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MELTUM IN NUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 16 April 1914
nnn/a'jmj s v .'viuju. Walwa market to-day. Dance :i( lierrin^ama to-morrow ni^ht. Clearing sale of household furnituie ami effects at. N;irit*l «»iv '2 tt-ii iust. Set! advt. Grand Novel IJall in tin; now Athenaeum Hall. Corryon^, on Wednesday evening HL'Xt. .Mr J. A. ThwaiUrs, dental surgeon, fitt nounees elsewhere lhai, he has eouimeneud piiicititrc in C'orryong. Annual meeting of Federal Football Club members at Knight's Hole! on Satur day next, at S.IJO p.m. Applications are invited by the Upper Murray Football Association lor the posi tion of central umpires, to be in by i25ll» inst. See advt. The annual Slate School pienie will be held at („\ rryon^ on Friday, iMth in*t. A meeting of Ui e parents wiII be liultl next Moinliiy aftunioun iit tliu suliuul, lit fuur u'cloclc.
TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 16 April 1914
TO WONG St:il£K COIXOIL. The ordinary monthly meeting of abovo body was hold on Monday, Otli inst., at, the Council Chambers, TaUangatta. The following member* were present, vix., Crs Irvino (president), M'Urath, Paton, Cronin, Lobban, Brindley, Nankervis, Tobiu, Sutherland nud Dobinson. Minutes of previous meeting were road and confirmed. COr.r.ESPONDESCE. Chief Inspector of Fisheries and Game wrote :—"I have to acknowledge receipt of your letter of 18th March regarding yearling trout for the waters of the dis trict. It is quite true that brown * trout stand the journey hotter than rainbows, but the latter have been proved to be the most suitable for the mountain streams in the oxtrerae North-east of the Stn'jo. It.is thus worth while to take a little more care and to oven have a littlo greater loss for the sake of obtaining the best species. "Will you kindly letme know wliethar there has been much loss in transporting tho yearlings from the railway station to the vanoua streams."—...
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 — 16 April 1914
THE MARKETS. m i-: l uou Li nt ii 'r.v:: .'.ts. [I!v Wim:.] Wediiosiluy, G p.m. - Messrs Muthieson find Duvis, of St.'1 Jiunes' UtiiMings, Williams-stieot, Jlel- I bonvne, wire us ns follows :— O.ving to the Eastor holiday* tho mar ket was liold a Jay lator thin week. Fut Sheep. — 15,000 yarded. Bidd ings wero brisk throughout for nil prime sorts, nt an advance of from 1/ to 2/ par head on last woek's rates, occasional pens of extra quality showing a mora marked advance, and nmumra quality ruled about 61 per held in udvaneo, while iufeiior sorts were dull at late-, rales. Pat Lambs. — 0,800 penned. Tho market opened rather unsteady, but gradually tinned for all prime sorts from Od tn 11 advance on lato rates. Closing sales were very biisk.
