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IMPORTANT SALE OF UPPER MURRAY PROPERTY. MATHIESON AND DAVIS [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 November 1914

IMPORTANT SALE OP UPPER MURRAY PltOPEUTi'. MATHIKSON* AND DAVIS Report Belling by private contract, on account of Will. Collins, Esq., his 15ur rowyo Estate, Hituated ivLout 50 miles from Albnry mwl 12 miles from tlio Tnl litngnttii to Cn.lKowft. rail wny (now in course of construction), anil contuiiiin;; about 4300 acre*, with frontage to the .Murray Uivor, iiurrowyo nuil Koctong Creek*, which run through the property, j The cluurinj* sale rakes pluoo on Wud j nosihiy, December 2ml, commencing at i 11 o'clock sharp.

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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THE BENAMARA ELECTION. MR J. W. LECKIE AT CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 November 1914

•riir. bhxajibiu i:u:ctim. MR ,T. \V. LUCiaK AT CORPiYONCi. Air J. W. Leekie, tho retiring meni'ier for Benambra, a ldre-wed tho electors in the Athon;eiim Hall, Oorryoug. on Satur day evening. There was a good attend mice, including a number of Indies. Mr D. Cronin, J.P., occupied the chair unJ introduced tho speaker. Mr Lecltie, ivlio whs well received, said ha was coming among tho pooplo ut an unfortunate time owing to tliu drought and the war, but there was nil the more nood for them to bo careful in choosing men to represent them, as mistakes mule now might have. serious consequences. It was dillieuit to speak party politics at ft time when all should bo standing shoulder to shoulilor. but the blame was not Ill's. Ho was being challenged fur his saat, and was not goini; to give it up without a struggle. Having only held tho seat for eight months lie thought ho m'ight have got a walkover, but instead of that ho had two opponents. The Labor party was encouraged to oppose him by t...

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THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 November 1914

'E'lis: It A I ft FA SA In view of tho proscnt pustorul outloolt tho following comparison of tho months' riiinftill in this your unci 1902 (tho jour of tin; big drought) is interesting :— Month. 1902. 1914. January 1-85 J '63 I'nbruury o-os 002 Mu.rch 1-96 298 April 005 2-7I1 May Nil. 2(5,3 Juno fi-26 098 July 050 1-3(5 August 0-55 0'-13 September 1(52 0'86 October 1-07 ' 0 13 November 0'27 Decoinbor 2-81 16-60 " 13-75

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THE SUB-TREASURY. Mr A. O'Leary, receiver and paymaster, supplies us with the follwoing list for public information:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 November 1914

THE Sl)B-TI£EA!)3II£V. Mr A. O'Leary, receiver and pay master, supplies us with the toliowing list for public information :— Accounts awaiting Payment. — C. Appleton, W. H. Bryant, R. A. Enever, R Hanna, A. Harris, It. Inglis, J. Lord, A. C. Masters, A. J. JMnt.vre, A. Playle, J. C. A. Schneider, J. Tobin. Licences for Delivery.—W. H. Find lay, C. Land. E. de Faro. Lease for Execution.—It. H. Croxton. Leases for Delivery. — G. Lord, J. Hortin, E. Jeffcott, Jr., j. H. E. Kendall, J. C. Smith. Crown Grants for Delivery.~L. Mon crieff, E. Smith, J. Shields, C. JM'Grath, J. Swan.

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A TRIP TO THE OLD COUNTRY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 November 1914

A TKI? TO Til K OLD COUNTRY. TO THE KDITOK OK THE CMJRIKn. DEAR Sill,—A vast proport ion of our local population outside a knowledge of the Upper Murray district* is absolutely igno rant of the groat world beyond. Or. Nan kervis lias just returned from a trip through the Old ('ountry and Europe, and in the course of hi* wanderings has doubt less acquired much useful information and seen many interesting sights. If ('r. Kan kervis can be persuaded to give us a lec ture on Ids travels — I feel sure the same will be listened to by a large and appreci ative audience, which cannot fail to he both entertained and instructed. —Yours truly, CORRYOXG. [By report in another column it will ho noticed that Or. Nankervis j^av»> a lecture upon his trip atCudgewa la«a week, and ii m*rs keenly appreciated hy Lhe local people. I*?o doubt he could he prevailed timm to repeat it in Corryon^. — Kd. "C."]

