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IT COUNTED. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 November 1914

IT COUNTED. 4 I d like you :n cjuio over ts) thn'j nth ir.o," u::ij r» c.l:i\to ft pjlino-wurj sn Napoleon Sti'i cl auay (,r two " Whit fur?" " Tile wu.uiui hor^i.t a t:hn:k of iur cn the instalment plan, Mie c:; 1 i owes i iluU., and wiil neither j>r»y nor pve up tin a)o'.v>.;." l;at why don't you i; ;he court!" *1') have to, perhaps, hut *k thought I'J lual'e ona woie 1 >aa to and in front of tiu» iiotwa for the mora* eflcct it will have on hor " Thf yiVicer vom ft-itu hiiu and assumed a sort of heroic pose at the yutc, while ibe canvasser went to th« sidu door. It was promptiy opened at' hit knock, r.nd mill more prompllv a pail ol ivater deluded liiin from head to foot and fart him out of the yard. "Well, the moral e licet- of my presence didn't seem to count," remarked the oHiccr. " Lut you bet it did I' 1 ►wped the other a-; he ."hook him«el.\ " She nad a hoc-handle, two doi;--. a xr.zor, nntf :ser two hi« boy:? in thi're, and if you hauii') obon hero tfheve'd I bo ab...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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SUDDEN DEATH AT BERRINGAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 November 1914

SUDDEN DEATH AT BERRINGAMA. An old lady named .Mrs Elizabeth Laity, died suddenly on Tuesday morn ing. The deceased was nn a visit to her brother, 'Mr K. doiicott, and hud been at Berrincjainn since .March last. She appeared to be in h.:-r usual health 0:1 the previous day, ami her death caused a great shock to her relative?. Under th.' circumstances, which were inquired in'.o bv Cmsrable Hibberd, an inquest was not deemed necessary, and an order for Iwi U was given hv the Deputy Cironor (Mr ^Acocks). Th(i (k-Ccii-'ed lady wis veirs of asje, and the enlist.! oi dtjaili w:is heart failure.

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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PATRIOTIC SEWING GUILD. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 November 1914

PATRIOTIC SEWING GUILD. Tho aoureliiry desires to acknowledge tho following donations :—Four tlunncl shirts. from Mrs .1. Waters, "Kalvyn" ; Mrs Peat, one towel. This week's parcel contains ni«»ht iLm net shirts, four pairs underpants, two cholera belts, one to'.wl, and old linen. Tho soereUry desires to intiun'o that there will b« nu uicotin^ nf tli>? guild tu (iuy oil uceumit of tho election.-;. Mrn 1!. Kniuht mill .Mis.-; Dii fton an? disposing: of u bride doll in aid of tho "l»'d^i;ui U.ibies," by nitons of a Ljuessin^ competition. Tin; doll liny ho soon in Mr A. l'Uiyle's window. Guesses uru Gd each.

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DEATH OF MR H. GILBERT. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 November 1914

l)I-:.Vni 01- Mi; U. GILBERT. "We regret to report the death at Huron mi Monday of Jlr Harold Gil hurt, proprietor of the "Huron Ga zette." An attack of acute pnen!noni;:. was the cause, after an illness of about ten days. .Mr Gilbert, who was forty years of age, was at oik; time nil the staff of tilt- "Corrvong Conner," ami renewed his acquaintance with this district about twelve months ago, when he spent a month in Corrvon^. I[e was held in high esteem by his brothers of the provincial press, and his minv good qualities made him a general favorite. His friends in t'orryong will join us in extending deep svmpathv to his widow and family iu their sad bereavement.

