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THE RAINFALL. The following local guage readings for the current year are supplied by Mr Playle:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 May 1914

'I'SID' KAISFAM. The following; local (hiuro readings for the current year aro supplied by Mr l'layle :— Junuary .. .. .. 1-G3in. Fabruury .. .. .. OOiiin. March .. .. .. 2i)3in. April .. .. .. 273in.

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRYONG PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. EXECUTIVE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 May 1914

COKKYONG PKOGKESS ASSOCIATION. EXECUTIVE MEETING. The monthly meeting of the execu tive of the Progress Association was held at tho Cmiri-v Ofiioe, Corryong, ou Monday eveuiue. The following members were present :—Messrs A. Harris (chairman), Brown, Hamilton, Playle, Peake, Davis, Greenhill, Cum mins and A. Bartlett (lion, secretary), also Cr. H. Nankervis. Apologies for absence were received from Mr Campbell and Cr. Cronin. Minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From Shire of Towong, stating (in reply to association's request) that arrangements would be made to have the street-lamps in Corryong lit on all nights when there was no moonlight, except during the months of Decem ber, January and February. — Re ceived. From same, re Corryong Water Supply, forwarding correspondence re ceived from the State Rivers Commis sion.—Cr Nankervis said a petition from 85 Thougla ratepayers in op position to the scheme had, been re ceived at tho last council meeting, a...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 May 1914

KSFi,E SJSOO'a'iKiM. The annual Teams' Match was fired on Wednesday, 420th itwt;., between team* from Walwa and LJ.M.H. elub*. Although the day wan cloudy, the li^hr was fairly* even, and some fair shouting was done. A dainty medal, presented to the visiting Loam, was won by JS. Kverard, who also was top scorer for the day with 37—75. The conditions were seven men a/ide, and ui-llt shots al 500 and UO" yards. Lunch was provided by the club at noon. A number of ladies enjoyed afternoon tea on llie range al tf.JH). A sweepstake at the running target was lired during the after noon, and was won by J. II. Ross, after a f-Jatot. o:i". Results of the match are as follows :— UPPEU MUHUAY. 500yds. 600yds. T'l. 11. A. Harris ... 39 35 71 11. Harris ... 37 35 72 A. Uliiir ... 30 34 70 11. Taylor ... 37 33 70 C. .). ],.'Hlc! ... 37 32 B9 K. 11. Uml ... 3S 23 01 T. C. Davis (capl.) ... 33 27 60 Totnl ... •170 WALWA. K. Iivcraril 38 37 75 0. Milium. ... 38 33 71 S. ]'. iivcraril (capt.) 35 31 GO...

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IMMIGRATION. INCREASING DIFFICULTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 May 1914

IllinUGKAl'ION. INCREASING DIFFICULTIES. Some uneasiness has been expressed, because of the difficulty being c-x perienced in London in securing suit able immigrants tor Victoria, at the fact that the Government is committed to fill 14,000 berths this year. The . contract price for these is close on £200,000, and whether the berths are occupied or not the State has to pay for .them. Provided they are, the immigrants, of course, have to pay their quota, which is by no means an inconsiderable one. Up to the pre sent the officials in London have managed to fill each steamer leaving, but there is ample evidence that it has been a great strain to do so. In the case of the steamer Irishman about 180 boys were drafted on hoard to occupy berths intended for adult settlers, owing fco the latter class of immigrant being difficult to obtain. Whilst admitting that the situation is a difficult one to deal with, because of the decline in immigration, the authorities at this end believe that all t...

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TOWONG TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 May 1914

TO WONG TUKK CLUB.' , A meeting of the committee of tho j Towong Turf Club wan held at Corrynng I on Saturday last, Mr J. Pierce presiding. The secretary (Mr Acocks) submitted a statement of accounts showing a profit of £135 from the recent raoe meeting. An honorarium of £5/3/ was voted to Mr .1. Blair for his services as handicapper. Correspondence was road from the Noith Eastern District Racing Association, and it was decided to fail in with a proposal niiido by the Gorryong ltacing Clul), that the association bit offered a lump sum of i £15/10/ per annum to cover expenses of administraticn, handicapper anil siipon diary steward. Committee meeting of the Corryong Football Club at .lager's Hotel on Saturday nest, at S.30 p.m. While racing previously, Trafalgar was regularly insured. The champion was carefully examined recently us to his present state of health, hy tiie insurance company, with a view to the renewal of the policy. The horse was found to be thoroughly sound in all res...

