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THE RAINFALL. The following local gauge readings for the current year are supplied by Mr Playle:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 April 1914

Thrt following local ^auu'o readings for tlio current voar arc supplied by Mr Playlc :— Jiiiuiury .. .. Hiliin. February .. .. .. 0 02in. March .. .. .. 2'08in. APRIL. '2nd .. .. .. O-Ooin. 3rd 007in. Oil) .. .. .. O'Olin. 7th .. .. 0 02in. 10th .. O-lSiu. 17th .. ' .. 0'21iu. l'.lth .. .. ... 0'35in. 21st 0-8:Sin. 22ud .. .. .. 0'2Gin. Total .. .. .. 2-Oliu. [Total for year to date .. G-Glin.] Two graziers of the TMluii^atta district were Injure the la Court recently, charged with failing to j;ive tin: district inspector (Mr W. T. L'orter, Wan^arat I a), three days' clear notice of their intention to commence shearing. Inspector l'orter prosecuted, and as these were the lirst cases under the Shearers' Hut Accom modation Act he usked that liylit penalties bo imposed. Kaeli defendant pleaded guilty, and was iiued 10/0, with 10/ costs.

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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LOCKIKG THE RIVERS. WHAT THE CUMBEROONA SCHEME MEANS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 April 1914

XOCKIKG THE St!VEKS. "WHAT THE CUMBEROONA SCHEME MEANS. Tbo three south-eastern States—to gether with tlio Commonwealth—li:we agreed at lust to build the Oiimbui'oouu dam, and lock the rivers. The scheme for looks — excluding the Cmnberoona storage and Lake Victoria storage—is :— Nine weirs and locks lower Murray ... .£685,000 Seventeen weirs and locks, - middle Murray ... X'1,700,000 Nine weirs and locks Mur rumbidgoe, or equivalent on Darling ... ... £540,000 Total ... ... £3,105,000 This would givo Australia wateiway comparable to that of the Mississippi and Missouri, serving the probablo irrigation areas of the future. For this benefit, and half the water of Cumbcroona as well, j New South Wales would bo paying £4,221,000, and the Commonwealth •±'1,000,000. Even Australians them selves seldom realise that the Murray River system is one of the loudest navi gable river systems in the world. It is navigable ut times for 3212 miles. Tho Murray to Albury, 13(30 miles; Murrain bidgee ...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 April 1914

SPORTING- NOTES. • Pony Races , Postponed to to-inorrow. Stewards decided thc^courso was too wet for racing with safety. , Meeting of the Corryong Golf Club at Jager's Hotel to-morrow evening, at eight p.m. . Ctigou won the A.J.C. • T'late on Satur day in Sydney, heating litulnor and I.ily veil. Aurofodina ran second. Meeting of the Upper Murray Football Association delegates at Knight's Hotel, Corryong, on Saturday evening nest. Belfast won the Wangaratta Cup on Saturday, with Polly Brown second and Anonn. third. Mallet won the Hurdle Race. At a meeting of the A.J.C. committee, it was resolved that after the 1st pros, no entry will be accepted of a horse with only one eye or blind of one eye. Bcragoon, winner of the A.J.C. and V.R.C. Derbies, i9.to be retired to tho stnd. The son of Multiform and Wigel uiar is a handsome horse, and won 12,133 sovs. in stakes. The sis-year-old gelding, Bunisla, by Bundook—Lochisla, has been sold by Mr Lowden, to Mr J. Wigg, of Bowna. Bun isla finish...

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HARRINGTON'S TRACK. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 April 1914

IIAKJillX'UTO.VS '!'ISA€!£. About two years ago tho Corryong Progress Association made n raovo in the matter of getting "Harrington's Track" to Groggin pnt in order, pointing oat that it was the shortest and easiest pedestrian [ route to Kosciusko from CorryoDg. The" association approachod the Bhire council and obtained a vote of .£10, which was expended in clearing and blazing the track. The council, at the instance of :Gr Cronin, recently instructed the engi : :neer to inspect and report on the track. Mr Sambell submitted bis report at last .meeting, as follow In accordance with instructions, I have ■made a preliminary inspection of this ■proposed road, arid have sufficient data to enable me to report on approximate cost, &e., of same. The new road would branch off the; ThongJn lio.id, near Kangaroo Creek, and wind around range on cast side tOf Biggera,Gap, to a gap lower than one •• now traversed, then bear to the right along same range on-a grade of 1 in 18 and drop ,on ...

