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ASSOCIATION FIXTURES, 1913-14. January 10th. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 January 1914

ASSOCIATION FIXTUKKS, 1013-14. J::nn-iry With. Khaneoban v. Walwa, at. Curryung. Corryonjj a bye. January 17th. Kh;tncob.'in v. Corryou#, at Curryon^. Walwa a bye. January 2-Hh. Ccrryong v*. Walwa, at Corryotijj. Khancoban a bye. February Tth. Walwa v. Kliaueoban, at \Val.va. Corryon^ a bye. Wi<»! ii. wd.j lu'.i'.'y beater. by Nov.* South W.ilo.-; in the iutui.-itatc cricket match on Saturday. On Bosin^ Day a successful irhonf. wa.i held by Lhu NYalwa Gun Club. Following arc the winners :—Starling sweepstake-*.— J. M'Mockin, A. Drummond divided, and L, Pat on. £5 Pigeon Handicap.—A. Drumiuond and J. Alexander drew i/2 each, and tired off for remaining £1, which Drumtiionu won. Clay Pi^eun Handicap. —J. Clarke, first.. Clay Pigeon Sweep stakes.—E .C. Murray, first. Clay J'i^con Sweepstakes. — L. Patun, lirst ; J. M'Meekin, socoud. At the BalHua (N.S.W.) Turf Club's racca recent!}* a .section of the crowd r.x pressed disapproval of the manner in which the starter, who i,s a...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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CRICKET. CORRYONG v. TOOMA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 January 1914

■ «is«osiJ3a\ COUHYONU V. TOOMA.. The Corryong and Toama teams* played a ; niateli .011 Knight's Oval • on New Year's Day, and the game resulted in' a win for Corryong by f>9 runs. . Afternoon tea was handed round by Mrs R. Knight and her assistants, and which was ap preciated by the players. Scores:— Tooma. • ; J. Kilson, e Crawford, b R. Knight, 2 ; C. Mocatta, b Crawford, 8 ; C. Rogan, b Crawford, 18 ; L. Grieves, c and b Craw ford,- 8 ; J; Mocatta, b Crawford, :i ; W. Hiriehcliife, b l'indlay, 2 ; A. Hickoy, b Crawford, 7 ; S.'Donclan, b Crawford, 7 ; H. .Smerdon, not out, 5 ; S. Nichul*, b Crawford, 0 ; H. Stephens, b R. Knight, 1 ; sundries, 'J.—Total, 09. Bowling.—P. Crawford, 7 wicket* for 29 ruiis ; R. Knight, 2 for 20 ; J. Ward, 0 for 7 ; C. L'indlay, 1 for la. COKItYONO. W. Davis, b J. Mocatta, 1 ; A. Hamil ton, b J. Mocattn, M ; C. I'indlay, b J. Mueatta, 7 ; P. Crawford, b J. Mocatta, 2S ; .1. Knight, b Ro_ran, 40 ; A. l,ticcy, b J. Mocatta, 1 ; 1*. White, I) Rogan? ...

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MULTUM IN NUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 January 1914

fTiiii/rtJ.u in niuje. Walwa market mi 1 ."it.li inst. A prosperous New Year toon" and all. Over -2,0(10 men will bo engaged shortly on the construction of new railways. Harry Kiagson, the music hull artist killed in Paris by his father earned £.VJ a night. The losses in Rritish shipp!-i.; for the year 1913 reached the remarkable total of £6,0-S,000. By a fire on Friday the printing o'lieo of "Table Talk" and the "Kichiuon 1 Guardian" was destroyed. While excavating in Home, an Italian arclifcologist has unearthed the heart of the city built by Komulus. IWdttuetl mtu* foi the carriage of pared* of 'agricultural produce by rail came into operation on Thursday last.. Gilbey and Sons report for 1013 gives the area under vine.s in Victoria as l24,5i9 and Che total vintage 1,200,111 gallons. The tender o: Mr Irwin, of .Iii'iee, has been aeenpted for 40,000 sleepers f ir the Wftgga to 'Tu in barn mb a railway, at :J.'U lie"vli'ent "iiiSvwi.' ol -N.S.W. is the . 'Iarge.1t-ever known there ...

