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CHURCH NEWS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 December 1914

I ===== i cmjfccu m:\vs. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. A Carol Service will be rendered in Alt Saint's Church of England, Corryoti", ou Christmas nio:;:in^ at 10.3(1, when' an Anthem snitaitlo to the oct-iijiun will be sua^. There will also be the Christmas, i celebration of Holy Communion.

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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WODONGA MARKET. YOUNGHUSBAND, ROW AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 December 1914

WODOXGA MAIIKET. VOL'NtillUSJIANIi, HOW AND CO. Koport having held thoir usual fort nightly salo of fiit iinil storo stock at their Woilonqn yririls oil 15th inst., when tlic.y ol'f-jrecl 180 head of c ittlu. Tho uttoml iu)co of buyers ira< not m tjood 111 of Into. They <]uote :—linllock*. to .£12/12/0 ; fat steor.-i, to i'7 ; cows, to A!'.)/")/; venlcrs, to i'5.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 December 1914

SUnl Noficos. rjiO STAND this season nt ''Kosebank," J- Towong— TEE TIIOBOUGHIIRED STALLION SHARPSHOOTER (14). Sire: CLANliANALD (1), by Si. Le-er f3),, son o£. Doneaster (5), son of Stoekwell (3), from Scotch Lu^ie (imp.), by Scottish Chief (1-), ivoni Uosctto, by Lord Lyon (1), son of StocJiweli (3). Dam : WliA'l'IlEUEYE, by Maxim (12), son of Musket <'!), from Ciiilatea (sister to I'yemuUou), by Ayrcmcmt (3), from Nau tilus, by Tnulucer (211), from Wtifertvilcli : (ilam of Niitntor), by Camden.(17) (half brother to Yattendon), from jMerm.tirt, imp. (dam o[ l,urline, he Loup, etc.), Iiy Kiiir Tom (•'!}, from Wuterivitcli, liy Tin l'lying Outeliinan (II). Sharpshooter is a lilood lu-other In llrnad sword, one of the most brilliant •;.illopers in | Australia, and who-o fee at the stud is 30 guineas. Winner of the Canterbury J.C. Middle Park ' Plate, Cressy Welter, Dmiedin Cliampayne 'Stakes, Wellington Me rose Welter. Wia ivetu Hnmliriip. Willi.-inistoivn. Handicap, i Sun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 December 1914

Public. iVolicn. J. J. Universal Providers, 30RRY0NG, I EE NOW Making a Splendid Display ol Seasonable Drapery, Millinery, Etc. Printed Voiles, Embroidered .Crepes, Poplins, Cashmeres, Piques, Tussore" Silks, Dress Linens, &c. Ladies' Blouses and Costumes ill* 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 new 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, ALES AND ...

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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 — 24 December 1914

Tin-: ma nid-rrs. MKLMOUKNK MAI! KKTS. [l!v Willi-..] Weclnusdi'.y, G p.m. Messrs Mnthieson and Davis, of St. ! Jiimcs' ]!uililin^s, Williams-street, Mel | bourne, wire us us follows :—■ Fut Cuttle. — 3.8G0 yarded. Tlio market opened linn at. about lust week's rates, but impruvuil in tlio aftonioon, and closed fully 10/ to 15/ hi^lior. Prime [inns of bullocks, X'l l/10/ to XIG/10/ ; extra, to .E17/7/(i ; odd beast*, liit^hur ; Kond, X'12/10/ to I'M ; poo l, lisjlit and Imtuly, X10/12/0 ; seconds- and inferior, from J2(i/10/. Prime pens of cows, .£10/10/ to X'll/l'i/C) ; odd boasts, higher ; h00i'i X8 to X!)/15/ ; others, from X'J/10/. Fut Calves. — 1,050 ponncil. Best quality woro firm, and oiiiers decidedly lower. Fnt Sheep. — 59,000 ynnlei], Best sheep were (inner, while other descrip tions were firm lit lute nucs. Frit ijamb.s.—If,S,000 penned. The do liinnd wus firmer, and prices ruled slightly in adviince of lute rates.

