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AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION. CHANGES IMPENDING. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 11 June 1914
AGEICULTUEAL EDUCA TION. Changes Impending. Afc the meeting of the Coun cil of Agricultural Department last week, intimation of his in tention to resign was given by Mr Charles Yoo, one of the original trustees for agricul tural colleges, who, since his appoinfcment in 1S85, when the council was constituted, has taken an active interest in its operations. Mr Yeo's resig nation and the death; of Mr Langdon, M.L.A., who was president of the council, will cause two vacancies. Occurr ing when the subject of agri cultural education is being in vestigated by a sub-commitice of the State Cabinet, the sug gestion was made that the scope and work of the Council of Agricultural Education should be reviewed. It was in accordance with the provisions of the Agricultural Colleges Act 18S4 that the Council of Agricultural Education was established, consisting of 11 members, of whom three are the trustees for agricultural college lands, one the director of Agriculture, two members appointed by the ...
THE INCOME TAX. THE CURRENT RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 11 June 1914
■ THE 'EMS. THE CUJtKliNT KATES. lVrstmal From Fx'-'riiun. Fruporty. Kverv CI up to£500 :M ... (i-I An &lt;>t C2'io is iillowi:-.!. No ju'lson whoso inrumit Ip>m poi'soidl cx&lt;'Jiion ;»n&lt;l proper;y iliil not « ■*!*.,ill lie liable lo i;ix. Th«; fur &lt;_*&lt;nn[>ai!ii-h ;uv Si! for lift,' assurance companu^ an.l 7'1 lt?r others. tr.'jiin'io £i,iurn iM.ytM u> Ul./iun lira' CI,."Ilit 1.1 oil C.I S.I lt:.l 1-J.l
THE YEARS' RECORDS. