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CORRESPONDENCE. TROUBLE AT UPPER THOUGLA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 March 1914

COKKKSI'OSDKSIin. TROUBLE AT UPPER THOUGLA. TO THE EDITOii OK TIIE COURIER. Deah Sin,—I would like to draw your . attention to tho fact that many people . who hivo to poison rabbits with apple*, pear*, peaches and plum*, do not «<ct their fr»iit honestly. It was only /ast weok while I was p.way (for one day only), that two well known reeidoms of Lower Though* came up and stole my fruit. They have told the public to go to Tommy Allan's and they will gat all tho fruit they require. Sir, if they wore starving, or conld not jjot any fruit for their family use, I would not think any. tiling of it. I have ^ive-n their families fruit and vegetables many times, but now - they have come and stolen it, and you may ao well bsj* robbed my mot-hen—_ Youro, etc., 12. R. MEUEANT. Tliougls. 2/3/'U.

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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THE Corryong Courier. THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 March 1914

Tlin (i'tn'uyomi (I'ouuieu. THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 19U. nr tlio y:iuse th:it !:u-ks For the \vron;;s that need r-.'si.sfc j »*»»r the future in t!u 4 «• » , I And tho jjoud tli u \\v cm il .. j I It is an ill wind that blows nobody good, and the present dry spell lias materially assisted ir. stirring the Corryong residents up to a sense of their requirements in the way of an adequate water supply. It is possible with our rainfall to make lair provision for individual needs by storage, but gardening is out of the question, and public ser vices such as drain flushing, street watering, fire extinguishing, etc., cannot be provided for without a regular supply. And the town has reached,the stage when the lack of these services is a serious handicap. On Monday next the Towong Shire Council will be asked to take the necessary steps.for the forma tion of a trust to provide Corryong with a water supply by means of a gravitation scheme from Thougla Creek, and as the members of the local riding ar...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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CORRYONG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 March 1914

CORHYONG MARKET. About 000 ilea l of cattlo were yarded nt the Corryom; monthly m irkai 0:1 Suurclay l ist, inc!a«liijfj 2-30 bullocks, 200 cowa «nd 150 steers ami heifers. Tiiore was a fair average iittomlancQ of buyers, but tlioy op«rated with caution in con sequence of the dry wcuher, and silos woro (lrag!»in;» throughout. Some good lines of bullocks,-1 and ,ri y-.virs oid, in forward condition realis e! up to £7j'jj ; others. younger ar.J smiller, to f.1/10/ mid jGC/10/. Fat cows brought i'4/15/ and £j ; two-year-old steers and heifers from £2/19/ tp -L-iS/G/; yearlings, 25/ t> 33/; and calves, from 15/ to IS/. A f,-\v lots of sheep wore yarded. Crossbred lambs brought 12/11, auu crossbred ewes, nv:>_ tooth, 15/S.

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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 — 5 March 1914

THE MARKETS. M E LI; 0 U R N K M AI! K!'1T S. [By Wiiii:.] Worlncsduy, 0 p.til. Messrs IfiuhieMii tind D.ivis, of St. J.imen' linilJinga, Williams-street, Mel bourne, wiio us na follows :— Fat Cuttlo.—Slfij vnrileJ, comprising 4-20 from N S.W., 810 from North IO tst, 550 f.'iui G.pp-sl i l l, y.TJ from South Gippslii:iri, 200 f r;»iii isoi'th, :ui>l i>00 from West. Bullocks generally ruled easier, but cows wuro in very linn request. Prime pctia of builoclc^, £11 to £12/7/0; odil beasts, higher; goo.l, -£0/3/ to £10 ; qood, anil huu ly, £8/10/ to £0 : Hfcomls ami inferior, £5/10/. Prime pene of cov.-n, £S/5/ to £0 ; o !<i beasts, to £11 ; {Jdo.I, £7 to X'S ; others, from £4. i Fiit Calves. — 1520 per.tieu. Prices Fomewhut easier. Fit Sheep. — 3J,000 yiir.led. The I ilcui'inil was inactive, p.iriiilly owing to exporters operating cautiously to u souie whut litniieil extent, nnd price? ruled from 1J to 2/ por h ml 1 Iuver. 'I'lu mirltei.] improvement ei-peri-'iico l in...

