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CHURCH NEWS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [CONTRIBUTED.] [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 April 1914
CIIUKCU NEWS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [contributed. ] Dr Armstrong, the Lord Bishop of Wangaratta, paid a visit to the district on Sunday last, and administered the rite of Confirmation to 22 candidates—111 at Cor ryong and nine at Cudgewa. His Lord ship also preached at Corryorig in the evening. Large congregations were pre sent at all the services. The Bishop and .Mrs Armstrong left for Tallangatta by motor on Monday morning. Good Friday, the termination of the season of Lent, and the memorial of the death of Jesus Christ, will be celebrated at All Saints' Church of England by a special service at 11 a.m., ami a dialogue on the work of the British anil Foreign Bible Society,, at ,7.;30 iu the evening. This dialogue was to have. been given in the afternoon, but it has been found more convenient that it should be given in the •• evening.'' •• • On bunday, April 12th, Easter Day, Holy Communion will be celebrated at eight a.m., for those who cannot come out later, and at 11 a.m., when the...
TALLANGATTA MARKET. DALGETY AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 April 1914
TAL L\M G AT i" A 1XAKKKT. d.\l.u:sty co, • j Knport ft very heavy yarding of cnttle at tin) Talliwi^Htu stock market oil ti;itnr day, nil agents' yards being full. Tlioy quote :—Storo bullocks, SH'i/iij to .C7/17/G ; workors, .£8/2/6 ; storo cuws, £2/17/6 (low condition), to £4 (fresh forward con dition) ; cows find calves, 1*4/16/ ; steers and heifers, 2 yrs., i'2/15/ to £4. A fow linos of well bred steers and lioifors, ono brand, roalined £4. Calves, nine to 18 months, brought 17/ to 27/. .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 April 1914
I'ulilic Notice. Sale! Sale! Sale I.-CAMPBELL B -\Jf M^k A MM. !& /A.JE> ILV 'J ll\—4 At—il HAS DECIDED to clear tlie balance of ' all the stock of Ladies' Corsets 011 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* The Prices mean Given Away ! 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. Corsets 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 Eobes. 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 feo 1/G_ _ Ladies Plain Cashmere Hose. Price 1/6. reduced to 1/ Ladies 2/1 Ribbed Cashmere Hose. Price 1/6, reduced to 1/ Children's Ribbed Cashmere Hose. P...
PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 April 1914
PUDLICA.77OXS UECEIVED. "Kverylady's Journal" for April hits upon a live topic when it jzives the views —ami the portraits—of a number uf lead ing women on "How to lie I>eautiful." Keauty of figure in the ^reat consideration, and we learn tli.it beauty of both body and faee will follow perfect health. In addi tion the magazine contains the latest fashion notes, special articles, interviews ami a lot of useful household information.
THE Corryong Courier. THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 April 1914
THURSDAY, APRIL .9, 1'JlJ. For tho causa that lacks a-ssi-tance, l''or the wron^* that need resist nice, Fur the future in the distant1, Ami the yood that we can do. Fuck at TuMiutet/MBA.—Oar Turn baruraba contemporary reports that the cottage of Mr \V. Byatt jun. wa3 burned to the ground last week during the absence in Tumut of tho owner and his family. Mr anil Mrs Byatt havo had more than their share of trouble lately, having lost three children during the past few mouths. Mrs Byatt is being treated in the Tumut hospital for diphtheria, and is progressing satisfactorily. CORIIYONO A. AND P. SOCIETY.—The prize for winner of most prizes in ladies' classes (pavilion) at recent show was won by .Mrs R. Inglis, with 20b points ; second prize-, Mrs Thos. Simpson, 11 poiuts. The secretary has received advice from tho Depart ment of Agriculture that the depart ment was unable to send an officer to give a lecture and demonstration on irrigation this month, but would ar range for an ofiicer ...
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 — 9 April 1914
THE MARKETS. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [BvVYruF..] Wednesday, 0 p.m. Mosars Miuhioson anil Davis, ol bt. I James' Buildings, Williums-atroet, Mul bourne, wire ns ns follows :— Fat Cultlo.—i5,080 yarded, comprising 250 from N.S.W., 000 from North East, 750 from Gippsland, G80 from South Gippslunil, 370 from North, and 250 from West. Tho market generally ruled about on n par with last weok's ratos. Prime pens of bullocks, £12/10/ to .£14; oxtrn, to £15/15/; odd beasts, to £17 ; good, X'10/15/ to .£11/15/ ; good, light and handy, £9 to £10/10/ ; seconds and in ferior, from £'7. l'rimo pens of cows, £8/10/ to £10 : odd boasts, to £12 ; good, .07 to £8/5/ ; others, from £-1. Fat Calves. — 080 penned. Prices very firm. Fat Hheop.—19,800 yarded. P.-iccs generally ruled fully ono shilliiiu higher. Fat Lambs. — 0,o00 penned. The demand was irregular, niul prices in moat instances rilled some what oasior.
AN EXPLANATION. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 April 1914
AN EXl'LANATION. Mr M. M4(«rath, handieapper to the Tallan^alta Racing (.Mill), writes as fol lows :—As there has been a j^ood ileal of eruicism in re-p 'el to my handi ■ capping of Mr J. Anderson's mare, Sunray, i id t)*t* W'eJicr Handicap Jl.tck Race, nni at : our race meeting on April 42ndt I to brinj; under t!ic nol.ift* of the sporting public a few facts that I think should exonerate mo from any blame in connec tion wit h same.—Following is a copy of wire receive.1 from Mr Anderson : "Nomi nate Stinr.iy, Trial Handicap and Hack Kaee. l'n.'.iinLC performances.'' The wire is dated iMth March, (he date oi closing entries. On the same date Mr Anderson ran^meupon I lie telephone, to inquire whether his inare was eligible to start in the Trial, and stating that she had won a trophy, valued at £10, with C4 added, at Tumbarumla. J naturally concluded, in the abr!ei:ce of any further particulars, that it was ;l borne race that Lhe mare won. It was not until Thursday evening that 1 recei...
THE INCOME TAX. THE CURRENT RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 April 1914
TISU INCOME "BWX. THE GUI? RE NT HATES. Personal From Exertion. Property. ICvery £1 np to£300 :M ... (id An exempt.ion of £'200 is allowed. No person whose income from personal exertion and property did not exceed £-200 shall lie liable to tax. Tlie rates for companies are Sd for life assurance companies and 7d for others. Archbishop Wright, preaching in Sydney last Sunday, entered a strong protest against the holding ot the Syd ney Show on Good Friday. The sec retary, in reply, .states that were they to close many people would be debarred from seeing the show, and points to the larger attendance on that day as evi dence that the people Jgsire it. £501) to £1,001) . £1,000 to £1,500 Over £1,500 •1(1 5d (id Sd lOd lti.l
A LICENSING CASE. ANOMALY IN THE ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 April 1914
A LICEft'SINtt CASE. ANOMALY IN THE ACT. For having tbo bar door of tho Sutton Grange Hotel, Castlomuiiio. open ou Sunday, March 22nd, Edwin Boavos, the liconseo, was fined £0, with 4/8 costs. Tho poliea, on cntoring the hotel, found two men whom they knew to bo bona fide travellers, but in serving them de fendant had loft open tho b,»r door. Mr liarlow. I'.'M., said tlmt tho ease had opened up an aspect of the Licensing Act which puzzled hiiu as a magistrate. A publican was allowed to serve a traveller, but it ho opened bis bar door to do so ho was liable to a penalty. This anomaly led publicans to store litjiwr in other rooms, which led to no I'lrioua trading. At Drightou ami oth^r Melbourne suburbs ho had neon two or three men serving i:» tho bar on Sundays, tho place full of customers, and as many as thirty motor earn waiting out.sido. Ho could not understand why tho country wms treated differently from tho city i.i this respect.
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 April 1914
SPORTING NOTES. " Annual meeting' of Corryong Football Club nt Jagcr's Hotel on Saturday next, at 8.30 p.m. Meeting of, members of the Corryong Bating Club at Knight's Hotel on Satur day evening next, at eight o'clock. Two line eolts left Bringenbrong last week for tile Sydney blood stock sales. Both are yearlings. One is a handsome, well furnished black eolt by Perambulator from Searchlight, and the other a racy looking son of Wallace from Sizzle. . On the new,; course at Femvale on Thursday, the annual meeting of the Tal langatta Racing Club was held. \V. Ilyne's Bundara accounted for the T.-il Ian&lt;;atta and Flying Handicaps, and Iioy Smith's Duniron won the Trial and Forced Handicaps. . The annual' Gymkhana in aid of the funds of the Public Hall will bo held at Tintaldra'on Easter Monday (see advt.). An attractive programme will be presented, and patrons may rely upon a good day's entertainment. The usual ball will be held in the evening. .Merrigong, by Harmonist — Gra...
THINGS IN GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 April 1914
.TIMWGS IN GEIVEKAL,. Although Mr Elwood Mead has been permitted by the University ofCalifornia to withdraw from his agreement to accept the professorship of rural in dustries, and will return eventually to Victoria to resume his duties as Chair man of the Water Commission, he is remaining for some months in the United States. He has been instructed by: the State Ministry to inquire iuto the planting of, fruit trees over dredged areas, and he is also looking into land ■settlement questions likely to be of value in the closer settlement policy of Vic toria. Writing from San Francisco on 7th March to the Minister of Water Sup ply, Mr Mead states.:—"The irrigation problem of California is far more serious than that of Victoria, but the money end of it is held by individual concerns rather than the State. In the aggregate there are about 1,200,000 ncres of iaud under irrigation schemes awaiting settlers. The average cost of the land is £20 per acre, and the average cost of the canals is...
