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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 October 1914

SPORTING NOTES. The picnic carnival held recently in aid of the Tallangatta Cottage Hospital re* suited in over £50 being raised. W. U. M'Lachlan, the jockey, is often alluded to as "The Cup Fiei\d," because of his partiality for those turf events. The Melbourne Cup will be riyi at Flemington on Tuesday next, and the winner may be Ulva's Isle or St. Carwyne. Uncle Sam has won in prize money the sum of £10,532 as the result of seven firsts, live seconds, and two thirds, lie has started 27 times. By no means a big quadruped, the Cup ^candidate, St. Carwyne, is a splendid specimen of the thoroughbred, and, as was pithily put by a well-known Upper Mur ray racing man, "is all horse." At the Kemble Grange races on Friday, the Jumpers' Flat, 1$ miles, was won by Demand, a well-known Upper Murray performer. Demand carried 10.1*2, and started favorite at 7 to 4. The lime for the journey was 2.18. The horse most frequently mentioned for the Melbourne Cup is I Iva's Isle. Uncle Sam's chance is...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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THE Corryong Courier. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 October 1914

TIIK | Quu-injnm} Qnntrteu. TJIOUSDAY, OGTOBliR QO, UHl. I'ur the c.m^e that lacks a-;si-n;uic*'r I'ur tlio wi'ui!1-':; that »t:ud re:;i>t iuiu*. For the future m tin: <lisu i-e, And the [;uo<l that w.- can 'It. Tin; Mkmuk!'. roit IJena.muha.—Mr.J. W. Leckie, ALL.A., announces else where that he will be in Corryong to morrow evening, and will bo pleased to meet his friends at a preliminary meeting. Tuk Water Sci'pi.y.—Townspeople are reminded that a meeting in con nection with the proposed water supply will be held in the Athemeum Hall this evening. A representative atten dance is desired. FicpEiiAr, Land Tax.—A return was presented to the House of Representa tives on 21st inst. showing that during the financial year 1912-13 penalties which had been imposed under the Laud Tax Assessment Act for the late payment of tax had been remitted to the amount of £2083, as compared with £GGS for the preceding year, and £1091 during 1910. Victokian" .State Elections.—Fo...

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WODONGA MARKET. YOUNGHUSBAND, ROW AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 October 1914

WO DONG A MARKET. YOUNGII I'SUAND. IlOW AN*I) CO. Report having hold their fortr>if»!itly salo of fat stock at their Wodongn yurils on 20th inst., when thoy yarded 132 fat cattle. The attendance of the trndc. was u goad one. They quote :—Bullocks, to ±'10/15/; others, to *£'8/14/; steers, to £"7/2/(i; cows, to £9/12/6 ; veulors, to £5/1-2/6. DALOETY AND CO. Report holding their Wodongn fortnightly mnrket on 20th inst., yarding ft good sup ply of fat cnttlo and sheep. The ntten dunco wan very good. Quotations :— Bullocks, to £9/10/; oows, to £9 ; heifers, to £7/10/ ; fut calves, to JsG. Sheop, to 11/6 ; lambs, to 9/.

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OBITUARY. DEATH OF MR. M. M'GRATH. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 October 1914

Ofcl'B'SIAKV. Divvrn ok Mu. :,r. M'Gratfi. Mr Miehaol M'Giarh, butcher, Tul langat.a, well and favorably known throughout tho North-Kasteni district* was found dead in hia bod at his residence on Wednesday morning of last week, tho cau*o 1'oiii" heart failure. Deeousod Ii id 1101 been in very nootl health for some time past, bat his death was not anticipated. IIo was present at the Wodoniia cattle market on previous Tuesday, returning to 'fatlan^atta tho name evening, anil was then ill good spirits. Mr M'Oath was a member of the 'fowonj: Shire Council for several years, beiufj one of tho represen tatives for t)ie Tallanyatta riding, and had been president, lie was also a prominent member of Tallan^atta A. and 1'. Society, racing club, and other public institutions. Deceased was 51 years of ii;;u, and leaves a willow, one son, and five daughters, for whom general sympathy is expressed.

