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KHANCOBAN. CORRYONG VALLEY RAILWAY SUPPORTED. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 10 December 1914

. ' k'lIAKCOBAN.,'\ C'OUKYOJiU VAIiLKY RAILWAY St J'J'OKTKD. FROM oun OWN COIUESPONDENT. A well attended representative meet ing o£ the landholders and residents of Khaucoban was held at the State school on Thursday last, in sympathy witn Corryoog's movement of 23rd Novein her. to consider the advisability of ap pointing a delegate to rjpreseot Khan coban ii a deputation be appointed to wait on the Minister" with reference to extending the Tallangatta - Cudgewa railway into Corryong Valley. ■ Mr J. F. II. Mitcholl occupied the chair, and dwelt on the occasiou as being oppor tune in view of the large number of un employed and the Government's desire to place them on reproductive wjrks. It was moved by Mr' liickey, seconded by Mr Mitchell, "That this meeting is in agreement with Corryong League in, sending a deputation to wait oa i the Minister to request that we have the railway extended into Corryong Valley." It was proposed by Mr W. H. White head, seconded by Mr T. \Scamrue!I, that...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DOLL COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 10 December 1914

r DOLL COMPETITION. - Tho competition ("ueseiu^ n mimbor) for tho doll dressed by Mrs'11. Knight and Miss Dutton \v«n won by Mr J. M'.Moek'in, of Qurniu. ■ Misd Andorson «nd Messrs J. M'Meekin, G. Ifurroll, J, Murrell nml B. Sowry all guessed the right numbor (05), and'Mi- M'Miiokin wnu the dmwoff. Tho Patriotic fund benefits to' the amount of £5/10/'from »bo competition.

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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VICTORIAN STATE SCHOOLS PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 10 December 1914

VICTORIAN .STATE SOIIOOLS' PATRIOTIC FUND. ' This fund will be used to relieve all Icindu of distress arising from and lhroiii;h this teriible war. To it tile children ami tho teachers of all' tliu Stuto schools of i Victoria aro ashed to forward their regular '.contributions. Members of school com mittees., parents of the children, former pupils of tho -schools.: ami friends of this movement, who wish to im!to amall wuekly contributions nil through the dur —"•iilian-ofllio war,"lire uskiUl-'tt>- ijrl; - th^ir corurifjti'tuns to the head Jwiahor ol lliair" local school. S' Bui tho children do not 'do imy collecting in tho ordinary sense. The bringing of ft coin regularly for such a purpose Kivcs a chilli a real Iov.2 for his country, and th-< pron-.l fut'lin:; that be is giving rsal help to th.i Empire.® Mora so -is this when the child 0111113 tho coin he brings, and it is one of the bust filatures of this movoiuont that so luituy children are really doin;; so, mid lis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 10 December 1914

Stud Notices. npO STAND this season at "Rosebank," ~ Towong— THE THOROUGHBRED STALLION SEJlRPSHOOTEE (14). Sire : CLANItANALD (1), by St. Lcger (3), "... son of Doncastor (5), son of Stoekwell. (3), from Scotch Lassie (imp.), by Scottish Chief (12),from liosette, by Lord Lyon (1), son of Stoekwell (3). Dam : WfiATIIEREYE, by-Maxim (12), son of. Muskot (3), from Galatea (sister ' to Pygmalion), by Apremont (3), from Nan tilus, by Traducer (20), from Waterwitch (dam of Natator), by Camden (17) (half1 brother to Yattendon)," from Mermaid, mip. (dam of Lurlinc, Ljo Loup, etc.), by ' Kinfj Tom (3), from : Waterwitch, by The ■ 1'lying Dutchman (3). ) Sharpshooter is a blood brother to Broad- J sword, one of the most brilliant gallopers in Australia, and whose fee at the stud is 30 guineas. Winner of tho Canterbury J.C. Middle Park Plate, Cressy ■ Welter, Dunodin Champagne Stakes, Wellington Me rose Welter. Wia wotu Handicap. Williamsimvn Handicap, Sandown Handicap, Port Adelaide Croydon W...

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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 — 10 December 1914

THE MAtlKKVS. MICUiOUItNH MAUKKTS. [Bv \Vii;k. 3 . Wednesday, 6 p.m. Mossm Malhiosou unj Davis, of St. Jumps' iiuildings, Willmms-stAtoc, Mel -bourne, wiro n» as follows:— Fut Cattle. — fj,9 t0 yarded, The mar ket opened vvitli pricoH. decidedly lower than last wnek's. They afterwards firmed to ubouc iatu rates, but weakened again in the latter purt. ; Fat.Calvea.—Prices were about same as lust week's. Fat Shoep.—!>0,200, yarded. The de mand was brink, mid prices were u sliado firmer than those lately ruling.. Fat Lambs.—35.880 penned. Tlio d<i mand v.'aa dull, with prices practically unaltered.

