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WIRE-METTING FOR FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 January 1915

WlSfcE-tfETrfl'iMG FOR 6? A fcEft&ttfiSS. '': ^ ■ Complaint was made b.y country mem bers of the ' State Parliament recently during the debate on the estimates of the .-Public Worljs department of the stoppage of the suppiy of.wire netting by the Go vernment to fanners. The Minister for Public Works (Mr Hagelthorn) has stated that any failing off in the supply has been entirely due to the difficulty experienced in getting the raw material for 'manufac ture, .or the finished product. Arrange ments had been made with Lysaght Bros, and Co., of Svdney, for the pur chase of 100 miles 01 netting. This was avnilabie. under the same conditions which governed previous purchases by farmers, excepting chat owing to the in creased cost of metals and otner charge's the distributing price had "been raised to ±'80/12/6 a mile. The farmers may rest assured, said Mr Kageithorn, thnfi no effort will be spared.to provide wire-nett ing under the provisions of the act. The fact that up to the pr...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PATRIOTIC SEWING GUILD. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 January 1915

PATRIOTIC SEWING GUILD. The secretary desires to acknowledge the following donation :—One pillow and Klip from Mrs J. G. Taylor. The sewing meetings recommence this afternoon at 2.30 p.m. Just before racing commenced at Wo donga on 23lh nil., Mr JI. !I. Hughes, stipendiary steward, called owners, trainers, bookmakers, and jo:;keys lo^et-her in the weighing yard. He advised owners and trainers not to race their horses in any colours bjit those in which they were -en tered','and added that lie would strictly enforce this rule. Bookmakers were not to knowinglybet 'with jockeys or drunken men, or their licences would be cancelled, and all amateur and professional riders ■were to attend in correct and clean cos tumes. Jockeys were also warned not to talk to any of the public, after weighing out. He then wished-those present a pros perous and happy new vw.r. and hoped {hey.and himself would-shvays get on well together.-^.1-',Sentinel"' •

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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CORRYONG PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 January 1915

U0KK¥0?!f« PAT 34SOTBC FSTKSK Amount previously ac knowledged ... £'218 8 2

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 January 1915

Commonwealth s|f||»'Sank of Bnstralta. HEAD Ol-'F£G£ mm? SVDPiiiEY This Bank is ovv»n for ail elates at GSWSrJAL E&MKJMG BUS! MESS at EQUiTA35-'f. BUILDS WO, OC»LLiA3S STREET, (V/i^.'iOUSNE. Also at SydiiDy, C;iiibi'iTn, Adelaide. I'erth, .llohai r., I'.rUbnr.e, ItoekhninnCoti. TowiisvllJe, and London. Cable rsuiicwncBa :n;»drt to. and drafts rtn'.wu on foriiign pUcc liirou;.. I'Viruiiin bi:ir> nu^-itiutrd .''.'id coib:i:ie:l. Lcr,i'.'i-s of credit, ii-sued to ;uiy p:uT o! tut '.vorlij. Bill. ; ■ [ h'lM o" torward-vi for colb-i.'Uon. Bankimr awl business of ovp.ry description trvi* vtil within thi' Common we-tlrri. United Kingdom and alirovl. Current accounts opened Inci-rudu paid on lixfcd deposit*. Aiivuneej madt! against approved sncv.ritie.s. SAVINGS B A INK DEPARTMENT Victo-ian Central 317 OOLL'l'-:ii STREET, MH'.GOUR'.'E, BrancJ:«w i:i ih* eiiovc ci> ins an.l 'J I'.srcnom • ut- !'"-<t UiHccs Ur.-'.iii<rii<n:t thi- (.'omMCtiwealSh....

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MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 January 1915

MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. A Magisterial Inquiry was held at Corryong on Monday before Mr A. W. Acoeks, deputy-coroner, when-the follow ing facta were elicited :— " Lctitia M. Fr&ser, sister of deceased, identified the body as that of her sister. Last .saw her a'ive at half-past eight on .Sunday morning, wlieu she .was tick and could not speak to witness. She had her rea as-usiimf;- on- Sutifrrduy evening, and did not complain duriug the night and was not restless. About sunrise deceased got up and had a drink of water from a bucket. Water was used from the same -bucket afterwards to make tea for the family.- Did not see anyone uiva her anything to eat or drink during the night or in" the morning. Witness did not ~know of any poisoned baits anywhere near her home. Margaret L. Fraser, mother of de censyd, deposed that she last saw the 'child alive at 12.30 on '3rd inst., at Dr. Greenbam's surgery. She was >vell on .Saturday and had her tea ns usual. Did not give her anything to ...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 January 1915