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THE MARKETS. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [BY WIRE.] Wednesday, 8 p.m. Messrs Mathieson and Davis, of St. James' Buildings, Williams-street, Melbourne, wire us as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 October 1914

Till? MARKF.TS. MKDI'.OUIWH MARKETS. [15 V WlUK.] Wednesday, 0 p.m. j Mcssra M.ithieson and Davis, of St. j James' JipJIuin»s, Williniiis-jjtreot, Mel bourne, wiro uh 11 h follows:— Flit Cattle.—U,22.') yarded. The de mand was butter, mul priino iMmlity in most cases ruled 10/ in '20/ in advance of lust week's reduced rates. Tlio ri^o in other descriptions was not so pronounced. Prime pons of l>nilot-.I;s, XM to £l"> ; odd boasts, to X17/10/ ; pond, XI'J/10/ to ; ^'ood, liijit and handy, X'10/15/ to XI'2 ; seconds and inferior, from Xli. tfrinio pons of cows, .CIO to XI1 ; extra, to XI1/I0/ ; best, to XI"2/o/ ; ^ood, X8 to X!)l'ij ; others, from XI. Fat Calves.—9S0 penned. Best quality were irregular with prices practically un altered, and others easier. Fat Sheep.—1(>,7.j0 yarded. Prime rilled firm throughout, while other de scriptions were irregular at generally lower values. Fat Lambs.—17,700 penned. Oponins sales were firm, and afterwards hardened from Gd to 1/ per head...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 October 1914

SUDDEN DEATH 01" Mil JAMES M'GRATH. Mr .lamps M'Grath, brother of the Into Councillor M'Grath (writes a correspon dent), was found dead iu Mr Wm. Ever ston's paddocl; on Monday evening. De ceased had boon at his brother's funeral on Thursday at Tallangatta, and started for home at Sandy Creeli on Friday even it'!;, lint did not reach there. On Monday one of ])in nephews was travelling alonj; the road towards his homo and Haw Mr M'Grath in the paddocl;. The boy could not (jet him over thft fence and into his cart, no he went homo (soioo distance away) lor assistance. A party returned some time later only to find that Mr M'Grath had died soon after tho lad had left him.

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PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 October 1914

pur,licat]oxs nkckited. While "Life" keeps well abreast, of tho iippnrletl magazines oil the war, its ^euer;1.! reading is not, allowed tu,-utter, an«l sueh arliehs as "Out- uf the .Jaws of iVath," hy Sir Dou^la* Miuvstm ; "How 1 Klew Across the Atlantic," hy Lieutenant Gran ; ami "The Sea danglers," hv -lack London, rouinl out asj^emlM issue of t his magazine. The November is.-me, wii.1i Sir John .Jellicoe ii^urin^ on the cover, is new on sale at iill I booksellers'.

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CHURCH NEWS. PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 October 1914

CllUltUU NEWS. l'i:i:siiVTKKIA.\. A social mooting was hold in tho Presbyterian Church recently in connec tion with I ho Sunday School, whon tho annual distribution of prizes was made. During tho afternoon a presentation in tho form of » Kolil bangle was mado to Miss M. Seaton from tho scholars. Master A. Davis mado the presentation with a neat little speech and Miss Seaton suitably replied, ihanliing tho children for their gift. Tea was served by tho parents and an enjoyable mooting was brought to a close by tho singing of tho National Anthem. fffn his liudget- .speech the l'romier of South Australia (Mr I'eake) indicates a ileliciency of over £-200,000, hut says that there will be no new taxation.

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MULTUM IN NUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 October 1914

iuiii-timi in «•;. Towong Shire Cimm-il 11u"■ ioil 'londay next. iiuirifall for October. — lQt.li, tl.2in. ; 2Sth, O.'liu. Patriotic euoliro party anil dance in the Thought aeln>ol to-morrow night. Towong Shire Council invite tenders for clearing on Lucyvale road. Seo advt. Kozelle (N.S.W.)wou the principal brass band event at tin: South stroet competi tions. . , Mr G. B. Knbin will visit Corryong on Saturday, and, may bo consulted at the Coffee Palace. The opening of the. Allmry wool sales wilr take place. on Thursday, November ;19th. See advt. - 'Annual general meeting of the Cndgewa Dairy Company shareholders on Saturday next,'at two p.m. A. well-known grazier oil the Murray says this is the driest' season the district has seen for 40 years. The judges at the British Dairy Show highly commend the general excellence of the colonial butters exhibited. The State Cabinet has decided llmt the Workmen's Compensation Act. shall take effect, from next Saturday week. It has been decide...

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STATE ELECTIONS. MR J. R. ROSS AT CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 October 1914

STATE ELECTIONS. MR J. R. ROSS AT COURYONG. Till) State electoral campaign opened at Corryon<; on Saturday evenitif,', when Mr •T. It. lioss, tho sele«tn.l L.J,or csuididato for I'enambra addressed the electors. Mr T. M'Inernoy occupied tho clinic and in troduuuil tlia spmilccr. Mr Loss said thorn were only two political parties now—Libor ,„h1 Ami Labor. Tuo former represented tho triio Democracy and the latter the vested in terests. In lyt'l there wis not a pled"ed Labor inL'liibc-r in any legislature in Aus "aim. Tho progress it had mado sinco showed that tho people regarded its policy as wise, sane and nature! lie re viewed tho State policy of tho Labor part). Tho first plank d--alt with was compulsory resumption of land for closer' settlement. Tho Liberal Governments had sunk five millions of borrowed n-o'ney m closer settlement, and four per cent, interest was beim; paid on it. U Wiu now admitted that one-third of' that' amount would have to be wiped off, Tho outstan...