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OMEO RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 March 1914

OMEO HACKS. Ti'.t- attention of lior.-iemvners is directed to (.lie progr.unme of Ouibi U.iues iLilvur tiacil elsewhere. Kii'.rie.n elme on 1-Uh Miu-uli. Tim muutiiijj takes i>l:ii.-e on IStli Mnreh. . The following weights liava al ready been deolaicd in eonneetion with tlieHO ruees :— Trinl Stakes.—Keyword, 0.7 ; Corn l'ollen, 7.10 ; Conunt's Queen, 7.7 ; I3ell B);iek, 7.:). Omm l'liiiii.s Handicap.—Goldstcp, 9.0 ; King Bower, 9.0 ; Corn Tollon, l.S ; Coimnl's Queen, 7-5.

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FLEMINGTON RACES. WALLALO WINS AUSTRALIAN CUP. The V.R.C. Antumn Meeting was continued on Tuesday in fine weather. The attendance was good. Results:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 March 1914

FLKMINGTON RACKS. WAIjIj.YLO WINS AUSTKAIJAN GUI'. Tiie V.U.C. Ant 11 mil Meeting was con- j linucil on Tuesday in line weutlier. The i attendance was Results :— f Hopeful Stake*. —Kanty# i, Wunmvoo*;, Van Uio:u\ Ai<i*ot. Viile Stakes.—Wourak, An-Wino, '■'nqt'ii! ie. L'uj: - Vv",*•.!:.:i•?, . . ; i.c.C.'-: v. •. < 1> *'• 'it ?Vl i;*.; -..'.A :..,i C. Tip'.t:, ii.f/J. j Mj/o'i :\.hj 1' i 7 •: .'-L *A l;1

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TRUSTS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 March 1914

TICIJSTS. The Prime Minister is supremely confident of Federal ability to den) with trusts if they venture to exercice their monopolising tendencies in Australia. He views with magnificent iqunuimity any effort that nwy he made to secure a grasp ou our virgic sources of production. This assur ance, however, is not absolutely con vincing to those who have some know ledge oI the manner in which these mammoth combinations have over riddou unv attempt at restraint in other countries. Tim people of the United Slates liavo become powerless in their grip, and Argentiua has been converted into a conquered province, j Now, iitteiition is being turned to Australia, and ft similar process of absorption is in progress. If state ments made on this sulijVct are to be believed, the Meat Trust is fastening its tentacles firmly on the pastoral industry. Immense meat preserving works have been established on the Iirisbane River, and others are in contemplation in Central and Northern I Queensland, Th...

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 March 1914

T KiWIS. A irmrriod v. sinylo mutch, men's doubles, will bo played on thu Curryon;; courts on Saturday nnxt. A rnixinl donblna hauiliuap tounuunenl will bo played oil 1 till iiiiit. • Eiilriw fur tiio iftttor wiil clu-iu on 10th iuJi.

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MULTUM IN NUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 March 1914

niiii/riiu i* Tnwong Shire Council incets on Monday. Mrs .1. Anderson, of Towong, 1ms seourcd the catering right fur tIk? (,'orryong .Show. A meeting of lIih .Show committee will lie 11o 111 on Monday evening at Jager's Hotel. Tom Mann is leaving London oil Satur day to organise the South African workers. Public meeting lit Tintaldra on Satur- j day, to nmke arrangement* lor annual I Gymkhana. I To-date tlic Country Roads Hoard ha.i accepted tenders for road** works totalling £3'jto-;4/]i;;4. Railway Htrikn mobs in Lisbon are in charge of the street*. They have burned down the central station. Towonj^ Shire Council invites tenders for | supplying gravel in heap* ou ni:tin roiul, from Klipp0^ f-'°kie Colae bridge. Mr A. A. Bills,>11, M.L.A., was lined £5 in Ueeehworih !a»t week for failing to destroy St. Johir.s Wort on hi* property. ; MoH.-rfl 1).timely and (•»»., auctioneer?, 1 AMmry, will hold a speei'il ea:tN; sal** in their Corryung yard* on Saturday, 11th in*L Meiers A. \V. ...

