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CORRYONG PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 October 1914

<;ouztYo:vw jl:n ■» asko <:a vira <»\, A meeting of the L-xecutivo of the Progress Associ ition was li.-hl at the Courier ofiicf, Corryong, on Monday L*veiiiuyt when the following member? were present, viz., Messrs .J. Campbell (acting chairman), I'eakp, Hamilton, Greenhill, Cummins, Brown, liawes, W. Davis am) A. UnrtletC (hon. secretary). Minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. The secretary read a letter from the shire engineer, re the proposed water supply, statin" that at the last meeting of the Council Cr. Cronin had sug gested holding a public meeting in Corryong to obtain approval for sub mitting to the Minister an amended scheme from Corryong Creek. The scheme would be more expensive than the Thought scheme, hut the annual rate was estimated at 1/9 or 1/10. The engineer stated that ho would attend the meetiug, if it were called, and submit estimates in detail. After discussion it was decided, on the motion of Mr Hamilton, second...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WODONGA MARKET. DALGETY AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 October 1914

WODOXGA MARKET. DALOKTV AND CO. Report holilin^ tlioir Woilongii fortnightly ni'irkut on (jt.li inst., y.inliiiH a iinoil n.vor aj-e supply of fat cutilo, spnnuorti and <lmrv cows, with calvus at foot, :ilao a fair ynrding of fat slioop anil lambx. Ttioro was a Rood average attendance of bi\yer.-i. TIipv cjnotii :—BnllocUs, to i'll/ii/ ; cows, to £$li/; 2-.yr.-old stuurs, to i'8 ; hnifors, to i'6. Fut aheL'p, to 12/2 ; fat Iambs, to 10/3.

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE RAINFALL. The following local readings for the current year are supplied by Mr Playle:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 October 1914

•run suikfa:,:. j The following lucul readiuss for the. [ ciirn;nt vi»ar are supplied l>y Mr i'i.iyle: — Uiiuary February March Am-il •M-.y •June July ' I August 002in. 2-fl.Sin. 2-73in. 2'Oiiin. O-Odin. l*3»>in, 0*43in.

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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BERRINGAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 October 1914

KJtOM OUlt OWN COUliHSl'OMnEMr. An agreeable social evening %yas held in the Berriugama H ill ou Wed nesday, ^th inst. A good number attended. The proceeds were to pay for the crockery just bought.1 The purchase money was £1/13/, and the takings were £2. The amount over is to go to the hall funds. Cards and dancing and a few songs occupied the evening The catering was doue by the ladies. The secretaries. Misses Bramie.v and Waugh and Mrs Mansell, went to the trouble of yetting people to attend, and they deserve thanks. . In every district, or in nearly every district, there is a week set apart to gather eggs for the local hospital. To pack eggs in bran requires a layer of paper over each row of eggs and bran to keep the bran from working to the bottom. It wouid In; a good idea to send .eggs to the Cirryoug Hospital, that is if they require them. The school children would be ab.e to bring a lot. Just now eggs are p entiful. In the snasnn. too. fruit goes to waste, yet with a little t...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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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 — 15 October 1914

' THE MARKETS. M EL HO U K N" K MA K K KTS. [Iiv Wiuk.] WiidncHilriy, 0 p.m. Messrs Miithiosoii and D;ivis, of St. James' ]>uiMin£s, Williams-street, Mel bourne, wiro us as' follows :— Fat Oattlo.—yarded. The market opened dull and ^morally easiar, and re ceded a* sales pro<,'n;ss<*d to fully a £1 under Into rates, Prime pens of bullocks, il l to £IG ; extra, to X*18/10/ ; odd beast;;, to £20 ; -ood, £12/10/ to £]:)/!">/ ; ynod, light and'haudy; £10/15/ to £1*2/5/; second and inferior, from £5, Prune pens of cows. £(jy 10/ to £11/10/ ; odd beiist*, to £1*1/2/f> ; good, £8 to £9 ; others, from £-i/10/. Fat Calves. — 02ti penned. Best calves were practically nnallured. Fat Sheep. — 4(1,100 yarded. Mon dnyV sale were slightly eisi»*r. Tuesday's sales were Gd to 1/ per head lower than lale rates. Fat Lambs. — 47,000 penned. The demand was irregular, ami prices wuro Gd to 1/ below late rates.

