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THE SENATE SELECTION. RESULT OF THE BALLOT. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 May 1914

TiSJJ vsm: mklgctiox. HKoULX Ui'' TilK DALLOT. The Liberal Senate pro-eloeMon was coinplete.1 last \vui'k,iuii aiiur 11 mooting of the nub-committee in charge cf tho ij;illot, coii-istin;; of the prD.~iilo.it5 of tho three Liberal len^uts, tho foltuv/mi; an iicit'iL'i'i'iont was ii.iuo l :—"Wo certify that U-.j count of Uic hallo' taken under tho auspices of tho combined Liberal 1 S'or tho .-election of six Liberal to eontc-it the no:;! Sonata eb cii-iU, in the ovont of a double disjoin ti-.it!, v.--,.- tlii.-; day oonitloted ut the :ootns of the Constitutional Union, and voaulted i-i tho candidates b.ing piaced in the fol lowing order :— 1. Senator JI'Coll. 2. Mr \V. il. lidyar. y. Mr .T. IlumoCook. i. Mr W. J. M'Lean. 5. Mr W. A. Tronsvith. 6. Mr Smuuol Mauser. 7. Mr J. T. Pucker. S. Sir Henry Weedon. 9. Mr Charles Gavan Duffy. 10. Mi A. J. J. at. Ledgor. 11. Mr A. G. Morloy. 12. Mr T. Martin. 13. Mr A. W. Gloncross. 1-1. Mr W. Wilson. lj. Mr N. O'Brien. IS. Mr II. N. G.'.rrington...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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FIXTURES. May 23rd. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 May 1914

J'JXTHHICS. M:iy ilnl. ; Walwa v. Corryo:i;j; j KeileraU- v. Cml^wa. J .Jum; IHh. 1 Cmi^tr-va v. Walwa | Corryong v. Fcilumls. June KJtli. Waluav. i'Vik'iuls | Ourryuiu; v. Cud^nva. :20th. Corryunjs v. Walv.a j a v. I'cil'-ia!.-"-. .(uly -till. Walv.a v. C .Inly 11th. Foli-rul* v. Wahvu | Cm'.jtcwu v. (.'orryniij.'. All in:'t'"1 k'-1 ".vil 1 lie-pl.-iyod on gimiu'i • f I'U'st-IKll'.lril .-hill.

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VICTORIA COTTAGE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 May 1914

V 5 V T 4 > E £ 1A UOS^i'D'AL,. {lie maal monthly meet in;; of Victoria i lospltal comtniUL'O was held Jit the keciory on Dtli in-t., the following i beinu' p;e-ent, viz., Rev. i\ 11. Peako J (chairman), Mi<s S. Waiors, and Messrs (''.minims Harris, Humphrey, i'layit; ;iri'l T. lirmvn (Imn, sec retary). Tim minutes of previous meeting as read wl-yh confirmed. Aa apdo^y from Mrs iilairand correspondence was received. ; Nurv; Mino^'tie reported a> follows :— Adm:-dons during month, 1 : discharged, i li ; deaths, 1 paLieni* aL present remain i;sg, 1. Account* were p.i-sed for pay ment amounted to .CIO;'10, o. The sec retary* reported receipts (^inscription:? and ho.-pirat foes) for month amounting to i-51 /7,G, the same being placed in tin* banlc. Also t hat he had gone up Nariel Creek collecting, and the amount received was very satisfactory. Miss Waugn wrote st.atiag thai at Jierringama they Jiail de cided to have; a concert and hail in aid of the Hospital instead of...

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FOOTBALL. ASSOCIATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 May 1914

1>0«'E'«AS<!L,. ASSOCIATJ ON jMUJiTJ N G.' A meeting c.i the Upper .Murray Foot hall Association was held at .hirer's Hotel, Corryon^, on Thursday evening. 'L'hive tle/e«at.;s were jire.-util from each eluh, and the president (Mr HartieU) .occupied dm chair. It was decided to atliiiate witli the Victorian League. (Jnd^ewa delegate* stated, that their eluh w.Ti d.\—olvin^ and desired to withdraw from the a s.u iation. After a lengthy <li>oii^-sicii it \va.-« divided that permission lo withdraw he refused, a< the arrangements for the year had h.-i-n made. Walwa dr!ej;aUi-» supported Cud ^ewu'.s request, and ('orrv<>n^ and Kederal delegatus opp'^ed it. Tin: application waJ refused on tile casting vole of the chair man. [We have sinr.e heon informed that Cud • rewji's di!iicu!'.'«;s have been nvereome, and the fixtures n> originally framed will accordingly ho ^om on with.J

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DONATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 May 1914

DONATiOXS. iMr I»rown acknowledges the following donations:—Mrs C. II. Tuylor ami Mrs' Win. Whitehead, old linen ; Mrs Dennett*, fruit ; Mrs tiny, butter ; .Tin. Kosa, liu of huney.

