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MATHIESON AND DAVIS [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 4 June 1914

HATEIESON AND DAVIS Report having hold their usiml fortnightly market at the Albury municipal yards cm j 26th Mn.y. Thero was a Kood attendance of buyers present. Quotations Bui locks, to £15/12/0 ; pows, to £10 ; heifers, to £7/16/;" voalers, to £.1. Crossbred wethers, to 27/2 ; crossbred owes, to 25/9 ; merino wetherB, to 25/4; morino ewes, to 17/; lambB, to 21/6.

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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TERRIBLE SHIPPING DISASTER. LINER AND COLLIER COLLIDE IN THE ST. LAWRENCE RIVER. OVER 1000 LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 4 June 1914

: TEBKIBLG OISASTEtS. LINER AND COLLIER COLLIDE IN THE ST. LAWRENCE RIVER. OVER 1000 LIVES LOST. One of the most appalling disasters i n maritime history occurred in the early hours of Friday morning during a. dense fog off Father Point, near Bimouski, on the right bank of, the River .St. Laurence,, which at this point is 80 miles wido. .The Canadian ■ Pacifio liner Empress of Irelaud, 14,191 tons, which had left Quebeo ou Thursday afternoon for Liverpool with 1887 souls on board, was lying prao tically hove-to' in the fog at three a.m., when she was run down by the Nor wegian collier Storstad, 6028; tons. . The huge liner was struck amidships. ■ • A tremendous rent was made in the vessel's side, and plates were ripped away right down to the stern. With in tea minutes the liner sank, and; of the 1887 people on board only; 865 •were saved. : The collier, though badly damaged, . . . proceeded to Quebec under her own steam. v'j..:/:' V;it ; jTM disaster, ,recalls thefwreckiogypf. ' the...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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ALBURY MARKET. DALGETY AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 4 June 1914

A LB OK Y MARKET. DALGETY AND CO. Report holding their usual fortnightly market at Albury on May 20th, wbon they yarded 3853 shuop and 84 boad of cattle. Thero was o largo attendance of buyers. Thoy quota Bullocks, to <£15/17/6 ; prime cows, to J!10; hoifera, to ^7/17/0. Crossbred, wethers, to 26/0 ; orossbrod ewes, to 25/8; raorino wothura, to 25/6; merino ewes, to 17/8 j crossbred Iambs, to 2i/G. •

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CORRYONG A. & P. SOCIETY. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 4 June 1914

cosmyong a. <.v p. socaety. COMMITTEE MEETING-. A meeting of the committee of the A. and P. Society was held at Jager's I Hotel on Monday evening, when the following members were present, via., Messrs T. Bennett (chairman), A. and H. Harris, Hamiltou, .Tager, Nanker vis, Paton', Eawcs and A. 'Bartlett and the secretary. Minutes of previous meeting were read'and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. . From Tallangatta Society,• re dates. —Tho secretary stated that he had written to Tumut, Tallangatta and Yackandiindah Societies re the scheme of dates arranged at last meeting. He had received no replies yet. From Department of Agriculture, Melbourne, pointing out that if date of Staliion Parade—2nd September— was not suitable -it could bo altered. —Received. - From same, acknowledging receipt of return of stallion awards at last show.—Received. • From Chamber of Agriculture, Mel bourne, asking for names of Society's delegates to nest Convention.—The secretary stated that the society w...

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THE MARKETS. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [By WIRE.] Wednesday, 6 p.m. Messrs Mathioson and Davis, of St James' Buildings, Williams-street, Melbourne, wire us as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 4 June 1914

