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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 April 1914

KIFLE SHOOTING.: Following are the results of tho monthly mutch fired at the Corryong ranges on. March 4tli and 11th (conditions ton. ahots at SUOyds. and 000yds.) 500 600 yds. yds. Hep. Tot.. II. A. Harris .. 39 3S 16 93. A. A. Blair ... 41 45 3 02: E. Everard .. 38 45 3 86, T. C. Davis .. 4S 35 3 86. H. Hamilton .. 38 30 15 83 G. L. Bailey .. 29 44 7 80 H. L. Crawford .. 39 34 X 80. W. Baynes .. 30 HI 5 69. C. Nankervis .. 10 23 24 65. G. N. Kawes .. 38 10 10 58 I*. Crawford .. 23 20 ia 65 <J. M'Xamartt .. 21 13 15 4& In view of the frequent visits of Aus tralian rifle teams to Bisley, it is very de sirable that a club house be erected in tha Bisley camp, where teams could live in comfort during their visits. An effort is being made to raise sufficient money by public subscriptions to achieve this object. The V.U.A. council has decided to ask tha rillemen of the State to contribute the sum of one shilling each towards the fund. It is important that contributions...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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LATEST NEWS. [BY WIRE.] RIFLE MATCH AT WALWA. WALWA, Wednesday, 5.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 April 1914

JLAYEST NEWS. [By Wire, j RIFLE MATCH AT WALWA. Waiava, Wednesday, 5.30 p.m. In the triangular rifle mutch, fired at Walwa to-day, the scores, so far, are :—Walwa, 522 ; Upper Murray, 495. .

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WALWA SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 April 1914

There was a yond attendance ut> the annual sports on 20ih ult. T!u w.either was doli^hltil, and <v*t were in ^uud tonti* for fun, us ili-i previous night's rain was just- the thing to cheer folks ufter aomtf' wocUfl of dry weather. Tho umnagoinent deserves every credit fur the order in which tho variona events were ^nt oil"; not it single hitch occurred. The different booths side shows apparently di • well. Folbwin^' are the ivsulu :— ISoy*' Il-uv.—livic Mann I, Albert Mu:m 2. Twelve run. Girl*;1 Ivace-—Miriam EUnna 1, Myrtle Clyde 2. Six competed. Trial Handicap, 100 yds.—L. N'ieholls ], Carkeok 2. Kl.-vun starters. Sheffield Handicap. — Wynaclc 1, Kicholls ti, Carkeelv 0. Twelve starters. Pony i»:ic3, l i.'2a.n.—J. Kvuns' Oonalu, 0.5 (Albert Dmuinumd), 1 ; J. Drum mond's I'cmlii', '.5.12 (Alec. Drunuuuriii), 2. Five otters. Locul IT ml; Race.—Fay Purse's Jin RpUic, Alee. Drummoiul, 1) ; A. Dnnmnoiiil'.-: Similetia, 0.7 (V. I)rum mono), 2. i:.\ others. Open iliuk Race...

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HOME RULE CRISIS. MELBOURNE, Wednesday, 4.45 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 April 1914

HOME RULE CRISIS. Melbourne, Wcdnosday, 4.45 p.m. Colonel Seely, Minister for War, has definitely resigned office owing to the trouble caused by the guarantee given to Brigadier General Gough as to the position of the army in Ulster. Mr Asquith, the Prime Minister, is aoting for the present as War Minister.

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CUDGEWA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 April 1914

cuo<;uwa. FROM A CORRESPONDENT. On Sunday evening last (ggth.ult.) a Memorial Service, touching the death ■ of Mr Jolm Nankervis, was held in the Methodist Church, the Rev. W. H. CoHom officiating. A large congrega tion was in attendance, including rela tives and near. triands. Tho pulpit and communion rails were shrouded in black, tli'e text, ''Asleep in Jesus," in white letters, standing out in relief. Appropriate hymns were rendered by the choir and congregation, and duriug the offertory, the anthem, "He Wipes The Tear From Every Eye," was softly played by the organist. The subject of the sermon was from Revelations 14th chaptej and 13th verse ; svhen a touch ing anil appealing discourse was atten tively joliowed by the congregation, and closing'with a few personal remarks 011 the deceased. The last hymn being sung,/the Dead March was patheticaliy rendered by the organist, Miss A. Car keek/ all reverently etanding until last notes died away. During the past few weeks t...