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 10 December 1914

fOSTAL. RATES AND RECULAT10N3 | [Where the term "The Common wealth" is used iu connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe island, and Norfolk Island.1 LE'iTEKS. For every i ounce or traction thereof. For delivery within the Common wealth .. .. 1 .For .delivery in the British Em pire .. .... . • ... •. 0 1 For delivery in tha Hew Hobridoa, - Banks, and 'lorroB Islands ..0 2 For delivery in. other*places .... 0 2i JjETIEII CARDS. , For delivery within the "Commonwealth:; Single, la. each ; reply, Id. each half. For 'delivery m.tho British Empire (set' . . list of places under .^Letters'')—Sin gle, ld.caoh. ■ For delivery ni Now Hebrides, Banks, and'Torres Islands—Siuglo, 2d. each. For , delivery Hi other places— Sitish), 2.5d'. each. ■< POST CARDS. • ; Single Postcards impressed with tin Id. Btuinp, and Reply or doublo cards,: each half of. which1 has tho Id. stamp impressed thereon, may be transmitted to places within the Commonwealth, and to ...

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CONCERT AT BERRINGAMA. CONTRIBUTED. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 10 December 1914

COA'CEKT A'B' B K 55 at I tt A fS A. ^CONTRIBUTED.! The: annual Methodist concert was held in the Public Hall on Saturday,' December 5th, when a very enjoyable evening was spent. The concert was in the hand's of Miss Waugh, who spared no time or trouble to make the evening a success. The hall was taste fully decorated with evergreens and ■ flowers, which added to the appearance of the'building. Mr F. Bramley occu pied the chair in his usual good man ner. Although everybody was busy with their harvest, it did not prevent a good attendance. At the close of-the entertainment a vote of thanks was pro posed by Mr T. H. Carkeek, and sec onded by Mr D. Mildren. The ladies then provided supper, which was much appreciated, as a lot present had come a long way. Following is the list of items .—Pianoforte duet, Mrs Pike and Miss Bramley; song, Jack's at Homo at Sea, Mr VV. IJramle.v ; recitation, No Sex in Heaven, Mrs Collom ; song, A Little Child Shall Lead Them, Mr N. Supple ; recitation, Po...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 10 December 1914

Public Notices. "The Corryong Courier." NOTICE. TN consequence of tho conditions im posed by the Country Printers' Wages Board—the amended award of which, came into operation on 27th October—wo aro compelled to frame several new regu lations in regard to Advertisements and Correspondence intended for insertion. in ' tho Courier. Notice is hereby given that theso rules will be adhered to-: strictly. , Advertisements.— All new advertise ments must be in hand by 4 p.m. on Wednesdays. Changoa of standing advertisements will not be recoived rJtor 10 a.m. on Mondays. Correspondence, otc. — All corres pondence and other matter must bo in hand by G p.m. on Tuesdays, other wise insertion cannot be guaranteed. Accounts. — Orders must bo paid in advance, unless the person ordering lias an account at this office. A. T. liAKTLETT, 1'roprietor. . • , ALF. VENNER, HAIRDRESSER & TOBACCONIST,. CoUILT HOUSK HoTKIi, CoilRYONG. My prices are :— Haircutiing ... ... Gd fciliavini; ... ... tkl. ' ...

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STATISTICAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 10 December 1914

awj-ssTacA i Tho f.illowiu- p litj (,f lij • :i!'; JV'l-vl.iti'Hl :i:.;{ t ■: I;:• • i A;;-trull.; uil Ik? i o\: !i?i l'.>r pp.r :-r : i>t 'The ;.!'<• ill rhui;-'U'ls Oi ijqv.-'irp milt-. f .1 tin- o;i!:.-r i•;»<;iini- in" in;:ulh.M-s uu> ij 1 i 1!i:>:;^. u:; l .•« p:. ''uunf if; i.n.i t;i • ;»u Ki.-; oi j;tain in bu^-lu-is ami ul' uuij'.tiM •. in ?■ F Mi. t1 (i. .. <) 1'"' ' i - '! •• l."W -''1 -I:.". ;!:•> .. )<:•• -1 .. - i-;n' .':7 i ::i ;■ 7 in L'ula'ocs. 7 ::i l'J !'"> :>l 1

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NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 10 December 1914

. ' . NOVEMBER. 1st • 2nd . 3rd 15lh 17th 20:h 2otli 26th; Total 002in.. O'Uin. 0'40in.. 0*0] in. 0-19in. O'lOiri. 0-47in. .O-loin. 1-4Sin. [Total (or year to dnto .. 15'02in.]