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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 — 28 May 1914

TIIE MARKETS. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Bv Wire.] Wednesday, 6 p.m. Messrs Mnthieson and Davis, of St James' Buildings, Williums-atroot, Mel bourne, wire us ns follows :— Fat Cattlo.—2,450 yarded, comprising 150 from N.S.W., 050 from North East, 550 from Gippsland, *190 from South Gippsland, 210 from North, and 200 from West. The market opened at about Into rates, but the supply proving to be in ex- 1 cess of requiremonts prices afterwards declined, in most classes to from 10/ to 15/ under last week's hiijh values. Prime pens of bullocks made £1-1 to i.'15 ; extra, to £18 ; odd beasts, to £19/12/6 ; good, ] £11 to £12/5/ ; Rood, light and handy, | £9/10/ to £10/10/ ; seconds and inferior, j £7. Prime cows, £10 to £11/2/6; good, £'7/10/ to £8 ; others, from £1/10/. Fat Calves. — 580 penned. Prices were slightly firmer. Fat Sheep. — 18,GOO ynrdod. The market opened brisk at a slight improve ment on late values, quickly firming to i from Gd to 1/ above last week's quota* tions. Closing sales...

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SPORTING NOTES. HISTORICAL HORSE RACE OF THE SIXTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 May 1914

SPORTING NOTES. HISTORICAL HORSE RACE OF THE .SIXTIES. Muuy arguments have from time to time arisen in connection with tliu contestants, the riders, &c., in the great ten mile nice at Wii^ji racecourse on Wednesday, November IStli, IfiliS. Tliu following particulars of the event reprinted from the Wagga "Advertiser" of November :21st, IStiS, may be of interest to many readers who are not conversant, with tnrf history away back 50 years ago. Description of the race : — Tkn- Milk Kaoi: .000. II. J. ISowler's br h Australian (W. Yoeman) ... ... 1 R. Grosvenor's e g Comet (owner) ... 2 \V. J. l'.owren's br in Riverina •'(owner) ... ... ... 3 Jas. Gormsly's b g Camel (owner) ... 4 W. A. Mitchell's Jerry Sneak (S Lin tott), W. J. Mitchell's Gbiucus (J. Tliurtle), W. J. liowren's Helium (P. J. M'AIister), W. Flood's Triolus (A. linker), W. l'\ Waller's (iroongal (S. Laiighlin), Black Franklin's Empire (IJlaclc 1'ranklin), J. Wauby's Cotherstone (J. E. Warby) and J. Mitchell's lirot...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 May 1914

Public Notice. The Winter Season's . . Goods . . NOW ON SHOW AT CAMPBELL'S. ^LL DEPARTMENTS are well 4 . stocked ]ip in the Latest and Newest Shapes, Styles and Designs possible. 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. ® ® @ ® ® 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. ® ® ® Don't forg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 May 1914

E'litilic. Rolici c c <n , "ft" i ti ' • Uqrryoag itoiei: I eJ O 7 COKKYONG. . ... 11. . E ERE BY notifies that ho 1ms taken over the abive well known hotel, and hopes by strict attention to th« v.vyiirciivmts of p'Urons ami keeping only the bps;t brands of liquors to merit n contiuuanc:; of the support nac-'irilod hia predecessor. 3 isst-class Billiard Table, marker in altcndam-n. Every attention paid to requirements or Tourists and Travellers. GOOD GRAZING PADDOCKS & STABLiNG. ; Stopping-place for CRA.WFOUD & OO.'S OOA.GHES,.■■■.■which leave this hotel daily (Sundays excepted) :;' ; , . for TalhmgaUii. / ■ T^rCorpyoijg Coffea Palace, MISS E. E. HILL, P30P3IBTEBS3. • ABOVE well known house ot accommodation has been renovated throngb ^ out; and patrons may roly'upon their requirements receiving every-attention. . Reasonable tisriff: Two tallies, Piano. Bath. Good Stabling. Well Equipped .Billiard Boom. Efficient Marker. fisr: HAIRDRESSER'S 3AL00N on the pr...

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SCHOOL COMMITTEES. The following ladies and gentlemen have been appointed members of School Committees in this district:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 May 1914

SCHOOL COMMITTEES. The following latiie-s .and gentlemen have been ;i]>[iointe<l muniliurs of School Com mittees in this district:— K0K'i'0N-(;.—Mrs ,J. Couglilan, Mrs G. E'hilbt'y, Messrs D. Iveady, K. Rankins, E. Hempenstftll, J. O'LoujjIilan and 1\ llangan. BEMtlNGAMA.—Messrs J. H. Boyd, T. Nugent, juti., Jas. Nugent, Joseph Ottv, Frank Laverty, Sydney Jeftcott and Mark Coulston. Uppkr Tiiougla.— Messrs Geo. Carter,. J. J. M'Geelian, Sydney Lunt und Cliaa. Cadman. Naiukl.—Mrs Cecily M'Namara, Mra Anna Siiupsou, Mrs Minnie Attree, Messrs M. M'Namara, Tlios. Simpson, Percy At-, tree and Win. Hodgson.

