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THE TALLANGATTA TRAIN SERVICE. The following is the existing time table for trains leaving Tallangatta:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 March 1914

'5':25-: * i"S'\ 'g'SCAf* The foHowii;^ is the itime table for n-siins ienvin^ Ta!l;ini,';iUa :— Monday ... Tuo'-'dfiv ... Woiln'.'a<l(ty Tliursilivy Friday ... Sat n nitty .. 10.45 a, 8.!i0 a. .. 10.45 a. fj.aO a. .. 10At't a, 0.50 h.

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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THE PREMIERS' CONFERENCE. PROBABLE SUBJECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 March 1914

THE PHE5IIEBS' COS« FEKKSl'H. PROBABLE SUBJECTS. The conference of State Premiers pill I be held in the on J of the prosant month, j The arrangements are fairly complete, | and it is possible to indicate the nature of tho principal subjects to be disousse.l. : Somo of t!ia subjects will he discussed openly, but others will bo debuted in camera. The business paper will com prise tho following : — Panama Exposition.—The settlement | of further ch-tails concerning the repre sentation of Australia. Transferred Properties and Service.".— Compensation and rato of interest, paid by tho Commonwealth to tho States for properties, to he considered in conjunc tion with tho rate of interest charge I by the Commonwealth on loans made te tho Stateu out of the note issue reserve. Atso payment by the Commonwealth to tho States for services icndi-red by the States. Immigration and Commonwealth Co operation therein. Transfer of State Dalits to tho Com mon wealth. Murray Waters.—Tho Commonwealth Gover...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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REGISTRATION OF TEACHERS. CONDITIONS UNDER NEW ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 March 1914

Eti:uisiuvno\ of TIM <11 9:iES. condi; ION i u.xdkk new act. At u ot tlv Council of Educa- j turn but week. the director of K location | (Mr F. Tate) presiding, tho registrar of: the council (Mr B-jttom*) rend a state ment defining fin* poslti m of teachers under tho Registration of Teachers and Schools Act 1914. i Mr bottom* said tli.it. in th> definition j of a "school" under the principal net. no I rufovence was mule to the uge« of children ! in fin assembly constituting a sehuol. The j ueiv act set oat that where throo or more I persons between the agei of six and | eighteen years were being instructed in | any of the subject* mentioned in tho sec tion f.uch an assembly was a school within the meaning of the net. Tlui following subjects had been added to tho list, con stituting a school :—IlU'orv, any natural or experimental, or applied science, book keeping, shorthand, and accountancy. If was now made quite clear that business colleges mid comm-rciul schjol* came ...

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

Public Nonce. The Towong Races are over; but The Race of the Year is just on. Don't Miss It! HAS DECIDED to clear the balance of ' all the stock of Ladies' Corsets on hand to make room for a New Leading and Famous Make of Corset which is to open shortly, and the room is required for these. THE OPPORTUNITY IS NOW To make the Deal of the Year -at the Great Corset Clearing Sale. fSH xflx S8? w gj? 3$ - 1 The Prices mean Given Away ! Corsets, 13s 6d, reduced to 7s lid Corsets, 9s 6d, reduced to 4s lid Corsets, 6s lid, reduced to 3s lid In all sizes, and below cost. . ® ® ® ® This is the Opportunity of a Lifetime. The stock of Corsets must be cleared absolutely below cost price, and these prices are guaranteed genuine, ® ® ® ® ® - - - - ALSO - - ~ - A special line in Ladies' Black and Tan Shoes, in all sizes, to be cleared out. Reduced from 12s 6d and 10s 6d to 6s 6d pair, $ ® ® ® ® f 1 Come one and all, and save money by dealing at J. Campbell's Store, CORRYONG. Auetfon A jtiiouiicemems...

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

nryoiig Hotel/' " COBKYONG-. u.-WPifl TFT1 'JIJ amrr-iazffmw '?V-: : ,11. E. KNIGHT ,|_|'13RE3Y notiG^r. llml ho bis lA'on' over tlio abjve w.ill known hntul, ami (u.pns by strict attention to the requirements of patrons and keeping only the best brands of liquors to merit a eomim;:tnci> of the support accorded hi* predecessor. First-olass Billiaril Tublo, uini kcr in ntti.'nii.mcL'. Every attention paid to requirements of Tourists and Travellers. GOOD GRAZING PADDOCKS & STABLING. Stopping place for CllAWFOBD. & ; CO.'S:. COAC0ES, .which leave this hotol tlrtily {Snnclaj'.s esceptecl) for Tallangiitta. Ti|e ferpg Cole Palace, .. : M;r:8 S,B. E. HILL, V * PllOPEIETBSSS. ' JfJ^HErABOVE".well known house ot iiecquiruoJation has. bean renovated rlliro'nj;h |, out, and patrons "may. raly. wpou tiicir requirements-receiving >very attention. ,' ' Ituasouiible tariff.;': T«'o tables. Piano. BfUh. _.Qopd Qtsblitij;. \VEZ.L"EQi'rppi:n Biluaiid R.->o.\r. ' EmoiEST Maus...