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THINGS IN GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 May 1914

THSaXGS IN «BNG»iAL. Evan from opium smuggling the rovoniic of the Commonwealth is falling. During tho last quarter of 1913 opium to the valno of £582 was seized, mid £256 was paid in penalties by people found in il. lu^al possession of. the driig. Assuming tho opium was sold ntits ostimatod value, tho 'Government consequently gained £938, of which'JE46/10/ was paid to in formers and'policemen. During the first quarter of this year the valno of tho opiuui seizod was only £147, but .£893 was recoverod in penalties, making : n total of £1340, of whioh £'32 was. paid in rewards.. Tliroo years h'avo elapsed since Elindurs strcet Btution was awarded tho distinction,' on expert authority, of boinj»: tho busiest station in tho nmverso: Its reputation as such was built up on figures which were the outcome of u spocial tally ordered by the Commissioners of passengers enter ing and leaving its portals. 1'ho daily averago of passengors passing through the wickets wa9 computed at 165,997. With ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 May 1914

I'liliiic tVo.iice. the No Resident of tho District CAN AFFORD to do without His District News paper. It is tho only means by wliioh tho pcoplo of the district can keep in touch with tho affairs in which thoy aro personally interested. The City dailies aud weeklies aro all very well for thoso who wish to keep posted upon affairs of State and of tho world. Hut does not a comparatively trilling event in our Q.wn iH'i^hhoiirhood loom much larger in our eyes than the downfall of; a Nation on tho other sitlo of the world? Tho local newspaper that gives all tho nows of its own town and District— all tho doings of its j>eop!o ami the hap penings—is therefore the Newspaper that holds first place in tho regard of all who take a healthy interest in their surroundings. In addition to tho personal claim the district Newspaper possesses it gives veiy real advantages from a business standpoint. Whether in business in the town or on the .laud it is of the utmost imj>ortaneo to have a knowled...

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TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. MEETING DATES FOR 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 May 1914

' t(uvos<; siukes cotwx'ir.. MEETING DATES FOR 10.1-1. •Tunc Sell. July 6th. August 3nl iu>d 31st. September 2Sth. October, nil. November 2nd and 30th. Printed ftnd published by A. T. Bartlett, SoIb Proprietor, m the ollice, Hanson strcct. Corryong, in the State of Victoria.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 May 1914

Public Noticc. NOW ON SHOW AT J^LL DEPARTMENTS are well stocked up in the Latest and Newest Shapes, Styles and Designs possiblec The Ladies have been well catered for. A fine range of Dresses, Blousings, Golfers' Skirts, Blouses, Underclothing, also the famous D. and A. Corset, made in three distinct shapes for small, medium and stout figures, advertised in all leading papers. ■ @ W @ ■& ® Ladies' and Children's Boots and Shoes, in all the newest and 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. ® ® © © © v Don't forget to see our values...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 May 1914

FciMic ong COKKYONG-. K. T-r 1ST T f± T-T T i-V. IN XX -k jgrEREny notifies that ho hn$ taken over the ah by strict attention to the requirements p iti well known hotel, and hopes ami keeping only the best brands of liquors to marit a continuance of ihc support accorded his predecessor. luist'Class Billiard Table, marker in attendance. Every attention paid to requirements ot Tourists and Travellers. GOOD GRAZING PADDOCKS & STABLING. Stopping place for CRAWFORD & CO."S COACHES, which V leave this hotel daily (Sundays excepted) for Tallaugatta. MISSE. E.HILL, PROPRIETRESS. HE ABOVE well known house ol accommodation has been renovated through out, ami patrons miiy ro!y upon their requirements receiving every attention. Reasonable i&iiff. Two tables. Piano. Hath. Good Stabling. Wkll Equu'I'KD Billiard Room. EfFICIUnI' MaRKKB. t3sT HAIRDRESSER'S oALOON on the promises. TrNTALDKA Hotel. j F. P. Lucas, Licensee. First-class Accommodation for Tivivuilors. J3est brand...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 May 1914

'PjIVJNE Services will bo lioM on Sunday next lis follow : — P!!Ksitvri-:i:r.\N Ciuau-.ti, Walwn, 11 ii.m. ; Jin^ellie, 3 p.m. ; Ournio, 7 p.m.—Rev. J. 0. Uonltur. Choucii OF F.N.'a.VNtl, BorriiiS'im!i, 11 n.m. ; Cmlgnwn, p.m. ; Corryony, 7 p.m.—Huv. I'. II. PeiUco, Th.L. Mktiiodist Ciia'-.-'.u. Upper Thou^'l.i, U n.m. ; Thnuijlu, !3 p.m. ; Cud^owii, 7 p.m.—Mc W. II. Collom.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 May 1914

