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STATE SCHOOL PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 October 1914
STATE SCHOOL PATRIOTIC FUND. Tho sale of woric how in the local schoolroom on Saturday afternoon resulted in 11 very satisfactory sum beinp; handed in to the State Sehixil Patriotic fund. It hud been originally intended tlmt tho proceeds from this effort should Ijo devoted to II piano fund, l>u!, Inter 011, reaiisitig that uiom-.v for patriotic irno-cs was far more urgently nc.ded ih ui lor ihe school decoration, it Was decided to hand over tile whole amount Rained, for that object. A novel f.-.uure of tlio after noon was a doll presented by .Miss Playle nod dressed in the uniform of a red cross ciiXBe. The idea was to'cnesB her mime, and this proved most attractive, tho sum 'obtained iiddjus substantially to the afternoon's takings.- There were three stalls, the proceeds from which were as follows Fancy Stall, i'5/8/ ; Cuke Stall, £1/5/1 ; Sweet Stall, Xl/H/1 ; donated, 2/ j malum; a total of i'8/l/J.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 October 1914
HOUSE OF HEP1115SBNTATIVES. VICTORIA. Liberal (8). Labor (13). It. \V. Best, r P. J. Moloney J. A. liovd, r l'\ Anstnv, V W. II. lrvi.no, r J. A. M'Arthur, r •I. C. .Manifold, r F. Brennan, r A. C. Palmer, r J. E. Fenton, r A. 8. Roiltiors, r J. F. Ilannap,, r H. Sampson, r IS. F. G. Jolley W. A. W'utt D. 0. M'Gn.tii, r Dr. Moloney, r J. Mathews, r A. T. Ozanno F. Tndor, l Independent (1).—G. H. Wiso, NEW SOUTH WALKS. Liberal (13). Labor (14). P. P. Abbott, r G. M. Burns, r A, Chapman, r 35. S. Carr, r J. Cook, r J. H. Catts, r \V. M. Fleming, r M. Charlton, r \V. jr. Greene, r 11. Howie, r W. E. Johnson, r AV. M. Hn-hes, r W. II. Kelly, r 35. liilev, r It, li. Orchard, r W. G. Spenec, r K. Patten. r J. Thomas, r H. K. M. Pigott, r 1). Watkins, r Colonel Kyrie, r W. Welnter, r Brnee Smith, r J. 12. WVnt, r •I. Thomson, r J. H. Chanter J. Lynch QUEENSLAND. Liberal (li). . Labor (7). L. E. Groom, r F. W. Bamt'ord, r [I. Sinclair, r W. F. Fiuiaj sail, L* \V. Stutuu), r A. Fishnr, r "W....
POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 October 1914
POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the torru "Tho Common wealth" is ustnl in connection with those 'ruU'B and regulations it include*; Papua, i^ord liowe inland, ;uid Norfolk Island.] LE'lTEitS. In For every } ouiice or fraction thereof. For delivery wiUiin tile Common wealth • Q 1 For delivery in tho British Em pire 0 X Ku; delivery in tins New Hebrides, Uani^s, and Torres Islands .. 0 2 For delivery in other places .... 0 25 LETTER C'AHDS. l'"or delivery within the Commonwealth : Single, id. each; reply, Id. each luklf. for delivery in the British Emuiro (set list oi' places under "Letters ')—Sin gie. Id. each. For delivery ii) New Hebrides, Banks. and Torres Islands—Single, 1^1. each. For delivery in other places— Single, 2}d. e-aoh. POST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed with the Id. stamp, and Keply or double cards, each haJf of ivjiieji has the Id. sum:;; impressed thereon, nvay be trans/.nitteJ to plnceB within the Commonwealth, an;! to those places, enumerated uu&lt...
STATISTICAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 October 1914
»TATas.rri «;a i. s a at. v. The following approximate particulars of tbo ami, population and production of tho six European Powers and Australia will bo found in tcrestin;; for purposes of comparison. The ureas uro |>iven in thousands of square miles. In the other columns tho numbers are millions, and lepresent the latest count in sioeli and tile animal yields of grain in Uiishcla and of potatoes in tons. ffiiMi Area. .. 121 208 ->07 201 8,(500 110 2,'JOO I'op. .. -15 65 3!) 51 If,7 31 5 Horses .. 2 1 3 1 31 1 -J Cattle. .. 12 20 11 16 53 G 11 Sheep. .. 30 7 16 11 81 11 83 Wheat... 61 150 301 100 4!r, 200 71 Outs. .. 1(>'2 ;s5 300 200 716 i« 9; Bailey... 5S i'0 17 ! -JO !17 10 2 Potatoes. 7 34 12 16 31 1 J 1
EARLIER NEWS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Evening. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 October 1914
EARLIER NEWS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Evening. ? ,- LONDON, Monilftj. The Central News Agency states that a (Itifnchmerit of Anglo-French cavalry enp tared a German convoy of 850 men witli a'number oi mitrailleuses. Mr Arthur Kittson, a welljknnwn busi ness man in Fltishing, writes to the "Jforning Post" that the Dutch believe that the fall of Antwerp will lead to an attack on Flushing. TrooDs are hurrying to Flushing, and barricades are being erected and trenches are being dug at Venloo (ou the Prussian frontier). Mean while Holland is. being strictly noutrnl.' . Renter's agency reports that tho Dus peldorff miii was a very during act, which must win tho respect of the other parties. '.They state that tho aviator was exposed to shrapnel and rifle fire, and* ho dived down to the Zsppelin shed so suddonly that the spectators thought that he had been. hit. . - ' :i; VIENNA, Monday. Gnllician refugees in Bohemia arc so numerous that tho authorities are build in»s. a new town near ChotZ'in f...
THE WAR. SPECIAL CABLE SERVICE. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Evening. PRUSSIAN LOSSES TO DATE, 211,000. SOME ANTWERP FORTS STILL UNTAKEN. BELGIAN GOVERNMENT REMOVES TO HAVRE. GERMANS OCCUPY LILLE. RUSSIANS STILL ADVANCING IN GALICIA. LORD CURZON PREDICTS OVER 12 MONTHS' WAR. SOUTH AFRICAN RISING. MARTIAL LAW PROCLAIMED. [PER REUTER.] CAPE TOWN, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 October 1914
"SPECIAL CABLE SERVICE. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Evening, PRUSSIAN LOSSES TO DATE, 211,000. " SOME ANTWERP FORTS STILL UNTAKEN. BELGIAN GOVERNMENT REMOVES TO HAVRE. GERMANS OCCUPY LILLE. ■ RUSSIANS STILL ADVANCING IN GALICIA. - LORD 'CURZON PREDICTS OVER 12 MONTHS' WAR. SOUTH AFRICAN RISING. \ MARTIAL LAW PROCLAIMED^ [PER R*E U T E R.] ' ■ * OAPE TOWN, Tuesday. Tt is 6fficiaUy.-.repQtkca'-thak^olonpUMarHz.in:tfiiB'&lt;northiwe8t.'.-ofMthO'; Caps. Province has rebelled and joined the Germans. > ' Martini law has been proclaimed throughout the South African Union, and General Siriutts is taking prompt steps to orush out the rebellion. :• Later. Colonel Maritz baa arrested the officers.and men who refused to join him. He has also made an agreement with the. governor of German South West Africa for the cession of Walfisch Bay to Germany. The proclamation of martini law has created a great sensation throughout the Union. . For some time there have been disturbing rumors about Mari...
ADDITION TO BRITISH NAVY. BATTLESHIPS AND DESTROYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 October 1914
ADDITION TO 'BRITISH. NAVY. BATTLESHIPS AND DESTROYERS. Some brief though interesting purlieu liirs are to hum! by the. English mail • re garding tha recent pnrchaso by the. Im perial Government of the two battleships owned by the Turkish Government, us well us two destroyer leaders ordered by the Government of Chili. One of the. battleships was already completed at tho time of purchase, whilst the other was also expected' bo bo finished shortly. They will receive tha names Agincourt and Erin, whilst the destroyer leaders are to be called Faulkner and Broke, after two famous naval officers. Said : to be tho largest battleship yet built, the Sultan Osuian I., as one of the pair is named, lias a displacement of 27,500 tons, having been constructed in the famous Arm strong yards. She lias seven turrets, each carrying two 12in. guns. Laid down to the order of the Brazilian Government, -this: vessel .'was subsequently taken over by Turkey for ±"2,725,000. The oilier, which:is-.callcd Kes...
VICTORIA COTTAGE HOSPITAL. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 October 1914
VICTOKI.4 COTTAGE MO.SI'ITAL. ANX UAfj M KfiTIXO. The annual meeting of subscribers to Victoria Cottage Hospital wus held in tho Athcru!!Uin I lull, ('on-yon:,', yesterday. Tin- lit-v. I". U. i'eake occupied the clmir, and trnio was a fair attendance. Tho minutes of previous meeting were rend •and continued. The liDiioriir.v secretary f Mr T. Brown) rend the report and balance sheet for the pnst which Will he circulated to subscribers Tho balance sheet showed a credit balance of -t'lHl had been r-'ceive l iu donations during the year, mid £16 in hospiul fees. The r* port and balance -dieei were received on the motion of Mr A. Harris, seconded by Mr K. iuiiynt. The chairman declared the retiring members of c.miniit tee (tho only nom inees) duly c.l'.'c.U'd f*»r the ensuing year, the names lj«'ijii_r Miss Waters ur.d Messrs Humphrey, I'eake, I'layle, 11: r r i s and Brown. A clause in the report—suggesting ad ditions to tho building and the employ ment of a second nurse, so that mater...
