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PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 September 1914

PUB LI CA TI:;ys [lECl-'.l VED. _ "Life" magazine has just issued the first sixpenny number of "Life's War Guide"— a new and excellent wur publication—in which hundreds (if queries ^neii re the war ;ir(.' clearly and accurately answered. These many answers to war queries are supplemented liy a number of excellent sju'i'ial articles —notably two by Or. \\". H. Fitchett, entitled "The Strategy of the (Ireat War," ami "How the Great War He^an." "Life's War Guide" is published at sisjH-neo in fortnightly parts. Witli each number is included ati ei^lit-pn^e Pocket War Atlas—a most useful idea tor ready reference. Anyone who reads "Life's War Guide will certainly find many daily puzzles about the war made plain, and also enjoy an excellent cluster of special war articles.

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PATRIOTIC SEWING GUILD. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 September 1914

PATRIOTIC SEWING GUILD. The secretary acknowledges the follow ing further donations ;—Mrs Easton, 10/; Miss Playle, 10/ ; Miss Marjory Burke, 10/6 ; Miss Dutton, 5/ ; A Friend, 1/. Nurso Minogue, 1 dozen tlauneletto ; Mrs M'Kenzte, old linen. A parcel containing the following ar ticles was sent oil yesterday morning to the lied Cross Socioty :—6 shirts, 4 cholera belts, o!} handkerchiefs, ono pair sox, ono pair mittens, one Balaclava hel met, ouo pareol old linen. Arrangements have been made' for parcels to bo sent weekly.

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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THE RAINFALL. THE YEARS RECORDS. Following are the records of the rainfall for 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1969, 1910, 1911, 1912 and 1913:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 September 1914

■J tSi: ICAIM'AE.L THE Yr,AUS' KECOliby. Following are the reconls of tin1 riiiii f:il! fi;r 190f,. 190G, l'JOT, 100S, 1909, 1'JIO. 19U, 11)1-2 an,! 1313 CO So or.-()5 io u: oi-Ro PC-08 80-15 HH-'Jo Oo-Sfi 01-08 ?S Z cf-f' TS Q CB 7 r,i-o 110 Tit 00-5 KM •aoq; CiO 05. J' 00-1 H!-!! ic-o 01-1 01-fl <JM' TL'-O •AOVJ 15: f! I'J -1 OM ir-o ye-o (is. [ IS-1 08-C. (il-V ■10Q COS MM! Cfi-I VI' 5 1)0-1 0<Mi R5-T IIV Ott-7, 00 Z 10-5 KfiO fti'-r, or- 'j I Vl-Z Mi-o r.'j-i •Zu\t ZZ-l ftl-'J ftf- s: f.'i: do r, ur i:i-r, t'lMi ot:-y A'lMf C(i-0 OI-fl Ofi-B 09-5 li-S irij-r: CB- r ZL-'J 01111 km' o zc>7, S:05 If! Z UY.Z 06.0 'Jli-ii 7-L-7, •cl' iv H'-O 00-0 80-0 km; CM 01.5 itt-t 00. t [Ully M-* fio-r KM IH.O 10-1 Ki:-0 IIVO •J"JM <!<.)■ I hq. i iO-f' no-1 711 EG-f PO-5 Hi-0 M-I 0!J 5 1-1-0 A' So [J0 o hi-r '•If, oi:- ( 'l!M. ■UHf fifjr SMil noi 0161 6001 8061 /.06I 9001 9061 Oh, merchant in this hour of eee, If on this paper you should ccc, Tnko o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 September 1914

Public Notice. The Winter Season's . . Goods . , NOW ON SHOW AT I LL DEPARTMENTS are well ■ stocked up in tlie Latest and Newest Shapes, Stj'les and Designs possible, The Laclies have been well catered for, A line 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' $11 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, clesigns 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, ^®®®® Don't forget to se...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 September 1914

I'lihlic IVwIitws. 44 5J • COERYONG. R. E. KNIGHT ' JJEREBY notifies that lie has taken over the nbove wnll known hotel, and hope? - by strict attention to llio requirements of patrons "mil keeping only the best '"brands of liquor*'to merit a continuance of the support accorded bis predecessor, tirst-classBilliard Table, murker in attendance. livery attention paid to requirements oi Tourists and Travellers. GOOD GRAZING PADDOCKS & STABLING. Stopping/'place for CRAWFORD & CO.'S COACHES, which - : leave this hotel daily (Sundays excepted) for Tallangatta. MISS E. E. KILL, PROPRIETRESS. HE ABOVE well known house ot apcommodiviion 1ms been renovated through out, mid patrons may rely upon their requirements -receiving every attention. Reasonable tariff. Two tables. Piano. Bath. Good Stabling. Wki.l Equipped' Billiard Room. Efficient Markkii. > JSsT HAIRDRESSER'S 3ALOON 011 the premises. ■Testaldba. Hotel. F. P. Lucas, Licensee. First-class Accommodation for Travellers....

