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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 February 1914

" SPOUTING' NOTES. Corryong cricketers visit. Tooiua next Wednesday. " Opening of duck shooting season next Wednesday CoTyong Rfteitijj Club's second day races this afternoon. First race starts at one p.m. Hugli won the Lniinccston Cup froiu Lawreuny. The A1 bury Cup winner, Delphic, was third. At Corryong meeting yesterday Baker and Hylimd rode two winners each, and Parkhurst and C. W. Wheeler one each. A well-known long-distance runner named O. ,W: Hart has issued a challenge to the world for a eontestover 100 miles and upwards, for £500 a side.. An important alteration in the system of controlling racing in Victoria has been proposed, and will he dealt with by the committee of the Victoria Kacing Club. An Ascot Vale billiard licensee was fiiied £5 (minimum) for permitting a bil liard table to be used outside hours al fowed by his licensee. .Regulation period is btwcen 10 a.m. and 11.30 p.m. II. Drummond, Walwa, sold hU hay gelding lleatlierton for £200 just before the Excelsior P...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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CORRYONG RACING CLUB. LARGE ATTENDANCE. GOOD RACING. CUP WON BY SIMPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 February 1914

COR1SYONG fMCI.VG CM'K. LARGE ATTENDANCE, GOOD RACING. CUP WON UY SIMl'LY. The annual meeting of the* Corrvong Racing Club opened yesterday. Hie weathor was sultry, but the attendance was above tho average for tlio first day, the taking's from tho gates and mile of cards amounting to £51, as against .£'83. last year. Tho racing was interesting, und some good trials were witnessed. Mr H. J. Puton carried off tbo principal raco—Tne Cup—with Simply, and other owners to securo winning brackets wero Messrs It. Jones, C. W. Wheeler, Q. Adams', J. W. Evans and T. Eaton, liesults :— TRIAL STAKES, of 10 eovs. — Second horse to receive 2 sovs. out of stake, for horses that, have not won a prize exceeding £10 sovs. W.f.a. Winner of one race to carry 3lbs. extra ; of two or more races, Ollis. extra. Sis fur longs. Nomination, C/. Donnibristlo, 9,2 ... ... 1 Mr Sim, 9.0 ... ... 2 Keyward, 9.0 ... ... 8 Madame Jennee, 8.4, also ran. Win ner, 0 to '1 on. Won easily. Time, j 1.15). PONY RACE, of 7 ...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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ASSOCIATION FIXTURES, 1913-14. February 7th. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 February 1914

ASSOCIATION 1'IXTUKKS, 191311. February 7Ui. Walwa v. Kliancobiiu, ul iVahva. Corryouj,' a bye.

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CRICKET. POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 February 1914

start'. POSITION OK CLUBS. Played. Won. Lost. Points, Oorryong 4 8 1 12 Khuncobuu 2 114 Wulwa 2 0 2 0

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WODONGA MARKET. DALGETY AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 February 1914

WODONGA MARKET. DALGETY ANJ) CO. Report having liol l their n*iml Wodonna fortnightly market on '.27th uit., u-hen their yarding comprised 100 head of fat and 100 store cuttle mid 50 sheep. Only a fair attendance of buyers present. They quote :—Bullocks, to i.'10/;">/ ; ccin, to £8 ; heifers, to £(5/1 / ; vc-alers, to XIi/7/ ; springers, to £(5/2/0. Shoep (fat:1) sold well, from 13/8 to 15/'.

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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 as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 February 1914

THE MARKETS. wiiLUOURNE MARKETS. [I5v Wiiie.] Wednesday, 0 p.m. - Messrs Mathieson and Davis, of St. Jnines' Buildings, Williams-aireet, Mel bourne, wire us ns follows Fat Cattle.—2990 yarded, comprising 430 from N.S.W., 900 from North Hast, 480 from Gippsland, 60 from South Gipp-s. land, 200 from North, 380 from \Ve3t. The market was practically unchanged with firm demand for bestcattlo, weaken ing in some cases to 10/ per head lower towards the close. Primo pens of bul locks, £'15 to £11/10/; extra, to £'13/10/; odd beasts, to -Clit/l'2/G ; gond, £S/ln/ to £'9/15/ ; good, light and Imnd.v, £8/15/ o i'3/10/; aocondB and inferior, from £'(). Prime pens of cows, £7,5/ to £8 ; <-xrr:i. to £8/10/; odd beusts, to £10/15/; good, £5/15/ to £0/10/ ; others, from £'iJ. l'at Calves. — Oil penned. Priocs generally ruled lmver. Fat Sheep.—8-l,flOO ynrdod. Prices on the whole practically unchanged. Fat Lambs.—3,000. penned. Friccs | fully sixpence lower. I —

