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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 March 1914

X^OR SALE.—Large quantity o'.Wnsto -1- Piper. obeap, in lota to a;it pur ehuiora.—"Courier" oflico. : Public Notice. EVER FOPIOST, PHELPS 18 Dniyersal Providers, OKKYONG ^ 1U AVE pleasure in announcing the O opening up of a splendid stock of the latest designs in Ladies' Children's and Gents.' Clothing. A. beautiful stock of Ladies' Millinery, Mantles and Underclothing. We are fully stocked up in GROCERIES (only best brands kept) CROCKERY IRONMONGERY GLASSWARE TIMBER DOORS SASHES CEMENT LIME WINES AND SPIRITS (the choicest) Heavy stock of Hugh Thompson's and Bedggood's Boots and Shoes, at prices which defy competition. The sweetest and cleanest stock on the Murray. Ladies are particularly invited to see our splendid s<;oek of NEW S^^^^OODS, • Great Stocks of Drapery, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Timber, Ironmongery, Lime, Cement, Fencing Wire, all at bedrock prices. We have to thank our numerous patrons for their' generous patronage for the past year, and heartily wish-all ...

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 — 26 March 1914

T2IE TAI-liAiVGATrrA TRAIN SEKVIOE. The following ia the existing tine table for trains loavinjj Tullnngnttn :—. Monday ... ... 10.45 r.tn Tuesday.., ... 8.0O r.iu Wednesday ... 10.45 t.ui Thursday ... 6.50 i.tu Friday ... ... 10.45 rm Saturday ... 6.50 tm

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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A Real Saving. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 March 1914

A Real Savings The Lady Shoppor—Whati Pay ?5 for a lamp like that? It's outrageoo^ and I won't pay it. Tno Astuto Salesman—Yoz forgei, madam, thattho prico has boenredncod to $1.09. Tho Lady Shoppor (roaohing for her purse)—Oh, very well than. "11 takt It—ChisBtfO Record.

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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No Doubt About It. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 March 1914

Ho Dollt;t About rt. "Do Tor, play by note?" inquired one of the fraiiMfr residents of Eluovillo ol tho violinist of the "Berry Cornem* or chestra, " whioh had been discoursing ear piercing strains at a laws party. "Kivvor a noto do Oi play by, sorr," repliod Mr. Flaherty, mopping his heat ed brow with a handkerchief of sangui nary lino. "Ah, by oar, then?" Bald tho snm mcr resident, with a suiila o* gracious interest. "Nivver an oar hilps mo, yor honor," responded Mr. Flaherty, returning hi? handkerchief to his capacious pocket. "Indeed! May I ask how you—what yon do play by, then?" persisted the in quirer. "By main strin'th, bo jabbers," said Mr. Flaherty, with a weary air, as he plnngod his ancient instrument into its green bag. "An it's moightj'dry wurrk, ou that's fchruth, Borr." —Youth'a Com* paujou.

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KIPLING'S KIND ACT. A Story About the Famous Author That Is Not Unpleasant. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 March 1914

KIPLING'S KIND ACT. A Story Abonl tl-.e "iiiuoiih -iutlior Tbnt Is Not Ijiinloasunt. It has beccmo the fashion of liternry paragraphias to print whatever stories of a disagreebln nature concerning Hud yard Kipling thuy can hear or find. In cidents showing tho other sido of tho man—tho truo side, iu fact—nro rare, bnt that this wonderful author is not quite tho literary barbarian which ho 13 bo generally made out to bo finds but stronger evidunco in a littlo story v.'hich I hoard quito recently. Not loug ago an ambitious young writer composed his first story. Bo was rather skeptical of its merit, and boing a great reader and admirer of Kipling's work determined to send his liturary firstborn to Kipling for critioisii!. His friends tried to dissuado him from the idea, telling him that be would novor seo hiH storj- again. But his faith in his favorito author was strong, aud tho story went to Kipling. A wook passed by, and finally nearly a month had elapsed. The young writer suffered ke...

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CUDGEWA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 March 1914

CUDUEWA. FROM A COIIKE3FONDENT. On Thursday morning last there passed a* ay, at hin late residence, a much respected local resident in the per-cm of Mr John KanUnrvis, alter an illness of several week's duration. Mr Nankervis led the usual active life demanded by farm work until about December last, even though he liad passed the allotted span of life—threo score amj ten —but since then failed slowly, the recent hot weather contributing greatly to increased weakness. Dr. Greenham was in constant touch with the patient, but frotv. the first had but little hope, the general break-up being too apparent ; and the end came peacefully on liUh insL, Mr Nutikervis being in his 7-Uh year. Mr Nankervis was a native o:^ Corn wall, England, and came to Victoria 57 years ago. Some years were spont in the mining districts, and previous to settling at Cudgewa, ho was u resident of Wandiligong. During his twenty-seven years! residence here Mr Nankorvis lias been engaged in farming and i grazing. Th...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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THINGS IN GENERAL. VOWELS AND CONSONANTS. Close Look Into the Way They Are Formed and Used. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 March 1914