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DISASTROUS FIRE AT MELBOURNE SHOW. GRANDSTAND AND EXHIBITION ROOMS DESTROYED. [By WIRE.] MELBOURNE, Yesterday, [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 September 1914

nisasi'ieotim at mel bohkm: show. GRANDSTAND AND EXHIBITION I HOO.MS DESTROYED, I | Bv Wire.] Melhouhnk, Yesterday, A disastrous fire occurred on the Melbourne Show Ground this morn ing, the grandstand, and about 20 kiosks and exhibit rooms beinc burnt. A few of.her smaller structures were also damaged. The spread of the fire covered a space bounded by the front ago of the grandstand and cutting back in a rectangular area of devas tation to the railway fence, about three quarters of an acre in all. The damage is estimated at about £12,000. The stand was insured for £5,000, but the cost of it was £8,000. Greville and Co., caterers, sustained a loss estimated at £1000. The fire started at twenty minutes past four o'clock- The fire brigade was quickly in attendance, with plenty of ap pliances, but the men were handi capped by the water supply, which WE^s miserably inadequate.

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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THE Corryong Courier. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 September 1914

T1IK (Sari|iTau0 CEaituiqc. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, VM. For the cnuso that lai;I:a- a-iiu-u.imj. , l'"ur tlio wroujj.-i Unit ntnl ru'-i-t mpi, 1'or the future in the il.si t .-.'C', Ami the noud th.it w-- c.in do. Armtratij.n Court. — Mr Justice Higgius, president of the Common wealth Court of Conciliation aud Ar bitration, was reappointed foe a further term of seven years at a meetiug of the Federal Executive Council on Friday. Export of Butter.—During the past week 91 tons of butter have been inspected at the Government cool stores for export to Eastern and other ports. The value is estimated at £10,285. Since lqt .July 72 tons have been exported for the United Kingdom, 13 for South Africa, and 311 for Eastern aud other ports, representing a total value of £-14,958. A Narrow Escape. — Miss A. O'Brien, of Corryong, had a narrow escape from death by drowning on Sunday last. She was bathing in the Corryong Greek aud was seized with an attack of the cramps. The barking of a dog attrac...

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 — 24 September 1914

'Mil! SI)B-'rItEASUKY. Mr A. O'Loary, receiver and pay master, supplies "us wiiii the lollowiug list for public information— Accounts awaiting Payment. — A. Albert, J: Brindley, W. H. Bryant, A. A. Brown, P. Chitty, E. Gloster, R. Haima, H. Harris, E. E. Hill; E. Kelly, J. C. A. Schneider, J. Tobin. Licences for Delivery Emilio de" Faro. • , Leases for Execution.—R. H. Croxton, A. B. Fahe.y, M. E. Thompson. Leases for. Delivery.—G. Lord. G. C. Smith, E. Jeffcott, jr., J. H. E. Kendall, J. Hortin. Crown Grants for Delivery. — J. H. Barber, Mitta Mechanics Institute, L. Moncriefi", K. A. O'ffulloran, D. O'Neill, jr., L. A. Rea, Edward Smith, J. Shields. Unused Road Licences fur Delivery. —P. Dalton. J. J. M'Gc.ehan, \V. J. Paton, C. Paton, C. A. Patoa.

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ADDITIONAL SUBSCRIPTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 September 1914

ADDITIONAL SUBSCRIPTIONS. M'Niimurti Brothers . i'2 0 0 A. P. Attreo 2 0 0 J. Onrmody 2 0 0 Thomas Ciirmoily 1 1 0 H. Murrell... 1 1 0 A. Hu»hes... 1 0 0 Miss E. J. Bnvos 0 10 0 William Somorvillo 0 5 0 Kobort Yutos 0 5 0 "Lyddito" ... 0 5 0 ThouauB IckotinpiU 0 1 6 HWl 9 0

