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

workers' coni'ea'satio.'v a«;t. With the' iocoining of the Work men's Compensation Act, now fully passed, and only waiting departmental arrangements before it ie brought into force, the harden of the employer is considerably increased. It was thought last week that the Act would not couie into force till about next September, but it is now expected that "it will be in operation in a few w»eks. Under its provisions the insurance of servants and workers is compulsory, and..the Government, as well as ordinary as surance societies, will collect premiums and issue policies to all employers of labor. The payments for premiums will vary with the nature of the oc cuputions, thus :— ANNUAL PREMIUMS PAYAliLK FOE EVEBY _ ' - £100 PAID IN WAGES. - ''Ohaffoutters, £'2/10/.- -' j - . Butchers,'£1/5/: • • • ; Drovers, £1/10/ for cattle ; £1/10/ for sheep Farm Laborers, £1. •" ■ Sawraillers, £1/5/ to £3/10/. Shearers, 17/..' Wool Scourers, £1. Domestic Servants, 6/. Horse Trainers, £4. ■ Carpenters...

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THE RAINFALL. The following local gauge readings for the current year are supplied by Mr Playle:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 April 1914

re J Si HE AS ft I-'A I.. 3. The following local miugo readings for thr current year are supplied by Mr Phiyle Juimnry February l'G3in. 002in. MARCH. 120th 0-afiin. 21st .. .. .. O-Olin. 21th .. .. .. 0-2;iin. 25th .. .. .. l-2Sin. 27th .. .. .. O'lOin. 28th .. .. .. 0-78in. Total .. .. .. 2-98in. [Total tor year to dato .. 4'63in.]

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HOUSING OF MELBODENE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 April 1914

HOUSING OF MELBODENE PEOPLE. A. Royal Commission has been ap pointed to investigate the oouditions of the housing of the people in Mel bourne.

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

Public Kotino. Church o£ England, Cudgewa. —THE ANNUAL FLOWER SHOW, EXHIBITION OF HOME IN DUSTRIES AND SALE OF GIFTS Will be held in thf Publio Hall, CUDGKWA, ON Wednesday, April 29th, 1914. (Proceeds ill aid of Building Fund). PROGRAMME. CLASS A. 1 Collection of Six Chrysanthemums. First, 2/6; second^ 1/ ' 2 Collection of Three Chrysanthemums, distinct varieties, ]/6 3 Specimon Rose, white or cream, 1/ 4 Specimen Rose, colored, 1/ 5 Specimen Rose, dark, 1/ 6 Three Roses, distinct varieties, 1/ 7 Bowl of Hoses, 2/ S Six Cactus Duhlias, distinct varieties, ; ' i/6 ' ' 9 Three Carnations, 1/6 10 Specimen Carnation, white, 1/ 11 Specimen Carnation, durk, 1/ 12 Specimen Carnation, any color. 1| 13 Two Blooms Fuchsia, double, 1/ .. : . 1 14 Two Blooms F'i.ehsia, single, 1/ 15 Two BI001U9 Double Geranium, dis tinct varieties, 1/ 16 Two Blooms Geranium, single, dis tinct varieties, 1/ 17 Double Fuchsia, in pot, 3/6 18 Single Fuchsia, in pot, 1/0 19 Two Blooms Petunias, double, 1/6 20 Two B...

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

Public Notice. EYER FOPfOST,. CO;, Universal Providers, OKEYONU.^* WJ7AVE pleasure in announcing the iTl 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 stock of ^^^SEASON^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 a Prosperous New year. Buyers of Grain and Produce.—All quotations to us for Grain or Produce (chaff excepted) mus...

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

Public Notices. Corryong Pony Racing Club. Autumn Meeting' —In Corryong Park on — WEDNESDAY, 22nd APRIL, 1914. Or Fir;iAI,S : . . Fm:.-n>KNT.--u;:.). I'lr.ucn. ' - r-! A.if -r u:i 1 \. Ljkia*. -Mo-r- A. Ao.vk;. 0. W\ ".Vhe-lor, L. .M.i-r-.-r--. J. < K. S.'im-n-ll, T. 1/ikia*, II. \V;:t'*r>. L. S!i" i"i\ A. Dirf!:':1. f EmwisV. H :C -i t*. V i Treasurer.—.Mr .I. Ciuaph.jU. r Ju-I,'.?.—Mr h. -hiMth.-r. si.irt'T. -Mr u\ i»;,nii;.<. HanduMpper.—Mr J. K. Dl.tir. CJ.-rk of -Mr II Smith. Wei-hinv Clji-k.--.Mr T. Lakius. M.M-srm-is.—•M'-rs Acne!;* :mi Sh-.Mther. -wards. — .Mis-ir< I'a'Upbtfll. I!m1. A. LukiiH, F.. ttuajii.eil ai.'i V.I'.I PHOGRAMME : HANDICAP II C It DEE RACE, of -tlO; • Fit.v., £>>; s. eond,-i:2. For p mies 14 2 jt.u. (_hvr iiVi- fh Jits of hurdles nut mtitv ih'xr. on. hLh. Distinct. ono mile f.iid quar'er. N un., 7/ ; aceep., of. 1'.) strut at 1 p.iu. ?lm;p. MI N1ATL* HE HANDICAP, of I;5. First, -IM ; Jjt. Fat* panics :i.n. Dis...