WOV<iE'flS2i3J«53l. A«! VfiS'tiseSMOBHS. NORTH EASTERN PROVINCE. TO WONG DIVISION. P?HE GENERAL LIST for the above division is now printed, and may be inspected free of charge up to the day of Revision, at my ofiiuo, and at every Post Oliice within the division. ■ R. I). COLE, Electoral liegisl rar. ■■Befchanga.

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SUDDEN DEATH OF A CHILD SYMPTOMS OF POISONING. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 January 1915

sSJSJDKM DSATES OF A CJSSLD. * SYMPTOMS OP POISONING. Mr and Mrs A. Fraser, of ISfariel, had the misfortune to iose their little daughter Florence, aged six. years, on Sunday last.iiader ratner peculiar and very .sad circumstances. The child was in her usual health on Saturday, but on Sunday morning' she became violently ill> with convulsive fits re sembling the effects of strychnine poisoning. Mr Fraser brought her to Oorryong to Dr Greenhnm, but re medial measures had no tifecs and she died shortly.after her admission to the doctor's surgery. The case wa3 in vestigated by the deputy coroner (Mr Acocks) on Monday, when it. was found that death was due to poisotiiug, but there was no evidence to. show how it had been administered. We understand that the stomach of the chiid has been retained for analysis.

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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THE Corryong Courier THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1915. For the cause that lacks assistance. For the wrongs that need resistance, For the future in the distance, And the good that we can do. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 January 1915

THE ®orifi|aiuj (Soulier, THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1915. For the cause that lacks assistance. Par Hie wrongs tlmt ueetl resistance,', i'or the future in the distance, And the good that Are can do. Weekly Half holiday.—In accord ance witih Die regulations of the Amended Factories Act the business ' places in Corryong are now observing j the Saturday half-holiday, closing at one o'clock, p.m. They will remain open until nine p.m. on Friday even ings, and will close on all other week nights afc six p.m. '* ' ? Death otf a Pionekr. — The death occurred on Sunday of one of the pioneer settlers of the Upper Murray district in the person: of Mr James Paton, of "I£ernvale,"'.Mifcta Mitta. The deceased was 79 years of age, aud had enjoyed good health up to a few ■days a^o. He was a native of Ayr shire, Scotland, but came out to Aus tralia when two years of age, so that he was a very oldN colonist. , He had been on the Mitta for the past sixty years, and acquired property of con siderable value i...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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COMPULSORY SERVICE, FORECASTED. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 January 1915

COMPULSORY SERVICE, FORECASTED. The Financial Secretary of the -Admiralty in a recent speech hinted at the' possibility, of compulsory, service in • Great • Britain, saying thac yurin# men who had not answered to their country's call would noo eujoy cheir imsnaainy long.

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CORRESPONDENCE UPPER MURRY VOLLUTARY INFANTRY TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIES [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 January 1915

COifiSS £8 POM fi> Ei$ CE. « j [We do not, nepessarily identify.ourselves fwiih two opinions expressed "oy <n)r corres ! pondonts. J ( T3PPE11* 'NiJJ I'U'.Y 'VOI.UV?;a.\IY ! o.\ MTUY. , i i TO THE EDITOtt OK TUS L\; i i Dka.ii Sir, — We have rr-csivevl from ! Mrs J. F. PI. Mitchcli the onari fa k&Dtie rlruiu, which we have iicoepfcod. As we will require no farther funds for thp pur pose witl you kindly close the lift.— -Yours | faithfully, HUGH TAYLOR. Secretary. Corryong, 2/l/'15.

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H.M.S. FORMIDABLE SUNK IN THE CHANNEL. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 January 1915

II.M.S. FORMIDABLE SUNK IN;, THE CHANNEL, Early on Friday morning the H.M.S. Formidable (15,000 tons) was' sunk •by an explosiou in rhe English Channel. Ou£ of her complement of 750 wen oniy 201 were savod, ..