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 September 1914

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. VICTORIA. Liberal (8). Labor (12). R. W. Best, r P. J. Moloney J. A. Boyd, r F. Austoy, r W. E. Irvine, r J. A. M'Arthur, r J. C. Manifold, r F. Brennan, r A. 0. Palmer, r .T. E. Fenton, r ■ A. S; Rodgers, r J. F. Han'nan, r S. Sampson, r ' E. F. G. Jolley W. A. Watt ' D. C. M'Gruth. r Dr. Moloney, r J. Mathews, r A. T. Ozanno F. Tudor, r Independent (:).—G.'H. Wiso. NEW SOOTH WALES. : Liberal (M). Labor (38). P. P. Abbott, r G. M. Burns, r A. Chapman, r E. S. Carr, r J. Cook, r J. H. Catts, r A. H. B. Conroy, r J. H. Chanter W. M. Fleming, r M. Charlton, r W. M. Greene, r It. Howie, r W. E. Johnson, r W. M. Hughes, r W. H. Kelly, r E. lliley, r 11. B. Orchard, r W, G. Speneo, r R. Patten, r J. Thornus, r H. It. M. Pigott, r D. Watkins.r Colonel Byrie, r W. Webster, r Bruce 'Smith, r J. E. West, r J. Thomson, r 'QUEENSLAND. . • Liberal (8). Labor (7). L. E..Groom, r F. W. Bamford, r. Il.Sincliuv, r.. AV. F. Fialayaon, r :■■■ W. Stumm, r A. Fishor,.r . W. G....

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CORRYONG PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 September 1914

COKKVOiVO IMTKIOTJC Amount previously uc . knowlccifjcd ... £137 0 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 September 1914

SIikI I*oU«:ck. T 0 STAND this season at "Bosebaak," Towong— THE /THOROUGHBRED STALLION SHARPSHOOTER (14). Sire : CLAN1UXALP (1), by St. Legor (3), son of Doneuster (o), son of Stoekwell (il), from Scotch Lassie (imp.), by Scottish Chief (12), from Hoscttc, by Lord Lyon (1), eon of Stoekwcll (S). Dam : WEATHKUEYE, by Maxim (12), son of Musket (:}), from Galatea (sister to' Pygmalion), by Apromont (3), from Nan tilus* by Tradueer (20), from Waterwitch (dun) of Nutfttor), by Camden (17) (lialf brother to Yattendon), from Mermaid, imp. (dam of Lurliue, Lo Loup, etc.), by King Tom (:J), fiom Waterwitch, by The flying Dutchman (3). Sharpshooter is a blood brother to Hvoud sword, one of the most brilliant gallopers in Australia, and wliope fee at the stud, is 30 guineas. Winner of the Canterbury J.C. Middle Park Plate, Cmssy Welter, Dunedin Champagne Slake?, Wellington Melrose Welter. Wia wetu Handicap. Williamstown Handicap, Sandown Handicap, Port Adelaide Croydon Welter, ifce. TEKMS.—£3...

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THE TALLANGATTA TRAIN SERVICE. The following is the existing time table for trains leaving Tallangatta:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 September 1914

THE TALLAIVr.AT'l'A TRAIN SI3KVBCK. The following is the ox'sling time table for trains leaving Tallnngatta :— Monday Tuesday... 10.-15 a.m. 8.!)0 iv. 111. Wednesday 10.45 ii.iii. Thursday Friday .. Saturday J.0.*!i3 a.m. G.,r>0 i',.to 0.50 a.m. Risley Team's Jvctuiik. — Among the yassen<>ers who relumed from Europe by R.M.S. Moolla.ii were Lieu teiiiint Colonel Merrett, manager of the; Australian Bisley team, and twelve other members of the team. When interviewed, Colonel Merrett stated that the 1911 Bisley team had heen more successful than any other team. They had worked ns one man, and from the outset they had set ahout their task in a ivery determined nnnti'T, They had favorably im pressed all who had come in contact with them. They had won the M'Kinnon Oup and the Kolapore Cup. M'AINter bad shot weedin«ly well in the King's Prize competition, and would probably have won if a elianginL; wind had not affected two of his shots. The team hud secured four firsts an...

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CORRESPONDENCE. A SUGGESTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 September 1914

cokj£kk!»Oi\(>i;iv(;i:. A SUGGESTION". TO THE KDiTOH OK THK COUKIISK. DkauSik,—The Upper Murray district lias throe ritle clubs—Cudgowa, Wahva and Corryong—with JJerringama starling a fourth. I suppose you could .safely nay we possess the best riders in Victoria amongst-us, and we own .some of the bunt horses, with Trafalgar across the river at the head. Suppose, instead of forming cricket clubs this year, we all amalgamate, and form ourselves into light hor.^e bri gades under the drill of some military man from Melbourne. See the way .some of the ('urryung footballers return from a football uiaitrh, and you can readily imagine them dashing at ail enemy. We could train our horses to stand lire. We could learn to gallop and pull up dead and lire a volley. Jt is useless to expect the government to do everything. None of us were expected to drill like the Qermans, «o, if we want to learn ijuickly, "Let us then be up and doing with a iieart for any fate." Those who have horses for .s...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 September 1914