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WALWA SALE OF GIFTS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 October 1914

• WAIiWA"SALE OF GIFT'S. , Under tho auspices of (ho .Prcsbytorian Church, a very successful sale of gift* was held afc Walwa on Friday, October 9th, the amount .realised bein^ £57/10/. This sum has. been equally, divided botwoen tho 1 local church .Building Fund and tho ! general fund of the Corryon» Charge. I The stalls and stall-holders wore as fol I low:—Fancy Goods, Mesdames Li. Hnnna 1 and 0. Hnrina ; General, Mesdames Jos. j Hanna and Allchin ; Cool Drinks, Fruit, ! and Lollies, Misses Murjorio Hanna and ! E. Cook ; Produce, Mrs T. Hunt. A I source of great interest to tho children was a Mother Hubbard Shoo, well filled I with toys,' presided ever by Miss M. ! Kaiyhin ; while at the rear of the hall 1 Mr iiobt. Gray caused a little nmusem>-:U 1 and considerably aided tho funds by th" ! skilful way in which ho matin^"1 an 1 Aunt Sally. Tho Refreshment T tbU^ were well served by Mesdame.M Robt. 1 Brindley and 0. Everard and Miss Guest, assisted by other willing workers. 1 A ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 October 1914

Public Notice. ' fpHE Place to Go is J. CAMPBELL'S STOEE, and you will see all the Newest and most tjp-to-date Drapery Goods ever landed in the district for the Spring and Summer. k 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 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, OUROCOAS, and SUN HATS in the newest shapes. Values—the Best, ® ® ® ® ® LADIES' UNDERCLOTHING. — This Department is well stocked with s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 October 1914

rryoag Hotel COE,RYONG. . E. . KNIGHT TppSREBY notifies that lie lms t:ik(>n over the above \v<;!l known hotel, and hopes by strict attention to the requirem-Mits of patrons smd keeping only the best brands of liquors to merit a eontiniunee of ihc support accorded his predecessor. First'dass Billiard Table, marker in attendance. Every attention paid to requirements of Tourists and Travellers. GOOD GRAZING PADDOCKS & STABLING. Stopping place for CRAWFORD CO.'S COAOHES, ;vwhieli; leave this hotel daily (Sundays excepted) : '' for Tallanj?atfca. The Comom Coffee Palace. MISS E. E. HILL, PEGPSIETEE3S. mnn ABOVE well hnown house ol nccoiiminihuion lms been renovated through fl ont, and patrons uia.v rely upon their requirements receiving every attention. Reasonable tariff'. Two tables. Piano. Bath. Good Stabling. Wkll Equipped Bu.tiJ.nn Room.' ElTIOIKNT MaKKKR. Tintaldra Hotel. | F. P. Liicas, Licensee. First-class Accommodation for Travellers. I3est brands of Wines...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 October 1914

In tin; Supreme Court of t in! Slate of Victoria Probate Jurisdiction. IN the KSTATK of ISAHKLLA Dltl'MMONI) late of Walwa in the Statu of Victoria Married Woman deceased intestate. •TjV£OTI('K is hereby ^iveii I hat afl<:r t ho expiration of fourteen days from tin* publication hereof APPLICATION will In; made to tlie Supreme ('ourt of the State <>f Victoria in itn Probate .Jurisdiction that Letters of Administration of the estate of Isabella Driimmond late of Walwa in tin; said State Married Woman dceea-ed In testate may be granted to Robert l)rum mond of the same place (inudcr the luw bund of the said deceased. Dated this twenty .»e>*eulh day of October 191 J. JOHN WILKINSON, Proctor lor the Applicant, Sydney-Street, Wodon^a, and 0<.au-street, Albury. ! KE ISAliKLLA I)iu;.MMONI> hue of Walwa in the State of Victoria Married Woman deceased Intestate. ;7r;LL PKKSONS having any Claims against tlie estate of t he abovenumed deceased are hereby...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 October 1914