VERSE. UPPER MURRAY IN SPRING. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 October 1914
VECECSIC. ypper muituay ix .spuing. by mus s. h. Simi'.son, tsntaldjia. Gigantic trees arc on the lulls, The flats ii verdant sheen, Tho Murray River waters Glide through a leafy scrccn ; A picture of great beauty Is unfolded to your eye, As you gaze away in distance The hill-line meets blue sky. Tha cattle browsing in tho glens, The distant hills uf blue, The giant gums upon the flats, And drooping willow, too ; The wo.olly sheep, and snowj^lanjb, ■ Frisking in the sun, The noble horse is neighing To his mates whose work is done. The industrous little working bees • Are beginning everywhere, The golden bloom of wattle Leaves a perfume in tho air ; A bird that's cooing to its mate - And chirping songs of spring Givos a gentle little flutter, And sails off on the wing. The verdure on the hills and dales Is of emerald hue ; Clusters of spring lilies— . Yellow soldier flowers, too. As the sun is passing o'er the hilla The background is aglow ; Beneath the radiant clouds Gleams Kosciusk...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 October 1914
I'uhlic Notice. J. J. O M I? f OiQ % jr'JriJcLijUiir o CM; :; o B B y o N G. . i . . . \ !v^ lljf AVE pleasure in announcing fclie O opening of their ^3000 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-Childrens' Millinery. Do not fail to call and inspect our goods. It will pay you. TAILORING. You save a 011 every suit hy 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 liavve a very big and ever changing: assortment. Once a customer, always a customer,, in this department, A full stock always oil hand of GROCERIES (we sell only the best brands), CROCKERY IRONMONGERY" . GLASSWARE TIMBER DOORS SASHES CEMENT LIME "The Very Latest"—One-fire Sfcoves^l? THREE SIZES. WINES, ALES AND SPIRITS. (we are connoisseurs in this...
TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. WORKERS COMPENSATION. At the last meeting of the Towong Shire Council the new Workers' Compensation Act came up for discussion.— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 October 1914
TOttWC SKIRE COVXC1L. WORKERS; CUMl'liNSATlON. «. At the last meeting of the Towong Shire Council the new Workers' Com pensation Act came up for discussion .— Will. C. Holmes, Insurance Commis sioner, wrote "I desire to taka this opportunity of formally iiflviaiiifi your Council tliiit the State Accident Insurance Oilice referred to in tin; Act ui'GVo quoted is now in comae uf establishment, and the necessn-y rates are being framed mid nil documents prepared. This office is in a position to ofler your Council the best possible inducements as regards rates of premiums chargeable, and tlio policies issued will be free from vexations con ditions and restrictions, while the adjust ment of claims wji.ll be dealt with on a prompt and equitable basis. All policies are guaranteed by the Government of Victoria. By fhlingiu and returning the accompanying form, your interests will be protected immediately tho Act becomes operative, and in the meantime the rates can be considered by you and a p...
BUTTER SHIPMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 October 1914
IE3• !vi'3',3e XltJiMI.H.Va'S. Indiana* um w is e\p'.'eji.'d by hu'.ter ex porters on Saturday w'r.>-:\ intimation w as rt-cioivuJ from ;he Orient company thus butter would no: be carried by li.M.S. OsrerJey, which in due to sail from Mel bourne on *2Sih in*-t.f I'.nd. no ex^l-antuion win u'iven tor tb'N course, m-H-iini; of the execmiw nt the Butter llxp irt I-Veighc Cyommittco wib at oiuii! *utmn med to con sider tin* matter. tr v/iis u1 that. tho action of the Oii' tvt C'>:upvny would uisor •jsmisc the r-xporc ti ;i'U» hik!. o.ir.^e much Joss unci inconvenient! tu producers throughout Australia. it adhered to, there would be no uv-iii;;U*» in mail steamers from '20th October to 20:h No vember, and it was doubtful whether freight would be obtainable in other steamers. The committee imervle'.ved the Minister of Custuins, anil placet.: tho. position before him. It was mentioned [hat, there was a clause in the miil con tract with tho Federal Government by. which the Orient comp...
