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THE WAR. RENEWED FIGHTING IN NORTHERN FRANCE. ALLIES CONTINUE TO MAKE PROGRESS. SERVIANS RE-CAPTURE BELGRADE. TURKISH BATTLESHIP SUNK. ALLIES ADVANCE IN NORTHERN FRANCE. FOUR GERMAN CRUISERS SUNK. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 December 1914

RENEWED FIGHTING IN NORTHERN FRANCE. ALLIES CONTINUE TO MAKE PROGRESS. SERVIANS RE-CAPTURE BELGRADE. TURKISH BATTLESHIP SUNK. ALLIES ADVANCE IN NORTHERN FRANCE. FOUR GERMAN CRUISERS SUNK. The Secretary of State for the Colonies reports from London on Tuesday :— After comparative quiet, renewed fighting has taken place in Northern France. The Allies have made substantial progress on the Hollebeke to Wyteschaete line, and have also progressed in the Argonne aud Woevre districts, and in Alsace. The Servians have re entered Belgrade after desperate fighting. It is officially reported that the British submarine Bll has sunk the Turkish battleship Messoudieh (9120 tons) in the Dardanelles. A decisive victory for the British forces in Northern France is reported from Paris, It is stated that British forces have recovered a considerable stretch of country. A British squadron, under Admiral Sturdee, on December 8th, sank the tour German cruisers, Seharnhorst, (rneisenuu, Leipsiz and Nurnberg...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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MULTUM IN NUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 December 1914

ifllll/ril.TI IN Nllt'H. Cool change. l<reiilc-i)[i of tlio drought. lieneral rain throughout Victoria. I.Tmui. rain in (.'orryung on Monday. •2.:i:lin. Ill Towong ; -J.-lftiu. at liringen hrong. Tintaldra Patriotic l'nnd lull and 3Upiicr oil IStli inst. See iuIvi. Corryong Pony KiU'ing Club's social on Boxing Night. Sue mlvt. liathgate's mid-season estimate of the world's wheat yield in 43l),'.!SU,U0O <|uur tf.rS. At tlie last census, in 11)11, there were 32,'JflO Hermans an J "JT74 Austrians in the Commonwealth. Corryong rainfall for December.— :ird, 0.-ilin. ; 4th, O.l.'tin. ; 14th, U. lUin. ; luili, 1.:)ilin. Total, l.'J7i". Money-order ollici; opened at Koetong jKist-ollice. This will prove a great public convenience, especially during railway con struction. Mr Koliert G. Kent, who was for many years secretary to the Victorian Railways, ilicil at his residence, V ermont, last week, at the age of 71. Commonwealth notes, valued at £2,n0ll, were stolen from a...

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STATE BUDGET. The State Treasurer submitted his Budget statement on Thursday last. Following is a summary:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 December 1914

STATE BUIHSUT. The Stato Treasurer submitted liia Builfjet statement on Thursday last. Following is a summary :— Bevenue for last yuar, £10,572,817. Expenditure, JG 10,tit5*2,0'l,J. Deficit, £89,83'2. Estimatfid revenue for this year, £10,231,359. Decrease from last year's revenue, £341,453. Estimated expenditure, £11,231,859, Estimated ('.elicit, £1,000,000. Deficit to be made up by issue of Treasury bonds for £1,200,000. Railway revenue last year, £5,568,039. Eailvvay expenditure, £5,565,993, leav ing a surplus of £2,046. Tho estimated Bailway revenue is £5,248,000. The estimated Railway expenditure is £5,749,719, showing n deficit of £501,719. Tax on incomes over £500 to be raised Id in the £1 on personal exertion, 2d in tho £1 on property returns. Trading and insurance companies, lj in tho i'l. Stamp duties to bo doubled (with exception of duty on cheques). Duties on foreign and interstate bills of exchange to be reimposed. These will be 6d for each £25 up to £100, aud 1/ for oa...

