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THE YEARS' RECORDS. Following are the records of the rainfall for 1905, 1908, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912 and 1913:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 April 1914

THE YEAHS' flECOKDS. ; Following are the rcoords of the rain full for 1905, 1908, 1907,' 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 191-2 and 1913 ' .80-85 05 05 iG-if! si-85 85-08 eo-a5-8S-<j5 05-88 Oi-os " ' t-S-5 fm' x8-S cce. e-i-0 li-0 fl-t 60-s 5f-x •aoq: Gi-0 Oof' 06-1 i8's; x<j-n oa-X Oi-o sl-f XS-0 'aon is- 8 h'-T ol-i ii'-S 95-5 g8-X L'o-l 98-8 6m> •'°0 G3o fiok c'ji vl-c 991 • g2-8 85-X n-v ns-s '«jos •jo-o if!-r. v;ivn bf'-E ut--0 oc-X SX-o 86-5 5c-X •Buy So-1 st-i! T-2-s? 00-S li-x 8A-5 cf-8 ofi-S allf ye n f'ii-5 on-r, ii-e 8g-8 5g-x ec-f sa-s punp fii j' (>E-0 r-g.;s s:o t, ik-s s:s;-5 og-o es-8 5a-s t 'JO c-f-x fitml sn-o ek-8 8m 01-5 a8-x 09-x i!-wv u-j> ho I . ce-r. ifi-r i 8-0 x9-X rfi-9 "ag-0 <_'<> i ti'm ill r no-i Si-X t-g-t' 90-5 8a-0 8f-x ■w. i'g o ho io r, !.-() (, fell <_l-o 08-x 'uk x8-5 'uv£ sun sigi uoi oxgx ooux sogx ioot aost soei

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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THE RAINFALL. The following local gauge readings for the current year are supplied by Mr Playle:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 April 1914

THE KA IN FALL. The following local gauge readings for the current year are supplied by Mr Playlo :— January .. .. .. 1'63'm. February .. .. .. 0:02in.' March .. - .. .. 2 'J8in. APRIL. 2nd ■ .. ' •• 0*05in. 3rd .. 0-07in.,, Glh OO'lin! • 7th' v.".'" ~ 0'02in. JO1I1 .. . :. .• 018in. ■■ lj 17ih .. .!.. 0 21in. . inth ; 0-35in. I 21st .. 0-S3in. !, 22nd .. .. .. 0'26in. Total .. ' ' 2-01in. ^Total for year to date .. G(Min.];.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 April 1914

Public iVoticc. us & Co, STOCK THE FOLLOWING Row's Embrocatio.q Elliman's Embrocation Solomon Solution Ayer's Hair Vigor Plasmion Irish Mos? . Greatliead's Mixture. Hypol Frew's Domino, Liniment ■ Liquid'Pep;fconoids * — -/' Kay's Essence.. - Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Chloride of Lime. Couily's Fluid ■ Condy's Crystals Sheldon's New Discovery. Fluid Magnesia Citrate Magnesia Stearne's Headache Wafers Dr. Kelmo's Eye Lotion Cascara, Sagradii. Porous Plaster. Morton's Sedleitz Powders Maltiue. Scrubb's Ammonia Sheldon's Liuiment Eno's Fruit Salts Jayne's Expectorant • Eucalyptus . White Pine Cough Syrup. Jayne's Liniment Seigel's Syrup Hearne's Bronchitis Curia. Sparklet Bulbs • .Bay Rum Lavender Hair Wash Beetham's Glycerine and Cu /i cumber Glycerine Vaseline Bottles v:•:* . Petroleum Jolly Cod Liyer Oil Carbolic Oil Barry's Tricopherous Angier.'s Emulsion Scott's Enaulsion Clement's Tonic Menthol Cones Marking Ink ' Cascara Pills : ■ "" Williams' Liver. Pills Cockle's Pills? - W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 April 1914

I>nl>lic IVotic*;. HAVE pleasure in announcing the 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-— j,« GROCERIES f , (only best brands kept) \ CROCKERY IRONMONGERY GLASSWARE : TIMBER BOORS SASHES ' ■ -CEMENT LIME WINES AND SPIRITS ; (the choicest) 4 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 NEW; SEASON'S GOODS- . ' ■ Great Stocks of Drapery, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Timber, Ironmongery, Lime, Cement, Fencing "Wire, all at bedrock prices, Stock Rugs. Stock Rugs. Horse and Cattle Eugs. Buy the best, Burges, for' . jfc cheapness and quality. '' . "We have to thank our numerous patrons for their \ generous patronage for the past year, and heartily wish all a Prosperous New y...

