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THE PAVILION. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 March 1914

TKF. PAVILION. The pavilion display was a feature ,of the show, the outstanding item being a fine individual exhibit from Mr A. L. Hamilton's Moasgeil Farm. Green fodders, grain, fruit, vegetables, bacon, and, in fact, all kinds of farm produce, very effectively arranged, made a display that would have at tracted attention at any show iu the state, and Mr W. B. Hamilton was the recipient of congratulations from all sides upon tho splendid result of his work. Another interesting feature of the pavilion show was the Corryong School exhibit, in which articles of sloyd work, modelling, sewing, bo tanical specimens, political diagrams, etc., gave indication of the wiile range covered by the present day curriculum. In tbe individual sections there was good competition, and exhibits were ■well up to the usual standard. There was a good show of grain, the white oats (Mr Hamilton's) being an especially fine sample. Mr .J. E. Simpson's collection of vegetables also deserve a special word. The...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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Corryong and Upper Murray Agricultural and Pastoral Society. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 March 1914

Corryong and Upper Murray Agricultural and Pastoral Society. President.—Mr T. N. Bennetts, ice - Presidents. — Messrs \V. B. Hamilton, W. E. Phillips and H. L. Parslow. Committee.—Messrs A. T. Bartlett, D. J. Gronin, A. Harris, H. Harris, A. L. Hamilton, J. Humphrey, P. Jager, R. E. Knight, A. J. Land, R. E. M'Kenzie, H. Nankervis, C. E. Paton, H. J. Paton, G. N., Rawes, Jas. H. Ross, . L. Sheather and'J. ' ' H. Simpson. Treasurer,—Mr A. T. Bartlett.

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THE RAINFALL. The following local gauge readings for the current year are supplied by Mr Playle:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 March 1914

TIIK RAINFALL. The following local gauges readings for the. current year are supplied by Mr Playle:— January .. «. .. l*G3in. February .. .. .. 0*02in. MARCH. 20th .. ' .. 0-56in. 21st .. • • .. OOlin. 24th .. .. .. 0*25in. 25th .. *t ,. l*28in. Total ., •. •. 2'lOin. [Total for year to date ... 3*75in.J i Agricultural statistics for 1912 show tint j the rapid expansion of tho world's wheat acreage in J010-LI received a severe check in 1012. The British Empire declined 2,287,000. , acrcs, Europo 2,021,000 (chiefly in Russia), while the United States lost 3,729,000. In live stock returns Australasia's reduction of 9.348,000 animals is tho largest noted. Th«. decline iu European stock is very marked.

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THE EXHIBITS. LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 March 1914

THE EXHIBITS. LIVE STOCK. There was a good show of draught stock, entries in this section number ing 51, as against 57 last year. Mr A. Hamilton won the prize for stallion with bis fine colt Hiawatha, and was successful in several other sections also. There was a considerable fall ing off in the blood stock sections. Only ten exhibits being forward. Mr T. Paton secured most of the awards. The hackney sections brought out more competition. Mr. F. Attree's Ostermeyer was awarded first: for stallion, and the same owner was suc cessful with pair of hacks. Other prizes were taken by Messrs W. Nichol, T. Paton, G. Murrell and J. Seaton. Mr T. Mu'rrell's Paddy car ried off the honors for pony Btallion, and there was good competition in the pony hackney sections. There was a fair show of harness horses and ponies and prizes were well distributed. Hunters were poorly represented, only pno competitor coming forward for the chief event. Considering the bad season the show of cattle was a very ...

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The Annual Show. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 March 1914

The Annual Show, j With the district suffering from the effects of a six weeks' dryspeil, it was not to be expected that the twenty-third annual show of the Corryong Agricultural and Pastoral ^'Society—held on jWednesd'ay/and Thursday last—would establish any record, but the display of stock and produce was a very creditable one nevertheless. It is a season such as the present which gives the Upper Murray an opportunity to display its reserves, and, al though the uniavorable autumn had sapped the enthusiasm of some exhibitors, and there was not as much competition as usual, the stock pens and pavilion contained ample evidence of the districts' capacity to withstand, adverse weather conditions. The atten dance, taking both days, was well up to the average, the takings at the gate being £46, as against £33 last year and £45 in 1912. The total entries received were 1216, as against 1119 in 1913 and 1347 in 1912. Arrangements had b&en made for the attendance of a Par liamentary ...

