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WODONGA MARKET. DALGETY AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 May 1914

WODONGA. MARKET. DALGETY AND CO. Conducted their fortnightly market at Wodonga on 19th inst., wlion their yard ing comprised 125 fat cattle, 302 store cattle, and a small number of fat sheep. The attendance of purchasers was a fairly good' one. Thoy quoto :—Bullocks, to £10/151 ; heifers, to £9/15/ vealers, to £4/9/; iyr.-old bullooks, to £6/18/ ; cows, to £5/6/ ; sprinsjors, to £7/9/. Crossbred wethers, 4-cootli, to 23/9.

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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WALWA MARKET. YOUNGHUSBAND, ROW AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 May 1914

WALWA MARKET. YOUXGHUSBAXD, KOW AND CO. Report having held their usual monthly sule of fat and store stock at their Walwn yards on 21st inst., when they offered 2B0 fat and store emtio and 1103 sheep. There was a fairly good yarding of cattle forward, a good proportion of which were poddies and young steers, the balance be ing-principally young bullocks. No aged bullocks wore penned. Thoro was a good attendance of buyers present, and com petition was brisk throughout. They had the satisfaction of making a total clear ance of a nice yarding of cattle at full ruling rates. They also sold at auction and privately the whole of the sheep yarded, with the exception of about 230 head. They quote:—Fat eows. to £8/11/ j fat heifers, to .£6/10/ ; bullocks, rising 8 year-old, to £5/17/ ; steers, 2-year-old, to £4/131 ; steers, 16 months, to £8/17/ ; steers, 1-year-old, to A'2/18/ ; cows, dry, nged, to £1/15/;-heifers, dry,,in forward condition, to i.'fl/6/ ; cows, with calves at foot, to I'G/1...

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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 — 28 May 1914

TUB It VB.M'AI.J. THE YEARS' RECORDS. | ■ Following are the rccorils of the rain fall Tor 1905, 1906, 1907, 1008, 1909, 1910,. 1911, 1912 rind 1918. s— CO So 05*G5 iG TS'Si 8S 6S*Cl83Sfc»"88'fl?' 08*88• 0£b8 185 5F-T* T8S GS-5 51 0 iiO U-f G0-5 5M •33Q SL'O 05-f 6G-I 18-8 u--o 0i*I Oi-8 Si* 18*0 "A0N 18 8 T'S-I OM 1T--5 95-5 08-1, LZ-l 98-8 6M> G9-5 8S-8 ne-i T'f-5 99 r 05*8 85*1 n-v 98*5 •aclag 90S TO 5 86-0 Sfr-5 9f-Q 53 I 91-5 86-5 5S-1 •Kiiy 55-1 8f*-5 8T--8 ,fS*« 90-5', Ti-I CI-5 CV-8 08-S CGO 9t-8 08 5 09-5 \Ti-Q' 80-8 56-1 SC-T' 5i*S 9"unf ULf 65 0 56-5 80-5 18 5, 88-5 96-0 S8-8 5i-5 '.CnjV 1<J 0 551 60-0 80-0 58-fl 8i*I 91-5 7,8*1 09'T IW fl-f 80-X 8tf , CC-5 A8-8 t8-0 T9-T 88-9 iG'O 'J«IY <!9 I GSM 10-T> 90'T 5A-I :5G*T' 90-5 8i-0 81** T •qo^i 09 5 VI 0 i8 5 90-5 81*1 Sl-5 08*1 'UN 18-5 •UVf 816T • 5t6I HOT OIBI 6061 BOGI £061 9061 S06I

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

CimuEWA. FROM A COttRKSI'OI.'DENT. Empire Day passed over very quietly with us, attractious at Tiutaldra indue ing a number of residents to drive out to the Murray banks where the town is prettily situated. The pupils of the local school were in evidence, during the early part of the day, when suitable' lessons were given by the head teacher (Mr Baker), the children being as sembled around. As the fljg of the Empire was run up it was saluted with hearty cheers. On Sunday afternoon the Rev. F. H. Pealce officiated at the Public Hall, and gave a short address on the great day, taking the famous words of Lord Nelson in 1905, "England expects that every innu this day will do his duty," as his text, the rev. speaker proved the eon summation nf that historic command by Captain Scott in 1911. Even as Lord Nelson died grasping victory, so did Captain Scott, both having done their duty to King and Country. The usual address followed. The whole service was impressive and was attentively follo...