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PREMIERS' CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 April 1914

PEEMIERS' CONFERENCE. The Premiers' Confereuce was opened, at the State Parliament House, on Tuesday. Mr Watt was appointed chairman. The question of a uniform Railway Gauge was the first for discussion.

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SATURDAY, 28TH MARCH. [Before Messrs Cronin and Harris, J's.P.] DEBT CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 April 1914

Saturday, 2Srii Maucii. [Before Messrs Cronin and Harris, J's.P.] ' DKBT CASE. Luoien Greenwood v. James Wood lands (dofaulfc summons. interstate). —Olftira for £29/0/2, foe goods sold and delivered. No notice of defence was filed, and an order was made for amount claimed, with £2/7/6 costs. Mr Dalgety appeared for plaintiff.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 April 1914

Public Noticc. Sale! Sale! Sale! J.CAMPBELL TTAS DECIDED to clear the balance of ' all tlie stock of Ladies' Corsets on -v i \ 1- .''MM 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. vy tS? Qp The Prices mean Given Away t P.D. Corsets given away. Price 13/6, reduced to 7/11 P.D. Corsets given away. Price 9/6, reduced to 4/11 P.D. Corssts given away. Price 6/11, reduced to 3/11 A Good Cheap Corset. Price 4/6, reduced to 2/11 Ladies White Underskirts. Price 7/6. reduced to 4/6 Ladies One Piece Robes. Price 11/6, reduced to 7/6 Ladies Large Size Blouses. Price 5/6, reduced to 4/6 Ladies (all wool) Plain Cashmere Hose. Price 2/3, reduced to 1/6 Ladies Plain Cashmere Iiose. Price 1/6, reduced to 1/ Ladies 2/1 Ribbed Cashmere Hose. Price 1/6, reduced to 1/ Children's Ribbed Cashmere Hose. Price 1/9, reduced to 1/3 Children's Ri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 April 1914

COETtYONft. E. B. KNIGHT "^JKUEBY notifies that lie h.is taken over tbo above well known ho',»? 1 11i*"Vv"'■ , by strict attention to the requirements of patrons and keeping only the best brands of liquors to merit 11 continuance of the support accorded his predecessor First-class Billiard Table, marker in attendance. livery attention paid to requirements of Tourists and Travellers. GOOD GRAZING PADDOCKS & STABLING. Stopping place for CRAWFORD & CO.'S COACHES, whicl . ' leave this hotel daily (Sundays excepted)' for TalhinsnLta. fljg Coprjoijg Coffee Palace. MISS E. E. KILL, PROPHXETSESS. HE ABOVE well known house ot accommodation h;i3 bemi renovated through' ontrand patrons liiny rely upon their requirements receiving every attention. Reasonable tmiff. ' Two tables. . I'iano. Bath. Good Stitbiivi". Well E<juri'PED/BiLLiAUD Room. : Efficient jMaiiicer. JSs* HAIRDRESSER'S SALOON "on the premises. PURE, WELL-MATURED Australian • ' J. LONGSTAFE & SONS...

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CORRYONG STATE SCHOOL. TRIENNIAL REPORT OF SCHOOL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 April 1914

COItKVOIVC;/ STATE SCHOOL.. TRIENNIAL KEPORT OF SCHOOL COMMITTEE. Ladies and Gentlemen,—The torm o£ office for whioh tlio present committte was elected, via., throo years, having ex pired, wo bavo much pleasuro in present ing our report of the work done during that period. Some changes have taken place in the^ personnel of the committee, four of the old members having dropped out, ohiefly through removal from tbo district, and new members have taken their places. We are pleased to report thr.t the num ber of children attending the school haa kopt well up to tho standard, and that the wholo school has attained a. high position of proficiency. W'u bava had two increases in tho school staff, until to day wo have two female aud one male assistant teaches and tho bead teacher. Various new classes have been formed, such n.9 tho Higher Elementary, Sloyd and Swimming, nil of which have gona towards placing tho school upon a much higher plane than in former years, and in each of ihesa new de...