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THE A. AND P. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 March 1914

j THE A. Aj\D V. SOCJE TV. ! A meeting of the committee of llio Corryoiig A. and l\ Society was held at Jagtr'.-s ilo'el oil Monday evening, when the following membera wero present, viz., Messrs T. Bennetts (chairman), A. anil II. Harris, .Jiger, Humphrey, lloss, I'-iton. itawe.--, Ilunil'oii, Sheather and Birtl"tt and th.- secretary. An :ip j1 ogy for absence was received from Mr A. J. Liod. Minutes of previous meeting were read an'l confi rmei). The secretary re ported tiiat work on the ground was practically campktcl. Correspond ence was read from .Mr L 'ckic, M.L.A., accepting the co(!iti]it:ee'rf invitation to be present at the show, hat stating that the Premier (Mr WaM) would be unable to attend. The tsfitrer-.fy .'tated that the society its; to t ike one ni;/;u'rf proceeds us its shire <_>C ihe show en tertainment;-', an I, in view of the smokt! .-social to he hul-1 on the first night, it was decide! to take that night. Mr Ajocks was appointed handic-ipper for t...

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THE Corryong Courier. THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 March 1914

(CuriUjDUg Qliutmr. THCIiSDAY, MARCH 1?, l"ll. l-'or the cm® th.'it luekd , . for the wrongs thut nuud resist 1'or thu fli: 11 t'e in the iIt- . t-, Ami thu ^ood tli.it a'u c tii -I j. \ "'I'm-, Couuier."—Iti coiift/qnenct i of the Auuual Show, the "Courier" i next week nil! be published ou Wed uesday morning. Advertiser:; and I others kindly outi. Show Niohts.—Thw Tumbarumbit Pictures Ltd. will provide mitertain ini-nts in lliu Dew Athiiuiouui Il.iil on Show Nights. Wednesday night'.-, proceeds will be ia aid of thu society. Interesting programmes are announced (seti advt.). ; The Snow.—Thu Corryong A. aud P. Society's annual show takes place oil Wednesday and Thursday next. Conditions are not very favorable at preseut, rain being wanted b.uliy. but if the state meteorologist's pre diction of a general fall this week be verified, thu situation will be saved. Exhibitors are reminded that entries close on Saturday nest, at six p.m. Late entries close ou Monday at ei-jh; p.m. Tug priz...

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

Pitbltc Notice. under, to be driven iu harness, ist, 20/, gift of Messrs Campbell and Sons ; 2nd, cerf. 1 10 Tandem Team, ist, 20/, gift of Mr W. B. Hamilton. ! 11 Fastest Trotter, saddle or harness, stallion's eligible, ist, £5 ; 2nd, -t't gift of Mr W. Whitehead, "Light ; house.") Distance, one mi'e. Last | three performances to be given with entries. Distance handicap. Special | entry, members, 2/6 12 Polo Pony, to he judged by points, for quality, style and ability, ist, £2/2/; 2nd, £1/1/1 both gift of Mr F. Jager 13 Best Groomed Horse, and best kept saddle and bridle (new gear barred); ist, jC'lih gift of Mr H. L. Pars.low 14 Flag Race, ist, 20/.. gift of Mr T. N. Bennetts. Entry," 1/ Class F.—Hunters, Entry fee for members 5 per, cent., for nan members*-10 per cent, of first prize, 1 Maiden Hunter, for horses that have not won a jumping race or first prize ov'cr jumps at a show. Winner to sign a declaration if required. To carry ust. over ten 3ft gin hurdles. First, £5 {£3 gif...

