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CHURCH NEWS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [CONTRIBUTED.] [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 October 1914
CIItU£&lt;;ll SHWS. CIIURCII OF ENGLAND. [coXTKinUTED. I Tho call to duty is, to-dav, tho doicin nnt noto heard ringing throughout tho Empire—Duty to King and Country. But us religion is tho forco that makes duty to either of thcso a real and lusting thing, to uphold religion i.-i the first duty of sill moil, iuul to jjivo of our moans, though it entail d sacrifice, will iilono enablo religion to bo so spread, that all wen, 110 matter how far removed from civilization, will bo brought under its sanctifying and beneficial influence. In order that tho Home .Mission fund of the Diocese—intended to help those who can not help themselves in the matter of hav ing tho religion of Jesus Christ preached to theui—may be made n matter of prayer, Sunday October 11th, lias been set apart as a day of intercession for the fund throughout the Piocose, and conse quently the service at All Saints' on Sun day next, at 11 a.m., will bo one of special iciocceseicn, with u suitable address.
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 October 1914
GOLF. The play-off for the l'rpsiilont's Trophy resulted hi n win for Anderson with the score of -12,12—30, against Nothereote'a 0—H7. OIVu'om and Police of the North-Kustorn District have contributed .U>4,'7,'0 towards the 1*jlIriotic Kiind. iSume of the oliicera contributed liberally.
COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. SATURDAY, 3RD OCTOBER. [Before Mr A. A. Kelley, P.M.] RATE CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 October 1914
COUJ5T OF PETTY SESSIONS. Saturday, 8kd Octobkk» [Bc-foro Mr A. A. Kellcy, P.M.] ItATJv CASKS. Shire of Towong v. John Itowe— Mr Dalgetv ("'ho appeared for the Shire in this and tho subsequent cases) asked that tho ci'se he withdrawn. Mr Hood (for defendant) said there had been u mistake on the part, of tho Shiro clerk as his chont had clear receipts for tho past threo or four years. lie asked for 10/G costs. Mr Dalgety said there had been a chango in tho collector.—Cuso withdrawn, 10/G. costs to defendant. Same v. Martha Anderson.—Mr Dal »ety asked thfit tho case bo withdrawn as tho claim had been settled. lie applied, for costs. The P.M.: Was the full amount paid. Mr Dalgety : Yos. Tho P.M. : Well, we can miiko no order, find j costs can only follow an ordur.—Caso withdrawn, without costs. Same v. Alex. Thomas;—Mr Dalgety asked that tlie caso bo .vithdrawn. Mr Hood said defendant had receipts for hie rates. Ho owed nothing. Caso with drawn, with 10/0 costs to defendant. .Same v. W...
WALWA GUN CLUB. [CONTRIBUTED.] [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 October 1914
WALWA GUN CLUB. [co.NTiiniUTr.i) J The above club had a jjoud day's outing on their ground on Saturday, September. Visitors wert> present from Aibury, German tou and Corivon^. The principal event for thu day was an Open Starling Handicap for X'JO, thn entry for which comprised 17 double nominations. At thu ,r>th round the following shooters drew XI eaeh J. Thompson, K. M'Doneil (2 nom.), un 'Ji!y&lt;U., and S. Harrison ("J noms.), J. M'Meokin, 1\ M*M»*ekin and L. H. Lowe (i2 nonis.), on 21yds. On the 'Jth round M'Dunnel, Harrison, Thompson and Lowo drew another XI. M'Doneil anil Thompson both missed in thu next round, leaving Harrison and Lowe, who divided the remaining £7. The best breaks durin;,' thu match were :—Lowe 14, M'Doneil and Harrison 11 each, J. M-Meek'in 7, F. M'Meekin and ,1. Clavko 5 each. Clay Tdid »S\veops wurc won or divided by the following shooters—0. Hamia, W. Hanna, "Little Georgo," L. II. Lowe, L\ M'Meekin, 0. Hanna, 1'. L'eard, J. M'Meekin and K...