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THE WAR. ALLIES MAKE PROGRESS IN THE EAST. BRITISH FLEET SHELLS THE BELGIAN COAST. BRITAIN HAS TWO MILLION MEN UNDER ARMS. RUSSIAN SUCCESSES IN POLAND. ENEMY DRIVEN BACK. ITALY REPORTED TO BE ON EVE OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 December 1914

ALOES MAKE'PROGRESS IN THE EAST. BRITISH FLEET SHELLS THE BELGIAN COAST. BRITAIN HAS TWO MILLION MEN UNDER ARMS.. RUSSIAN SUCCESSES IN POLAND. ENEMY DRIVEN BACK. ITALY REPORTED TO BE ON EVE OF WAR. /'* Working in conjunction with the British Fleet, wliich is bombarding the Belgian coast, the Allien have made further progress in the north. Heavy lighting in t.iio Lille district has resulted in the Allies regaining the ground previously lost at Meuve" Ohiippelle, They havu also progressed on the Aisne nnd Oise. Advices from lv)me confirm previous reports of ihe complete defeat of the .Germans north of the Vistula. The Germans have heeii driven back into East Prussia. Mr Lloyd George announces that the British have now 2,000,000 men under arms, lie further states that the British war expenditure now exceeds £45,000,000 monthly. There are now 000,000 Austro German troops in West Galicia attempting to relieve the Cracow ami l'r/.emsyl gnrrisons, which are besieged by the .Rus sians. I'rz...

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MULTUM IN NUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 December 1914

Mil lull's hi a\ ,\iu:n. 'J'owoii^ Shin1 Council meets on -}t!i .January. I'icnic and spurts niceliti'' uL Cmlyowa on livSt h ifjHt. Presbyterian Church picnic on Nmv \ ear's Day. See advt. Corryon- I'ony lUciii;; Club's social on uoxmjf Sou advt. lowon^ Shire Council invito lenders fur oats mid chaff. Si!i> advt. I-nw,^"yv'ri;v"^ n"J n ""'W i ro>»|iurou»i xSow i i;;ir t.o otic :uul ull. Fourteen nominal ions have been received for selection as I lie l.ahor candidate for the lleuiJiyo by-election. The banks throughout Victoria will hi' closed on the followim; dates al Christmas and New Year :—Kriilivy, Will December ; Saturday, 'Jtilli December! Alomlay, isth December ; Friday, 1st January, and Saturday, -Jnd January. In DieAssembly recently, the ,Murray Hiver Waters liill was read a first time. The works include the provision of stor age at Cumberoetia, or some other suitable site on the Upper .Murray, the estimated cost of which is JCl,:ifi.-f,(l(iij. Holders of licenses und...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 December 1914

As a result of the death M Alfred Kearor, who sumimhed to injuries received whilst working at I ho Victorian Iron *Kolliu^ Mills, dud^e on Friday awarded his wile ami family compensation- to the amount'of lV»UO. This is the lirst cast under the recently passed Workmen's. Compensation Act. Oh, merchant in this hour of cec, [f on this paper yon .should ccc, Tako our advice, and now be vyy, Go straightway out and advertiii. You'll fin:) the project of some mm ; Neglect can offer no extpjq. Hp wise at onco prolong your daaa, A silent hiiKino^ soon dkkk. Printed and published hy A. T. IlAUTLKTT,. Sole Proprietor, .'it the olliee, Hanson^,, street, Corryon^, in the Slate of Victoria..

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OBITUARY. DEATH OF MR C. CROWE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 December 1914

OU1TIUKY. DEATH UK Mit C. CKOWK. The many friends of Mr Colquhnun Crowe, of North Welaregang, will regret to learn that he passed over In the great majority on Friday last at the age of 80 years. The cause of death was general break-up, deceased having been in very poor health for some months. Mr Crowe was a very old resident of the district, and was held in high esteem by all who had the privilege of his acquaintance, lie was a reserved man, and did not take much to do with public affairs, but was very charitable and gave gener ous support to all movements for the benefit of the district. He was an elder of the Presbyterian Church, and took a prominout part'in the church work. He was formerly in partner ship with his brother Joseph—unLil tile latter's death some sixteen years ago. Mr Crowe leaves a widow and five children — Messrs John, Lindsay and Gregory and Missus Nina and Hilda—for whom deep sympathy will lie felt in their bereavement. The burial took place at Corryong on Satur...

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CORRYONG PONY RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 December 1914

COKKYONG l'ONY RACING CLUB. Tlie following are the weights for the two principal events to le run nt. the Cor ryong I'ony Racing Glut's races on Satur day next (Hexing Day) i— Hurdle Jiace.—Only George, I0.-I ; liun zurkn, 10.0 ; Kedgown. 9.7 ; Toy, S.S ; relet, 8.5. i Miniature Handicap.i-l)oubtful, Hope ful, Cricket, M.L.A. l'ourtecn-IIaud Ilawicap.—My ]ietty (iiite Lady lietty), llojeful, l'eter, Lea, Adeline, Goldlee. j Corryong Handicap. — Gawlee, 9.0 ; Only George, 'J.O ; iiun:url;a, 9.0 : liar gain, 8.12; Kedgown, 7.i; Doubtful, 7.0. Ladies' Nraeelet.—lelty Brent, My Hetty (into Lady Hetty , Doubtful, Lea, Adeline, Emu Vale, Qiiteuic, Greuuvale.