GENERAL NEWS. No general movement of thn centre lines of battlo along the Aisno River is reported, but the Allies are gaiiiin<» pround on both wings. On the Allies rifjht tho Germans are retreating over the border into Lorraine. The sixth French nrrny corps, under General Mamotiry, threatens the Germans' right flank. This wing of the invaders made ft half-hearted counter attack upon the French, which failed signally, with tho result that many prisoners were taken. Unconfirmed reports Btate that tho Caroline Islands have been .taken by the Japanese, and tho wireless station dis mantled. Tils Australian submarine AE1 was lost in Ribaul Harbor. It is supposed, that she struck u reef and went to tho bottom. Thirty four oflicers and men were on board of her, and none was saved. Tho Gorman cruisers Scharnhost and Gneisenau have been reported passing Samoa. The British cruiser Pegasus was attacked in Zanzibar Harbor by the German cruiser Konigsberg. She was outranged by the Germ...

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MULTUM IN NUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 September 1914

niu i/ruu J.\ nu<jk. , Towong Shire Council meets on Monday ne*t. Corryong Football Club's anuual social to-morrow night. Patriotic concert and dance at Her riiigama to-morrow night. The dates of die Omt'o Show have been lixed for November lltli and 12th. Fruit trees look beautiful in their springtide glory of pink and white blos soms. Steps: iire' being taken in Victoria to change the names of Coburg and Bruns wick. • • ' Mr H. VandenUorg, _dentist, will visit Corryong and Walwa in October. Dates will be published later. Mr C. 15. Robin, Tallangatta, will visit Corryoug on Saturday, and may be con sulted at the Coffee Palace. The prices for shoeing quoted in Mr F. Chappell'a advt. on our iirst page are in correct. See special notice elsewhere. The State schools" throughout the dis trict closed on Friday last until Monday next, the 28th inst., for the usual Sep tember vacation. Owing to a volcanic eruption at White Island ten men were killed, and damage to the amount of £...

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THE NEW FEDERAL MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 September 1914

THE iVIvtV FliOGlML nusis's'icv. ■ Tho fourth Commonwealth Labor Ad ministration was formed on Thursday last. It differs from Mr Fishor's last Ministry, and is considered to bo a stronger team. Messrs Thomas and O'Malloy, Ms.H.R., und Senator Findley have boon rejected. The new membors comprise Senators Gardiner and Bussoll and Messrs Arthur, Archibald, Sponco, Mahon and Jensen. The personnel of tlfo Cabinet is as follows :— Prime Minister and Treasurer.—Mr Andrew Fisher (Q.). . Attorney-General.—Mr W. M. Hughos (N.S.W.). Minister for External Affairs.—Mr J. A. Arthur (V.). Minister of Defenoo.—Sonntor Pearce , (W.£J. Minister of Customs.—Mr F. Tudor (V-). Minister for Home Affairs.—Mr W. 0. Archibald (S.A.). ' Postuiastor-General.—-Mr W. G. Sponco (N.S.W.). . Vice-President of tho Executive Coun cil.—Senator Gardiner (N.S.W.). Honorary Ministers.—Mr H. Mahon (W.A.), Mr J. Jensen (T.), Sonator Bus soil (V.).

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SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 September 1914

SEPTEMBER. 1st 020in. 10th 007in. Hth Ollin. l~'h 0 05in.' 18th .. ... .. 007in. l'"h 0 O'iin. '•20th O'JSin. Total .. ., .. OSOiu. [Total (or year to ilato .. 13 5Gin.] Patriotic Fu.vds.—As there appears to be some misunderstanding as to how. the money raised from the patriotic meetings all over the States are to be distributed, the following resolution adopted at the Lord Major's meeting in Melbourne on loth inst., shows exactly how the committee intends to, use thp fund :—"That after communi cation with the other States the com mittee resolve to allocate this fund (after a contribution of £5000 to tho Belgian relief fund) in assisting as it may decide—firstly, Victorian soldiers and their dependents; secondly, soldier3. from any part of Australia and their dependents, reserving to the committee the right from time to time to devote portion of the funds to other deserving objects consequent on services, at tha war."

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THE RAINFALL. The following local gauge readings for the current year are supplied by Mr Playle:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 September 1914

THK iiAl.M'lM. The following local pau^e readings for the. current year arc supplied by Mr Playlc:— liiiiunry February March April May June July August l'liaia. 002in. 2!)8in. 2-73in. 2K5in. 098in. l'Sliin. (H3iii.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 September 1914

Public Nolicfi. HAVE pleasure in announcing the opening of their <£8000 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 Childrensf 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. Sfcoves;;>-4^ THREE SIZES.. WINES, ALES AND SPIRITS (we are connoisseurs in this depart ment). Buyers of Grain and Produce in any quantity. Agents fo...

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