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ELECTORAL ROLLS. CANVASS OF STATE ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 January 1914

ELECTOStAli ItOLLS, CANVASS OF STATE .ELECTORS. Within the next few weeks police officers will cull at every house in Victoria in connection with the canvass j of persons qualified to be enrolled us | electors for the Legislative Assembly. | A schedule will he left at every dwelling. This must be filled in unci signed hv the occupier or person in ! charge. The completed schedules will J subsequently be collected and {ir I warded to Lhe electoral registrar fur j the divisiou. In previous canvasses it was found that, while the proprietors of hoarding houses were very careful | to innlude in the schedule the names of all their lodgers, they very often omitted their own names. Trie police have been specially instructed to scrutinise the return, and see thiit such an omission doea not take place. Prom the particulars supplied in the schedules the registrars will compile a roll,, expunging the names of those persons no longer entitled to a vote, and adding the names of the new claimants. ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 January 1914

WED1)1N«. VvOODBHIDGE —EHCKEW [CONTIUBUTKD J A pretty wedding was celebrated at. "Springfield," Khancoban, the resilience, of .Mr Andrew Hickey, on 17th December, when Ann, oldest daughter of Mr Hick<\y, was united in holy bonds to Frederick Daniel Woo lbridge, youngest so n of Mr Daniel Woodbridgo, "Rosehiil," Bendiek Murroll. TJie bride, who was siren away by her fuller, looked eha-rning iti a chic dress of whito pailotio si;k, aud wore customary wreath and veil, and: carried a shower bouq.iot of whito cirna tious and ferns. Mis3 Mary Hieke.v (bride's sister), acting as bridesmaid, was becomingly dressed in white Japanese silk, and woro a pretty gold brooch (^ifj of bridegroom) ; while the bridegroom was attended by Mr Andiv.w Hickey, j im., as best man. The Iiev. Father Campbell, of Gormanton, was the officiat ing clergyman. After the e.-remony all sat down to a sumptuous breakfast pre pared by the bride's mother, where the usual toasts were honored, the bridegroom aud...

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DECLARATION OF POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 January 1914

DECLARATION' OF TOLL. ! Ia ih-j presence of a largo and repre* j a'snMiivo garliHring nt' eloetors at Yac'k-. : andandah on Saturday, Mc \V. Moore, . rotiiniin-; ofilotsr of the electoral dUtrio& ! of Beruiuibra, officially doclnrod .Mr Julia, | William fjookie duly elected, M.-I^cldo, I on ri*inj,'to return thanks, was receivn 1 salt of lha olecition*^ : personal triumph for him, but a triumph, j for the principles nf LiboraH.s!«. H >. | nnmbra stood fi-'in in ih»i faith, and ! realised that in the priucL! .s of pro ; gressive Lib^raiUiu lay thr* i':»tnco of th* '• country. There w.i=? proh.-ihly no e \<s i stitr.eiwy in which ilw poH.->:biiis-ies ot dc. ; velopment ware greater than in iho rich valleys of Benanibra. Dining the emu pai^n, there hnd be^n no b<:t*jrmss b-: . two en uim-udf and hi* opponent, and ih-ku was I he basin on which elections should bo fought. IIr> hoped during his term a-j their representative to tre it c-v^ryona a'ike....

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THE INCOME TAX. THE CURRENT RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 January 1914

THK JSCSHJU TAX. THE CUKKENT RATES. IVi>onal Fror.i iix».'rlu>a. Property. iCviiry£l up to.1*500 HJ. ... (id tm) to i'l.tHO -M ... S.I ri,o(io to i-i.r.oo M ... uni Ovit -f-1 ,'r>U0" 0'1 ... 1:M An exemption of £-00 is allowed. No person whose income from personal exertion ami probity did not exceed i/JUs) ^hall he liable to lax. The rales for ei.mpa:,ic:5 are Sil for life a^nranee eonipunieH and 7*1 for others/

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WALWA SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 January 1914