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THE Corryong Courier. THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 April 1914

THE (luoiimut (Emmet*. — o THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1914. For the cause, that lacks n^l'innc.-, For tho wron;;B that ueea ru.v;-t For the future in tho dsu i^', And tim ^;oud thut wc c.ui do. Golden WoiiBiT Buuuow.—Messes K. Fletcher and sou, who are driving on the lino of reef at tho Ljrd Brassey mine, Ilarrietville, reoeutly came on a remarkablo development. After driv ing for a distance they "holed" through into a small opening, which, on examination, proved to be a wombat burrow. The opening was subse quently traoed to tho surf ice, and for ouriosity the owners measured the distance burrowed. It wss thon found that from where tho wonmt had com menced to the tunnel was 100ft., while the vertical measur'.ment gave a leDgth of 6Qft. The question that is causing discussion is lx>w did the animal get his dirt away. This when prospected revealed goldei stone, and the owners are now anxiiua to know at what point the "mine:" made his find. ; I '{ ) Tintaldra Gymkhana.—The annual Tintaldra ...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. SATURDAY, 21st MARCH. [Before Messrs Cronin, Acocks and Harris, J's.P.] DEFAULT SUMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 April 1914

0«lTJ£T>F PETTV SESSIONS. Sa•rdav, 21st mauch. [rofore^i^srrs Oronin, Acooks and Harris, .MP.] ^ekaolt summons. F. W. tiactay v. F. Smith.—Mr Hood, faji complainant, stated that the case hid been settled. Mc Dal gety, foe ofendant, said his client was unaware jc thf debt. The claim wa= foe breacfmpiriied, aud he had paid the baker and had now paid Murray again.—;Vithdrawu. ilBBCUNE LANGUAGE. OonstileHibberd proceeded ag.iinst W. Aocirsou for using obscene language on Towtmg racecourse ou 27th Feiruary. The constable do posed thit he had heard Anderson us ing obscine language on the cour-ui on the day n question. Sergeant Moore gave ccrroborativo evidence. Mr Hood iupeared for Anderson, ami said he lad been struck by another man, anl provoked to use the language. —The bach imposed a fme oE C'2, or 14 days' imprisonment. Ou Mr Hood's application a fortnight's time was allowed. Hibberd v. D.nighty. — Summons was enhrged till 2nd May, ou appli cation ut police. ' '

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THE INCOME TAX. THE CURRENT RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 April 1914

TEE EC INCOME TAX. THE CURRENT RATES. Personal Exertion, livery £1 up to£500 3il £500 to £1,000 4<1 £1,000 to £1,500 oil Over £1,500 Sil An r'xemnliorj nf £200 r.lV From Property. Bj" 8il lOil .. 12(1 ex'.'i'tiou an;:. pro; diiii.ll Ihj liable to tax. I v ,li,i nol e.tCG-eii The rates for companies are Sd for lifu assurance companies anJ 7d for others.

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DREDGING BOARD'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 April 1914

DUUDGIiXG BOARD'S KUt'ORT. I Amongst a variety of subjcct3 of public interest discussed by the State Cabinet last week at a meeting pre I sided over by the Premier, was the Dredging Board's report. The Cab inet devoted several hours to the con sideration of the Dredging Board's report, and the memorandum pre pared by cho Minister of Mines on his inspection of the areas. The follow ing decisions were reached :—(1) New leases for dredging and hydraulic sluicing : None to be issued for the future, except in certain mining dis tricts subsequently to be defined, and then only when pollution of streams leading into agricultural districts is not likely to result. (2) Existing leaees : All covenants dealing with re soiling and non-pollution of streams henceforth to be rigidly enforced. (8) Under the provisions of section 11 of Act 1514, the Minister to except from occupation for mining purposes or for residence or business under any miner's right or business licence, beds, banks of all rive...