THE MARKETS. \ . /'• / MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Uv1 Wire.] . vi WednoBdav, 6" p.m. I Mcsnrs Mnthios'on and Davis, of St James' Buildings, Williams-street, Mol bourne,' wire us as follows:— Fat Cattle.—2,230 yardod, comprising ICO from N.S.W., COO from North East, 550 from Gippsland, 500 from' South Gippsland, 150'from North', 200 from -Wast,.and,40. from King I-ilnnd, Last week's advanced rates woro about sus tained nntil tho close, whuii a further de clino of 10/ pec head wor noticeable. Prime pens of bullocks, £13/5/ to £14/15/; extra,, to £17/10/; goo<l, ill/10/ to £12/15/; good, light and handy, £9/10/ to 1-10/15/ ; " Booonds and inferior, £8. Prime pans of cowe, £9 to £10/5/ ; odd boasts, to £11/2/6; gcpd, £7/10/ to £8/10/ ; others, from -£3/10/. Fat Oalvoa, — 630 penned. Prieoa very firm. Fat Sheop. — 19,803 yardod. Open ing salo9 were easior, but as sains pro gressed prices eased from 1/ on modium quality to 2/ on prime Borta, dosing sales were "very weak. Fat Lambs. — ...

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

G'uJdic i\'«ticc. .k? Q NOW ON SHOW AT CAMPBELL'S. i LL DEPARTMENTS are well stocked up in tlie Latest' artel Newest Shapes, Styles and Designs <!'vv 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. ® ® ® ® ® Ladies7 and Children's Boots and Shoes, in all the newest and latest shapes and styles—a very fine range to select from. ® ® ® ® ® ~ ~ ~TEe lien and Boys have not been overlooked. The Clothing Department is teeming with the best range of Over coats, Suits, Trousers, Shirts, Pyjamas, Ties aiid 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 111 black and brown by the best makers. Don't forget to s...

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

/|_j EREBY notifies that ho has taken over tho nbavo well known lintel, and hopes by strict attention to the requirements of patrons ami keeping only the best brands of liquors to merit a continnanco of tho support accorded his predecessor. 1'ivst-class Billiard Table, murker in attendance. Every attention paid to requirements ot Tourists and Travellers. GOOD GRAZING PADDOCKS & STABLING. Stopping place for CRAWFORD & CO/S.COACHES, which leave this hotel daily (Sundays excepted) for Talliiii"atta. fife Corryci]g Coffee Palace. . BUSS E. E. HILL, . PSOFSIETRESS. HE ABOVE well known house ot accommodation has been renovated through out, and patrons may rely upon their requirements receiving every uttonlion. Reasonable tariff. Two tublos. Piano. 13ath. Good Stabling. Well Equipped Billiard Room. Efficient Maukf.r. EEs' HAIRDRESSER'S oALOON. on tho premises. ;Tintaldba Hotel. F. P. Lucas, Licensee. First-class Accfiiumodnt'Oii for Trnxellcrs. Best brands of Wines and Spir...

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

usasisccH xo's-aoji.*:. DIVINE Services will bo hold on Sunday uext as follow :— I'kksuvtkuia:! C!;u;:i:ji. Bcrringiimn, 11 a.m. ; Cuclqewa (Pres byterian Church), !> p.m. ; Corryoug, 7 p.m.—ltov. J. C. Coulter. Ciiuecu ok England, Corryong (II.C.), 11 n.m. ; Upper Thonglu, ii p.m. ; Corcyong, 7 p.m.— Itov. F. H. L'eukc, Th.L. Mktuomst Cnur.cii. Towong, 11 ri.iii. ; Corryong, S p.m. ; Cud<;owu, 7 p.m.—Mr \V. U. Gollom. I.mmighatiox—Speaking at Swan Hill recently Mr Lommon, M.L.A., said that both parties wero agreed as to tho advantage of attracting suitable immigrants to Victoria, but not more than live per cont. of the now arrivals in Victoria wero suitable. There was a great deal of talk about decentralisa tion, but one oaw very little of it in practico, a a most of tho new comers were allowed to flood tho metropolitan areas. Immigrants who had little or no money should not bo allowed to remain iu tho city, but 3hould be sent direct to work in tho country. Woods' Gre...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 4 June 1914

