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CRICKET. POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 January 1914

POSITION OF CLUBS. Flayed. Won. Lost. Points. Khancoban 1 10 4 Oorrvong 2 114 W «ilwa 1 0 1 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 January 1914

Public Notice. assw IYER FOREMOST, J. J. *3 . Universal Providers, ^-GORSYOf G. 1[Jf AYE now to announce that the fl general Spot Cash Sale for De cember will not be continued, but we will still continue to throw away Groceries at the following prices Until Further Notice. Many of the lines quoted are actually below landed cost. Price list GROCERIES. Sugar, 1A, 701b. bag, 16/11 bag. Flour, Corowa, 18/ bag, ISOlbs. Flour, Cudgewa, 16/ bag, 1501bs. Kerosene, White Rose, 12/6 case. Sheep Salt, 9/11 bag. Currants, 7d lb. Raisins, Gjd lb. Rice, best -Japan, 12/6 bag. C'ornina, 7d lb. Sardines, 3Jd tin, Freeh Herrings (Morton's) 6Jd tin. Black Horse salt, 2001b. bags, Imperial Coarse Salt, 2001b. bags, 13/6 bag. Castle Fine Salt, 561b. bags, 4/0 bag. Black Hor.se Fine Salt, 561b. bags, 5/6 bag. Tapioca, 3d lb. Maizena, Duryea's, 7/9 doz. packets. Maizena (Mann's), 6/6 doz. packets. Castle Soap, 7d bar, large. Magic Soap, 8d bar, large. Velvet Soap, 3 bars for 9j>d. Pear's Soap, OJd bar...

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SPORTING NOTES. TOWONG TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 January 1914

SPORTING NOIES. TO WONG TURK Cf.l'Ii. The annual meeting of Towong Turf Club was held at Jagers Hotel on Satur day last. Mr J. Mitchell (president) oc en pied the chair, ami there was a good attendance of member*. Minutes of j previous meeting were read and confirmed. The secretary (Mr Acock.-!) read the bal* i ance sheet for the past year, showing that a profit of £5S/l/9 had been made on the lust annual raee meeting. The hank over draft on the Trustees' Account had been reduced from £435 to £356 during the twelve months. The balance sheet was received and adopted. Ufiiee-bearers for the ensuing year wore appointed as follow :—President, Mr J. Mitchell ; Pte wards, Mensrs J. Dobiuson, C. M. Findlay, J. Gibson, A. Harris, H, Hood, W. ii. ' Mitchell, K. M'lllree, 1*. J. M'Meekin, H. K. M'ICenzie, K. Mackmnon, W. M*Vean, T. Paton, <1. Pierce, F. J. Scamiuull, F. J. Soammell, juu., II. F. Watson, (J. Waters, C. W. Wheeler, W. Wheeler, jun. and W. Whitehead ; judge, Mr P. J. ...

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THE UPPER MURRAY RAILWAY. TURNING THE FIRST SOD. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 January 1914

J E5 the sjppjsr mokbay kail WAT. TURNING THE FIRST SOD. The ceremony of turning the first pod of the Tallangatta Ctidgowa rail way will take place at Tallangatta 011 Saturday next. The occasion will be celebrated by a banquet in the Athon teutn Hall, at which a Parliamentary party and man associated wiih the public life of the district will be enter tained by the 'l'owong Shire Council. Tickets are available for the public on application to the shire secretary. Mr Mackinuon, M.L.A.., Minister elect for Railway?, will perform tbn ceremony, and it is expeoted that the Premier, Mr Watt, will also be present. Persons desirous of obtaining ticketB for thn bmq.ier- are requested to nvike early application to thu secretary, Mr W. H. Maddock, Tallangatta.

