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OPENING OF THE NEW HALL. THE NOVEL BALL, A GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 April 1914
O PEN I OF TBI E NEW HA I, I ' THE NOVEL BALL, A GREAT SUCCESS. ■With nearly.a hundred couples on tho floor and a crowd oT spectators—and ''plenty'of room for ovoryone—tho "Novel iiall'' on. Wednesday night (22nd inst.) was certainly a novel oxporienco for* tho Corryong peoplo. For many yoara tho suffocating discomforts of a "big night" in tho old hall have been a grout handicap to public ontortainments, but that is all over now, and tho enthusiasm which marked tho oponing night showed how tho change was appreciated. A lot of work romains to be done before the build ing is completed .and properly equippod, but a good start has been uiado ill the erection of a spacious auditorium and stage—tho. revenue earning part of the building—and tho rest of tho work is comparatively plain sailing. A complete design of a hall and gallery, with a two storey brick front faoing Hanson-street has been obtained from jfr W. Pitt, tho well known Melbourne architect, and the work done so far is ill acco...
YOUNGHUSBAND, ROW AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 April 1914
YOUNGIICSIlANI), IKT.V AN.'> CO. Import having hulil their usiml f'ji-rnLOitly ; i'uiu of iiit nu&lt;I store stock nc Wmlop.i;-- 1 yards; on 21st ins4. They ou'ov.i l «'JC0 f-i mid .store c:*111.. TIr.: au^nila'k:' ot tin-1 irmli* was very iijuch : Quotation? .—DnH.-ckv, to .fJl'2 ; cows, to ■ i'12 ; vonUrrp, to ,15/i'J/; bnl- [ Jocks, to £5/10/ ; sjum^cTs, to .CC/12/. i
CORRYONG PONY RACING CLUB. OFFICIALS: PRESIDENT.—MR J. PIEROE. Vice-presidents.—Messrs F. Jager and A. Lukins. Committee.—Messrs A. Acocks, C. W. Wheeler, L. Masters, J. Robertson, F. Scammell, T. Lukins. H. Waters, L. Sheather, A. Bartlett, J. Entwiste, R. Knight and Waters. Treasurer.—Mr J. Campbell. Judge.—Sir L. Sheather. Stater.—Mr A. W. Acocks. Handicaper.—Mr.J. Blair. Clerk of Course.—Mr. H. Smith. Weighting Clerk.—Mr. T. Lukins. Measurers.—Messrs Acocks and Sheather. Stewards. — Messrs Campbell, Hood, A. Lukins, F. Scammell and C. Waters. Secretary.—Mr F. M'Donough. AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 April 1914
&lt;;oKKVorv« jpontr »AciwB"v V-v ... *. OFHCIA&S : PRESIDENT.—MB J. FrEIlOB.. Ylpo-prcal'lcuta.—Messrs P. Jugcr nnd A. LaWna. • | Committee.—Mis4&lt;ra A* Acoolw,, 0. W.Wliocler, I». . IhmtoiN, J. "Robertson, F. Scnmintill, T. Lukltis, | II. Water*, h. Sheuther, A.•. Biirllctt, J. . Kirtvviste, R.JIulirht niiil C.* AVatcr*. ; Trony'ur»^.—NIr X 0;uupl»«jH.. Jiidfje.—Sir L. Shc-athcr. SUrtor. -Mr A. W. Acocks. IMicnppar.—Mr .1, IMJUir. .. Clerk of Ounwa—ilc If. Smith. • . • Wdghlug C!erk.--Mr 1\ Lnkliu. • -Messrs Acocka nrnl Shcatlier. Stowards. — Messrs Campbell, Hood, A. Luulns, P. Scnmmcll aud 0. Watera: Secretary.—Mr P. M'Dommgh. V' AUTUMN MEETING. Tho autumn mooting of tha ubovo olub was held on the Corryong courso on Friday last (postponed from the previous Wednesday on account of the wet woathor). . Good .entries wero rocoived for tho various events, and the racing was interesting, but the attendance showed a falling oil from the last meeting, tho takin...