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FOTTBALL. FIXTURE AND RULES, 1914. June 6th. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 May 1914

t'OO'MJ 11.!. FIXTUI IKS AND lUJWSS, June Cndgewa v. Walwa | Oorryong v. Federals. June 13lli. Wnhvav. Federals | (Jorryotig v. Uudgewa. June 20th. ' Corryong v.;\Valwa | Cudgewn. v. Federals. ' July 'till. Wftlw&v. Cuilgewii'l Federals v. Corryong. July 11 tli. Federals v. Walwa | (Ju'dgewn, v. Corryong, All matches.will Ixj played oil ground of lirst-niuned club. ■ 1. The Association shall be, called the I ppur Murray Football Association, and shall consist, of three delegates from each Oluli, viz., Corryong, Uudgewa, Walwa and Federals., V;. . 2. Tli.e Association is uow alliliated ' willi. llie Victorian Football League, and its rules are hereby adopted. ; '3. Each club shall send to tho secretary of tliii Association, not later than IGtli May, 1014, a list of ils membersfwilh addresses) from whom players will lie chosen. 4. No person—unless registered with the Association—shall play in any match without the sanction of the Association, provided that no snch sanction sha...

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YOUNGHUSBAND, ROW AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 May 1914

YOONGHUSHANl), 110W AND CO. I Kaport having hold their usual fortnightly Bale'of fat and sto'ro stock"at their Wo-' donga yards on 19!h inst., when they offered 350 tat and storo cattlo. Tho at tendance of the trado was quite up to the avora-je. Quotations :— Bullocks, to £14/6; cows, to JS11 ; vealora, to .£7 ; bullocks. 3-yrs.-old, to £7 ; springers, to £7 ; cows, aced, to £5/0/.

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THE INCOME TAX. THE CURRENT RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 May 1914

TSIE INCOME TAX. THE GUUKEN'T 11ATES.. I'ors'onul l'riim livertioit. 1'roperty. livery £ I up to £f>0() 3d ... (id All exemption of .C'200 is : 11 !<) -.'I'll. Nil person whose im-miie from pi-rsnri.-d exertion mid propt-rly did nul exi'ri'd i'l'Dil shall !»e liiiltiu lo The ntli-s I'm- ruuip-inif^ -n- fur lilu assurance i-iMiipanic- iwi.l 7d fn:- u'.heis. £500 to £1,000 £] ,000 to £l,r>00 Over £1,500 •Id ' Sd (id Sd ]IM lil

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THE SUB-TREASURY. Mr. A. O'Leary, receiver and paymaster, supplies us with the following list for public information:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 May 1914

THIS SUK-TKISAKUKV. Mr, A. O'Leary, receiver and pay master, supplies us with the following list for public information :— Accounts awauing Payment. — Dr. Greeuham, C. F. Joubeit, E. W. Murphy, W. H. Gadd, A. Playle, E. A. Elliott, A. Albert, A. Harris, C. H. V, Ordish, A. and J. 'Harris, J. C. A. Schneider, H; C. Robertson. Leases for Execution.—H. tec, E. T. Haire. Leases for Delivery.—II. G. Cheshire, G. Lord, W. D. Nichol. J. H. E. Ken dall, E. Jeffcolt. jr. Crown Grants for Delivery. — E. Smith, L. Honcrieff, M. M'Namara, R. Cardwell and C. B. Brown, T. Ley.