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 October 1914

Public iVolire. "The Corryong Courier." notice. TN consequence of the conditions itn« posed by the Country Printers' Wagea Hoard—the amended award of which came into operation on $7th Octobcr—wo uro compelled to frame several new regu lation* in regard to Advertisements ami Correspondence intended for insertion in the Courier. Notice is hereby yiven that theso ruled will be adhered to strictly. Advertisements. — AH new advertise^ ments must bo in hand bj 4 p.m. 011 Wednesdays. Changes of standing advertisements will not be received lifter 10 a.m. on Mondays. Correspondence, etc. — All corres pondence and other matter must bo in hand by G p.m. on Tuesdays, others wise insertion cannot be guaranteed. Accounts. — Orders must bo paid ir* advance, unless the person ordering has an account at this office. A. T. BAIiTLETT, Proprietor. ALF, VENNER, HAIUDUEKSEU & TOBACCONIST,. Court XIousk IIoTr.L, Cohhyono. My prices are :— Haircutting .... ... 6d Sbavim; ... ... 6d Two chairs, no w...

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 — 15 October 1914

'fl'asi-: ' sjib-tjjh-:ashity. Mr A. O'l ^eary, receiver aa'I pav- ! luasti-r, supplies us with the tollowint; i list for public information :— Accounts awaiting Payment. — A. A. Brown. W. II. Bryant. K. Manna, A. 11'Hris, E !•;. Hill. W. Peek. L. Peter S"ii. K. I), (.'olo. W. .Moore. Jos. Tobin, J. C. A. Schneider. Licences for Execution ami Delivery. — E. de Faro, C. Land, W. H. Fiudlay. j Leases fer Delivery.—A. B. Fahey, 0. Lord. J. Uortin, E. Jelfeott, Jr., J. H. E. Kendall, t'r. C. Smitli. Lease for Execution.— R. H.Cro.xton. Crown Grants.—K. A. O'Halloran, J. H. Barber, II. U. Manna. L. Moncrietf, L. A. Rea, E. Smith, J. Shu-Ids, M. I Tretoar and others, J. Swan, C. M'Grath

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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MULTUM IN NUCE.. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 October 1914

ffl 11 lyt'tl tj rv !!<:!•:. Wodongft horse sale next Wednesday. Meeting of llall ci>uiuilLLee to-morrow evening. The Tdwong Slum Patriotic Fund now amounts to £371/10/0. Annual meeting of Corryong Progress Association on '2(ith inst. Sue udvt. Attention ! hook out for "Uur Regi ment," about the second week in Novem ber. Mr II. Vandenberg, dentist, will visit, Corryong on Saturday, and may liu con sulted at the Coffee Palace. A Gift Afternoon Tea will lie held in the Atheiirouiu Hall, t'orryong, this niter noon, at three p.m. Everyone inviled. Western District fanners are asking the Government to bring in a hill to regulate the price of hay, chaff, Ijran and other fodder. Three shops in Swanston street, Mel bourne, occupied by Denyer Hros., surgical iiisDrument manufacturers, were damaged by lire on Friday nigiit. Mis Excellency the Governor-General (Sir Ronald .Mitnro Ferguson) on Thursday opened the lirsc session of tlio sixth Coin iiionwealth Parliament. ' Mr A. Fis...

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PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 October 1914

J'UnLlCATlOXS RECEIVED. The h'toihI issue of "lafe'.-i War Cuide" is on suit* everywhere for sixpence. It answers some hundreds (if war queries, many pietuivs, and in«'lndc-i an ei^ht jm-c war alias. Anions i!.s Ii4 pa^es will In.* lound Mteir special urticlos as "Six Weeks'^ hy Dr. i'itchoft ; "\\ lint is tin; Hitting Power of a Ilattle S11i11 V" "A Study of Sir .John French "Who led tlu; (Jenimn and I,he French Y' "What Hu[)jn»ns to Prisoner* of War etc. "Kverylady's .Journal" for October is quite a "war number," the artieles roin pri^iiiLj "A Woman in the War Camp," Sketching on IMgian Hat! leiieM*," "Fashions for War-time," etc. The usual department* are well tilled, and the number i.s guod value for sixpence.

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THE FEDERAL SESSION. A LONG PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 October 1914

TH s: Fi;s>j;ji vi> susstoiv. A LOXG i'UOGil.-UnrR. Tho sixth Parliament of the Com mou wealth of Australia wns opened on Thursday. Following is tba text of the Governor General's address ; — "As a result of the election consequent upon tho dissolution of both Houses of .Parliament, the lato Ministry tondorcd their resignations. I have appointe.d'now advisers, who assume office' ou Sep tember 17th. .: You-have been called together at tho earliest moment after tho return of tho writs to deal with matters of jjreat national importance, many of. them arising - out of tho calamitous war in which the Empire has boon compelled to ■engage.: It is a matter for lasting satis faction that every part of the Empire has responded with splendid devotion to the call of duty in the cduso' of civilisation and justice, and' of those high ideals for which the Empire stands. Immediately upon, the declaration of war, tho Common.vealth offered to raise, equip, and maintain an Expeditionary Force of...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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CHURCH NEWS. PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 October 1914

