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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 — 21 January 1915

POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Common wealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. For ©very J ounce or. fraction thereof. For delivery within the Common- . ^ wealth 0 1 For delivery in the British Em pire 0 1 For delivery in the New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands .. 0 2 For delivery in other places .... 0 2^ LETTER CARDS. For delivery within the Commonwealth : ^ Single, Id. each; reply, Id. each half. For delivery in che British Empire (see list of places under "Letters )—Sin gle. Id. each. For delivery iu New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres islands—Single, 2d. each. For delivery in other places— 2|d. each. POST CARDS. . Single Postcards impressed with tin Id. stamp, and Reply or double oards, each half of which has the Id. stp.mg impressed thereon, may be transmitted to places within the Commouw&aiui, u.iu to those places, enumerated under "Letter's," to which letters m...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 January 1915

arpHE COURIER" Office for all de scriptionsof Job Pkintino. Sup por local industry

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PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 January 1915

PROGRAMME. TRIAL STAKES, of .£10.—Seobn.1 horse | to receive 2 sovs. out of stake. For horses that have not. won a prize ex- 1 ceeding £10. W.f.a. * Winner of one ! race to carry 3!bs. extra; of two or j more races, £>lbs. extra. Six furlongs. Nomination, G/. j PONY RACE, of —Handicap. For ponies 14.2 and under. Five furlongs., Nom., ;!/. CORRYONG CUP, of £30. — Second horse to receive 5 sovs. out of stake. Winner of auy handicap after declar ation of weights to carry 51bs. extra, of two or more such races 10!bs. extra. Nom., 12/ ; accep., (5/. Ono mile. HACK RACE, of £8.—Second horse to receive one sov. out of stake. For maiden horses, to carry 9at. Five fur longs. Nom., 5/. WELTER HANDICAP., of £10.—Second horse to receive 2 sovs. out n£ stake. Minimum weight, 8st. Seven furlongs. Nom., 6/. FLYING- HANDICAP, of £12.—Second horse to receive 2 sovs. out of stake. Six furlongs. No in., 7/6.

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CORRYONG RACING CLUB [AFFILIATED WITH N.E.D.R.A.]. ANNUAL RACES IN CORRYONG PARK ON Wednesday, 17th February. PRESIDENT.—MR A. T. BARTLETT. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 January 1915

jCORRYONG RAGING CLUB [Affiliated with n.k.d.k.A.J. Annual Eaces in CORRYONG PARK on Wednesday, 17th February. PRESIDENT.—MR A. T. BARTLETT. Vice-presidents.—Messrs F. Scammell and 0. Waters. Committee.—Messrs J. Anderson, A. and W. Blair, J. 1 Campbell, W. Hamilton, ,T. Heyenga, II. Hood, l1'. Jager, It. Jones, It. Knight, T. Luteins, A. Mas- I tors, Vt'. Phillips, T. Pierce, It. Robertson, L. Sheather, II. Smith, J. A. Tlnvuites, .1. Ward, S. Waters and J. !S. ' | Wheeler. Hon. Stewards.-Messrs Bartlett, Hamilton, Hood and 0. V/aters.i j Judge.—Mr L. Sheather. Starter.—Mr W. Phillips. Weighing Clerk.—Mr T. liemietts. Clerk of Course.—Mr II. Smith. | Timekeeper.—Mr P. Scammell. : tfeeretnry.—Mr L. Masters.

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DIARY OF THE WAR. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 January 1915

B&ARY OF THE WAK. JUNE. 28th.—Archduke Franz Ferdinand assassinated at Sarajevo. JULY. I 23rd.—Austria sends ultimatum to j Servia, demanding the prosecution of I Servians compromised in the assassin ation of Archduke Franz Ferdinand. 25th.—Servia refuses to comply with the demand. 28 th.—Austria declares war on Servia. 29th.—Diplomatic relations between 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 Britaiu declares war on Germany. 6th.—Austria,-Hungary declares war on Russia. 12II1.—Great Britain and Austria at war. 13th.—British Expeditionary Force in France. 15th. — 500,000*,].French troops in Alsace. ifith.—Czar promises Home |Rule to Poland. Japan sends"ultimatum to Germany regarding Kiaochau. 20th.—Germans occupy Brussels. 22nd.—Namur inve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 January 1915