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THE TALLANGATTA TRAIN SERVICE. The following is the existing time table for trains leaving Tallangatta:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 December 1914

'S'lIE. TALI,AS<i.VI"t'V TICAI3I SKUVICG. ■ The following is tlio existing time tublo - for trains leaving Tullur-siitta :— Monday ... Tuesday... Wednesday Thursday Friday ... Saturday 10.45 a.m. 8.80 a.ui. 10.45 a.m. '5.50 a.ui. 10.45 a.m. 0.50 a.m.

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THE INCOME TAX. THE CURRENT RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 December 1914

THU iNCO.TIK TAX. THE CUIJKKNT lJATES. !' From Kr.<»riion. Property. Kvery CI up to ,t*r>no :M ... (i<l An exemption «if j.^aitrnved. No person wlm i' income from personal exertion an<l pioperi v ilM noL exeoeil 13)0 shall Ik? liable (u tux'. TJie rules for companies are S»1 for life n-i.suraiu-e .»ompanies'unJ 7«I for others. L'fillO In Clo'"1* Ci.HMU lu C 1'0 Over .Ci,f>inj •i.l r»i <;•! s.i KM l-J.I

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THE RAINFALL. 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 — 24 December 1914

tub-: ajAiNn-wii.i.. TI1E YEAKS' KUCOUDS. Following are iln' rcconls of the rain-, fall Ic r !<J0r«, l'.KJti, l'.IOT, l'JOS, 1009, 1910, 1911, 1911> mill 1-J13 : — cn sr. Oo-nr :g-u: t,l sr. ho or; RO-Ao fiS-lflS 0~,.Rf: oa-ofi is o n •; 1 s I'l'J 0 r-A-o aa 0 1A-i' G0-o e-i-i '-•i'U Oo-l' gg-I If:-!! H'-o Oi-T OA-:: '•a-l Ii:-0 •Any l'.: i ■ mi IK, nr- o IK-1 A?.. I sis-i; cm •i;>0 IV.I-L 1 Mo 991 O'j-:: ho-1 l 1 -T 'jo r, 1'.I-? .-GO S'l z 01- 'J < i ei-o h'G-O z'J-1 r Kr-'J si 1 <-' 1! 00 o 1A-1 'Jl-i: Oir-'J A'lur 0 !/[■:; tv, r o',i-r; IA-<j i:0-!: r-ii-T oA-'J .'mill' l-L i i:r, 0 r-u-r, ;:oz I!: o !:!■: o •JU-O r-i-o i <-1) rr-1 go-o WO-O oil i: i:a-I ill-?. as'-1 O'.M |u.lV i-JL-t so-i 1 I >:'J z it:-!: IM-0 TO-1 h:mi ag-0 ,J"K I'll-1 0';. i Ml l>0-1 r-Ai oG-l 1)0-5 KA-0 S! -I ■(l-M O'J 5 110 Ail r, HO z si-I fl-o ();:■ 1 l!-:-o * nit 6 lt'>l lllil 0101 (5001 BOO I iOUl U0G1 '.'051

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 December 1914

Public Notice. The Latest Bulletin. BIG CAPTURE OF FOOD SUPPLIES AND OTHER GOOD THINGS FOR XMAS. CAMPBELL lias obtained all the m best Brands of Goods obtainable in Melbourne at special pbices. 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 selectipn in G.B.D. and L. and Co. Pipes. DON'T FORGET the DRAPERY DEPARTMENT^ which is teeming with all the Newest and Latest Goods. 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 descriptions, Xmas. Cards and : Post Cards, NOVELTIES in Perfumes, Manicure Sets, Pin ' Boxes, Handkerchief and Glove Boxes, Watches,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 December 1914

"CorryoB.^ Hotel/' Cj V _ J J f >,vr<n r. ■ \J\.> i.4- i. v> i.\ 1 r. K. ■■ 1 B. E. KNIGHT u>.;rglpgRFjyv MPt-Ooii t'«»» i^'*) . *• ,!u ; ,1t -v: -v/! kiip .vn liatol. an3 h'&pnr. by strict attention to thn requirements of patrons and keeping only tho best i brands of liquors to merit a continuance of the support aecordcd hia predecessor. First-class Billiard Table, marker in attendance. i. ' livery attention paid to requirements of Tourists and Travellers. * ' * GOOD GRAZING PADDOCKS & STABLING. v. Stopping place for CRAWFORD'& CO.'S COACHES, which leave this hotel daily (Sundays excepted) / for Tallangfitta. . , ■ 1 MISS E./E. HILL, \ PKOPRII5IRES3. fjlHE ''ABO,V-E-'well known hoiijio ot accommodation hns been ronovntoil tlirnnph B out; ami patrons may rely upon their requirements receiving every attention, ltuasoinibk'tftiiff. Two tables. Piano. Biitli. Good Stabling. Well Equii'I'KD Billiard Room. Efficient Marker. Tintaldra Hotel. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 December 1914