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SALVATION ARMY AND THE TROOPS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 January 1915

SALVATION ARMY AND THE TROOPS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER. iSiu,— 1. am giad to say that the Sal vation Army has now bean able to make arrangements which I think will result in the provision 0/ what is very desirable for the comfort, entertainment and general encouragement of the troops. We have : secured, and Senator Pcarc**, the Minister for Defence has opened, a large and com modious building in Flinders Lane (Wat son's Place), a few steps from Swanston J Street, almost opposite the Cathedral. I The buiiding provides a eicy centre for the troops, also entertainments,' lec turettes, free use of reading'' and writing rooms, papers, lounge, shower bath, aud counsel and advice when necessary "are supplied. Bads are also available and light refreshments at a nominal charge. The fitting u'p of the rooms hfis cost nearly -£200.1 I shoilld he grateful 10 any sympathetic friends who will give some thing towards the outlay. It wiil be well worth their practical ilnterest to provide a pla...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 January 1915

Public Notice. J The Latest Bulletin. BIG CAPTURE OF FOOD SUPPLIES AND OTHER GOOD THINGS FOR NEW YEAR. ¥ CAMPBELL lias obtained all the } * best Bbands of Goods obtainable in Melbourne at special prices, ! DRIED FRUITS—Currants, Raisins, Prunes, Apples and Lemon Peel. A FINE RANGE of PRESERVED FRUITS, Specials in Puddings, Cakes and Biscuits. CORDIALS in Lemon Squash, Lime Juice, Zingi, Raspberry Vinegar and O.T, Try the famous Berraila and make good Hop Beer. PRESENTS in great Variety, in ~ Glassware, Plate, Vases and Shaving Bets. A big selection in GKB.D, and L. and Co. Pipes. DON'T FORGET the DRAPERY DEPARTMENT, which is teeming with sjJl the Newest and Latest Goods. TAILORING DEPARTMENT.—Gome and select your suit from the largest and most complete range of Spring and Summer Samples in the district. Fit and Satisfaction Guaranteed. TOYS of all descriptions, New Year Cards and Post Cards, NOVELTIES in Perfumes, Manicure Sets, Pin Boxes, Handkerchief and Glove Boxes, Watches, Cloc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 January 1915

P(l9»(ic arvsrrrc .-sr-rsMW ryscyrrrz. XTsr.'asTswc'asisaffl R. fn E. K M 1 (i • E-RRB1 rotiiica that- hf< ha-> taki-n ,»vi*r fch« nb;nv: wo.lhknown hotel;' and?hoped by Htrict attention tn the requirements of pn Irons and keeping only the best, brands of liquors to merit, a oontinnimee of tlie support, accorded bin predecessor. First-class Billiard Table, marker in :if,tend.)nee. Every attention paid to requirements of Tourists and Travellers. GOOD GRAZING PADDOCKS & STABLING.: 1 : Stopping place for CRAWFORD'- GQ/8 COACHES, which leave this hotel daily (Sundays excepted) for Talinn<>att.'i. . 11 S S E. E. HILL PROPRIETRESS. mnE ABOVE well known house ot accommodation has been renovated -through | ont, and patrons may rely upon thqir requirements receiving every- attention. Reasonable tariff. Two tablea.- Piano. Bath. Good -Stabling, Well Equipped Billiard Room. Efficient., M a it k f. r . Tintaldra Hotel. F. p. Lucas, Lie3n33S. First-class Accom...

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CHURCH NOTICES. DIVINE. Services will be held on Sunday next as follow:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 January 1915

C 2 a T) 8S € 85 ft * »'3' 3 U y. DIVINE. Services will be held on Sunday next as follow :— . JPitESBYTRUIAN (JHIT 1'iUl, Walwa, 11 a.m. ; Tintalrira, 3 p.m. ; Corryong, 7.30 p.m.—I-iev. J. 0. Coulter. Church of England, Corryon<c (Children's Service, 10.80 a.m.), 11 a.m. ; CuclKewa, 3 p.id. ; Colac Colao, 7.30 p.m. — Rev. F. • H. Peake, Th.L. ' Methodist Cmmcit. Cudgewa, 11 a.m. arid 7.30 p.m.; Ber ringama, 3 p.m.—Mr W. H. Collom.

