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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. SATURDAY, 14TH NOVEMBER. [Before Messrs D. J. Cronin and J. Humphrey, Js.P.] CASE UNDER FENCES ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 November 1914

COUIg'l', OS' PETTI' S&SS10K&, Saturday, 14tii Xcvkmrkr. [Before Messrs IX J. Crotiin r*ud J. Humphrey, Js.P.] cask un dep. t'KNCrS act. John Turner v. I.-ubeila L. Wilson. —Claim for £10/12/9, under an order made by tile Corryon^ Court of Petty Sessions on 1st Mar-h, 15)13. .Mi' IIool anpi'-i.rt>''l for complainant, am! Mi- Dal^ety for defendant. As thu cis'O necessitate^ the presence of i1 Police Magistrate tho court i 11d no jtii-i.-iiiciioii. .Mr Ho,i.l .=>ii,l Ue bail ovurl'iokyil tho fact thas t.tie P.M. would not bo present.—Struck out. VACCINATION' CASK. Constable 'i.irry v. I''. \V. tiuitft.— DwfoTlatit was chiiru'mi with ::e<;lect ini; to havo his child vicr-i:i i!'-l!. Tho c.iso was undefended.— Fined 20/, in default distress. Tr.LWNCY c\sr.. Senior constable .Moore v. M. f.jri nane.—JA-iendant was olnryeii with m^lfcting to >vwl his eiriM t-<> school. Tb,' cad i was undefended.—Fined 2/;. in default distress. CJI'.KtF.i' ...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 November 1914

Ti3 j; USA B:\FA l-I. In view of thu prusont pastoral outlook th<> following comparison uf tlio months' ruin full in this your ami 1002 (lIio year of tin; bi|; drought) is interesting ' Month. J 1902. 101-1. .IlllllKll'v 1-85 J o;i J^iibrnnry 000 002 M:i!ch 1-00 298 April 005 2-7:j May Nil. 2-i;:i J lino 0-20 o-'JH July O'OO i-aci August 0-55 Septouibor l-g'2 0-815 October 1-07 0 13 November 0'27 Decembur 281 16(50 ..! iy-75

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STATISTICAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 November 1914

.va\4 '*• S N'S- S <: A 8. M1.71.13.4 SI Till! lollmvini: !i})|>rt):;iiii:\tLk purtiruhirs ,/f flu-,•<;i;i*I pnMlncn.jjj of tin- s:x 1**nri11 I\vav:s iiu.i Au-tnlii will Ik' ioinul intiTcMiu:.' l'u" ptli pt.si'.s of coiujjuiisun. Tlio an air ^iwu in ili.HJ.-ilUils of S(]ll:ll i' Uiik's. l.l (lie uthtT fnlmun.". tin* nuinht.-r.s ;uv millions, ami ivptvsi Jit ill.- lull •! founi in >'!)<•{; uti'I tn• - iih/nc!.! ;vic!ii-> of in jr. of i:\ tons. £ f :r *r h. 5 ;■ '•j ;• F A 1 • .. I \ •J>7 ■\ I < i1} i iT Ivp. .. ('«•> .*.1 1 . V ! Hursts •_> ' ; ;; i ;; i j LV.ui:*. . » VJ '.!0 1-1 h> t; 1 1 Sli -p. :;o 7 \ I n! \} Wiu;;i. .. ■ »;; ;.:i> f I'M' ■: (. •j''i j 7; .. hY2 ;■<;<) 7«■' i 11 Kuky. .. MO i? i :o i IT VoUuocs. 7 '/A 12 1*3 21 \

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CORRYONG PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 November 1914

«M>;£ISVOiS'(> t' VJ'lSJOi'SC FI Amount- previously :ic kr.osvleil^tvl ... .£204 7 2