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WODONGA HORSE SALE. YOUNGHUSBAND, ROW AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 February 1914

wodongj* horse sale. YOUNGUUSBANC. ROW AND CO, lloport havini; huld ft sulo of hoi'aos ul Wodonga 01: Thnr3!iay, 22nd ill'.., when thoy yarded ovor 200 boruas. There was a. Urge attendance of buyers und competi tion was good for all yonn^' lret.li horses. Furm horses risins 3 and 1 .voai'G, sold to £35; aged draughts, to M'i ; 2-,vuur old _ drndghtF, to X'23 ; delivery enrt horsM.to' 1124/10/ ; ordnr cirt horspa, to £10/10/;

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YOUNGHUSBAND, ROW AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 February 1914

younghusband, now and co. I Report having held their uaunl forini#ht«y I sale of frit and siorp c-ittlo at thoir Wo ! dousju yards on 27;b ult. Tiio attendance nf buyers was not us £oud as usual. : Quotations :—Hulionktf, to X'10/15/ ; fat stocrH, to X'6/5/; cows, to .07/10/ ; voulers, to X'l ; bullock?, -i-yrs.-old, to X'7/10/ ; ept'ingora, to 1'5/7/G.

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THE Corryong Courier. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 February 1914

THE U:anii|unii (L'imincu. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1914 For tne c.uiso that hioky ass:, For the wron;:n that nyed ro/.i-t* • l*'ur ihe future in th.* >i ■. . r, Ami the ^roo«l iii.t.l \v • u m <» .. District Exhibit roit Snow. — In view of tlie probable Ministerial visit to the Corryong Show, Mr LUuuphrty, of Cudgewa, has suggested the advis ability, of making a good display of the district's produce in a combined ex hibit. The idea is an excellent one, and we hope the committee will take steps at the n';xt meeting to carry it into effect. D-iiiiv SupKitvisioN. — The Chief Veterinary Olfl :er of Department of Agriculture writes to the secretary of the Towong Shire Council as follow ; —"Adverting to yoar letter of 15th January, conveying an invitation from the council of the Shire of Towong to address the council on the provisions cf the Mills end 15;*try Supervision Act, 1C05. on Oth Feb ruary, 1 beg to acquaint you that the invitation is accepted." Educational. — A corr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 February 1914

Public Notice. ^Corryong and Upner Murray .Agricultural and Pastoral Society. TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL SHOW TO BE HELD IN COBRYONG PARK Wednesday & Thursday, 18th and 19th March, 1914. President.—Mb T. N. Bennetts. Y ice - Presidents. — Messrs W. B. Hamilton, W. E. Phillips and H. L. Parslow. CosntiTTEE.—Messrs A. T. Bartlett, 1). J. Crouin, A. Harris, II. Harriey A. L. Hamilton, J. Humphrey, -F. Jager, R. E. Knight, A. J. Land, R. E. M'Kenzie, H, Nankervis, 0. E. Paton, H. J. Paton, G. N. Rawes, Jas. H. Ross, L. Sheather and J, H.Simpson. Tbeasurei!.—Mr A. T. Bartlett. PRIZE-LIST. . HORSES. Class A.—Draughts. Entry fee for non members, 5'. i Draught Stallion, 3 years or over. 1st,-.£2, gift of Messrs R. H. Smyth and Co. ; 2nd, 10/. 3 Draught Colt, 2 years. ist, 20/; 2nd, cert. 3 Brood Mare, with foal at foot, ist, 201; 2nd, cert. 4 Dry Mare, 4 years or over, ist, 20/ ; 2nd, cert. , • ; 5 Farm Gelding, 4 years-or over. ist, 15/; 2nd, 5/ : ' 6 Pair Farm-Horses, property of one exh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 February 1914

PitlHic Notico. EYER FOPf ST,. 11 Us A W i. i vi Universal jOREYONG, rww/jv/,////»v///w/// WJfAYE now to announce that the O general Spot Cash Sale for De cember will not be continued, but we will still continue to throw away Groceries at the following prices Until Further Notice. Many of the lines quoted are actually below landed cost. Price list GROCERIES. Sugar, 1A, 701b. bag, 16/11 bag. Flour, Corowa, 18/ bag, 1501bs. Flour, Ciulgewa, 16/ bag, loOlbs. Kerosene, White Rose, 12/6 case. Currants, 7d lb. Raisins, 6}d lb. Rice, best Japan, 12/6 bag Comina, 7cl lb. Sardines, 3id tin. Fresh Herrings (Morton's) 6id tin Black Horse salt, 2001b bags,. 17/6 bag. Imperial Coarse Salt, 2001b. bags, 13/6 bag. Castle Fine Salt, 561b. bags, 4/6 bag. Black Horse Fine Salt, 561b. bags, 5/6 bag. Tapioca, 3d lb. Maizena, Duryea's, 7/9 doz. packets. Maizena (Munn's), 6/6 doz. packets. Castle Soap, 7d bar, large. Magic Soap, Sd bar, large. Velvet Soap, 3 bars for 9Jd. Pear's Soap, 5id bar. Lever's Br...