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

THE POULTRY Y.AfiDS. Ptirtfy tli<? ivcop tho EUrflj Healthy—Mott*o<»j» of J'tiriflcntirm. Many ponlJrv man who keep fho.lj fowla confined to BinrJl yards clean tho poultry hunse?, bnC ccovcr fccui to think It necessary to purify tho yards. 11 sickness \isita thoir fowls, it is r. mys terious dispensation of Providenco, for hnvo they not kept tho houses clean? They do not think of tho yards, v,-ho;-o Boil has bocomo impregnated with the droppings of tho fowls, ii*.h1 upon which a preen thins is never permitted to grow. Following aro methods of puri fication recommended by Tho American Agriculturist: First—Whcro it is pocsibio to do no toad tho yard down to grass or clover tad lot it bear fx crop ouo year or rniro npon it a crop of vegetables. Of courso this necessitates two yards for tho fowlti, ft plan that. c:miu.t always bo jiuvsacd. Or ono can, with a movable fcuce, cut off tho fowls from tho hirgc.r part of tba yard and row that to eonso quiolc row ing crop...

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WODONGA MARKET. DALGETY AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 November 1914

WODONGA. MARKET. DALGKTY AND CO. Report Lolilin^ their usual fortnightly market at Wodun^'a on 17th inst.. whmi tliey submitted a small yarding of |{ood quality fut cattle to a representative at tendance. ■ They quote :—Bullocks to i'll ;' cows and , lieifera. to J.-8/19/; vealers, to MS. ■ Crossbred ewes, to 11/3 ; crossbred Iambs, to 8/.

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DIARY OF THE WAR. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 November 1914

DIARY OF Till) XV A K. JUNE. 2Slh.—Arclulnke Franz Ferdinand assnssinated at Sarajevo. JULY. I 23rd.—Austria sends ultimatum to Servia, demanding the prosecution of Servians compromised in the assassin ation of Archduke Franz Ferdinand. 25th.—Servia refuses to comply with tile demand. aSili.—Austria declares war 011 Servia. 2gth.—Diplomatic relations between Russia and Austria suspended. British First Fleet leaves Portland. Russia mobilising army. AUGUST. 1st.—German troops invade France, and.—Germany declares war on Rus sia. 3rd.—Invasion of Belgium by Ger many. Germany declares war on France. Germans repulsed at Liege. 4th.—Great 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. 16U1.—Czar promises Home Rule to Poland. ■ Japan sends ultimatum to Germany regarding Kiaochau. 20th.—Germans occupy Brussels. 22nd.—Namur invested, a...

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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 — 26 November 1914

THR MARKKTS. MICLUOUI.INU MARKETS. [Hv WlttK.] Wednesday, G p.m. Messrs Mathiesbn and Davis, of Si. James* Buildings, Williams-street, Mel bourne, wire us us follows:— I F«d Cattle.—!!,505 yarded. Tho _ tie uwnii was brisk, and prices generally were 10/ higher. Prime pens of bul lobks, £14/151 to £16/1 5/ ; extra, to £18/5/ ; odd beasts, higher ; good, £12/10/ to £14/10/ ; good, light and handy, £10 to £ 12/10/ ; second and inferior, from JBO. Uest pens of eows, i!10 to £11 ; (■ond beasts, hiijher ; good, X'S/10/ to £9/10/ ; others, from £4. Fat Calves. — BOO punned. Prices generally were slightly hotter. Fat Sheep.—59,'200 yarded. The market generally was equal to last week's closing " rates."' ' ■ Fat Lambs.—40.500 penned. As with sheep the demand was equal to last week's closing rates.