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THE RAINFALL. The following local gauge readings for the current year are supplied by Mr Playle:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 10 December 1914

THE KAINFALIU \ The following local gaago readings {or tha current year are supplied bv Mr Playle:— Jnncary February March April May .June July. August , September October 1-G3in. 002m. 2-98in. 2-7ilin. 2i»ain. O'iSin. l'Sliin. Q-loin. OSoin. 013in..

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THE RAINFALL. The following local gauge readings for the current year are supplied by Mr Piayle:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 December 1914

■bier. 5i,\a.■*<«'aj.j. Tar? followin;: local i^an^r* readings for the. curr-— i vcv.r aiv supplied by Mr PJayle:— J:;nn.vry l-VI.ru try April ■luiie August S'.plnmber October iMJHin. 002in. 2!)Sin. 2'73:n. 2-0iiin. O-'.tSin. l'3oin. (HHin. 0 S5in. 0*I3in.

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NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 December 1914

NOVEMBER. 1st 0>02in. -nd .. .. .. O'l-tin. 3rd .. .. .. 0 40irt. loth .. .. 0*01 in. 17th 019in. ♦ 20th .. .. 010m. '25th .. .. .. 0'47irj. 26th .. .. .. Oloin. Total ... .. l*48in. [Total for year to date .. 35 0'.Un.j

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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 — 17 December 1914

THE YEARS' RECORDS. Following aro the rt'ccr.Is of (lit' ruin full I'cr 1905, lOOti, 1907, IOCS, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1932 and 1U1JJ dm os-c5 in is zL-fz fis-on so-is fis-us on-so oi-on IK?, EM 'Ji'O or,-T li: r'J I (>;) r, !I0 z in-?. zz-t 0 !H-S! Til l:z ft I'J 0 ZZ l lit' KO. 1 C/.-.T Oitr. H 0 ir-s ccr, r,o-i um: 01-I 1]-5 I (■!' Z 80-0 ftf'o HIM! KM! o(» z on s r-li-5 f!0o <i0-0 KO-O CM- VVZ io-r- no-1 Hi 7, 90S oL O Li 0 H'-O Oi-I 9o Z 1>H-1 90 t 0!' <J Z'J [ 90-5 Ti-I li.y (■:«. k ii!-r. cc5 esm: s:i-1 ASM! IH-0 zl i zr,-v 8M <Jl-Z ti-t- oo-r. Oi-ft cm tz-i !«■!: So-1 % l-V ci-fj ^r,-r, i.'A-S 'Jl Mi SG-I 0»M) '-'(.Mi Ul-0 AS-I in- r h«-9 90-S fii-0 OSM *I!M ct-i i::-o (',!■!• -1:'() uh-z '''i-'S P'M •«i>v oa-'j A'i"r C-i-'J "llllf ZL-Z ^>K Oil-1 l!j'tv i<>-0 81'-1 Hi-fi 'U'T f:101 oHii ItOl 0161 ROGI SOOI iOOl OOGI COUl

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STATISTICAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 December 1914

h'g'A'l'SS'lTlCAJ. SW313IAKY. ' The following approximate particulars of the area, population and production of tho six European Powers and Australia will be found interesting for purposes of comparison. ' The areas are fjiven in thousands of square miles. In the other columns tho numbers are millions, and represent the latest count in stock and the annual yields of grain in bushels and of potatoes in tons. Area. . . 321 L'dH 107 •jr.i s,(;oo 110 Pop. . . A", (io :-w ol li'7 Horses . . 2 •1 a t :U i C.Utle. . . PJ 20 14 n; •is iShiep. . . HO 7 10 p. Wheat. . . C.1 ir.o •A(U ; xr, •joo Oats. . UK •1 :j;*» 301) 'J Hi :<:• l*,it)cy. . Potatoes. . fitf 210 -17 J It) i j? !<i 1 ol 12 1LV 31 1

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THE INCOME TAX. THE CURRENT RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 December 1914

■ran income tax. THE CUliKKNT KATES. Personal I'rom iixertiou. Property,. Kvery €1 uii to£o00 3d ... (Ul LTiuO to Cl.niJK -Id ... Scl £1,11011 to £1,500 oil ... Hid Over .£1,300 (id ... JAl An exemption of £200 is allowed. >'o perncm whose' income from p»rsona!: exertion anil property did not exceed £20t) shall lie liable to tax. Tlii> rales for companies tire Sd for lift assurance companies an,l Td for others. Oh, merchant in tv-.-.-;u coe, Tf on this pup--! ,v.< i i .'ce. • Take our :idv:,- . mi v. vyv, Go straight \v ..:v\ vitv'isi. You'll find cf mm ; Xe^lect . ''!:er 'iu I', 1 \V> A si;,.-::: :jviv - - >.:tl JliKiv. 'ri'iti--'. ■.t:i; pnl'li ■ i■ i.y A. T. iJAurr.KTT, 1':v>r. the . Hanson street, t'orryong, in the State of Victoria.