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CORRYONG PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 November 1914

s»va'icaoTJc i-'tlXZ). Amount previously hc kuuwled^ed ... i.!*2Q5 7 2 AUDITIOXAT, .SUBSCRIPTIONS, from s:ilo of liorac, donated by Mr and Mr J T. 15. Waters. ... £9 0 0

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UPPER THOUGLA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 November 1914

iri»i*E:e tu<)3h;u. from on: owx c o k k k s ron i > k x t . During the storm which passed over this district on Tuesday afternoon a cloud-burst occurred oil the hills at {he hack of Mr 1\ ScammeU's tarin. The water came down in a wall five feet earning loi^s and dehiis in front of it, and crossing the main road, spread over the flats to the creek. The storm was preceded by a very high wind which uprojtcd trees and tore off branches, rendering the road between Mr Scani mell's and the Kangaroo Creek almost impassable for vehicles. This is beini; attended to by the roadmen. In tho Oookii* court, .John He;Uy, a mniier, uf Co^rovc, wjw ihu-.l i>0/, 'with £:?/10/6 <inst?, lor having obstruct^ men who hurl been put uu hU properly by tiu> rabbit inspector.

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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MULTUM IN NUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 November 1914

nnn/fj'.'i urt State Parliamentary Elections to-day. ■ foiling I (lis open from S a.m. til 7 p.m. .1..). Phelps ami Co. invite lenders for tirewood. See ailvt. Tenders invited ior new school at Walwa. .See Ooveniincnt ailvi. Adjourned annual meetings of Dairy Co. anil iMill Co. on Satiuilay. Don't forget to see "Our Regiment" on December 1 'J111. See advt. Unreserved clearing sale at llurrowye next Wednesday. See advt. A young man was killed l>y the explosion of a sodawater fountain at, Chelsea on Sunday. • . • The programme of the Corryong Pony races, to lie held on Hosing'.Day,, appears elsewhere. ' ; J. J, Phelps and Co. annonnce elsewhere that they will shortly be resuming their bread baking business. ' ' - Less than 4,0011,000 bushels of wheat is expected by. tile Railway Commissioners to represent the Victorian harvest of 1914-15.. Military transport motors, 1-10 in num ber, to serve the Australian Expeditionary Forces, were reviewed in Melbourne on Saturday by Sir Arthur S...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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THE WAR. NO CHANGE IN POSITION. STRENUOUS FIGHTING IN FRANCE AND BELGIUM. KAISER'S ORDER: "ON TO CALAIS." WINTER CONDITIONS HAMPER MOVEMENT. RUSSIANS ADVANCE ON CRACOW. AMERICA INVESTIGATING ACTIONS OF GERMAN PACIFIC FLEET. ITALIAN NAVAL VOTE. GERMAN SUBMARINE ON SCOTTISH COAST. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 November 1914

NO CHANGE IN POSITION. STRENUOUS FIGHTING IN FRANCE AND BELGIUM. KAISER'S ORDER : "ON TO CALAIS." WINTER CONDITIONS HAMPER MOVEMENT. RUSSIANS ADVANCE ON CRACOW. AMERICA, INVESTIGATING ACTIONS OF GERMAN PACIFIC FLEET. ' - ITALIAN NAVAL VOTE. GERMAN SUBMARINE ON SCOTTISH1 COAST. Very heavy fighting is taking place in Northern France and Belgium. Heavy falls of snow are hampering tho movement of the troops, and making entrenchment fighting difficult. The Kaiser has reiterated his order : "On to Calais" ; but the Allies have inflicted heavy losses.upon the Germans dur . ing the last few days. ^ Turkish troops have massacred a number .of. . Christians at IJrebizond, iu ■ A?ia Minor. ' .• , • -• • ' — > An Austrian monitor has been mined and sunk in the /\drill';,c Sea. The Italian Tarliament has voted a large sum of money for increases in the navy. The Union Government has inflicted decisive defeats upou Dis VVet itr the Vaal River District, and 100 rebels have since surrendered. The ...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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THE UPPER MURRAY RAILWAY. EXTENSION INTO CORRYONG VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 November 1914

