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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Whore 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 — 19 February 1914

Postal rates and requlations [Whore the term "The Commou vreallh" iK use<rin connection with thobo rates unci regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe isluir.l, and Noit'oii; LJiilKiiS. Boo!:s printed cr.U'.de Aus tralia T For overy i ounce or jjaction thereof. For deliver)* within the Cu:na:«jii ;vt-:iliii 0 I For dehvory in tho liriiijh Fm pi it* 0 I I'V.i delivery in tlit New lielu'.dos, tl;iixks, and Torres Islands . - 0 5! For deiivurv in other tdncea ... U 1 XTl'El! CAKOri. •'"or delivery wiihm the C'oniinoir.veaUh • , Single, Ivi, i-aoh ; reply, 111. ea< h h;«:t | •'or delivery in the liutish Krapiro 1 li'it 01 phiec.-; undet "Letter:.") i id. each. For Ufiivery in _W>v Ifcuri;!--, !*:• iiki an.i Torrei: Ldand:--Sin j,ie% %Jd. each. ■ dobvery in olh» r phovj— j «jd. v^eh. I foi^t (wans. 1 Siir/:\- I5-.'.--:e i rd.-. tvirh t.Vi Id. arap, a'.d Fe-.-plv tv >i eis'h lad! '•} w.peh jair ,;o- J: •Jij '."I:, it.uV r.e t i"»t i i 1: * c. to pili-XTj V.iUil...

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

I'n&lic Notzce. Corryong and Upper Murray Agricultural and Pastoral Society, TWENTY-TI-JTRD annual show TO BE HELD IN COIiRYGXGr PARK. OH 'v Wednesday & Thursday, ISfcli and 19th March, 1914, President.— Mr T. N. Bexxetts. . v V ice • Presidents. — Massrs W. B. Hamilton, W. K. Phillips and II. L. Parslow. Committee.—Messrs A. T. Darilett, D. J. Crouiu, A. Harris, II. Harris1, A. L. Hamilton, J. Humphrey, F. Jager, R. E. Knight, A. J. Laud, E. E. M'Kenzie, H. . ..l. Kaokervis, C. E, Patoo, t_ ' H. J. Paton,' G. N. ^ lis. ives, Jus. H. Ross, L. Sheaiher. and J, H. Simpson. * Treasurer.—Mr A. T. Ba.ril.ett, PRIZE-LIST, HORSES. Class A.—Draughts. Entry fee for noil members, 5/. ■ ' 1 Draught Stallion, 3 years or over, ist, £2, gift of Messrs R.- H. Smyth and Co. ; 2nd, 10/. 2 Draught Colt, 2 years, ist, 20/ ; 2nd, cert. ' ' ~ 3 Brood Mare, with foal at foot. ist, 201; 2nd, cert. 4 Dry Mare, 4 years or over. ist, 20/; 2nd, cert. " 5 Farm Geldii:g, 4 years or.ovsr: ist, 15...

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YOUNGHUSBAND, ROW AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 February 1914

Report hiving hold their fortnightly sale of fat nii'1 store stock at thoir Wodonya yardn on 10th inst., when thov offered fat and utnro entile. Tho attendance of buyers was an average ono. .Quotations : —Bullocks, tn i' 10/1*1/; cows, to £7/7/6 ; vealers, to £-1/15/ ; springers, tn 1*5/12/0; store bullocks, 4-yrs.-old, to £8/13/. YOCWUIiUBmSD, ROW AND 00.

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WODONGA MARKET. DALGFTY AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 February 1914

WODONGA MARKET. DALGF.TY AND CO. Report having hol<l their fortnightly market on 10th inst., when thoy ynnlod '250 f:it and aforn cattle fin;l V20 fat.^henp. Thoy quote :—Hullnuk*, to £8/10/ ; cows, to X'5/19/ ; hftif«rs. to XG/7/ ; vpiilrri, from X2 ; buUot-k.-i, *1 vrs.-uM, to £7. hJhc?ep —Put lambs, to 10/ ; merino owes, 7/1.