THE CUDGEWA DAIRY COMPANY LIMITED. DIRECTORS MEETING. [SUPPLIED.] [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 April 1914
T2IE CUftGEW.V DAS5SV COill I'AiWV Ll'IM'SD. DIRECTORS' MEETING. [supplied.] The ordinary monthly meeting of directors of the above company was held at the manager's office, Corryong, on Thursday last, when the following mem bers were present, viz., Messrs A. Htirris (acting chairman), T. Bennetts and A. Hamilton and tho manager. Apologies for absence were received from Messrs Mitchell, M'Kenzie and Playle. Minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Prom W. H. Blackham and ' Co., agents, Melbourne, reporting sales of but ler in Melbourne as follow :—2;12 eases at 12}d por lb., 203 at 13d. 181 at Jd^d. and 145 at I8J1I.—lleceived. * MANAGERS REI'OK't. Mr Acocks reported as follows :— Mr Chairman and Qentlemon,—I havo to report that during tho four weeks end ing 21st March, 1914, the work of the company has been as follows :— Expenditure. Cream purchased, 842481bs., yielding 338431bs. fat, at lid, £1551/2/9 ; materials used and cartage, £184 ; fire wood, £15 ...
WALWA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 April 1914
YVA I.WA. A. well-known grazier of Walwa, in the person of Mr Frank Hunt, passed away in the Albury Hospital on Thurs day night last. The deceased was a native of Yackandandah, and was 58 years of age. He came to the Walwa district with his parents about 40 years ago, and followed grazing'pursuits ever since. About eight weeks ago he felt that he had an internal trouble, and proceeded to Sydney for medical treat ment. His health continuing to decline, he returned to Albury recently and en tered the Albury Hospital. He leaves a widow and family of five sons and two daughters. The brothers are Mr Albert Hunt, who is associated with the "Ago" office, Melbourne, Senior Constable Hunt, of St. Kikla road, and Mr Altred Hunt, of the W.A. railways. Mrs E. A. Jones, of Newcastle, is a sister. A highly-enjoyable "surprise party" eventuated on Tuesday afternoon, 31st ult., the occasion being the eve of the departure from the Walwa School ol' Miss M'Lean, who has been sewing mistress for nearly...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 April 1914
Ftililic Notices. Corryong Pony Eacing Club. Autumn Meeting —In Canyon;; Park on— \VKJ>XESD A Y, 22xd. AP1UL, 1914. OFFICIAL^ : l'UK.StllKNT.-M-t !'!::r:0£. Vi I- it&lt;.—:•!.■ j •; - -.v. '.'tWa*. Co-.n:n;ti,-v-.— '■tu-i.r; A. A-ix-.-. V.";-ih. MiUUr-, J. Koiit-rti-M. I'- « '1'- J.-'£'ii5, H. Wut.:rA L. Shwulivr. A. li.if.-l-.-::, .1. l-ii-.v.-i-!-', It. Kni/I.t un-i O. i Tr«.s»rer.-Mr J. tit:irt*.-r. -Mr \V. Mr J. f. I Clerk of Co-ir.".- -.Ur II .Srnltli. WViirliiii? C!.'i't.--Mr T. I/iki;n. —Mvvsr.* Acyji.-i ;ui 1 S!»e:vthcr. Stcvanls. — c.i.HpboiS. Ho.) 1. X. Lukiuj, F. ainl 0. Writer*. : PROGRAMME: HANDICAP nUItDLK RACE. £10. Fit sr. £8: s.-c..ri i. ri i- -- 14.2 a.ii, Uvi i iiv,- ii. 11-~ i i i t.i 111-■ ro thi,i on. In ,h. 1M-- . i- ute lai o nntl IJ-Jurlrt . N in . 7/ ; o/. 'I'll S!;l I a; 1 p.lll. Ml;t: }i. J'Cn'I\TUliE H vXPiCAP, ..r i'5 i'-l ; o;1,| _.';i .13.-2 &lt;•-»- :!v »>«i.«=K- " m -.nnr" Tii M;i:; 1. I5. !'•() n; KI'V ! I A NI > 1! AX!ll&a...