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HIDES AND SKINS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 December 1914

HIDES A.M> .SKINS. Agriculturists and pastoralists alike aro severely affected by tlio decadence of tha hides and skins market. The industry of fellmongoring, at one time in a highly flourishing condition, is now almost de funct. Tho treatment of sheep skins, tho removal and washing of wool, and tho preparation of basils for market is a busi ness in which tho Commonwealth should lead every other country. We have tho raw material in abundance, but instead of handling it here and finding employment for our own people, skins are shipped abroad in millions to feed tho industrial activity of Germany and tho United States. Twenty years ago Geelong derived its then prosperity almost entirely from tho fell mongoring trade. Thero were no fewer than 28 tanneries working full time, em ploying 500 hands, and paying annually in wages nearly i'<10,000. Large capital had boon spent in buildings, and tho product turned out in tho form of scoured wool and basils was able to competo suc...

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GROWTH OF UNIONISM. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 December 1914

GKOWTU OF UNIONISM. The report of labor and industrial nmtterB which is to bo issued this week, under the direction of the Minister for Home Affairs (Mr \V. 0. Archibald) by the Commonwealth Statistician (Mr G. H. Knibbs), contains a review of the trade union movement in tlie Common wealth since 1891. It shows that the total number of unions in the several States increased from 621 in 1912 to 710 in 1913, and the membership from 438,224 to -107,925. Particulars nro nlso given in the report of the number of unions and membership in each State, classified in industrial groups. Ex cluding miscellaneous groups, tho largest is in tho railway and tramway service group (66,323 members), followed m the order named by tho pastoral and agricul tural group (51,096 members), shipping (40,913 members), mining (40,4-19 mem bers), engineering (39,145 members), food find drink (33,372 members), and building (31,544 meuihertj). Of tho 497,925 unionists, 477,721 are males and 20,204 females. The perc...

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THE CUDGEWA DAIRY COMPANY LIMITED. DIRECTORS' MEETING. [SUPPLIED.] [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 December 1914

THE C(II»OElV,V DAIKVCOiM I'ANV I.MIITEO. 1)1 kkctoks' mketin'u. [supplied.] Tho ordinary monthly mooting of JirootorH of tho above company was held lit tlio manager's office, Corryong, on Thursday Inst, when the following mem burs were present, viz., Mossrs Ben netts, Harris, Land, M'Kenzie, l'laylu and Hamilton (later) and the manager. This boing tlio first mooting of tin; board Hince tho annual shareholders' meeting, the manager took tho chair and invited nominations for tho position of chairman for tho ensuing twelve months. Messrs Harris, M'Ken/.ie and Playle wero nom inated. A ballot was taken, and each candidate received two votes. It was then agreed to decide tho question by lot, and Mr U. M'Kenzie was declared elected. Ho took tho chair, and thanked tho board for tho compliment paid him. Tho minutes of the previous meeting wore then read and confirmed. COllHESI'ONDENCE. From W. II. iilackliam and Co., Mel bourne, reporting sales in Melbourne as follow :—302 cases at ll^d a ...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. SATURDAY, 12TH DECEMBER. [Before Messrs Acocks, Cronin and Harris Js.P.] DEBT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 December 1914

corarr or j»i-:T'<"y scysaoivs.. Saturday, 1-jni [before mo^rs Acocks, Ctonin und Ibu-vi-A Jd.l'.j i-'KliT casks. J. Campbell v. \V\ Draper (adjourned* from v&th November).—Application for coiatui'merit linger the Fraudulent Debtors Aet, Mr flood speared for plaintiff.—Struck out. J. Campbell v. Aimio Kmusgrill.—. Claim fur £-3/iJ/11, yoods so:d and de livered. Mr liood appeared for plaintiff. —Struck out. J. Campbell v. Honry Stock »vell.— Claim fur "X-7,'3/3, gooda sold and do livt-rc-L?. Mr Hood appeared for plaintiff,. —S'.vuck ou:, J. Campbell v. Joseph Anderson.— Claim for Xlr/lVt dishonored promissory note. Mr Hoed appeared fur plaintiff.— Struck out. J. Lindsay YviUon v. Fbitip Frickie.— Claim fur ^oods sold and de livered. Mr Dainty appeared for plain tiff.— Suuck out. Findlay .T. Smith v. James J. Eudo.— CUim tor .1'")/ V, fur roods sohl and dc i:v«red. Mr Dal^uty appeared for plain tiff.—Stiiick out. John Doughty v. Tom Mann, bahnco owinu' for ^o.vis .s...