VICTORIA COTTAGE. [SUPPLIED.] [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 16 April 1914
Vi;;ys>;s3,v |> L-ITLIHU.] The u-■ 1111 monthly meeting of Victoria Cotiag" itospital committee v.'!U held at tilt: hospital on loth inst., l!ov. F. tT». Peake presiding. Tho minutes of pre vious meeting wero read ami confirmed, ami correspondence received. An apology wns received from Miss Waters for non attendance. Nurso iliaogue reported since last meeting that admissions to hospital wero nino, discharges six, anil patients remaining in hospital three. Accounts to the amount ot i'10/7/10 wero passed for payment. The secretary re ported that donations and hospital, fees to the amount ot'1'21 ha 1 been paid dur ing tile month, and same had been placed m the B..nk. For iho last six months iii> patients had been admitted to the hos pital, and at present there wero three re maining. As winter was now approach ing Mr A. Harris spoke of tho advisability of having a working beo for a supply of firewood, and suggested that an adver tisement be inserted in the •'Courier," .solicit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 16 April 1914
Public Notices. Corryong Pony Racing Club. Autumn Meeting —In Corryong Park on— WEDNESDAY, 22nd APtflL, 19X4. OFFICIALS : PRESIDENT.—Mil J. l'JEHCE. Vicc-prcsidents.—Messrs P. Jager and A. Lukin?. Committee.—Muurft A. Acock*, C. AV,.Wheeler, L.. Masters, J. Robertson, h\ Seummdl, T. LukiuJ, If. Waters, L. Sheather, A. IfcirtJetfc, J. ' Entwlslc, II. Knight 0. Waters . Treasurer.—Mr J. Campbell. , Judge.-—Mr L. Sheathcr.. Starter.-Mr W. Phlllip3. " , . Handlcapper.—Mr J. P. Blair. . Clerk of Coureo.--Mr H. Smith. . , Weighing Clerk.—Mr T, Ltikins. Measurers.—Molars Acocks awl Shwithcr. Stewards.— Messrs Campbell, Hood, A. Luklns, 1?. Scammell and 0. Waters. PROGRAMME: " . HANDICAP HOBBLE RACE, of £10. First, £8; second, £2. For ponies 14.2 a.li. Oyer five Bights of hurdles not more than 8ft. hi»h. Distunes, one mile unci quarter. Nom., 7/; aceep.. 8/. To start at 1 p.m. sharp. MINIATURE HANDICAP, of . £5. First, £4 ; 2nd, £1. l'or ponies 13.2 a.u. Distance, 8.V. furlongs. Nom., 6/. T...
HOW THE HEART BEATS AT NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 16 April 1914
HOW THE HEART BEATS AT NIGHT. The main use of the coverings at night is (o give the body the warmth that Is lost by reduced circulation ol the biooii. When the body lies down it Is the intention of Nature that it should rest, and that the heart es pecially should be relieved tempor arily of its regular work. So that organ makes ten strokes a minute less than v.-hon the body is in nn upright Dosture. This means COO strokes it e:ity minutes. Therefore, in tHe eigh! hours that a man usually spends iz taking his night's rest, the heart is saved nearly 5000 strokes. As i' pumps Gor.. of blood with each stro'w It lifts oO.OOOoz. less of blood in the night's session than it would durinc the day, when a man is usually in ar upright positinp. Now, the body is do pendent for its warmth on the vi-'o; of the circulation, a:ul as the blonc flows so much more slowly througi the veins when one is lying down, the warmth lost in the reduced cireulaHor must be supplied by extra coverings Guest (in ch...
DONATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 16 April 1914
DONATIONS. I Tim committee desire to a^knou'lodgo donations as lullmv : — Ve^;tab:es, Messrs \V. Hrnnift* and W. Taylor ; milk, Miss M'Vtiiiii and Mrs LMavle ; preserves, Mm 1 j.isliatv'.* and Mis C. Tiiyliji* ; j-ims, Mrs T. B. Waters, sen. and Miss M'tiuios; Dcmltry, Mrs M'D^non^h ; sauce, Mrs Madiiison ; Jjsh, Mrs iMndluy ; fruit, Mrs 1 111: ; cu-ddtm, Miss Tnnvusim ; uanv. a. for chair, Mr T. G. -Davis,
FAIR EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 April 1914
FAIR EXPORTS. A story is going the rounds of the French newspapers concerning Prince Nicholas of Montenegro, which, to think, we havo rend before. A jour nalist received in audience by the Priuce, went into ecstatsies over the beauty of the country and the Bibli cal simplicity of the people. But he was disappointed that the country was so poor that there was nothing for exportation. "You will find, in deed, sir." said the Prince, "that we havo some charming experts." "What can they be, your Highness?" asked ilie journalist, puzzled. ".My daugh ters," replied the Prince, laughing. Princess Helene. one of the daughters of Prince Nicholas, is Queen of Italy. Her sister. Princess Militza. married the Grand Duke Peter of Russia. An other sister, the Princess "orlca, tvotild, but for her untimely death, bo to-day the Queen of Servia. The Princess Stana became Duchess of I.eichteuberg. and :':e Princess Anna Duchess of Battenlvrcr. The Paris contemporary from which v.v fake the foregoing a...