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THE TALLANGATTA TRAIN SERVICE. The following is the existing time table for trains leaving Tallangatta:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 May 1914

1 THE T2£AS.\ SEKVD«;OS. I Tlic following is tho existing tiuu- IilIjIc 1 foi tr.-iiiiH Tiilhn^aUi :— Moll.lriy ... TllesiUy ... \Vi'ilnc;i;i:iy ThiirsiUy Fii'.lny "... Saturday 1(1.15 a s.;>o a ID. !.') a ,i 1(1. J;-. :i ti.flO a

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TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. MEETING DATES FOR 19[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 28 May 1914

.*row©x«s msshck cotixrii... MKHTiNii iiatkis i'o:: mil. •I urn: Slli. Au^u^t ;jni ami .*11.-t. S'-plciubor -Sili. 0»Mo!:"r. nil. NuvoimImt 2nd find I50th.

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FOOTBALL. FIXTURES AND RULES, 1914. June 6th. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 4 June 1914

rOO'B'RAJ.f, l-'JXTUKKS AND KULKS, 1914. June Gtli. Cmlgewa v. Wfthva | Corryong v. Federals. June llttli. Wahva v. Federals | Corryony v. Cudyewa. June UOLli. Corryong v. Walwa | Uud^ewa v. Federals. July -1111. Wfthva v. Ciulgewn, | Federals v. Corryong. July lltli. Federals v. Walwa | Cmlgevn v. Corryon-;. All matches will be played on ground of lirsl-named club. 1. The Association shall bo culled tlie T pper .Murray Football Association, ami shall consist of three delegates from each Club, viz., Corryong, Cndgewa, Wahva and Federals. 2. The Association is now affiliated with the Victorian Football League, and its rules are hereby adopted. -; 3. Each 'club shall send to the secretary of the Association, not later than lfith May, l!U4, K list of it!) members (with addresses) from whom players will be chosen. 4. No person—unless registered with the Association — shall play in any match without the sanction of the Association, provided that no such sanction shall be given after June...

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DONT'S FOR DAIRYMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 4 June 1914

DOA'T'S FOK »,4S5SYi?5EW. The following hints to dairy farmers arc given by Mr R. T. Archcr, senior dairy inspector, in the Journal of Agri culture fur Hay :— Don't feed strong-smelling foods im mediately before or during miikinf Ahvays after milking. — Because th'o milk will absorb any odors that come in contact with it. Don't forget to face your shed cast and north. Becauso the morning sun helps to keep the shed sweut and whole some. Don't neglect to put an impervious floor in the milking shed.—Because, if the floor is not impervious, urine ant! filth soak in. and milk will absorb smells arising therefrom. Brick or bluestone pitchers grouted with cement, o.- con crete, make good floors. Don't neglect to lime wash the sheds and dairy twice yearlv.—Because it helps to keep down -flies, disease and smalls. Don't neglect to have yards pitched or gravelled. — Because souring and taint in milk are due to contamination, principally by germs found in manure ; therefore, all manure must he...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 4 June 1914

l»ii?)!ic Notice. . I, J, Phelps & So, STOCK THE FOLLOWING :—■ Bow's Embrocation Blliman's Embrocation . Solomon Solution Ayer's Hair Vigor Plasmon . . 'Irish Moss G-reathead's Mixture Hypoi Frew's Domino Liniment Liquid Peptonoids fX.-V-'Xay's Essence ; Ayer's Sarsaparilla Jhloride of Lime v'omly's Fluid ■ .'ondy's Crystals Sheldon's New Discovery Fluid Magnesia Citrate Magnesia Stearne's Headache Wafers. . Dr. Kelmo's Eye Lotion Cascara Sagrada Porous Plasters Morton's Sedleitz. Powdera Maltine Scrubb's. Ammonia Sheldon's Liniment Eno's Fruit Salts Jayne's Expectorant Eucalyptus White Pine Cough Syrup Jayne's Liniment Seigel's Syrup Hearne's Bronchitis Cure Sparklet Bulbs Bay Rum Lavender Hair Wash Beetham's Grlj'cerine a,nd Cu cumber Glycerine Vaseline Bottles. ^ Petroleum Jelly Cod Liver Oil Carbolic Oil Barry's Tricopheroua Angier's Emulsion Scott's Emulsion Ciement's Tonio. Menthol Cones Marking Ink Gascara Pills Williams' Liver Pills Cockle's Pills. ' Weston's Magic P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 4 June 1914