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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.] 1. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 April 1914

P08TAL RATES AND RECULAT10N8 [Where the term "The Common wealth" is used in connection with theso rates and regulations it includes Papua. Lord Howe islaui, and Norfolk island.] 1. IvlTEKS. Tor every 1 ounce 01; fraction thereof, for delivery wiliiin the Cumuion u euilb 0 V'or delivery iii the Bnush Em pire For delivery in the New Ilebr»<..e*, liauks, and lon ed islamis . . U * Kor delivery in other places . . .. U -1 Lettkk LAUDS. Kor delivery wiihiri tlie Commonwealthi: Sin-'L-, Id. each; reply, Id. e.u-h toll. For delivery i:i the Untish Umpire (be. list ot pliiees under "Letters ) &in nil) Id. eileh. I'or unlivery in Now Hebrides, Iianss iiui Torres Inlands—Single, id. each, j Tor delivery in other places— Su«^ie, i!id. each. 1 POST CAHDo. Single Postcards impressed with the Id. stump, and Heply or double oar is. , each hull' of which has the Id. taui..;. imprested thereon, may be tra^iuuivc to places within the (Joinr.;Os.w.\ilui, .uu to those places, enumei'...

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MULTUM IN NUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 April 1914

nitu/fl'iMi aivi.ion. Cnd^ewn, North School picnic to-morrow. Mr \V. MiLdiell, of llringenhnm^, has? returned from a trij) i<> Kn^jland. Mr .1. MaelJibbuii, Secretary for Lands, U retiring from tlio Statu".Survive thin week. British lliilt* AH^ooiatiun intends .sending ft team to Australia to shoot fur ftinuire trophy. A .son of Mr A. A. Kelley. P.M., was recently admitted to practise as a b;irri-sLer ami solicitor. Kussia is Tii'ilcii,- provision for the con struction of .'i-'ti military aeroplanes niiit 10 "air dreadnoughts." Itevd. ,l:imcs Iiean, the victim of the terrible driving .'I'videet at Germanto;i, died ut noon on .Monday. Test shipment of Victorian cheese sold in London at from 03/ to 6o/6 pur ewt. This is regarded us an excellent, return. Jn.li District I'.L.C. is inviting applica tions, up to liTtli April, from persons will, ill:,' lo contest the j/iiii seat in Labor in terest. •Mr A. O'Leary, court elerk at Tallan gatta, has been appointed a Commissioner...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 April 1914

. I ' I I II—J——^ : Public Notice. u;uroh of England, Cudgewa. —THE ANNUAL— FLOWER SHOW, exhibition of home in dustries AND SALE OF GIFTS v:ll be held in tiif Puulic Hall, Cudgewa, on ; sdnesday, April 29th, 1914, (Proceeds in aid of Building Fund). • PROGRAMME. CLASS A.. 1 Collection of Sis Chrysanthemums. First, 2/6 ; second 1/ 2 Collection of Threo Chrysanthemums, distinct varieties, 1/6 3 Specimen Rose, whito or cream, 1/ 4 Specimen Rose, colored, 1/ 5 Specimen Bp>e, dark, 1/ , 6 Three Roses, distinct varieties, 1/ - •7 Bowl of Roses, 2/ 8 Six Cactus Dahlias, distinct varieties, - 1/6 S Three Carnations, 1/0 ^.^^^^iOaSpecimen.Carnation, white, 1/ „ » lT,SpeoUnah .CofP'ition. di>rU., JI - • \ i4 Two Blooms 1< uuusia, single, 1/ 10 Two Blooms Doublo Geranium, dis tinct varieties, 1/ . > .■ 16 Two Blooms Geranium, single, dis tinct varieties, 1/ 17 Double Fuchsia, in pot, 1/6 1!3 Single Fuchsia, in pot, 1/6 19 Two Blooms Petunias, double, 1/6 20 Two Blooms Petun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 April 1914

l'ultlic IVol HAVE pleasure in announcing tlie opening up of a splendid stock of tlie 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) CRiOCKERY 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 Avhich defy competition. The sweetest and cleanest stock on the Murray. Ladies are particularly invited to see our splendid stock of NEW SEASON'S GOODS. ' Great Stocks of Drapery, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Timber, Ironmongery, Lime, Cement, Fencing Wire, all at bedrock prices. Horse and Cattle Rugs. Buy the best, Burges, for. cheapness and quality. We have to thank. our numerous patrons for their generous patronage for the past year, and heartily wish all a Frosperous New year. Buyers of Grain and Produce.—All quotations to us for Grain or ...