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

Public ft'otlco. Corryong and Upper Murray Agricultural and Pastoral Society. TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL SHOW TO BE HELD IN CORRYONG PARK ON Wednesday & Thursday, 18th: and 19oh March, 1914. I Pr.F.SWF.NT. — Ml! T. N. Ueksetts. Vu:K - PliKsilI1KN-TS. — MfSHrS W.' B. Hamilton, \Y. 10. Phillip3 and II. L. I'arslow. Committeh.—Messrs A. T. I'artloU, i). J. Cronin, A. Harris, II. Harrir, A. L. Hamilton, .1. Humphrey, F. Jagcr, II. E. Knight, A. J. Lam), R. H. M'!Cou7.k', II, Nankurvis, 0. 13. Pivton, IJ. J. Pato.:, G. N. i{-iWG», Jus. H. Eojs, L. Slu'fUher and J. H. Simpson. TnE.vsuRr.r..—Mr A. T. Bartletfc. PRIZE-LIST. HORSES. Class A.—Draughts. Entry (co for non mcmhora. 5'. 1 Draught Stallion. 3 years or over, sst, £2, gift of Messrs R. H. Smyth and Co. ; and, 10/. 2 Draught Colt, 2 years. ist, 20/ ; 2nd, cert. 3 Brood Mare, with foal at foot, ist, 20/ ; 2nd, cert. •1 Dry Marc, 4 years or over, ist, 20/ ; 2nd, c<=rt. 5 Farm Gelding, 4 years or over, ist, 15;; and, 5' . . ...

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TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. CORRYONG WATER SUPPLY APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 March 1914

TOIVO.VO SIllliE C'OOTCIL. CORRYONU WATER SUl'PI.Y Al'PROVED. The monthly meeting of the above body was hold at Taliangatta on Monday, Cr Cronin \yjw the only local ruling member present. Correspondence waq read from the Corrj*ong pro^r<M4 Association asking the council Co take the necessary «tep:J tor the formation o: a trust and tin; obtaining of a loan to carry out a scheme to provide a water supply for Corry.r;^, plan and estimate* of which supplied. On ti»e initio.*) <•.' C; Cronin, •*.eeoi:«!*:ci by (.'r Palon, it W.wi it: t'iS.iL til-: p.i b'J t , Mid that a 1u:lu o; J be applied for. A report received from Sergeant .Moore regarding the pipe drain in front of the CiM'.rt-Iiou-e Hotel, and tlie engineer was ki«tru;'.ti'd to attend to the matter. A reipn;-L that the sireet cleaner ins allowed to purchase water for flushing the drain was granted. The annual report nf Dr. C:T:'nham (health oiiieer) sh<»w»:d tbaf tIi" ennditi^n of the town and dist...

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CUDGEWA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 March 1914

HM, PltOM A CORK KSPuN'DK N'T. Harvest Tlmnlc^ivin^ Survive in con nection with tli.; (JlmrHi of Ku^Iand was cotutuuLiHl in lIju Public Hall l»y the Uev. I**. If. IV'rtktj on Sunday, *J-Jnd ultimo. Though, the dry hot weaiher naturally uflVctod orchards and gardens, tIiti display way very creditable, and the offerings of tlowers, fruit, vegetables and cereuls wore effectively and tastefully arranged through out the building. At tl do o[wiling of the service a large congregation win in attend ance : but Lhe call for iirebeaters unused hasty exit of nmiiy. Tile rev. speaker took the subject of his diHcourse from liulie viii, 10, and impressively point rayed the parable of the "Sower," touching'on the bounty iiiiil goodness of the Almighty even in this seemingly trying season. Miis M'Kenzie presided at the organ, and suit.';!)!'.' hymns were rendered by tiie eun JSk'.nohe Sheather, the little daughter of Mr ami Mrs K. 8. Sheather, Wabba, had the misfortune to break her arm during the p...

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TENNIS MATCH. MARRIED v. SINGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 March 1914

T K S .-•>! N iYIATCiJ. XIAIUIIUD v. SINGLE. A match —liuirrioJ v. single —waft played 0:1 theCoiryong Courts oil Saturday lust, re sulting ill win (or the fonujr, 11 i-i score.! being - Married, 2 rubbers, 5 sets, g.unas ; Single, 2 rubbers, -! sets, SS gani"S. Mr J. Mocatta (Warbrook) played in place of Dr. Groanliain, who was absent. Following arc the details : — Netlioreole and Bartlett (S.) beat Cummins ami Hurke (AT.), G—0, (j — 0. Nethe.-cote anil Barllett (S.) bent Entwisle and Moure (M.), G—2, 5—G, 0 —1. IJurUe and Cummins (M.j be.it Mocatta. and Voucher (S.), 0- !!, G—3. Untwisle and Burke (II.) beat Mocatta and Uoucher (S.), G—2, G — 1. A mixed doubles handicap tournament will be played at Corrvong 011 Saturday noxt. The following letter, signed by several Omco residents, appeared in the Argiu recently:—Kindly allow us to draw attention to the cruel way dwellers and travellers are treated here in the mountains. Corryong to Omeo, 100 miles, contains in miles of uncut ro...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 March 1914