Public Noticcs. M. U. I. 0. 0. F. (Loyal Corryong Branch.) —THIRTY FIRST— Annua! Sports. In Corryong Parle on Monday, 8th June, 1914. Programme to start at 11 am. IIor.se events under V.It.C. Kule 51. PRESIDENT—MK STAN. V,'ATEKS. Vice-President.—Mr llu^li Waters. Judge of Horse Kaees.—Mr A. \V. Acoeks. Judges of Hunters. — Messrs A. Harris and P. Scanimell, jun. Starter.—Mr \Y. K. Phillip*. Official Measurer—Mr A. \V. Acoeks. ! Weighing Clerk.—Mr T. Brown. Hnridicapper.—Mr J. 1'. lilair. . Stewards.—The Committee. HANDICAP HUKDIiE RACK.—1-1.2 n.u. Seven furlongs. Over four flights of hurdles 3ft. hi^li. First-, Trophy, value £-1 ; second, Trophy, value£1. Entry 3/. HUNTER'S CONTEST (Oiien). — Over three hurdles, not lesn than 3ft. !)in. high. First, Trophy, v.-ilue £± ; seo'ond, Trophy, value 10/. Entry 2/G PONV HUNTERS.—14.2 hands a.u. Over | three hurdles, not less than 3ft. Oin. I high. First, Trophy, value £1/10/ ; second, Trophy, value 10/. Entry 2/. MAIDEN UACIC IIACE.—Five fu...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 4 June 1914

smimxcr Witts. Oddfellow.';' Sports m;xfc Monday. Til*: K»ii.dHh P>irby \vm won easily by IHivhav II. who started :\l iM to 1. When .UrilUit fell at the ^-cori l jin | llu- S-voiiii 'JuMIl' U.u".' at Albury on | Thursday, hw rider, Anaersou, received :t baa smavhin--, lib collar-Iinne bedu^ broken ; and bin bard: .-cverely braised. in thti \uist it has been tlio custom to ■ refer U) Trafalgar ar l!ie "silver-tailed j Hr^t nut." This <Ii»-.ri will ^o«>u j haw to be riH-ovd, a-* lh:j champion'-* tail ; ih I ci-unim*; nau-h darker in color, j it ail I ulhrr ways, lie is the old Trafalgar. | "J'll-TCr V." V cr.fitt.MMiLlll til (he Kll;J U-li Derby las.L week, between webheiv and the public. The policei\:s"ucd -:ever;i! iiiLf bookmakers. tJi;u» who dU a[.ju'an;d alter the first race, loft his motor car behind, and the infuriated bettors turned il uprcde down, set lire to it, and stole t-ho i\XAi-i, mudguard-*, uud the Whiiofeet, winner of tliu Hurdle Knee hi Albury on 27...

