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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 November 1914

SPORTING NOTES. The Williamstown Cup was, won on Monday by Aleconner. Swedish Lad won the Victoria Steele chase at Flemingtonon Saturday. W'.'f.b. was sccmid, and Fireworks third. Committee meeting of the Corryong Pony Racing Ciul> at the Coffee Palace on Monday 'evening next, at eight p.m. Sue advt. • Carlita vvon'the Oaks Stakes on T hurs iljUy liyli vel en J^th ». ■—AVilI liLwliiiv .lint-., V qriette dead heat for second. Three starters. •. Alexandra, dam of the Melbourne Cup winner Kingshurgh was bred at the Royal Stud at Sandringliam, by his late Majesty, King Edward. 1 . ' Taking part in the War Fnnd gala at Middlesbrough (England), Hatlield swam •1000 yards in 13 mill. 16 l-Dtli sees., whiuli fa ft world's record. G. Meddiek is not the lightest boy who has steered a Melbourne Cup winner. In 1863 "II. Cliifney" (H. Dawes, sen.) rode Banker at 5.4. The handicap minimum at this time was 5st. /' The following notice was |)osted in the weighing-room at Manchester (England) last...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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BERRINGAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 November 1914

liF.HeJtlftUAMA. FItOM OUll OWN CORliKSPONDENT. The annual picnic passed off credit ably on Friday, 6th, November, when visitors from Koetong, Corryong, Cud gewa and other parts attended. The proceeds amounted to the most ever taken at any entertainment in Ber ringama, and Messrs Laverty and Nu gent; as secretaries, are to be congratu lated on the success^of the meeting, for on them fell the bulk oi the work and responsibility. The catering was done by the ladies, witti Miss Nugent as or ganiser and secretary. The principal helpers on the ground for dinner and afternoon tea were Mrs Coulston, Mrs Nugent, Jr., and Misses Waugh and Brainley (two). The races were started by Mr J. Nugent, Sen., and Mr D. Whitehead acted as judge. Their de cisions gave satisfaction. The hall was full of daucers till the early morning. Mr Mark Coulston has offered a do nation of £5 towards putting the floor into good order. The gross takings amounted to £20. The music was sup plied by Miss Otty, assisted ...

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THE WAR. SPECIAL CABLE SERVICE. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Evening. ALLIES STILL GAINING GROUND IN THE NORTH. VIOLENT FIGHTING FROM THE SEA TO ARMENTIERS. GERMANS MOVING EASTWARD. GERMAN HEADQUARTERS TRANSFERRED TO AALOST. BEYERS' REBELS DEFEATED. DE WET STILL ACTIVE. CAPTURE OF THE EMDEN CAUSES GREAT ENTHUSIASM IN LONDON. [PER REUTER.] PRETORIA, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 November 1914

SPECIAL CABLE SERVICE. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Evening. ALLIES STILL GAINING GROUND IN THE NOETH. VIOLENT FIGHTING PKOM THE SEA TO ARMEN TIERS. > ■■■ ' GERMANS MOVING EASTWARD. GERMAN HEADQUARTERS TRANSFERRED TO AALOST. BEYERS' REBELS DEFEATED. DE WET STILL ACTIVE. , ' CAPTURE OP THE EMDEN CAUSES GREAT EN ' THUSIASM IN LONDON. [PER R BITTER.] PliETOKfA, Tuesday; .?itVV~:/.^ItJB'6fficialIyirepori6&ilha$v,Uio^.Uflion!.-:;f6rqefl.; liaVe /leoisively.j^lefeatpd ■ Beyers' rebels at Ventriver.■; -Nino o£ the rebels 'were killed, eleven wounded and 36'1 were taken prisouer. Do Wot with 2,000 followers has dispersed a small Governmont commando near Wioburg. PARIS, Tuesday. A communique has been igsued stating that the Allies' and German forces are both attacking, and viojent fightiug is taking place from the sea to Ar mentiers. A vigorous German attack at South Ypres was defeated, and at tacks on tho British front were also repulsed. LONDON, Tuesday. Exciting scenes were witnessed i...