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

Public Xolin's. "The Corryong Courier." NOTICE. FcnnsiMjiionce of tbo conditions im posed by the Country iVinters1 Wages Hoard—ihe amended award of wliicb cwmti into operation on 27lh October—wo are compelled to fraiiu! seven! new re^n« huioiw in re«.;<ird to Advertisements and Correspondence intended for insertion in the. Cornier. Notice i* hon-by j»ivon that, the->u rules will be adhered ti> strictly* Advertisements. — AH new advertise ments mn^t be in band b\ 4 p.m. nu Wednesdays. Changes ot >tandini» advertise'myitis wi!! nut bo received atirr 10 a.m. on Mondays. Correspondence, etc. — All corres pondence and other in liter tuust bo in bund by 0 p.m. un Tuesdays, other wise inser.ion cannot, be guaranteed. Accounts. — Orders must, bo paid ire advance, unless the person ordering, bus an account at this* oilice. A. T. UAiri'LETT, Proprietor. ALP. VSNNES, HAIKDKESSElt & TOBACCONIST, Couht Horst: Cosuyoxq. My prices tiro — HairciiUing ... ... Gel Shuving ...

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STATISTICAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 November 1914

S»'S" A T g SiT m: A E„ K t; mii! A He V. Tho following npprnximato particulars of the area, population and production of tho six Kuropenn Pnuvrs and Australia will he found interesting for purposes of comparison. Tho anas urn given in thousands of pquaru miJ«-s. In tile other columns tho numbers are millions, and represent tho latest- count in stock and the mutual yields of grain in bushels and of potatoes in tons. ? g 5 t z s % HiM'i Y' w Area. .. 121 20ti *07 'Mil 8,000 110 2,000 Pop. .. •15 05 51 107 31 5 Ilovscs . . 2 ■l :s 4 31 1 2, Cuttle. .. 12 20 11 10 5:1 0 11 Khnep. .. Wheat. .. 80 7 10 11 81 11 S3 IM 1511 301 11)0 •115 200 71 Oats. 102 ■135 SOD 200 710 33 U Hurley. .. ;'»S Mil 17 M0 •117 10 2 Potatoes. 7 31 12 10 31 1 i

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

NOVEMBER. 1st 0 02in. ... .. 014in. .. .. .. IHOin.. Tola! .. .. .. Oaiiiu. [Total for year to date .. I i-lOin.]

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THE RAINFALL. The following local gauge readings for the current year me supplied by Mr Playle:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 November 1914

I Thi-fn!!o\"iiv; r^i'linys for the curiam your •/.v supplied by Mr I'luyle: — J.uiu.'.ry I;» in u;iry July tfepiember October H>3in. 002in. 2-ti.Sio. 2 7i'.in. •J-tWm O-OSiru 0*43in/ 0 S5iri. 0'13U>»

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BENAMBRA POLL. Number on Roll.—Males, 4,107; Females, 3,117. Total, 7,224. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 December 1914

BENAMBRA POLL. Number on Roll.—Mnlos, 4,107 ; Families, 8,117. Total, 7,224. : f Bethanga ■ . 02 - . Cotryonf;' .101- ^ l'allangatta V. 51 ' Bcrringuma.; '^2 Cml(;mva.' 71 KoetoiiR ■.. 8 . Eskdulo .. ' 73 Tallandoon .. 80 Granya ... 35 Talgnrno .. 10 Walwa .. 53 Burrowvo .. HO Tallangatta 21!) Tintaldra .. ' 10 N. Woornqeo li) M'Mnhon's Ok. !) Cudgowa N... 9 Naiiel .. ■ 8 Tliougla .. 8 Mltta Mitta.i lil Fernvalo ... 41 Granito Flat 3 Annandalo .. 7 Woilonga .. 201 Barnawartha 110. AVodonga W. 20 Lnncva .. li) Bonegilla .. 40 Yackandanduli 178 Banmduda .. • (50 Allan's Flat.. 71 Kie\va .. 91 Sandy Crock 20 Gundowring 28 Tawanga ..10 Dederang 41 Kergunynh .. 37 Rod Bluff .. . 37 Bruarong .. , 27 Mougan's Bridge 50 Hill Top » Cravenville Postal ■..■•-40 . Petersen. Boas ' 15 ■ ' -.88 00 ' . 54 4 ,4» 5 " 8 7 ! 5 .31 05 3 50 ? 39 20 55 ,\ 7 ".•-■. 20 18 01 5 14 , 30 173 •■■■ 7 . 20 2 . 9 il 8. •1 . ■2 ' 4 4 •J . ■ ,07 2 ' . , 19 ■'• 7 ' •■••. -4 2 . 13 . Ct> . 289 si l 33 ■ 4 13 9 3 1...

