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THE RAINFALL. THE YEARS' RECORDS. Following are the returns of the rainfall for 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912 and 1913:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 4 June 1914
-B'aa33 StAB.^FAM. THE YEARS' TtTCCOR! Following ftro the rtvcn-.v; i f e 'fttll for 1905, '1900, 1!J07, VJ'.W, ivn>. 1910, 1911. 1912 ami 1913 ' SO 85 05-63 A6-X8 3A 83 83 08 80-A5 88-S5 05-88 0A-08 19Z Zbf T8-3 635 SAO AAO U-f §0-5 5M 'O0a Ci'O 05-f 66~X 18-8 IS-0 OA-1 0A-8 SA-T' 18-0 -A0N 18 8 T'9 I OI-l "n>-3 .95-3 69-X A3-I 08-8 6M> "J'O 09.E 8«-8 -8S-T I-f-5 09-1 Ce-8 83-T H-J- 98-5 90 Z T9-5 86-0 8J>3 0?-S 59 X SX-5 86-5 5S-X '«"V 56-1 Sf-U 8F8 f'2-8 90-3 IA-I 8A-5 ^-8 08-S -&lt;'l»r 'JO 0 9(1! 06-5 09-5 XA-S 80-8 ■ 30-1 GQ-t 3A-S »unf !ii I' 83 0 36-5 80-5 18-3 88 3 9D-0 £8-8 3i-3 ^1! ICO 53 1 00-0 80-0 38-8 8A-X 91-3 A8-I 09-X IH&lt;iV l'A-T' 801 811' i'fi-3 A8-8 WO I9-I 88-9 £6 0 *•»&lt;»IAI 6SI-1 OS-1 LO-f 901 SA-X SO-Tv 90-5 84-0 "8M. 09 5 n-0 AC 5 903 81-T SI-5 08-1 '1!X 18-5 """f filGT 5101 U6X Old 60SX 8001 A06X 9061 COOI
THE CUDGEWA DAIRY COMPANY LIMITED. DIRECTORS' MEETING. [SUPPLIED.] [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 4 June 1914
THE CUBGEWt DAIKVCOifl I'AKV H.IH'B'EO. DIKECTOHS' MEETING. [supplied.] Tho ordinary monthly mooting of directors o£ tho above company was hold at tho manager's office, Corryong, on Thursday last, when tho following mem bers wore prosont, viz.). Messrs A. Playlo (acting chairman), A. Harris and E. Land and tho manager. Minutes of previous meeting were read and con firmed. , \ • CORRESPONDENCE. From W. H. Blackhnm arid Co., agents, Melbourne,' reporting Molbourno sales as follow:—140, 137, 188 and 181 cases at 13d per lb.—Received. From samo, acknowledging receipt of instructions to discontinue sending butter boxes.—Received. From Co-oporativo Batter Factories' Association, Melbourne, asking for'infor mation re hours worked by. employes, for Wages Board.—Attended to. From Chief Vetorinury Officer, Mel bourne, acknowledging recoipt of infor mation re cream grading.—Received. From Dalgety and Co., Molbourno, taking dates of directors' meetings.— Supplied. . manager's report. : Mr Acock...
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 — 4 June 1914
Postal rates and reculatsons OYlioro the term "Tho Common weal tli" is used in comioctinn with theso raU'e and regulations it includes t'npun.. Lord Howe IslnnJ, and Norfolk Island. ) LiiU'lOUS. rorevory } ounce or fraction thereof. For delivery within flu- Common wealth 0 1 For delivery hi tho British Em pire 0 1 For delivory iu the Now Hebrides, Banks, and Tones Islands .. 0 2 For delivery iu other places .... 0 2J LETi ER CARDS. For delivery within the Commonwealth: ^ Singh.', Id. each; reply, Id. each half. For delivery in the British Empiro (see list oi jlaces under "Letters")—Sin ^ file Id. each. For delivery in New Hebrides, Hanks, and Tories Islands—Single, L'd. each. For delivery in other places— Single, 2}&lt;1. each. POST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed with the Id. stamp, and K&lt;'ply or double cards, each half of which has the Id. stamp impressed thereon, may be transmitted to places within the Commonwealth, and to those places, enumerated under "Lett...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 4 June 1914
Kor ChiMnm'* ll:ii-!cin^ (_\>u»!i at Night. WumU' Uroiil I>ei>j>er!iiiril Cure, I/O. One step won't tako you very Jnv— l'ou've ,';ot to keep oil walking ; One word won't tell folks what you are— You've fjot to keep on tiilki!.'- : One inch won't ui:;!:.> >•.»• v. ... You've £ot to keep ovi;>; One little " wou'i du w -- You've got to keep 'em -ujj.,;.