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THINGS IN GENERAL. FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 February 1914

TI3!u,. Fkojs Various Souiicrs. The circumstances that induce people to go on strike vary a good deal in different countries. A witness before tl;e Inter Statu Commission recently mentioned tint there li.id been a sirilce Dot many inon lis ago among tile operatives in Ore.it Britain because men engaged in making matches were only getting between 3id and ,}d per hour. They were not satisfied with tins rate of remuneration, and went 011 strike for another .{d per hour. The witness did not statu whether the strike was a successful one or not, but he added thai many ol the strike's were married men with families. The illustration was brought forward to throw light on the different conditions under whi^h em ployes work in Great Britain and Australia. An interesting view of the agricultural position of Oreat Brit.nil is given by the Loudon correspondent of the Aim. "It is," he remarks, "the Englishman's boast that his country levies on the whole of the wurd tor its food supplies. He drtuv...

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WALWA V. KHANCOBAN. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 February 1914

walwa r. khancoban. A vory enjoyable game of cricket wits played at Walwa on Saturday laPt, between the above teams, and resulted in a draw. Scores :— Walwa. H. Flolman, c W. Scatnmoll, b Land, IS ; 0. Koro, b W. Scaramell, 52 ; J. M'Meektn, b Hickey, 43 ; Peacock, b Hickey, 1 ; L. Lowe, b Mocatta, 22 ; Eddy, b Mocatta, 11 ; E. Evcrard, not out, 28 ; S. Appleton, b Land, -1 ; I). More, not out, S ; \Y. Jeffries, c sub., b Mocatiu, 10 ; sundries, 8.••♦Total for eight wickets, 209 rune. Bo\vlin<,v««J. Mocatta, -3 wieketa for 28 runs; Ck Land. 2 for 55 ; A. Hickey, 2 for •12 ; R. Scanvnfll, 0 for 3-t ; W. ticammell, 1 for 15 ; J. Kittson, 0 for 23. Khanooijan. W. Scammi'U, b M'Mcclan, 0 ; J. Mocatta, 0 D. I lore, b Peacock, 21); li. Sc.unmjll, b Jt ffrie.;, 11 ; J. Kittson, not out, 2ii ; C. Land, c II. 11 ore, b Jeffries, 0 ; A. MiMren, not out, 11; A. Hickcv, b M'Mevkin, sundries, Mi.---Tot.il for five wickt-ly, 111 runs. ; 1'O'V — I. M'Me'.kin, 2 \vi<;ki;t■; fo...

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CRICKET. POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 February 1914

uiedcke'it. POSITION OF CLUBS. Pluyed. V/on. Lost. PointB. Cnrryong 4 8 1 12 Khuncoban - .8 » - - 1 - - 1 0 Wnlwa 8 0 2 2

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FEDERAL POLITICS. THE CHALLENGE BILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 February 1914

F£2>£IlAi[, POLITICS. THE CHALLENGE BILLS. Federal Parliament will reassemble on Wednesday, April 10th—that is oc tlie first "business" day after the Easter vacation. This announcement W:is m id.- by 11)•_- Prism- Minister (Mr Conk) on Thursday, utid be intimated, that "olulk-iigc" measures — the Postal Vutiiij Bill and the 0.ivornment Pru Prohibition Bill — which were b->th laid aside after having been "deals with" by the S.-nate lust sessiou, will, be in the forefront oi the busineaa. paror. "We will £0 right on with our huge programme," ^aid Mr Cook, in making the announcement. "Our position id now as it has been from the beginning, a.ml ve intend to carry oat our policy if v. e get tho chance. Thesa two measures, which were so uncere monious",lv treated by tho Senate last session, will most certainly be brought forward, and, although they Were so roughly handled, v;e intend to offer them to the Senate again, Wu will see exactly what we shall see when, these two measures ar...

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CORRYONG MARKET. YOUNGHUSBAND, ROW AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 February 1914

CORRYONG MARKET. YOUNOHUSBAND, KOW AND CO. Report having held their usual monthly nale of fat and store stock at their Cor ryons yards on the 31st January. The yarding of cattlo forward whs light, and consisted chiefly of young cattle. Thuro was a good attendance of buyers prcsont, and prices were bettor than of lute. They quote :—Bullocks, 3 years, from £5/10/ to £6/151 ; steers, 2 years old, to i4/5/ ; Bteers, 1 year old, to JE1/10/; cows, dry, good sorts,, to iM/.1)/ ; cows, fut, from i'5 to Jfc'0/5/: poddies, froiu 15/ to 22/. Comeback ewes, aged lambs at foot, to 10/8.