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SUPPLY OF WIRE NETTING. £258,000 WORTH DISTRIBUTED. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 April 1914

SUPPLY OF WJIC!-: N5"a"H' £•258,000 WORTH DISTUIliUTEL). Ill connection with tin* distribution of wire-netting on easy terms to settlers through the medium of the municipalities and the wire-netting branch of the Lands Department, the Minister for I'uhlic Works (Mr Ilaglethorn) states that, al though there has not been much busmen.* during the harvesting season, applications are now coming in freely. Owing to favorable purchases of netting, the price of supply was reduced some time ago to £"JU/lf)/ per mile, although the higher rate of £2f>/2/(> was still being quoted for the netting made at Pent ridge. A complaint was recently made that there were too many formalities to be complied with in making the application, but in reply to this the department states that the forms in use are on ihe usual lines in cases of this kind, and that the shire oilicers should be in a position to advise the ratepayers as to the procedure to be adopted to obtain the netting from the Government in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 April 1914

Public Notice. Sale! Sale ! Sale ! IT AS DECIDED to clear the balance of ' airtlie sfock of LUclies' Corsets on liand 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 ! PJX 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 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 Hose. 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 Ribbed Cotton Hose, 3 pairs ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 April 1914

<U ^ > mig jtj or.fi i CORRYONG-. R. E. KNIGHT Ihiu^iTc ICs'liiictm ovur tiiti ab;ivc \vel! known hotel, and hopes by strict"attention to the requirements of patrons and keeping only the besl brands of liquors to merit a continuance- of the support accorded bis predecessor First-class Billiard l'able, marker in attendance. Every attention.paid to requirements oi Tourists and Travellers. • GOOD. GRACING PADDOCKS & STABLING. Stopping place for CRAWFORD & CO.'S COACHES, wliict leave this hotel daily (Sundays excepted) for Tallan^atta. MISS E. E. HILL, PROPRIETRESS. THE ABOVE well known house ot accommodation has boon renovated through* out, rind patrons may rely upon their requirement!; receiving every attention, Reasonable tariff. Two tables. Piano. Bath. Good Stabling.' Well Equipped Billiard Room. ■ Efficient Marker.' S3? HAIRDRESSER'S oALOON on the pretnisos. PURE, WELL-MATURED. H/a T\ —" " 3. ■LONGfSTi&F' &'SOSS, YACIvANDANDAH, .710. ....

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THE Corryong Courier. THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1914. For the cause that lacks assistance, For the wrongs that need resistance, For the future in the distance, And the good that we can do. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 April 1914

TUB Quu'imumj (£mnih{i\ THURSDAY, APRIL 23, DLL For the cause that lacks ftssUtanc.-, For tho wrongs that need rc.si.-.kiiicu, For the future in tho di.sLi. » :o, And the good that we can do. Novel Ball,.—The openiug of the new Corryoug Hall wag celebratwl with a Novel liall last night. Report; next issue. Victorian-Oat IIaiivest.—Thequan- { tity of oats harvested this season was 8,890,321 busies, against 8,323,G39 bushsls last The yield per acre was ilO.iJ as against 13.95 last -year. The asva uncier o.Us »yn H'j.OuO | acres ; in 1912 18 tha area was 43:), 212 acres. This season 720,678 acres of oats were out tor hay. Motoi: Oak.—Mr Wilfred White head sustained a serious los3 on Mon day evening, when his motor ear caught lire botween the Butter Fac tory and the town, and was completely destroyed. The cause of tht mishap was the backfiring of the engine, and as the petrol tank \va3 full there was no chance of saving the cur. We understand that the car was iusured for i'100, but as t...

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CHURCH SERVICES. DIVINE Services will be held on Sunday next as follow:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 April 1914

caaimtcsa "P^IVINE Services will bo held on Bundiiy next ng follow :— I'ltKSHYTKKlAN (JltURCII. Ournio Creole, 11 a.m. ; .Tingellic, 3 p.m. ; Wulwn, 7.ii0 p.m.—Rev. J. C. Coulter. Ciiuitcu of England, Berringama, 11 a.m. ; CtiJgowa, 3 p.m. ; Corrvong, 7 p.m.—Gov. F. H. PouUe, Th.L. Muthouist Ciiuucn. Towong, 11 a.m. ; Thouijk, 3 p.m. ; CuJgcwn, 7.30 p.m.—Mr W. EI. Collom.