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THE Corryong Courier. THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 April 1914

THK (£iu*iri]ttH0 QTuuvtcu. THURSDAY, APHIL SO, I'.ilJ. For tho causo that lacks a>>UhLnc>-, Ki;r tho wroiij.;ri that need resist.iin>:, Fur liio fuuiru in tilt; (list i o, Ami the ^ood th.it v.'e c ui do. The legal opinion received from the Municipal Association's ad visers having cleared the last shel tering technicality from the path, there is a prospect of Cr. Tobin's long-shelved motion regarding Government supervision of dairies being considered on its merits at next Monday's council meeting. In February last a conference' of representatives from the Chamber of Agriculture and the Co-operative : Factories Association unanimously affirmed the principle of effective dairy supervision, and urged amendment of the Dairy Super vision Act to make it apply to the whole state. Coming nearer home, the dairy companies in the shire j have approved of the change to Government control, and Mr Robertson's recent lecture upon the subject showed how little there is to fear from off...

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THE TALLANGATTA TRAIN SERVICE. The following is the existing time table for trains leaving Tallangatta:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 April 1914

■rut: tao-aivcsa'shta tkasiv skkvm;s3. The following is thu uxisM'njj time table for li-jiin.; leaving T;iHan^:itta :— MoikIhv ... Tut;sJ;ty... "Wednesday Tiim^dity VncUiy ... buturuay ... 10.15 n.Dj fc>.«lU u.ni ... 10.45 ft.ui 0.00 fi.ni 10.45 u.iu G.uOa.u]

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OBITUARY. DEATH OF MRS. G. K. JEPHCOTT. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 April 1914

OB1TKAKV. rE.vrn op miss g. k. jepitcott. t is mir sit.! duty this Wui'k to rcconl tli- death of Mrs Jephcoit, wife of .Mr G. K. Juphciitt. of Tintaldra. The decuused In y who was only i!7 yearn of aye, hml rc-:ontly passed through a confinement uiil leaves ail infant son only a few days oM. The cause of death was hoiirt failue. Mrs Jepheott v/as a daughter of Mr \V. I'orsyth, of I'unvehester L'arlc, H'uiilton. Tho sad event occurred at Mjunee I'onds on '20th inst. The body U'is brought to Tintaldra and interred in tl.e Wereiiinlons (Jemt?tery on Friday last. Mrs Jephcott loaves three children —two daughters (tho eldest nsod eleven y^ars)—and tlie infant son. Mr Jephcott's 11 any friends will join us in extending <htp sympathy to him in I113 sad beroavo j ln;-nt.

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CHURCH NEWS. PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 April 1914

CmJKt'II KEWS. I'HKSltVTKUIAK. The suli-i'tMiimii I oo have now in hand t.J:.■ preparation* for ilia u^nal animal seiie-* *»t S(:uU*h ('oneerls in aid of the (.'ium-h The eommillee an; negotiating for tin' appearance ul a Seoleii eharaeter eoniedian and other artistes, and, dependent on tin* result of their negotiations, have pro vi>ionaliy lixi-d the dales of the series a*< follows :—(.'ud^C'Va, SIlU June ; Corryon^. lliMi antl 11 tli ; Walwa, Ulli ; ami Tin talilra, l.'Uli Juno. l''urLher partietilius will lie giv'on later by adverti>ement.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 April 1914