THE WONDERFUL 1000-DAY CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 April 1914
THE WONDERFUL 1000-DAY CLOCK. The new electric clock which was. ■ submitted recently to the King by Mr. Sigisinund Kutnow is, iike most suc cessful inventions, very simple. • Though it never needs winding, runs without attention for over a thou sand days, will ho upside down, and is undisturbed by vi'ur.ition, there are barely half a dozen wheels in its me chanism. A single dry-cell battery, purchase able anywhere for a few pence, is fix ed underneath or .it the back of the. clock. Prom (his one of the wires is connected to the plate of iron which runs horizontally ai the base of the clock. Above this metal plate hangs a, large wheel, constructed like the bal ance wheel of a watch, which just clears the plate as it rotates. At the. back is a spring similar to the hair or oscillating spring of a watch. • This wheel has a small magnet run ning through its centre, which is mag netised on the connection of the elec-. trie current, and pulls its end on the. surface of the wheel round tow...
WINE THAT SPOILS WITH AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 April 1914
WINE THAT SPOILS WITH AISE. That vintages often deteriorate with, igo Is the not result of a wine test ui;>per where t:m men brought to the. investigation bottles encrusted deep with cobwebs and covered with the Just of time. Connoisseurs are so concerned over the report of this committee on liba tion that there is to be an overhauling of Ions sacred bins, and many a ven erable ilagon will have to meet the fm u! arbitrament of the corkscrew. If the wine be good thoy who own it wi!J c;ijoy its aroma while they may; if not, it goes to outer darkness or to vinegar. Other tests are in prospect, and after this the juice of the grape of whatever year must find raverenco not for pedigree, but for bouquet nlonc. The hopes of some of the company were cruelly blasted, for, of the fif teen specimens only four received tho unqualified approval of an exacting Jury. The unimpeachable group in cluded brandies and .Madeiras, which, with the sherries and the white wines, proved to be satisfactory...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 April 1914
Public Notice. THE iorryoagi Ml m No Resident of the District CAN AFFORD io do without his District News paper. It is. tlio only means by which tho pooplo of the district can keep in touch with the. affairs in which thoy aro personally interest^. The City dailies and weeklies aro all very well for thosj who wish to kwp postt-d upon affairs oi State and of tho world. But does not a comparatively t* itlin^ event in our own Jieighbourhpod loom much larger in our eyes than tho downfall o! a nation qii thoothor side of the world? The local newspaper that jjfives all tlie news of its own town an:l District— all tho doings «.f its people and the bap pollings—is therefore the Newspaper that holds lirst place in tho repaid of all who take a healthy interest in their surroundings. In addition to the personal claim tho district Newspaper possesses it gives very real advantages from business standpoint. "Whether in business in the town or 011 the; .laud it in of trie utmost importanco to have a...