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

S'nOlic .'ViKiccs. ong CORTtYON ft. E. E. KNIGHT' iVgj&T&nr x.r.ii he ha.-'t.iUt-n over tiio noove well known hotcil, nnA hopes by strict detention to the requirements of patrons and keeping only the best brands of liquors to merit n continuance of the support accorded his predecessor. First'dass Billiard Table* marker in attendance.. Every attention paid to requirements ot Tourists and Travellers. GOOD GRAZING PADDOCKS & STABLING. Stopping place for CRAWFORD <& CO.'S COA.CHES, which leave .this hotel daily (Sundays excepted) for Tallaimatta. Corryoijg Coffss Fakes. MI S S E. E. HIL L, PROPRIETRESS. HE ABOVE well known house ol accommodation hns been renovated through out, nnd patrons may rely upon their .requirements receiving every attention. Reasonable tariff. Two tables. Piano. Bath. Good Stabling. Well Eqdippkd Billiard Room. Efficient MarkFjR. Tintaldba Hotel. F. P. Lucas, Licenses. First-class Accommodation for Thivellers. "'Best bra...

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THE Corryong Courier. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 December 1914

(£uvi;jjung (luiiujtL'1'. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1911. For tlio cuumo that lucks a-Mistimc-, Fur tho wrongs that need resiKUncu, For tlio future in tho d..iU uc, And the good that \vi can do. Tallaxgatta Thais.—Oa Thursday, 21th instant, a train will l-.::vvu Wo donga for Tallmigatta at 9.50 p.m., after the arrival of the four p.m. express from Melbourne. Piucsuytkuian- Ciiuitcn Picnic.—The annual picnic, in aid of tin; funds of tho Presbyterian Church, will be lu-ld in .Mr A. Harris' paddr.ek oil (lie ("or ryong Creek un New Year's I lay. A good programme of sports will be pro vided (sco advt.). Exclusions.— Tho Victorian ILiil wny department will issue tickets until 1st January for holid.iy i'xeni-sions from ail stations. Tho tickets are available; fur return from 2ord instant until 2nd February, but the return journey cannot be commenced until 2Jrd itisLinfc. Holidays.—A movements have boon made by tile Siate Cabinet for the ob-erv.uice of the Christina- 'iinl New Year hoilJay.-!...

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

Public JVotice. The Latest Bulletin. -«sn7lj%S?53a»»»^ ^ =asB??S!?!as»^ BIG CAPTURE OF FOOD SUPPLIES AND OTHER GOOD THINGS FOR XMAS, ¥ CAMPBELL lias obtained all tlxe 1 best Brands of Goods obtainable in Melbourne at special prices. i. . •.< » DRIED FRUITS.—Currants. Raisins, Prunes, Apples and Lemon Peel, ® ® ® ® ® A FINE RANGE of PRESERVED FRUITS, Specials in. Xmas. Puddings, Cakes and Biscuits.. ® ® ® ® ® CORDIALS in Lemon Squash, Lime Juice, Zingi, Raspberry Vinegar and O.T. Try the famous Berralla and make good. Hop Beer. ® ® ® ® ® XMAS. PRESENTS in great Variety^ in Glassware, Plate, Vases and Shaving Sets. A big selection in ' G.B.D. and L. and Co, Pipes. / ® ® ®® ® DON'T FORGET the DRAPERY DEPARTMENT, which is teaming with all the Newest and Latest Goods. v ® ® ®. ® ® ~v ' TAILORING DEPARTMENT.—Come and select your ' suit from the. largest and most complete range of Spring and Summer Samples in the district. Fit and. Satisfaction Guaranteed.. XMAS. TOYS of all des...

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

mm r; ?r r? n X mn What Clemen's Tonic can do in rer.torinR the ncivcs t> healihy power and making the weakened system strong. A letter in point which is worth reading. No. 6 Post Otljce Pl^ce, South Melb., 2/7/11. CLEMENTS TGr!!C LTD., 41 Your tonic is one of the quickest nerve and brain cures known, i tiiul all kinds of doctors' medicines, and got no relief as I linve frotn your tonic. I could not sund anyone talking to me. or the noise of the town traffic. I lost appetite and weight. I was that weak at times a child could push me over. I had to give up work. I lay hour afier hour awake, now I can j;o to bed and almost sleep at once. My case was one of the wor>: I ever heard of. I thought I would never pet well. I can hardly believe the s relief I have ?tai from Clements Tonic, r Nearly all those symptoms I told you r' of have left me, and two or three more bottles will make me s'.romj. Before this I was jjnin^ twice a wctk to the Melbourne Hospital, and many people were the...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 December 1914