MULTUM IN NUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 October 1914
imJJ/B'lJ.U IN .\UCfi, Mr Kobin announced bin dates. Sec. advt. Mr II. Vandenberg, dentist, announces his dates elsewhere. Cheap excursion train from. Tallangatta to Melbourne to-morrow. Mr A. Vcnner, hairdresser, Corryonj;, has arsenic and strychnine far sale. Public mctting in com uvtion with Common Trust on Monday owning. Annual meeting of Victoria Cottage Hospital on Wednesday next, Utli iusi. See advt. The balance-sheet of Commonwealth Hank shows a prolit of JESO&i oh last hall year's opcrat ions. Tho Wan^aratta Horotinh Council de cided last week by live votes to four to, take steps to instal electricity for street and private lighting and pumping, the. wi'/.er supply. As the demand for insulators cannot bo. supplied from Germany and Austria, they are now being made at Yarraville in large quantities, and at the same cost as tho im ported article Mr I*. Chalmcr, representing Lincoln,. Stuart ami Co., Melbuurne, will be at JagerV. Hotel, Corryong, from the 10th to the 12...
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 October 1914
SPOliTIX&lt;r XnlKS. The Albnry Racing Club lias donated £50 to the Patriotic Fumi. Mountain Knight the favourite, Woorak, in the A.J.C. Derby on Saturday. | Bandolier broke the high jumping record at the Melbourne Royal Show, clearing 7ft. O^in. While playing ericket at Fawkner Pari; on Suture.y a busman was killed by a blow over the Heart from a fast bad. The Kpsom Handicap, one mile, run at Randwiek oil Saturday, was won by Portrush, with Garlin second and Gi^andra third. Won by two length-. Time, Imin. ,'i7:/^ec. The highest number of goals for this football f.easou in L'-ague matches in Mel bourne ha> been secured by K. ljee, of Col- | lingwood. .77 ; M'Xamara being next with •IS, and Fieake third with -17. Aleconner, which U engaged in the Caul field Cup at 8.1, won the October Stakes at i-'lemington on Saturday by hall a length from Anna Carlovna. Aleconner ran the mile and a quarter in the excellent time of 2.0^, and hU prospect:, of winning the Cauliield Cup appe...
THE WAR. SPECIAL, CABLE SERVICE. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Evening. POSITION IN FRANCE UNCHANGED. RUSSIAN SUCCESSES IN EAST PRUSSIA AND GALICIA. PREPARING TO CROSS THE CARPATHIANS. BRITISH FORCE OCCUPIES THE MARSHALL ISLANDS. UNITED STATES BUILDING AIRSHIPS. [PER REUTER.] LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 October 1914
SPECIAL, CABLE SERVICE. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Evening. POSITION IN FRANCE UNCHANGED. 'Op RUSSIAN SUCCESSES IN. EAST PRUSSIA AND GALICIA. PREPARING TO CROSS THE CARPATHIANS.' BRITISH1 FORCE OCCUPIES THE MARSHALL ISLANDS. \ ,3^.1 % w ', 1 ** UNITED STATES BUILDING AIRSHIPS. [P E B R E U T E R.] LONDON; Tuesday. The Government has prohibited thu exportation' of wool • to European countries other than Belgium,, France^ Spain, Portugal andllussia (excepting Baltic ports). The wool sales opened with a,very firm demand for crossbred wools at ten , to twenty per cent, advance in values, but-merino' wool showed a. deoline of. ten per cent. &lt; " . c >- '* ' NEW YORK, Tuesday. - • '-The Tribune" reports . tliat'-.tha United States Government is inviting tenders for the construction of two military dirigibles, which are to be the first of a laree fleet of airships. .■■••• i - ■ , TOKIO, Tuesday. It is officially stated that a British naval force has seined Jaluit, tho chief harbor i...
TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 October 1914
TowOiTM; suti:a: coiiixcu,. Thn ordinary lnontlily meeting of above body was held on Monday, 'JKlh nil., nt tbc Council Chambers. Talbm^'atta. Tliu members present wins — Ors rimher i land (president), Tobiii, Jirindlcy, i'uton, Andrews, l.obban, Sei-bio, Cool;, Oi'uniii j ami JI'Gratli. Minutes of previous meet ing wore read and continued. C:oit!IKSl>OM>KNCE. Secretary for Public Works repealed tb[it the Shiro books mid accounts Lie made ready for audit as soon as possible i alter oOlW tx-ptember, but not later than Slut October.—iioierri'd to secretary. Director of Agriculture asked infor mation regarding arc.™ of land in this Shire infested with St. John's wort, pri vate land, Crown lands and public roads. — Keferrid to thistle inspector. Municipal Association notified Council that the annual session of that body will be held on '21st and 22nd October, at Melbourne Town-hall.—On motion of Crs Cronin and M'Grath, the 1'residctit Was appointed to represent, the Council. Nurse...
EARLIER NEWS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Evening. PARIS, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 October 1914
.'EARLIER NEWS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Evening, . PARIS, Monday. A communique says that'' on "tbe • Allies' left, north of the Oise, a violent battle is continuing, with no decided result so far. The Allies forced the fighting and gained ground in some parts, but there was no change else where. ■ TOKIO, Monday. A communique has been issued stat ing that a German force delivered a night attack at Tsing-tau, but it failed and 47 of them were killed. The Japanese casualties were five killed and eight wounded.. PETROGRAD, Monday. The Czar has arrived at the front, • and is personally directing the cam paign against Germany. _ .. _ LONDON, Monday. Evidence is being taken in the Ernst case (cabled on 28th nit.). The police have been examining prisoners. It ap pears that correspondence has been going on since 1912. The shop was being used as a place at which to. call for letters, which were ' addressed to German spies at Chatham and Sheer ness, The Press Bureau states that several German raids...
JUVENILE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 October 1914
.H'VKXIUi HACKS. lioys under 11.—.1. M'lnerney I, J. M4('ul!y Seven entries. Uoys tinder 13.—11. M'Donnti^h 1, V. 1'ilfuoL :i. A (Usui heat., M'Donuu^h winning the run nil. Nino untried. Hoys under 1").—il. .M'lUittc I, F. I'il fma -. Ton out rii>. &lt; lirln under II.— Gertie liill 1, ]Jessie Cunningham *J. Nino oniric. Girl- under I.'?.—M. M'Clure 1, K. Crawford Ki^lii out ries. Girls tin.lor l.">.—A. Harris 1, M. Nu^onL 'I. I'ivr unt ries. &lt;-liiltlMMi'H raeex were won by Filoen M'C\mm-!iic, Fda riayle, Amy M'Cormehie, Kita Leoville, Ollie Hili, Koma l^oville, A. Nankorvis, J. White, ]■'. Crawuml, A Cunningham anil C. Crawford. Tlio Viotor}' Guer-Mn^ Competition.—T. C. Davis, M. S. .Johnston, J. Ms tiliy ami Alex. Thomas tied. The name of Jural resident ehosen by the hon. secretary wa* ''William AUree." There were Si»S &lt;Xtie^&lt;'s. Mr lVt.or White had the beat tilled hook with :iUiJ gnoses. The Metropolitan, one milo and a half, run at ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 October 1914
Public Notice. n ? c T C " FjjpIHE Place to Go is J. CAMPBELL'S STORE, and you will see all the Newest and most up-to-date Drapery Goods ever landed in the, district for tlie Spring and Summer, Owing to Mr Lacey having paid a visit to the city, he has personally selected the finest of NEW SEASON GOODS 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. DRESS MATERIALS in 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 with some very nice goods at very lo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 October 1914
"T3—FT" J 99 roilg Motel, cojnvy^a.^ „ ;, E. E. KNIGHT • HEREBY notifies that he hns tnkon over tho iihovo wnll known hotel, &nd hopes _by strict attention to tin» rrquiri'incntH of patrons unci keeping only tho host brands of liquors to merit a continuance of the support accorded his predecessor. First-class Billiard Table, marker in att endance. Every attention paid to requirements o£ Tourists and Travellers. GOOD GRAZING PADDOCKS & STABLING, - ~ • Stopping place for CRA.WF011D. CO.'S COACHES, which leave this hotel daily (Sundays excepted) • - .for Tallangatta. MISS E. E. HILL, PROPRIETRESS. mHE ABOVE well known liiniso ot ncconunndntinri has been renovated through a out, nnii patrons may rel.y upon their rcqmrcmonts rqcoiring every attention, lleasonable tariff. Two tables. Pinno. Jlatli. Good Stabling. ' ' 8 ' " Wkli/Equipped Bkltard Room. Eitioihnt Makkhii. , TintaldHa Hotel. . F. P. Lucas, Licsnsse. First-class Accommodation for Tr.'iviillcrs. Best brands of W...