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

TEXMS. Tho mixed doubles final will be played; 0:1 the Corryong courts this afternoon. A 1 lilies' doubled tournament will bo played on Satimlu.y next.

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

SHOW .1IILK t'KSTS. Owing probubly to the dry season there was not much competition in the best dairy cow section at the recent show. Only four cows were shown, ami by a remarkable coincidence Mr Garing's two cows gave exactly the samo quantity of butter fat and tied for lirst ploco. Tho records ware as follow : — Morning. Evening, i'ield. Milk. Milk. lb. G. Garing, Nc. 1 171b L2 7Jib 7.7 1.303 G. Garing. No. •> 161b 4.8 7j!b 7.2 1.30S T. Bennetts. No. 1 101b i.S lP^lb 5.5 0.75, T. BeimettB, No. i Sjlb 1.7 1'Jlb 5.9 0.85,

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

!:' tio fiti in.i;*n-: r;iii. You'll liiv' v"::; ^ : - -:cvje uuu ; Neglect tMii '>!■' ii(» wisp At onco prolong your r*.. A silent busiucri soon dklik.

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THE INCOME TAX. THE CURRENT RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 March 1914

THE lSCO.IIG TAX. THE CURRENT BATES. Personal From Exertion. Property. Every £1 up to£500 3d ... 6d £500 to £1,000 4d ... 8d £1,000 to £1,500 5d ... lOd Over £1,500 6d ... 12d An exemption of £200 is allowed. No person whose income from personal exertion ami property did not exceed £200 shall he liable to tax. The rates for companies are 8d for life, assurance companies and 7d for others.

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GOOD-BYE. [SUPPLIED.] [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 March 1914

GOOU-SVE3.' [SD1TUED.] About a week, previously the occupants ut the residence * of Mr T. \\\ Whitehead, "Croydon," Corryong, were taken by a; j»roat surprise, when qtiito a great number of boys and girls of the Higher Elementary School took a surprise party to "Croydon," on the eve of Hoilio's departure en route to iha C.E.G. School, Melbourne. The 'lar-o gathering was sweetly received by Doreen, and the happy party soon entered into games, mu^ic and singing, etc. Then thay all par took c»t a dainty and sumptuous supper, eveiyone doing justice to the de!irv.e:es, Afli:i' thi* part of tiic programme w.i* pur formed, iuic Briggs, amongst much ch-viing and clapping, cauiu forward, niid, D.t b.dn f of all present, presetted IIoHio with a very handsome and costly iukstand, with every thing co:;it> oto, at sauu: ilme saving that ho liopoil Motile would lie liked us well in Ins new home as he wa-; by all at Corryong. because ho was a favourite with them ail and . his kindly ami guueiui...

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CHURCH NEWS. PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 March 1914

CillJICCIi iMiWS. PRESBYTERIAN. A Harvest Thanksgiving .Service will be conducted in the Cudgewa Preabyterian Church at three p.m., ami in the Corryon^ Church at 7.30 p.ui., on Sunday, 5th April.

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THE RAINFALL. THE YEARS' RECORDS. Following are the records of the rain fall for 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, l91l, 1912 and 1913:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 26 March 1914