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

Public Notices. TOWQNG TURF CLUB. ANNUAL~RACES. Thursday and Friday, 2Cfcb and 27th February, 1914. PRESIDENT—MR J. F. II. MITCFTFLL. Stcwanls-Mwrs J. Dobm-on, C. M. FlnJliiJ, J. Gib son, A. Harris, n. \V. Hood, W. E. Milcli.'ll, E. Q. M-lllnw. I'. J. M'Mi-.'tin, H. C. M'Ki-nllf. K. J. Miicklnmm, \V. M'Trail, T. F.uo.i, J. jut].. II. I'. Wnt-o.i, C. WuUts. C. V,\ Vh«liT, W.V.'li'H'lcr, jnu , I'. J. M'.MreWu. Starter—Mt V,'.K. Phillips. . Ulsri ol Snl?i -Mr T. N. Ik-.ii.ttt'. CK-rU of Course-Mr J.u. IIo«ti«n Haiuik-appiT.—Mr ,T. F. UUir. Timck«.'|«r-SIr F. J. Scr.um.ell, juo. FIRST DAY (Thursday, 26th Eebruary.) MM DEN PLATE, of 10 bovs.—Second horse to receive 2 »ovs. out of stake. For maiden horses. Weightfor age. Five furlongs. Nomination, WELTER HANDICAP,f.r.t, B"«e" let (-.".auo 8 aov^.). Second,_ bracelet (value 1 Lowest weight. Six furlongs. Nuininnuon, of- . «" fls.o^v5vSisnACE. of 5 govs.—Fur horse* 14.2 a.u, Twelve vards Bturt allowed for every inch under maximum height. Th...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 February 1914

SPORTING NOTES. rowong Knees Next Thursday and Friday. First race at 12..SO each day. Popinjay won -the Oakleigh Plate at Cnnlliold 011 Saturday, with Nuwara Eliya second, and Four Flush third. Acceptances and general entries for the Towong Annual Races, to be held on SGtli and '27th February, close on Monday night next ('23rd insl.), at nine p.m., with tho secretary (Mr Acocks), Corryong. Widden, by winning the Hurdle Race at Cnnlfield on Saturday, has now won three times over hurdlei in succession for Mr Pharez Phillips, who made a good bargain when he purchased the Grafton gelding from Mr Kerry Pierce tor £150. A meeting of the committee of the Cor ryong Racing Club was held at the Coffee Palace on Friday evening, when the fol lowing members were present, viz., Messrs A. Bartlett (chairman), Waters, Camp bell, Hood, Harris, Masters and Hamilton and the secretary. A vote of thanks was passed to Mr J. Heyenga for his assistance in connection with the recent meeting, and it was deci...

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CORROYONG PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. THE WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 February 1914

COKISVONG PROGKESS ASSOCIATION. THE WATER SUPPLY. A meeting of the executive of the above association was held at tho Courier office, Corryong, on Tuesday evening, to consider the report of the sub committee upon the Corryong Water Supply. The following, metr.-. bars were present, viz., Messrs A.. Harris (chairman), \y. Davis, Cum mins, I'tialte, Greenhill, Hunilton, Playle, Campbell, lirown and A,. B.artlett (hon. secretary). The sub committee (Messrs Campbell, Cum mins acd Eartlett), submitted, the fol-. lowing report :— In accordanco with instructions re ceived wo have investigated the prcpoaal to supply Corryong with water by moana of a gravitation scheme from Thougla Crook, and we submit herewith tho pre liminary estimate prepared by Mr J. T. N. Anderson C.E., also a statement of tho probable annual revenue, based on a rate of 1/6 in tho i'l. with a minimum of 30/ for tenements and a charge of 5/ ior each Crown allotment. Mr Anderson's, oatimated annual cost is £217, and our es...