THINGS IN GENERAL. PLANNING ONE'S LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 11 June 1914
THINGS . IW GEIVEB5AL. PLANNING ONE'S Lira Planning one's life a weelc, a month, ind a year in advance helps. A trea s compacted of inuumcrablo leaves, ;wigs, and boughs. And lite for three score years must be a solid piece ol tvorkmanshlp. No mistake can bo grcAitor than for :fco young tree to think it can sow Its wild oats by trilling with moles at the root and borers in the trunk, with the Idea that when thirty summers have passed over It the rotten heart of the j Diik will bccunio sound, solid wood, j Man's thoughts, lives, plan:;, arc like Ills arts—long, though the day;; are j'.tort. No one ran despise his child Uood and safely fling away his youth. It is a singular fact that all young people want to be older and alt old people want to bo younger, and that both, by neglecting their present to gaze into a far-away realm, lling away their opportunity. Old men know that if there only ivore some fountain of eternal youth they would spend their whole life in joarch of it. If, then,...
A CLEVER CAPTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 11 June 1914
A CLEVER CAPTUKS* This story was related by Count Peter Schouvaloff, at one time chlel )J the Russian Imperial police, anil Is is follows: — An astute swindler, made up as Petci Schouvaloff, failed at tiie Count's banli In ;i carriage, anil drew, in the Count's lame, a very large sum of money. Within a few minutes of the impos tor's departure the Count himself np pearcd with the object of drawing out :hc money. "But, your Excollcncy," said the bank manager, "you drew out the amount a tew moments ago. Has your Exce. icncy forgot tea?" Count Sehouvaloft eyed tho man keenly, and then a thought struck liim. "01 course!" said ho. "I had quite forgotten. Good morning." He left the haul: and jumped intc his sleigh. lie stopped at a point, and said to the policeman on duty, "I pass 3d here a few minutes ago; which way aid i go?" "That way," replied the official. "Good!" Schouvaloff drove In the direction Indicated, interrogated an other oillcial, and was once more on the track of tho Impost...
MULTUM IN NUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 11 June 1914
BSf - rewoR. Scotch Concert to-night. Bos plan ut Mrs M'Cully's. Up to the eml of May: over £1,000,000 hail been distributed under this materuity bonus. Owing to increased wages-sheets, coastal shipping companies have raised fares and freights. According to the police authorities there are 7300 motor curs anil 55155 motor- cycles registered in Victoria. Outbreaks of smallpos have occurred in some Lancashire towns. The epidemic is believed 10 have originated in the sale bf Mexican cotton.' Mr II; Vandenborg, dentist, will visit Gorryong to-morrow, at'four p.m., and may lie'consulted,at Hill's Coffee Palace up till 10 p.m. on Saturday night. Impressive scenes were witness*.*! at the funeral of the victims of the Empress of Ireland wreck. It is estimated that 800 bodies are still in tho submerged hull. A cow belonging to Mr Geo. Winsall, of llopetuuDt gave birth to a freak calf. It had two ljcarla ftihl two tail.i, hut other wise whs perfectly formed. During the afternoon it died. Tiii...
DALGETY AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 11 June 1914
DALGETY AND CO, Report holding their Corrj'ong monthly stock market oil Saturday, 30ill May, yarding a vory full supply of all classes of cattle, and are pleased to report ft record snlu, selling nearly overy lot of the lnrjjo yarding at tlio highest prices paid in Oprci'oiig. £p^ftt:,bnlloclca, i/atVcows,. aud atoro'bullocksY "viz., fat bnllooUs up to .£12/15/, fat (iowa tip to £11/5/, and store bullocks £9/?/. The featnre of the sule was the yarding of Messrs M'Pbee's bullocks, from Nimuio, comprising 161 head, which sold up to £9/2/, and avor ngod .£8/4/6 all round. There was a very large attendance of graziers, and com petition was very keen. Other lota of oattle comprised 93 storo bill looks, at .£7/17/, 40 storo cows, at £1/10/; 40 ouIvl's, well-bred, 6 months old, £2 ; 2 and 3 year olJ'steers, from -£4/10/ to X'5/ 12/6 ; hoifors, same age, from £'2/15/ to .£3/10/; -vtwlors arid yotmg cattle, from 281 to 801; 298 merino wethers, at 15/6 ; and 212 merino ewes, at 11/9. Thoy sol...