Izi Fn Bail hut loving memory of onr ucir Brother ami U:u-h>, J:m:ns TCm'Io, who du'd at Cu'-liiL-v/n, T.Ifiv 19'h, 1011. Also our bflovi'il Son t\ml jjrother, Churiio ISvuns, who \v;is killed :it tiydney, Mny 10th, 1913. l*;ir buyoii'l thi.i v/orll .if «h-»»v;o», I'.tl" 1!; ■ I t'lt* >V'>rM ^ W«* iiriJJ lni-1 <»:»• :ui--ja r :na-.uro.-? la our M v.< iv.i UJ.x. —Insarioil by D. uiul P. Evans and family. Bcrciivcitifiul Koticc. MR G. K. JEPnCOTT return;; thanks to all friends {or their kiivi sympathy, letters and cards in his rcceni sad bereave ment. "Wurm.iton;;," Tintaldra.

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THE NEW CURE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 May 1914

Tim kkw ctiBfj. The paraffin cra/.e is spreading over Maoril^nd like the coming winter. Large quantities of tiie refined, liquid oil are being swallowed in the belief that this deordorised first cousin to kerosene is capable of curing everything from Brsciil'r. r.Min;>laint to common corns. Tin; s'.!tfrt;;.itU! sex is going specially Strang oil tli2 new eu.e, and, in Auckland particularly, an enorous sile, at fancy prices, for this oil is springing; up. Doctors started the cra;e by ordering doses of the lubricant for indigestion, and, ol course, the glad news that it worked wonde.-s soon tl-w up and down and in and out ami all round ;;bout. "Try para!fi:i. my dear." is now the stock advice at tea-sipping and j;r)s;;ip contests, and anyone who doesn't consume oil like an engine these days is looked upou as being very ancient noods indeed. Doctors are now loudly protesting that the he-it cnreail is still ,:l!x reise," with a hig E ; b-.it point out that if you eat too much dinner a...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. SATURDAY, 9TH MAY. [Before Messrs Cronin and Acocks, Js.P.] DEBT OSES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 May 1914

'COURT OF PET'fy SESSIONS. ■ Satubday, 9xn Ma*. < [Before Messrs Cronin and Aoooks, Ja.P.] . DEBT OSES. . , ' E. G. Thomas V; B. Mann.—Appli cation foe commitment under the. Fraudulent Debtors' Act in respect of u court order for £-1/10/1, part of, which - remained • unsatisfied."— Air.' v.Hood appeared for complainant, and -on his application the case' was ad journed to 80»h inst. F. B. Everard v. H. E. Nicholls.— Claim for £1/11/3, for work and labor done and goods supplied.—Mr Dalgety appeared for complainant, and on his : application tha case was withdrawn. F. J. Smith v. A. Blyth.—Claim for £11/7/0, for lodging and money lent. The summons had not been served, ,and Mr Dalgety (for complainant) obtained its extension to 30th iasfc. The annuiil installation of ollicers of the Henatnbra .Masonic Lodge, Tallangatta, was ;iuld on Wednesday, Kith hut., when the ceremony of -dedication of the new - Masonic temple was performed. The M.W. the Grand Master (Dr. C. Carty feafmon...

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THE RAINFALL. THE YEARS' RECORDS. Following are the records of the rainfall for 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912 and 1913:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 May 1914

the: §mi3pai.i,. THE YEAIiS' RECORDS. Following aro tho roconla of tho rain fall for 1905, 1906,' 1007, 1903, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912 mid 1913 90 85 05-65 i.8-18 5A-85 85-08 80-A8 88-B5 05-88 0A-08 1-8-5 Zf-f re 9 68-5 5A-0 LLO U-f 60-5 Zf-\ •03Q 9i0 05-f 66-1 T8-G l'J-0 OL-X 0L-8 Bi-t 18-0 "A0M 18 8 i'J-l or-t U'-5 9ou 68-1 LZ-l 98-8 61'-^ ■ia0 09-5 89-8 89-T n-z 991 69-8 85-1 n-f 98-5 :90 5 T9-5 86-0 8P-5 9T'-S 58-1 91-5 86-5 59-1 •any 55-T 8MJ 8 Mi ?S-8 90-5 Ti-t 8L-5 SI'-8 08-G 96 0 91-8 06-5 09-5 1L-9 86-8 56-1 S9-l> 5A-9 omif S-:M> 850 56;E 80-5 18-5 88 5 96-0 98-8 5i-5 .<»K 19 0 55-1 60-0 80-0 58-8 8A-T 91-5 £8-1 09-1 1!-"'V I'M' 80-1 81-T' fc'S-Z L8-8 T8-0 19-T 88-9 i6-0 6'J-X iO-T' 90-1 5L-I *6-f 90-5 8A-0 8M •q»a 09 5 l-t-0 A6-5 90-5 81-1 fil-5 08-1 'UN 18-5 •U«l 8161 E-IGI II6T 0I6X 6061 8061 i06l 9061 C06I

