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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 14 January 1915

Oh, merchant in this hour of eee, If oil this paper yon should cce, Take our advice, and now be yvv, Go straightway out and advertiii. You'll find the project'of some uuu ; Neglect, can offer no exqqq. Be wiso at once prolong your daaa, A silent busines soon dkkk. Print**' and published by AST. flARTLETT, Sole Proprietor, at t!ie oflice, Hanson street, Corryong, in Uie State of Victoria.. -c

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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THE TALLANGATTA TRAIN SERVICE. The following is the existing time table for trains leaving Tallangatta:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 14 January 1915

H'ESS TALLAK«.Va"5'& 'iT ISA 3 ft ft SEJ2V2CE. ' •«* The following is the existing time table for trains leaving Taliangatta :— Monday ... Tuesday... Wednesday Thursday Friday ... Saturday 10.45 a.m. 8.80 a.m. 10.45 a.m. 6.50 a.m. 10.45 a.m. 6.50 a.ru

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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TUMBARUMBA RACES. The Tumbarumba annual races were concluded on Thursday. Results:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 January 1915

TUMP, A RUMBA RACES. ' The Tumbarumba annual races were con cluded on Thursday. Kesults :— Second llurdle Race.—Eenbile 1, Cobrain 2..Nilurum 3. liaihvay Handicap.—Sans Appsl 1, Mul lengeen 2. Town Plate.—Fitzuiac 1, Tondora 2, Shalrna 3. Publican's Purse.—Mullengeen 1, We huiiba 2, Narrawa 3. Farewell Handicap.—Voyon , King 1, Shalina 2, Inverara 3.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 January 1915

Public Riot ice. J. J. 00 0 f OC3 M jP fir O JCj iLdlr O €S UniYersal Providers, 0 E B Y 0 N G, I EE NOW Making a Splendid Jrk Display ot Seasonable Dsapeby, Millineiiy, Etc. Printed Voiles, Embroidered Crepes, Poplins, Cashmeres, Piques, Tussore Silks, Dress Linens, &c. Ladies' Blouses and Costumes in all e above lines, a very choice assort ment. Tray Cloths and Kunners, 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. o 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. t 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 e...

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VITAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 January 1915

VBTAfl, STATISTICS. The returns of the births mid deaths registry offices in Towong Shire show that 38 births find 6 deaths were registered during the quarter ended 31st December, 1914. The individual returns are as fol low, the sexes being distinguished in each case :— District. Births. Deaths, M. h\ Tl. M. F. Tl. Tallangatta . ... 12 10 22 ... 2 2 4 Bethanga .. 0 0 0 ... 0 0 0 G-ranya .. 0 0 0 ... 0 0 0 Mitta Mitta . ..112 ... 0 1 1 Wahva .. 2 12 ... 0 0 0 Corrycng ... 6 6 12 ... 0 0 0 Cudgowa ... 0 0 0 ... 0 1 1 Totals ... 21 17 38 ... 2 4 6 Excess of B irths over Deaths, 32. Illtreating a House.—On Saturday evening last a horse belonging to Mr A. Hickey, of Khancobau, was fcakeu from the stable of the Oorryong Coffee Palace, and was found next morning on the hill behind the town with the saddle and bridle on and both knees badly cut. Mr Hickey gave no one sny authority to take the horse, and he is ottering a reward of £10 in this issue for information which will lead to the conv...

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TENNIS. KHANCOBAN v. CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 January 1915

'fl'EWNBS. KELANCOBAN v. CORRYONG. Khancoban.visited Oorryong on Satur day with a team of six ladies and six gentlemen, and scored a decisive victory, winning nine matches out of twelve. Despite the heat a lar^e number of spec tators watched the games with interest. The scores were as follow :— hens' doubles (10 games up). Mildren and E. Whitehead (K.), lost to Greenliam and Nethercote (0.), 5—10'; A. Hickey and W. Scammell (K.), lost to Greenhill and Rogau (G.). 7—10 ; Wood bridge and M. Hickey (K.), beat Burke and Moore (C.), 10—5. Total : Khan coban, 1 match 22 games ; Oorryong, 2 matches 25 games. ladies' doublks (6 games up). Mrs Woodbridge and Miss A. White head (K.), beat Mrs Acocks and Miss C. Nugent (G.), 6—5 ; Misses E. Scammell and Hickey (K.), boat Misses M. and H. Waters (O.), 6—2 ; Misses A. and B. Scammell (K.), beat Misses Taylor and Pierce (C.), 6—2. Total : Khancoban, 8 matches 18 games ; Oorryong, 9 games. mixed doubles (10 games up). Soammell and Mrs Woodbridge (...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 January 1915