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THE STATE ELECTIONS. DETAILS OF POLLING. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 December 1914

THE STATU BI-ECTBONS. DETAILS OF POLLING. The triennial elections for the Legislative Assembly were held oa Thursday .last. Following are tho de tails of the polling in the varioii3 electorates :— . , . .BALLARAT EAST. ' M'Grof»or, r, Lib. v.-: 4,'077' Harrison, Lab.' ... ... . 8,524 BALLARAT AVEST. : Bnitd, r, Lib.'. ...■ ... 4,396 'Richards, Lnb.... ... ... 2,767 BARWON. Farrnr, r, Lib. . ... 3,711 Pinker, Lab. , . ,v.~. , ... 2,033 , BENALLA. • ' Carlisle, r, Lib. ... •••••' ...v.2,784 Brown, liab. .;. '... 1,400 ' BENAMBR'A. Leckie, r, Lib. ... ... 2,183 Boss, Lab. ... ... 1,668 Petersen, Lib. ... ... 030 ' (Incomplete). / : BENDIGO EA.ST. ■■■. TIampson. r, Lab. ... ... 8.121 Curnow, Lib. ... • 2,265. BENDIGO WEST. V; Smith, r, Lab. ... ... 3,824 Andrew, Lib. ... ... . 8;307 Cook, Lab. ... ... 1,5*15 First. Preforonco . Count. —' Andrew,', 2,889 Smith, 2,200 ;. Cook, 1,545; Second ! Preferono*) - Count, r— oniitli, 3,324 {Andrew, 3,307. BOUOONDArA. ' ' V .. Madden, r, Lib. ... ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 December 1914

l'ublic i\oiii<<>. J J I . » STOCK THE . FOLLOWING Row's Embrocation Elliman's.Embrocation , Solomon Solution , , Ayer's Hair Vigor Plasmon '.Irish Moss' Greatliead's Mixture Hypol Frew's Domino Liniment Liquid .Pepfeonoids Kay's Essence Ayer'sSarsaparilla . Chloride of Lime - Condy's Fluid Condy's Crystals Sheldon's New Discovery Fluid Magnesia Citrate Maguesia Stearne's Headache Wafers Dr. Kelmo's Eye Lotion Cascara Sagrada Porous Plasters Morton's Sedleitz Powders Mai tine . Scrubb's Ammonia Sheldon's Liniment Eno's Fruit Salts Jayne's Expectorant Eucalyptus White Pine Cough Sj-rup Jayne's Liniment Hearne's Bronchitis Cure Sparklet Bulbs Bay Puim « Lavender Hair Wash Beetham's Glycerine and Cu cumber Glycerine Yaspline Bottles Petroleum Jolly " • - Cod Liver Oil Carbolic Oil . Barry'ssTricopherous • ; Angier's Emulsion Scott's Emulsion Clement's Tonic Menthol Conos * Marking Ink ' Cascara Pills . . Williams' Liver Pills Cockle's Pills Weston's Magic Pills...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 December 1914

I'ublic Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Annual Xmas. Fair Will bo hold in the Alhenieuui Ha.ll. Corryun;:, 011 Wednesday, December 16th, Opening tit iv.'o p.m., and continuing throughout the Evening. Thoro will bo tlio now famous Xmas. Tree, with nil sorts of gifts lur l"0' K dren.' A Fancy and Useful Article Stall, whero those who are nowly imrried, or about to bo married, way purchase ar ticled to iniiUu the home attriAtive. There will also be the Sweet Stall, Cake Stall, Produce, Soft Drink ami Ue freshment Stalls, Memory 'lest ill" and Smulling Competitions, hhoutiu„ (jiillevv ; while the evening will be give" up u> Guilt's, lint Trimming, i. n.ie^ and Gent's Sail Driving, Boy's Dun Eating eomputitions, interspersed Willi vocal and instrmiieiitul items. Sixponco will bo charged for admission, nnd will entitle each child, to a. g»f! fioul tho Tree. Come to this Fair, get your money's worth, ivhile at the s;imo time yon help to forward tho finances of tho Church. Corryong Pony Saci...