DEATH OF JIKS W. JI'VEAN. Wo regret to report tho death of JIra W. JI'Vean Sen., of Thougli, which. Occurred oil Friday evening. Tho de ceased lady liad been ailing for tho past two years, anil although she made scvoral rnilios tho effect was only temporary, and slio succumbed to an attack of heart failure. JIra JI'Vean wag tho third daughter of tho lato Jlr W. Coiling 1 (foim -rly of Thou^'la), and was born in Adolaiile in 1838. Sh>5 camo to tho Upper Murray .when a child in arms, and has boon a rosidont of.tliia district ovor emoo. In 187S she was married at Corryong to Jlr JI'Vean, who now survives hor with: a family of ten, viz., fivo sons—Jlessrs. WiliiMii, Donald, Gilbert, Allan and Stanley—ami five daughters—JIrs F. M'Doin u.'h, Mis E. M Kay (Wodongn),. Mrs H. Harrison, Mis* Clara and Jliaa Mabel. JIra TI. Gerecko, of Tallan^.atta Mrs II. Fenbv. of Daylesford ; Jlrs A. Hill, of Corryong ; JIra Hamilton anil Mrs Trelo.ir, of Albiirv ; and Jlr:; Johnson, at" Melbourne, are ....

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A GOOD SCHEME. A correspondent writes to our Beechworth, contemporary:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 April 1914

A; GOO S> SOIIEME. A correspondent writes to our Beech worth, contemporary*:— "Knowing that your columns aire al ways open: to anyone who has a sug gestion that will make for the advance of. our- town and. district, I take the liberty of drawing , the attention of the citizens of BeechWorth to the formation of a company for what seems an excel lent business proposition. The object of the company is to operate a large cat ranch in the hills around Beechworth, and land has already been leased or purchased for the purpose. To start with we will collect about, say, 100,000 cats, cach of which will average twelve kittens a year. The skins sell for 6d for the while ones to 3/ for the pure black, and we will have about 13,000,000 skins to sell at an average of i/j a piece, making our revenue i'2000 a day gross. A man can skill fifty cats a day and ha will be paid from 8/ to 10/ per day for his labor. It will tako about 100 men to operate the ranch, therefore the profit will be £1950 a d...

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MR. CHAS. LEBNER. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 April 1914

JIB CIIAS. LEUXER. The late Mr Charles Lubnor, whoso death occurred on loth inst. at Ilia rasidenco Corryong, was a native of Voorditzna, Germany, where bo was born in 185-1. Ho learned the trade of butchering, and for ei^ht year* followed the occupation of a ship's butcher, travel Hog all over tho world. In lbS2 ho landed in Melbourne and gave up tho seafaring life. He took work on tho St. Jnuies railway lino, then in course of construction, and sub.*:<iu<m:ly opened a business in Tungamah, svheru lie married MUs Schneider, dan^oior of the hte Mr W. G. Schneider, of Tun^amah. Air and Mrs Lebner then movod to Mansfield, and in 1S8S they came to \V:dwa, whore Mr Lebner selected lan 1. On the breaking out of tho Mt. Elliott divings in 1S1J4, Mr Lebner opened a business on tho field, aod a few yeivs later bought a property near Corrvong and wont in for hIhh.-d farming. Ho curried on business in Oorryong for some years, but ulti mately devoted his tim<;,...

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FOOTBALL. ASSOCIATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 April 1914

FOO'D'IJAI.B. ASSOCIATION MEETING. A meeting of the Upper Murray I'oot ball Association was lielil at Knight's Hotel, Corryong, oil Saturday evening. The following delegatus were present, represent in;; four teams :— Corryong, Messrs Bartlett (chairman), Hamilton ami Kobertson ; Cuilgewa, Messrs K. llmiipli rey ami J. M'Kenzie ; Federals, Messrs Knight, Smith and-W. Scamniell ; and Walwa, Mr P. Hunt. Minutes of previous meeting were read ftiul confirmed. The hon. secretary (Mr J. Blair) read the bal- ! auce sheet for the p:isL season, showing that the year had commenced with a credit balance of £1/17/2 and elosed with a debit of 8/10. Mr Bartlett was appointed chair man for the ensuing year,; and Mr Blair | secretary and treasurer. It was decided that two rounds of- matches be played— i home and home—and that the premiership be decided by a semi-final and filial, -the learns lowest on the list in the preliminary rounds to drop out. It was decided that the season commence on 23rd May...