C!I1 WlCCil i\0']'ICi:<), "DIVINE Sorviees will bo bold on Sunday next 113 follow Phesuvteui.in Ciiuituit. Ournio Creek, 11 n.iu. ; .Tinrrollic, -i p.m.; Wahva, 7.0O p.m.—liov? J. 'c. Coulter. Chuucii of England, Berrinyiuim, 11 n.m. ; CmlROwa, 3 p.m. ; Coro'oiiSt 7.«0 p.m.—llov. F. II 1'euki;, Th.L. JIkthodist Cnciicu. Lower Nariel, 8 p.m. ; Cudacwa, 7.i!0 p.m.—Mr W. II. Collom. i'ui>It<; lYoliccs. PUBLISHER'S NOTICE. IIOLIDAY ARUAXGOIENTS. ADVEUTISERS und others will ploriBo t:ika notice tlmt tln;ro will bo 110 issue of The. Courier on Jilst in.-it. rnblieution will bo rusuuieil on .Tunnivry Till, l'Jlu. A. T. HAllTLETT, rropriotor. "Courier" OIHce, Coi'i'voii^', 'J:!/I2/'l l.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 December 1914

Jii jWmiioriuiti. JONES. In sail and loving memory nf our dear wife and mother, Elizabeth, who depnrted this life on December 'JDtli, lwu — Inserted by her loving husband and "son C. and li. Jones. '

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TIMBER SEASONING. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 December 1914

TliHIiEIi: SEA.SOi*ii\'«. A general discussion on Victorian forestry took place at a meeting of the Institute of Engineers in Melbourne recently, with the Minister and the Conservator of Forests present by invitation. It arose out of a paper on Timber Mills, whteh Mr J. T. Noble Anderson (formerly engineer of Towong Shire) had previously read. Following it up, Mr Anderson suggested that more use might be made in Victoria of the waste products of the forests, notably, by the manufacture of paper and cellulose. The Conservator, Mr H. M'Kay, in a bree;;y survey of some aspects of foiest management, touched on the desirability of seasoning more timbers by artificial means, and said boldly, despite the attitude of the Minister, that for most kinds of timber artificial seasoning was quite effective and economically far superior to lime seasoning. The Minister, in a fairly long address, confined himself largely to the history of ioresl administration, the prospects of expansion in the futu...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 December 1914

SI'OllTl X(1 NOTES. Corryong l'ony Kates on Saturday. Kirst race to start at one p.m. sharp. Corryong Kacing Club invito appli cations for the position of secretary to the dull. Sa'iulvt. •'Jimmy" Kelly left Allmry last week with Demand. He will lie located at Mordialloe during his stay in tlie metro l>o tin. No fewer than twenty jockeys was lined £1 eacli, for being late at the post in the different races at the Iioseliill races on 12th inst. v W. Murreil has received at Fleiuinglon from the country a lilly and gelding, lioth hy Headland (son of liill of l'orlland and .Ylontalto). The Victorian lad, J. l'ront, is erediLed with having earned i'lliutl in retainers during the .season just pissed ill Kngiand, and this sum is <[iiite apart, from eits tomary riding fees. Simrise, hy Sim, which is located at the Criterion Hotel, Uenn.inton, holted with the hoy last week, ami ran .into a harh wire fence. The lad was removed to a private hospital, and regained conscious ne.ss ...

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DIARY OF THE WAR. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 24 December 1914

OIAESV OF TIIU M'AIi. JUNE. 2Sth.-Arclui.uke Franz Ferdinand assassinated 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 the demand. 2lSih.—Austria declares war on Servia. zyth.—Diplomatic relations lietweeu Russia and Austria suspended. British First Fleet leaves Portland. Russia mobilising army. AUGUST. 1st.—German troops invade France, 2nd.—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. i 6th.—Austria-Hungary declares war on Russia. 12th.—Great Britain and Austria at war. 13th.—British Expeditionary Force in France. I5tli. — 500,000 French troops in Alsace. lOtli.—Czar promises Home Rule to Poland. Japan sends ultimatum to Germany regarding Kiaocluui. 20th.—Germans occupy Brussels. 22nd.—Naimir invested, a...

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