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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 — 22 October 1914
THE YEARS' iiF.COKDS. Following tire the recorrls of the r:xin> Ml lor !£)()->. 1906, 1007. I'JOS, l'J09. 1910. 1911, 1912 «tnl 13i:i CO 85 05-05 if, 18 oi 85 Ho OS! 80-15 fiS-i'S 05-M: Oi-Of! 185 ol'-T' IS &lt;J O'J 5 r.i-o AiO ii-I (•>()■?. 51-1 •ona Ci'O 05-f fi(i-1 !(!•« IG-0 oi-i OA-:: '.-A } i::-o 'AOST um: I 'J I or -1 11-5 95 5 On'-1 A5-[ 1)8-1! IH-I' "|i>o (>9 5 I 11-5 99-1 Gy-;: 85-[ 1 [•)• 98-5 H 90 5 19 5 80-0 81-5 (tf'-U c.'J I 'J 1 -5 KG-S 5'--- [ 57,-1 fcl-'J 8f--f; I'.'-K 90 5 TA-t I'l-Z 'Jl-C 0 91 •(! 0(5-5 09-g U-9 CO-!' r.«. i (.-'.-■I 5i-'J auiif i:i I' 5:5 0 TO-.o fi()-5 ii:-5 5 '.lfi-0 Ei-7. AV|t i >: 0 55- r (iO-O 80-0 5i;i: :;i-1 91-5 i8- [ Oil-1 I!V I'M' SO-1 fll-t •-•y-5 if:-a 1-8-0 19-1 VilMI AU-0 E'J-I O'J-I iO-I' 90-1 5i-I 5G-f' 90-5 8i-0 KM 09-5 VI 0 iO-S 90 5 ei-x fil-S OC- [ "l!.M 11!-5 •iiuf 8161 5101 HOT 0101 COOT 8001 A00I 9001 &lt;.'001
THE CUDGEWA DAIRY COMPANY LIMITED. DIRECTORS' MEETING. [SUPPLIED.] [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 October 1914
i'EII! Clll»ii;w.l 3> \J KV &lt;,'O.H r.AiW ILt.tll'i'KO. DIRECTORS' MKKTIXG. [SUPI'I.IED.J The ordinary monthly meeting of directors of the above company was hold at the manager's oflice, Corryong, on Thursday last, when tho following mom bars were present, viz., Messrs A. Playlo (acting chairman), A. Harris, A. ; Hamilton. ]£. Lmd and K. M'Kenzio and the manager. Apologies for absence wore received from Messrs Mitchell and Ben netts. Minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. COKUKSPONDEKCK. From AV. II. Blaokham and Co., agents, Melbourne, advising sales in Mel bourne as follow :—0 ca^es at 11J1 per lb., 110 at 113 1. 1*30 at llJd, and 21(3 at —Received. From same, acknowledging receipt of advice that butler would be forwarded twice weekly, and stating that arrange ments would bo made with the Railway Department for cool trucks.—Received. From Superintendent of Exports, Mel bourne, acknowledging receipt of instruc tions to have all butter exported by the comp...
ALBURY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 October 1914
ALBUP.Y PRODUCE MAUICET. Tho Albary Wool and Produce Brokers (Younghusband, Row and Co. Ply. Ltd., Colqnhoun's Co operative and Soiling Agency Co. Ltd., Dalgoty and Co. Ltd., and Mathieson und Davis) report holding thoir usual monthly sale of batchers' and station produce on 10th inst., when thoy again brought forward good catalogues of all classes of produce to a splendid attendance of buyers. A satisfactory clcarance was effected. Tho catalogues consisted of 12,000 skins, 1052 hides, 21 tons trillow, 12 tons rabbit skins, a quantity of fox skins &lt;uid a few lots of wcol oddments. Competition for all woolled skins was very keen, and the following advances in prices may be quoted on those rilling at our previous sale:—Well-grown merino, Jd p«r lb. ; short and inferior merino, Jd to ^ 1 per lb. ; crossbred skins fully i \ pur lb. Pelts wore hard to soil at late rates. The condition of tho hides shown was much better than of Into and prices ranged from 6d to 7£d per lb. Tall...