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UPPER THOUGLA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 April 1914

wppeu THOf:(;i. v. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. The long spell of dry weather was broken here on the 19th ult. by a wel come fall of 46 points of rain, followed by a heavy thunderstorm on the 23rd, when 212 points were recorded, with a further fall of 67 points on 27th. The grass has already made vigorous growth, but the rain is too late for most of the potato crops. The school was visited on 13th nit. by Mr Inspector Armitage, being his first inspection since the occupation of the new buildiug. The shire eiijiui:-?: h-\s ia^p•:«!>! 1 ih-": site of the proposed head 01 the r.\u:e_;or the Corryong Wator Supply, auu is satisfied as to tho sufficiency of the water.

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PROPOSED UPPER MURRAY ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 April 1914

PROPOSES* rii'I'KK MURRAY ROAD. Mr L. H. Sam bell, C.E. recently re tnrned from a week's inspection of tho Upper Murray Valley to Ton Crrogg'n and Kosciusko, Now South Wales, in con nection with proposed roads thero. Do tailed information and aneroid readings wore taken throughout, and Mr Samboll reports that a well-graded road can bo constructed along the Upper Murray (or Indi), bringing tho foot of Kosciusko within -10 miles of the terminus of tho Tallangatta Cudgown railway now in course of construction. This would on able tourists from Melbourne to roach tho top of the mount, in two days, traversing 30 miles of the Murray go.-ge, at present almost inaccessible. Tho level o£ the river at Groggin—from A'hera tho ascent to Kosciusko commeneos on the Victorian aido—is nearly '2,U00ft. above sea level, surrounded by Mounts Pinnabar, Grann wale, Wheeler, Kosciusko, and The Pilot, all above snow-line. Portion of the ex penditure for the opening up of the Upper Murray Valloy would be pr...

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ELECTORAL. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 April 1914

ELEUrOEUL. The Commonwealth electoral colls have recently been ro-prjnted, and copies are now on view at the various post offices for public inspection. Under the amended electoral law it .is the duty of qualified electors to inspect these rolls, and if their names do not appear, to fill in a claim for enrolment. The obligation to enrol begins as soon as an elector is qualified and has been a month in any subdivision of an electorate, and oven though an election may not tie pending, anyone is guilty of an offence if no claim is made within 21 days of grace allowed after the expiration of the month of quali fying residence. Mr J. G. M'Luren, Commonwealth electoral officer, stated that it is.inteuded to enforce rigorously i tholawiin"compelling qualified voters to enrol. The penalty for failure to' enrol is £2. ; Forms of electoral claims can he obtained at all post offices. In view'of the fact that the new rolls for the Legislative Assembly will be ready on July 31st, the indications...

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VICTORIAN STATE REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 April 1914

VICTORIAN STATE REVENUE. The Victorian State revenue for the p&st nine months shows an increase of a quarter of a million pounds.

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WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 April 1914

WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACT. Mr Watt denies tbut there is any seoret understanding with the insur ance ooinpanies as to the Workmen's Compensation Act, of which he wiw accused by Mr Hampson, M.L.A., at the meeting of the Bendigo East branch of the Political Labor League on Monday night.

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THE TALLANGATTA TRAIN SERVICE. The following is the existing time table for trains leaving Tallangatta:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 April 1914

TSSE TAIXANCATVA 'J'KAIN SEttVICE. Tho following is the existing time tublo for trains leavum Tallai)''iUtii:— Monday ... ... 10.45 a.m. Tuesday... 8.30 a.m. Wednesday ... 10.45 a.m. Thursday ... 6.50 a.m. Friday ... ... 10.45 a.m. Saturday ... 6.50 a.m.

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