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 March 1914

SECOND DAY. The Hurdle Rico—;ho first- evont on Friday—was an improvement oil the cros.i-country events of tho last fow meetings. There ware four starters and, nil got arotmd. Tha result was rathor u boil-ovcr. Tho Wathrook marn, Miss Favor, was backed down to 0:1.1s on, but she failed to amy out tha jimrnoy, and Buniala, mi outsider, won easily. Ho jumped wall aid put up a good per formance). Only two wont out for tho Trial Stakas. Pan In was first past tho pout, but was disqualified for running inside a post near tho start, and tho race was awarded to Mr Sim. Tho Squatters' Purse brought out a field of six. Doani bristlo'was made favorite, and had a long lead at tho bridge. He then dropped back and though ho luado a good run in the Btraight bo was beatefi by Demand by a neck. It was subsequently found that Doiinibristle had turned one of his plates. Biflerest had a lot of support in this event but failed to got a plaoe. In the Indi Handicap immediately afterwards, how ever, lie wa...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 March 1914

si'ourixtj- xuies. Winning sires at Tou-ou^ Uacos were : — Siai, linikp:in, t Jold.-iliell, Pistol, Favour, Bundook ami Jtarr. lov. itit won th.-. Newmarket Handicap at Klemin^ton on Saturday. with Cider^ticond ami Aleconner third. Winner *Urted at •2D to ]. Sujce^fnl jockoy.s at the Towon^ Races la.^t week Wei.* :—llyland {live' winnei*), O'Hrien (three), Parkhur.U (two), Jones and W. Muriel! (one each). The championship billiani match bet ween f»r<ty and Recce commenced on Monday. Scores at the end of ih.e lir.st session were : —Gray, 1-U3 ; Kee.-e, 1-JJ.1. Axemen aie reminded that entries for the two handicap Woodchojw (Standing UliM'k and Underhand (Jimp Bluek), to he c-ompsL.Ml for at the Corryoa^ Show (in iSth and liltli March, close with the sec retary (Mr Acoeks), on Saturday next, 7th inst.

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LOCAL LAND BOARD. CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 5 March 1914

L'OtJAiL. s> ES!),t£iO. UOUItYONG. A Local Land Board was held at the Courtdiouse, Corryontf, on Tuesday la-t, when Mr T. K. Wyall, Laud Officer, dealt with the fallowing cane* : — C. C. Klippcl applied to select pirt of allot. 02. HB nere.s, parish of L'olac Colnc.— Applicant stated lliat he was a married man with two children. He wa«» renting au Agricultural College reserve adjoining the land applied for.—Recommended. C. 0. Klippel applied for aih>t. Go and part of alloc,. 02, olS acres, parish of Colae Colac, as a grazing area lease.—Applicant stated that land adjoined an Agricultural College reserve rented by him.—Kecoui mended. Executors of II. Duunnon, decease'!, were called upon to show cat;.-'*? why ltja.se of allot. HO, -UK* acres, parish of Tintaldra, should not he forfeited.—The parties did not appear, aud the innuiry was post A.' Jlhmrfell wan called upon to show eauv.: why'lease of allot. M:>, ,"ioS acrcs, parish of Tintaldra, should not he forfeited. —lJlundel...

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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 — 12 March 1914

THE KAIKPAM,. THE YEARS' KECOHDS. Following tiro the records of the triik f.il) for 1005, 5903, 1:J07, 1908, 1009, iOIO, 1911, 1912 ami 1U.I8 £0-80 OS-OS AO-IC SL-85 Po OC 80-iS B8-K5 05-BC 04-03 f-R C cr-v lfi-9 OS'S 24-0 44-0 U-'f 00-5 SM •aoa ei-o Oof a'5-i i trc I'M) 041 04-fi B4-I' U:-0 -A0M a-s T'J-l nt. i J v-z flS'S' or,'. [ 45-1 1)9-1! (»-•{• ■mo 09-5 V.'J f! l:!M H-o 99-1 C'.-'-ii K5-1 VT-l 1IK-5 90-5 19-5 Hli-0 Hi--?, !•!'•!! CM '-■1-S ffB-S VI-1 ■Buy 55-1 fal'-U 81' 1! H'-'.t t'O-o 14-1 1:4-3 CM! os:-y SO-O Hl-1! 0(5-5 011-5 1 i-'J im-is tii-l COM 54-'j illlllf 1:4-1" KiVO 56-5 (;o-o IH-B i:::-5 9t>-0 'js:-s; 54-5 IS-O PC-1 (il)-0 fi'0-0 r-j.'-s; 01-3 4ft* I 09-1 I!-11'V T'4-f HO-1 1U-1' •J'J'S 4i:-t: 18-0 I'.)- [ hs:-9 40-0 '•"'K 59-1 oy-i 40-{' (KM 54-1 r-n-i 110-5 84-0 fe't'-1 09 o >10 AG 5 1)0-5 Sl-I m-s (JIM •|!M u:-o 'lU^' BIOl 5101 HOt 0101 6001 8061 4061 3U6I GOOI Ont> sti'p won't t?v!:o yon vory far— You've gotto koep on walking; One word won't tell fol...