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MULTUM IN NUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 December 1914

nilJLTII.i l\ NUCK. Further liylit fals of ruin occurred last night. Hook your seati for "Our Regiment." Sue n<l\*l. Mr .1. Cauipbe 11 in? purchased ti motor lorry for his deliveiy service. Church of lutglaid Xmas. Fair will be held on December ;Cth. Seeadvt. Mr Y'andenberg, dentist, will visit Cor ryong on Saturday, December 12th. See advt. A reduction of :M1 is shown in the .State revenue for November an compared with the same month of last year. The Attorney-lbneral of New South Wales is suing the Labour weekly paper "The Worker" for <:'>,<Ulll a* damages [or ; comment, alleged tu be libellous, on bis ad- ' ministralion of justice. The High Court uf Australia decided on Monday that the Seamen's Compensation Act of the Commonwealth Parliament was valid. The Chief Justice and .Ml' Justice liarton, however, dissented. .John Henry Walker, late of Tallangatta, grazier, who died on .lib October last, left by will dated 1Mtli January, l'.HVJ, estate o...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. SATURDAY, 28TH NOVEMBER. [Before Messrs D. Crouin, A. Acocks and A. Harris, Js.P.] DEBT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 December 1914

COUJtT OF I'lS't'TV SESSIONS. S.ITUHUAY, 2dTH Novkmbeh. [B<ifor<> Mossrs D. Crouin, A. Acocks luiii A. Harrin, Js.P.J DKIJT CASKS. L. Grmiwood v. C. II. Taylor.—Mr Dulgoty appeared for complainant and stated that the ctso hud been settled.— Withdrawn. rulluli Singh v. W. Doughty (default summons).—Mr Hood appeared for com plainant, and stated that Doughty hud made a payment on account of claim, find oil his application an adjournment lo V)th January was granted. Younghusband, How and Co. v. F. P. M'Grath.—Mr Dainty appeared ror com plainant, and on bin application the sum mons was onliugod to December l'2:h. Sum* v. Joseph Anderson.—Mr Dal y<uy appeared for complainant, ami stated that tlu caso hud been settled.—With d riuvn. I-/. Grimwood v. A. Kohn.—MrDal^ety appeared for complain:*:);, and on bin ap plication ibo case was withdrawn. J. Campbell v. \V. Draper (examination summons)—Mr Ilood appeared for com plainant, and on his application the su...

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HANDEL. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 3 December 1914

HAN DEL. Bt Maroaket JonusoN. Bare and cjld Uio garret chamber Gloomy with its shadowr. dim ; Hung with dusty, drooping cobwebs Drapery weird and grim. Rattled loud tho loosened casement, I31cak the night-wind rose and lull; •In the pausos of lta wailing Tolled the midnight bell. Suddenly from out the shadows Of the old, diverted room Came a strain of faintest musio Through the ghostly gloom. Fiercer howled the wind and stronger Swelled the strain exultingly, Till Ihere r^tcd among tho raf;cra W.tvee *>f melody. While the night grew still to listen, Soft and slow the music sighed, And, in melting, minor measures, Into silcnce died. Say, what skilful, rapt musician, In that lonely room ap:ivt, Thus made glad the sombro midnight With his wonurous art? From tho moou, now bright, noTi hidden In tho clouds that crossed hor way, Through the misty garret window Shot £ slender ray— Glanced upon an ancient spinet, O'er whose keys, with dust defiled, Ran the eager, dainty finger* t Of a li...

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