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THE Corryong Courier. THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 May 1914

TUB | QEurituttitfl OCumiiqr. | — o T3UBSDAY, MAY 28, 191i. For the causo that lucks assistance, For tlio wrongs that need resistance, For the futuro in the dist i ice, And the good that \v<; c in do. Revision Court. — Attention is directed to the fact that a Revision Court will bo held at Tallangatta on 5'-h prox., to revise the special and general list of state electors for the Towong Division of Benambra. Enroll at O.n'oh.—Persons who re ceived cards to fill in so that their names would bo included on the Federal rolls, and have not yet sent them in, are requested to do so at once. Persons whoso names are not on the rolls should sue that they are included at once. Delinquents are liable to prosecution. Mail Contracts.—Tenders are in vited, returnable by 9th Junt for Tal langatta - Oorryong and Tallangatta Mitta mail services. In the local service tenders for motor conveyance will receive consideration. These services were advertised in November last, and it was reporte...

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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 May 1914

POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where' tlio term "Tlio Common wealth" is used in connwtio" with these rates and lobulations it iiiolndes I'apiift, Lord Howe lshiiij, and NorJoIlt Island.] LKJTEKS. For every J ounce or !ruction tlioreol. For delivery within the Common wealth 0 1 For delivorv in tho British Em pire .. o 1 For delivery in tho Nov Hebrides, 13auks, and 'Jorres Islands ..0 2 For delivery in other pji'-cio .... 0 25 LETTISH CAM'S For delivery within the C</inmonwealtli Single, Id. each; reply, Id. each half. For delivery in the llntit.'i hinihro (see list oi places under "Letters ')—Sin gle, Id. each. • For delivorv in New Hebrides, Hanks, and Torres islands—single, L'd.each. For delivery in other jjl.w:es— Single, 'Jid. each. POST CA11LS. Single Postcard* imp: eased with tho Id. stamp, and liepiy or double cards, each hall of which has tie Id. staniy impressed thereon, may he transmitted to places within the Commonwealth, aiui to those places, enumerated uiidet ...

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MULTUM IN NUCE. Corryong cattle sales on Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 May 1914

IM .NJICK. Corryori" on Saturday. "Woods' uicat I -,are, 1/6. Mr C. B. Koiiia will visit Corrvon- on Saturday.. See advt. fur; dates. ° ' Annual Oddfellows' Sports on 8t|i jane , I'rogmnime appears on page four. Wealing sale at Corryoug on 10f.li pros, on account of Mr W. liaynes. Sue advt. ' Sir Konald iMunro-Ferguson, new Go week-1'8"6''111' Ian'led -,Ielbounic 1'Wt Cost of proposed water storage scheme at Ciiuilieroona, on Upper .Uurrav. is estimated at £1,353,000. The price of tin lias declined £0 per ton Last week's price was £150/5/, this beim> the lowest ior fonr years. " Tallangatta railway line is now litted-up with electric staff apparatus, which makes for further safety of traffic. Gillaux, the French airman, gnve a mar vellous exhibition of flying in Albury on Saturday jn a Bleriot monoplane. At Oobrwu, Albert Kichier, hairdresser, was lined £2Q and £3/18/4 costs for haviu" used his shop for bottiu^ purposes, * A bi-weekly;motor service is now runn ing between Wugga u...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 May 1914

I'or ("liiMionV Ihu-kin^ Cou^'li atNighl-, \V«>!>'1»' Crral I,«?|>}>urmint Cure, !,f>. A'iont S') muii aro employed 1<y tin AH.ion (Juarryin;? Company on a r«»a»l hum \Yarran«lyte I iri«i;_re to The ratepayer- in thai portion of |*"iifi<l«>tvs shit c ajijnj'i'iai<_• the work, hut ure wnmler in^ how mm-h they an; to Ik; taxv<l to pay for il, «s».rli mile eo-l in;.: ClXuu, ui-arly the eo*l <>! u lijjl't pennatu'nl railway. One step won't take you very f;>r— You've jjrot to k•:o\) on walking ; One void won't tell Tolks what you are— You've to keep on talking ; One inch won't mala' you very tall— You've ^ot to keep on growing ; One little " ml." won't ilo it all — You've uot to keep 'cui goiiio'. i

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JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 May 1914

JUNI011S. A mutch woo plriycd betwoon the Cor ryoug and Cudgewa (school tontus on Saturday, resulting iu a win for the homo teuin. . Scores :—■ Corryong, 2 goals 5 behinds, Ctidge'wn, 1 goai 1 bchiud. Conryong's goals woro kickad by V. Crawford and H. M'Donoiiijh, and Cud gowa'a by E. Nnnltervis. It. A. Bakor umpired satisfactorily.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 May 1914