TENNIS TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 April 1914
T E ICTOOK V A III E .*T. A mixed doubles tournament was played off on the Corryong courts oil 1st inst., Mr Lacey anil .Miss I'\ Campbell winning, with Mr Kobinson anil Miss 1'earce run ners up. . Following are the details :— 1 FIRST SOUND. Jager and Miss It. Waters (30) beat Lacey and Miss Seaton (25), 51—3G. Ent wisle and Miss 15. Simpson (scr.) beat Nethercote and Mrs Acocks (scr.), 51—43. Boucher and Miss I. Taylor (15) beat Burke and Miss (IreimldU (10), 51—26. Knight and Miss M. Bur!;e ('20) beat 1'or slmw iind Miss Coysh (15), 51—19. - SKCOSD KOU.ND. Lacey and Miss I". Campbell .(20) beat Greenham and Miss Ureenliain (7), 51—14. Jager and Miss It. \Y.iters beat Entwisle and Miss Simpson, 51—11. Jiouclier and Miss Taylor beat Knight and Miss Burke, 51—13. Itobinson and Miss Pierce (35) beat Moore and Miss M. Waters (12), 51—43. THIRD ROUND. Lacey and Miss Campbell beat Jager and Miss Waters, 51—13. itobiusoii and Miss Pierce beat Boucher and Miss Taylor, 51—32. FINAL. ; Lacey...
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.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 April 1914
POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Wliero the term "Tho Common wealth" is usod in cunncctiuii witli tuo»o rates and regulations it includes I apini Lord Howe lsliiuJ, and NorJolk Island.] I I'VITICKS. For every } ounce or fraction thereof. For delivery within tlm Common wealth For' delivery in tho British Em pire,. 0 X For delivery in the Now Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands .. U f For delivery in other places .... 0 'JJ LETi'KP.. CARDS. For deliverv within the Commonwealth : Single Id. each ; reply, Id. each liali. For delivery in t.lie BntUh Empire (so, list of places under •'Letters ) -isui nlc. Id. each. For delivery in New Hebrides, UatiivX and Torres Islands- Single, For delivery in other plates — Single, 24d. each. POST CARDS. Sitigl" Postcards impressed with the Id. stamp, ""&lt;■ '"'l'b double cjirds, each half of wliicli lias the Id. stamp impressed thenon, may he uansmineu to place? within the ('oniu:o:;We-;'lth, am: to those places. enumerated ui.de: "Letters," to ...
MULTUM IN NUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 April 1914
iuui,'iru.ti bn nijijk. Usual monthly meeting of Victoria Hospital committee oil Monday evening next. Bridgcl O'Hara, who has been convicLo.il 225 times, was sent to gaol in'Adelaide on Saturday as an habitual inebriate. According to an ollicial statement made available on Thursday, the cost incurred by the Drudging Enquiry Board was £1050. The new canvass for State electoral rolls has been completed in 120 out of '217 electoral divisions, comprising 39S,000 names. After a collision outside Sydney Heads with another costal vessel, tlie steamer Dimmoro was beached in a sinking con dition. ' Mr James Mitchell, owner of Tabletop Station, Now South Wales, died on Fri day. He was born in N.S.\V., and was 70 years of age. M. Guillaux, a noted French aviator, is now in Australia.: He intends making a series of flights, the first of which will take place at Sydney. A sealing vowel met with disaster off Newfoundland. Thirty men were rescued from an iee-lloe after the steamer had sunk, but 40...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 April 1914
Public Notices. "Corryong Hotel," &nbsp; &nbsp; CORRYONG R. E. KNIGHT &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; HEREBY notifies that he has taken over the above well known hotel, and hopes by strict attention to the requirements of patrons and keeping only the best brands of liquors to merit a continuance of the support accorded to his predecessor. I1 irst-class Billiard Table, murker in uiiendunco. , • , ' Every attention paid to requirements ot Tourists and Travellers. GOOD GRAZING PADDOCKS & STABLING. Stopping place for : CHAWFOBD & GO.'S COACHES, which leave this hotel daily (Sundays excepted) ' . for Tiillaimatta. ' : . je Corryoi|g Coffee Palaci MISS E. E. HILL, PROPRIETRESS. 'ranE ABOVE woll known hnimo ot iiccoiumnrlation has boon rpnovatod -through-; $ out, and patron* way rely upon their reqniriuiimits. receiving ovorv attention. - Reasonable urifl'. ' Two tables, Piano. Bath. 'G...
CLOCK THAT SAVED A LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 16 April 1914
The big clock of tlio Houses of Par liamont is reported to have once save.1 a man's life. A soldier doing nigi:; duty was accused of sleeping at ins post. The poor man did not know what to say in order to prove his in nocence until at last he thought of th': clock, and told the judges that at mid night Bis Ben had sent out thirteen strokes instead of twelve. The judges, however, laughed at the idea, and. thinking it further proof of the man's guilt, sentenced him to death. He was lying In prison waiting execution when several people came forward and said that the soldier's statement was Quits true, for they also had heard the great clock strike thirteen on that particu lar occasion, and so the soldier was jei freo. CLOCK THAT SAVED A LIFE.