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CORRYONG A. & P. SOCIETY. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 February 1914

cokkvong a. & p. sociirrv. COMMITTEE MEETING, A meeting of the committee of the above wis held nt Knight's Hotel, Corryong, on Monday evening, when the /allowing HK'iiiberd were preseiit, viz., Messrs T. Bennetts (chairman), Humphrey, Parslow, Knight, jNtr u - kerns, A. and IJ. IJarris, Sheather, liavyes, Futon, Land and liartlett and the secretary. A letter was read from Mr Abern, M .P., accepting invitation to attend the show. Uepurtmeut of Agriculture v.'rolt: saving that a lec ture'ou evil; <?iwould he given ;u Oi;iryo-.j;/ on 18;h iuft. The see rcmiy reported rh::t arrangements hud oeen in.;.;..- with the Tumbarumba Pictures On, to give entertainments on show nights. The secretary re ported that a meeting had been held on the show grounds duriug the after noon, when it was decided to build milking yards and to leave the addi tional horso yards until next year, making what alterations wore required in the present ones. Mr II, Nan kervis reported that he had in...

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THISTLE INSPECTOR CRITICISED. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 February 1914

THISTLE I.XKI'KC'TOli cuiricisuu. At the last meeting of the Towong Shire. Council a letter wa9 read -fvoiiu Thomas, r,«»y, TtiHarigntt.i, cotnpltiining of the action of Thistle Inspector Murphy in tak ing action against him tor the eradication of Patterson's curae in spite of the fact that he had employed a man to attend to the weed as soon as he could after getting the notice. The writer said the inspector had admitted that he did not see the weed, himself, hut had heen informed of its existence Uy a councillor, and he con sidered f.hat the inspector had nut treated him fairly. Cr Lobban ?aid he had parsed on to the inspector certain complaints which had heen made regarding this property. Answering Cr M'Gralh, the inspector said lie took it for granted that thistles .vcre on the land, after the matter had been mentioned to him by a councillor. Owing to the great amount of country thai hail to be gone over, it was necessary to "bluff' a good lot ! Of course, he would not go to cour...

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CRICKET. TOOMA v. CORRYONG. The return match between those teams was played at Tooma on 11th inst., and the Tooma team won by 75 runs. Scores:—CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 February 1914

«;£S5<JJ£13T. TOOMA v. COnitYOMG. Tho return mitoh between those teams was played at Tooma on 11th insfc., uml the Tooma team won by 75 runs. ScDre3 :— CoilIVEONa. C. Findlay, o 3mordon, b Nicholls, 19 ; A. Mulloy, b J. Mocatta, 1 ; P. Crawford, o Groiivoa, b J. Afocutta, 0 ; J. Knight, b Niuholls, 35 ; T. Lukins, b Nicholls, 0 ; E. Knight, c and b Nicholls, 12 ; W. Whitehead, b Nicholls, 0 ; h. Emerson, b Nicholls, 0 ; A. Eastlaku, c C. Mocatta, b Nicholls, 1 ; Crebbin, b Donelan, 4 ; B. Carvor, st. Bui livan, b Nicholls. 2 ; J. Whitehead, not out, 0.—[Total, 74 runs. Bowling.—J, Mocatta, 2 wickets for 14 runs ; iJ. Nicholls, 8 for 20 ; S. Donelan, X for 10. Tooma. H. Bullivan, h Crawford, 33 ; W. Hindi cliff, b Crawford, 12; J. Kittson, b Crawford, 11 ; C. Ragan, c Lukina, b 11. Knight, 13 ; h. Greaves, b Crawford, 0 ; C. Mocatta, b Crawford, 0 ; H. Siucrdou, b Crawford, 1 ; B. Truynoi', b Crawford, 0 ; S. Donolan, b JGukins, 13 ; S. Nicholls. not out, 8 ; J. I Mocatta,...