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PATRIOTIC SEWING GUILD. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 November 1914

r.VTHIOTrC SKW1XG GUILD. kerchiefs, and eld lir.en. ' f,i- - - I !, hi f'-i. ' " J m-n .j -'ij U. fa»a3-WiC^M ' / 1 «s:

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NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 November 1914

NOVEMBER. 1st 0 02ir.. '-'nil .. .. 014in. 3rJ .. .. .. 0 40in. Total .. .. .. 0 5tmi. [Total (or ^ear to data .. 1-i'lOin.]

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NAVAL ENGAGEMENT IN THE PACIFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 November 1914

NAVAL ENGAGEMENT IN THE PACIFIC!. Tho High Commissioner, in a mossago sent Irotn London on Saturday, states The Admindty has received trustworthy information' of iiri\"il-aCliun:'cir -tho' Chilian coast during November 1st. The ornisers Good Hopo (14,100 tons), Mon mouth (9.800 tons), and Glasgow (4,800 tuns), eume up with the enom.v vessels Scharnhorst (11,500 tons). Gneisenau (11,500 tons), Leipzig (3,950 tons), and Dresden (3,GOO tons). JJoth squadrons were steaming south in ft strong wind and a considerable sea. Tho Gern a i squadron declined action until sunset, when tho Iiu'ht gave it an important ad vantage. The action lasted an hour. Early in tho action the Good Hopo and Monmouth took flro, but fought on until nearly dark, when a serious explosion occurred on the Good Hope, which found ered. Tho Monmouth hauled off at-dark, making water badly. Sho appearod un ablo to steam away, and was accompanied by tho Glasgow, who had during the whole notion'fought tho Loipsig and tho Dr...

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THE RAINFALL. The following local gauge readings for the current year are supplied by Mr. Playle:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 November 1914

'3'J5 !•'. (CAIKI-WI,!.. ' The following ioc:',l jjuuse r^a'linjr? for th£. current war uru surjoiied bv Mr PLlvIa : — January Keiiruary March Aprit M.tf .1 une July August September Oetobcr 002m 2-m n 273in 2 63iu OOSin 0'4.!>in OSoin 013in

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EARLIER NEWS. THE END OF THE EMDEN. DESTROYED BY THE SYDNEY. Wedenesday Morning. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 November 1914

EARLIER NEWS. • THE END OF THE EMDEN. ^DESTROYED BY THE SYDNEY. Weilnefidnv Moraine. The Etnden destroyed the cubic station at Cocoa Islnnd. Meantime tho 'warship Sydney came up and an engagement en sued. The Emden was soon put out of actinn, took fire, then run ashore on North K?eh'ng Isluud and burnt. ..Tho Sydney. ' was scarcely touched;'but liad throe men kiiibd and 15 wounded. The German cruiser Konigsberg, imprisoned at Mafia, is also iu the Indian Ocean. PARIS, Monday. A communique reports that the Ger ' luuns again assumed tho offensive from Dixmudo to Ypres, but wero everywhere repulsed, the Aliios progressing at almost all points. between Diiinndo and Lya tlie Allies' progress was slow, owing to iho nature of the enemy's now offensive movements and the strength of their prepared de fences. Heavy fogs hampered operations, especially between Lys and tho Oise. The Allies maintained their progress on the 'Aisne, und German attacks against St. Marie distinctly failed. LONDON, M...