&»cut3i ftotii HAllRtSOX.—On 2'Jth ult, at Woclcn/ri, Alma llary, beloved daughter of S.W. ami A. F. Harrison. Aycd 13 months. NICHOL.—Oil '.Mill May, at Albury, John, beloved husband of Adeline Nichol. of Wabba. A;;ed 73 years.—Iuserted by bia sorrov/ini; widow and family. IeJ ItlOiHlOl'i:!!}!. M'VEAN.—In memory of our dear brother, Alfred, who died on !Hh June, l'J13, at Corryun;;. lie drooped like a flower Ih.u w;u nipped in the bud, And 1ku litb.'n hi,, re-', ;v:th the penile und pond. Tiie love that no horo him shall dwell in our breast. Till we meet him at;..iii in the Land oi the Ble»t. —Inserted by h:3 sisters Laura and Ada, and Aunt Emily. 25ez'e;jvt.';jioEt; Mil AND MRS S. W. HAMUSOX iV-dre to thank their many friL-iulrf l'or wreath.-, tcik^nur.s and iness.i'jos o; sympathy in their sad bereavement ; usp-jdally thanking Xuiolj Raws, Mr 0. N. llaivw, Mrs Hill, Mrj Cronm, and othorj. Corryong, IS/O/'L-i. MiiS J. MCHOL mid Family wish to thank their many kind fricmls ...

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

F ir Throiuit (JliesL Complaints, Woods' Crvul rcjijionninL Cure, I/O.

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

Solioc. THE 2 ; i t rj \>7 >*■. i,| l.\ f'Cl H&*<y vo^» ^L4^ ^ W Ji A ^J/ ^ ** w X.) il-rsidoat of tlto District CAN AFFORD to do without his District News: paper. It is tho only nutans by whiuh tho peoplo of the district can keep in touch with the affairs in which thoy arc personally interested. Tho City dailses aie. we;,klies nro all very we>H for thoso who wish to keep posted upon :vlV.i!is State and of the world. lint docs not a comparatively trilling event in oil! own neighbourhood loom much larger in our oyos than tho downfall of a nation «>n tho other side of the world? Tho local newspaper that gives all th. iw vvs of ;is own town anj District—all the doings of its jx*ople and tho iia; ;><■!;-is therefore the Newspaper that holds first place in the i <■: all who take a healthy interest in their surroundings. In addit;on to tho personal claim tho district .Yewspaper possess*** it ^U t. wry real advantages from a business ...

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

O'll' A mppiinft of rho Permit ami Umpire Con-.Hiitli'c »i' tho tanociittion \ns v! ihu CVli'ou Palace, Corryoii;';. ou fj.w.r'?.:y ovMiiag. Messrs Baitlett (chnirniflii), S!iiitiI 1 ir 1,1 iiiiiin v.-fiiv liresont. frop:-.':t• in'; l!'eJeral and V/ahva ::lu^; res pi-clivcly} ftua tho h->n. ueeretary (Mr P.l.iii). Apiiliii.'.iiouii for permiii '.verc re C'jivs J foil'jv,' : — From Jus. Pur.'r,, ',V. J-'r.ii;ni;on 1 J. W. Iliimia, G. PuniS am) W, Sliain, {n pl'iy for Wahva (elnaranees from Ci:J:;cnva !;rantej) ; from J. Otty, to pla ■ i-Vil-.-rah (elnir.vsico from Ci-i'- ■. piiniji'-- uvro (•raw- i iu •' a. Win: : • f <;.•• i ;,iy V.'ilh l'Oi]I-1 ■;; , \ .ii... 1: .villi.,:j:jjlii'ii)■ I dal '.mi Ini .v.u i air. ele'irance [Vudi Oml i;i-v.-.i club. Umpire.) for nost niateliesi itri'o appoin'eil an follow :—Ciidycwa iiia't!:, \V. Hamilton ; Gorryoiig match, L\ Wliit.-.