SPORTING NOTES.1 rffc. Coronatus won the Anniversary Handi cap at Caulfiekl on Saturday. Atora was second, and Sir Solo third. G. Wejis' Stanpen Still, 7.9 (Parkhurst) ran second in the Second Division Handi cap at the Benalla races on Saturday. Mr T. Mnrrell's Lily White won a double — Mount Wills Handicap and Forced Handicap—at the Mount Wills l'icnic races on 8lh inst. The open season for quail is to be cur tailed, the opening on 1st March being postponed to 1st April. The closing date is, as usual, 30th June. Bullawarra, the Australian steeple chaser, has been entered' for the Liverpool Grand National Steeplechase, and also the Lancashire Steeplechase, to he run in April. The Upper Murray mare, Molly May, going out in the betting at 20 to ], and ridueu l>y Billy Woods won the Trial Han dicap, five furlongs, at the Kilmore races last week. Top price for lucerne hay at the Sydney Goods Yards lately was gained by Bill Squires, of pugilistic fame. A consign ment from his farm at ...

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THE WAR. GENERAL WESTERN POSITION SATISFACTORY. FURTHER RUSSIAN SUCCESSES. AUSTRIAN MINISTER RESIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 January 1915

GENERAL WESTERN POSITION SATISFACTORY.. FURTHER RUSSIAN SUCCESSES, f AUSTRIAN MINISTER RESIGNS. A recent review of the operations in the Western Theatre states that suc cesses on both wings have been consolidated, and in Alsace even the snowstorms have not prevented the French advance. In the East the Russians have repulsed German attacks, and made impor tant captures of Austrians. During the last fortnight in December 22,000 men and 52 guns were captured. Count Berchtold, the Austrian Foreign Minister, has quarrelled with ths Emperor and resigned.

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DONATIONS. The committee wish to acknowledge receipt of the following with thanks:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 January 1915

DONATIONS. The committee wish to acknowledge re ceipt of the following with thanks :— Eggs.—Mrs J. J. Harrison, Mrs Blun dell, Mrs Payne, Mrs T. B. Waters Sen., MrsT. Brown, Mrs R. S. Sheatner, Mrs C. Waters and Airs inglis. Old Linen.—Mrs LI. J. Paton, Mrs J. S. Wheeler and Mrs Inglis. Wringer.—Mrs D. M'liiimity. Meat.—-Mrs T. 1J. Waters Sen. and Mrs BInndell. Vegetables.—Mrs II. J. Paton. Flannelette for Bandages (six yards).— Mrs Joseph Land. Cool Safe.—J. H. Barber. Tea StraineY.—Stan. Anderson. lee (daily). —Cudgewa Dairy.Co. Parents and guardians are reminded that all boys whose 14th birthday occurs during this year '(1915) must be registered for training with the senior cadets, whether within or outside of a training area ; and all boys of 1'2 must register for the junior cadets at their respective schools oil or befo'e Slat January, under penalty of prosecution by the milit iry authorities.

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BATTLE OF SOISSONS. FRENCH FORCED BACK OVER THE AISNE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 January 1915

BATTLE OF SOISSONS. FRENCH FORCED BACK OVER THE AISNE. Particulars have now been made available of the heavy fighting in the Soissons district, which has been raging for over thrte weeks. The French made desperate attempts to tarn the Germau right wing, but were unsuccess ful, and were ultimately driven back over the Aisne. The following official communique has been issued in Paris :—Sunday.— We have progressed 200 metres in the Lnmbacrt-syde district of Flanders, and have advanced in the Beau Sejour district, near the Argonne Ridge, in France, despite of storm. We continue to progress westward of Orbey." Berlin's communique, as received through Amsterdam, reads :—"In the four weeks since General Joil're published his general order of attack, the French have lost 20,000 dead, 17,860 prisoners, and 10,700 wounded, ex clusive of the sick ; this without gaining any substantial advantage. The Germans did not lose oue-fourth as many men during the same period."