Public Notice. STOCK THE FOLLOWING :— Row's Embrocation Elliman's Embrocation Solomon Solution Ayer's Hair Vigor Plasmon Irish Moss Greathead's Mixture Hvpol Frew's Domino Liniment Liquid Peptonoids Kay's Essence Ayer's Sarsaparilla Chloride of Lime Condy's Fluid Condy's Crystals Sheldon's New Discovery Fluid Magnesia Citrate Magnesia Stearne's Headache Wafers Dr. Kelmo's Eye Lotion Cascara Sagrada Porous Plasters Morton's Sedleitz Powders Maltine Scrubb's Ammonia Sheldon's Liniment Eno's Fruit Salts Jayne's Expectorant Eucalyptus "White Pine Cough Syrup ♦ Jayne's Liniment Seigel's Syrup Hearne's Bronchitis Cure Sparklet Bulbs Bay Rum Lavender Hair Wash | Beetham's Glycerine and Cu cumber ! Glycerine | Vaseline Bottles j Petroleum Jelly j Cod Liver Oil ! Carbolic Oil Barry's Tricopherous j Angier's Emulsion * ! Scott's Emulsion j Clement's Tonic j Menthol Cones j Marking Ink Cascara Pills .Williams' Liver Pills Cockle's Pills Weston's Magic Pills Doan's Dinner Pills Doan's Backache ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 January 1915

Public Notice. J. J. OEEIONG,^ ARE -NOW Making a Splendid Display of Seasonable Drapery. Millinery, Etc. I. Printed Voiles, Embroidered Crepes,, Poplins, Cashmeres, Piques, Tussore Silks, Dress Linens, (fee. Ladies' Blouses and Costumes in alt tlie 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-inade 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 SPIRITS. A large sto...

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THE RAINFALL. The following local gauge readings for the current year are supplied by Mr Playle:- JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 January 1915

TS1E KASS FAILS.. The following local gaugo readings for tha . current year ;ire supplied by Mr Playle :— J AMU All Y. Stii .. .. .. Ollin. 20sh 003in. 2:!ud .. .. .. 0-29\n. Total .. • • . - 0"43m. Labor Saving Device.—A new in vention has been given a trial afc, Waitohi, New Zealand, relating to a, threshing machine. It is in the form-, of an elevator, automatically carrying, the sheaves from the stack to the. thresher, without much labor. A, man and a. youth forked four stacks in less than eight hours, including shifting. One of the great advantages claimed is that the stack.can.be taken down level without a stage, which effects a great saving cf labor and also of grain. Firf. at Greg.Greg,—A.serious fire occurred at Greg Greg on Tuesday morning about ten o'clock, when the. stable and jockey's quarters at Mr J. Pierce's homestead were totally de stroyed, The fire broke out in the loft, which, contained about seven tons of hay, apd quickly spread to the., rest of the building. Yel...

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STATISTICAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 January 1915

STATISTICAL. S (Ml HI A It Y. The following approximate particulars of the area, popiilafion and production of the six European Powers and Australia will be found interesting for purposes of comparison. The areas are given in thousands of square miles. In the other columns the numbers are millions, and represent the latest count in stock and the annual yields of grain in bushels and of potatoes in tons. Area. .. 121 20S '20? 261 8,000 110 2.900 Pop, ' . 45 6-5 3D 51 1(57 34 5 Horses .. 2 4 3 4 34 I o Cattle. .. 12 20 14 1(5 53 6 11 Sheep. . 30 7 1(5 11 ai 11 83 Wheat. .. <5t 150 304 mo 445 200 .71 Oat3. 1(52 435 300 200 71<5 33 0 Barley. . 58 140 47 140 417 10 •> Potatoes. 7 34 12 1(> 31 1 I At the Tallangatta Court of Petty Sessions Thomas liagen sued Michael Abdallah for £15/10/ for balance due on sale of bees. The defence wa3 that the bees were diseased at the time of the sale. Two witnesses gave evidence that com plainant had admitted, before the sale...

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THE WAR. GENERAL POSITION SATISFACTORY. ANOTHER RUSSIAN VICTORY. ALLIES MAKE SLIGHT PROGRESS. AUSTRIAN CRUISES MINED. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 January 1915

GENERAL POSITION SATISFACTORY, ANOTHER RUSSIAN VICTORY. ALLIES MAKE SLIGHT PROGRESS. * AUSTRIAN CRUISES MINED, Reports from the Eastern Thoatre state that fierce fighting has taken place at Guzow, the Russians having the best of the engagement and killing 4000 of the enemy. On the Franco-Belgian frontier, the Allies have repulsed several German attacks and report slight progress. Au Austrian cruiser has been mined and sunk in the Adriatic Sea near Triest. .