WU.WA SI'OItTS. The Wahva annual sports meeting, iti nil? of tho hull i'unJ, was hnld in Sir j Joseph' IIanfin's "pTiu Clock "olrtJiTlv i i-fii n ! Day, when there was a large attendance ' of people from tho surrounding district, visitors being present from Germanton, Tnnibarumba nnd Corryong. Tliu results of i tices aro ns follows :— PONY RACK, 1-1.2 a.u. Four furlongs. Darcy Smith's Why, 9.0 ... 1 G. Nicholld* Sim:ina, 10.0 ... 2 A. Dnimmond's Farewell, 9 0 ... 3 Won by half a length. Seven starters. PONY HUNTER'S CONTEST. Lowden's Bashful ... ... 1 Thornby's Silvergray ... ... 2 Five others competed. . OPEN HDNi'EHS' CONTEST. H. Gidding's b h ... ,, ... 1 C. Kemp'o's ch h ... 'I Fonr competitors. ' • . - HANDICAP FOOTRACE, 100yds. • J.'Ramon ... • J E.Mann ... ...- ... 2 " Twelve starters. HANDICAP BRACELET. For' horses owned by persons living within n radius of 10 miles of Walwa. Five furlongs. Xi. Strachan's Gold Bar, 10.'7 ... 1 J. Banna's Mother's Boy, 10.0 ... 2 O. Hanna's J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 January 1914

1'iiblic Xwticos. CORRYONS RA(/IHG CLUB. Annual Backs IN' CORRYONG PARK u\ VVcclnosclny ami Thursday, 4th and o.th February, I'Jl 1. riiK^nrsT. -mil a. v. ;~.ai;-ri,!:Tr. T-- V. j'ltiatfl C i •>. A.mi.l IV. h!.ii\ J. Oamplj.-ll, A..I. rutwi'b. W. ll.iMiltnii. I!. ll.tni-, »T. ik-vcu-a. II. W. JI-H. l. V. K. K. KniirtiU T. LukiiiN A . an 1 I.. W.T. M'Vc.m, H\ iMiil.ii.>, II. jSmith, li, J. H-)l»er{wo. T. K. A. H. \Vat*jM 'mil 1], Wha'kr. Stevv«rv»s.-Mi^rs ttirtMt. Hamilton, Hojl, 9cam tiwll, WIlC-W llll'l W.ltM'a. 3Uirti.ir.-Mi V.\ K. riiUliju. JtidijL'-Mr A. U. Water,-. W<<i|rh!»3 Clork.-Mr T. N. Iicnriot-U;. Clerk of Cour^.-Mr H. S.nith. Swrtitary.-Mr J. S. FIRST DAY. (Wednesday, .(tli February.) TRIAL STAFFS, of 10 sovs. — Second liors* to receive, '2 .« »v-. out of Make. Foi- horst-s llint have nut won a prize eseeedin^ i'liCsuv;. W.f.;.. Winner r.ll>,rr.-?T7;',iu e/uVy-r^Tr: 7»—rrof — r or more races, <: \! ra. .Si:: fur Ion;',*1. Nomina...

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WIRE-NETTING. EXTENT OF DISTRIBUTION. NEARLY £250,000 WORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 January 1914

wikb:-:*etti;y«. EXTENT OK DISTRIBl TION, NEARIA £'250,000 WORTH. The fact that die system of distributing wire-netting curried out liy the State. Ministry is appreciated by settlers is shown by the extent' to which the supplies are availed of. Up to the present the length of wire distributed amounts to 10,000 miles', and represents a value of nearly i'250,000. Even though the farmers are now busy with harvesting operations, the demand is steady, but the Public Works Department, having large stocks on hand, is able to make immediate supply. More than half the length of wire lias been manufactured in Australia, mostly at Lvsaght's Sydney factory, but the I'ent lidge industry lias accounted for nearly 2000 miles. In the distribution of the netting, the Department claims that economy is exercised, with the result that the charge for such expenses amounts to only 6/6 per mile on the average, or about 1J per cent. The following list o: shires which are tiie largest purchasers of netting ...