CORRYONG MARKET. MATHIESON AND DAVIS [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 11 June 1914
CORRY0NG MARKET. MATIIIESON* AND DAVIS Report having held their usnal monthly sale at thoir Corryong yards on Saturday, 80th May, whon they yarded 818 head of fat and storo cattle.' The quality of tho yarding attracted a largo atcondance of buyers, and I ho demand for all classes was keen. The - following are aomo of their principal sales :—I5ost prime cows,' from i'7/10/ to i'S/o/ ; extra primo, to .£11/5/; others, from -to; best prime heifers, light weights, frnui £5 to J?o/(i ; best steers, light weights, -1'6 ; ohorthorn bullocks, 4 years, i'9/1/; bullocks, 3£ years, £7 to .£7/11 /; ateera, 2 3'ears, £0/5/j bullocks, 2J years, .£5/17/(5; dry cows, from 4J8/J0/ to £4/5/; cows, with oalves at foot, from £5, £6, to £7.
YOUNGHUSBAND, ROW AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 11 June 1914
YOUNGHUSBAND, UOW AND CO. Report holding their usual - fortnightly salo of fut and'&lt;Jtoro stock at thoir Wo; donga yards oil 2nd inst., when thoy of fered 880 head of fat and store cattle. The attendance of the trade was fairly Rood. Quotations :—Bullocks, to £14/12j ; steers, to X'8 ; cows to £11/17/6 ; voalors, to £5/12/6 ; 8-yr.-old bullocks, to £8/16/; poddies, to 88/..
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 11 June 1914
Ill i'as'inoriaira. JI'VEAX.—In loving memory of Alfred Edwnrd M'Ye:m, who died ut Corryong on 10th Juno, 1913. "A :tr co-nnmi'l he Mi, H.- h:v i i:o fini" t • 1>M Iii-4 i.iivwmII ; Tin; vjruuinfH cuu-.? with-nu .i v.urniis.,' tfiveii Tlui h:ule him h^to to nk"jt hi* God in IIci'.mji," —Inserted by his futhcr nnd brothers, and his sisters, Mubel, Cluni nud Juno, :vnd Mrs \V. T. M'Voun.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 11 June 1914
cehuscm rcw'E'scus. T^IVINE Services will bo held oil Sunday nest as follow :— 1'i:i:siiytf.i::an Onui:im. Wuhvn, 11 a.m. ; Tintaldrit, 3 p.m. ; Corryoii", 7 p.m.—Hov. J. 0. Uoultur. Ciiuixh or Exgland. Corryoiiir (children':! sorvico, 10.30) 11 a.m. ; CuJgcwa, 3 p.m. ; Corryoug, 7 p.m.—Ilov. P. II. Toako, Th.L. Mktiiouist Ciiui;i;n. Cudjjewa, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. ; Bor ringama, 3 p.m.—Mr W. H. Collun).
THE MARKETS. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [By WIRE.] Wednesday, 6 p.m. Messrs Mathieson and Davis, of St James' Buildings, Williams-street, Melbourne, wire as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 11 June 1914
.THE MARKETS. MELBO U UN13''MA RKISTS. ■ [By Wire.] | Wednesday, 6 p.m. i Messrs Mnthioson aud Davis, of St James' Buildings, Williams-street, Mel i bourno", wire ns as follows:— r Fat Cattle.—2075 yarded. Themnrkot opWod 20/lower, Init improved as sales progressed to 10/ under lust week's ratos, and closing firm.' ..Prime pons of bul locks, £12/10/ to £14; extra, to £16/12/0 ; odd boasts, to £17 J . good, .-£10/15/ to £11/15/ ; good, light and handy, £8/10/ to £10/5/ ; secouds aud inferior, from £7. Primo pens of cows, to £10 ; odd beasts, fo £lii/2/fi ; good, £7 to £8 | others, from £1. ■ Fat Cftlvos,— 030 pennod. Pricos firm. . 1 . . " Fut • Shoop.— 18,120 yardod. Tho market oponcd dull, and competition was indifferent throughout. Tho bulk of the yarding sold at from Gd to 1/ per head below last woek's reduced rates, and clos ing sales showed a further weakening tendency. Fat Lambs. — 4,450 pennod. Tho market opened about 6.1 to 1/ bnltor than last woek's,ivaluea, ; but gradually...