TENNIS MATCH. OURNIE V. CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 April 1914
TENNIS MATCH. • OURNIE V. CORRYONG. Onrciie and Corryong played a tennis match—men's singles and doubles—on tlie Corryong Courts on Monday. The courts WBrtfin'ROod. order and tlio weather w.w •line, 'ami the games were interesting. The Visiting players were entertained to dinner, and 'afternoon ten was provided by tit ladies. The result was a win for the loeal team by three rubbers to one in the singles and sis sets to Jive in the doubles. Details ;— SINGLES. Entwialc (C.) beat J. M'AIeekin (0.),' G—1, .-)—G, G—3. Nethereotc ((J.) beat G. Wilkinson (0.), G—1, 2—G, G—2. . • : ■ Greenham (C.) beat Lowe. (0.), 6—3, Bartlctt (C.) lost to F. M'Meekiii (O.), G--0, 3-6, 1—G. Totals .—Corryong, 3 rubbers, 7 sets, 53 games ; Ournie, 1 rubber, 4 sets, 315 gafuea. DOUllLIiS. Entwisle and Nethercote (0.) lost to .1. M'Meekin and Wilkinson (O.), 3—0, (3—!, 2—0. Cireenbam and liarlleU (C.) lo=(. to Lowe ami F. MOdivkia (&lt;>.), a—0, 5—i>. Knt \viand Net(&lt;J.) Ivat Lowe an...
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 — 30 April 1914
THE MARKETS. MKLB0UUX13 MAItKKTS. ' .... [Br. Wir.E.] . ' Wednesday, 6 p.m. Messrs Matliieson atid Davis, of St. James' Buildings, Williams-street, Mel bourne, wire us as follows :— Fat Cuttle.—1,685 yarded, ' comprising. 150 from N.S.W., 450 from North East, 300 from Gippsland, 450 from South Gippsland, 150 from North, and 2b0 from West. The market during the earlier eales generally ruled 10/ to 15/ higher, but afterwards - easing somewhat and closed firm. Heavyweights rulod prac tically unchanged throughout. Prime pens of bullocks, £12/10/ to £14 ; extra," to £15 ; good, £11/5/ to £l'2/5/ ; good, light and handy, £9 to £10/10/ ; soeends und inferior, from £7. Prime puns of' cows, £8/15/to £1.0 ; estra, to £12/5/;; good, £7 to £8/10/ ; seconds, from £5- . : Fat Calves.—• 550 panned. Prices, very firm. Fat Sheep. — 16,900 yarded. The market opened brisk at lute rates." Priuio pens of merino sho.ving an advance, but competition. later on became irregular, and though'.at; times last w...
CARRYONG PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 April 1914
CAKKVOKU PEtO«K3iSS ASSOCIATION;; The monthly meeting; of the execu tive o£ the above association' was held at the Courier Office on Monday even ing, the following members attending —Messrs A. Harris (chairman), IMayie, Hamilton, H. Harris, Peake, 15rown,; Campbell, Cummins and A. Bartlutfr (hop. secretary). Minutes of previous meeting were read and coufirmud. .1 ■ pOrOlESPONDENOE. From J. T. N. Anderson, C.E., re Corryong . water supply, also from 'i'owong Shire Council re same mat ter.—The secretary reported that all particulars required had beeu fur nished. He had interviewed the Chief Engineer for Water Supply (Mr Murray) and also supplied him with information required. The matter was all in order, and was awaiting the' department's action.—The secretary's action was ratified. . From Direotor of Education, -re Upper Towong School, ■ forwarding copies of lease of room in Mr, White head's house for signature. —Tho sec retary, stated, that Mr'Whitehead had' • signed; the.lease, ind...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 April 1914
"The Corryong Courier." NOTICE. IN consequence of the conditions im . posed by the Country Printers' Wages Board—the amended ^ward of \yhich. came intoioficrntion on 27tti October-^wo are'com pelted, to frnih» several'new-.regu lation*' in regard to; Advertisements and Correspondence intended for insertion in the Courier- Notico is' hereby given that theso rules will bo ndherod, to strictly. • , _&lt; Advertisements. — All new ■ advertise incuts ninst be in hand bj 4 p.m. on Wednesdays. Changes of standing . .advertisements will not bo received after 10 a.m; on Mondays. Correspondence, etc. — All- correa-. pondence and other nmtcor must he in hand by C p.m. on Tuesdays, other wise insenion cannot be guaranteed. Accounts. — Orders must be . paid in advance, unless the- person ordering hus au accotfTit at this oilice; A. T. BAItTLETT, - Proprietor." . Tintaldka Hotel. F. P. Lucas, Licenpse. First-class Accbimuodiit'on for Travollers. Best brands of Wines and Spiritj kept. Good...