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

Public Polices. "The Corryong Courier." NOTICE. TN conscience of the conditions irn-. posed by the Country Printers* Wii^g. Hofinl — thfi iimt.'nded nwnrd of which mm*.; into operation on 27th October—wo nre compelled to frauin several new rc-ju l.uion-* in re^ud to Advertisements and Correspondence intended for insertion in the Courier. Notice is hon-by yiven tlmt these ruled will bo adhered to. strictly. Advertisement?. — All iu-w advertise ments must, be in hand h} 4 p.m. 012 \Ve«lm*S'h«y*. Changes of siumlin^ advertisements will not bo received niter 10 a.m. on Monday*. Curre«-pond*-nre, etc. — All Torres porxieuco and a'.h"r uihUt imi?t hr? in'hand by 0 p.m. on Tuos IdVH. other wise? insrr ion cannot In? ^nn.'-Hi't^d. Areorint*.— Ordc r* be paid ndvnnce, unless the person ordeiing. buy an account at this ottko. A. T. 15AIiTLETT, Proprietor. Honsy, ! IppINEST Extracted Hnn-->y for" Hilo, -1- Pi if ■* :—001b. tin. cu«»h, 15/ : booked, ftni'iller lot?, *ld poi* lb, if ! tin fcu...

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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 February 1914

THE SlIB-l'ltEASlRV. Mr A. O'Leary, receiver and pay-, master, supplies us with the following - list for public information :— Accounts awaiting Payment — Dr, Greenliam, W. H. Dickenson, A. Albert, V. Ro®:in, A Play:-.1. T. H PittT^ou, P. Chitty. U. Bias!:, j C. a 2-hnei.icr. Leases for Kxe ::ii:-n—r T. Hi::s H. Lee. M. ii. Ha es L.J f isicm-. _ Leases tor Delivery.—J. H E. Kc-i dali, E. Jefifcott, jr., G. C- Smith, G. Lord, H. G. Cheshire. Crow.n Grants for Delivery. — If. M'Namara, E. Smith, L. MoucriefF, A,. J. SmeUlcy. A terrific explosion occurred ou Friday at tlie Hercules power factory at Kenvil, in New Jersey. ronr of the workmen were killed, and the plant was totally destroyed. So complete was the d-'strav'-. tion that no face can bp fount cii 01J bodies of the victims., Mr A. L. M. Steele, formerly a sergeant in_ the Victorian, police force, died at j Wangaratta last week, at the age of 75. Mr Steele wag.stationed at Wangaralta at. the time that the Kelly gang of. bush ran...

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ALBURY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 February 1914

ALBUTVY PR01>UC8 MARKET. Tim A1 n'try Wool imii Prori'j^o linkers (M,"ws Ynnn^linsbrin:!, Row and Co., Jna. Cnlquhonn and Sons, Diil'jcty and Co., and MithiMmi and Drr.'i-) report litddinq tlie iisiiul monthly si»!« of but (■tiers' and station pro luao at Albury on !3tb ir.ai. \ ".lotl *iUondtui(Mi of b 11 vers were pros&m. Quotations :—Wool.— Crossbred and mrnno flnoce, in bulcs, to 10)d pur lb. ; Iambs' wool, to 0J1. Slicep skins.—Sound full-wool skins, to 7.1d per lb. ; crosRbrod p.-i'is, to Gd ; bimb skins, to Cd. llidns.—Sound hides, to 8^1 pnr 11). ; dry hidos, to 01. Tallow.—Bnsfc in pipns, tn £25/10/0; casks, to i"21. Iiiibbit Skins.—Unelussed skins iit.ido to 7d per lb.

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THE INCOME TAX. THE CURRENT RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 February 1914

'S'SIM TAX. THE CU1UJEXT KATES. Personal From. Exertion. Property, Every £1 up to£500 8d "... Gil An exemption of £-00 is allowed. No person who"o income from persona!; exertion ami property did not exceed £200 si,all he liable to tax. The rates for companies ave Sd for lifo assurance companies and 7d for others. One step won't take yon very far— You've pot to keep on walking; One word won't tel! folks what you ars— You've ;;ot to keep on talkin;;; One inch won't make you very, tall— You've t;ot to keep o.i growing ; One little " ad." won't do it all— You've cot to keep 'em ROinR. Printed and published by Auiekt T, Bautli.-it, .Solo 1'ioprietor, m ihu oilici'i Hhij!.'uii utruu, iu thy SUlu'uf Vic.uriu,. £.wd to £i,«oo i'1,000 to £1,500 Over £1,300 4,1 3d (id 8.J lOd liid