Tin-: KAIS THE YEAUS' rtKCOUDS. Fo!'"'.vin" aro the vooorvU of the ra*n ■ f,ilI lor 1905. 11100, 1007, 1903, 1S00,. 1010, ll'll, 11112 and l'Ji.'i : — rmw.'mii " I tc ~ -ti" - - -r~-~'y.\ o >S I ® iT* i ~ ■*■: ^ to to •— o r-9 tf T ] o g! asags^gsssssl ^ M I G >- - - — - ~ K> -7 = V >9 I § «IS4iSS3ig32gs|« l|SSSIi?S8§S3||I fe 1 tc to ti ^ - tc to o to tf I 2 3 I §££:•:££§?:§§§§ I © 1 5 1 •— 5s £ Z: z cc to to 35 c to I sS53 1 1911 @ i § 1 — CC to Vt £*££ u c isss = l ZD to S | s! to o o: t; cO - £ = s:i c ~ £t r? o to I i-iss 1 O ■ 05 One stop won't take ycu very far— lou've so*, to keep on wnikin^; Or.o word wo.i't tell folks what you are— You've so'- to keep on ts'.Uiiv;; 0::e inch wor.'t mako.yoi'. very tall— You've nol.to keep on growing ; One little " ad." won't do it all— You've tot to keep 'em KcitiK. Printed ami published bv A. T. Hartlett, Sole Proprietor, at the office, HansotJ strcct, Corryong, iiUlie State of Victoria..

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

I'ubiic Notions. Gorryong Pony Racing Club. Autumn fvketmg —in ('otrvon^ !'a:k on— I WEDNESDAY, 2-Jn-d Al'KIL,, 11)14. UITICJAf.^ : rj:r.^ini:N'T. -.mr .i. rn:!v:i:. Yuv-prv-.i'hut:'.:i i A. r.i<in-. «M;»;{■. r*. .1. i:.ib.Ti,on. 'r. Si' iMiiti'-II, T. Lu ::i»s. H. \Y.I,. StiiMLhvi'. A. IJirtl*-:., J, 4 Kiitwiel.:. Ii. Koi,'Ut :ui«l t). W:it.,»r.-\ —Mr •!. Jirl/.; — VV1, .Sii -r.Vr. u :c.- -Mr V»\ fmliipj. U.xvH.j.u>?-'-.-Vr,T. 1'. Khir. Civi-k oi ...Mr :f. Smith. W-u-i-n;; Ol.-rk.- -Mr T. hnk\ .Me.isutvr;.--Acvck« :iti«i ShiMtlwr. Stewards. — Mr/tr.s C'.imot'ell. Hcol. A. F. Scammeli nivl C. Waters. PROGRAMME : HANDICAP HURDLE HACK, of liO. First, i'S; second. i"J. Fur p.mu-s 11.2 a.u. Owr fivu ili^hLt> ol lumll-s nol more ih'ir: 3ft. hijh. Disr.anot;, mu; mile awl <]u:uun\ Mom,, 7/ ; ncccp., «*>/. To start at 1 p.m. sjinrp. MiNTATUIiE IIA of r5. First, iM ; *2m<1, xt. For ponir.s 1"*. *2 a.u. l)istiini*o. D.j fr.rion^s. Num., 5/. To stuvt ...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 April 1914

spoimxu xo'ies. Tallaniratta Kaces to-day. C;vml>rid^« von t.U« University Boat Kaee by lour and a half len^'-hs. -f. 'I'. Whitehead's br m Molly May won i i'.; Maiden 1'late at. (ho Wodonya races hi.-'t *>w\:U. Tiui billiard match between I'iman and Keere was concluded on Sal urday, Inmun winuing by 18,000 to 112,S2U. The Upper Murray horse Demand (Havi>r—Mnnabrook) ran seeond in the Hurdle Knee at the Uosehill races on lilsl ult,. W. IT. Smith, the famous jockey, who was injured during the running of the Ku??(!hill Cup, died on Thursday morning in Sydney. Tin: Liverpool Grand National Steeple chase, run at Liverpool on Friday last, was won by Sunlooh, Tranion J11 second, and Lutteur ill third.

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DALGETY AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 April 1914

DALGETY AND CO. Report holding their Wodongn fortnightly stock sale at Wodonga on 24th March, ; yarding a fairly heavy supply of cattle I and sheep, to a good attendance of the trivlo. Quotations :—-Bullocks, to £9/10/; heifers, to £7 ; springers, to i.'G ; cows, to £8/9/. Fat 6heep at 18/, 14/8, 1-1/, and 1 o/3.