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THE SUB-TREASURY. Mr A. O'Leary, receiver and paymaster, supplies us with the following lists for public information:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 January 1914

THE SUB-TKEASDISr. Mr A. O'Leary, receiver and pay master, supplies tis witli the tollowiug lists for public information :— j Accounts Awaiting Payment.—Cor ryong Athenanim, Dr. Greenham, E. P. Dunn, G. Pearce, A. Playle, T. Richard-' son, J. C. A. Schneider, H. Walker, F. W. Murray, H. Fraser, A. and J. Harris, Wm. Moore, W. Rapsay. Leases for Delivery.—E. Jeffcott, jr., J. H. E. Kendall, G. C. Smith, G. Lord, H. G. Cheshire. Crown Grants for Delivery.—E. Smiih, L. MoncriefT, M. M'Namara, J. E. Simpson, R. Hanna, A. J. Smedley. The "Colosseum" (lrHporyesttihliHhment, in Chapel street, PrRliran, with several smaller shops, w.ib destroyed by fire oil Sunday afternoon, and "the City Hall seriously ditnmgcd. The damage is esti mated at £100,000,

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THE PREMIER AND MR BILLSON TO BE PRESENT. By WIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 January 1914

THE PREMIER AND MR BILLSON TO BE. PRESENT. Br W'ntE. The Premier (Mr Watt) and Mr A. Billaon (ex-Minister for Railways) Lave both agreed to be present at Tullangatta on Saturday^

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UPPER THOUGLA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 January 1914

Ul'U'ESt 'fl'IlOUULA. The rninfiill for 1913 in this district amounted to 2S.3S inches, which is ij inches below the average. Rain fell on 93 days. Since tiie New Year it has been very hot and dry with bush fires in the liiils. On Monday there was a wel come fall of 30 points of rain. The new school building has been passed by thts Inspector, and will be available for occupation after the holi days. Threshing is completed 011 this creek, the whole output, nearly rooo bags oats, being the work of Mr Frank M'Kenzie's new plant—a No. 3 International Har vester Company's Sterling Thresher, driven by a six horse-power Felix Motor Engine. This machine which has a capacity of about 120 to 140 bags a day, and has done 54 bags in three hours 20 minutes, is most economically worked, employing from five to seven men only, the cavings going away with tho straw.

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BULK HANDLING OF WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 January 1914

BULK 5IA.\DM.\K OF WHEAT. Procrastination is the abiding vice of all politiciau. They may be eager and urgent on the public platform, but they almost invariably shirk the responsibility of performance. This failing has boon made particularly evident in regard to the bulk handling of wheat. Farmers are deeply con cerned in this q.iestion, for the iDtro- j duction of the system would mean a great saving and convenience. The experience of the United States and Canada is sufficient to show the ad . vantages attaching to this method. Tho only objection tha: can possibly ha advanced to its introduction hero is the initial cos!, but the saving to ht effected thereby would, in the opinion of those who have (jiveo attention to tho question, amply justify the outlay. By the elimination of bags the farming industry would benefit to the extent of something like £300,000 a year, and the eleaniug a ml grading of wheat ! under the elevator process would also represent a distinct monetary advan tag...

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THINGS IN GENERAL. FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 January 1914

things is "v!iji vi. FkCH VaUIOUS SOUItCKH. It would have come as a surprise to tlic earlier selector to have been told that malleo blocks would eventua'ly prove the class of Crown lands most favored by land seelxrs. Yet during the last year the most active settlement on Crown lands occurred ;■! the malice country, where subdwisbn^l work wa • carried out before the a!lot;::.-j:!;3 weie made available for selccti.in. As many as 193 agricultural leases, representing 1:11,417 acres, wc;e issued or approved ; 100 perpetual leases, representing 56,727 acres ; and 257 selection pur- ! chase leases, representing, 103.551 acrcs. The revenue from rents ou muilee allot ments, leases, valuation of improve ments and fees generally amounted to £87.37.).' The total arua of mallee land subdivided was 240 000 acres, repre senting 343 holdings. I11 the case of other lauds than midleo, 973 allotments were surveyed, with an aggregate aiea of 103,000 acres. In some instances the work of the Water Commi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 January 1914

