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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 May 1914

U(I.MAN CATHOLIC. The KiurIU lit"'*. Or. Keville, Koinan Catholic Bishop oC I>eniUi;o, held a Con I'm mation serviee at the Corryong Koman Catholic Church on Thursday morning last, when Is candidates wore presented fur the .Sacrament by Iheir sponsors, Mr •J. i\ Cummin*1 and Mrs i\ White. The Bishop delivered an impre»ive address to the confirmees, and, in accordance with his usual custom, lie induced them ti> pledge themselves against the use of in toxicating liquors until Uiey attain the aj^e of years. Jn the afternoon tlio Bishop and Father Klynu drove toWahva,. where Lite Bishop had a ConlirunUiou, appi/mtiiieut.

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHURCH NEWS. PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 May 1914

cm/iecu rvs-;«'s. I'KKsnYTKiUAX. A meeting v.i'.H IioNl in the l'rejhYterian Church, Corryon^, on Tuesday afternoon, to make arrangement* for the proposal ha;:aur to he hehl next aiuumn to wipe off the doht on the church. The Kuv. Mr Coulter occupied the chair, and explained the object of the meeLiuij. A committee of hulics wim appointed, to work in eon junction with local committees in other centres, ami Mih .V. Aeoeki was appointed secretary.

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ALBURY MARKET. MATHIESON AND DAVIS [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 May 1914

ALB D RY M ARKET." MATI1IES0N" AND DAVIS Report having hold their ustoI fortnightly market at the Aibtiry municipal yards on 28th April. Tho. attendance of buyers was a good ono. Thoy quote :—Bul locks, to .£15/10/; lightweight bullocks, to .C1-2/7/; cows', to £11/12/6; vealors, to .£6/10/. Crossbred wethers, to 27/10 ; crossbred ewes, to 27/6 ; tncrino wethors, to 221; merino owes, to 10/ ; lambs, to 21/.

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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 — 7 May 1914

: THE MARKETS. MELBOUliNE MARKETS. []iY WlltK.] Wodnoadny, 0 p.m. Messrs Matbioson find Davis, of St. James' Bnildiugs, -Williams-street, Mel bourne, wire's us follows:— lAit Cattle.—2,015 yarded, comprising 250 froin'N.S.W:, 7-10 from North JJust, 350 from Gippsliiiul, 550 * from South Gippslauil, 50 from North, ami 100 from West. Tho mfivUot for both bullocks I and cowa ruled 10/ in advanco of Intel rates. Prime pons of bullocks, £12/10/ to .£14/10/ ; extra, to JSI5/17/G ; odd beasts, to £16/17/6 ; good,. £'10/10/ to £12 j sjood, light and handy, i'9 to £10 ; second and inferior, from i.'7. Prime pons of cowa, £9 to £10 ; odd beusts, to jGl 3/17/G ; good, £7 to £8/10/; others, from £4/10/. Pat Calves. — CG5 penned: Pricos ruled a shade firmer. !, Fat Shoop. — 18,500 ' yii'rdod. In tho early part of tho market buyers operated cautiously, and pricos showed a docline of 1/ to 1/6 from provious best rates as salos progressed, hdworor, com petition became keener, and prices gradually h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 May 1914

For Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' (.treat Peppermint Cure, 1/G. The executive commiUce of tin; Council of the Federation of Labor, representing 700,000 unionises throughout Australia, met last n'eelc. A motion wax carried nryin;,' that full civil and political rights be yivcu tu railway employed.

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THINGS IN GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 May 1914

THINGS II* <2 ESEKAL. The tired members of the Federal Parliament (says the Age) have gained tho day. Their pitiful appeals for rest have i'aiien on sympathetic ears, and when the sitting dnys are fixed, otl the termination of the censure debate, it will be found that they are to be asked to attend to their Parliamentary duties on only three days of the weuk, instead of four, as in the past. It is not intended to reduce their salaries to compensate for tho reduction of labor. It will still be rouudly £12 per week. This is equivalent to a further self-granted increase in pay. Four days' work a week is, of course, equal to .£3 a day. A reduction to three days means that the rate will advance to £4 a day. In previous years the House of Represen tatives has always met at 3 p ni. on Tuesdays, 2.30 p.m. 011 Wednesdays and Thursdays, and 10.30 a.m. on Fridays. In future the Tuesday sitting is to be abolished, in order to allow members time to recover from their nerve-racking exp...