THE STATE FORESTS. PROTECTION AGAINST FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 April 1914
TJ1K STATU F03IESTS. PROTECTION* AGAINST FIRE. The most important of the questions which were discussed by the chief forest officers at a conference held at the Forests School. Creswick, last week, was the protection of the State forests against lire. The conference was con vened by MY H. R. Mackay, the Con servator of Fore-ts, in order that the officers miyht discus the question of more careful and intensive working throughout the State—particularly in connection with the various forms of tinnier cutting, splitting, saw milling, pole and pile cutting, sleeper hewing, granting of eucalyptus oil permits, and the cutting of leaves and branches of such trees as peppermints- and blue inalieo gum for the eucalyptus oil stills. The officers submitted papers on the recognised forms of forest working, and many points of difficulty were eluci dated. Officers recounted practical ex periences in dealing wiili defective and stunted tree growths, insect pests and; fungus growths. It w.-ts agreed...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 April 1914
■V Public Noticc. J, J. STOCK THE •FOLLOWING :—• Row's Embrocation E.lliman's Embrocation Solomon Solution Ayer's Hair Vigor Plasmion Irish Moss Greathead's Mixture Hypol Frew's Domino Liniment Liquid Peptonoids Kay's Essence Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Chloride of Lime Condy's Fluid Condy's Crystals Sheldon's New Discovery Fluid Magnesia Citrate Magnesia Stearne's Headache Wafers Dr. Kelmo's Eye Lotion Cascara Sagyada Poro.us Plaster Morton's. S.edleitz, Ponders. Malfcine Scrubb's Ammonia Sheldon's Liniment, Ena's Fruit Salts Payne's Expectorant, Eucalyptus White Pine Cough Syrup. Jayne's Liniment Seigel's Syrup Hearne's Bronchitis Cure Sparklet Bulbs. Bay Rum Lavender Hair Wash ■ Beetham's Glycerine and Cn-. cumber, Glycerine - Vaseline Bottles Petroleum Jelly Cod Liver Oil, Carbolic Oil Barry's Tricopherous; Angier's Emulsion Scott's Emulsion Clement's Tonic Menthol Cones Marking Ink Cascara Pills Williams' Liver Pills? Cockle's Pilla. Weston's Magic Pills Doan's Dinner Pills Doan's Bac...
CHURCH NEWS. PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 April 1914
cmuu;u news. l'KESBYTEKIAN. The annual congregational meeting of the Preabyleriau Church wan held at Tintaldra on Friday last. The Rev. J, C. Coulter occupied the chair, aud there was a fair attendance. The hunorary secretary Mr A. T. Hartlett) read the balance sheet or the past year. Owing to there being no settled minister the charge had gone back financially, the debit balance on the stipend account being £If>-\ n* against £11*2 at the beginning of the year. The balance sheet, was adopted, on the motion of Mr 1'. M'Meekin, seconded by Mr K. Thomas. In reply to a ([uestinn the secretary stated that no payment had been made oft the Loan Fund during tlie year, ami the debit balance was jCMii, which did not bear interest. The committee of man agement tor the ensuing year was elected as follows -Corryong, Messrs A. and \V. Hamilton, K. Thomas, A. aud II. Harris, A. Hartlett, T. CreenhiU and D. Dalgety Cudgewa, Messrs J. ttriggs, J. Sloan and 1>. Koss ; Towoug, Mr E. K. Whitehead...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 April 1914
I'tsEiJic Notices. H. VANDENBcRQ, DENT A L S PE 01A LI ST, Of FSKKCIKWOECTES (Hon. Dentist to Pcech worth Hospital). Gold, Porcelain and A.M. Filling. J/ridgo and Crown Work and all other Kinds of Dentures. ; Teeth extracted without slightest pain. NEXT VISIT. TALLANQATTA. — Tuesday, May nth, from 4 p.m., until 10 p.m. Wednes day. By Coach to Ronton^, Tierrlngamfi, Wahha, Cud^cwa, Corryong on Thursday, May 7th. OOHHYONG.—Thursday, May 7th, from \\ p.m. until Saturday, 10 p.m. Towong.—Sunday, May lOih, from 10 a.m. till 2 p.m. Tintaldru.—Sunday, May lOLh, from 3 | p.m. till 0 p.m. [ To Tallan^atta by coach on Monday, 11th May. £1000 In Prizes £1000 iMKLliOl'KNE KK1MT 1IOUKS AUT UNION. A«:knowlrdo«l to hf onu of t)j'» mn:;t jr.-iitiiiu* of nil Sath Yi-ar. the Art Unions «'vcr h--M. Mth Y«-ar. AS l'OI'lIIiAU-A^ KVKIl. Till* GltKAT KYKNT OK TUK YI'AIl. . ftHth Atjnhvr&lt;krv Itimrn Ikiv GRAND 1-KJ'R lUZAAU.aud AUT UN'ION • In nitl of the Uliaritu.s. Town and (Country. Exhibition...