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QUEENSLAND. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 September 1914
QUEENSLAND, ^ HOU.SK OF ItKl'KESKNTATiVES. ' Urisbane. — \V. 1". Finlaysoti, L,ab.. r, [ 17,048 ; .J. Laukey, Lib., I,|,-J8U. | Capricorn ia.—W. G. Higgs; Lab., r, ! 14;13U ; JS. W. Macrossari, Lib., U.7H1. Darlinj; Downs.—I,. E. Groom, Lib., r, [ 13,751 ; I*. U. Hatiers, Lab., 10,222. * Herbert:—F. W. Jianifonl, Lab., r, 17,041 ; V. Fraser, Lib.,1!),756. Iiflley.—J,. Stiimni, Lib;, r, 14,302 ; A. S. i.\lley, Lab., 13,178. . Moreion.—H- Sindalr, Lib., r, 12,315; J. Sherlock Laly, !), 197. Oxley.—J. B. .Sbarpe, Lab., r, 17,G2(J ; J. (.1. Jlayley, Lib., 13,345. Wide iiay.-^A. Fisher, Lab., r, 14,897 ; J. A. Auslin, Uib., 8,411.
NEW SOUTH WALES. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 September 1914
NEW SOUTH \VALKS. " • IIOUSK Op lUU'RMSKNTATIVliS. Barrier.—J. Thomas (Lab.) r, 15,080 ; \V. J, Ferguson (Lib.), 3,812. Calare.—*H. It. M. I'ijioLt (Lib.) r, .12,345; \V. J. Jolipstou (Lab.), 1 1,513.. Cgok.-rJ. H. Uatts (Lab.) r, in,749 ; SV U. Yarrington (Mb.}, 9,603 ; Emily L, 1'aul (Soc.), 480. Darling.—\V. li.~S pence (Lab.) r, 9,940 ; \Y. !i. Kelk (Lib.), 0,1)07. Dalley.—U. Howe (Lab.) r, 14,203 ; J. J. L. M'Eacliarn (Lib.), U,b37 East Sydney.—.1. West (Lab.) r, 11,934 ; O. L. Tli0.nip.30ii (Lib.), 8,693. Eden-Monaro.-^A. Chapman (Lib.) r, 1I,7HU ; H. J. Lestnmge (L,ab.), 7,850. Uwydir.—W. Webster (Lab.) r, 12,317 ; J. E. Hlaektiey(Lib.), 1(1,900.. ^.Huine.-'?r-U.-..l>atteii'CLib.l;r, 13,704 ;■ 1*. Sullivan (Lab.), 13,210, Hunter.— M. Charlton (Lab.) r, 11,194 ; A. May (Lib.),.9,409, Ilhiwarra.—(j. M. linrns (Lab.) r, 10,(09 : U. W. Fuller (Lib.), ,11,05( Lang.—W. E. Johnson (Lib.) r, 15,400 ; II. Laniond (Lab.), 13,085. Macnuarie.—E. 8. Carr (Lab.), r, 12,250 ; K. D. Moore...
WESTERN AUSTRALIA. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 September 1914
W'KSTli'.tX AT TKAIJA. llO'JSK OK KKI'KKSKN'TATIYKS. Uiuupier.—If. (injury, Lib,, r, 11,517 ; \\ Coiiey, Lab., 0,:i'21. Fremantk*.—K. J. Hurdiel!, Lab,, r, \0,:m ; T. .1. lln^, Lib., 12jm. JVrih.—.1. M. Fowlur, lab., r, 1.1,151 ; A. M'CaUum, Lab., J'i.Ul'J. K\van.—J. I'orr«-&lt;t, Lib., r, 10,455 ; \V. R. Vetera, Lab.j 10,909.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 September 1914
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. / House of Ukpuk.skxtativks. , Adelaide.—U. E. Yates, Lab., r, lli,075 ; ;\V. A. Hamilton. Lili., 7,'J^O. v--'1'Marker.—I. Livingston, Ijil>., r, 15,231 ; W. II. Sampson, Lali., 11 ,G7'2. ltoodliby.—D. D.'inki'l, Lab., r, 18.0S5 ; S. H. Hunt, I.ili., 11,-117. Grey.—A. Toynton, Lull., r, 13,819 ; W. Morrow, Lili., 11,8:1".. Hiniliimr«li.—\V. (). AreliiliaM, Lali,, r, 24,9111 ; .1. A. Craig, Lili., K,4U!|. WitkuliiiM. — K. W. Foster, Lil>., r, 14,250; \V, II. Iliirv^y, Lab., 12,Stii).
MATHIESON AND DAVIS [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 September 1914
MA^rniESON AND DAVIS Report having hold their usual fortnightly market at the Albury municipal yards on lGth inst. There was a fair attendance of buyers present. Bullocks, to £18/17/ ; cows, to ±'11/7/; steers and heifers, to •t'7/5/. Crossbred wethers, to 21/6 ; crossbrod ewos, to 17/6 ; merino wethors, to 20/8 ; spring iambs, to 14/3.