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CORRYONG VALLEY RAILWAY. DEPUTATION TO MINISTERS. [BY WIRE.] MELBOURNE, Wednesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 December 1914

CORKYONO VALLEY IUIU WAY. DEPUTATION TO MINISTERS. | Bv WiRK.l Melbourne, Wednosilay Afternoon. The deputation sent by the Corryong Valley Railway League, to urge the extension of the lino from Cudgewa to Corryong, was received by the Premier to-day. The deputation was intro duced by Mr J. W. Lc-ckie, M.L.A., and supported by -Messrs P. .). Moloney, M.H.U., Sachse and Billson, The Premier, who accorded the depu tation a most favorable hearing, said that ho considered that they had made out (in excellent case for tbe extension to Corryong. From what he bad heard of the Corryong Valley ha would he very pleased to visit tho district himself. The Chief Engineer, Mr Sheehan, had previously reported that the extension of the line from Cudgewa to Corryong was an easy proposition. The Premier concluded by assuring the members of the depu tation that he was quite in sympathy with their request, and v/.onId bring the matter before the Cabinet at the earliest opportunity with the object of hav...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 December 1914

I'ublic Notice. J. J. Universal Providers, OREYON a,-—^ M EE NOW Making a Splendid irk Display ol Seasonable Drapery, Millinery, Etc. Printed Voiles, Embroidered Crepes, • Poplins,- Cashmeres, Piques, Tussore Silks, Dress Linens, &c. Ladies' Blouses and Costumes in all the above lines, a very choice assort ment. Tray Cloths and Runners, a nice stock to select from. Ladies, leave your orders now for your new hat, and so avoid disappointment later on. This department is in the hands of a first-class milliner, and perfect satisfac tion is guaranteed. TAILORING. Gentlemen, we want the order for your neAV Tailor-made Suit. Our patterns . are very right, our prices are right, your satisfaction will be quite right. Inspect our Boot and Shoe Depart ment. In ladies', gents', and children's wear we can please the most fastidious. GROCERIES. Our high-class stock is well known throughout the district. Leave your Christmas order with us now, and so, ensure complete satisfaction. WINES, A...

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"OUR REGIMENT." [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 December 1914

"-onu K8-;i;Jiii | The farcical comedy "Our Raiment"' I win staged ia thu Atheiuoum Hall, Cor-, ryonrr, on Saturday avenin#, December l'2ih, by a party of local amateurs, under tho direction oi Mr A. J. Entwislr,. .Most of the performers v/ero new to a Corryonf* audience free: n. dramatic point of vifv/, but tho night's entertain ment amply demonstrated to nil thoso present, Uuu we nro very fortunato in po^so5sinr{ sjicii excellent histrionic talent in our si^all town. We hope that we shall shortly be fivored with further en-. tevtalnmL-nU of an equally hi^h standard. Several situatiuny were very cleverly carried through, but ar» some of. t*to performers have hurl more exporionco in statecraft than oth.-r:?, it would be in vidious to purticulirir.e. \V« are quito sure that overyono did thoir bwt to make the whole play a luv^c. success, which it., cert linly v;:i<, and judging by tho en-. Um-dasm disjduvod, the audience.. thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it.. There was a...

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A New Milking Machine. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 December 1914

A New Milking: Muchlne. On the farm of Homing Mains, on tho estate of tho Duko of Portland, for some months past a new milking ma chine, invented by Mr. William Murch land, sanitary engineer of Kilmarnock, lias been in operation. 'l'he apparatns, 03|installed at Earn ing Mains, is of a very ainiplo charac ter. An ordinary iron pipe, ono inch in diameter, ia carried round tho cow houHO at a convenient height above tho shoulders of tho cowa. It commu nicates with a hand pump, whereby tho air is drawn from tho pipe, a circular tank'connectcd with o shallow well of water serving aa a regulator of tho vacuum. From the iron pipe project con nections, one opposite the spaco be tween every pair of animals, each con nection boing furnished with a stop cook. To any ono of these connections is fitted a length of India rubber tub ing, tho othor end being attached to a nozzle near tho top of the milk pail, which is of special construction. The pail is cylindrical in form, with a trun cated conic...

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