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VICTORIA COTTAGE HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 January 1915

VICTOmA COTTAGE ESOSF9TAL ^ ^ The usual monthlj' meeting of Victoria Cottage Hospital committee was held in the State School on lltli inst., the follow ing being present,, viz., lie v. F. H. Peake (chairman), Mrs W. Blair, Miss Waters and Messrs Cuinmins, Harris, Knight, Playle, and the lion, secretary (Mr T. Brown). The,minutes of previous meeting as read were confirmed. An apology for non-attendance from Mr Jager, and corres pondence was received. Tl'fe secretary re ported that he had received a refund of £7 from the Shiie of Towong, expenses in curred re treatment of diphtheria cases last August, and also had received the council's donation of £10 for 1915, and cheques for £12 and £20 annual donation from Mr and Mrs W. E. Mitchell : re spectively. Nurse Minogue reported as follows :—Admissions during month, 10 ; discharged, 8 ; deaths, 2 ; patients at present remaining, 2. Accounts passed for payment amounted to £16/14/. 'Nurse Minogue reported that she would be leav ing the hosp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 January 1915

SMre o Statement of Receipts and Expenditure for Year ended 30th. September, 1914.' RECEIPTS. Totals. To Balances, 1/10/13 .. .. ;. ,, Cash on Hand .. .. .. „ Rates Current, General .. ,, Rates, Arrears „ Rates, Extra .. ;. ,, Pan Charges .. ^ ,, Dog Registrations .. *. ,, Dairy Fees.. . < ,, Contributions to Roadworks ,, Government Endowment ,, Grazing Rents ,, Interest on Rates.. ,, Interest on Pan Fees .. ^ . ,, Hall Rent .. .. .. . * ,, Fines * ,, Sale of Skins .. . * <. ,, Pound Fees .. .. ,, Pound Sales .. .. i. „ Material Sold .. <. ,, Miscellaneous Receipts .. .. . ,, Overpaid Rates, &c. , ,, Slaughtering Licences .. ,, Subsidy,Destroying Dogs and Foxes Annual Payment, Licences „ Government Grant, Dry Forest Creek Bridge .. Government Grant, Koetong Road ,, Government Grant, Tallangatta Corryong Road ,, Government. Grant, Vote for Parks ,, Legal Costs Received Government Grant, Flood Damages ,, Contractors' Deposits ,, Dishonored Cheq...

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TURKS AND EGYPT. INVADING ARMY ILL-EOUIPPED. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 January 1915

TURKS AND EGYPT. INVADING ARMY ILL-EOUIPPED. An Official Press Bureau communique, baaed on statements made by refugees, describes the Turkish army which proposes tio iuvade Egypt as being Sikeiy to display bravery, but also incapacity. "Many of the Turks," the communique proceed.-, "are starring, owing to bad organisation rather than to lack of supplies. The army has an insufficient number of horses and camels, and many of the camels are d.yiug of scab. The troops are ill clothed, and are wearing torn uniforms of summer khakee. "The German officers have reported to Berlin lhat they are unable to advise an attack upon Eg) pt with such troops, and have suggested a post ponement. The Germans, however, have been ordered to march, though one officer describes it as 'marching to certain death.' "Refugees state that the feeling between the Turkish and German officers is bad, and the latter fear that if they do not succeed in crossing the Suez Canal the Turks will attack them."

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CHURCH NEWS. PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 January 1915

<JS8Lr2£«)0 raiKWs. PRESBYTERIAN. The quarterly meeting of the committee of management was held at Tintaldra on Friday last, when the following members were 'present, viz., Iiev. J. C. Coulter (chairmau) and Messrs .T. Briggs, D. Dal gety, T. l'aton, P. M'Meekin, A. and H. Harris, T. Greenhill, D. Ross, A. Hamilton and A. Bai'tlett (lion.'secretary). Minutes of previous committee meeting were read aijd continued. The secretary said that, owing to the absence of members and the unsettled state of affairs due to the war, the last two quarterly meetings iiad lapsed. Correspondence from the Statistical Com mittee was referred to the chairman and secretary for attention. The secretary submitted a draft balance sheet for the past year, anil Messrs A. Acocks and J. Ross were reappointed auditors.. The sec retary reported that the Corryong members had ordered a Knight Light installation for the Corryong Church, the cost being £17/3/6. A number of donations had been promised towar...

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PROGRESS IN POLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 January 1915

PROGRESS IN POLAND. The following official announcement has been made of the proceedings on the eastern front :—"Petrograd, Sunday.—Successful progress continues on the Lower Vistula, in North-western Poland. Six German regiments made violent assaults on Saturday near Gamine, supported by an exceptionally heavy artillery fire. As the result of severe attacks and desperate bayouet fighting", the Germans captured a single advanced trench. The Geraians at Konopnitza on Friday evening sapped to within 30 paces of our entrench ments, bat were overwhelmed by hand grenades. Bussian volunteers, taking advantage of ihe confusion, attacked the German communication trenches v;iih grenades, forcing the enemy to retreat. Three German attacks south of Pinizow, ou the Nida River, in Southern Poland, were repulsed. The ad vance guards of the Russian army ihat is attacking Eluugary through BnkGvina, stormed the Kiriibaba Pass, in the Carpathians, bordering otr Transylvania."