SJiilJs ftoticc. RAW13S.—On October iiOtli, nt Lvnd hurst South, the wife of G. \V. Rhwch—:i daughter (jMnma Allies). Hotli wall. In iiEoiioriaiii. KIjIPPEL.—In lovinn memory of our dear mother Catharine ICtippel, who do. parted this life at Bcrringnim, October 29th, 1912. This Is u <toy of remcmbemilce to lis all : Tltt* U the divy chut U sad to mull. Shr U puuceruUy sleeping* resting ;vt last, Lifo'i wcury/paliitj nud (sufferings p;u»t. Suffering, suffering, day by day, Her pain there's no one knew, Unty ut la4t God took her homo, Her life fought luw«l ami true : And off our thought* do wander To a grave not fi»r uway, Where we lakl our dear mother Just two vttvM ii£o to^lay. —Inserted by her loving sons and daughters. PrKE.—In loving memory of our dearly beloved daughter Tilly, who iliod in her fifth year au 27th October, 1913. A. shock, iv blow severe, To i> irt with one we L.vv I s;> d.v\r : Our Ik. i.< ^rre-u. we'll nor romphiu, Hut iru-t m (Ju l to...

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SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 October 1914

SEPTEMBER. 1st 0-20in, H);h .. .. .. O07in. li:h Ollin. I'.'th .. .. .. O'Oijin. • isili 0 07in. l'.Uh OOJin. 'idili O-rMin. 'J/ith .. .. .. O-Ooin. •J'.'.tU .. .. .. OOliu. Totu! .. .. .. O-Hliin. [Total for year to Jute .. lU'ti'iin.J

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. SATURDAY, 24TH OCTOBER. [Before Messrs Acocks, Harris and Humphrey, Js.P.] TRUANCY CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 October 1914

CODEC'S1 or PEW SESSIONS. . .Saturday, 24th Octobeb. [Before Messrs Aeoeks, Hurris and Humphrey, Js.P.]" ' ' , TKUANOY cask. -"."W.'Moote v_ p. Vu'gel.—Defendant was. chargcd;\vith noglocting to send his child tpiaeliool. v{tlireo' chitr(je»). - The clerk stated that ihero wero four prior-convic tions. Thn defendant livod at Tintaldrn, and it nocessitnled a tri-p by the constable each time with ii warrant of commitment. Ha lived within a quarter of a rnilo of tiio school.—A fine of 4/ wa3 imposed in each ease, in default 2-1 hours' imprisonment. DE11T CASKS. John Campbell v \V. Draper (default summons).—Claim for £4/15/2, for goods sold and dolivored. Mr Ilood appeared for complainant. No notice of defence was filed.—An order was mado for the amount claim'ed with 15/G costs, in de fault distress/ •Same v. T. Williams (default sum mons).—Claim for .£'3/4/1/, for goods sold and delivered. Mr lldod appeared for complainant. No notice of defence wad filed.—An order was made for amount c...

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THE RAINFALL. The following local gauge readings for the current year are supplied by Mr Playle: — [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 October 1914

'MJ3-: tSASSS-'AJX. Thi» r.oilo'.vin;; !rjt?:il iMU':o r»'ii'iin^s for tlio current ve;ir :a«: supplied by Mr Playle : — March April Mav June July August VWin. OOi'in. 2-iisin. O'JSin. 0-JHin.

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EXECUTIVE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 October 1914

EXECUTIVE MEETING. A meeting of tho executivo was hold immediately uftor, tho following members attending :—Messrs A. Harris, A. l'laylo, H. Harris", W. Hamilton, T. Brown, T. Greenhill, F. Pcake and A. Bavtlntt. Mr A. Harris whs ro-appointod chairman for tho ensuing your, and Mr Bartlett hon. secretary. Several important questions were mapped out for attention during tho coining year. On tho motion of Mr Brown, seconded by Mr H. Harris, Messrs Cummins, Hamilton, Playlo pnd Bartlett were appointed a sub committee to report upon the question of shire severance. Railway extension was also discussed, and tho secretary was instructed to obtain information on several points.

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THE INCOME TAX. THE CURRENT RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 October 1914

TJHK !.\CO.flR TAX. T1IE CUKKENT RATES. Personal Kxertion. Krom, Property,. livery 11 up to.CiXX) C.iOti to Cl.nilii £1,000 to £1,5U0 : 'Jvur £l,riiin •M •Id r,d i;,i i;a Sit ]0(i 1-Jil An exemption £*200 in allowed. No person whor-e income from persona;; ' exertion mill property did not exceed £'200 shrill lie liable to tax. Tlie ratrs for companies are Sd for lifo assurance companies and Til for others. Oil, merchant in this hour of eeo, If on this paper von should eee, Take our advice, and now be yyv, I Go straightway out and ailvurtiii. You'll find tlu- project of some mm ; Neglect can offer no exqiiq. lie wise at once prolong your daaa, A silent busines soon ilUkk. l'liutei! anil published l>y A. T. liAISTt.l.rr, Sole 1'roprietor, at the olliee, Ilanso;; btrcet, Corryotig, in the State of Vietoila^ "

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