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MULTUM IN NUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 April 1914

iuwi/ru.ts IN Corryong cattle sales on Saturday. Clearing sale at Nariel -.to-morrow. See advt. Cudgcwa Dairy Co. directors meet next Thursday. Two roroplanes collided in France, with awful results. Progress Association executive mcetiug on Monday evening. Mr H. Vandcuberg, dentist, announces his dates elsewhere. Church of England Flower Show at Cudgewa next Wednesday. The annual State School picnic will b; held at Ccrryong to-morrow. Mr C. B. Kobin, Tallangatta, will visit Corryong on Saturday. See advt. for dates. The fund for the new hospital at Alhury now totals £4-133. The sum of £6000 is needed. ■; Mr Parker Moloney has been elected a vice-president of the Central iisecutiveof; the Political LaborCouncil'.: , 1 ' The United Stales authorities informed General Huerta that Mexico must salute the American llag before Bis o'clock on Sunday night. A social will be held in the Athenaeum Hall, Corryong, on Friday, 1st pros., proceeds iu aid of State School Sloyd Koora Fund. See advt....

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YOUNGHUSBAND, ROW AND Co. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 April 1914

YOONGIIUSBAND, ROW AND 00. Report having hold their usual fortnightly sale of fut and storo stock at the Albury municipal yards on 14th inst., whon thoy offered 40 Tut cattle and 3000 fat and store sheop. The attendance of the trade was a good one. Quotation'::—Bullocks, to j£ll/i8/; cows, tn -£6/7/ ; voalers, to £3/15/. Oroiisbrad wethers, to 29/6; crossbred ewes, to 22/; merino wethers, to 22/101; rnorino ewes, to 15/ ; lambs, to 18/4.

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THE MARKETS. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 April 1914

TI1E MARKETS. MELBOURNE MARKETS. Owing to .biographic communication between horn and Tallangatta boing interrupted yesterday afternoon our usual wiro regarding tho Melbourno stock market did not comcj to hand. I

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 April 1914

I'oorKALL The annual meeting of the Federal Foot ball Club was held on Saturday evening at Knight'? Hotel, Corryong, Mr 10. Garing occupied the chair, and there wax a good attendance of members. The honorary secretarj' (Air Kastlake) read the balance sheet for the past season, showing a credit balance of £17/5/7, and it was received and adopted. A letter was received from the School committee thanking the club /or its donation of £1/1/ to the sloyd room. Office-bearers for the ensuing year were appointed as follow :—Patrons, Messrs R. K. Knight, F. Jager and W. Mitchell ; president, Mr W. If. Whitehead ; vice president*, Messrs J. Anderson, J. l'aton, jun., Col. Hill and Clem. Hill ; captain, Mr Clem. Hill ; vice-captain, Mr F. M'Kenzic ; match committee, Messrs Clem. Hili, F. M'Kenssie, A. Mildren, l\ "White head and J. Murrell ; delegates, Mcssr.-i K. K, Knight, 11. Smith and T. K Scam mell (emergencies, Messrs Clem, and Col. Hill) ; secretary and treasurer, Mr A. Kastlake. A vote...

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ALBURY MARKET. DALGETY AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 April 1914

ALBURY MARKET. DALGKTY AND CO. Ropoct holiling thoir usual fortnightly market at tho Aihury municipal yards oil 14th inst., whou they yarded 0200 fat ami storo sliRcp and 53 cattle. Tlioro was n larj;e attendance of buyers. Thoy qnoto : —Bullock", to £11/8/ ; stoora, to .£8/15/ ; cowa, to .£9/16/ ; old cows, to £6 ; hoifors, to £8/3/. Crossbred. wethers, to 29/6; crossbred owes, to 22/9 ; merino wothors, • to 21/; merino ewu3, 'to 16/6 ; lambs, to 17/6..

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ALBURY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 April 1914

ALBURY PRODUCE MARKET. The Albuty Wool and Produce Brokors (Messrs Dalgety and Co. Ltd., Young husband, Row and Oo. Pty. Ltd., Col qnhonn'a Co-operative Soiling and Asency Oo. Ltd., and MJuthiosou aud Davis) re port holding their usual monthly salo of wool,Fheop skins, hides, tallow, furs, oto., at tho Albury Town Hull on 17th inst. Tho usual attondanoe of buyers was prosont, and oompetition was keon for all offerings. Theyquoto :—Wool.—Clucked, to 8d ; lambs, to 9d ; llecco, to 9td. Shocpskiiis.—Fine crossbred, to 7 0 8d ; coarse, to 7j-d ; merino, to 7Jd. Hides. —Best butchers', to 8id ; dry, to 9Jd. Tallow.—Best butchers', in pipes, to .£25/5/; casks, to i'2-1. Furred Skins.— Best fresh caught rabbit .tkins, to lOil ; mixed, to 8Jd ; stale, to 8'1. Boat fox skins, to GO/ ; medium, to i)0/.

