certainly, but what does it mean ? There is no question of Liberal apathy this time. It i...

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CORRYONG PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 September 1914

COltmOiVn I'ATiilOTIC FU!VB». Amount previously ac knowledged ... £102 2 6

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BERRINGAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 September 1914

BElCItltVttAiHA. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. A Patriotic concert is to be beld on the 25th September. An enjoyable Foreign Mission enter tainment took place in the Berringama Hall 011 Wednesday evening, September gth. There was a good attendance from Cudgewa and Wabba. Mrs Collom had the children well trained, and brought them on to the stage creditably. This is the first time that children have performed in Berringaina, so that Mrs Collom has the honor of being the first to show us what children can do. The children sang songs in chorus and also gave recitations singly. The hall was decorated by the Misses Bramley and Waugh and Mrs Mausell, assisted by Mr 'William Mildrea. Mr Baker acted as chairman. Mr Carkeek passed a vote of thanks to Mrs Collom for the. manner sTie had taught the children, and Mr F. Bramley spoke eiilogistically of the children. After the supper, which was supplied by the ladies, a dance finished up the evening. Misses Ott.y, Nugent and Righetti supplied the mu...

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STATISTICAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 September 1914

iTATSSTICAJ, S{:j»lAKV. The ft'llciwiiii,' approximate particulars of tlu- urea, population und production of :ht- >;n European IVuvrs ;iu:l Australia will he [omul infeti-j-tintj for purposes of i-uiup:ui>j()ji. The uit'us hi*" in thousands of squmv in the oilier columns ill** nuinh"is are trillions, and ivpi r.-nut 'h-1 liilt'.-t fount in sKH'li nnd tlm annual yields of g» aiu iu bushels and of poinTOt's in ton--. v — £ > 7 §r | > £. 3 s £ g r * •r p Aria. 1*21 ^us •2(17 •JiU 8.00O no s.snn Pop. .. •15 (;r, *.i 1(57 :)t 5 Hor>»-.> .. :> •} •i :U 1 2 Cattle. .. 12 20. 1 { llv C. 11 Sheep. .. so 7 1! <1 11 ,-n Wiu at. .. (I J Mi) :if) t Urn •2 \." •20!) 7'i Oat?. .. 1 rrj •{;r> :j0" •200 7:.; D Hmi-I.-.v. .. ",s MO •17 I !M ■liT 10 2 Potatoes. 7 V2 11) :U t 5

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 September 1914

ft us. The annual general meeting of tho Corryong Tennis Club was hold on Tuesday evening, when tho following olUce-hearers were elected :—President, Dr. Grcenham ; captain and handicapper, Mr Enlwisle ; secretary and treasurer, Mr Keihercoto ; committee, Messrs Moore,'Burtlett, Burke, Entwinle, Jager, and Boucher, Mondames Acocks, Burko, Mooro and EntwiMe and Misses It. Waters and 13. Groenhill and tho oflico bearern. The subscription was fixed at— : Gentlemen 10/, ladies 5/, country mem bers and non-playo's half price. It wus ; decided to erect a pavilion. The opening day was fixed for. Saturday, 19th inst., ; when a Mixed Doubles Tournament will I be held, commencing at two p.ui.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 September 1914

I'ultlic Notice. "T]j8 Corryong Courier." • NOTICE. TN conFoqnenoe of tlin conditions im posed by the Country I'riulers* Wages Hoard — the amended it ward of which came into operation on 27th October—wo nre compelled to frauv; several new latum* in regard lo Advertisements and Cwvvspomlemje intended for insertion in the Cottrirr. Notice is hereby i»ivt?u that the^e ruled will bo adhered to strictly. Advertisement?.. — All new advertise ments must bo in hand b) -i p.m. on Wednesday*. Chaises of standing advertisements will not be received after 10 a.m. on Mondays. Correspondence, tic. — All corres pondence and other matter must bo ill hand by G p.m..on Tuesdays, other wise inser.ion cuuiiot be guaranteed. Accounts. — Orders umst be paid in advance, unless the person ordering has tin account, at this ollicc. a. t. uai;tLK/iT, , Proprietor.. H. VAMDEN8ERG, DENTAL SPECIALIST, Of UCECEUl'OICTQI (lion. Dentist to Beechwocth Hospital^ Gold, Porcelain and A.M. Killing,. Lirid^e and Crown Wo...

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MULTUM IN NUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 September 1914

lUIII/B'IMI ' l.\ NIKJH, Melbourne Show opens un Monday. ' Mr C. li. Kobin niinomicea his dates elsewhere. • Federal Football Club's ball on October 2nd. See advt. Clearing sale at Tullangaita Valley on 25tb inst. See advt. Vieloria Cottage Hospital invite nomin ations for committee. See advt. Cheap excursion train will leave Ta langatta for Melbourne on Fiiday, October Dili. 15all at Tintaldra. to-morrow night. Proceeds in aid of Corryong Cottage lion pital/ 1 , v~ldis"fljared that tlie victims in Mie-eol liery (lisaster at lluntly, M.Z., will num ber 41. . • ' . ■ ' Tlie Sydney war funds now amount to £182,000, and the Melbourne funds to over £1011,0110: . The Patriotic Fund which is beingraised by the. Prince of Wales litis reached ■'£•£500,000..' • Nominations arc invited by the Cud gewa Dairy (Company for three directors and one auditor. See advt. Berlin advices state that Germany's direct war expenses amount to £1,500,000 per day, while the economic loss is equal to £2,250,000...

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WODONGA MARKET. YOUNGHUSBAND, ROW AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 September 1914

WODONGA MARKET. Y0UKG1IUS1UND, ROW AND CO. Report having hold their usiml fortnightly snle of fiU cutilo at their Woilongn ynrds on 8th inst. Tho attenilnnco of buyers wns riot lnrge. They quoin :—Bullocks, to .£9/15/ ; fat steors, to X'O/T/G ; cows, te £8; others, to X6/5/.

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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 — 17 September 1914

THE MARKETS. MELH0URN1S MARKETS. [By Wire.] Wodnosdtiy, 6 p.m. Messrs Mnthioson and Davis, of St. I James' Buildings, Williams-stveot, Mel- I bourne, wiro us us follows :— Fut Cuttle.—2,780 .yarded, comprising 1250 from N.S.W., iioO t orn Gippsland, 100 from .youth Gippsland, 000 from Norili, 200 from West, ami 50 from King Itjlimd. Good und prime eattlo generally realised fully Into rntes, with choico quality 10/ higher, middling und inferior wuro dull and lower. Primo pens of bul locks, £15/10/ to £17 ; extra, to .£18/15/ ; odd beasts, to £21 ; good, J;lii to £15 ; good, light and handy, JC11/10/ to £12/15/ ; seconds and inferior, from £0. 1'iiiuo pens of cows, £10/10/ to £12 ; extra, to £14/10/ ; good, £8/10/ to £10 ; others, from £-1. Fat Calves. — 7-10 penned. Good quality were very firm, nnd others easier. Fat Sheep. — ii7,250 ynrdod. Ow ing to tho operations of exporters for prime and of graziers for indiO'urent sorts prices for all classes ruled slightly in ad vance of liito...

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