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TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 February 1914

XOWOSG sniltc COUNCIL. The ordinary monthly mooting of abovo body was held on Monday, 9th inst., at the Council Chambers, Tallangatta. The following ujembors were present, viz., Crs Irvine (president), Scobie, M'Grath, Paton, Nankervis, Tobin, Lobban, Card well, Dobinson, Brindley, Cronin and Sutherland. Minutes of provioue meet ing vyere read and confirmed. COHRKSPONDENCE. Secretary of Royal Geographical So ciety of Australasia wrote :—"Our Society is trying to obtain the meanings and his tories of the place names throughout the State of Victoria. If you have any in formation on this subject, the Society will bo greatly obliged if you will forward it. It will be recorded and eveni uallv pub lished."— President supposed thu Society wanted a list of aboriginal place names, with their English interpretation.—Cr Sutherland named Mr Wheeler, of Cud gewa, as one of the best authorities in the district.—Cr Dobinson mentioned Mr Fetor Mitchell as a good authority on the subject.—Referred t...

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THE MARKETS. MELBOURNE MARKETS [BY WIRE.] Wednesday, 6 p.m. Messrs Muthieson and Davis, of St. James' Buildings, Williams-street, Melbourne, wire us as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 February 1914

THE MARKETS, MKLISOU UN 1-: MA UK FA'S. [By Wire.] Weclnaadny, G p.m. Mussrs Muthioson and DaviB, of St. James' Biiiltliuga, Williams-stroot, Mol bourne, wiro ns as follows:— Fat Cuttle.—2700 were drawn for, but owing; to threatened striko trouble thn supply was very considerably cut, off. There was n fair demuid, and prices ruled practically unchanged. Prime pens oibulloeks, i"11 to £12/5/; extra. £13/15/; good, £'9 to 110/10/; «ood, li^rht and hnn.ly, £8/10/ to £0/10/ ; seconds mid inferior, from £G. Best per.s of cows, .£7/10/ to £9 ; odd bep.sts, to £L1 ; good, ,£6 to £7 ; others, from i'3/10/. Fut Calves, — 700 penned. Pricec firm. Fat Sheep. — The supply was much lighter than anticipiiied, and proved within requirements, the demand was active, although competition was limited to a moderate attendance ol buyers for local consumption, yet prices ruled de cidedly in advance of former rates to wards the close. However, the improve ment was not. generally maintained. For 1 prime he...

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THE RAINFALL. THE YEARS' RECORDS. Following are the rocords of the rainfall for 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912 and 1913:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 February 1914

THE THE TEAKS' KECOUJXS. Fu'.iC.v.-ins nre the roooriU of tho rain full fcr 1005, 1!J0(S, 1907, 10C3. 1900, 1910. 1011. IP12 :tml !'.)13 : — CO-85 Of: fit. AO-U: l:A 8l> sr,-o;! RS-'-T, or.-Kt: OA-O!. 1 r-v-t 1 s oLti AL-0 VL-V c.o-r, r-i'-i •;.n0 'Ji-0 or- !• lilil i!:i: I'J-0 ■ OA-I OA.f! •Ji-1 i;: o n n:-v: 1 tH-l 1V-7, !!?-S OH-i LTyl ob-i: CM' TJO c.ii-r, s:'J i: i it -e 00 I (i'.'-f: W- I os'-r, I'-I-'S' ;iu-r, 19-?. 8(5-0 fsi'-r, i'1-5 Z'J-1 1 ■Z Hli-o r.'.'-i •.my r-1 Kf-'J SI- c r v !!0-". 11-1 VL-Z ()!!•<* ■M" (' (i 0 '.i ( oii-r. oo-r, Ii-'J r-(i-1 Zi-'j •>>iii (• "i i !:?•■() rC.-fj !:o z !)(!.() ■jim: Zl'7, 0 7 ~- [ (ill () fiO-O <-t:« i.-i-i Ol-f> AK-I (10-1 li !' HI) 1 !:!•{• SB-S A!M! IS'-O 10-1 w:-o ii;-o •■'"IV i tVJ- 1 .AO V 00-1 T-LX F-C..V oo-r, Hi-0 KM ''I-'.-! Z 11 u Mi Z 00 z HIT <j l -r, MM 'UN I {:-o "'-i' r fiUSI •(,!')I UGI 01151 008[ 8001 Win 90(11 'JOOI -