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THE YEARS' RECORDS. Following are the records of the rainfall for 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912 and 1918:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 May 1914

THE YEARS' RECORDS. Following aro the rccorcla of tlio rain full for! 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910,/1911, 1912 unci 1918 , 90:83 OS 63 4G-X8 34.83 83-08 90-48 88-33 03-88 04-08 ! f'3-o GT'-f, 18-S 623 iSi-0 iL-0 t>L-V 60-3 SM 'ao(X 34-0 : 03 f. 66-1 I8'8 -XS-O '04-X 04-8 UL-V X8-0 >0^ 18-8 F9-X OX-X Xf-3 9E-3 68-X 43-X 98-8 'J!>0 69-a 89-8 89 X • ?>f-3 99-X 69-8 83-X frX-fr 08.-3 '?&>S 90-3 19-3 86-0 8J--3 9F-9 33-X 3X-3 86-3 S9-X "Suy 33-1 8F-9 8{"'8 £3-8" 90-3 I4-X 84-3 St"8 Og.g -Cjuf 360 91-8 06-3 09-3 X4-3 868 3G-X S3-? 34-9 <>««£ 84F 83-0 36-3 80-3 X8-3 88-3 96-0 38-8 34-3 13 0 33-X 60 0 80-0 38-8 84-X OX-3 48-X 09-X ll^V f-4T- 80-X 8I-£ 99-3 48-8 f8'0 X9-X 88-9 46-0 39 1 69-X 40 90-X S4-I E0-* ' flO-S ' 84-0 8F-X W 09 3 T'X-0 46-S : 80-S ■ 8X-X <A-3 08-X -I!N X8-3 •Uui> 8X6t 3X6X IX6X 0X6X 606X 806X 406X 9061 3061

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UPPER THOUGLA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 May 1914

I!VI»J3 3£ TUOINSL.V. FiioM ocr. own coinu-:sroNi)i:NT. The following gentlemen have been elected members of the Sclr.iol Com miitee for the current triennial period:— Mes>rs G. Carter, S. Luiit, J. MGeehan and C. Cadman. The clcnth of Mrs Albert Meurant, which occurred on the 30th uit. from heart failure, removes from us the oldest resident (excepting her children) of. Upper Thougla, where she lived for 2O years. Of a kindly disposition, ever the iirst to help others in sicUuess or trouble, her loss will be long felt in this small community. The rainfall for April amounted to points. Only a few ii^ht irosts have sd tar appeared, and all vegetation looks weil.

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MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 May 1914

MAY. 4tli .. .. .. 0-12in. 5 th .. : .. .. OlOin. Total ... .. ... 0,22in. [Total for year to date .. 7:58in.]

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. SATURDAY, 2ND MAY. [Before Messrs A. A. Kelley, P. M., and D. Coruin, J.. Humphrey and A. Acocks, Js.P.] DEBT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 May 1914

COUiCT «>r I'HTTV SI3SSJOMS. S.V'UIIUAV, M AY. [Before A. A. K/jlley, P.M., nnd 1\ (V^iin, ,1. Humphrey ;uul. A.. Acuclis I', j nr.!:T F. \V. MniTiiv v. .1. Cmighl.'in (default summons). -Mr I'lmnl. tor complainant, ,n|;„l t(.r •«, mljuuniniout i01' font weeks.. —Adjoin n-.-;| Ui UOi.li May. 'I'. W. rirc.v) v. 'I'. M' Imoney.—Claim fur J;::y 17fur medie-d servics rendered. Mr :iinifuintl fin- complainant. in tliis inn! t'llloy.in'g cases. ) Vf.-ndant did not appeiv. T. W. Ilriuvii, medical praetitioir r. provi-d claim.—An oi'dor was made for amount claimed, v/itli I:j/0 costs. Ssunq v. J. Anderson.—Mr Dalgety said the C-IKC had Kittled. Withdrawn. Same v. Mr* !■'• Sniitli.—Claim for £!/lfi/. Defendant ,li:i lint appear. Complain:,n!> proved claim.—An order wits made for amount claimed, with 15/6 costs. Samo v. A. A. T)n«jnu.—Claim for £1/1!/. Complainant provod claira.— An order uas m:\ile for amount claimed, with 15/ti costs. Kami: v. J. M'Chi.-e.—Mr Dainty said the case had ...