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 — 22 October 1914
THE MARKETS. MULIIOURNH MARKKTS. [L!y \Vii:k.] Wudiiesdny, G p.m. | Messrs Jlntlmison and Dnvis, of St. | J limes' ijiiililiiig*, Williams-street, Mel bourne, wire us us follows Lilt Cattle.—1,10,1 yarded. Local oattle ruled from 10/ to 20/ easier, utui lonj» distance cattle showed a considerably greater fall. Prime pens of bullocks, Ironi £14 to £15 ; extra, to -til) ; odd l)i>lists, to £19 ; fjoivJ, £12/5/ to i'lii/lO/ ; oOOil, light ami handy, X10 tc XI12 ; seconds ami inferior, from £5. Prime pens of cows, £'.) to £'9/10/ ; odd bemta, to XI5 ; yood, £7/15/ to XS/15/ ; others, from £4/10/. Fat Calves. — 1,120 petmod. Prime were considerably ensier. Fut Sheep.—11.700 yarded. Prices in most cases were Od to 1/ lower. Kat Lambs. — 50,000 penned, Tiio market opened firm, but afterwards re ceded fully 6d to 1/ per head.
YOUNGHUSBAND, ROW AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 October 1914
YOUNGIIUSIJAND, IJOW AN*D CO. Ucport having hold their usual fort nightly marKot at th'3 Albury municipal yards'on 13th inst.• whoa thoy offered 127 fat cattlo and 3380 fat sheep and lambs. The attendance) jf rho trade was hardly np to thu average. Quotation* : — iiulloclis, to i'11/1 f>/ ; ptenrs, to -L'O ; cowd, to -Oil ; vpal«M'd, to Xlj'ljQ.. Cross bred wethers, to 10/5 ; crosshrnd owes, to 15/7 ; merino wethers, to 12/7 ; lambs, to 13/7.
ALBURY MARKET. DALGETY AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 October 1914
ALUURY MARKET. DALGKTY AND CO. Report holding their usual fortnightly coarket at Albnry on 13th inst., wh&lt;m they offered 3500 fat sheep and 100 head j of fat cattle. There whs a largo attend* ; anco of buyors presont. They quote:—' Bullocks, to £14/7/0 ; inferior steers, to I £4/5/ ; cow?, to i'll; hoifera, to i'(J/17/G ; vcalors, to £6. Crossbred wethers, to lb/6 ; crossbred ewes, to 15/6 ; merino wethers, to 11/8 ; merino owed, to 10/8; crossbred lurnbs, to 12/.
THE RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 October 1914
Tim KA!IAVAV. During the past few weeks the number of men engaged in the Koetong railway construction work has been hugely in creased, Ule total number now employed being over 800. The leading gangs en gaged in clearing have readied Shelley's, find considerable diiHeiilty has been ex jj«" jiecienced in keeping them supplied witli — „ s... provisions. The 'double reached a very , acute stage last week, but now we under Htnud the construction mil iioriiii-> have taken up the matter and an: obtaining supplies from Corryong, which will lie dis tributed to the men. In view of the hap hazard manner in which men have been employed and.dismissed from this work in , the past, it was not to lie expected that the last sudden inrush could be catered fur orfhand.
MULTUM IN NUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 October 1914
iinji/rii.u in huck. Look out for "Our Gallant Defenders early in November ! I'hillip Chiuy, Tintaldra, has been ap pointed an inspector of stuck. ^ Annual meeting of Corryong 1 rogress Association on Monday evening next. Berriugaum animal picnic will be held ou i'riday, Uth November. See ailvt. Tbe Albury wool .-ales will probably be resumed about tlie middle of November. "Husiness carried ou as usual during alterations to the map."—Glasgow Sliop keeper. Annual general meeting of shareholders of the Cudgewa Dairy Co. on .list mst. See advt. Tlie libel ease, lloare v. Norton, lma been settled out of court. Tlie terms have not been HUUed. 4 In the Echuca district as much as Clo per acre lias been paid lor lucerne paddocks ' for the irrigation season. A euchre party ami dance in aid of tlie Patriotic l'und will be bold in the Thougla School on 1'iidiiy, 30th inst. See advt. The actual date of the. Stale elections has not yet been delinitcly lixed, hilt they j will probably be held on ...
STATISTICAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 October 1914
.vrATEsTKUi. xv:nn\ii\'. The following approximate particulars | of the area, population and production of the six European Powers and Australia will be found interesting for purposes of comparison. Tho areas arn j^'iven in thousands of square miles. Id the other col umns the numbers are millions, and represent the latest count in stock and the annual .yields of gtain in bushels and of potatoes in tons. Ana. .. 121 2&lt;W 207 201 8,000 110 2,1100 Pop. •• •13 0.5 so 51 107 s-t 5 Horst's .. 2 ■1 :> ■1 :m i 2 C;ilile. .. 1-2 20 M 10 53 0 11 Slitfup. .. .'SO 7 10 11 ■SI n K-t Wliiul. .. o,; 130 fitu i:>o 200 71. O.ita. .. 102 ■i:;r. 30il 200 7i o :"i U U.ii icy. .. 53 : in 17 1 &lt;0 117 10 2 Potatoes. 7 31 12 16 ai 1 i
GIFT AFTERNOON. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 October 1914
GIFT AFTERNOON. A Gift Afternoon in connection wit!) the Ladies' 1'iUriotio Guild was held in the Alhentmun Hull on Thursday. There was a good attendance of the public and a usefnl lot of articles wcro donated, in eluding the following :—6 pillows, 3U pillow slips, 42 handkerchiefs, 2:i towels, 10 pairs sox, 2 muftlere, 1 Balaclava hel met and 1 plug tobacco. Several songs and instrumental items were rendered, and the afternoon passed very cnjoyably. Befreshmonts wero provided by the ladies. Mr Crawford Sen. kindly attended to the • fires. Ill addition to the articles above enumerated lIio cash takings amounted to about 30/. Tiktaldiia Ball.—The ball held at Tintaldra, recently in aid of the funds of the Corryotig Hospital resulted in a profit of £5/1H/, which amount has been handed over to the hospital treasurer. There was an attendance of over forty couples at the ball, and the night passed very enjoyably. Mrs Lucas provided the refreshments, giving an excellent snipper at half pr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 October 1914
I'ulilic IVoticc. "The Corryong Courier." NOTICE. IX consequence of the conditions im posed by the Country Printers' Wages Board—till! amended award of which came into operation on 27th Octobcr—wo are compelled to frame several new regu lations in regard to Advertisements anil Correspondence intended for insertion in t!io Courier. Notice is hereby given thr.t these rules will bo adhered to strictly. Advertisements. — All ne-.v advertise ments must be in band by l p.m. on Wednesdays. Changes of standing advertisements will not be received after 10 a.m. on Mondays. Correspondence, etc. — All corres pondence and other matter must bo in hand by t> p.m. on Tuesdays, other-, wise insertion cannot be guaranteed. Accounts. — Orders must be paid in advance, unless the person ordering had an account at this office. A. T. BARTLETT, Proprietor. ALF, VENNER, HAIRDRESSER & TOBACCONIST, Couut House Hotel, Corryong. My prices are :— Haircutting ... ... 6&lt;I fahaving ... ... Gd ...
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 — 22 October 1914
POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the lenn "Tho Common wealth" is usikI in connection with these rates and regulations it includes L'upua, lvord Llowo JUhu.i, a.nd Norfolk Ibiand.J LKJTiiitS. For every J ounce or fraction thereof, j For delivery within ttie Common wealth U 1 For delivery in tho British Em pire 0 1 For delivery in the New Hebrides, Uai:kb, :uid 'lorres Islands ..0 2 For deli/erv in oilier places .... 0 LET'IEU cakds. For delivery within the Common wealth : Single, id. each ; reply, Id. each half. For delivery ia i/he British Empire (set iisi of places under "Letters^}—Sin gle. id. each. For delivery in New Hebrides, Hunks. and Torres islands—Single, Ud. each. For delivery in oilier place?— Single, 2Ad. each. ' ^ POST CAKDS. Single Postcards impressed with th€ Id. stamp, and Pcply or double thirds, onch halt of which has the ld. staa:^ impressed thereon, may be transmitted to piaees within the Commonwealth, am. lo vhose places, enumerated uudei • Loicers," to which ...