DALGETY AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 September 1914
DALGETY•AND - CO. Report holding their usunl Albury fort nightly market on 15th inst., wlion they yardod 1520 fat sheop and latnbs mid 96 cattle. There was a modorate attend ance of buyers.' Quotations :—Bullocks, to JJ18/17/; steers, to X'8 ; cows, to j£ll/7/. Crossbred wethers, to 18/; crossbred owes, to 17/8 ; spring lambs, to 14/2. •
ALBURY MARKET. YOUNGUSBAND, ROW AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 September 1914
AL13URY MARKET. YOUKGUUSBAXl), HOW AN EX CO. Report having hold their usual fort niyluly sulo of fat stock at tho Albury municipal .Minis on lath inst., whoa they offered 62 fut eattlo and 500 flit shoop. Tho attendance of tho trado was fairly Rood. They quoto :— Bullocks, to. .£13/17/; cows, to £11/10/; vealers, to .±'7/5/. Crossbred wethers, to 21/6; crossbred ewes, to 17/9 ; merino owes, to 18/0; merino wethers, to 20/8 ; lambs, to 14/4. ,:.u ■
ALBURY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 September 1914
ALBURY PRODUCE MARKET. Tho Albury Wool unci Produce Brokers (Messrs Younyhusband, How and Co. l'ty. Ltd., Colijiihuun's Co-operative Sell in■» unci Agency Co. Ltd., D/ilgety mid Co. Ltd., Matliieson and Davis) report that the Albur.y produco sales were re sumed on ISth inst., to ono of tho largest and best attendances of buyers seen at Albtiry for a considerable time, and ihey are pleased to report that competition was good for nil tho oiTurinfjs, and tho prices received cannot: fail to give satis faction, considering tho state of tlio Lon don and Continental markets. Tho cata logues consisted of 1.1,650 skins, 893 hides, 2;S Ions tallow, 15 tons rabbit skins, 200 dozen fox skins, and a quantity of wool. Quot ctions .—Wool. — Dead wool, to yd per lb. ; crutohings, to 3Jd. Sheepskins.—Best well-grown crossbred, Bound, to 0 3-8:1 per lb. ; best merino, to 6d. Hides.—Best butchers' hides, to 0 3 Sd per lb.; calf skins, to 8d. Tallow. —Tins mado i'15 por ton ; casks, to £17 ; Dipos. to ...
THE MARKETS. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [BY WIRE.] Wednesday, 6 p.m. Messrs Mathieson and David, of St. James' Buildings, Williams-street, Melbourne, wire us as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 September 1914
TUP. MA/tKKTS. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [liv Wiiu:.] Weiliiesdiiy, 6 p.m. Messrs l\rat!iieaoii mid Duvia, of St, James' liinidi'.JLjs, Williums-streut, l!el bournu, wire us us follows :— Fat Cattlo.—2,525 yarded, comprising 950 from N.S.W., 550 from North East, 200 from Gippsland, 150 from South Gippsland, iJOO from North, 200 from South Australia, 150 from King Island, and 100 from West. The demand was very keen, and prices generally ruled fully ten shillings higher. Prime poii3 of bullocks, £15/10/ to -'.'17/10/ ; extra, to ilS/2/U ; odd beasts, to A19/10/ ; good, A'lii/10/ to A'15 ; good, light and handy, ill/15/ to A'lii/5/ ; seconds and inferior, from A'ti. l'rmic pens of cows, .£10/15/ to A'12/15/ ; extra, to A" 1-1 ; odd beasts, to .Clii; good, A'ti/15/ to A10 ; others, from A'4/10/. Fat Calves, — 7D0 penned. PricoB were very firm. Fat Sheep. — «2,000 yardod. in chiding 50 trucks of Monday's market. The demand for good to primo sorts at both sales was firm, and while Monday's aucti...
STATISTICAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 September 1914
STATISTICAL S'lMUIAICV. * The following approximate particulars of the urea, population and production of till! six European Powers and Australia will ho found interesting f"r purposes of comparison. The areas aro givnu in thousands of square miles. In tliu other columns the numbers are millions, and represent iho latest count in stock and the annua! yields of gtain in bushels and of potatoes in tons. Area. .. l'Jl "-'(H 'J07 'JI51 8,151)0 110 -„'.!iOO 1 'op, ... 40 li"> 3!l 51 1157 iJI 5 Horses .. 2 1 3 1 :U I Cattle. .. J-J 20 11 1(5 5:-: 15 11 Sheep. .. SO 7 1(5 11 SI 11 sa Wheat... lil ISO :idl l'.iO -t t". -JO.) 71 Oats. .. 115-J JOO -Jtio 71'5 XI !> HarleT. .. 5H MO -17 MO 117 10 2 L'otatocs. 7 HI l-> Hi 31 1
WABBA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 September 1914
1YAICKA. FROM A COItKKSPONDENT. At a meeting of parents, convened by the head teacher at the Wabba scJiool a fortnight ago, it was decided to raise money for the Patriotic Fund. In accordance with Departmental wishes, a subscription list was opened amongst the school committee and friends. The children are contributing their pennies weekly to tile fund, and the mothers have organised a sewing bee. To further augment the fund, it was decided to hold a euchre party and dunce in the school on iSth inst. By tiiis means jf-i/iS/ was raised. Altogether a sum of £i*m has been forwarded from this centre to the District Treasurer at Beechworth. Although the night was very dark, a good number of people gathered at the school on Friday evening. Over thirty people took part in the card tournament, and thus spent a pleasant hour or so. Miss E. Wheeler and .Mr K. Hawkins led the van, aud a good rear guard action was fcught by Mrs J. Whitehead and Mr G. Humphrey. The prizes were generously donated...
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 September 1914
HULK. On Wednesday, 10th inst., play took place on tlii! Curryou}* links for the Presi dent's mid Mr Hood's trophies. These matches were also considered as the close of the season, l'ur Mr Hood's trophy Mm Aeoeks ami Mrs Campbell tied for first place, and for the President's Messrs An- ! ■ lerson and Netheieote also tied. The 1 play-off for the ladies resulted in a win for j Mrs Campbell. The other match has yet I to he decidcd. Principal scores are as I follow :— 1 Mrs Arocks, 105, HO, 75 ; Mrs Campbell, 101, -l), 75; Miss Mino^ue, 1 US, HO, 78 ; Miss 1*. (Jreenhill, luS, *20, 88 ; Mrs Kut wisle, 1*20, UO, 00 ; Miss Greenham, 181, ,*}0, 1)5. Result of play-off (one lound), | Mrs Campbell, oli, i'.l, 40 ; Mrs Acocks, ! OH, 15, 48. Anderson, 97, 24, 73 ; Netbercote, 85» ' 12, 7H ; J. Greenhill, 98, 22, 76 ; Houeher, I 96, 20, 70 ; Koberls, 100, 24, 76 ; Greeu liuux, 103, IS) 85 ; liutAviale, S5, ser,, &>.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 September 1914
Public Notices. WELL-KNOWN rnmnm 1SES TESTIFY TO t-&lt;ticr recrivcd from Nurse Catherine Korting, 176 Davis»»treet, North Brunswick, 29/3/12, in winch she claims Clements Tonic restored her daughter to health. Read each word ; CLEWEMTS TONIC LTD., " I am writing of the great good Clements Tonic did my daughter. Early in January last year, she was operated upon in hospital for appendicitis. She was eight weeks there, and came home very weak and ran down. I purchased &lt;^vcral bottles of Clements Tonic to give her a course. IT soon strengthened her nerves, and she was as well as I could wish her before long. It is fourteen years ago that I first used Clements Tonic, and in my profession as a nurse 1 have recommended that medicine times out of number. I have seen people re stored to health and strength, and BLESS THE DAY THEY HEARD OF CLEMENTS TONIC. That medicine has never failed to do good when given to any of my patients, or, indeed, anyone who has sought my advice...
BERRINGAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 September 1914
FROM OUU OWN COIilJESPONDKNT. Tlic rifle club meeting called for Saturday night, 19th inst., passed off' successfully. Mr C. Da vis wrote saving lie would attend, hut owing to the night being wet and dark lie was unable to arrive. Mr Geo. Mildren was voted to the chair, and asked those present if they were wil.ing to start a club, which they agreed to do. The following were elected committee men with power to add :—Messrs Jaim-s Coulston, John Smedley, John Jeffcott, Joseph Otty, Edward Jeffcott, George Mildren and S. B. Coghill. Mr S. B. Coghill was elected secretary. Messrs J. Coulston and John Jeffcott agreed to pick a site, for a riile range.