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THE YEARS RECORDS. Following are the records of the rainfall for 1905, l906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912 and 1913:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 April 1914

THE YEAJtS' BECORDS. Following aro tho records of tho ruin f:ill for 1005, l'JOli, 1007, 1003, 1009, 1010, 1011, 1012 mill 10Ui CO-Bo 05 65 iO-Ifi oi-KS 65-08 80-io 88-So 0o-9i; Oi-OR 1-8-o c-r-f IS-'J C'.-o C-i-0 ii-0 S'i-v CO-S CM •33(3 'JL-0 05-T' GO-1 is: ;; 12-0 Oi-X oi-a 'Ji-T' 142-0 "A0M lfl-S J<M 01-X ll-c 95-5 G8-X ic-X ys-R et'-fr •p*o 0!)-o s<m: ce-x Vf -5 ra-x CS-K 85-X u-1 98-5 90-5 X9-5 8G-0 8I--5 52-X ei-5 SG-o E'J-X ■Buy 55-X 8V-'J 8i-e T'.'-i: 90-5 li-X Ki-o '.•m: OS-C A'jUf <-!G-0 9W: OG-o 00-5 IL-'J fc'G-i: c-G-X £<M' t-i-S OUil| lil-V es-o 5G-c cor. V.i-S se-5 OG-O ec-c 5A-5 ■v.iK IG-O oo-X GOO 60-0 ofi-H Si-1 9I-o i>M 09-X |i.ulv f-L-f BO-X SH-r C'J-o iS.'-fi t-8-0 X'.i-X Mi-9 LG-0 ••"'K cy-i G'-'-X iO-T 90-X 5i-X E-C-T' 90-5 8i-0 «f-X 09 5 f I 0 iC 5 90-5 81-X '-•I-5 OS-1 MIX u:-5 •llllf SXGX 5XGX XXGX OIGX G06X 80GX iOCX 9UG GOGX Tintai.diia IIotkl.—Mr l'\ P. Lucas announces elsewhere that ho has taken over the ma...

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APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 April 1914

APltlL. . 2ml .. .. O'OSin. 3rd .. .. .. 0 07in. eth .. .. •• OOlin. 7th 0 02in. Total 018in. [Total tor yoar to duto .. -l'81in.]

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THE RAINFALL. The following local gauge readings for the current year are supplied by Mr Playle:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 April 1914

THE EtAINFALL. Tho following local gauge readings for the current vear aro supplied by Mr Playle. January .. .. .. l*63in. February .. .. .. 002m. March .. . • • • -2'98in.

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FOREST CONSERVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 April 1914

rOlCEST CONSERVATION.. Benewed attention is being given (says the Leader) to the subject of forest conservation. The A.N;A. conference has affirmed its approval of reafforestation, but the preservation of /existing forests is even more important than the renewal of those destroyed. Timber growing is a slow and costly process, and therefore it is the more desirabio that we should save what forests remain while there is yet time. We are told that there are sis or seven million acres of virgin forest yet untouched, and which, with proper care in preservation, will become an invaluable asset. Fire is the great agency of destruction, and though it may be diflioult to ensure anything in the nature of adequate precaution, we can certainly do much more than we are doing. What is most necessary is the removal of the inflammable undergrowth and decaying debris, the cutting of fire breaks through the •forests, and the maintenance of a con tinuous supervision. The thinning of the forests and th...