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THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 January 1915

THE UAIKFALL. Ill view of the present pastoral outlook the following comparison of the months' rainfall in last year and 1902 (the yoar of the big drought) ia interesting :— Month. 1902. 1914. January 1-85 1-68 February 006 0-02 March 1-96 298 April 0-05 2-73 May Nil. 2-63 June 5-26 0-98 July 0*50 1-36 August .» 0 55 0-23 Soptembor 1-62 0-86 October 1-67 013 November 0-27 1-48 December 281 2-96 16-60 . 17-98

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NORTH SEA ENGAGEMENT. GERMAN FLEET CHASED HOME. GERMAN BATTLE CRUISER BLUCHER SUNK. BRITISH SHIPS UNINJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 January 1915

NORTH SEA ENGAGEMENT. . GERMAN FLEET CHASED HOME. GERMAN BATTLE CRUISER BLUGHER SUNK, BRITISH SHIPS UNINJURED. -. •The Briiisb.Admiralty on Sunday night made the following announcement in London :—"Early this morning a British patrolling squadron of battle cruisers and light cruisers, undor Vice Admiral Sir David Beatty, and a de stroyer flotilla under Commander Tyrwhitt, sighted four German battle oruisers, several light cruisers, and a number ot' destroyers, steering westward, and apparently making for the English coast. The enemy at once made for hom&-at high speed. They were pursued, and at about half past nine a.m. action was joined between the battle-cruisers Lion, Tiger, Princess Eoyal, New Zealand, and Indomitable on the one banc! and the Darfiliuger, Seydlitz, Moltke, and Blucher on the other. A well coutested fight ensued. Shortly after one o'clock the Blucher, which had previously fallen out of line, cap sized and sank. Admiral Beatty reports that two other German...

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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 — 28 January 1915

TTB8E S»S5-Ta£EASUKF. Mr A. O'Leary, receiver and pay master, supplies us with the tollowing list for public information :— Accounts awaiting Payment. — A. Playie, N. Harry, Mitta Mitta Me chanics Institute, P.J. Harris, C. Apple ton, W. H. Bryant, R. Hanna, J. C. A. Schneider, R. W. K. Johnson and H. Walker. Licence for Delivery.—E. de Faro. Crown Grants for Delivery.—C. F. Lansdown, J. Swan, E. Smith, Louisa Moncrieff.

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ZEPPELIN RAID ON ENGLISH COAST. FOUR LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 January 1915

•'ZEPPELIN RAID ON ENGLISH COAST. ' FOUR LIVES LOST. The aerial raid made by a couple of German Zeppelins on the coast of Norfolk on 19th inst. proved to be" less serious than was stated in first reports. Considerable damage was done to buildings at Yarmouth and King's Lynn, but only four deaths are reported.

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 January 1915

SPORTING NOTES. A committee meeting of the Corryong Racing Club will he held at the Coffee Palace 011 Tuesday evening next,, at eight, p.m. The full programme and all particulars regarding the Towong annual races to he hold on 2f)fch and 28th February appears elsewhere. At the Benalla races £80 was collected by the club from bookmakers. The amount collected from the public by the bookmakers is not mentioned. J. O'Meally's brown mare Gracioso, with Billy Woods in the saddle, fell in the Third Division Handicap at Benalla races. Horse and rider, however, escaped serious injury. The racing filly, Miss Meadows, three years (Bright Steel — Runnymede), was sold in, Melbourne last week for 780 guineas, the purchaser being her trainer-,. W. S. Hiekenbothain. The totalisator turnover for the Christ mas and New Year's meetings in New Zealand amounted to £8-18,S42. This is an increase of £74-,308 compared with the figures of the previous year. Much interest was evinced at Caulfield on Thursday...