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THE INCOME TAX. THE CURRENT RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 November 1914

'B'lIE liVOO.UE TAX. THE CURRENT RATES. Personal From. Exertion. Property, livery £1 up to £f;0Q 3d ... (jd ! An exemption oi £200. is allowed. No person wlio^c income from personal exertion and properly did not exceed £200 shall he liable to tax. The rates for companies are Sd for life assurance companies and 7d for others. JLTiOO to £ 1,000 I £1,000 to £1,500 Over £1,500 v \ it 'nn 4J 5d tV, Si I 10d 12d

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THE YEARS' RECORDS. Following are the records of tho rainfall for 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912 and l913:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 November 1914

THE YEARS' RECORDS. Following are the records of tho rain fall for ISO".. 1900, 1907, 1908, lfl09, 1010, 1011, 1912 and l'.)13 cn-ro os-Go 16-tg 51 So re-oc S'0-io 88-05 03-fisi 01-08 1-8-5 c-r-i 18-B gc 5 510 11 0 il-l' go-o 3i-I •0.1(1 ci'o 05-{' GO-1 ism: 1u-0 oi-i ol-'l cm ti:-0 •aox ik 8 h'-i 01 -l 11-5 05-5 09-1 ir,-t or-8 GI--I •100 go-5 80-g fis-i ii' 5 00-1 oc-:; 85-1 i'm 0»5 00 3 to-3 r50 81-3 01' fi Z-'J t er-5 8(55 r-u-i ■"»v . 3f>-1 pi--s 81!,' m.m! 00-5 tl-t fii-r, it-fi oc-<; .vmr c6-0 01-8 0(5-5 0(1-7, li-b 8(5-f: oli-i <JVt' ei-'j ouiij' i-.LV 85 0 5G-o to 5 18 5 m 5 0(5-0 28-8 5i-r> auk' ifi 0 55-1 mi-0 ro-o efi-fi 81-1 01-5 ih-1 03-1 |i.idv 11-f ro-i 81-f '->!!■ 5 18'g r-8-0 TO-1 ri:-9 1(5-0 ■<"jvt so- r gc-t 10-1' 00-1 si-1 50-1' 00-3 ri-0 8V-i 09-5 ho 1g3 00-5 81-1 si-3 ofi-t ig-s •udf gi6i olct nei 0161 poor sogi £00t 0001 •jobt

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

Oh, merchant in this hour of oeo, If on this paper you should ccc, Ttiko out advice, and now bo yyy, Go straightway out and advertiii. You'll find the project of some uuu : Neglect caD offer do cxqq,l. Bo wise at once prolong your daaa, A. silent busines soon dkkk. Printed and published by A. T. JiAKTLETT, Sole Vroprietor, at the office, Hanson street, Corryong, iu the State of Victoria,

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 November 1914

si'oirrixa A'"'/ /•>'• Thn Alhury lv:u*in^ tspriu;.: nu'd* i:i^ utlvertisouuMit will In; ^.rn i-i-M-wln-i'i:. Ml" \V. E. J who has jll<L I'-'llIl ipiisht'd the pu.-ilion ol po<tma-tyr at W'an^aral (:i to I:i k»? up similar '111! it's at, Llie Stork K\Hiaif-»\ M«'M»o;mir, wiisiw.;; liiseil in his youn^T «l:Ly< tor his tfaN of cti'IurtLiKri.1 as a I<ui^ <li^twalk«'t' (-tay-» lli<* -Cluonick'").' In Jvsii .Mr l>avH waik»*«l amo^-> lh»: mountains troiu Unirn^ <lalt* to Woiion^a, a ilHtanrc of 'JIM niili-s, in days, ami In* sulltTt'il no incon wnicMice at the I'inl of that !oiijounwy. < 'n anot Iut. occasion ho walktnl iroiu < or ryoiiL; to .Mt„ ivosciusko, I'JI! n:iie-j in a i»*\v liays. Mr Havis was a t:i'kin 1 i*_*r of the Alpine I'arty t.hat- in l'SUO !iia«le tin' lir-M su<Ttrs*<tnl winter a-^vnt of the iluilato. (.In l hat. o.-'ca<i:»n tin.' I ...