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BURROWYE FLOWER SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 April 1914

BJIKKOWyi: FLOWER SHOW. A very successful flower Show (writes a correspondent) was held at Burrowye in Collins' Woolshed, on Friday last, io connection with the Church of England. This show was the first of its kind held in Burrowye, and the people ot the dis trict responded well. Numbers came from over the river, bringing exhibits with them, so that every section was well filled, making a show quite up to anything seen in a much larger town, the fruit and flowers being exceptionally good. There were three stalls, viz., Fancy, Sweet and Refreshment, all of which were well patronized. Various outdoor events were run off, such as best boy and girl rider, best saddle hack, several foot races, stepping the chain and throwing at the wicket, and in the evening ladies' nail driving and gents.' hat trimming competitions were got off, interspersed with songs and recitations. The gate realised £5, the fancy stall £14, the sweet stall £9, refreshments £10, and entries, etc , £17, malting ti gr...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. SATURDAY, 18TH APRIL. [Before Messrs Cronin, Humphroy and Harris, Js.P.] DEBT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 April 1914

couirr op j»ettv sessions. I Saturday, IStii April. [Before Messrs Croniii, Humphrey ami Harris, Js.P.] DEBT CASES. P. \V. Murray v. F. Peiinl.—Claim for JL"2G/'l/, (or floods sold and delivered. Mr Hood appeared for complaiimnt, and on his application tho oaso was adjourned to May 2nd. P. J. Smith v. L. B. M'Farland.— Claim for .£21/10/, tor money lont and interest. Mr Hood appoarcd for com plaiimnt. Defendant did not appear.— An order was mado for amount claimed, with .62/7/ costs. H. Lobner v. J. Oonghlan.—Claim for £37/3/, on a dishonored pro. noto. Mr Hood appeared for complainant, and on his application tho case was adjourned to Juno 20th. P. \V. Murray v. J. Ooughlan.—Claim for £6/0/3, for goods sold and doliverod. Mr Hood appeared fur complainant, and on his application the case was adjourned to May 2nd. L. Vogel and C. Vo™el (executors of C. Vogcl, deceased) v. S. A. Whitehead.—■ Claim for £7/15/, for work and labor done. Mr Hood appeared for complainant. Defendant did not ...

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BERRINGAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 April 1914

ItSKKStlNttAiUA. KKOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDFNT. The Berritigama Hull ball passed off on Friday night. An enjoyable dance was held, but owing to the many other at tractions during the week only fourteen couples attended. Mr Ouley, assisted liy the ladies, supplied the supper. Mr H. Laverty made an efficient M.C., aud Miss Otty, assisted by Mr J. Otty, officiated at the piano. Good soakiug rains fell throughout the weel:, and plenty of grass is assured for the winter.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 April 1914

WEOBINGS. - HELY—THOBB0RNB. The wedding of Germanton rosidoats took place in Wagga on Wednesday, April 8th, at St. John's Church, whan the Rav. Canon Pike married John Holy, eldeBt son of Sergeant and Mrs Hely, of ■\Vaggn, to Gertrude Hopo, seoand daughter of Mr and Mrs James Thor burne,.of "Heatherlen," Tintaldra. Miss Ismny Thorburno, sister of tho bride, acted as bridesmaid, while Mr Norman Holy, tho groom's brother, was bast man. After the ceremony, those present re paired to the Wagga Hotel, where tho wedding breakfast was laid. The usual toasts proper to the occasion were pro posed and honored, and every kind of good wish was showered upon Mr and Mrs Holy. 'After the breakfast, they left for Sydney, where the honeymoon is to bo spent. The bride's wedding dress was of white charmeuse satin, trimmed with shadow laoe and poarls. She also wore a court train of shadow lace and the" cus tomary wreath and veil and carried a bouquet of white roses. The brides maid's costume was of whi...

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THE INCOME TAX. THE CURRENT RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 April 1914

this s.\'coi>:2-: tax. THE CURRENT RATES. Personal Kroui Exertion. Propurf.y. Every £1 tip to £500 'M ... \'A £500 to £1,000 •Ul ... Si I £1,000 to £1,51)0 5d ... ](i«l Over £l,5(iu fj.l ... l'„M An oxomptinn of C*J00 is n IIowimI. No person iii'-ntur from personal exertion ami property oid not lxiucu £_V0 5-liall Ih* liaiilr to 1;t. 'J'lie ratf> for tM)mp:ime.« aro St! for Ijfo a.^uranre companies an.I 7<! fo: other*.

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