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In Either Case. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 1 October 1914
In Either Case, r "How very sad Miss Betham looks,' remarked the guest sympathetically '"Yes, poor tiling," replied the host ess, "she was disappointed in love." ''And who is that very cross-ioolcinf woman?" "Oh, that is Mrs. Jason. She wat disappointed in marriage." "It's tunny," remarked Sandy Bowen "how politics and love aro so mud alike; For instance, if you meet £ . bounie girl. and she gives you half £ chance to kiss-her, you go in for Fret '■■Trade. However,, after :you get mar ried, and your wife's mother wants tt embrace ber r newly-acquired son-in law, you go in for Protection. ; If you; wife seeks an osculatory exch?nge yoi in time become a Passive ilesister "S'ue turns out a I-Iome Ruler if slu has any sense," remarked Mrs. Rower, who happened to overhear the conver s.-ttion. M;sh X.: People are gusslpiiin to: rl^lv us. Mr. Z.: !:nt. as you and I know, tin-' iiavo 11. .Mi :.- That's just what makes i:e so an:;t;y. V.'hf-n a jrr.nto h'-co-^cs vnry rust, Ihrnu h if shouH :...
A DROUGHT DRAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 1 October 1914
A E>!SOlJ4»E!T A somewhat novel spectacle was wit-, nested in Fire brace-street-, Horsham, on. Thursday afternoon (says the "Wimmcra Star*'), and, unfortunately, one which in all probability will become a frequent, occurrence if the drought conditions con tinue. A family, evidently from the drought-stricken Mallee, with their be longings, passed down the street and formed a motley procession, which wa-;. gazed at sympathetically by a number of townspeople. This pioneer family seemed to be taking all their belonging- with them. The procession was led i,y the father, a sturdy, bearded typical pioneer, who was driving a two-horse vehicle, which contained a pile of household furniture. He was striding out beside his team, iu a manner which gave the spectator the impression of a determination which nothing but, the elements could balk, neither looking to right nor left, and seemingly &lt;tuite oblivious to the fact that he was causing a large amount of curiosity iu the street....
INDI ELECTION. DECLARATION OF POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 1 October 1914
i\»s b;h,j:&lt;:tio:v. declaration of poll. On Tuesday, 22nd ult., at the Post; Oftico, Boechworth, Mr Darliaon, Uetum-. in^ Officer for the Electorate of Inrii, officially announce'.! the result of the poll taken on 5th Soptembor. There was (\ largo gathering of electors, and Mr P. J. Moloney (Labor) and Mr C. J, Ahem (Liberal) wero present. Tho figures, were :— Moloney (Labor) ... 15,">19 Ahern (Liberal) ... 14,900 Informal ... ... 21G Majority for Moloney ... 619 Of tho absentee votes Moloney obtained 1416, Ahern 979, informal 32, making a' total of 2427, as against 2472 last year.. There wero 85.2o6 names cm th«« r >U for Indi—-18,919 males and IG.o17 Of these 80,036 voted, about- 87 per cent., 16.925 mules exercised tho frunubiso and 13,6S4 females. A..T. Bartlett, Qortyong*
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 1 October 1914
HOUSE OF ItEPRESENTATIVES. VICTORIA. Liberal (S).' Labor (12). R. W. Best, r P. J. Moloney J. A. Boyd, r F.Anstey.r W. E, Irvine, r J. A. M'Arthur, i; J. C. Manifold, r F. Brennah, r A. Ci Pnlmor, r J. E. Fentoni r A. S. Bodners, r ; J. F. Hann'an, r S. Sampson, r • -E. F. G. Jotiey W. A.-Watt D. 0. M'Grnth, r Dr. Moloney, r ■ ■ J.'Muthows, r A. T. Ozunno ■ ■&lt;■■■ ■F. Tudor, r .. Independent (1).~G. H. Wise. - NEW SOUTH WALES. Liboral (18). Labor. (14). P. P. Abbott, r - G. M. Burns, r A. Chapman, r . E. S. Curr,y J. Cook, r ,T. H. Cans, r , , W. M. Fleming, r M. Cbarlti n, r : W. M. Greene, r 11. Howie, r W. E. .Tohnson, r W. M. Htijhes, r W. H..Kelly, r .. E. Itile.y, r R. p. Orchard, r \Y. G. Spei'co, r. R. Patten, r \ , J. Thomas, r H. R. M. Pigotl, r D. Watkins. r Colonel Ryrie, r W. Webster, r Bruce Smith, r J. E. West, r J. Thomson, r J. H. Chanter i J. Lynch QUEENSLAND. Liberal (8). Labor (7). L. E. Gtoom, r F. W. Uimiford, r H. Sinclair, r W. F. Finla^sun, r W, St...