Public Notice. T IJ? H AfflroclL HAS decided to still further offer.the sfl,ijj^riduij^i.nents for Cash_ .j)^ Booking, SlMieiW-last month. The following are the Gash and Booking Prices for the undermentioned goods: Cash. Booked. Best Flour (bag) ..... 18/ 19/ l'ollard, bus. .... .... 1/8. 1/9. Bran, bus, .... • .... 1/8 1/9 Sugar (bag) ..... . .... 16/11 18/ Kerosene, case - .... 1.... 12/6: 13/0. E. Salt .... ■ .... 8/ 8/6 L. Salt, best .... .... 10/6. 11/6 No. 8 Wire, American. .... 1/3. 1/4 Barb .... . 1/9 2/0 Also a great clearing out of Oddments in the Drapery and Boot Departments. All odd lines are being turned out, and will be cleared at special prices that will ensure a quick sale. Sea ilie OWmanf. oix wl^iclx " oddments iii? Booi/s arret Shoes,1 SldFts,r Blouses, Children's Dresses, One-piece Robes> Corsets, Ribbons and Gloves. REMNANTS. The Remnant table is laden with bar gains in Dress Muslins, Prints, Fancy Muslins, Sateens, Art Muslins, Galateas, Shirtings, Table Lin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 January 1914

u •orryong Motel COKRYONG-. 59 It. E. KNIGHT EltKBY'notifies th ill he has tnkrm ovor the ahuve well known hotel, aiiii "T^ by strict Attention to the requirements of pstrons and keeping only the botl -brands of liquors to n coniininnci} of tho support uciiordcd his predecessor. ■ First-class Billiard Table, marker in mten<hm«.v. Every attention paid to requininunts of Tourists and Travellers. , GOOD GRAZING PADDOCKS & STABLING. Stopping place for CRAWFORD & CO.'S COACHES, which leave this hotel daily (Sundays excepted) for Tiiilfin/'attii; MIS B E. E. HILL, PROPRIETRESS. AHOVE \vuil known house ol accommodation lias boen renovated through | out, nnd patrons may roly upon their rcquiremonts receiving every attention.-" Reasonable tariff. Two tnblm. .Piano. .Bart). Good Stabling. : : •? Wish. 'KqiJiwan Bim.iakivIIoom. Ekficiknt . .Maiikek. KS" HAIRDRESSER'S SALOON on the promises. PUCE, WELL-MATUred Australian Wine, <—< O ^ "T •: Y ACK...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 January 1914

f Kl'KCSl JHVa'UJWS. DIVINE Sorvien-i v.!!! Iv> hs-M or. | Sunday noxt i;< fuliov/ : - - | PllKSBYTRRtAN (JilKKHU. j V>'iilibn, 11 n.m. ; Or.iTvon;>. ;! p m. ; Thon^lo, 7.SO p.m.—I'.ev. J. (J. Ojuknr. j Ciror.on of Esv.l\.s:>, \ Wnhvn, 11 n.i]]. ; TintaMri. fl p.m.; 1 CorrvoiiK. T.uO p.m. — Ituv. 1-'. fl, fuakc, | Tli.L. Mk rutinisT C',iraiw;t. Colsc Cnlnr., !! p.m. ; Cu Ig.v.v.i, 7.HO p.in — Mr \V. H. Collom. j

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 January 1914

In i^<>;nori:im. SC.\MMEfJj.—In sad und loving memory of my i!o:tr htnh'.rvl, arr.l our d<;:ir fuiher, Hi'nry Kcainmoll, who died at hi.-; ropulpiic.0, "The Pines," Kbancoban, on 11th ^ixnu«»i"y. lOOiX When fill U arvti fiiul d-irk v.-thin. And liop- oiuv byr:i tr> .11 s. Ho -to-ilq within the sh<*>lon" din;. Ar.-l vtIj-', tlits t'.*ar from <v.vry eye. Th" bU-ik is in nstr Iioiip. til- -nrrow in <v;r lot. TIk> low tint our ci-.vn, i ? rvcr ; B'.K h«» !;V.h :i !i:V. ti::10'_:oIi«r:i V,* tuiti <«rJ sin, wij njijirc •-(.* I with euro, v; ivo sllil our! crown to in. — Iukci tea by bis loving r.i!c ami cliiMron.