CIEIIKCII H'KW'S. I'KKSIJVi'KKIAX. At a medium of t In; public iiueM.ion1* com. mittee of ilit* Presbyterian Church of Vic toria, presided over I»y the Moderator of the (leneral AsTtrtJly, it was decided, in view of roproscnUutHiH from luanj* control as lo the^reatsufferin^and anxiet}'caused by Lhe drought, that .Sunday, OrtuburiMth. be .set apart as a day of humiliation j^iul prayer for rain throughout Victor!;;. A man, u»ed :ir> yi-iirs, .iiid a Hll|>j ^irl, nguil 1« years were found dead in the Morub at MorrfialW on Sunday evcuiu«r with bullet w<mud* in their heads, °

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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MILITARY TRAINING. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 October 1914

MI LI TA Ity lis AIX ! <». It. will be learnt »vith somo "ratification (writbti a correspondent) that member* of the local llille Club intend j,roinu through a course ol infantry drill. J t should nun t with tho cnooura^i.-miMit it dcs.-rv<;s. Fur any club situated in an e:cmpt area (as this one) a system of compulsory training should be inaugurated (under the ^uper vision of :tn expert in training), wherobv all i:ifjj)i)ia".s would receive instruction in drill, ami thus he, able to taUo their placn in thti ranks with as littlu delay us pos sible. Jt is also tho intention of tho local club to instruct itts members in Sema phore Si^nallini;. Tho instruction ia simple, and a knowledge of ihi.s will bo fully appreciated in timn jf need. Ily Order in Council of September 20th, It!li, authority was ^riveii to the Federal Treasurer to Usue Commonwealth notes Lo the amount of £I2,(JU0,0(lf/. As nit Sep tember Willi of tins year the notes in cir culation amounted to £K...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 October 1914

Oh, merchant in this hour of eee, If ou this paper ;,-ou should ccc, Take our advice, ami now be vvy, Go straightway out and advertiii. j You'll find the project of sonio uuu ; Neglect can offer no exijqq. Be wise at once prolong vour daaa, A silent busines soon dkkk. PrintccI hikI j.:;'i'l-' n : :-y A. t. UaI.TUTT, Sole I'lopt icU . (iaridou* sirtet, Curiyouy, iatbe SLuie qf Victoria.

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THE INCOME TAX. THE CURRENT RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 October 1914

ttui; i.xco.u i: tax. THE CUKRENT RATES. I'cjr.ioniil From, Exertion. I'rojimy 3.1 «a 4,1 S< I ful ioa fid .. l-2il Every £1 up to£500 £500 to £1,000 £!,0l)(i to £1,500 Over £1,500 An exemption, of £200 U allowed. No person whose income from personal exertion unci property did uot exceed £200» shall he liable to tax. The rates for companies are Sd for life assurance companies and 7*1 for others.

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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 — 15 October 1914

THE XBA1JS' KECOUDS. Following r.fj the records of th« rnin-. fill fcr 1905. 1000, MOT, 190S, 10Q9, 1910, 1911. 1932 an.i 1313 SO 85 05-G?, La Tfi Z-L 85 85 08 80-a5 8S'-:5 05-88 Oi OR 18-5 st-t CAO 05-f HI ft J-'j'-T g95 C'J-!' 90 5 I!) o ZZ-l 8f--!J CG-0 91-8 i- i V 05 0 10 55-T n- J> 80-1 t'O-T G<M 005 HO oior slot T8 5 OS Z 6(!-l IR-f! 0! • I U--5 [ I f- Z 800 81-5 KH! f-U-u Ofl-5 09-7, SO-S !'0-5 GO-O 80-0 i!! • f' <J'J-5 AO-T' 90-1 AG 5 90 5 ITGt 010J r-i-0 aao 1S-0 OA-1 or,s oh-i 09-T g'.--n 91-0 PC i UO-s U-I u-s liS-5 !:i:-5 of!'! KM afi-fi Ib'-O SA-1 50-v 81-X Cl-S 0001 8001 i'a-i' C.O-S Oi-f! S.VI' AS-I OS.fi 8o-T iii 'Jl-r, KG 5 S :i--, 'JI--C fiii 'jy-i Ois 0 <n o in-1 I'.I-.T H5-:-9 . 90-5 WA-0 OtM 'HM A001 9001 of-i ,joa 11'-0 '-'•"n: GI--i- 'l;'0 iW-o -l-.l.is 5<m ''""V QV.-'J oi-c »"»r 5!-5 At'IM O'.i-l I!-"'V Ati-0 m»IV hi -1 -<|'vi i<:-5 -mif 'JOG I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 October 1914