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THE WAR. ALLIES PROGRESS IN THE EAST. FRENCH OBTAIN FOOTING IN GERMANY. FURTHER SUCCESSES OF RUSSIA. AMERICAN DIFFICULTY BEING ADJUSTED. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 January 1915

ALLIES PROGRESS IN THE EAST. FRENCH OBTAIN FOOTING IN GERMANY. FURTHER SUCCESSES OF RUSSIA. AMERICAN DIFFICULTY BEING ADJUSTED. .The Allies are exerting increasing pressure on t,he enemy in Belgium, and in Alsace Lorraine the French have-gained important successes. It is re porter] that Sceiobach, nine miles north-west of Mulhausen has been cap turerl by the Prone!), who have thus gained a footing in German territory. Russia reports satisfactory progress in Western Galicia. The rout of Turkish forces at Arclagaa (in the CJaucasns) is also reported. Two Russian armies are now on the Hungarian aide of the Carpathian Mountains, and both are meeting with success. it is stated that t-hfl difficulty- between Great-Britain and United States re garding the sea-borne trade <vill .be adjusted satisfactorily. Inov trouble is anticipated over the settlement.

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DECEMBER [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 January 1915

'-■■T)'P.r;w.\7PPr! 3rd 1th ' ,14\h ' ]5ch Uls6 22nd .20; h bOlll Total • [Total'iov y«ar *21*1 n 1H in I t#iD Oiin mt; 47 in 2 9lUu. 1X-93iu'.l

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THE TALLANGATTA TRAIN SERVICE. The following is the existing time tablefor trains leaving Tallangatta:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 January 1915

THE TALL Aft' WATT A TSiAO SKBVBCE. o The following is the existing time table for trains leaving TaUunguita :— Monday ... Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday ... Saturday 10.45 a.m. 8.30 a.m. 10.45 a.m. 6.50 a.m. 10.45 a.m. 6.50 a.in Oh, merchant in this, hour of eee, Y [f on this paper yon should ccc, % Take our advice, and now be yvy,. Go straightway out and advri-tiii. You'll find the project of some vum-; Neglect can offer no exqqq. Be wine at once prolong yon? dadir, A silent busines soon dkkk. Printed and published l>y -A* — ^AiiTr.KTT> Sole Proprietor, at the office, H •inson street, Corryong, iu the Slate of \ ietoria*

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CUDGEWA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 January 1915

<}g/a>«EWA. FROM A COURESPONDEN'T. A Happy and Prosperous New Year. Mr Editor, staff, and ail readers of "Courier." 1 he pupils of the log?-! school cele brated oreaking-up day last month by holding a basaar of their school work, etc., comprising plain and fancy needle work aud articles of sloyd work, in aid of the_ School Patriotic Fund. The work in each branch was splendidly done, reflecting most creditably on the teachers (Mr R, A. Baker, head teacher, and Miss Robinson, assistant) and pupils, and the prices being reasonable they commanded a good sale. The st.ill-holders—Misses Mvra Ross, Alice Sheather and Hazel Humphrey (needle work). Vida Carkeek. R.ose Land and Elsie Bailey (lollies, cakes and cordials), Enid Land aud Robt. Covsh (guessing _ competitions)—worked with a will to effect sales. Afternoon tea was dispensed by lady friends, and the boy's depart ment (sloyd) was supervised by Mr Baker. The sum of £cj ncit was thus raised, ihe idea of tne effort is one ...

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UPPER THOUGLA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 January 1915

s.l 2* Is £ K T n O U G L.A. I'T.O.M OVU Off!; COKKKSPONPENT. The year rgi4 closes with" a rainfall of i7*&4in., which is a few points ever the record for the draught year {1902). But for the December fall of 2'gSiu., it would have been very low. This has, however, just saved the situation for this locality, being in time for such crops as pumpkins, late potatoes,' etc., and, of course, has given an impetus to'the grass. The grain crops are now ancient history, being all harvested and threshed'before Xmas., a most unusual experience. In spite of the bad season there have been many fair yields of hay, and Mr F. M'Kenzie has put] through his thresher some bags of j grain, nearly ail oats, which in many ! cases yielded above expectations. Four j acres of Mr J. Gibson's on this creek gave 65 bags. Thomas Blair, a child of eight years, ; whose parents reside at <ioh!en Square. Bendigo, was discharged during the holi days from tin; hospital, where he -had !.>eo» unde...

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