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A SERIOUS CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 April 1914

A SS;32Sl>iiS <;EJAi:«E. At tIn* Albury Circuit Court on 2'^th in>t., before Mr Justice 1'ring, Henry \Vok-;r, .r)t), was charged wit.h at Ttimba rumi».«. on tub November feloniously wounding his nephew, Alfred Woiler, with intent to murder. Accused was *1 tri • -:ii Jeti by Mr W. Perry, who was by tho Crown, and .Mr W. Ilinioa conducted the Crown ea<e. Evidence showed that on the evening mentioned accused, wim was a sleeper-better working e,t Llumula, hearing certain rumors, unex pectedly returned home, and, listening near the bedroom of his wife, who was twenty yearn his junior, heard .subdued voices in her room. Allied Wolter, who was with rtcen^jd's wife, saw the ritlo in the hands of prisoner. lie immediately rushed at him and caught hold of the weapon. Kul'a men tumbled over the verandah, when the rifle went oft, the charge entering the younger man's body tin Use left side, parsing in the region of the heart, the point of exit being near the backbon...

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MULTUM IN NUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 April 1914

jiiui/riui ix wiujk. Corryong Stale .--clmol niciiic I'MiiorW. Towong Shire Ctuncil meet im Monday. Cudgcwa Dairy Co. directors meet to-day. Social in the AtlieiKi'Uin Hall, Corryong, to-morrow night. Athenicnm llall committee meeting on Monday evening. Wabba School picnic to-morrow. Dance ill the Cudgewa llall at night. Lecture on irrigation in the Athenajum Hall, Corryong, on Tuesday next. Seventy thousand rilles have been landed in Ulster in sensational circumstances. Several South American republics have offered to mediate between Mexico ami tile United States. The debate on Mr I'isher's censure motion is still proceeding in the House of Representatives. There ivas a good atIcmlnncc at the Cudgewa Flower Show yesterday. I'ull report next issue. It is estimated that 12,000 men took part in the Eight Hours' day celebrations oil Monday iu Melbourne. One of the visiting American commis sioners says that the annual (ire la-- in America would lie sulliciont to build the I'anama Canal....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 April 1914

Public IVoticc. NOW ON SHOW AT vAMPBELL'S. ILL' DEPASTMBNTS are well /ir"k stocked up in the Latest and Newest Shapes, Styles and Designs possible, The Ladies liave been well catered for. A fine range of Dresses, Blousings, Golfers' Skirts, Blouses^ Underdo fixing, also the famous. D. and A. Corset, made in three distinct shapes for small, medium and stout figures, advertised in all leading papers, "® #' @ @ . ; Ladies' and Children's Boots and Shoes, in all the newest aiid latest shapes and styles—a very fine range to select from. The Men and Boys have not been overlooked. The Clothing Department is teeming with the best range of Over coats, Suits, Trousers, Shirts, Pyjamas, Ties and Boots. Patterns', designs and shapes of the latest and best. See the' new "Converto" Overcoats, two distinct styles in one coat. Hats and Caps in large assortment of the latest shapes and colors. Oilskins in black and brown by the best makers. Don't forget to see our values in Blankets, Flannels, Flann...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 April 1914

E>t:E»2j«; fto;ices. "CorryoBil Hotel," _CORRYONG._ . ■. . R. ..E.-,' Xv NIGH T .... ur,!'ars 5,0 li"-«ovcr 'ho iiliavo well knowrl hotel, nn.l hopes by strict attention to trie t-l;<jtiir'.--.i;.•!it.:,f p;i!rnns -i.n-1 keeping onU" the best iir-injg of liquors to merit u enntimi-uici of tin: support neenrdod iiis predecessor. First-class Billiard Table, murker in isuAubuiee. Every attention paid to requirements of Tourists and Travellers. GOOD GRAZING PADDOCKS & STABLING. Stopping place for CRAWFORD & CO.'S COACHES, which - leave this hotel daily (Sundays excepted) > for Tallangatta. ■jut A/* • MISS E. E. KILL, PROPRIETRESS. fi^HE ABOVE we J1 known house ot accommodation bus been ronovatod through 9 out, and palronK may rely upon (heir requirements receiving ovory attention. . Reasonable turiff. ..Two tables.: Piano. Bnth. Good Stabiiiw. Well Eqoippkd -Billiard Room. ' . Efficient Maseeh," & HAIRDRESSER'S SALOON on tile premises. PUEE,' WEL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 April 1914