TIIII ill'l'SHE 3H!i!l£AV i:,vn.WAV. EXTENSION I N:T() COUItYONCi VALLEY. A public meeting was held in the Atheiuuum IIull, Corryong, on Monday evening, to consider thy advisability of agitating for tin: extrusion into the Corryong Valley of the Tallangatta Cndgewa railway (now in course of construction). There wan a, large at tendance, and Mr Harris occupied the chair. The meeting was unanim ous on the matter, and it wad decided to form a league to work for the de sired olid, The membership feu was fixed at o/. Mr A. llani.-; was ap pointed president and Mr T. llroivn honorary secretary. The following executive was appointed, viz., Messrs A. Pluylp, II. Harris, A. Acncks, W. Hamilton, A. Jiartiett, J. ■ Campbell, 0. Davis, T. Greenhill, K. 'M'Keiir.ie, A. •!. Entwisle and T. Lukins, The executive will meet on Monday even ing. [A more extended reference will be made to this matter in next i.s&iie.]

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CORRESPONDENCE. EAST AND WEST. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 November 1914

COEtltESPOtfDH^CE. [We <lo not uereHgiirily identify ourselves with tlie. opinions expressed l>y our corres , nuudeiits.] EAST AND WKS1V TO THE EDITOR .OP THE COURIER, DeauSik,—The Hritish nation 'is like any' other nation—it learna from bitter experience, which it puts to its aiivant ■ ace.". A "00il ileal of ilark blood is already ill the .English races. Color is only skin deep and brought about by the tropical climates, otherwise the bible mm The veneer upon Che Eastern mind is as deep ■ rooted as upon-tlie Western miml.' In . fact, we owe our i elision to the Eastern minds. The same doctrines Christ preached were known by the Indians years before Christ. The temples are wonderful in India. Who has not read and seen pic tures ofOrientai grandeur J The Indian durbars are wonderful sights. The dif , ferent castes, alone1 prevent the Indian ^'Euipire%'e'coiriihg great^liiit~tli(! different castes are coming inore in contact through using tlie railway trains. How can an...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 November 1914

SPOUTIXCb A'OTKS. New South Willys beat Victoria in the interstate lawn tennis match on Saturday. A tilly hy Perambulator from l»rown JJcss, from the Upper .Murray, purchased at the recent sales in Melbourne, will shorily be put into work at Flemin^ton. Tartan, a noted racehorse, dropped dead last week at a Sydney stud. Tartan won I 'A races ou the turf and earned £(JuD7 in stakes lie won the Sydney Cup in 11)05, and in the following year the Australian Cup. He ran third to lllue Spec in the Melbourne Cup in l'JU5. An agreement ha* been registered by which .Jack Johnson is to box Ties* Wjllard for the heavyweight championship any where, between March ISth and 30th. .Johnson is to receive :10,()0U dollars (£0000) and H)U0 dollars (CJOD) for expenses, with ,50 per ceut. of the picture right*.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 November 1914

Public Notice. Where to Go, and What you will See ! rpHE Place to Go is J. CAMPBELL'S 1 STOKE, and yon will see all the Newest and most up-to-date Drapery Goods ever landed in the district for the Spring aInd'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, CUR0C0AS, and SUN HATS in the newest shapes. Values—the Best. LADIES' UNDERCLOTHING. — This Department is well stocked with some very ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 November 1914

I'dOUc S'oiiccs. COgMONfi._ E, E. KNIGHT •pfEREBY notifies r.hsu ho h:ia taken over the nb.ive well known hnt.ol, an-1 hope4* by strict attention to thr rivjnircmnws of pntronn nn:l keeping only tbo best brands of liquors to merit a continiMiirc of i ho support uccnrJeil hi.-* proil-cesrmr. Firbt-clnaa HilHnnl Table, nmrker in nUftnrtnncp. Every attention paid to requirements 6\ Tourists and Travellers. GOOD GRAZING PADpOCKS S STABLING. Stopping place for CRAWFORD & CO.'S COACHES, which leave this hotel daiiy (Sundays, excepted) for Tallangatta. . . PROPRIETRESS. THE ABOVE well known hun*w oi nceoumioihuion haa boon rtmaviUori thronah out, not! ptifrnns inuy rol.y upon tlmir rpqniroinonr.s rocoiyioi; every uLtontion. llrtftaotmble tariff. Two tnbh*s. .Piano. Until. Good Stabling.. \Vkle Equii'pkd Billiauu Room. Efficient Makkur* Tintaldra Hotel. f. P. Lucas, licence. Pirst-class AecSmmoilat'on for Traveller." Beet hrnmls of Winos r.nd Spirits kept. .. jjoivl padiliioics mvl ...