S POUTI iVCr NOT US. Annual ami committee meeting.* of Corryoug Kaeinj; Cluli at Knight's Hotel on Saturday evening next. Sec advt. Stanley Wouton, a well-known jockey, formerly of Australia, lias been granted a commission fov service with a battalion of the Ki '.Val l''usiliers. Avlona won the Third Division Handi cap at Asjiemlale on Saturday by three quarters of a length, from the faat-iinis hing Donnibristle and Hrcakfoot. Mr K. Jone.V Donnibristle, .starting at | seven to one, ran second in the Third 1 Division Handicap at Aspeudale Park races on Saturday fast, finishing well. | In the ladies' riding competition at the | Dandenong Agricultural Show on Thursday a young man was discovered riding in a divided skirt, and wearing a veil and boxer hat, hut lie wan promptly disc^uaU lied, the prize going to Miss Knid Uenfree, who is one o! Lhe best horsewomen in the State. Kutrioa for Hurdle Knee and Corryong Handicap, to he run in connection with the Corryong Pony Racing C'luh's race...

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THE TALLANGATTA TRAIN SERVICE. The following is the existing time table for trains leaving Tallangatta:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 December 1914

THE TAI,L,AW«A'1TE,A TtEAIR SEKVtttE. The following is tho existing time table for trninB lonvin" Tallan»attn :— Monday ... Tnosday... Wednesday Thursday Friday ... Saturday 10.45 a.m. 8.80 a.m. 10.-15 a.m. (3.50 a.m. 10.45 a.m. 6.50 ii. id

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ALBURY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 December 1914

A LIS UK V HACKS. The summer meeting ot the Albury Kacing Club was held on 9th inst. in warm weather. There was n large attendance. Result? : — Hurdle Kace.—Jolly Sailor 1, Inverite2, Lyance 3. Won !ly half a length, Bett ing.—Winner, 2 to 1. Time, 3.r>3 2-5th. Maiden 1'Iale.—Wild George 1, Mi yousan 2, Jolly .Skipper .'5. Won by a length. Dotting.—Winner, 7 to 4. Time, I.104. AI bury Handicap.—Santiago I, W.L.S. 2, Swifty Joe 3. Won by half a length, lietting.—Winner, t to 1. Trial Stakes.—Mr Sim I, Wild George 2, liarbird 3. Won by a head. lietting.— Winner, 3 to 1. Time, 1.17 3-5t,h. December Handicap.—l'erdo 1, Lady Skopos 2, George Mac 3. Won easily by three lengths. Time, 1.18. Flying Welter.—W.L.S. 1, Watergate 2, Santiago 3. Won by a neck, lietting. —Winner, evens. Time, 1.32 4-5th. The authorities in Whitehall are able to apeak by telephone direct to General French. Messages are being received al most from the batllelield itself without de lay, and with as much ease as f...

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

Stud IVoticcs. T 10 STAND this season at "lJosebank, Towong— TIIK TlIOnOUGIIliUKD STALLION SHARPSHOOTER (14). Site : CI.ANliA-iALD (1). by St. Leger (:!). son of lJoncaster (5), son of Stockwcll (;i). from Scotch I.,n«si.; (imp.). by Scottish Chief (12), from Kosett-;, by Lord Lyon ;>), f.oii of Stuckwell (•')• Dam : \VEATfIRl!KVK. by Maxim (It!), -on of Musket t:5), from Galatea (sister^ to Pygmalion}, by Aprcmont (;l). fi»m Nail tilus, by Traducer (-0), from \\ eterw-itch (dam ut Natator), by Camden (17) ('-'.ilf brother to Yattcndun), from Meri.iaid. imp. (itam of LuiTme, Lu Loup, etc.). by Kim; Tom (:!), fioni Waterwitch, by 'Vise Flying Dutchman (U). Sharpshooter is :v blood brother to Broad sword. one oi the niiwt lirilliant gallopers in Australia, and wbu-e fee at the stud :s LruiM';is. , . , Winner of the Canterbury J.C. Middln I'ark I'late, Cvvsj-y Welter, Ouiitilin Champagne Stakes, Wellington Me rose Welter. Wia- | wetu Handicap. Williamstown Handicap. Sundown Hand...