DIARY OF THE WAR. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 October 1914
DIAKV OF TSJI3 WAIC, TUNE. 38th.—Archduke Franz Ferdinand assassinated at Sarajevo. JULY. 23rd.—Austria sends ultimatum to Servia, deniiindiru; the prosecution of Servians compromised in the assassin ation of Archduke Franz Ferdinand. 23th.—Servia refuses to comply with the demand. 2S1I1.—Austria declares war on Servia. 29th.—Diplomatic relations between Russia and Austria suspended. British First Fleet leaves Portland. Russia mobilising army. AUGUST. 1st.—German troops invade France. 2nd.—German; declares war on Rus sia. 3rd.—Invasion of Belgium by Ger many. Germany declares war 011 France. Germans repulsed at Lie^e. .■ 4th.—Gieat Britain declares war on Germany. 6th.—Austria-Hungary declares war on Russia. 12th.—Great Britain and Austria at war. 13th.—British Expeditionary Force in France. 15th. — 500,000 French troops in Alsace. iGth.—Czar promises Home Rule to Poland. 1 japan sends ultimatum to Germany regarding Kiaochau. J 20th.—Germans occupy Brussels. 42nd.—Namur invested, an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 October 1914
Public Notice. J. J. Phelps & Co, A. STOCK THE FOLLOWING :— Row's Embrocation Ellimau's Embrocation Solomon Solution Ayer's Hair Vigor. , Plasmon Irish Moss Greathead's Mixture Hypol Frew's Domino Liniment Liquid Peptonoids Kay's Essence Ayer's Sarsaparilla Chloride of Lime Condy's Fluid Condy's Crystals Sheldon's New Discovery Fluid Magnesia Citrate Magnesia Stearne's Headache Wafers ' Dr. Kelmo's Eye Lotion Cascara Sagrada Porous Plasters • Morton's Sedleitz Pqwderf? Maltine . Scrubb's Ammonia Sheldon's Liniment Eno's Fruit Salts '• Jayne's Expectorant Eucalyptus ' White Pine Cough Syrup. • Jayne's Liniment Seigel's Syrup \ Hearne's Bronchitis Cure Sparklet Bulbs Bay Bum Lavender Hair Wash „ Beetham's Glycerine and Cu ,/ cumber- ' , Glycerine Vaseline Bottles a Petroleum -Telly - Cod Liver Oil Carbolic Oil t Barry's Tricoplierous. Ahgier's Emulsiou Scott's Emulsion • • Clement's Tonic Menthol Cones Marking Ink . Cascara Pills , Williams' Liver Pills . Cockle's Pills Weston...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 October 1914
l'llhlic iVolic.C. FIRST IK 1800, AND FOREMOST ) GTMf 1'j y |(| fs p s iVO Ji J. J. ^WCOEKYONG. ]LW AVE pleasure in announcing tlie, iOi opening of their NEW SEASON'S GOODS, £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 Cliildrens* Millinery. Do not fail to call and inspect our goods,, It will pay you.. TAILORING. You save a £1 on every suit by 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 have a very big and ever changing-' assortment. Once a customer, always a customer,, in tliis department. A full stock always on hand of GROCERIES (we sell only the best brands), CROCKERY IRONMONGERY GLASSWARE: TIMBER DOORS SASHES; CEMENT- LIME "The Yery Latest"—-One-fire- Stoves;. THREE SIZES. WINES, ALES AND SPIRI...
TUMBARUMBA PONY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 October 1914
'I'i;.mi:aku.mi:a row hacks. A pnny race in-vtin^ was held al Tum harumba on -1st insi., when t he bad season ;uid time-: were reJleeled in the small JiuJ»i.s and attuidanre. Following are liie re Mill- : — Miniature Handicap, 1 fur.—Uubena I, liiddy Mona '.i.' .Six surtern. Time. '515. October Stakes, 5 fur. — Doubtful I, 1 Maj^ie Dunn '1. (July barters. Time, 1.7. 1 &lt;«:;llo\vay llandieap, i> iur.—Dorothy 1, I Dandy-. Only curlers. Time, I Hurdle Ha&lt;-e. 14 miles.—Toy 1, Maj,r^ie Dunne 12, Dorothy 3. l'"uur Htarlerrf. Time. Ladies' llraeelet, "> fnr.—-.Uubena 1, Tbunderbull '1. Only barters. Time, l.lOj. Farewell Handicap, f» ftir.—Miss Dandy 1. Four starter*. Time, Foddku Thicks, — Thu Victorian Prices of Goods Board lias forwarded a recommendation that the Governor' in Con ncil should acid the items hay, chaff, pollard, and bran to the List of goods for which the board had power to lix the highest soiling priccs. The Oabiacs agreed to accc-pt the recom ...