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THE TALLANGATTA TRAIN SERVICE. The following is the existing time table for trains leaving Tallangatta:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 May 1914

TJ'SJE TAIXANGATTA TltAIN SEISVBCK. I The following is the existing time tnblo I for trains leaving Tullnngattft *— 10.45 a.m. 8.S0 a.ui. 10.45 a.m. 0.50 a.m. 10.4'5 a.m. 6.50 a.m. Monday ... Ti'.rs'.lay ... WS'lnfStl ay Tlmvmlay Fiidiiv ... Satuniuy

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HANDEL. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 May 1914

HANDEL. By Maiioarst Johkbos. Bare arid cold tlio garret chamber Gloomy with its shadows dim : Huns with dusty, drooping oobwobf, Drapery woird tuid grim. Battled loud tho loosened easement, liloak tho ni;;hi-wind roao and foil; In the pauses of it3 wailing Tolled tho midnight bell. Suddenly from oi;t Iho b1hi:1ov;3 01 tho old, dcsurtsd room Cotnn a strain of <r.inlest mimo ThroUu'h the ghostly ftloon. Fiercer howled iho wind nr i etrongoi fcjvvollo'l tho Gtrain e:;ullingly, Till Iherc ro.led among llio ratlera W.iviis of melody. Wiiilo the night grew slill to listen, Soft and Blow the anisic sighed, And, in molting, minor measures, Into silence died. Say, what ski/fill, rapt musician, In that lonely room apart, Thus made glad the sornbra midnight With hia wondrous art ? From the moon, now bright, now hiddin la the clondg that crnr^od her way, Through the misty garret window Shot a slender ray—_ Glanced upon an ancient spinet, O'er whoso keys, with dust deliled, Kaa t!m e...

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CUDGEWA FLOWER SHOW. AN ATTRACTIVE DISPLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 May 1914

CUWCEWA FI,OW'ER SHOW. AN ATTRACTIVE DISPLAY. The third annual llownr show, indus trial exhibition ami athletic sports in aid of the Chinch of Kn^Und 1'uiidin^ Faml eventuated o» the 29th ultimo. The morn ing dawned amid ominous looking clouds, and slight rain full ; but, the day advanc ing, Uw sua dispelled l',11 (U'.lI, I'.nd a bright afternoon followed. Threatening weather in the morning prevented some exhibitors and visitors attending. This witli counter attractions all through the previous weeks, anil even the same wee!;, affected tin; at temlanee ; but, allowance being made, the show wan attractive anil the exhibits were of a high standard, competition in some sections being keen, and the prize-winners hard to rfeline. In Class A some beautiful blooms in chrysanthemums, roses, dahlias, geraniums, carnations, sunflowers, cosmos, and others excited much admiration, while/ arranged flowers, bouquets and collection? were artistically nlaced. Class I!, Uioii"li a small class, prese...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 7 May 1914

Kor Children'* HacUiii" Couch at Night, Wood;-' (Jrc.it Peppermint Cure, 1/0. At .1 pulilic meutin<,' convened hy the mayor1 of Kuclvlmuipt on (Q.), resolutions were in^'d that tin: time had arrived whea i}iii!i,ii."Iaiiil should be divided inlo 111rue leparalo Helf-^overninj} States, arul llial. alea^iiu lie fiirmi'il, to lie known as III* N'i'iv Stales liea<;iie of Central Qucuna land, lb further the object. !

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A Bad Name for a Testimonial. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 14 May 1914

A Bad Name for a Toa'-imonlal. Advertiser (to niar;a-;or of i:uv;a paper) • "ou mado a nii'_' mot::; o! tlim testimonial advertisement. Afaiv:'^ r:. JIow? Ailvc;'iis:;r: Yi'ny. .Toan G::;i:U wrots "Your 'l-ive for !Cv.-;- i*e;l,are ilo im; mo ii great do:i! oE gin*!. Snnc another box"; an.! I told you to (;ivi ;i;i; letter a promlm.":!. ;>!:ico. I did—i:-iu:edia;:ely follow l»K the' death notic. a. Advertiser: Yes; and In the rtea'.i notices was the name of John Smith' A doctor, vomit; and ln»xpsrlcnccA vras aileniiSr.if a lady snU'enm; i'rom ; severe internal complaint. On one oe casion nt t!io close cf hi? visit, iie lie,; Seti for a word in private with th. mts!,a;i<I. "Voitr v.-ifti'.s case is somewhat com plicated," iie K-:id. "and with yoit t'si-inisEion I sho'.'.id Iim1 :o o:;il In an other decor in eonsnlvmen." "Permission!" .••chtv-d th.-» other, in 'iisnantly. "i told her ! '..new :;i;e • o Ivivtj a fc"*o.i deero", ;> it she ;fra!;l you'd !>o »rr*r>i...