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AUSTRALIANS IN EGYPT. AN INTERESTING LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 January 1915

. AWS'i'K.AL3 SX 23«Ya*l\ AN INTERESTING- LETTER. . The friends of Mr L. Say (formerly of Thougla), who is now in Egypt with the New South Wales division of the Ex peditionary Force, wii! be interested in the following letter, which was recently received from him by Air A. T. Bart lett :— I know that it's against all the tra ditions of active service to write in ink. Strictly speaking, ail communications should be in pencil, written on wrappers and odd scraps of paper. They should j consist of terse sentences, and be full of big guns and blue smoke clouds. For tunately these ar!ic:es are not to hand, but a compromise lias been effected as regards pnper. [The letter is Written with ink on the margins of leaves from London Punch ] The idea of writing at all is to give, with as little exaggeration as possible, a few details of our sojourn in Kgypt. the nesh pois of which are things awful and v.-eird, indeed, I faii to see how Moses and Abraham and the rest of the family couid have been...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. SATURDAY, 23TD JANUARY. [Before Messrs A. Harris and J. Humphrey, Js.P.] TRAVELLING STOCK ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 January 1915

COSJKT OF PETTV SESSIONS. — Saturday, 23td januasy. [Roioro Mesars A. Harsis and J. Humphrey, Js.P.] TRAVELLING STOCK; ACT. W. Moore v. M. Liinnane.—Defen dant was charged with failing to travel sis miles with travelling sheep on 17ch November. Mr Hood appeared for the prosecution and Mr. Dalgety for defendant. Evidence was given that the 3heep had been detained owing to other sheep having got boxed with them. Also that they were not in a lit state to travel. The case had been adjourned from last sitting. —; The bench decided to dismiss the case. DEBT CASES. .T. J. Phelps and Co. v. A. Evans.— Claim for £3/17/9, for goods sold and delivered. Mr Hood appeared-for the complainants, and said the claim, had been settled.—Struck out. Ondgewa Dairy Co. v. R. D. Brand (default suminoos).—Claim for £33/13/ for goods sold and delivered. Mr Dal gety appeared fol4 complainants. No notice of defence was filed.—An order was made for amount claimed, with £3/3/ coats. carrier's licence. An applica...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 January 1915

Public Notice. BIG CAPTUREOF FOOD SUPPLIES AND OTHER .GOOD THINGS FOR NEW YEAR. CAMPBELL has obtained all the 51 best Brands of Goods obtainable in Melbourne at special prices. DRIED FRUITS—Currants, Raisins, Pr-uiies, Apples and Lemon Peel. A FINS 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 &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 ci$d 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 Hand Bags, Fan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 January 1915

Public Notices. COKRYONG. A.. X? Hj, KNIGHT ■ notifies.that he ^has^ta-k^n; a.ver.f-,he nbove well known hotel, and hope?) by strict attention to the requirements of patrons and keeping only the "bast brands of liquors to merit a continuance of the support accorded his predecessor. First-class Billiard Table, marker in attendance. Kvery attention paid to requirements of Tourists and Travellers. GOOD GRAZING PADDOCKS & STABLING. Stopping place for CRAWFOBP CO.'S COACHES, which leave this hotel daily (Sundays excepted) for Xallangatta, P11 f* /HI Of T> 1 I mi I" Ainw ATHl flP ft * A If A fi p a $ /p fi Hid 1/iWiJviis vvuoo i Ji v« MISS E. E. HILL, PR0PBIETKB3S. [HE ABOVE well known house ol accommodation has been renovated through out, and patron? may rely upon their requirements receiving every attention. Keasonabie tariff. Two tables. Piano. Bath. Good Stabling. Efficikxt Markkk. Tintaldra Hotel. F. p. Lucas, Licensee. First-class Accommodation for Travellers. JRest brsn ...

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CORRYONG A. AND P. SOCIETY. MEMBERS' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 January 1915

COISKFOreG A. AND EV SOCfiE'lT. MEMBERS' MEETING, A meeting of members of the Corryong A. and p. Society was held in the Athen £Eum Hall on Monday evening to discuBa the'advisability or otherwise of holding the usual annual show this year. About 20 members were present, and the presi-. dent (Mr T. Bennetts) occupied the chair. An,apology for absence was received from. Mr Ii. M'Kenzie. The president said that he had spoken, to a number of the members some time ago, and they had all thought it was not advisable to hold the show in view of the unfavorable season. He invited members, to discuss the question. Mr C. Paton said it was late to. talk of having a show now. If they had in tended to hold it, a start should have been, made earlier. Mr A. Harris said he had not altered his opinion, and could not see why tha show should be abandoned. The society had held a show in 1903, which was a worse year than the present one. He thought it would bo a great pity if they let the show fall tbrou...

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