THE Curryung Courier. THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 11 June 1914
Tin: (Eaviimnt# (£um[tci\ THOliSDAY, JUNE 11, V>U. I-'or the caiiHc lacks L'or the wrongs thut n&lt;_ed resist. For tho future in tiic 'I s: And the good tliAt sv*; c ui do. Avsikalian Dank Notes.—Three million eight huudred and thirty-two thousand and forty-two Australian bank notes, of an aggregate) value of £9,072,537, wore in circulation on 27th May, tho gold reserve on the sumo date being £-1,205.5GG/10/. Maternity Allowances. — There have been 200,119 applications for the maternity allowance since 10:h October, 1912. Of this number 1281 have been rejected, and 1323 are still under consideration. During the year just closed 206,512 applications, repre senting an expenditure of £1,032,710, have been allowed. The estimated expenditure on account of matornity allowances for tho present fiscal year was £650,000, which has already been expended. Naturalised.—Two hundred and eighty-nine moro foreigners became naturalised Australians last month. As usual, there were moro Ge...
BERRINGAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 11 June 1914
FROM OUi; 1)\VX (JOI>UKSl>OXDEMT. The hospital concert and hall was a success, seveial visitors coming from Koetong ami Cud^mva. Miss 'Wans^li and .Miss Otty worked hnrd and they carried out their duties well. .Mr F. K. liramloy was chairman. The following a.-sisted at thoconcurt, viz., Mrs Coilotn, the Mis.x-a Hramley, Otty, Collision, K! Otty, Carkeek (two) and .Miss I-'rann (from Kjetmii;), and Messrs I". R. llramley and S. H. Co;»hill. Mr Jas. Nugent acted as doorkeeper, and took £2/14/ at the door. Willi the sales of tickets outside, the Corryou;; hospital should benefit about £3. The dance was kept up til! daylight, and was very enjoyable. Mr Jas. Nugent and II. Laverty acted as Ms.C., arid the music was provided by Misses I'rainley and Otty and .Mr Joe Otty. Mr I''. Laverty kept the fires and helped con siderably with ttie supper, which was provided by the ladies. It is intended to hold a dauce in July iu aid of the Hull funds,
PLACING IMMIGRANTS. UTILISING AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 11 June 1914
I'll A V 3 X G S M ,11I« 52 A NTS. utilisixo ACurcni;ruual SOUIKTIES. At the instance of Mr A. Bartletfc the Corryong A. ami P. Society is putting on the agenda paper of the next Agricultural Convention a proposal for the Agricultural Societies throughout Llie Statu to co-ope rale with the Immigration Bureau in lind ing places in the country for immigrants desiring rural work. -Mr Bartlett recently submitted a brief outline of hU scheme to Mr S. Whitehead, otlicer in charge of the Bureau, and Mr Whitehead replied as follows :— "Immigration Bureau, f>5"» Klinder.s Street, Melbourne, *2f>th May, 1911.— A. T. Bartlett, Esi[., Proprietor, "The Cor ryon^ Courier," Corrj'ong.—Dear Sir,—I aui duly in receipt of your letter of the ltith iustaut, which I have received with 1 pleasure, as I am sure there is no doubt : that if the Agricultural Societies would j take the matter up in an enthusiastic way they could render considerable service and assistance iu the work of placing lads and ...
AUSTRALIAN BUTTER. ALLEGED DETERIORATION. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 11 June 1914
AUSTCEAt.HAi* IS UT'S'SJIE. ALLEGED DETERIORATION. An important conference in connoction with the butter industry will moot under tho presidency of tho Minister far Agri culture (Mr Hutchinson) on Juno 37th. Tho delegates will represent tho Uutter Factories' Association, the Jiuttc-r Factory Managers' Association, and tho officers of tho Department of Agriculture. lteports received from London during recent mouths, which stale that tho quality of Austruliun butter Ims deteriorated, will be considered. Tho departmental view, so far as tho difference in price in London of Australian- and Now Zjal.uv.l butter cf equal quality is concerned, is that it is largely duo to tho fact that, although Australian butter is graded under tho Commerce Act. no ^r:i io stamp is niarlteil on the boses to ;;uidu the intending buyer.' The recent conference of Minis ters of Agriculture, held in Brisbane, af firmed the desirability of grade stamping higher &lt;,Tide butter as "superfine" and "first...