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PROGRESS OF PAPUA. AGRICULTURAL AND MINING DEVELOPMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 March 1914

FKOGKESS OF AGRICULTURAL AND MINING DEVELOPMENT. Very favorable indications of the progress of Papua were noted by Mr A. S. Bloomficld, of Melbourne, who has just returned from a visit to the territory (savs the Ago). He states that two of the rubber plantations are in bearing, and trees four years old have averaged over 2lb. of Para rubber each per annum In the Ma ay States the average is about lib. The usual aver age girth three fee: from the ground of trees at this age in the Malay States is iS inches. In Papua the average girth of the trees is wel! over 20 inches. The native "'boys" d > their work wrll. and the rubber is ino^t favorably reported 011. Roughly speaking, there arc between 3000 and 4000 acres of rubber under cu'tivation. .In cocoanuts there is quite a "boom." Many new planters are taking up land, the total area being about 40,002 aires, and pleasure is expressed at thq? growth of the trees. The plantations Sxtend from Woodtark Island practically to the German and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 March 1914

Public Notice. '■A Happy New Year to All." A. E. Thomas, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, C U D G E W A, O ORDTALTA* rornnm ihunfes tor put romi^e extended to him during the i prist year, mid begs to invite insertion i of his Now Year Goods, now opening up, ! in \vt*U selected Drapery, Clothing. I'aota ! and Shoes, O'*oi;k"r\. Glr»--vvi(.'h'-ic-st G-.C-i- * .:■ „U.\ Veil;' jj'.'i, und A'l PVmilios wiitnd on. rik) ordera car«fv»l:y umde «p and delivered throughout th* district. "The Oorryong Courier." NOTICE. F consequence of tho conditions ira-. posfl by the Gentry Printers'Wages. Bouvu—i ho amended ivv,->ird of which came into operation on 27th October—wo are compelled to friiius several new refu tation- in regard to Advertisements und Correspondence intended for insertion in the Courier. Notice i.s hereby yiven that the^e rulea will be adhered to strictly. Advertisements.— All new advertise* nsents must be in hand hj 1 p.m. on. Wednesdays. Changes of niandin^. advertisements will not be re...

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CHURCH NEWS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 March 1914

CIll'KVH NEWS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. The Rev. F. U. Peakc desires us to in timate that hi? subject, for Sunday nest in "The Love of God." Tlie Children of Mary of St. Augustine's, Woilun^a, rceenlly presented the Rev. Dr. Flynn with an elaborate and rosily vest ment known as an alb, worked in Brussels lace. The present waj suitably acknow ledged by the rcvcieiul recipient.

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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 — 12 March 1914

POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term 4tTbo Common wealth" is used in connection with those nitos and regulations it includes Papua.. Lord Uowe ijbnJ, and Norfolk Island.j Lli'l TJ211S. 3i enumerate Fiji, New For ovcrv J ounce or fraction thereof. J For delivery within the Common wealth .. ^ . 0 1 For dciiverv in the British Em pire - • 0 * For delivery in the N»;.v H^bruios, BailivSj n '1 i_l 'itj;rcL> ..0 2 For de.i. ery in other pluses .... 0 LK'i'iKii CAiiPo. For delivery within the Commonwealth Sin&le, I'd. each; 1 eplv, Id. each hail or delivery iti the lini;sii lu.ipir-; list ot pK'.< vb uudor ••Letter:.")—^. ylc. Id. cach.. .•r <lelu cry hi New tlvnnd'-^, ;in;l Torres hsluuds —-4. /or delivery in other pl..»:i:s— bia^Jv. 2}d. each. POST CAllDa. Single poiiit^rvl.s i'.np:''Vi*h in [rl. Ktatnp, and Kvpiy or duubie cards each tiall of v.iue'a has the Id. st.u:.j in.prusasd thereon, may be Ira^smiiU. to pieceq within the Coiini:"::Wi.-.iki...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. SATURDAY, 7TH MARCH. [Before Messrs Cronin and Harris, Js. P.] DEBT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 March 1914

COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. — Satciidav, 7th maech. [Before messrs Cronin anil Harrin, J.. P.] debt casf.s. T. W. Brown v. W. il. Draper (default BMumons).—Claim for services rendered. Mr Dalgety appeared for complainant, and Mr Hood for defendant. Mr Dalgety asked for an adjournment to 2nd May. to allow time for Dr. Brown's attendance. The notice of intention to defend had only been received on 2nd March. Mr Hood agreed to adjournment on payment of 10/0 coats.—Adjourned to 2 id May. No costs allowed. T. W. Brown v. R. II. Butler (default, summons).—Claim for -£3/1/, for service# rendered. Mr Dalgcty sppeared for com plainant. No notice of defence was filed. —An order was mado fur £5/4/, will) £1/9/ costs. A. A. M. While v. M. Stockwell.— Withdrawn on the application of Air Hood (for coiuplaiii'int). T. \Y. Mnrr.iy v. K. IVard.—Claim for £20/4/. for goods sold and delivered. Mr Hood appeared for complainant, ami Mr Dalgety for defendant. Mr Dalgcty asked for full particular* of the cla...

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THE RAINFALL. The following local gauge readings for the current year are supplied by Mr Playle:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 March 1914

T53K JCIIVF4!,!,. Tht» following IomI rr-a.liiv.^ inr th(» emn-nt war a:v Hinnliotl by Mr I'layl,.':— lanaiuy .. .. .. Violin. PRBRL'AKY. 10-h OO-'in. Oil, men-haul in this lumr of oeo, ft oil ;his paper you should ecu, Take our ruh i(-ot and now bo .V.V.v, Go straightway out ami ndveitiii. You'll find [lie project of sonjo mm ; Neglect can otfrr 110 hXijij.}. Be wisp at cmoe prolonj; your daaa, A silent hiisin.rs . soon dkkk. U.S.A. Coy.iiitsio.NEH. — A few days :i^'o it was announced that Mr Alfred Dc-akin had consented to act, on lie half of the Commonwealth, ns chair ! man of the eimmis-don which will control the Australian t-xl;il>it at the fnrtbeotmn" F-urimu Exhibition. The exact li i'iuv (hc Mr Dciliin's future duties has rj.il yet Iveu arriiHiicrl, and the p. rii'J for v.iiii' h lie will remain in I America a- n-prcoi-utative of the Com- i mouwor.llli is also another open matter. Tin) whole question will probably lie finally Fettled this week, j vvhen Mr I>v-:ikin und...

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SHOW WOODCHOPS. HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 March 1914

SHOIV W«OI>OKOI'S. HANDICAP?. The following handicaps have ln-cn :il lotted by Mr Acock« for tlx; woodclioppiug events to take place at the Corryun^ Show : — Staudinj; Chop, -1 tin. girth. — A. J. Toolcj, scratch ; A. Turner, scratch ; J. Sntedley, Ssee. behind ; JC. Mann, I'Jsec. behind i K. H. .larvis, lj-cc. behind ; C. Mann, losec. behind ; A. Kendall, JSsco. behind ; H. L. Par-low, L'Oaee. behind. Underhand Chop, lSin. f;irth.—A. J. Tooley, scratch ; A. Turner, scratch ; lj. Mann, 5aec. behind ; li. II. Jarvis, lOsec. behind ; C. Mann, lOiee. behind ; A. J. Kendall, 12 see. behind ; IF. L. l'urslow, Hscc. behind. A public meeting to make arrangements for the animal gymkhana was held at Tintaldra on Saturday, Mr M'Meekin presiding. It wan decided to hold the fixture on the usual dale (KaRler Monday), nro^raimne to include horse and pony iiuntcrs' contests, bracelet and hack races, pony raceu, novelty vw*, ladies' driving and nail driving contest*, 11 ay races, fool re.eea, be...

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