TIIIKGS I.\ CK.VGIStL. voivs:'_;> « i«l> wi;^oriANrs. l Closo I.ool; Into t!:n Wny 1«T 1-orr.u a and Bwti. A. Mellvillo Bull of Wa.-ihiEjtcra, ill I ais note oil "tiylhiMoConsnimnii," rend nt Hid second passion of tho .American -'Oriental society in this city, end: "What is is a vowel? What a a con sonant? What is a syllabic? "A vowi'l is defined as a noifriction al cnii.-*iou of tho voico or of anvooal ized breath through an oral -btuinel, with momentarily lixed confifururion. Vowels' therefore! run smoothlyiuto ono another bj' merely altering theshapo of tho oral p-csp,r;n wirhont internpting it "A consonant is defined us an inter ception of tho breath or voiftJ hy oral stoppage, or by emission thnugh Bide channels or through narrow ohiuks. Tho change from one consonast to an other thus involves a motion af tho ar ticulating organs, prodneinfj, <vith mora or less audibility, u putt', allupor a sib ilir.tion. "Tho two olassos of elements nicetin oo, y, oo, w. A syl...

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FAREWELL. [SUPPLIED.] [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 March 1914

1.4 HKIVEIJ,. [SCPPLIED.] On Saturday, 2ist hist, about forty ladies asnembled to bid farewell to Mrs Moore, who is shortly leaving the district. For the pur pose Mrs Jtiger very kindly gave her largo dining room, which was very prettily decorated with maiden hair fern. On the arrival of the guest a dainty afternoon tea way served and music was given by Miss M'Janet and Misses C. and E. Piayle. Mrs Kiel! then, on behalf of all present, briefly expressed the deep regret felt by all on the departure of Mrs Moore, and thanked her for her kindness and hospitality. On account of the short notice of her departure, the memento for Mrs Moore was not to hand. Mrs Bennetts supported tho remarks of Mrs Kiell, aud wished Mrs Moore health and happiness in her new home. Mn Cronin, on behalf of the members of local branch of the Women's National League, thanked Mrs Moore for her generous services giv n to the League. Mrs I'oako also spoke on behalf of the Church and Ladies Guild. Mrs Moore very fe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 March 1914

MUGaKTH'S hkst SKETCH During this artist's Apprenticeship, lis bpI sut (jul* bund^y morning with two or Hirer companions on an excursion to Uighgate. The v.eathr-r being hot, they went into n public-housc, wheiy '.hey had not been long before a quarrel arono between some persons in the same room. Ono of the disputants itruck the other on the head with u quari j)ot, and cut him very much. The blood running down the man's face, together with the neony of the wound, which had dis torted hia features into a inoa* hi Jeous grin, prosontcd Hogarth—who showed hiweoli limn early, apprised of the mode nature had intended he should pursue—with too laugh fiblca EPbjcct to be overlooked. Tie drewoul bis pencil, and produced on the spot ono of cho most Iudiorona ekotches that ever wai What rendi'.rwl this piece the meet valiKible was that it exii/jited the exact like ness of thd man, with the portrait of his an tagonist, and the figures in caricature of the-, principal porsnnp guthored round him...

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MULTUM IN NUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 March 1914

UlUl/ffU.U IN MJCK. Walwa market to-day. Corryong cattlo sales on Saturday. Ladios' Show Committee meet this after; noon. Cud^ewa Dairy Co. directors meet next Thursday. Mr C. B. Robin, Tallangatta, will visit Corryoug on Saturday, and may be consulted at Ilill's Coffee Palace. Mr H. Vandenberg, dentist, ig now in Corryong, and may bo consulted up till 10 p.m. on Saturday, at the Coffee Palace. Mr E. Chalmer, representing Messrs Lin coln, Stuart and Co., Melbourne, will visit Corryong on Saturday with now season's goods, and may be neon at Jagor's Hotel. At a well attended meeting of the. com mittee of the Milawa branch of the People's Party, it was decided to nominato Mr Greger son, of Bcnalla, for selection as a candidate for the Sonate. At Tallangatta Police Court recently, George Doughton and Theodore Hoide were fined 10/ for having used in a public hall at Tallangatta a bioscope to which was not attached a ouitablo cabinet of fire resisting material. Mr J. G. Mcmbrey, M L.A., C...