WODONGA MARKET. DALGETY AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 April 1914
WODONGA MAIIKET. DALGETY AND CO, ■ . Koport hoMing their Woilnngii fnrtniglitly stock market on lii.-t inst... .yanliiu; 110; hca.l of cuttle. There was a l mtist'jr j of buyers present. Tliey &lt;jn.n« :—Hill- ; locks, to i'li!/l/ ; cov.-:i, lo 4.1»/l7/0; ' fat calvcs, to 00/ ; 2-.yr.-oM .steers, tn I &lt;£•1/10/; springers, to J- T/Iu/. . , (
CORRYONG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 April 1914
CORItYONG MARKET. The usual monthly slock market' was held.at; Corryong on Saturday.; There was a fair averago yarding of iiiixod stock, and a good. attendance of buyers, and prices generally showed an ndvance on lata rates. Quotations :—Young store bullocks, £6 to J£'7/X4/ ; working bullocks, £7/14/; 2-yr.-old steere, to £4/7/• f«t :cows, ,£5/10/to £8 ; dry oows, £4/15/. ;, : cows and calves, £0/16/ ; poddies,',:80/, "Tt'x" ' .■ ■ : ■, ' YOPNGIIUSBAND, KOW AN'D CO. " • . Report having held th.eir usual .monthly sale of fat and store stock at their Cor ryong yards on Saturday last. The yard ing of stock forward was on tho light sido and made up solely of small linos. There was a good attendance of buycrB present, und prices all round showed a very imrk«d advance on those of the' previous monthly sale. They, quote:—Bullocks, 8 years old and &lt;3 years old off, from £6/10/, £7, to £7/14/, according to size , and condition ; no aged bullocks panned ; bullocks, 2 years old, to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 April 1914
E'ulitic. N'olicu. THE CerrvoMCourisr i No Resident of tho District CAN AFFORD to do without his District News paper. It is the only moans by whioh tho people of the district can keep in touch with the affairs in which they arc: personally interested. The City daiiic.-and : wet-klies aro all very well for thosi! vvilo wish to keep posted upon affairs of Stato ami of tho world, lint does not a. comparatively trilling event- in our own neighbourhood loom much larger in our eyes than tlm downfall of a nation on tlio othor side of the world? Tho loon! newspaper thai gives all thy nows of its own towji and District— all the doings of its people and tho.lia.p peniugs—as thereforo the Newspaper that holds first placo in tlio regard of all who take a healthy interest in their surroundings. In. addition to tho personal claim the district Newspaper possesses it gives very real advantages from a business r,f,a.ndpoin,t. Whether in business in i.bo ton-n or 0:1 the .land it is of the utmost imp...
POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is uded in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua. Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 April 1914
Postal rates and recu'-ations [Wlir.ro tin* ,u»rm "Tho Common wealth" is in connection with iiiosn ratva and iv^iihitions it includes Taima. L:>rd Howe iisl.iiij, ;i!id Norfolk island.] LKVi'EKS. ror every j. ounce or fraction thereof. For delivery within tlio Common wealth 0 X For delivery ill tho British Em piro ; 0 1 For delivery in tho Now llobridos, Banks, and Torres Islands .. 0 2 For delivery in other places .... 0 2J LE'iTEit CARDS. For delivery within tho Commonwealth: Single, Id. each; reply, Id. eaeli half. For delivery iu tho British Empire (sue list of places under "Letters )—Siii ^ glo. Id. each. For 'delivery iu New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands—Single, 2d. each. For delivery in other places— Single, 2Jd. each. POSTCARDS. / Single Postcards impressed with the Id. stamp, and Reply or double cards, each half of which has the Id. stamp impressed thereon, may be transmitted to placet within the Commonwealth, and to thoso places, enumerated under "Letters," to whi...