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OBITURARY. DEATH OF MRS BRANIFF, SEN. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 November 1914

OB!T!HKV. DEATH OF MRS BRAN IFF, SEN: The many frieuds of Mr AYillian* : Braniff, of Thonyla Creek, will' be sorry to hear that he has suffered' bereavement by the death of his mother, which occurred at Beoalla oq Siinday last. The deceased huiy, who was of advanced a«e, was well known in the Tumbarambj, and Jingellic districts.

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THE Corugang Courier. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 November 1914

THK (ji o vim nun a' o muau. THURSDAY, NUVJSMBKli 30, V>14. i*'nr t!io o.uis«j tiuit lacha , lor t)io wroityit shut netd re^U.uv. l-.-r Hit* iu'.'iu' hi ti»*J 'l' »o, .-V.ul the uoutl sti.it \v-i cm »l >• The people of Benambra have to-day to select their representative in the Legislative Assembly. Three candidates are offering, and all have laid their views before', the electors. Mr J. W. Leckie, the retiring member is the Ministerial candidate, and his right to' the seat is being challenged by Mr J. V. Petersen, who is also standing in the Liberal interest, and Mr J. E. Ross, the selected Labor nomi nee. At the by-election in Decem ber last Mr Leckie was returned by a majority of 433 over the Labor candidate (Mr A, Wright), bat the large increase in the Labor vote, due to the number of men employed on the Koetong railway line, makes the issue difficult to torecast. It is doubtful, however, if Mr Ross will make the same appeal to a country constituency as Mr Wright did. He is...

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THE INCOME TAX. THE CURRENT RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 November 1914

'S'53 3: lyvozir. TAX. TUB CURllENT KATES. I'LTsnntil From. Kxertion. Property. Kvorr £1 lip to£500 3d ... . fxi £5no"tu £1,(100 4(1 ... Si I £1,000 (n £1,500 , 5(1 ... lod Over £l„r>00 lid ... lad An exemption of £200 is allowed. No person whose income from personal exertion and property did not exceed £:>(J0 shall lie lialile to tax. The rates for companies are Stl for life assurance companies ami 7d for others. Oh, merchant in this hour of uec, Tf 011 this paper you should ceo, T'.ike unr p.dvici;, and mow he yvv, Go straightway out ami udwrtiii. You'll find the project of ;:on>e nun Neglect cnii offer no exqqq. Bo wisp lit onco prolong your (lnan, A silent hnsinos soon dkkk. 1'rinttiil mill published by A. T. UARTLETT, Sole 1'ropriotor, nt the ofiice, H.-uison street, Corryong, in the State of Victoria.

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CUDGEWA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 November 1914

CU»«GWA. FKOM -A CORHESPONDENT. The death of Field Marshal Lord Roberts was the subject of a special lesson by Mr Baker, head teacher, at the local school on Thursday forenoon last, tho day of the great general's funeral. Mi- Baker touched oil the grand work of LorJ Roberts' life, his personal character endearing him to military and private friends, and closed with reference to his'death at the head quarters of his army on foreign soil. The Union Jack was ilon'u at half mast until after mill <Hy, At the close of lodge business at the I.O K. Tunc on Saturday night last, the doon were opened tu the general pilb.ic to attend a lecture by Mr 11. N'aukervis 0.1 his recent trip to England. l'lieie was a large attendance of ladies and gentlemen, ami a very interesting and : instructive address was given. Mr N'aii kervis carried his audience, in t;.e realms of fancy, t.i the various ports of call from IJ<>rt Melbourne to Tilbury Docks—pointing out interesting items....