POSTAL RATES AND REGULATION [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulation if me[?] Papua Lord Howe Island and Norfolk Island] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 September 1914
Postal rates and nncuLATionn [Who.ro tlio torm "Tim ' '•immon. wealth" is usiyl in «inii&lt;vl.imi uill. 1.I1. =■> rates ami regulation!) il rn|tip» Lord LIowo isLtnJ. iiiul NmiIr.lli Moml 1-KmCKM. For every J ounce m fin.M.,i, il».r For delivery within l.lu> ('om wealth (I I For delivery in tho Itriliuli ICm pire n I For delivery in the Now I loin i-M, Dawks, .md Torn-n ] r.)»i■ • I a . . 0 '! For delivery in other |>|n . n lkitkii caiih;!. For delivery within t)i>> Cuiiiru.nivi iillli ■ Single, Id. curb; i,.|,ly, I.I. hull. For delivery in l.ln&lt; llnlinli I'lmpim (n"&lt; list of places under " I ,c|.|. i «"> l.iin ' gle, Id. eneli. For delivery in New I loliridcn, l!nnl. i, and Torres Iidandii Si11j-.I• •, '.'&lt;1. &lt;wli. Kor delivery in other phiern Siiiulo, 2Jd. each. POST CAHDS. Single Postcard* im[>iwith l.hi Id. tramp, and Iteply en- doublo cards, each liulf of which h:i» Uie Id. nt.:in:[i impressed thereon, ma...
PATRIOTIC SPORTS. [SUPPLIED.] [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 September 1914
PAT It I OTIC sl'OHTS. [supplied.] Mr Knight will dispense liquid refreshment,. Mrs M'CuIiy succulent ami juicy fruit and tasty confectionery and Mrs Hill the stimu lating cup of tea and sandwich. Kntries for Horse events, Men's Foot Races, Bicycle Race and Tug-of-\Var close on Saturday, *J0th inst, at y p.m., at Jager's. Hotel. Mrs K. E. M'Kenzie is giving a fat turkey gobbler and Mr T. C. Davis a bridle for extra, events to be arranged. The trophies for horse events are cups* which can be suitably engraved. For the trot will be given a silver-mounted claret jug and a walch. Tug-of-War winners are' to get a neatly mounted carving . et each, and the runners up .-.afciy ra".or sets. A biscuit barrel and a brief bag form the liicyelo Bace prizes. Clocks, watches, dressing cases, and numerous other trophies are provided for men, while leather hand bags, sugar bowls, butter knives, A*c. will stimulate the ladies to do Cast time. The younger people of both sex.'s are to be well provided ...
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 September 1914
SPURTING- NOTES. The Ascot Thousand will be nin tliis afternoon, and may lie won by. Hazel II. . C. Wheeler has left Melbourne for Syd ney to supervise Uathlea's preparation for the Epsom Handicap. , A French boxer, named Quendreaux, knocked Frank Thorn out in the eleventh round atUrisbane on Saturday night. Corryon'' Patriotic Sports and. Kaces will be held on Wednesday next, 30th inst. Programme commences at 12 o'clock sharp. .• l'icnic races and sports will be held at Tailangattii oil Thursday, 15th October, in aid of local charity, the prizes being trophies, of a total viilua of about £35. (ji. Burns, the rider of Puzzled in the Second Hurdle Hace at the Wangaratta races on Friday, was (limjualiliiid for 12 months, for alleged crossing at the last hurdle. Uigandra won the Spring Stakes at the Uosehill (Sydney) races on Saturday by a couple of lengths from Dauus and Kelievo, running the wile in 1.42J, with 0.3 aboard. Ulvu's Isle, which has been scratched for the Uaullield Cup, i...
FARM WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 September 1914
(MIE.II WOSEICKSCS. The steamer "Thomistoclt-s," which is i-xp-cU:il to arrive in Melbourne abruit tho beginning of October, is b/inging to Victoria, a party of 7i> men and 170 lads, whom it id desired to place in employment in tho country districts as soon as possible alter their juthv.I. The Immigration Bureau, o! 555. Flinders Str&lt;vt, Melbourne, is desirous of receiving information from any farmers or other country employers who may be in need of labor. Owing to th2 ikv conditions which are being experienced in the northern parts, of the State, it is recognised that the demand for farm labor is, under present circumstances,, not neai ly so great us would be the case under ordinary condition:* ; but it is hoped that all employer* who iniy have any vacancies, or who may have opportunities of placing men in any way, will lose no time in sending in the necessary advice. With the dairying s-'ason in operation under prosperous con.-" dition? in the Western District and in...
STATE SCHOOLS' ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 September 1914
STATE SCHOOLS' ACTION. At a largely attended anil representative meeting of teachers in Jieechworth held to formulate a schema for united action by teachers and pupils of the schools in tlie North East inspectoral district, Mr K. W. Armitage, M.Sc., F.G.S., Ac., district in spector, who occupied the chair, said that ho was in the happy position of being able to stato that whatever action was taken by those present would be endorsed by their fellow teachers throughout his district. Mary teachers from the district had volunteered, being willing to sacrifice their live3 it necessary. A European war was no ho iday, 110 picnic, and all must rccognise there would be, from loss of life, wounds, and many other causes, much distress which all mui=t help, to meet and alleviate, etc. This aid would bo required in addition to anything our governments might do. Mr A. J. Edwards (Beechworth) proposed "That it bo a recom mendation from this meeting to tho teachers of this Beechworth inspectoral di...