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Class A.—Draughts. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 March 1914

Class A.—Draughts. Nelson, second. Two exhibits Draught Colt, 2 years. iSt, ,0/• 2nd, cert...No entry ' ' Brood Mare, with foa) at foot. 1st, -o/, 2nd, cert...A. Harris, first ; H. Harris, second. Seven exhibits - Ury .;Ware, 4 years p.- V.ver: 1st,—o/-'; 2tid.; Cirt.'-::; A:*. l'/: Auree.'^fiist"jur Harris, second. Six exhibits Farm Geldi ig, 4 years or over, 1st, 151 i 2ud, 5/-"Arthur Land, first; A. P. Attree, second. Four exhibits ■ Pair Farm Horses, property of one exhibitor, to be driven. 1st, 20/ znd, 10/...A. L. Hamilton, first ; H.' Harris, second. Five exhibits Filly or Gelding, 3 years. 1st, id; 2nd, cert...A. P. Attree, first ; A. L. itmi'tont second. v Two exhibits J?llly or Gelding, 2 ,ye«rs. 1st, is/• znd, cert...A. L. Hamilton, first; A. L Hamilton, second. Six exhibits enUry * 1St' ' 2nd' cert-No Filly or Gelding, 1 year. 1st. r</ 2nd, cert...A. L. Hamilton, first ; A.' Harris, second. Five exhibits • , ,foal- \st< '[0/ ; 2nd, cert.;.A. P. Attr...

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SHOW SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 March 1914

SHOW SOCIAL. Oa Thursday evening the judges and visitor were entertained at a amoke social at Jager's Hotel. The president (Mr T. N. Bennetts) occu pied the chair, and the attendance numbered about forty. The proceed ings having been formally opened with the toast of "Tho King," a.nd a verso of the National Anthem, a tribute was paid to tho lata Av W. Craven, M.L.A., the chairman calling upon the company to drink to his memory. Tho toast was honored in silence. Apologies for absence were received from Mr Ahem, M.P,. and Messrs Watt and Mackinnon, Ms.L.A. The chairman then proposed the toast of "The State Parliament," coupled with, the name of Mr J. W. Leckie, M.L.A. for Jjecambra, and the toast wa3 honored with enthusiasm. Mr Leckie on rising to respond was greeted with, applause. He thanked the company for their hearty reception of the toast,.. and said he was not at Corryong on. a political mission, but to make friends with his constituents. He had not been able to visit Corryong ...

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PRIZE-LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 March 1914

PRIZE-LIST. JUDGE3 —Draught stock, Mr J. Blackwood ; blood stock, liuckA, etc., Mr G. Russell; cattle ami pig*, Mr T, 1\ Lyiina ; sheep, Mr I*. M'Veau ; farm proiluco, Ur J3. G. lirldlc ; dulry produce, Mr P. M'ileekiu ; cookery, MU* Wilroif; faucywork, Mw H. F. VVutiiKi ; neeJlework, Mra C. Crowe; jams, Mrs W. Taylor; jellies*, Mra P. M*Meoklu ; sauces, etc., MraO.Shuather ; floweri, Kev. Precce ami MUs Greenhiim ; school work, Airs \\\ Blair.

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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 — 26 March 1914

THE MARKETS. MEI.BOURXB MARKETS. [By Wire.] Wednesday, 6 p.m. Messrs Mntmeson and Davis?, of Sti James' liuildings, Williams-street, Mel bourne, wire us as follows :— Fat Cattle.—2790 yarded, comprising 100 from N.S.W., 900 from North East, SOO from Gippslatid, o50 from South Gippslatid, 140 from North, ami 160 from West. -Largo attendance of bnyors, the demand was brisk, and prices generally showed a further rise ol 10/ to 15;. Prime penof bullocks. £12 to i'lii/15/ ; extra, to £1.-/15/ : good, £10/10/ to £11/15/; jjood, light and handy, £8/15/ to £10; Eiguilds and inferior, £tj/15/. l'rime pens of cows, £8/10/ to i'J/17/C ; eitra, to £i 1/17/0 ; good, £0/10/ to £3 ; others, from £4. Fat Calves. — 720 penned. Prices practically unchanged. Fat Sheep. — 21,000 yarded. Tho market opened with a steady demand, which urn-dually improved as sales pro gressed. Prices hardening from (3.1 to 1/ per head in advance ot las: week's rates. Fat Lambs. — 10,000 penned. Alto gether the demand was n...