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THE BENAMBRA STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 November 1914

Tin-: i:kn.\mi;i;a stakks. We liked your reference to the drought, Your sympathy w.i-i nicely shown ; The few remarks upon tin: war Were in ;i p:',trioLi«: tune. On Ponntry jnieresis you v/.iro s.mnd, Willi IJ. always, koads anil irrigation, Constructed from the u-ua! ioans !>y which you would avoid taxation. No rash rt'forrn^ fiund your support— All "pro^re^s"' should he sl«,w and stalely, Villi) 4tiii»: lime was ripe/' you know — Your views would piease the "Ar^u-,'' greatly. And it was ^ood to hear you on The Script urc taught "at moi Iter's knee." "Why introduce it mlo schools — Tin: old way's ;;ood enough for rue.'' I.ut when you opened 0:1 the "tore,'' 1 >enouneed "the Uini/' and all its ways — "Why should we fatten up 'lite l).».>ks' !" We ruolrM our eyes in iuan!: ama/.e. Shades of the I'.ist, ! Jt, was a treat To see you there without, a smil-'— Tin; eilfse of H jelling oil the nod1' — You handled it in proper style. Does "Kerry'' teach in Sunday school '' "Ally" i...

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NOT AN INTERESTING SIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 November 1914

KOT AH lNTEKESTiiNL. .^IGJITT I cannot conscientiously rcco.nmcn^ the catacombs as one of the most niter c<i.;.ng sights of Paris. After a few minutes in ;hcse subterranean passages curiosity finds iiself more than satisfied. It is one of those places where everyonj wishes to go and to which nobody wants ever to return. I certainly was glad to get out of them, to climb steps that seemed almost intsrminable, and finally find myself in they vivifying air, in the light of a sun that drove biclc, li!:e a bad or tiresome dream, the souvct.-ir of a most lugubrious excursion. Still there is as important reflection to be got out of thr walls and battlements of skulls and cross bones of this subterranean dead city Those grim visages of mortality sugges* to us what a momentary space is the lift or" man between (he eternity of the pa^; and of the future. Where are the spirits, the souls, that once animated all those millions of human beings ? Guess what you will and as long as you p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 November 1914

ALF. VKNNER, riiuniresscr, Corryon", wishes to notify tlin Kcni>rnl public thnt ho 1ms n liceneo to pell Poisons. Arsouic aud Strycbmno ou Imud. fiililic Nolit'o. 0 B E Y O'N G.-— r-*~ i ■ f.J! AYE pleasure in announcing the iflk opening of their - . ' ,£3000 worth of Drapery, Clothing, Man tles and Underclothing now to • / choose fro in. 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 £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. 'v We have a very big and ever changing assortment. Once a customer, always a customer, in this department. A full stock always on hand of / GROCERIES (we sell only the best brands). CROCKERY IRONMONGERY GLASSWARE ^ TIMBER DOORS SASHES ...

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THE TALLANGATTA TRAIN SERVICE. The following is the existing time table for trains leaving Tallangatta:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 November 1914

TIB E TA i'UAIS SKKVBCS-:. The following is the nxisting time tabic for trains leaving Tulliin^uttii :— Monday ... Tuesday... Wednesday Thursday Friday ... Saturday 10.15 a.m. 8.:*0 a.m. 10.45 a.111. 0.50 a.m. 10.15 a.m. (>.50 a.ni Rainfall.—15th, O'Olin. ; llith, O'lOin. Total for the month, 0*7Gin.

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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 — 19 November 1914

:V . THE YEARS' RECORDS. Following, are the records of the rain fall for 1905, 190G, 1907,- 1003, 1909, 1910,1911,-1912 nnd 1913 :— -0 XT'. or-G. A<'> 7 L Nu Su-OR S0-A5 «3-«Zi 05.88 Oi'OS V Ifi Z r-i ■!■ llv'J >■': 71 0 AA 0 T'A.f oo-s ski 'wa Ci'O ('■;••• i c,r,. i : I'.'-O OA' I oi-r. 9L-f 18-0 >oN H: i: f'■ i 01 ! l i " «!<'• 7, OS-1 Ao'l B8.fi CM r,vi r tit-!! K'J-1 ; ;■ 7. 'ID t o'j.:! es.i I'M' 08-S ')JoS 90 7, I'.i S'6-0 l-'i 7; !H G Z'J I 51-5 80:6 S£f.T -SUV 7\7r I fi b'[ {! I-.-.t: 1)0 Z U-I 8A-o 21-8 OL'-O A"f LT, 0 <j i -c Of. 7, lA-'J ftll-fl EO-1 Off. f. ZL-0 aimf i'A {' !:r. 0 7 Mi I!: Tj r. 00-0 08-C ZA« % I'J 0 i ('il)-l) r-iJ-O rs: i: !'A-I f r-o A8-I -09-1 UJ-JV F A f f;iM !:!•(• '.'-■0 AIM! Jfc-0 10-[ 88-9 Ati'O m«K f'.l-I (>'.*■ t AO- r I'll-1 vi I -(;•(• oo-s 8A-0 8M; 'qp^n O'J 7, VI 0 Aii 7 y;i (• Mil Ul-5 OL'-l ■|!N T8-5 '""f i.'ICt ENil Ufil UKU W01 80151 AOOl 0001 'ioat