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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 — 8 January 1914

Postal rates and regulations [Whei'0 the term "The Common wealth''' is used in connection with these rates and regulations it include* i'aoua, liurd Howe lidanj, and Noiioik isia.td.J l.Mi'liai.S. For every J ounce or \»i:c i:cn thereof. For didivury wjud-i u:j C.m.:;.;,a wealth 0 1 For ilfiu'i'ry in the Urihsh K;n pi:e 0 1 F_>: delivery in the Now tfobr.des, J>ai:ks, and 'iorrcs iidands ..0 2 Kor dtii i cry in other places .. .. 0 2j ! b.li CAKiXS. For delivery within the v. wo.ikh Single, Id. eaeh; ren'.\i id. eaeh had Fur delivery i:i the linmdi rhi.pnv <..-•< list ul plae.> under "Lei-u-r./'j --.rdi: Id. each. l\.r delivery in New Ue'nid s. I'j.e.k and. Tunes islands- 10. i eh t'oi' dehverv i;i other ph.v. 'J'-d. each. POST CAKU.S. Sinirfv i'v.-luird.v i:iip: e^-.-d wit h Un Id. stamp, and Keph or uju'i'.; tanh e:u*di hah of v. ideii has the hi. r.I:t::.] impressed u ay ho ua. .;Ut\ to place* it I.iii thv v. owa i, ,«• d;^. ilK;re 'h.--., * i&a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 January 1914

One stop won't t;:ke you very far— You've j-tot to kOLM. on walkin;;; One won] won't tell folks what you arc— You've (jot to keep on talking ; One inch won't make you very '.'ill— You've got to keep on (jrowin;;; One little " ml." won't do it all — You've i;ot to keep 'eui u'cinu'. Priuteci unci publisiic.i liy Aliikut T Uaf.tlktt, Sole Proprietor. at tlit oflice, Hunsfjii-utroiit, Ocit^sug in the Stiltu of Victoria..

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FIRST AID. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 January 1914

F11SST AIE>. The following useful hint?—the adop tion of which, in. country plnces may be tip.' mcan« of saving human life—have. !ujo" U-io-d by authority of tlie Australian Ileal;h Society : — There -lionhl \nr. in every home, a place known to t-vt-iy n;emh'>r of tbe household, hut out ,,f i lit* way of I lit- children, where are kept p-ady for iintn«diate u»e the fol !<>\\i:;^ articles, \vIiL'*l' cm he obtained from a e'um'.ist : —-A pair of scissors ; three or fojir |'ii-^i; needles threaded; a fee.* prepared bandages: some lint, adhesive pla-ter. -ilk ; cdUoii woo! foi padding ; oiivo oil, aii'I a bollle uf horucic or carbolic avid solution. i;i:rjsi:s anp SriMiNs. If a hnti.-e can 1 >e treated at once, Apply cold wauT. anil lit;' part at p'Ttect re-i and .-upport." Immediate plunging into cold water may pa-vent. swe! •'"o' but warn) :*t»j;l».•:?I ion- are m.vosary Jo removo it. with cotton wool ami bandaging lov i-ona* day-*. A day'- "ah-ohite run" at Ike...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 8 January 1914

In Memoriam. HAMMOND.—A tribute of love to the memory of my friend, Florence Ham- mond, who passed away at my home,   "Blencathara," Corryong, on Christmas Night, 1912. This is the day of remembrance to all; This is the day so sad to recall. —Inserted by M.R, "Blencathara," Corryong, 25/12/12. SIMPSON.—In Ioving memory of my dear husband, John, who died at Nuriel on January 5th, 1913. —Inserted by his loving wife, Ann Simpson.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 January 1914

Public Notice. Corryong and Upper Murray Agricultural and Pastoral Society. TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL SHOW TO BE HELD IN COBRYONG PARK ON' "Wednesday & Thursday, 18bh and 19ch March, 1914. Pp.BSIDENT.—Me T. M. Bf.n.netts. Vice-Presidents. — Mes9ra *\V. B. Hamilton, W. E. Phillips and H. L. Parslow. CoitiiiTTEB.—Messrs A. T. Birtlott, D. J. (Jionui, A. Harris, H. Harri?, A. L. Hamilton, J. Humphrey, F. Jager, R. E. Knight, A. J. Land, E. E. M<Kenzie, II.. JTankervis, C. E. Patan, H. J. Paton, rJi, N, —:—Rwves, Ja?.-wSltjss, 4P L. Sheathur m J. II. .Simpson. Treasurer.—Ml' A. T. Bartlett. PRIZE-LIST. HORSES. Class A.—Draughts. . Entry fee for non members, 5,'. ■ I Draught Station, 3 years or over. 1st, £2, gift of'Messrs K. H. Smyth and Co. i and, 10/. a Draught Colt, 2 years. ist, 20/ ; and, cert. 3 Brood Mare, with foal at foot.. 1st, 201; 2nd, cert. 4 Dry Mare, 4 years or over. ist, 20/; 2nd, cert. , 5 Farm'Gelding, 4 years or over, ist, 15/; =nd, 51 6, Pair Farm Horse...