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MUCTUM IN NUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 19 February 1914

nim.tw.'i a:« swob. Will wo, market to-day. The Country Koad.s IJoard will visit Tallangatta on 2;ith instant, via Omen. Mr C. B. Robin, Tallaugatta, announces liis next visit to Corryong anil district elsewhere. Those liable to send in income tax re turns should not fii.il to do 30 before the end of this month. Trouble in tile Melbourne meat trad.) still continufo. The employes huve de manded n conference in >18 hours. Mr C. Hyson, of I'ethersti;:! n.tn 1 Dyson, tailois, Melbourne, will visit (lorryong to-day (Thursday), and may be seen at Jager's Hotel, with new season's pat terni. Tho Main Roads Board is now on the road between bright and Omeo. Froiu there it will visit Glen Wills nnd Tal langattn, and will probably como 011 to Corryonu, Mrs Anderson announces elsewhere that she hasopened a boarding house in the old To.vong Hotel, and will supply meals anil li^lit refreshments during Towong Race Days. Probate has been granted in respect of the will of the late .Sir William Lyn...

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

Public Notice. 9 fo the people of Corryong aijd District, HAS decided to still further offer the . same inducements for Cash or Booking, as fofferedNfcst months The following are the Cash and ^Booking Prices for the undermentioned goods Cash. Booked. Best Flonr (bag) .... 18/ 19/ l'ollarcl, bus. v,, 1/8 1/8 1/9, 1/9. Bran, bus. Sugar (bag). .... 16/11 18/ Kerosene, case. 12/6. 13/6 E. Salt .... 8/ - 8/6 L. Salt, best •.... "10/6 11/6 No. 8 Wire, American, 13/ 14/ Barb ...,' .... V, 19/ 20/ Also, a great clearing out of Oddments in the fir apery and Boot Departments, All odd lines are being turned out, and will be cleared at special prices that will ensure a quick sale. - .See the Oddment table, on wliicli are pcldments in Boots and Shoes,. Skirts, Blouses, Children's Dresses, One-piece Robes, Corsets, Bibbons and Gloves. BEMNANTS, TheBemnant table is laden with bar gains in Dress Muslins, Prints, Fancy Muslins, Sateens, Art Muslins, Galateas, Shirtings, Table Linens, and many other ...

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

Public NoJicofi. OOK"EYv)NG. . B. Er- KNIGHT |_j ERE BY notifies that lie ha~ taken over the nbuva well known hotel, and.bopsB' by strict ntle.niion to ihs requirements of "patrons \'ind keeping only tho^best brands of liquors 10 merit a continuance of. the support accorded his prodcooBSor.' - First-class BtlliarJ Table, marker in attendance. v • Every attention paid to requirements of Tourists and Travellers. , . •' GOOD GRAZING PADDOCKS & STABLING. " . ' Stopping place for CRAWFORD & CO.'S COACHES, which leave this hotel daily (Sundays excepted) .. for Tallangafcfca. MISS JE. E. HILL, PEGPRIETRESS. jf7|"0E ABOVE well known house ol ncnoiimio.lation hns.boen renovniod thresh* 8 out, nni\ patrons may rely upon their requirements recoivin*;. evory attention. A Reasonable tsiiff. Two tables. Piano. Bath. Good Slubliiij. VVki.l Eqci?:'):d Bilj.ta'hd Rjom. Efficient JI.vukek. IIATItDriHSSEK'S oALOON" onlhn premises. PURE, WELL-MATURED J. L'ONGSTAFF & SONS, YACKAX...

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