THE NEW PARLIAMENT. THE SENATE. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 1 October 1914
T1IE NEW PARLIAMENT. THE SENATE. VICTORIA. •T. Hnnios S. Bnrlier I1'. J. Russell -|A. M. M'Kissoclc E. A. II. Hlnkev K Fmclley NEW SOUTH WALES. A. Gardner A. MMJougnll |.I. Grunt :''A. J. GnnM :;:K. D. Milieu ID. WiUson WESTERN AUSTRALIA. G. F. r.'urco 1\ >T. Lynch E. Nci'illimu G. Henderson K. liu/.AtoU IT. Do Lurgiu TASMANIA. Vl). ,T. O'Keefo .1. H. Lou:; |,l. Guy ;|'T. H. KuntiiiR U. K. Bendy *I\ .1. K. Bakhap QUEENSLAND. H. T. Givpna M, A. Ii'erricka W. -T. R. Maughan .T. C. Stuwurs J. Mullsiu II. Tttrl«y SOUTH AUSTRALIA. W. Sliiinnon ,T. Ncwlnnd J. V. O'Loii^'lilin It. S. Gutlirio W. Senior W. II. Story * Donates Liberal member, mid f now member.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 1 October 1914
Public Notice. flTIHE Place to Go is J. CAMPBELL'S 1 STOKE, and you will see all the Newest and most up-to-date Drapery Goods ever landed in the district for the Spring ^nd^ummer. Owing to Mr Lacey liaving paid a visit to the city, he has personally selected the finest of NEW SEASON G0QDS to suit, everyone, even the most fastidious. ® ® ® ® ® IN LADIES'COSTUMES there are some very pretty and choice goods in TUSSORE silk, VOILES, JAP. CREPES, MUSLINS, Etc., All in the Newest and Latest Styles—Prices^very moderate ; also in LADIES' BLOUSES of the same materials. These goods will sell themselves. ® ® ® ® ® DEESS MATERIALS in x DELAINES, VOILES, CHECKS, JAP. CREPES and WINCEY, also a fine range of LIGHT and DARK PRINTS in good washing colors. ® ® ® ® ® LADIES' READY TO WEAR HATS, a very fine Selec tion. Also Children's Washing Hats, LADIES' PANAMAS, CUROCOAS, and SUN HATS in the newest shapes. . , _ Values—the Best. , ■ ® ® ® ® ® LADIES' UNDERCLOTHING. — This Department is well stocked ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 1 October 1914
J'uliiic Notioos. CORRYONG. - _ £LHvT.~A-r~r JTiREBY notifies that ho lias taken over the above well known hotel, anil hopes '.jjivby strict attention to the requirements of patrons and keeping only the best brands of liquors to merit a continuance of tlse sappji't accorded his predecessor. First-class Billiard Table, marker in attendance. Every attention paid to requirements ot Tourists and Travellers. GOOD GRAZING PADDOCKS & STABLING. Stopping place for CRAWFORD & GO.'S COACHES, which • ■ leave'this hotel dail,y (Sundays excepted) * . for Tallangatta. MISS E. B. HILL, : PB0PEI3TSESS. ABOVE well known house ol uccommodation has been renovated through out, and patrons may rely upon their requirements receiving every attention. Reasonable tariff: Two tables. Piano. Bath. Good Stabling. We'll Equipped , Billiard Room. , Efficient Marker. Tintaldra Hotel.j ' f. p. Lucas, Licensee. First class Accommodation for Travellers. Bust brands of Wines anil Spirits ltcptT^ Good p...