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MULTUM IN NUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 November 1914

it! J13,'!i'S) U 1,-'. Mr Kohiu iuimnuu-es liis dales else where. 1'ionii; and sports meeting at Cud^ewa 011 December liSth. Concert and .supper at (.'mijjewa on J.it December. S,"J advt. Adjourned annual meetings of Dairy Co. und .Mill Co. cm Saturday,-iStli innl. Mr J. \V. Iieukie will address the uler tors at Cildgewa at three ]1.111., ami at Corryoug at ei^lit p.m. on i-'lst in-;t. After delivering a .-H'-athiu;; judgment in the case ajjaiii-a the No.'luern Miners Federation and the oiiieials oi that Imdy for having aided ;i strike of miners, Mr Justice Heydun imposed penalties totalling Mrs Plynn, mother of tin; Kev. Dr. ! Kiynn, ji.irisli piiest, Wodwn^a, died at j her resilience, Ktmure, on SiU i:isi., at the 1 aire of SU years. Dr. Klynn received news of his mother's critical condition in time to l;o present at her death. Tin: friends of Mr C. J. Ahert:, at Wan^aratta. were desirous of entertaining presentin^ him with a ^ilt in tlmmw. nilion of the services rendered tin* Inu...

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ADDITIONAL SUBSCRIPTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 November 1914

ADDITIONAL SUBSCRIPTIONS. Mi.« Accrue ... X'l 0 0 i-205- 7 »

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HOW TO VOTE. OFFICIAL EXPLANATION. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 November 1914

now -co vt>'a't:. OF no IA I. KX ['LA n atiox. It has been officially explained tlmt in recording their votc-s under tlie preferential system electors should nmit-rstunit that, they tire required to place the figure 1 opposite tilts name of tho candidate for whom they vote as their first preference, mid give contingent votes for nil tho re maining candidates by placing the figures 2, o, '1, and so Oil opposite their names, so as to indicate bv such milui-ric:lI se quence tho order of his preference. Hal- J lot papers marked with a cross, or which have names struck out, will be informal. With respect to voting by po-,t, electors who reside at least live miles from the j nearest polling place at which they are en tilled to vote, or who on the polling day, during the hours of polling, will not ho within livo miles of the nearest polling place at which they aro entitled to vule, or who on account of ill-health or in firmity will be prevented from voting per sonally, may before the '2...

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PATRIOTIC SEWING GUILD. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 November 1914

FATIilOTI'J SEWiNG GUILD. Tup sccret'iry i«:kiiowlc\^os ilie. fo!> lowing donations :—Two puir of uinler p.-ints, from Mr:; V.'hit"Light house" ; two pieces l!.i:melet:e, fro:;) Mrs Crnnin. This v.-eok'.s pu'co! contained nine pairs ilnnne! underpants, four shirts mui live handkerchief. A violent hailstorm is rep irted tn 'm oeeuvved ul 1 '> il , > > '.V . v. ..... > ir.'l..' ivM.e '■ V i-.K imji.ise.ied uuli! I Ho rUin;; oUUe cou» v aUo ordered to p.iy -i/ti costs. ■ -» iie 'i.ul i.'.'i :• I e .ii. Me ,0.

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THE BENAMBRA ELECTION. MR J. V. PETERSEN AT CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 November 1914

•a*ssk aicam.ukiia hmjctio;*. am.r. v. i'htkkskn at nuikvosc. Mr.!. V. Petersen, who is .standing as one oft lie candidates in tin; Liberal in terest fur tin: licnainhra scat at l,'ie h"''1' coming Slate elections, addressed Ilu; elec tors in the Athemcum Hall, Corryong, »<> | Friday evening. Mr I). J. Cronin, •'-' •» i occupied Llic chair, and tlieie was a 'air attendance, ineluiiing several ladies. Mr Peteieeu said lie regretted that lie was not ruining forward at a brighter period. However lie hoped that the drought would soon he over, and that Great Britain and her Allies would be vic torious in the war. The Australian muj had done good work in the capture of t lie Jimdeii, and he felt sure the continents would also render a good account of them selves. In explanation of his candidature, lie said that there was a certain amount of dissatisfaction with the present conditions. }*'ot over 20 years the district lv.\d had non local representation. He could not claim to ...