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DEVELOPMENTAL RAILWAYS. MINISTER FAVOURABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 January 1915

©EVEJLOPiWUENTAL RAIL WAYS. MINISTER FAVOURABLE. The Minister for Railways (Mr Mae kin non) arrived at Omeo on Friday, and was met by Councillor Braid (president of the shire) and other councillors. In welcoming the Minister, Cr. Braid said that he hoped Mr Mackinnon vvould be impressed with the needs of the district for a railway. People were leaving the district because of the lack of railway communication. Mr Mackinnon, in re ply, said that he was glad to be able to visit the district. The Ministry had to consider the position caused by the war and the drought, and had determined to keep people employed wherever possible. In taking that view it was seeking to build railways suitable for developmental purposes. The endeavour to induce closer settlement had not been an unmiti gated success. They had not the right quality of land, and the poorer people were being put to too much expense. The Ministry had come to the conclusion that it would be better to construct develop mental rail...

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AUSTRALIANS IN EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 January 1915

ABJaSTatAB-BArSS lift BittYPT. Egypt (says Misr, Cairo) is now sur rounded ou all sides with British troops from England, Australia and New Zealand, who fill the barracks at Kasr Ei-Nil and Abbassia, and whose tents cover much space near the Pyramids and the Marataria line between Zietun and Heliopolis. All these soldiers are young men. full of health and energy, and mcst of them look men of good families, while the manner in which they spend their money indicates that they belong to wfealthy families. A private soldier is seen eating in.the best of restaurants, going about in a motor car, and never bargaining for what he buys. We do not exaggerate matters if we say that their presence has helped many merchants. Without taking into consideration the meat., vegetables, bread and fruit they consume, small traders make money from them, princi pally the itinerant fruit merchants, who sell them a sweet lemon or a small apple or an orange, or ten dates for a small piastre, while sellers o...

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Rung Up the Wrong Party. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 January 1915

Rung Up the Wrong Party. The other night Charlie Hnfcbon re paired after working hours to the State street store where he is employed and rang up his best girl on Ashland Boule vard. The connection was made and the young man inquired: "Is that you, Maud?" "Yes, George, dear," came the roply. "Are you alone?" "Yes, darling." "I wish I was over there.® "X wish so, too." "If I wera there, do you know what I would do with my darling?" "No, George—" tmr-r-r— "Well, I'd unbnckle the breeching and'throw some dirt in her mouth." "Oh. you brnte," cried Maud, and fchey never speak as they pass by, for George didn't know that a line had crossed his and a horsey man was just telling another over the wire how to j start a balky borne. -Chicago Chaff. "We know men -who insist at every point upon beating their way through !;t'e, but we observe that they all rtrarv? V? line at a carpet. ■

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 January 1915

PnbSie Notice. The Latest Bulletin. BIG CAPTURE OF FOOD SUPPLIES • AND OTHER GOOD THINGS FOR NEW YEAR. W CAMPBELL has obtained all the best Brands 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 Berralla and make good Hop Beer. PRESENTS in great Variety, in Glassware, Plate, Vases and Shaving Sets. A big selection in G.B.D. and L. and Co. Pipes. DONT 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, TOYS of all descriptions, New Year Cards and Post Cards, NOVELTIES in Perfumes, Manicure Sets, Pin Boxes, Handkerchief and. Glove Boxes, Watches, Clocks and H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 January 1915

Public Notices. Corrvong Hotel," OORRY ON G. R E. KNIGHT |p| TSREBY notifies that h« ha* taken over the above w«Vd known hotel, and hopes by strict attention to the requirements of patrons and keeping only the best brands of liquors to merit a continuance of the support, accorded his predecessor, ftirst-cluss Billiard Table, marker in attendance. Every attention paid to requirements o' Tourists and Travellers. GOOD GRAZING PADDOCKS & STABLING. Stopping place for CRAWFORD & CO.'S COACHES, which leave this hotel daily (Sundays excepted). for Tallangatta. Ilje Corryoiig Coffee Palace. T MISS E. E. HILL, - PROPRIETRESS. HE ABOVE well known house ot accommodation has henn renovated through; out, and patrons rnav rely upon their requirements receiving every attention. Kea«onabl<s istiill. Two tables. Piano. 13nth. Good Stabling. Well Equh'pkd Buxukd Room. EFFICrKN'TV Map.krk. Tintaldra Hotel, j ' i F, .p, Lucas, Licensee. ! ' i . I ^First-class Accommodation for...

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