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WODONGA MARKET. YOUNGHUSBAND, ROW AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 April 1914

WODONGA MARKET. YOUNC.IIUSIJAXD, ROW AND CO. Report having held their nstril fortnightly sale of fat and store stock lit their Wo don^a yards oil 24th March, whou they ottered 120 fat and store cattle. The at. tondaneo of the trade wad better than usual. They rjnnto :—Bullock*, to X'10 ; fat steers, to i'O/12/G ; cows, to .£8/5/ ; vectors, to £5 ; 4-yr.-old bullocks, to i-7/10/.

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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 — 2 April 1914

THE MARKETS. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Br Wire.] Wednoeday, 6 p.m. Mobbm Mafchioson and Davis, of St. James* Buildings, WilIiams«8troot, Mel hmirnfl. wire us as follows Fat Cattle.—8,000 yardod, comprising 240 from N.S.W., 980 from North East, 650 from Gippsland, 800 from South Gippsland, 200 from North, and 170 from West. Large attendanco of buyers, in cluding an Adelaide representative. The domand was brisk, and prices generally 101 higher. Prime" pens of bullocks, £12/10/ to £14/10/ ; extra, to £16 ; good, £10/10/ to £12; good, light and handy, £9 to £10 ; seconds and inferior, to £7. Prime pons of cows, £9 to £10 ; extra, to iilO/lT)/; odd boasts, higher ; good, £7/5/ to £8/10/ ; seconds, £5/10/ to £ti/15/; othors, from £4. Fnt Calves. — 700 pennod. Prices very firm. Fat Sheep.—20,-J00 yarded. Tho market opened very unsteady, but quickly firmed to a .slight o.dvantago for prime sorts, with occasional pons ot exceptional quality showing an advanco of about 1/ por head. The demand for g...

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THINGS IN GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 April 1914

'JTHINtiS IS OKiVlilJAL. Fi:om Vauious Sources. The interesting suggestion has been made by Mr A. A. Billson, M.L.A., that the lavish planting of pine trees in infected districts might be fouud to check the spread of ttie weed known as St. John's Wort. The theory is that the pines would suck the nourishment out of the soil, and the £b<?<lding of Hie needles would cover the weed and rob it of liylit and air. Under this combined attacl; it is; believed that the weed would in time succumb. •!• t- * The visit of Sir Ian Hamilton to Australia has been a stupendous success, livery speech, every gesture, every tone of voice, lias been an inspiration to 'all who came within the range of his : charming personality. Tie has the prestige of a general in higli command, who has achieved honor in modern warfare. His mission to Australia i-< a special service from the Mother Country which all Australians should value now and for all time. The Melbourne press has be...

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TALLANGATTA SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 April 1914

tallascatta show. The seventeenth annual show of tho Tallangatta A. anil P. Society was held at Tullangatta on Wednesday, '25th March, when ihero was n large attondance, the takings at the gaie amounting tD i'85/10/. The Hon. Willis Little, M.L.C. and Mr J. W. Leckie, M.L.A., were presont, and wcro entertained at luncheon by tha committee. The quality of tho exhibits generally was Rood, though the number of entries were below those of last year. Among tho prizrt winnera the following local named appear :— Pony 13 a.u. (ridden).—Hugh Harria, first. Lady's Hacknoy.—W. Nicholl, first. H.orse,.driveD in buggy.—Hugh HarrU, first. Pony" 18. a.u. (driven in gig.—Hagh Harris, first. Pouy 14 a.u. (driven in gig).—Hugh Harris, second. I'on.v Hunter 14 a.u.—W. Greonhill's Ba«hful, first. Hnntara, 19at.—A. T. Bartlett'&. Star light, second.

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CHURCH NEWS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 April 1914

cmuBicm sisu's. CHURCH OK ENGLAND. Confirmation services will bo held next Sunday in Corryong at 11 u.m. and at Cudgcwantilp.ru. Tho liishop of Wan "arnttii will preach nt Corryong at 7.30 p.m. Thousuul service nt Upper Thougla ia postponed till 12th April. Oh. merchant in this hotu-of ono, U on this paper you should ecc, Tisko our advice, mid now be yyy, Go straightway out and advertiii. You'll find tho project of some uuu ; Neglect cau oiler uo I'Xijqq. l>o wise at onco prolong yoar daiva, A r.ilout busiuoa soon dkkk,

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