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THE HUNTERS' CONTESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 March 1914

THE HUNTERS' CONTESTS. Fields were small in tho bunting bob tionB, only four maiden hunters, three pony hunters and one list, hunter taking part, Results :— MAIDEN HUNTERS. 0. E. Paton's Bluo Bell ((3v Mur ' rell)... ... ... 1 J. M. Seaton's Adelong (0. Rixon) 2 Other competitors : A. J. 'l'ooley's Nigger (L. Baynes) and J. VY. Mildnm's Call (.P. Whitehead). All four got around successfully- Blue Bell and Adelong were then sent a Becbnd round, wheu ,the judge placed them in the order uarned. PONY HUNTERS. L. Crowe's Little Queen (Rixon) 1 T. Murrell'a Paddy (owner) ... 2 R. Eado's Ned (E.. Dugan) also com peted. Ned was rathorgrcan, and rattled his secoud fence badly. Paddy and Little Queen both jtroiped .veil, but the latter had uioro pace, and was placed first, 11st. HUNTERS. J. M. Seaton's Starlight (G. Mur roll)... ' ... ... . There was no other competitor, and, after jumping the regulation ten fences in good style, Mr demon's grey was awarded first honors.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 March 1914

Public Notice. The Towong Races are over; but The Race of the Year is just oiio Don't Miss It! ' X €)AM PHIS ILL OAS 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, fife 55 fSV {8J <COJ • wy to7 XHj Xts* The Prices mean Given Away ! Corsets, IBs 6d, reduced to 7s lid Corsets, 9s Gel, 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. Bedueed from 12s 6d and 10s 6d to Gs 6d pair. ® ® ® ® ; j f . V! Come one and all, and save money by dealing at J. Cam...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 March 1914

Pilitii*- Notices. ."Corryong Motel," COTIKTOKO. ; .;■■■ K. E, KNIGHT ^ EREBY lictifies'tliat hff* lms'laSceu over the above wall known hotel, an.Vhc.pc!) by strict intention to the requirements of patrons and keeping only the , best brands of liquors to merit a continuance of ihe support..accorded his predecessor. First-class Biliiard Table, marker in attendance. Every attention "paid to requirements'of Tourists and Travellers._ GOOD GRAZING PADDOCKS & STABLING. Stopping place for CEAWFOBD & CO.'S COACHES, • which leave this hotel daily ^Sundays'excepted). " for Tallancatfca. MISS E. E. HILL, PROPRIETRESS. FITIIE ABOVE well known lionso ol accommodation has beon renovated through 8 out, and patrons may rely upon their requirements receiving every-attention. Reasonable taritf. Two tables. Piano. Bath. Good Stabling.' t Well Equipped Billiaud Room. Efficient Markf.u. tSs* HAIRDRESSER'S oALOON on the promises. PURE, AYELL- II ATUHED j: longstafF&'sons/"' ~ YACK...

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THE Corryong Courier. THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 March 1914

? THE (Eoripmg THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 10U. For the cuiiio that lacks a?si-t:inc>-, For tho vtoiif?8 tlat need resistance. For the fiture in the (list.nice. And tie good tliut we c.tn do. Dkntiktiv.—Mr «J. A. Thwaites an nounces in another colurnu that he is connnencitg practice as a dental surgeon inGorryong, and may be con sulted af;er April 14th at Lukins' Buildings Police'Change. — Sergeant Moore has rtceiped instructions to remain at Corryon* for a further three months. Mr Moure disposed of his household effects on Saturday last by auction, and the new orders only reached him at the close of the sale. Tint&ldra Gymkhana. — An attrac tive programme of sports has been prepared for tho annual gymkhana at I'intuldra on Easter Mouday. Full details will be advertised next week. Mr R. Knight has secured tho right of the publican's booth. ' The New Hall.—The official open ing of the new Corryong Athenioum will take place on April 22nd, when a "Novel Ball" will be held. Dancers w...

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DRUIDS' GALA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 March 1914

DRUIDS' GALA. The Druids have decided that this year tho procoeds of their Gala Art Union and Bazaar Bhall be devoted exclusively Jo a charity whose benefits aro strictly reserved for tho helpless poor, who arc afflicted with incurablc diseases, namoly, the Austin Hospital, Heidelberg, which provides accommodation for 230 inmates, and is with ono exception tho largest medical charity in tho State, tho cost of maintenance annually being over £11,500. Such an object, whose noble work, in addition to roliaving tho worst kinds of human suffering, is a permanent safeguard of public health, they feol confident cannot but meet with your sympathy and approval, and they therefore roly updu your generous support and co operation in the task before them. Tickets, 1/ each, obtainable from your local agent, Mr Playlo, or the hon. secretary, Jaj. J. Brensn, Grattan-Btreot, Carlton, Melbourne.

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THE WEIGHT-JUDGING. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 March 1914

THE WEIGHT-JUDGING. A good deal of interest was token iu the weight judging competitions at the show. The fat cow which formed the subject of one trial weighed 595Il)s. when killed and dressed. No less than five persons—Messrs J. B. Carkeek, W. Cameron, A. Harris and T. M'luerney and Miss Campbell— put in the actual weight, and divided the prize-money between them1. 151 tickets were sold. No less tha!n 178 persons tried their hands at estimat ing the live weight of the sheep. The actual weight was 1481bs., and Mr C. C. Klippel and Miss 0. Gibson (147^lbs.) and Mr T. Carroll (148ilbs.) divided the prize.

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