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CHURCH NEWS. PRESBYTERIAN. INDUCTION OF REV. J. C. COULTER. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 January 1914

CHURCH NEWS. PRESBYTERIAN. INDUCTION OF REV. J. C. COULTER, I The induction of the How C. Coulter to tho Cori'vonf; Charge tool: place nt the Presbyterian Church, Cjrryoii", on 7'h inst. Tho officiating minister was tho flev. F. Chisholm, of Wnngnratta, Moderr.tor of tho I'rosbytory, assisted by Rov. II. E. Carey (reeontly inductcd to Tallanj^uta Charge) and Rov. C. R. Houston (Interim Moderator), of Yack andandah. The ceremony took place nt eijjht o'clock p.m., in tho presonco of a number of church members mid ad herents, representing all parts of tho charge. The usual questions worn nut, and boing duly answered the induction \v»9 proceeded with. Addresses to the minister and to tiio congregation were delivered by Raw Houston and Rev. Garoy respectively, and the incom iff? ministor and his wife and family wero welcoinod to tho chargo bv Messrs A, Burtlett (lion, secretary), W. Hamilton, LI. Harris, and others. Tho Rev. Mr Coulter feelingly acknowledged the remarks of tho spoakei-s,...

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DALGETY AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 January 1914

IlALGF.TY AND CO. Boport holding tliuii iisimI fortnightly market oil Gtil inst., whan thoy yardod •2800 fut and store alieup and 00 h;;atl of iMttle, to a 300.I attendance of bnyora. Quotations Light weight bullocks, to i8 ; stui'M, to A'0/10/ ; cows ami hoiforn, to X7/16/ ; voalflrn, to X'o/li/. Crossbred wcthors, to 17/3 ; crossbred ewes, to M/6 ; merino wethora, to 15/7 ; merino ewes, to Voj ; lambs, to iy/4. 4 ExFfcMJTKN'T.—TsJv« ft plv?C6 A fa'-'cbonrd about five inches eqaare. roll i» Into a tube with one end just largo enotigfc to f»» Around the oye, and too other cud rather smaller Hold tho tube between tb« thumb and finger of the right hand (do not frapp it with tho whole hand); put the large end cIoko against the right eye, and with the left hand hold a book against the side of the luhe. Ho sure and keep both eyes open, and there will appear to bo a holp through the book, and objects seem as if seen through tbi holo instead of through tho tube. The right eye 6C03 through ...

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THE CUDGEWA DAIRY COMPANY LIMITED. DIRECTORS' MEETING. [SUPPLIED.] [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 January 1914

THE CUOGEWA DAIRY COM PANY LIMITED. DIRECTORS' .MEETING. [SUPPLIED.] The ordinary monthly mooting of directors of the above company was held at the iniiuuger'a officio, Corryong, on Thursday last, when tho following mom I hors wore preaont, via., Messrs A. Playlo [ (acting chairman), T. BennetlB, A, Harris, A. Hamilton mid II. M'Kenzio and the manager. Agologies for absence Were received from Messrs Laud und Mitchell. Minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From \V. H. Biackham and Co., Mei, bourne, advising Sales for the four weoltH at 11 Jd per lb.—Received. From same, advising that ha lmd in terviewed the Railway Department ro tho complaint of shortage of ice in cool, trucks, and the matter would be attended tc. — Received. From Superintendent of Exports Mel bourne, forwardiug fcroding certificates for four weeks, all first grade, with the exception of 15 cases of second grado. From H. Nankervis and threo other suppliers at Oolae Oolae, asking that th...