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RIFLE MATCH AT WALWA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 April 1914

itSFMU ITI.-VTCH AT IVALWA. recently the \Yalwa club installed the Megg's'shutter targets' uu iia range. To' celehraLe Lite opening day a team of seven marksmen from the local club visited \Vulva to take part in a teams' match. Tlie ilay was line, but the changing light made consistent shooting dillieiilt. The prevalence of influenza in the district, no doubt kept a number of the best .shots at home. In the evening the visitors were entertained to dinner, and also to a Smoke Social. Or Hrindloy occupied the chair, and extended a hearty welcome to the visitors. Following are the details of the shooting : — WAMVA. 500 ,600 yds. yds..; T'l. S. JSverard (capt.) ... 42 42 84 0. Manna ... ... 40 35 81 E. Kverard ... ... 39 US 77 C. Evcrard ... ... 40 . 33 73 S. Appleton... ... 41 : 32 73 II. U. Hanna ... ' 33 ' 3S 71 W. Clark ... ... 25 38 03 Total ... ... ■/, ■ 522 UPPER MUMIAY. ( , W. G. Davis ... 43 47' 90. H. Tayior .. ... 49 39 88. C. J. Land ... " ... 42 41 83 G. N. Rawes ... '39 35...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. SATURDAY, 4TH APRIL. [Before Messrs Acocks and Humphrey, Js.P.] DEFAULT SUMMONSES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 April 1914

COUKT OP PETIT SESSIONS. I Saturday, 4th April. fBeforo Messrs Acocks and Humphrey, Js.l'.J DEFAULT SUMMONSES. . F. W. Murray v. P. Poard.—Claim for i'20/4/, for goods sold and dolivorod. Mr Hood appeared for complainant, and Mr Dalgety for defendant.—On' the applica tion of both parties an adjournment was made to 18th inst. W. E. Turner v. J. W. Ohitty.—Claim for ;£7/10/, for money receivod. Mr Dal gety appeared for complainant, and on his application the case was withdrawn. John G. Taylor v. W. H. Whoelor.— Claim for £0/8/11, for goods sold and de livered. Mi- Dalgoty appeared for com plainant. No uotico of delenco was filed. —An order was made for i'G/8/l 1, with ^1/3/0 costs. F. W. Murray v. W. Walker.—Claim for £1/11, for work and labor done and goods sold and delivered.—Mr Hood ap peared for complainant, and on his ap plication the caso was withdrawn. H. W. Hood v. J. R. Turner.—Claim for £5 on dishonored pro. note.—With drawn, on application of complainant. . TROUBLE AT TOWOM...

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DALGETY AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 April 1914

DALGETY AND CO. Report holding their usual fortnightly market at the Albury municipal yurda on Slst ult., when thoy yardod 1200 fat aud store sheop and 46 hoad of cattle. There was a very largo attoudanco of bnyors. Bullocks, to £11/12/6 ; cows, to £12 ; heifers, to £7/5/ ; venlers, to £7. Cross bred wethers, to 28/ ; crossbrod owes, to 20/G ; morino wothers. to 19/8 ; merino ewes, to 16/9 ; lambs, to 19/.

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THE RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 April 1914

THE RAILWAY. • Good progress is being made with tha earthworks of the Tallangatta Cudgewa railway, the foremost gangs being about eight miles out of T.il lanKatta. On last pay-day—28ih ult. —£1400 tyas distributed to 815 men, and on Saturday nest the total will reach £2,000. A large quantity of .sleepers 13 stacked at Tallaugatta, and several gangs of men are cutting more about Koetong. At present there is considerable activity in railway con struction works in different parts of _the; State.- About 2,300 men are em ployed in connection'with- die various new lines in course of construction.

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YOUNGHUSBAND, ROW AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 April 1914

YOnXGHUSBAKD. ROW AND CO, Keport having hold thoir usual fortnightly biiIo of fat and store stock at the mu nicipal yards, Albury, on 31st tilt., when thoy offered 42 fat cuttlo and 1800 fat and store shotip. Thero was a largo attcnd anco of tlio trado present. Quotations :— Bullocks, to £11store bullocks, to .£7/5/; cows, to £12 ; hoifors, to i-J ; voalers, to .£'3/10/. Grossbrod wethers, to 24/; crossbred owos, to 20/6 ; tnorino wethers, to 19/; merino ewes, to 16/ ; lambs, to 19/.

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A LABOR FEDERATION. 150,000 UNIONISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 April 1914

A LABOte FSiDSltATIOX. 150,000 UNIONISTS. A Federation of Labor, greater than any so far announced, has been decided upon. It will cover over 150.000 union ists. A conference of representatives of allied anions that acted as an executive in New South Wales during the New Zealand strike, was held at the Trades' Hall in Sydney on Saturday, with the result that it was decided to make the standing committee of the strike period into a permanent federation. In De cember, when the committee was tem porarily adjourned, the following motion was approved, and sent to the unions to consider.— "The machinery for the united action of organised labor should be created; that the delegates urge their organisa tions to refrain from anything in the nature of a strike, without consulting the allied unions, and that the organisa tions represented continue to act in concert." Saturday's conference reaffirmed this programme, and a committee was ap pointed to draft rules for the' large federation. It com...

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