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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 — 17 December 1914

' Postal' rates and regulations i i [Where tbo tonn "Tho Common wealth" is used in oonnection with those rates and regulations it includou Papua. Lord ilowo Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTKKS. 1 For every t ounce or fraction thereof. For delivery within tho Common wealth 0 1 For delivery in tho British Km pi're 0 X For delivery in tho New Hebrides, Bunks, and Torres Islands .. 0 2 For delivery in other places .... 0 LE'riElt CAliDS. For delivery within the Commonwealth : Single, Id. each; reply, Id. each half. For delivery in the British Empire (se« list of places under "Letters )—bin* gle. Id. each. For delivery in New Hebrides, Hanks, and Torres Islands—Single, 1X1. each. For delivery in other places— Single, L^d. each. POST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed with th« )d. stamp, and Kepiy or double cards, ea-eh half of which has the Id. sta:.^. impressed thereon, may be transmitted to places within the Commonwealth, aim to those places, ciiutnvT.wed under "Letters," to which lett...

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MATHIESON AND DAVIS [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 December 1914

MATHIBSON AND DAVIS Report holding their usual Albury fort nightly market on 8th inat. District and metropolitan buyers beiiif; strongly in evidence. Quotations :—Bullocks, to .£11/15/; cows, to XI1/15/ ; heifers, to ±8/12/6 ; veitlers, to -17. Comeback wethers, to 18/6 ; crossbred wethers, to 16/3 ; crossbred ewes, to 14/0 ; merino wethers; to 13/ ; merino o.ves, to 11/6 ; iumbs, to 12/4.

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DALGETY AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 December 1914

DALGETV AND CO. Report having held their fortnightly sale nt tlip Albnry yards on 8th inst., when they yarded 8900 sheep and 126 cattle. I'll era was a large attendance tit buyers. Quotations :— Bulljeks, to £11/9/; steers, to XI ; eows, to £8/10/ ; stears and heifers, to £7/18/. Crossbred wethers, to 17/0; crossbred ewes, to 14/0 ; merino wethers, to 13/11 ; merino ewes, to 12/ ; lambs, to 14/.

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WEEKLY HALF-HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 December 1914

WUEKI.V IJAI.S--JCOi.IOAV. Under tho factories and Shops Act that was nmended by Parliament recently, people refilling in any locality outside the metropolitan district can petition the Uovernor-in-Council to have some day ur other limn Saturday substituted for the weekly half-holiday. ' Letters which have been received by the Minister for Labour (Sir Alexander Peacock) show that hi country districts there is anxiety to avoid the observance of the holiday on different days during the week. Sir Alexander Peacock has explained that before the holiday could bo changed it would first be necessary to have a petition signed by a majority of the shopkeepers in the district affected. If this woro dona the Governor-in-Council had then to be im pressed that Saturday was not u suitable day for the observance of tlio half-holiday. The section of the Act rotating to the subject states that the Governor-in Conncil "may, if ho thinks fit," mako regulations. It is thought that some difficulty will ...

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CLEARING SALE AT BURROWYE. MATHIESON AND DAVIS [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 17 December 1914

CLEARING SALE AT BURROWYE. MATHIKSON AND DAVIS Report having held a most successful clearing sale on account of Mr William Collin?, Hurrowye, Upper Murray, on 2nd iust. There was an excellent attend ance, and representatives of all tho dis tricts in the vicinity, and tho whole of tile stock, plant, furniture ami sundries sold well, with tiie result that they made a complete clearance. Cows, willi calves at foot, made £6/13/ ; a nice line of speyed heifers made i';>/l/ ; 3 yr.-old bullocks, £6/W/G; 2J-yr.-olii steers, £5/10/; steers and heifers, from £"2/18/ to jL-1/1S/ ; Shorthorn bull, 113/10/ ; draught horses, to £30. Crossbred ewes and lambs, 13/3 ; merino ewes, at 7/. The whole of the plant, furniture, eta., realised satisfactory prices.

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