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WODONGA HORSE SALE. YOUNGHUSBAND, ROW AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 May 1914

"7 "WPDONGA HO KSE SALEr^'.'V YOUNG HUSBAND, ROW AND CO. '/ Report having held a largo nri>I successful sulci of-horses at Woiiongn oil 7th and 8th May. Over 400 head woro' entered, A. great many buyers were in attendance.. Heavy draughts sold to £42/10/; farm horses, to'£33/10/ ; medium draughts, to .£25; delivery horses, to £27 ; Indian remounts nnd gunners, to <£'29 ; . ponies, 14J to 14.J- bunds, to £25/10/; pony pairs,-, to £ 13 ; buggy pairs, to ±'45 ; hacks, to £29 ; ordinary saddle and harness horses, from £12 to £22. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 May 1914

For ChiMicii'd Iliu-Uing Cough at Night, Wooilfi' (ircut Peppermint (Jure, I/O. One step won't take you very (ar— You've go*.'ic'<!P 011 walking ; One word won't tell folks what you are— You've got to keep on talking ; One inch won't make you very tall— You've got to keep on growing ; One little " ad." won't do it all— You've got to keep 'em going. Tlie champion nieing pony, Unly Argylc, died (in I he eteainer on the way lo India. |

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THE TALLANGATTA TRAIN SERVICE. The following the existing time table for trains leaving Tallangatta:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 May 1914

Tain TAM-AttCiA'a'TA TISAIN KUSCVUJS2. The following tlio existing time table for trains le.ivin;' TiiUuniiiittii Mornlay ... 10.45 it.in. Tuesday ... 8,30 a.m. Wo'lnoyiuy ... 10.45 a.m. Thursday 0.50 a.m. Friday ... 10.'15 a.m. Saturday 0.50 a.m.

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UPPER MURRAY TIMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 May 1914

. trPPEII MirKKAY. 1'BMBEK. Mr District Forester Williams (says our Tumbarumba contemporary) has al woys held tha opinion that certain of tho valuable timbers of other conutries conld be planted in this locality with advantage, viz.. A.raorican hiekor'y, aah, English oak and ash, and walnut. Ho ha3 scon a few samples growing on tho tntilo-laud, and their growth hag been most .vigorous. He informs us that on ii recent visit to tho Upper Murray district ho was shown a plantation of foreign troes which are an objoct lesson to Australia, tho Forestry Department included. ..Some forty five years ago .Mr Jephcott took up land and started a plantation, evidently obtaining 'seed and treos from various parts of the world ; several hundred^crees ace growing' -on the.plot. Mr Williams had - not time into particulars and dutC3,^but ;-waa '^mnctfritiiprossocT' "'with"^KroSf"?IA.tuoric,a"rf redwood trees, two in this plantation and one at Ouruie homestead. The one ; at Ournie, planted about twent...

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ALBURY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 21 May 1914

ALBUPY PRODUCE MARKET. Tho Alburv Wool and Produce Brokers (Messrs Yonnghaj-band, iio<v and Co.. Pty. Ltd., Coiquhonn's Co-oporative Sell ing and Agtmoy Co. Lid., Dalgety and Co. Ltd., Miilhieson and Duvis) report holding their usual monthly snlo of wool, sheepskins, hides, tallow, furs, etc., lit tho; Albury Town Hall on- Friday last. TKo nttendanco of buyers was excoptionully lanjo., Quotations :—Wool. — Crossbrod crutchings, to 0^1 ; fleece, to 9£d. Sheepskins. — Well-grown crossbred, to 8 1-8J ; merino, well grown, to 7ifd ; lauib skins, to 8 l-8d. Hides.—13e6t but eliers' to 8d for nil weights ; dry; to 9-Jil ; calf skins, to lid. Tallow.—Best but oiinrs' in .pipes, to £'25 ; casks, to £23(10/. Furred Skins.—Best fresh-caught rabbit skins, to lid ; with heads, to 9d. Best fox skins, to 90/; seconds, to 48/.

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