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THE YEARS' RECORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 November 1914

THIO l'EAU.S' riKCOUDS. Foliowir.q lire the rsconis of the ruin fall I'cr 11105. HliiC, l;H)7, 2903, I'JOO, 1910.'I9II. I'JI-2 mnl lyiJ <n Ro OS.OS iG IC e-i-so so-or so-ic r-s■«", Ol-b:: OA-OP. l So ?M TR-2 05 o r-i o 11 0 ii.T< i:0-6 oi'i! '■■\'t ti'O OS-f* 00-1 IE-C! I'.'-O Oi-l OA-:: '.'it ll:-0 n; r; TO i OM If'-'o or-r, f'.S'- 1 17-A liM •;n0 o(j r RS-fi ft'J-l 11' Z '.Ml i (i'.'-f! US-1 f-l 1 jis-n ■lJ.it; 90 5 lor, Rfi-0 hi'5 !M- y ■(■•J 1 SI-7, t-'H-o r-«j-1 •iill V Ij?!- T pi-'j HM! on r U I V.L-T, i s: ( ■M'.'C '-•(I 0 Ol-tt cor, 0'.l-5 U-'J <■.()• i <;'.■■(■ SA-'J OUU j' I'i V i'Z 0 ro-o CO u: 5 !:(' r. '.Hi-O oi: Si-C 1'J 0 llll-O RO-O r-i:-!! !::■! 9l-o W-l 09-1 II.'aIv fi-V W). i ;; i i V'J o is-'-O 191 8::;) AO-I) <J!M O'J. i 10-V flO-I Zl i fill' oo-r, hi-0 ft:-1 'M'VI 0!) r, I'I 0 £0 5 90 Z Kl-I '■IS 08-t ■1!M !!(•& *u>4* Pi oi 5101 not OIGI GUGl SOOT tool 0001 VOOI

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RETURNED UNOPPOSED. MINISTERIALISTS (7). [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 November 1914

RETURNED UNOPPOSED. Ministerialists (7). H.,An<>na (Gimbciwer). "\V. HutoliiiiHon, Minister o&Agricultnro (Borung). • \V. S. Kanst (Diindenong). T. Livingston, Minister of Education (Gippslnnd South). . J. 13. Mnckey (Gippuland West). Jus. Manzies (Ii.)wau). Sic A. J. "Pencock, I'reinior (Allendale). Labor (9). ' '■ <T. W. Billsan (I'itzroy).'• G. Elmslie, Lender of Opposition (Al bert Park). , • M. Hannah (C.illingwood). J. Lomrnon (Williamstown). W.-Pliiia (Geelorig). G. Sangster (Port Melbourne). K. Solly (Cirltoti). G. Webber (Abbotiford). 13. 0. Wardo (Flemiiiijton).

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VICTORIA COTTAGE. The committee of the above wish to acknowledge receipt of the following donations:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 November 1914

vicro3H.ii The committee of tho nhsvo wish to | acknowledge receipt of the following i doimtioim :— : Eygs.—Mrs C. Waters-, Mm Chitty, Mrs Payne, MrsJJrown, MrsTaj'lor (Cudguwu Bluff), Mrs John Whitehead, Mra A. Harris, Mrs T. 14. Waters son., Mrs U. Inglis. Old Linen. — Mrs Tu.vlor (Cnd^ewa Bluff"), Mrs John Whitehead, Mia C. Findlav, Mrs T. 15. Waters sen. Butter.—Mrs Acocks, Mrs A. Harris, Mrs T. 13. Waters son., Mrs 11, S. i Sheather. Fruit.—Mrs A. Harris and Miss V. Anderson. Fish.—Mrs Lucas. Meat.— Mrs Waters sen. and Mrs Chilly. During the month of October eleven patients were admitted, nine discharged and two remaining in hospital.

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