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THE CUDGEWA DAIRY COMPANY LIMITED. DIRECTORS' MEETING. [SUPPLIED.] [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 November 1914

THK CII»KEW,t J>A2J£Y I'A.W B-! »IS E'!:s>. IUUi'XTOKS' .MKKI'IXC. [sri'rr.iHD.l The ordinary monthly mooting of directors of the above company wa; liehi at, tin; manager's oiUjo, Corrvoug, on Thursday last, when tho following mem bers were present, vi/.., Mt'j.irs .1. Mitchell (cli linnao), llmnetts, Harris, Hamilton. M'Kenziu and L'iayle and tho manager. An apology for absence 'was received from Mr K. J. Land. Minute.-* of previous mooting «voro read and con firmed. COF.KKS PONDUNCL*. I'Voin W. II. UlackJiam and Co., Mel* benny*""a-Udsm.; of MeUj'j.v.'Uo a-; :—I'-j'i e '..'L-s ;it 1/ per lb., and 212, -AS1 and 271 at 11;M.—LU ccivci. From same, alvi-dng that they ha.l in terviewed the Kailwiy Department re delay in delivery of butter b.^:es, and they had e:;p>ain..-d that the eati:;e wx-* the ex'.ra live stork rraliie. l-Yom Miiav/a D.i.ry Co.. n>king for support I*.)'* Mr K. C * - -: - c L\in-;i i -.\o for the council of rh'. !<ur'.or Ka-tor;•> As I'.v.t...

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 November 1914

TUNNIS. A Men's Doubles Tournament was com menced on Lhe Con-yon^ Cnurta on 4th November, and was concluded on lUh inal. The winning jwir was Thwaite.s ami LukiifH, who won every mateh they played. A lint, of iheir matches is iij>|>emleii : — Thwaiten and Lnkins ('Ju) beat Ko<jan and Laeey (rec. Hi), 51—HS ; heat iiut wt^leand Moeatta (owe 5), f»l—J4 ; heat NeUiereote and Kose (rec.. 5), 51—(0 ; heat Greenlisun and Hurkc (owe f>b .r>l—48 ; heat Knight and Mellher^ (rec. 18), 51—4!); beat \V. and 13. Whitehead (ree. 14), 51—ia.

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THE INCOME TAX. THE CURRENT RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 November 1914

the sweosss-; tax. Tin-: cui;::>:nt jiatks. !*_■! From i'rup.-rty. K.vr,- fi :i]> in cr.oo :M ... i;a to CI.1,1 "I -I'i ... Nil Ci,i"J'> In 'J 1,."Hill "»1 ... lliil (>vi-r Cd ... 1-_M An ext-mplinu <;!* CJOO i- alf'uvril. N.» person iiii-.uin' ln>:u pi'ismm,-, cxi-rtiuii :um! piop-rty tii<i m»t tj.vcivl y«v.:Y i'.:i■. v •>, u,m : IViii; ->i ;i"'i i«i-.l-i:■ r. JlAKTfiiinv Suli* Proprietor, at the nltK-e, llunmm Corryonj:, U\ the State ol Victoria^

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