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

i'liblic iVotictis. "The Corryong Courier." NOTICE.. TN consequence of the conditions im posrd In- tin' Country Printers' Wagus lio>irii—tiro miK'Hucd nwiird of which came into operation on 27tli October—we are compelled to frame several new re-;ur lation* in ii'^'iiril to Advertisements and Correspondence intended for insertion in the Courier. Notice is hereby veil that these rules will be adhered to strictly. Advertisements. — All new advertise ments irnifit be in l.-.inil hy 4' p.m. oa Wednesdays. Changes ot 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 fi p.m. on Tuesdays, other-. ' wise insoriion cannot be guaranteed. Accounts,:—Orders rnnst be paid in. advanco, unless tlio person ordering; has an account at this oilico. <, A. T. BAETLETT, Proprietor. ALF. VEHNSR, „ HAIRDRESSER & TOBACgiNIST, - Cooxt House Hotei., G6iir.yoNO. My prices are :— Hnircuttin...

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THE RAINFALL. The following local gauge readings for the current year are supplied by Mr Piayle:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 November 1914

' 1'U'B.IUIilPAU Tfie following local fiausje readings for tho current year are supplied by Mr'Piuylo January February March . April ■ May June July August : September October 1-fiilin. 002in. 2-fl.iin. 2*03iri. 0 98in. 1'3'iih. o-laiii. OS.nn. o-iaiii.

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

•NOVEMBER 3st . • .. ,0 02m. 'Jn'' : .. 0-1 Jin. 3rd O-40in. Total ■ ' .. .. OSUiu. [Total for year to date ... 14-lOin.]

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

Public Notice. rpHE Place to Go is J. CAMPBELL'S STORE, ancl you will see all the Newest and most up-to-date Drapery Goods ever landed in the district for the ^-.v-^SpjaiNG and Summer.. 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 of 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. ® ® ® ®. ® LADIES' UNDERCLOTHING. — This Department is well stocked with s...

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

I*is!»lic So!icc<i. COKRYONG. K. B. KNIGHT nntlGos thaVlio-'ha-s'tgUlm' oVor 'chn nbove■ i lx-tto^vn vb^ijtrict attention .to therrqmreiiieiittf of patron* an<l looping only the" bc.st brumls of llquorB to merit a coutinnancu of the support neeonlcil his predecessor, friuuolass Billiard Table, marker in nite'mluuee. Every attention paid to requirements ol Tourists and Travellers. GOOD GRAZING PADDOCKS & STABLING. •Stopping.place for', crawford &' CO.'S COACHES, which leave this hotel daily (Sundays excepted) . for Tallan»atta. ■••''" . S S B. E. HIL L, PROPRIETRESS. ; HE ABOVE well knoyn honse oi accommodation has boon renovated through ont, niiil patrons may rely upon their requirements ronoivinif every attention. Iloasontible tRiitl'. Two tallies. Piano. Until. Good-. Stabling. . Well Equippkd Billiard Room. Efficient Maukrr. Tintaldra Hotel. F. P. Lucas, Licensee. First-class Accommodation for Travellers. ■rB«!Std»rnn<J5jtfiWiiie^j...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE WHITE AUSTRALIA POLICY. To THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 November 1914

c <> s: is tc s j »<> 2-; sue. [\\t> «lo iif»t uoross vrily iik'iitify ourwlvo* will) lh:' opinions expressed by our curres pL>fl«loi» t-M. THE WHITK Al'STKALIA I'OLICY. to titc r.Drr.u: ok tin-: eotn:ii:r.. Sim, — Willi iv^anl to this Km*o punn Wiiv tliurn i-; on»* tiling >i:urU oul phimini-ntlv, ;ui«l [!iuL is tin?, i; i< 1,-^r. <<i I ii;ivo tin; Ma?!; your frktmls th in Vonr niL'tni":-. The White An.-t ralia policy win have to In- m»ler;Ued. \\Y will n<H ii«' ;iWtf to u-l Lilt; ijo^ in the manner s'.yJe with tin.' Xorth of Australia. There h a Mi/hty dirfereru-e I».'tween v*-l In dians and Afriean savaL,"'S such as wore taken t«» America as slavey. The Indian , philosopher is ;i match 1:1 pUiio-.'>piiy f<T J t he senior wranglers of the ICr*.nILs!i nr,i* : ver-dties, hi) 1 have read. There is am.: her matter loo thai will require the thou -tI-' <■>; j the Ilrilish nation, ...