<;ejiji£(jis xothji:s. r^IVTNR Services will bo hol'l on Sunday next us follow:— l'ttKsiiv"ti.uian Cnmttni. Buri-m^maa, 11 n.in. ; Cnil^c-wa, "> p.m. ; (Jorryoiif;, 7.U0 p.m.—J.!ev. J. C. Coulter. Cmmcn of England, Corryoni!, 11 11.111. (II.C.) ; Upper Tluiufjlu, ;i p.m. ; Oarryung, 7 p.m.— lluv. F. II. l'eiil;e, Th.L. MktHOMST ClIL'U'JIt. 'JCo'.vons, 11 ii.iii. ; Corryons, 'J p.m. ; | Cuilu'e>v:i, 7 p.m.—Mr \V. II. Goilom. j

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 April 1914

Bereavement ff-'otices. MUS. CI1 AS. IitlBNEH and Family desiro to return thanks to many friends for kind ness and sympathy in their recent sad bereavement, especially to Nurse Itawes, Mr lr. ICijppcl, Mr A. Gay and Mr G. Garing. Corryong, 28/-J/'M. UK. \VM. M'VEAN and luimily desire to return sincere thanks for kind sympathy and iloral tributes in their recent ,art bereave ment, also to thank Dr. Gveeuhtun and Nurso Alinojjue for their unremitting attention. Thougla, 2S/-1/'1-1,

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CORRYONG GOLF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 April 1914

{JOiSESYOXi; CJXCJ. A .L'fMn.T.U nu'cliiiLr of tin* (.'orrvuis;.' (Jolt* Ciilii was l.cM ;it .la^'cr'* i[oi«;I oil Monday v.'Iumi i>(ii-vl.o-uvr> i\ir I !h year v.'aro a< lu'U.w I'jVM-irtit, Mr i'.iirlit: : virc-pr'-Mi'iii, Mr. (in.viiham ; c'linmiUrr, »)r. (iiv^nhMtii and .Mt-s^rs !! u n-1, .I.'i.u'i'i', Lai v.'i.< In, 1/or-d.aw, Moore and Nothcrcole ; raplain and handicappcr, Mr Kntwi.de ; secrvtury and treasurer, Mr Nrthwrol (». A sahoonnnii te'\ consist in*_r hi Messrs Ilurlvf, Ja^cr, ICnt• arid the M-iTi-tary, v.;w appointed lo see lhaL the he puL in onh-r tor the openin;; day, wliirli wa-i fixed lor \Vedne^!:iy, Kith innt. The suh-eripl i«»M \\\v; ji*:vd li>: for jieaih> ineit and 5/ tor ladies. A nine-holt! mi.wd foursome match and approaching and putting competitions will l»c Injld on the opi;iiiii;; day. Fl'iri'iH'p IVnhy, daughter of .Mr V.*. iJcniy, c'ji , Wan^ar.; iu, • /nwith a ;;rlioul companion on Thursday riding a pony, wln'M th&...

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A WALKING TOUR. THROUGH THE MOUNTAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 April 1914

:x XV A L1C l.\'G TO VIC. THROUGH THE MOUNTAINS. At the end of Marph a party of three pedestrians from Melbourne—Messrs Ackerley, Briggs arid Jones—took a trip on foot from Taliangatta, via Corryong, Tom Groggin and Omeo to Bright, covering a.distance of about 240 miles. The following extract from a letter received since by Mr A; Bartlett from Mr Ackerley will interest our readers We got through our 240 miles in good condition—in fact in better condition than on leaving Corryoug, for we were much harder towards the end, and found little difficulty in- covering 20 miles a day between Omeo and Bright. Of course, the road is good and clear there, but, as you know, very hilly, touching close on 6000ft. at Mount Hotham, We reached Bright a couple of days ahead of bur schedule time, having been just 14 days walking. Seventeeu miles per day does not sound much for an aver age ; hut it makes fairly strenuous exer cise in rough and hilly country when one is carrying 3o\bs. or over. I pre sum...

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