LOCAL LAND BOARD. CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 October 1914
I-OCAS, l,A.\3» ItOVUD. COKHYONG. I A Local Land Board was bold in tho Court-house, Corrvont;, on Tuesday last, when Mr T. K. Wyatt, Land Officer, dealt with cases us follows :— A. C. Musters applied for part of allot ment :J7, '.220 acres, parish of Towony. Mr Hood appeared on applicant's behah. —Till! cast: was postponed pending con sideration of iviv objection by tho Mines Department. S. J. Camobell applied for allotments 8a, Su and So, section 0, 7S7 acres, parish of 0ud;;owa.—Applicant stated that he I was a laborer, single, with no ono depen dent on him. Had never selected and owned no haul. Lived with his father on adjoining block. Was prepared to pay a (air valuation for improvements ami com ply with conditions.—Kecommended sub ject to payment tor iu:prjwments. Alice Ann Murrell applied for part of allotmotU ii!5, 20 acres, parish of Colac Colac. Applicant deposed that she was a married woman with four in family, throe dependent. II .id o2'J :ier--s oi freehold | adjoinim;, ...
THE Corryong Courier. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 October 1914
the (£un|i)uitiT (ilmtutqu. THURSDAY, OCTOBBU S, mi. J-'i>r the cause that lacl;s R-i^innui.-, l-'or the wrongs lhat ikuJ re ii~t Fur the f ikuvo 311 tiiu ilist . . e, And t'ne ;&lt;oo&lt;i th-it w oiu 'io. Statu School Patuiotio Fvni>.— We are requested to intimate that a small salt; of work prepared by children ami friends will be held in the (.'or ryong schoolroom on Saturday after noon next (October lOrli), from two o'clock till iive. Proceeds iu aid of School Patriotic Fund. Population of Australia. — The Commonwealth Statistician, iu li id latest list of quarterly statistics relat ing to population, issued on Friday last, estimates the population of Aus tralia 011 80th June last to have been ■1,921,82;), ail increase of 27,312 oil the figures at the end of March last. Takiug the various States, the figures are. as follow :—New South Wales, 1,855,5(51 ; Victoria, 1,421,985 ; Queensland, 078,801 ; South Aus tralia, -188,173 ; Western Australia. 823,952 ; Ta...
THE PATRIOTIC SPORTS MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 October 1914
TEli; I'ATSIIOTIC Sl'OiJTS With the War and the Drought, present conditions are not the most favorable for the promotion ol festivities of any l;iud, but the sports meeting at Corryong on 30th ult., in aid of the Patriotic Fund, triumphed over all obstacles and turned out a great success. 'There was a good attendance of the public, and the trophies given as prizes for the various events were keenly competed for. The use of the Park atid buildings was granted free of charge by the trustees and Messrs G. Coysli and A. Albert kiudly gave their services as gatekeepers. The honorary official dis charged their duties capably. Iu the horse events, Mr L. Sheather acted as judge, Mr Phillips as starter, Mr J. Blair as handicapper, while Messrs Acocks, T. Lukins, H. Smith, F. Scammell, Robertson and A. Lukins gave valuable assistance. In the athletic events Mr Jones as judge, Mr C. D^vis as starter, Mr Garing as handicapper, and Messrs Campbell, T. 13rown, \V. Hamilton, j Peake, H. Taylor, G....