HOW A DIVER WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 April 1914
HOW A DIVER WORKS. The recent recovery of sovereign-} >y a diver from 'lie wrecked steamer Elin.^amite, which was Ids', off the S'(i\v Zealand coast in (.!;&lt;• year 1002, nay n.'i!'P-r tho i"&lt;»II'»\vii..-- account of low a diver won:.-; mieivstim::— The: i!;i:i:,ors lo ha i.U'iii! and tho ianaers lo be &lt; aeonr-ei't-:l ijy t.iie aver se diver render it. ;» ;.y no means ivercrr.v.V.cd profession, although thoy. lo much ;o maintain n steady market 2i supply and demand. 13ut, however, serious tho diilicnltieu met with in his Jaily work, the diver is not a man to bilk about thorn. Day after (iny he '.oils, and only at rare intervals do the records of his deeds of heroism 3r fiirhts wi!h the sea and its inliabi Mnis meet die public eye. A long ap prenticeship is needed for the work, '.oKcthcv with much knov.'l-.ak-e of tlia bottom of tiie sea and the currents ex isting around tho r.rnsts. Wlieii the Jiver lias patts-viS from ths period ol learning to tha...
FEDERAL LAND TAX. THIS YEAR'S ASSESSMENTS, £1,217,657. EFFECT OF THE TAX. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 May 1914
[GDEIiAL LAND TAX. THIS year's assessments, M,217,057. effect of the tax. That tlio operation of tho Fodoral land tax is hiving tho plTuct of inducing largo properly owners to siibdivido thoir estatos is ovidenood (says tlio Ago) by tho fuel that tl» nasos3mouta for tho ourront financial yoar aro fowor in number than last yoki and tho amount of tnx loviod considerably loss. A. stfttoinont" mado available last wook by tho Land Tax Comrnissionor (Mr Q. A. M'Kay) shows that altJgothor 18,832 returns havo boon assessor, for a tax of £1,217,657., Com paredwith last yoar'sfiguros, tho tax for 1913-14 is approximately £175,000 less, but it isexplained that tho department's valuations have, in.a majority of caaos, to be applied to tho values returned by owners for tho current year. Additional assessments in ofchor States also havo to bo taken into account. Mr M'Kay states, however, that an analysis of tho returns receivoii points to tho conclusion that tho procoss of breaking up largo ostat...
TENNIS. WABBA V. KOETONG. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 May 1914
TI5KKIS. WAB13A V. KOETONG. On 25th ult., a return match between the above clubs was played at Wabba, tho players taking part being tho same, with the ad dition of Otty for Wabba, who played in the first match at Koctong, a fortnight previously, when the home team scored an easy victory. On Saturday, after the visitors had partaken of dinner as the guests of the club ut the homo of Mr Sloan, an interesting ncries of games was gone through, in which tho home t'-am proved victorious by a narrow margin. At first the Koctong players, finding the court rather strange, only managed to secure one set out of the first six, but then, becoming more at home, they captured the following throe- sets. An analysis of tho scoring shows how remarkably evui the play was, Wabba winning o sets, 43 games, '2(58 ncep, to Koetong's 4 sets, 11 games, 2G5 aces. Wabba secured seven lovo sets to Koetong's three love sets. The following are the scoren, the Wabba players boing mentioned first in each instance:—...
DISTRICT SCHOOL COMMITTEES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 May 1914
DISTRICT SCHOOL COI?I HITTEES. The undermentioned persons have been appointed to be members of the School committees for the respective schools set forth as follow :— Corryong. — Mrs Elizth. Acocks, Mrs Agues liastlakc, Mrs Ada Whitehead, Kev. F. 11. Peake, Messrs Arnold Playle, Thos." C. Davis. I1'. M'Donough. Cudgewa.—Mrs E. M. Blair, Mrs L. A. Carkeek, Mrs F. I. A. Humphrey, Mrs H. E. Sheather, Messrs T. H. Carkeek, lleiiben Sheather, G. Y. M'Kenzie. Towong. — Messrs Joseph Anderson, 1'ivtk. Daly, Henry Heyenga, James Heyenga, James Maddisou, John O'Loiigh lin, ffm. Steveiis. • Thougla.—Mrs Evan Evans, Messrs 11. .E., M'Kenzie, Sam Gay, A: Gay, Tlios. Evans, Joseph Gibson. Wnlwa.—Mrs Elizth. Hanna, Mrs Rose Hunt, Mrs M'Harg, Messrs H. 1'. M'lTarg, Wm. H., Mildreu, James Cooke, IS. C. Murray. Tintaldra.—Mrs Emma Vogcl, Mrs John • Mann, Mrs Eliza Cliitty, Mrs Eliza Coysli, Messrs Geo. Jeplieott, John Turner, John Mann. Cudgewa North.—Messrs Jas. Sheather, Joseph Dobinson, T. Vogel,...