I'tililic ftoiice. £fr-■«••--- v -'•-■?< WELL-KPJOWM IPS®"] •w*' ii di ii U ti u 'J TESTS FY TO ipb n ^ n r*>. ff1 r n *zp-fp\ fifeA 8 UULM ILiN fl p fcrcivrti from Nurse Catherine Knrlin^, 176 Davis-street, North rfc. 29/3; 12. in which »!ie clai:ns Clements Tonic restored her diiugiilcr to health. Read each word : CLEMENTS T0r<320 Ea7£3.p ' " I am writing of the great good Clements Tonic did i?.y daughter. Early in January last year, she y/c.s operated upon in hospital for appendicitis. She was eight weeks there, and came home very weak and rir.n down. I purchased ■"•e/cral bottles of Clements Tonic lo give her a course. IT soon strengthened her nerves, and she was as well as I cculJ wish her befsre loaj. St . is fourteen ycr.rs ago that I first used Cements Tonic, and in my profession as a nurse I have rcccm-ncnded that raedicine times out of number. I have seen pec-pie re stored to health and strength, and ELE35 THE DAY THEY liEAFii) OF CLEMENTS TONIC. T...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 May 1914

FOOTBAI.L. P!" , Lost. Points. Curifjewa... : ' 0 4 Wfthviv ... 1.0 4 Corryong ... 1 0 1 0 Federals ... 1 0 10

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WABBA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 May 1914

WABBA. FJtOil A COKKKSPOND1SNT. Death has removed from our midst an old and much respocted resident in Mr Jno. Nichoi. Mr Nicliol wa.i pros trated with a severe turn of influenza in the early part of last month, but under Dr. Greenhain's care he improved. Later, however, serious complications arose, and the patient was removed to Victoria Cottage Hospital, Corryong, whence under the doctor's advice he was taken to Albury (by motor} tor the purpose of an operation. It w;;s known at the time that the operation was one of the most critical, but it was the only chance for life. The patient did not survive, dying on Sunday evening, at the age of 78 years. Mr Nichoi was 1 native of the North of England, and ar rived in the State as a young man, reaching the golri fields of Allan's Flat and YacUandandah in their early days of prosperity. Later Mr Nichoi <v?'it to the Fiji Island, remaining there for some years, when he returned to Allan's Flat. About thirty-six years ago Mr Nich...

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WALWA BEATS CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 May 1914

WALWA BEATS CORUYONQ. Corryong and Walwa teams mot on the Walwa ground on Saturday. Walwa was fully represented, but Corryong played throo men short. A very friendly game resulted. Tho play was fast and even, but Walwa bold tho uppor hand all through. The final scores woro Wahva, 8 goals 12 bchinds. Corryong, 1 goal 2 behiuds, Harry had charge of Walwa toam, and C. Shec.ther Bkippered Corryong. Goal kickers were :—Walwa, F. M'.Meekin (2), Eade (2), Smith (2), \V. Drummond and Hicks; Corryong, J. Hamilton. The best work for tho winners was done by Harry and Stephenson (ruck), Hicks and Drummond (rack and forward) and Hunt and Eade (forward). Corryong's most useful men were J. Hamilton, itobinson and H. Waters (ruolt)i Shoather and A. Waters (back). C. Harris did a lot of good work, and H. Nankorvis, Latimer and G. Hamilton showed improved form. P. White as field umpire gave general satisfaction.

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UPPER MURRAY FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. OPENING OF THE SEASON. CUDGEWA DEFEATS THE FEDERALS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 May 1914

Ul'PElt MURRAY .FOOTBALL . ASSOCIATION. Ol'ENING OF THE SEASON. CUDGEWA DEFEATS THE FEDERALS. The opening matches of tho U.M.F.A. fixtures were played oil Saturday last. An interesting game was witnessed on Knight's Oval, Corrynng, wlu-n Cudgewa ami tlio Faderals met. Cudgewa was dubious about its prospect of raising a teiira this year, and a win for the Federals was anticipated ; but the result was a surprise, tho visitors winning by 3(3 points tu iiO. Tho final scores woro :— Cixlgowu, 5 goals 0 bohinds. Federals, 4 goals (j bohinds. W. Sharp captained tho visitors, and Clam, lliil the home team. Goal-kickers wore :—Cudgo.va, W. Sharp (2), J. M'Ken/.io (2) and G. Humphrey ; Federals, Clem. Hill (2), Col. Hill ami J. Whitehead. W. Sharp played a useful game for Cudgewa, and oLliers who Khowod out were Ernie Sharp, 1'. Briggs, i'A. Thomas nnd F. Thomas. Tho best worlt for the Federals was done by 1'. Whitehead, A. Mildren, Col. and Clem. Hill tuid ,T. M'lllreu. W. Hamilton um pired ...

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