FREEMASONRY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 October 1914
ran:a-:.is is«>.\scv. The annual meeting of the brethren of tlio Currajon^ Masonic Lod^o (No. 1S1, V.C.) was held in the Lodge Koom, Prea bytoriun Chtuvh, Oorryon^i 011 2nd inst. Wor. Hro. G. Gtirinjj was in-tallod Wor. Master for the ensuing twelve months. The Installation eertmonv was performed by Wor. 3>o, A. Gay, assisted by lint Past, Musters of the Loiijje and Wor. Bro. W. OsmotiiTly, of Ijenambra Lod^e. The following ollieurs were invested for the following twelve months ;—Wor. Muster, Wor. 13ro. G. Garinjj ; I.P.M., Wor. Bro. W. Taylor; S.W., Hro. K. K. Knight; ■I.W., ilro. ]!. A. Jiiiliui' ; Trims., Wor. J^ro. A. Gay ; See., ]>ro. A. J. Kntwisle ; D C., Wor. Jjro. It. K. ■ M'Kenzio ; Almoner, Bro. J. J. Ivlippul ; S.J>., Bro. A. Albert ; Hro. ,). G. Ka^ion ; 1.G-, Hro. U.J. lJijli'.-rlsnn ; Tyler, Bro. A'. .1. M'Oully. The ei-rem my was e.-lebn-.ted by a l);uiu'ii' t. at. Knight's Hotel, when about twenty live members were present, iiududin;* visitors from W...
THE INCOME TAX. THE CURRENT RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 October 1914
THU JSCOillE TAX. THE CURRENT RATES. Personal From, Exertion. Property,. Iv.'io:y £1 up to£500 3d ... fj(l ' An exemption of £-011 is allowed. _N 11 person whose income from personal; exertion and property iliil not exceed £200, shall I>e liable "o tax. The rates for companies are Sd for life, assurance companies and 7il for otiiers. Oh, merchant in this hour of ceo, ff on jhis paper you should cce, Take our advice, ami now be yyy, Go straightway out and advertiii. You'll find the project of some uun ; Xcjjlect- can offer no exqqq. Iio wiuo nt once prolong vour daaa, A silent businfs soon dkltk. 1'flOu'to £l,iKM CI,n(iii to £1,300 Over £1,500 •111 fid lid Sd lOd 12d Printed and published by A. T. Hartlett,. Sole Proprietor, at the office, Hanson street, Corryong, in the State of Victoria.,
THE YEARS' RECORDS. Following are the records of the rainfall for 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912 and 1913:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 October 1914
THE YEAUS' ItECORDS. Following arc the rcconis of :!ie rain fill for 1005. 1000, i:?07. 190S, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912 ;iml 1!) 1 'J SO S3 02-05 Art If! zi sz wo:; so-as «f)-«5 05-SH oa-ok Tfio oM Itt-Q 0'-: o oAO AAO JA-f' f.O-5 r-i-i ••"(I 'JA'O os-r Oil-1 l'J-0 OA-1 da-:: CA-f' n:-o •A.IJI if: i-y i Oil 11-5 ilt-C (is-1 Ac-1 !«•!! OM' •ia0 0!) o KM VIS OD-T o nr.-1 II-!' Pil'-O no z 19-5 fiOO SI'S Ol'-'J of-1 CI-5 SC-o .Z'J-l ■r.ny ZZ-I w--s 8i- s: V'J-i! WO-E 1 A-l i'A-o SV-fl o r.-v a-|U[' '-•0 0 9I-fi Olio 011-5 U-'J ftr.-s: or,-1 'J'J-V oA-'j -nui[ V.L-V BS-0 zr.z liO-S I Co iifi-5 000 i: r.A-o 120 oo-l 000 80 0 r-fi-i: i:AI ■'-n-r, AW-1 OH-1 | Lilly f-i-v 80-1 fil-f' VJ-Z ifit; rK-0 19- r Rs:-n Ali-0 •."•'iV &lt;-U-I CU-T AO-1' 00-1 Z-A-I eo-t '-I0-5 KA-0 KM •fl!,Jl 00-5 Vl-0 AO 5 90S ttl-T 'j'l-O 0!:-1 "NX u:-o ■UUf ;8IGf 5 CO I ncj OIGI 6001 8001 AOOt 9001 '-■001