MULTUM IN NUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 May 1914
IUUI/TU.TI IN NUOU. Military Kali last night. Full report in nest week's issue. Wodonga horse sale to-day and to morrow. Corryong Oddfellows' Sports programme appears elsewhere. Meeting of Show committee on Monday evening next at eight p.m. For Bronchial Coughs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, I/O. The maternity allowance? granted to April 24th have totalled 193,201. Sale of Wulwa Wine Palace at Wahva ■ on Thursday, 21st May. See odvt. Mr C. B. Itobiu will visit Corryong on 30th inst. Full appointments nest issue. The number of invalid pensions in force amount to 16,000, while old, age pensions ~ number 87,312. . The Towong Shire Council on Monday approved of the Government undertaking the supervision of dairies in the shire. Mr II. Vandenberg, dentist, will visit Corryong to-day, and nifty be consulted at Hill's Coffee Palace till 10 p.m. oh Saturday. • There are in circulation within the Commonwealth Australian notes valued at £9,705,131, and a gold reserve of £4,2/9,800. » Gen...
THE Curryong Courier. THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 May 1914
Tim QFariijjmtij Gunuicr. THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1'Jlf. For thn caiiFe that lack'3 a^isi-.ncv, For tl)0 wrongs that neul rt^i-Unc, For tho future in ttio tea. And the youil that Wu c.n u.i. Held OvEit,—Want of space com pels us to bold ovtr report of Corryong School picnie, Irrigation Lecture and Atheuffitim Committee meeting. Firewood fju Tin: Hospital. — 0:i Wednesday next a working boo will be held to protide a winter supply of lire wood for ;he Cottage Hospital. Mr H. Harris ha3 kindly thrown open his paddock adjoining the park fur the wood-cutters, and a good gathering of workers is anticipated. See That You Abe on the Roll,—It jg a duty imposed upon all who are eligible—male oc female—to see that they arc 011 tho roll. Every assistanco has boon rendered in this direction by tho electoral u;..> :> dice authorities, and non-CGiJiphanc... r..;iiiutd negligent parties liablo to a penalty of anything up to £2. Empire Day.—A3 Empire Day, 2 Uh May, falls on a Sunday this year, the Mi...
SPORTS AT CUDGEWA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 May 1914
SPOUTS AT ClIDGIiWA. , The outdoor sportm;; a-atiln iioli! in run nection with the Cml^ewa Flower Show mi 29th ult. were fairly well patronised. Messrs A. J. Laml, &lt;J. Coysh, Jt. Jarvi*, Ernie Sharp, A. Thomas, \V. II. liluir, with help from visitors, ilisposeil of trophies as follows Gites *iiW Name (dressed dull), Miss Violet Laud ; Sleppinir. No. 1 (acetylene ha/id lamp), ISir A. Harri*. inn. ; 1\ickiji-^ Football (cheese), Mr I). 1'aljji'ty; Thr.iw Wicket (six dmner knives), Mi^rx A. J, Land a ltd Kniie .Sharp divided ; Ladies' Stepping (hand Mi-"4 Mabel Land ; Ladii;^' Driving (ladies' work basket), Mi.-'s Vhdef, Land ; St&lt;-;«p iii«4, No. '2 (lin oi ten), Mr A. J. Lan.l ; Koofcraee (luiji of oats), Mr (Joy M'Kcn/iu ; ^deiil's. Driving (jam di?dies in nickel frame), Mr A. E. Thomas.