POPULATION. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 1 October 1914
I'OI'n.ATlOV. Tho Commonwealth Statistician, Mr G. It. Knibba, bus issued his annual bulletin relating to tho population aud vital statistics cf Australia. Mr Iuiibbs estimates tho population of tho Com monwealth on Gist December last at •1.S72.059 persons, including 2,036,530 males and 2,335,529 females. During the year the population increased by 138,700, of which 135,714 wero children born in. tho Commonwealth, and the remainder immigrants. The total of the male births was 09,-loi, and fcuinlo births 00,280. There wero 2GOO sets of twins and 21 sots of triplets born in wedlock during tho year, and 11(5 sets of twins born out of wedlock. An • interesting table relating to the ages of mothers ami fathers shows that thore wero threo mothers aged 13 with ex-nuptial childron, and ono married mother aged 1-1. The oldest mothers wore two aged 55, mid their husbands were aged resuectively 55, and Oli. The oklest father 79. The crudo birth rato was 28.25. Tho total nomber of deaths for th...
THE Corryong Courier. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 1 October 1914
THK (luiviniumi ClTnuviqi'. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, VJU. For tho crtiipo that lacks ai-ii-st:mc&lt;, l'Vr the wron^* that noed ro-ii^t uic.1. 1- or viiC future m the 'Ls-. : And the no&lt;jd that w-' cm &lt;l') Patbiotig Spouts.—There was t\ good attendance at the Patriotic Sports meeting at Corryoug yesterday, ami the various events were well contested. A full report is held over. RuitAL WollKEIts' Lou.—Tho A.W.U. (rural workers) has decided not to press j the claims made in the log recently issned while the war is continued. The uuion announced that rural i workers do not wish to hamper Aus- i tralian agriculture at this time, recog 1 nising the paramount importance of placing no obstacle in the way of ; increased primary production. Tin-; Cov.ryono Football Social.— The annual social in connection with the Corryoug Football Club was ln-ld in the Athenieuin Hall on Friday evening, ihe night was clear, and there was a fair attendance. Good music was supplied by...
THINGS IN GENERAL. A CLEVER CAPTURE., [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 1 October 1914
'B'lllMJS D.\ WEJIVE32,43,. A CLEVEH CAKI'UKR, This story was related by Counl Peter Sclionvaloff, at one l!m(i chiel 5f the Russian Imperial police, and i? is follows: — An astute swindler, made up as Petci SchouvalotT, called at tlie Count's bank In a carriage, and drew, in the Count's aame, a very large sum of money. Within a few minutes of the impos tor's departure the Count himself ap peared with the object of drawing out :he money. "But, your Excellency," said the bank manager, "you drew out the amount :> tew moments ago. Has your l£xcc. lency forgotten?" Count Schouvaloff eyed the man keenly, and then a thought, struck him. "0£ course!" said he. "I had quite forgotten. Good morning." He left the bank ami jumped intc his sleigh. Ho stopped at a point, and said to the policeman on duty, "I puss sd here a few minutes ago; which way lid I go?" "That, way," replied the official. "Good!" Sclionvaloff drove in the direction indicated, interrogated an other official, and was once ...
BERRINGAMA AND WABBA COLLECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 1 October 1914
BEMUNGAMA AND WABBA COLLEC • TIONS. Wc arb in rcccipt of a chcquo for £55}:\j from Mc.E. Marsden being collections made by him in the Iterringamu. and Wabba dis tricts,in aid of the Red Cross and Bolgian Relief I?unds, :is under:— 1112D CROSS FUND. Angus Brians and Sons .. £5 0 0 William JI'Kny 5 D 0 Mftrsilcn liiuj. 5 0 0 Laverty Bios. 3 0 0 W. iiinl J. Kicliol . 2 0 0 F. It. icy 1 1 0 Mrs 1'. Nugent, Sen. 1 1 0 I). J. Coghill 1 0 0 Dave Hardy . . 1 0 0 John Hoyonga .. - 1 0 0 John Graliain 1 0 0 Will Nugent .. .. 1 0 0 John M'Innes .. X 0 0 W. E. Froderico 1 0 0 Craven Mildron .. 1 0 0 James Nugent, Sen. 1 0 0 Stan. Nugent .. 1 0 0 W. H. Mildron. . •1 0 0 Syd. Jcffcott . . 1 0 0 John Thompson' .. 1 0 0 Joseph Smedley . 1 0 0 Miss lteghotti'.. ■ 1 0 0 \V. Kemp . . 1 0 0 H. Waugh, Jun.- ■ . ... 1 0 0 S. B. Coghill' .. 10 0 E. JOllis W/.. ... v. 10 0 James Smedley 10 0 John Jonson 5 0 Autono Crespi .. - 6 0 £•11 ~T 0 BELGIUM BELIEF. PUND. OeiTcolt and Marsdon Bros. £1 0 0 Man. Nugent...