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THE Curryong Courier. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 November 1914

(Ennnmim (lrnm:ieLu. THURSDAY, XoVX.VBbJit 19, mi. For thn ean.-'C tlint Juuks For the wrongs Llmt nvii;l rv.y ~i v>ioi, l-'or the ftuuri.' in tiit; it <».. ,x, And tn«' >;tin 1 th.it w • u.iri >t >. Tiie total number of men now employed upon tiie Tallangatta Cudgewa railway line exceeds 1,000, which, we understand, is the largest gang that has ever worked upon one section of rail way construction in this stale. The work is proceeding rapidlv, and the foremost division is already approaching Berringama. When I once the difficult -Koetong country is traversed, the completion of the line will not take long, and as the industrial depression consequent upon the war will probably last for some time the Government may have to find other work for these men. As a reproductive proposi tion the extension ot this line into the Upper Murray proper has great possibilities, and a Govern ment which claims to be out tor development can hardlv owdsv.k ! them ii the\ are brough...

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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 — 19 November 1914

•c!a a: s 513:-.'r at c-: \ s> t; at v. Mr A. (VLeary, receiver ami pay master. supplies us willi tile to!lowiu» list, for public information :— Account:: rriviD'.-nt — C. A;-j>V!on, \V. !!. i;r;, a;:(, a. ICnever, K A. ll;:rr:.s K. !i:;;hs. J. Lord, A. i\I;ii!li'i'h, A. J. y, Iiitvri-', A. l'l,-i\ic, J. C. A. Seluieidei', J. Tobin. I.iecnces lor Delivery.—W. H. Fiiul lay. C. hand, K. de Faro. l.c"\=o f t K.woulion.—R. H. Croxlon. Leased lor Delivery. — Ct l .'jnl, J. Honin, K. Jeilcelt, Jr , J. Jl. E. Kendall, J. C. Smiili. Crown Grants for .Delivery.—L. Mon criotT. li. Smith, J. Shields, C. Jl'Giaih, j. S-.van.

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BENAMBRA (7,224 Electors). The nominations for the Benambra seat are as follow:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 November 1914

BENAMBKA (7,22-1 Electors). Tho noniinntiona for tlio Bonambra scat are us follow :— *John AVilliiiui Lcckie (M.). .Tor^'cn Vincent Potorson (I.Lib.). .Tolin Robert Hobs (Lab.). Retiring member. Unreserved clearing sale at Burrowye Estate on Wednesday, 2nd December. See advt.

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HOW A DIVER WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 November 1914

HOW A DIVER WORKS. The recent recovery of sovereign' ty a diver from the wrecked steamer Sllngainltp, wliicli was lost off the Mew Zealand coast in the year 190U, amy rentier the following Account of 3o\v a "diver works -Interesting: — The dangers to be faced and tlie iangers to bo encountered by the aver igc diver render it b. ty no means : ivercrowded profession, although they lo much to maintain a steady market jf supply and'.-demand, liut, however serious the dllllcultlos met with in his 3aily work, the diver is not a man to talk about them.'. Day after day he '.oils,'and only at rare intervals do the records of his deeds of heroism or fights with the .sea and its inhabi tants meet the public eye. A long ap prenticeship Is needed for the work,, together with much knowledge o£ tlifi bottom of the sea and the currents ex isting around thu iwsts. When the Jlver has passed from, the period ol learning to that of actual work, Jm finds this knowledge of; the action cw the water,, its ...

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RETURNED UNOPPOSED. MINISTERIALISTS(7). [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 November 1914

RETURNED UNOPPOSED. MiJistehialists (7). II. Aliens tGnnbo'.ver). W. Hutchinson, Minister of Agriculture (Boning). \V. H. Keast (Dmulenong). T. Livingston, Minister of Education (Gippsland .South). J. K. Mnckey (Gipp.siand West). .Tas. Menzica (Lmvnn). 8ir A. J. I'eaeock, Premier (Allendale). Lahok (9). J. AV. Billson (Fitxro.y). G. Hlmsliu, Leader of Opposition (Al bert Park). M. Hannah (Collingwood). J. Leimuon (Williauistowii). . W. Plain (Giinloiig). G. Siingstor (Port Melbourne). K. Solly (Carlton). (i. Webber (Abbotsford). E. C. Warde (Flemin'jton).

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