Sl'URTIXiJ NnTV.S. Entries for Omea Races close on Satur day. Sue [ulvt. Annual, iueal.ii>;: of Curryong Pony Rac ing Club on Mo,ida; { evening. Parisian by three-quarters of a length in the record time of 5mi». *22£9ee. The airman, Hawker, broko tlic Aus tralian height record at Albury 011 Satur day; with a flight between 7.000 and 8,000 feet. In descending Ik; damaged his machinc. Tito eommittce of the Corryong 1*0113' Kace Club met at Jager's Hotel on Mon day evening, Mr A. Lukius presiding, and decided to hold their nextiaee meeting on Wednesday, -J9Mi April. The dub is in a fair financial position. The Hosing Day meeting resulted in a profit of over £12. Tlie club's liability in connection with the running rail is paid. As will be seen by and intending members will meet, at tlie (.'orryong Coitee l'ulace on Monday evening nest to elect '• Jiiee-bearc.rs for the secund year of the club's existence, the present committee, stewards and other olli'dals retiring oil that night by...

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THE MARKETS. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [BY WIRE.] Wednesday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 March 1914

THE MARKETS. M E L U 0 U R N !•: MARK E T 3. [By Wif.f..] Wednesday. 0 p.m. Prices for best bullocks showed pr.iotic- ' ally no alteration from late rRtos. Oilier cat Lie svero 10/ lower. [Our uflual wire with quotations did not como to hand last ni^lit.]

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THE CUDGEWA DAIRY COMPANY LIMITED. DIRECTORS' MEETING. [SUPPLIED.] [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 March 1914

TSIE C?I!»(JEWrA »Ui£VCOJI PAKV Minnii). DIRECTOKS' MEETING. [sUl'PLIED.J Tho ordinary monthly mooting of directors of the above company was hold at tho manager's office, Corryong, 011 Thursday last, when tho following mora bora were present, viz., Messrs A. I'laylo (noting chairman), A. Il-irris, E. Land and It. M'K-inzio and tho manag.-r. Apologies for absence were received from Messrs Mitchell and Iienuotts. Minutes of previous meeting wore read and con firmed. coiuiKsfosriKNcr.. From Blacltham and Co., agents, Mel bourne, reporting Melbourne sales—272 eases a! 11 i! 8 1 por lb., 254 at 11J 1, 252 at 11 j I, and -219 at 11 id.—Received. From Superintendent of Kxports, Mel bourne, forwarding month's grading cer tificates (nil first grade).—Received. TKAKHI'KR 01-' SHAIIKS. Tlie transfer of five sharos from J. T. Nankorvis to A. E. Nankervis was sane tioned. ' ; MAKAUEIl's IlEi'OKT. Mr Acocks reported as foilows :— Mr Chairman and Gontlemsn,—I have to report that during tho four we...

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MULTA IN NUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 March 1914

Miit/rmi i* ivjicu. Wsilwii market next Thursday. Yackandandah Show next Wednesday. Spccial cattle sale at Corryong on Satur day. See advt. Entries for Corryong Show close ut sis p.m. on Saturday. Corryong Athenaeum committee meets to-morrow evening. Air C. B. Robin, Tallangatta, announces his licit visit elsewhere. Important clearing sale on account of Sergeant Moore on 21at inst. See advt. The Tallangatta schools excursion to Benn.Ua has been fixed for Friday, April 3rd. Mr J. P. Campbell, the well known photo grapher, will be in Corryong next week. See advt. Special sale of furniture to day and to morrow on the premises lately occupied by Mr A. S. Stokes. See advt. The month of February was the fiist mouth for the past '25 years irt r which no rain has been recorded at, Kosedale. Entries for Horse classes, ill connection •with the Tallangatta Show, close on* Saturday. . l.nto entries close ttt nooi.i on 2i«t inst. The death is announced of Sir John Tenniel, who for 40.years drew ...

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ALBURY MARKET. MATHIESON AND DAVIS [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 12 March 1914