HERD TESTING. REGULATION FOR GOVERNMENT CERTIFICATION. Following are the regulations concerning herd testing for the Government certification of standard cows:— ENTRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 1 October 1914
."hebsd tes'8'iire«. REGULATION FOR GOVERNMENT CERTIFICATION. Following are the regulations con cerningherd testing for the Government certification of standard cows :— ENTRANCE, r. The owner of any herd of pure-bred dairy cattle may, submit his herd for certification. , 2. Only those cows registered in a recoguised herd book or pure stock register will he accepted, and all such J cows in the herd must be tested, with such exceptions as are set out in clauses ,14,15. and 16. 3. An annual fee oi £1 per herd and •5/per cow tested shall be paid to the Department of Agriculture on demand. 4. Any cow entered for certification and any calf the -progeny of such cow may;be branded in such manner as to insure identification, and 1 all standard cows will be marked on the inside of an ear with the Government tattoo mark and an identification number. LACTATION PERIOD. : 5. Testing and recording shall occupy a period of nine; calendar mouths, 273 days, commencing one week from date of calving," ...
CUDGEWA. The following amounts have been collected by Messrs W. H. Blair and D. A. Ross at Cudgewa:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 1 October 1914
CUDGEWA. IJic following amounts liftvo been col Jfjirtfil by Messrs W. H. Blair iinil D. A. ltoss ut Cudgcvv.i :— Mrs M. Urquhart £100 0 0 Proceeds concert nnd social ... 1G 4 6 Mr mul .Mrs W. Bhiir, proceed.; cnko eoni ptiiiiio:: 6 0 0 Mr and Mrs K. ,T. Land, proceeds hoifor com petition A 0 0 Messrs Slianloy and Fred. Laud 5 0 0 A. J.Land... 2 2 0 R. S. Sheathor ■ ... 2 2 0 Jos. A. Land 1 G 0 Rov. W. H. Collora ... . 1 1 0 John Humphrey -... 1 1 0 Thos. H. Carkeck 1. 1 0 'Mrs Thos. Harris 1 1 0 Oudgown Football Club . 1 1 0 Alfred Jurvis, Son.. ... X 1 0 Thos. F. Whitehead ... , 1 0 0 D. R. Whitehead 1 0 0 A.'J. Jurvis 1 0 0 Mr nnd Mrs Thos. "Wop pet (chuff) ... 1 0 0 J. H. Ross ... 14 0 Mrs Thos. F. Whitehead 10 6 F. Touzel, Son. 10 6 D. H. Uoss 10 0 Jas. Sharp ... 10 0 J. H. Sharp 10 0 Jos. Humphrey 10 0 A. A. Blair 10 0 Jas. Carkeok 10 0 R. Bailey, Son. ..; 10 0 R. T. Jarvis 5 0 J. J. Hanson 0 0 F. G. Tonznl ... 5 0 A, Lamond 5 0" 0. J. Land 5 0 B. Lowden ... 5 0 G. M'Konzie 6 ...
IN PLAIN FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 1 October 1914
IN PLAIN FIGURES. The following figures show clearly the effect the-Invention .'of machinery .has: had upon some of the worktop, classes:—, •. One man. does to-day the work of fifty hand-loom weavers. One boy in a pottery" ddes 1000 pot ters' work. One man and two boys do the work, of 1100 hand-spinners. ; One man, at a nail-making machine, does the work of 1000 : old-limo nail makers. . ;