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THE CUDGEWA DAIRY COMPANY LIMITED. DIRECTORS' MEETING. [SUPPLIED.] [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 February 1914

'H'SS E CI'DGEVT.4 E>AB3SY i'ASV tJililTEa. DIRECTORS' MEETING. [supplied.] The ordinary monthly mealing of:' directors of the above company whs he'd, at the manager's office, Corryong, ou. Thursday last, when the following mem bers were present, viz., Messrs. J. Hit chell (chairm».n), Bennetts, Harris, Land-, and M.'Kcnzie and tha manager, Minutes of predion* messing' ware reai and confirmed. COltRKSPONDliNCE. Frail), W. H.- IjMckh im UM-i, Co., M ■1 . bourne. ngentx. aivUinj; iif. Meiasnrn*. sale*—'.17*2 onset* nt 11^:1 ^pi3r-v'li>.> ^ 1U 1, 575 at 11J;1 und 272 'm' 11^.1.— 1'i.ceived. .From same, stating that thoy hvl interviewed tho Railway department to sIiorfHgo of.iee and cool trucks, and. that department had promised that trouble, would not Occur again.—Received. From Milawu Dairy Cta., advising that Mr R. Cook, ona of thdic directors, had. •been elected to represent tha Norths eussem gronp on the oouunil of the (Jo*, oporutive. Butter factories' Associatio and woul...

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DALGETY AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 February 1914

DALGETY AND CO. Report holding their usual fortnightly market on 3rd inst., when tho.y yarded 5800 fut and store sheep and 120 cattle, to a good attendance of buyers. Quota lions :—Bullocks, to -£12/11/ ; stoorn, to .£7/10/ ; cows, to .£3/14/ ; heifers, to Ml/lCfl ; vcalera, to .£5/15/. Crossbred wethurs, to \8jtl; crossbred uwes, to 10/6; merino wethers, to 17/; merino ewea, to 14/6 ; lambs, to 14/6.

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ESTATE OF R. H. SMYTH & CO. PROPERTIES OFFERED FOR SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 February 1914

E.VH'A'&'ii Ox IS. 55. S.ll V'fi'Il & CO.. | PROPERTIES Ol'-FiiiU'JD FOB SALE.. Messrs lowers, Kmhertord and Co. of fered lor rfnie as thy Teimmu^ Hatol, Wodon^a, on Fuday ai: triiioon, t no iUiei^'onot-nn^ busiiu*>>f e.dc yards, etc.. of H. li. Smyrh mi ! Co , in the e^ut'o (f the Jute J£. U. ^niyth. Th- whole of tho bu-dne;^, including s»:;Ic yards at Wudungo, Tulian^iUii, Conyo:»;{ and and oUio^ lii;in^s, wciv first . Ur-ic-d in one lot; but no (.u'ier Lt-in^ rVrthcvur.nig, thv yards were then ottered y^p traLciy. The [low long vanis wejj; offered tirst, and pi-^td rij) bid being received. The Wodorg_ yards ivero tiii'U and rt-.iiinc I'^OU ; but later it w-i$ it-ported th>it ih purchaser. Mr J. (j. v;i.::ad m id • bin bid r.ndt-r a misapprehension, and th. salt) "was declared idl. Tr.n Tiid-uigatt; yards were pinch i>«'M in -I ' J. i-a im -ct. Wodunyn, fur i'SOJ. Tin- ui the Corryoii^ yards disp >>.• i ui pnv \t»dy after till? sale, ro Mai.hi"vji...

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ALBURY MARKET. YOUNGHUSBAND, ROW AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 February 1914

ALBURY MARKET. YO'JNGHUSUAND, 110W AND CO. Eoport having h«ul h»*ir usual f jrtnightly of f;it ami ril-jro Rtock at tho Albury inuniri'ju' v.arils on 3 *<1 hint., wh»>n thoy 59 fa' cuttle a;.d C-OOO i'ut mul 8ton» fiiiopp. Tiicro w»i* ,i »uoJ atten<Unco 01 b-.ivt»r», Thoy quotn :—Mullocks, to £12/11/; moors, to £7/5/ ; oo»va, to iS/14/ ; vefilera, to i.'0/S/. Crossbred wethers, to 18/ ; cro.-^broJ owes to 17/ ; morino wethers, to 17/1 ; rcorino ovvob, to 13/3 ; Iambs, to 13/G.

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