ATjBORY market, MATHIF.anJi AND DAVIS Report having held their usual fortnightly I market at Lliu Albury municipal yurdri on 3rd inst., when thvy Imd a gooil yarding ■ of fat cattle, and a fair varying of fit a.rl ; 8toro nhccp. They attendance of Ijiivith I wan fair. They (junto :—HuIIooUh, to £9; cows, to 1*8/12/; voal'jtd, to JL'5. Cross bred wethers, to 21/ ; crossbred ewe*, u> 19/ ; merino wether", to 19/ ; merino owe?, to 16/ ; crofssbroil IiuuIh, to 1 (>/;). YOt'NCiHUSHAN'I), IXOW AND CO. Upport having held their usual lorlni^blly sale of fat and •v.ou* *:o?k at the* Allmry municipal yard:* on ;>(•-,1 i:i*t., when rJn'y , idf'red 100 fat c:ittte and 7H0Q f.tt and store sheep, The a'tuiiilanco of buyers was quite up to tIt » average. Qutu tiouu; — Kulluc!;^ tn i'9 ; oowa, to ; voaiurs, to 1\*>. Crossbred wether*, to 21/9 ; ero-^bred owes, to 19/1 ; merino wr,tl:e;5..'.o I9(j ; 17/6. j | "* DAL(i.:TY an:>' co. * Report holding their mual fortnightly market at- Al...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 March 1914

public Notice. Oorryong a,nd Murray Agricultural and Pastoral Society. TWENTY-THIRD ■ ANNUAL SHOW TO BE HELD IM CORRYOXG PARK ON Wednesday & Thursday, 18tn and 19th March, 1914. President.—Mb T. N. Bknnkits. '/scs - Presidents. — Messrs W. B. Hamilton, W. E. Phillips aud H. L. Pawlow. Committee.—Messrs A. T. Bartlett, D. J. Cronin, A. Harris, B. H.irrir, A. L. Hamilton, ,J. Humphrey, F. Jager, R. E. Knight, A. J. Land, R. E. M'Lvenzie, LI, Nankervis, C. E. Patau, H. J. Paton, G. N. Rawes, Jas. H. Ross, L. Sheatker and J. H. Simpson. Treasurer.—Mr A. T. Bartlett. P EIZ E - LIS T. HORSES. : Class A.—Draughts,, Entry fee for non members, 5'. 1 Draught Staliion. 3 years_or over. 1st, i.'2, gift of Messrs R. H. Smyth . and Co.; 2nd,10/. a Draught Colt, 2 years. . 1st, 20/; 2nd, cert.' 3 Brood Mare,-with foal at foot. 1st, 201; 2nd,' cert. 4 Dry' Mare, 4 years or over. 1st, 20/; ... 2nd, cert. 5 Farm Gelding, 4 years or over. 1st, 151 ;.2nd, 51 '6 Pair Farm Horses, property of one...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 March 1914

Public Notice. J. J. lOBEYONS. AYE now to announce that the general Spot Cash Sale for De cember will not be continued, but we will still continue to throw away Groceries at the following prices Until Further Notice- Many of the lines quoted are actually below landed cost. Price list GROCERIES. Sugar, 1A, 701b. bag, 16/11 bag. Flour, Corowa, 18/ bag, 1501bs. Flour, Cudgewa, 16/ bag, I501bs. Kerosene, White Rose, 12/6 case. Currants, 7<1 lb. Liaisins, 6£d lb. Rice, best Japan, 12/6 bag Cornina, 7(1 lb. Sardines, 8Jd tin. Fresh Herrings (Morton's) 6$d tin. Black Horse salt, 20011) bags, 17/6 bag. Coarse Salt, 2001b. bags, 13/6 bag. Castle Fine Salt, 561b. bags, 4/6 bag. I Black Horse Fine Salt, 561b. bags, 5/6 bag. J Tapioca, 3d lb. | Maizena, Duryea's, 7/9 doz. packets. Maiz'nia (Munn's), 0/6 doz. packets. ; i'iistio Soap, 7d bar, large. ! Soap. 8d bar, large. : Veivet Sou)), 3 bars for 9^1. I Pear's Soap. 5.£d bar. Lover's Brown Windsor Soap, 1/6 doz. Turkish Bath Soap, 3...

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MULTUM IN NUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 March 1914

fi ii i. s'ji <i i n n 5i<;s. Yankandaitdah Show today. '"ori yun^ .Show today and to-morrow, rallan/atta Show next Wednenday. I,ale en tries will be received up to noon on j Saturday next. ' Walwa market, will bo held on 28th March, instead >f 19th March, as pre viously advertised. The Kcdaral ('ahioot Ins decided that instead of appointing the ten electoral inspector* already advertised for to alter the whole system of elector*! management, seventy new divisional returning otficcra, drawn from all branches of the Federal and ■State services, will he appointed im mediately at salaries of £310 per annum each. Their duty will be to supervise the preparation ami politic uion of the elec toral rolls ;ind the conduct of election*. The honorary secretary (Mr T. Brown) desires to acknowledge receipt of donations to the hospital as follows :—Eggs, Mrs Moore and Mrs Inglis ; fruit, Mrs JSast lake, Mrs T. B. Waters, Mrs M'Conachy and Miss R. Maddison ; eggs and jams,...

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