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THE RAINFALL. The following local gauge readings for the current year are supplied by Mr Playle:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 January 1914

I | TISE RAINFALL, The following local gauge readings for tho currcut year are supplied by Mr Playlo JANUARY. 13th ... .. •• 0-27in. Total .. .. .. 0'37in.

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ASSOCIATION FIXTURES, 1913-14. January 17th. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 January 1914

ASSOCIATION FIXTURES, 1913-14. January 17th. Khancoban v. Corryong, at Corryong. Walwa a bye. | January iMtli. Ccrryong v. Walwa, at Gorryong, I Khancoban a bye. I February 7th. | Wahva v. Kliaucoban, at Walwa. I Gorryong a bye.

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KHANCOBAN v. CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 January 1914

KHANCOBAN v. CORKYONG. Corryon^'s teiuu to play Khancoban on Saturday, at Corryong, will bo selected from tho following :—R. Knight, T. Lupins, C. Rogan, J. Greenhill, P. Craw ford, G. Findlay, W. Sharp, E, Sharp. A. Enstlnke, A. Hamilton, J. Ward, P. Whitn, Nothercoto, R. Hibberd uud D. R. "Whitehead.

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KHANCOBAN v. WALWA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 January 1914

KIIA K CO BAN v. WALWA. Tho Wahva crickr.ters did not fulfil their engagement with tho Khnncobau ten m at Cnrryong on Saturday, 011 Recount of tho bush fires in the Wahva district. A match was played for a supper (loscra to pay) 011 Knight's Oval, Corryong, on Saturday last, between teams selected by K. Scammell and J. Mocatta, anil the game resulted in a win for tho former's team by 2iJ ruua. Following aro the scores :— J. Mocatta's Team. J. Mocatta, b Ureenhill, 8 ; B. Mac kinnon, 0 W. Scammell, b Prencott. 4 ; 0. Mocatta, c It. Scnminoll, b Hickey. 1 ; J. Kitson, b Greonhill, 0 ; It. Knight, c Hutchinson, b Prescott, 4 ; E. Everard, rim out, 15 ; E. Mildren, b R. Scammell, 2; J. Ward, e Hickey, b W. Scammell, 0 ; J. Militant, b Hickey, 2; P. - Luiiinsr, b Hickey, 0 ; J. Tumor, not out, 0 ; sun dries, 10.—Total, 54. Bowling.—R. Scammell, 1 wicket for 1G runs ; A. Hickey, U for 7 ; A. PreB cott, 2 for lo ; J. Greonhill, 2 for 7 ; W. Scammell, 1 for 0. ! R. Scammell's Team. R. Scnmm...

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THE Corryong Courier. THURSDAY, JANUARY, 15 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 January 1914

(touiiicv. THURSDAY, JASI'ARY, 1-i / 14. for tho cruuc that lacks ft-ss* - For tho \vronw's thut need ro - t Fur tho future in t!i*j d-v. • < »', And tiit' tint v,v cm d ». ; Tim-: pui-.-si-.s-SIONAl speech de i livered at Essendon by the State I premier (Mr Watt) an 5th instant, i covered a lot of ground, but when | it is remembered that the working ; term of the present Parliament is ! only a little over five months it is clear that many ot the proposals have little chance ot materialising into legislative action. A hopjful feature of the address was the straight-out.announoement that the .in elaborating propuiils in support' of this statement the Premier was rather disappointing. The great question of decentralisation was dismissed with a curt reference to railway workshops in oendigo and Ballarat and a few generalities. The appointment of a Royal Commission to investigate our closer settlement system holds out little prospect of early reform. A promise of consideratio...

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