Public I*otic«. FTnlHE 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 the feSi*JRIN<* ANl) SUMMER, Owing to Mr L^Qey having paid a visit to tfye 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 pnd choice goods in TUSSORE SILK, VOILES, JAP. CREPES, MUSLINS, Etc., All in the Newest and Latest Styles—Prices>ery moderate ; also in LADIES'BLOUSES of the same materials.. These goods will sell themselves. ® ® ® ® ® DRESS MATERIALS in DELAINES, YOILES, CHECKS, JAP. CREPES and WINCEY, also a fine range pf 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. # ® ® ® ® LADIES5 UNDERCLOTHING. — This Department i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 October 1914

Piihlic Kolicc: a g Hotel," COBB.YONG. B. E. KNIGHT -ppEREDY notifies tlmt he .bus taken over the nlriv> well known liotol, unci hopos by strict attention to the requirements of patrons imrt keeping only the best brands of liquors to merit >i continuance of the support accorded his predecessor. First-class Billiard Table, murker in attendance. Every attention paid to requirements ot Tourists and Travellers. GOOD.GRAZING PADDOCKS &■ STABLING. Stopping place for CRAWFORD & CO:S COACHES, which . - ■ .leave this hotel daily (Sundaj's excepted) ' ' for Tallaugatta. ;uii«ud i ck&w MISS E. E. HILL, PROPRIETRESS. I7THE ABOVE well known house ot accommodation Ims been renovated throush |. out, nnd patrons may rely upon their requirements rooeivinc evory attention. Reasonable tai-jlT.' Two tables. Tiano. Bath. Good Stabling. Well Equipped Billiard Room. Efficient Marker. Tintaldra Hotel. F. P. Lucas, Licensee. First-class Accommodation .for Travellers. Be6t brand...

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THE Corryong Courier. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 October 1914

TUB (luu*ipjim0 QFmutiqu. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, l<>li. For tlio cause tliat lacks msiscauc % For tlio wrongs that need rujist uw). For tlio future in the (bit.i o, Ami the «oo(l that wo cm d i. To a district such as this, where dairying is a staple industry, a paragraph regarding the shipping facilities for butter—reprinted in another column—is worth a little consideration. It is not good to regard the future from the point of view of the pessimist*, but or dinary common sense dictates a cautious policy at a tiuu like this, and no harm is done by the con sideration of possible contingen cies. Unfortunately, owing to the drought, Australia's surplus butter for export does not promise to be as great as "usual, but there is no doubt that the quantity manufac tured, will be a good deal in excess of local requirements. AVith the limited accommodation provided by the Government cool stores, a hitch in the shipping in the flush of the season might easily cause a serious dislo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 October 1914

cmiiccii ft«vriu:i:s. 'PylVrNE Services will bo hold oil Suiiilny next as follow :— PtlKSKYTKIEMN UutWI. Cuilgewu (Methodist Church.) 11 a.m. ; CorryojiK, 3 p.m. ; Thou^lu, 7.30 p.m.— llev. J. 0. Coulter. Ciiukch ok England. - . Wiihvn, 11 n.rn. ; Tintuldra,. 8 p.m. ;. Corryong, 7.30 p.m.—Hjv. J?. H. Puako, Th.t. Mktiiodist Ciioroh. Nariel Creek, 11 a.m.; Colno Colne, 3 p.m.; Cudgewu, 7 p.m.—Air W. H. Collom.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 October 1914

RA2LV/AY AND TRARflWAY RflEfll SHOULD USE MR. CHARLES ROCK, of 42 Gladen Street, East Brumwick, 33 years in the Melbourne Tramway and O.B. Company, writes, on 2/4/12 :— CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "In December, 1911, I was laid up with pleurisy, so serious the doctor consulted another. For three days MY TEMPERA TURE WAS 104 DEGREES. MY LIFE WAS DESPAIRED OF, but through taking the doctor's advice I live to-day. He advised my wife to get CLEMENTS TONIC for me, as ' there, was We in that medi cine.' V/fcen he said, 'life in Clements Tonic,' they were the TRUEST WORDS HE EVER UTTEPvED. I would have been in my last resting place only for that grand medicine. Had my wife paid £40 for the bottle she would have had good value. I have seen a lot of testimonials about CLEMENTS TONIC in books- and papers, but what I find fault with is that every writer has utterly failed to give a proper value of thatmcdicine. (Signed) CHARLES ROCK." This is a remarkable letter, hut then, CLKMHNTS TOXIC is a remarkab...

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