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Hard to Please. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 14 May 1914

Hard to Please. Two tramps were discussing the' ways and means of living in this hard \vorld without being laid up with bod-, ily exhaustion. "If it only warn't s!ch a long way off, Bill, we might go to the South Sea Islands, CokernutB anil bananas all over tho place tor nuthin'." ' Bill ruminated deeply for some time and queried:. "I suppose'yer 'as tor pick 'em?" "Yus, o' course." "Ugh!" was the dis:nisti!rt reply. "I know there'd be sonic drovback."

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Appearance in his Favor. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 14 May 1914

.Appearance In his Fayor.--':v".-^' Where 'ave I bin lately?" said Wil liam Trotter to his friend Sylvester. "Why, I haccepted a hiuvitation to spend a kipple o£ weeks in oue o' King Edward's hotels. Seelu' the weather you've had, I was well orf. The only thing X didn't like was, they don't stono the raisins lor the puddeD in them places. "I'll tell yer 'ow it 'appened.. I was standin' outside a grocer's, hadmlriu' the jam, when a box of soap Cell down at me feet. I wos a-pickin' of it up to 'and to the grocer wen n, sirkus come by. In the incitement of, the moment I followed. Bfmeby I looks «lown ana sees the box under mo arm. " 'Wiliyiim,' sez I; 'wot are yer a doin' with that box? Take it back at once like an honest man.' . "Just then the grocer comes round the corner with a policeman. ""That's 'im,' 'e sez. 'That's the man wot stole my soap.' , ' . "Yer could a-knocked ine down with a. thunderbolt. ' " 'Soap!' sez I. 'Do I look like a man wot lid steal soap?'1 • "I-Iowsomedever,...

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Took Him Literally. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 14 May 1914

Took Him Literally. Dreamy Dobbg, the tramp, had trudged wearily along the country road without any definite object, save to find a few stray coppers, which mlplit come liis way from some charitable soul. Me believed In the simple'life, per haps not through choice, but force of circumstances would Aot.allow him to believe in anything else. N ■ He kept a keen, calculating eye on houses as ho passed them, and on the outskirts of a town be passed before a trim-looking villa. In the front garden wna a trim-loos ing old lady. "Please mum," he whined, in bis beat professional manner, which years of practice had rendered well-nigh refu sal proof; "can't yer give a poor feller 3d. for a bed?" "Certainly, my man," replied tlio. good, kind lady; "bring it in." And then Dreamy Dobbs turned sor rowfully away, reflecting on the dense ness of humanity.

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THE SUCCESS OF THE JEW. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 14 May 1914

THE SUCCESS OF THE JEW. The Jew Is well worth tho study o! the aiuMUous and eiicrgotie. I lis suc cess it milling money is undisputed and well known. Spoken q£ as mean, and depicted by tho novelist as shitty in his ways, ho certainly has his bad points, and few iiavo forgotten them. But his good points have been, lost sight of. The EnrrHflK'.Mi. is ambitious, but In nine out i>i iou cm l.o docs not "trot there." This is whi:;-i., t.ho Jew differs; ho not only "gets there," but gets at the top. He is energetic and decisive. His mind is made up quickly, and he Is seldom wrong in his decisions. Mas terful, he wants his own way. and pots It. Ever on the lookout for oppor tunities, lie will go lu and win whilst the cautious Scot and "don't care" Englishman will hold back. If ho falls, he doesn't whine. He simply tries again. His energetic na ture is apparent In all his acts. He talks fast and to the point. Always on the hurry, he accomplishes twice the work of many people. Called mean...

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VERSE. NITICE OF INTENDED POLITICAL RESURRECTION. [CONTRIBUTED.] [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 14 May 1914

VEUSE. notice'of intended political kesullrection. [CONTRIBUTED. ] Moloney. — P. J. Moloney, tho beloved friond of tho unselfish, whose political life ended on May 31st, 1913, through criminal carelessness, is about to be restored to us, We hear our postnmn coming, Seo his shadow in the gloom. Does ho bring us hope or sadness In this lovely crescent moon ! 'Tis a message from Bonalla— Our souls are carried high, For Parker John has whispered : "To bo your member I will try." —Written and inserted by Live aud Help to Live.

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