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THE Curuyung Courier. THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 4 June 1914

THE (EuntJjuitjj o TIHJRSDAY, JON Si A mi: For the cause that lack:; mh: , For the wrongs that iif.'d re: i • For the future in thu <l:si i.nre, Ami thu gootl that wo cm ilo. The peremptory rejection last week by the Senate of the No-Pre ference Bill has brought the Federal political situation a stage nearer to the climax which is the professed object of both parties. The Ministry is pressing on with the other "test" measure, viz., the Postal Voting Bill, and when it is also thrown out (as it probably will be) Mr Cook intends to apply tor the double dissolution. Con stitutionally, the Ministry is in a position to approach the Governor now, but Mr Cook is evidently desirous of having a second string to his bow. The position is an interesting one—especially for the electors, who have to foot the bill in the end. At the general elec tions in 1910, 6Sg,ooo votes were cast for Liberal candidates and 687,000 for Labor candidates. In 1913 tile Labor vote was 929,000 and the Libe...

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TINTALDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 4 June 1914

.;'.nrawTA:L-»«A. [et a oorkespondekt.1 Tbo nnna.it Schoot Pionio was calo- • brated. od Empire Day, and :osuit&d ia'd highly eaoecss'fal. 'mooting. A largo number of visitors helped to increase' t5o uttoodanpfl nod pleasure of tbo gathering, and young lintl old spoilt o very happy afternoon. GamsB and raooa for the children /(cowards' which 'Mr K. 3.. Mitokinnon again.liberally ^ouatpd £1 for, prizes) woro highly onjoyed, while, the othprVoyonts of.; the programtuo' wore: oifriocl out''b"y tHb'coinmittoe without'ii: hitch', : and woro'. well contested by the competitors. Sevoral very handjoino trophioa woro to bo soon among the prizes, tho oommittoo having reooived most liberal support looally and also from tho tradespoopla of Oorryong and Wal^ya. Many of tho visitors contributed sub stantially towards the oataring, arid the tablen were woll uttondod to by Mw Turiior, Miss Tumor, Mrs P. Yogei, Mrs J. Minn, Miss Mann, Mrs Post, Miss Hodges and MissOhhty, Aa handiuappor of th...

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PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 4 June 1914

P UDLICA T1OKS HECE1VED. "Lifo" for June, just to hand from the publishers, Messrs Fitchott Bros., Mel bourne, is an interesting number. i3i^ {•iiino shooting in various parts of tho worlil 'is entertainingly treated. I)r. O'llnru contributes nn informativo nrfciclo mi Ktidium in Cancer Treatment, and a Now Guineii writer bus an interesting paper 011 Papuan ltoligions. Tho usual departments aro woll tilled.

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YOUNGHUSBAND, ROW AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 4 June 1914

YODNOHDSDAKD, HOW AND CO. Boport having hold (heir usual fortnightly sale of fat and storo stock at tba Albury munioipal yards on 26th nit., whan thoy offurod 87 fat cattle and 4500 fat and store shoop.. Tho attendanceof the trade was good. Bullocks, to £15/12/6 ; oows, to £9/101 ; voalarsi'.to i£7/5/.' Orossbrod weihers, to . 27/2 ; crosabrod owes, to 25/10 ; raorino wethers, to 25/4 ; moriao ewea, to 17/3 ; lambs, to 22/.

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THE DOMINIONS COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 4 June 1914

THE 1>O.HI.>SO.\S COililllSi. SlOiV. Having visited Australia and New Zealand and heard evidence in Lon don, the commission now reports H3 to the relations between the United Kingdom and those two Dominions. About 00 per cent. o£ the imports of Australia are of JJritirih origin, about 11 per Cent, come from other portions ot tile Empire, and about ot) per cent are produced iu foreign countries ; the destination of exports is about -10 per Ceut. to the United Kingdom, 21 per cent, to the rest of the Empire, and lit) per ceut. to foreign countries, li'ot New Zealand the iigures are : —Ship ments from the United Kingdom about GO per cent., from the rest of the Empire about 2:2 per cent., from foreign countries about 18 per cent. ; exports to United Kingdom 77.5 per cent., to rest cf Empire 17 per cent., to foreign countries 5.8 per cent. Australasia requires emigrants fitted for agricultural and mining work, the chief qualifications being youth and adaptability. Youths between 1G...

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