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

WALWA. Tho Wnlwn Wino Pubico wan rcci-ntly | oii'jred for siilo by Messrs Dalgeiy und Co. Tho highest bid was .£500, :uiJ the j lot was passed in. Messrs T. Oiydo r.nd C. Cnysh have bo11 elected trustees of tin; Public Ilnil in lieu of others rc-siyned and deceased. A Progress Association is bcins formed to iit'.eiid to tlio wunta of the town and district. Mr and Mrs James Drnminonr! met ! with u nasty accident recently, owing to j the sulky in which they wire tlrivii•«- | cupMKi'iy over a bank. Mrs Pnimmond j was severely shaken, but is now recover* j ijifj. The vehicle was badfy HiUMlied,

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EIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 4 June 1914

EJFLE SEHOO'tt'lKe. Following arc results of Prize Match fired in conjunction with Teams' Match on May 20th (conditions, eight shots at 500yds. ; prizes, 15/, 10/, 5/, 2/0, 2/G) :— Score. Hp. T'l. \V. A. Harris JO 2 40 H. A. Harris 3!) 1 ■10 A. Harris 30 6 40 P. Crawford 37 4 40 F. U. Land 38 1 39 W. Itayncs 38 1 39 H. Taylor ... 37 1 33 J. R. Blair ... 36 2 38 H. Harris ... 37 I 3S C. J. Land ... 37 1 38 A. Blair 30 1 37 W. U. Davis 30 1 37 J. II. Ro.-:b ... 35 2 37 It. II. Crawford 32 3 35 L. Brings ... 28 7 35 P. J. IJrifjys 33 2 35 J. Simpson 31 1 35 T. C. Davis 33 1 31 J. A. Land 32 2 31 L. Crawford 28 5 Prize-winners in the recent matches are notified that prize-money is available on application only, from the secretary.

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

«©LF. Tho golf season in Corryong was opened la3t month, with a Mixed Foursome handi cap tournament. Satisfactory entries were received, and an enjoyable afternoon wuj epent, despite tho fact that it lmd been raid ing all the morning and threatening in tho afternoon. Players and visitors guortn of tho president (Mc Burke) and Mrs Burko at afternoon tea. Appended id a list of the scores :— Sc. Hp. Kfc. Ncthorco'u and Mra Acoeks .. 52 \) -13 Forsh:iw and Mrs Campbell .. 5(5 9 -17 Jagtr and Miss Moeaua 5'J 8 51 Boucher unJ Mis, L. Mueatfa.. Gl •.) ,rJ KntwUlo and Mi.-s Grc-onhill . 1)0 (> 5 • do 13 55 Thwaitesand Mirfs Burke 71 13 Dftlg-iiy and Mrs Dalgrty SU 15 71 After tho match an approaching and putt ing competition was hold, and wit3 - won by Mr i^ntwislo.

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MULTUM IN NUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 4 June 1914

MUI/a-UiU I.V NUCE. I'ay Shire rates . ' iiy lOtli June. Sec advt. To won g Shire Council meet on: Tuesday nest.'. Local Land Board will be held at Cor ryong on 10th inst. An Electoral liev.'oion Court will be held at Tallaugatta to-morrow. Victorian Railways surplus for past year expec ted to reach £38,000. Don't miss the Scotch Concerts next week. See adve. for dates. Home Rule Bill passed through House of Commons by majority of 77. Towong Shire Council invites tenders for Iomplighting at Corryong. Seo advt. Clearing sale at Corryong onWednesdaj' next, on account of Mr W. Baynua. See advt. • ' ■ ■ . v ■ Yackandandah is about to havo an up to-date- water supply. A Waterworks Trnst is to be appointed at once. Day baking has baen granted on the Bread Trade Wage3 Board, as well as in-, creased wages for the operatives. Died at Wagga recently, Mr Richard Donelan, 77, for many years a successful grazier at Marble Mount, Tooma. Mr E. Brown, of Mirboo, has been selected as Labor candidate...