HERO TESTING. REGULATION FOR GOVERNMENT CERTIFICATION. Following are the regulations concerning herd testing for the Government certification of standard cows:—ENTRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 October 1914
testing. REGULATION KOli GOVERNMENT CliHTIKI CAT [ON. Following are the regulations con cerning herd testing for the Government certification of standard cows ENTIiANCE. 1. The owner of any fiord of pure-bred dairy cattle may submit his herd for certification. 2. Only those cows registered in a recognised herd book or pure stock icgister will be accepted, and all such cons in tiie herd must be tested, with such exceptions as are set out in clauses i.|, 15, and 16. 3. An at]mint fee of £1 per herd and 5/ per cow tested shall be paid to the Department of Agriculture on demand. Any cow entered for certificaiion and any calf the progeny of such cow may be branded in such manner as to ! insure identification, and all standard cows will be marked on the inside of an ear with the Government tattoo mark and an identification number. LACTATION VF.RlOn, 5. Testing and recording shall occupy a period of nine calendar months, 273 days, commencing one week from date of calving, excepting under s...
THE NEW PARLIAMENT. THE SENATE. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 October 1914
THE NEW PARLIAMENT. THE SENATE!'. „ YIUTOIUA. •T. Barnes b'. Barker 10. ,T. RnssoII f A. M. M'Kissock E. A. H. Blakey E. Findley NEW SOUTH WALES. A. Gardner A. M'Dougall |.T. Grant "A. X. Gould :::E. D. Millon +D. Watson WESTERN AUSTRALIA. G. F. Pearco P. J. Lynch K. Xri'iihum G. Henderson R. Buzacott H. Do Largio TASMANIA. D. J. O'Koefo J. H. Long |J. Guy :\T. PI. ICeatinR 11, K. Ready -T. J. K. Bukhap QUEENSLAND. R. T. Givens M. A. Ferricks W. -T. R. Mftiighr.n J. C. Stewart • J. Mullan H. Tnrley SOUTH AUSTRALIA. W. Shannon >T. Nevvlnnd •f. V. O'Lou^hliis It. S. Guthrio W. Senior \V. II. Story '' r>(;notes Libgrnl member, and f now member.
OBITUARY. DEATH OF MRS. JAMES SHELLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 October 1914
OBITUAItV. DEATH OF MRS. JAMES SHELLEY. An old aND well known resident of the Koetong Ko.nl passi'd over to the yreat majority on Sunday last in the person of Mrs Jamea Shelley, proprietress of the Camboine Hotel, Koeton^. Jt U nearly forty years since Mr and Mrs Shelley built. thei: house of accommodation on the top of the Koeton-j; ICan^e. Mr Shelley died some years afterwards, and the business lias since been carried on by Mrs Shelley and her daughters. The old lady's health for some months hu* been very indifferent, and death wa* due to general break r«p, deeea-ed bt/in^ in her 'JUtii year. She leaves a family of four daughter*—Mrs IJrophy, oi Jiallaral, Mi-s K. Shelley, of Melbourne, and Mi~>es Norali and Klizabeth Shelley, \-.i Iv.elou::—and one son, Mr .H'lm Sheiiey, nl KoetotiL;. The burial took pla"e at the Wodon^a Cemetery on Tue-day. The de:.th 1-- reported at Ueverley, W.A., on the Huh in-t., of Mr I). II. Adam^on, a^ed \ \ >ew*. The d.M-\wl \vi* an i.-liii.'rT in ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 October 1914
Bm, j vm%m L ki o w a O'a £ li t-/ Ly a u J i \i Wi I Fainlctop cf ths 1 GCNOHcG/tTiGKAL jj f:;3S!Sn gisup.ch, I fil:rcy, Melbourne. 4 | Ccncls Iii3 opinion of Virj .'• 'rs >• .'"'l »*• &lt; l ?,1 . i v J ! .] cr~~3 ^ r1 n r f' M ■ n l1 y iii vk' '' I was recommended to try Clements Tonic. I was completely run down, suffered from nervous prostration, with insomnia and severe hcadaches. I had spent much money on mcdicines to no purpose. "One bollle put me right and was worth it:, weight in gold. "I rccommcnd this medi cine strongly. (Sf.cnsJJ JOHN HQS KING." T!ic Ucv.-J. HOSKING, D.D., i« known r.s an earnest rlnjrcli worker, nnd iiU l« alimony lo CLEMENTSTOMC wm sirnl for the j'ood it mi^lil do, This .ncdicine i.« certain in its clients on run :lown or initati'd nt*rvcs, and quic!:ly -clicv« UiUiiiu^VAv.kncH, Lois of !cc|), Pr-or Appetite, Coii'lipatinn and i ) Indigestion. ALL LHEMISlS nud \ \ - SVORi-S SELL IT. jj One stop won't take you very far— You've got to keep on ...