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THE TALLANGATTA TRAIN SERVICE. The following is the existing time table for trains leaving Tallangatta:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 January 1914

THE TAIXANG.1TTA TKAIft SERVICE. I ♦ \ The following is the existing time table for trains leaving Tallaugntta :— Monday ... ... 10.45 a.ra Tuesday... ... 8.00 a.m. Wednesday ... 10.15 a.m. Thursday ... 6.50 a.m. Friday ... ... 10.'15 a.m. Saturday ... 6.50 a.ru. Oh, merchunt in this hour of oeo, If on this papor you should coc, Take our advice, and now bo yyy, Go Btraightway ont and ndvurtiii. You'll find tho projoot of eomo uuu ; Neglect c&n offer no exqqq. Bo wine at onco prolong your daaa, A, nileut business soou dlikk,

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ALBURY MARKET. YOUNGHUSBAND, ROW AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 January 1914

ALUURY MARKET, yOUST.nUSEASl), IlOW AND CO, Report Imviii" held tiu-ir usual fortnightly > Biiln of flit null store stock at tho Albury municipal yards oil Otli inst., to (i eood Attendance oftlio trade, when tliey offered •20 fut cattle, '2700 fit mid store sheep, Tliey quote Steers, to .£7/12/6 ; cowj, to £7/3/; vonlern, to jC5/5/. Crossbred wethers, to 17/4 ; crossbred ewca, to 15/6 ; merino wethers, to 15/7 ! merino ewes, to 13/ lambs, to 15/7.

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THE [?]. 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 — 15 January 1914

MELH0UUNE MA1! KKTS. [IJy Wikk.] Weslncs<]ny, ft p.ui. Messrs Mnthioson and D.ivis, of S'. J.iiiicb' Buildings, Willitmis-Btrout, Mel bourne, wire U3 us followa :— Fat Cnttlo.—8320 .yarded, comprising 1100 from N.S.W., 800 from North Ensi, 500 from Gippilnnd, 200 from North, 400 from West, and 200 from South Gippslfiml. Prices generally ruled ubotit on i'. par with last war];. Prime pons of bullock1:, i'll to I'12 ; extr.i, to .fill ; good, X'O/'IO; to J; 10/10/ ; good, light tind handy, i'3 to £Q ; seconds nmi inferior, from i'O. rriuie piMH of cows, j£7/10/ to £0/1 2/0 ; odd boasits, higher ; good, X'O to X'7 ; others, from £-1. Fut Calves. — 000 ponned. Prices ruled firm. Fat Sheep. — 82.000 yarcW. Tho ileirmml wfiH very koen, an i prioos gradu. ally ijivrdeiuid lo further improvement. Fut Ij'unb^—Tho w-\n brisk, and Iftto Biitisfactory ratoa wcro fully ifljiiutaiiicd.

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. SATURDAY, 10TH JANUARY. [Before Messrs A. A. Kelley, P.M., A. Harris and J. Humphrey, Js.P.] ASSAULT AND LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 15 January 1914

COUKT OP PETTV SESSIONS. Saturday, 10th January. [Bofore Messrs A. A. Kelley, P.M., A. Harris ami J. Huraphroy, Js.P. i A33AULT a:;d lakguagk. A. H. Meurant v. A. A. Hughes.—Mr Hood appeared for complainant, and asltud tor an a ljournmont to 17t.li inat. There wore summonses and cross sum- i monses botweoil the parties. Tho cases had been adjourned from tho December court, and should have been sot down for the 17th instead of tho lCkh, Hujjlu-s' counsel (Mr Dalget.y) had not yot re turned from his holidays, and also wished the adjournment.—Adjourned to 17th January. Hughes v. Meuraut.—Adjourned to 17th January. vaccination cahb. W. Moore v. J. Anderson.—Defendant was charged with npglectini; to have his child vaccinated. Mr Hood appoared for defendant, and pleaded guilty. A letter was also put in (certified to by Constable Ilibberd), in which defendant admitted the charge.—A fine of 20/ was imposed. T'.IUANCY. W. Mooro v. J. 15. Whitehead.—De fendant was charged with m-glccting to R...

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