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

"Oh, Selina 1 yourcoui;!) is most dreadful. You'll havo to take something I'm sure ; Got your mother to scud to tho chemist's For Wooils' Great Peppermint Cure. Mamma (;ives it to mc and to Tilly When wo have a cou;;h or a cold— Ko ! IVs not a hit liitlc-r, yon silly I It's the nicest and best ever sold." Beoop.d Stock Sale.—At tho Cor ryong stock salts on Saturday over 1000 head of cattle were yarded, and everything was disposed of. Store bullocks realised up to £9/8/ dud fat cows up to £1 Ijt'h The Scotch Oissoeuts—The mmial Scotch Concerts in aid ut iho lands o£ the Presbyterian Church will !jt> held next week (see advt.). Tho well known Scotch comedian, Mr Neil M'Innes, has been specially engaged, al:<o Miss Huntington and Miss M 'Kuuua, of Melbourne. Lo'.'al aiuaieur.i are as sisting, and good programmes will be presented each evening.

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS SATURDAY, 30TH MAY. [Before Messrs Acocks and Harris, Js.P.] DEBT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 4 June 1914

COSJStT Off" PETTI SESSffOFiS Satuhday, 80th Mat. - [Before Messrs Acocks and Harris, Js.P.J . - DEBT OASES. ' ■ E. G. Thomas v. Ben.- Maan.—Appli cation for commitment under the Frau : dulont Debtors' Act- in reBpect of a court order for .£4/10/1, £3/10/5 of which re mained unsatisfied. Mr Hood ,appeared for complainant, and stated that the hoax ing had been adjourned from 9ih; May. Defendant did not appear.—-The ;beuch fonnd that defendant had means to pay the debt, and ordered him to pay .£8/10/5, with £3/1/6 C03t3, in two monthly instal ments, in default ono month's imprison ment.1 F. W. Murray v. Jas. Cjughlan.—Claim for £6/0/3.—Mr Hood appoarod for corn plainant, and oo bis application the caso :i; ;.; was withdrawn. """ F.'J. Smith v. A. lllyth.—Ohiliu for £11/7/6 for lodging and money iont. Mr Dalgcty appeared for complainant. De fendant did not appear.—An order was made for amount cluimod, with i"2/14/6 costs. TKJJA.VCY CASE. W. Mooro v. J. Anderson.—Defendant was charged w...

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THE INCOME TAX. THE CURRENT RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 4 June 1914

[ T2IK Ii\C<MSK TAX. , • ^ THE CUKK15NT HATES. Personal From Exertion. Property. Every £1 up to£500 oil ... (jil £500 lu i'l,u0(l 4<\ ... Sil £1,000 to £!,fi00 fnl ... I0d Over £1,500 iU\ ... V2d Ail exemption of w alloweil. . No pr'M-m whose incon.-e from personal I oxortiim and property i\'u\ nut cxe^cil £200 ' si.aU lie liable to ta:c. j The r:«t»*s for c.oiiipnnu'ji are SO .or life I a-r-nraiKv <'iiinp:uiit;s anl 7<1 for ullius.

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CORRESPONDENCE. A NEW SPECIES OF BEE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 4 June 1914

COKKESPOIYDEKOE. A NEW SPECIES OP BSE. TO THE EDITOR OF 1'IIE COURIEB. Sir,—Could I bo granted a small space in your paper to bring tho following item of in terest before tho genorol public, and yourself in particular. Whilst walking, through one pi Mr Harris'; paddocks, on tho :\yn(Inosday;. ot last weokT'T'ciuno uponari altogether .new, kind o£ bee. - At any ratb, I hayo never seen the like before in this district, ;I have, not, up to the present, been abla to eecura a specimen to send on to Donald Macdonald (or identification. So, in the mean time, I thought you might throw souim,light upon tho matter, or that somo of your readers might furnisli me with the desired informa tion. As I observed the habits of these bees, I noticcd that they paid most attention to the dry tops of fallen trees ; though, hero (ind there, they seemed to be seeking tho heart of huge logs, having instruments for bursting them open, and were' most partial to red gum. Unlike ordinary bees, this kind did not...

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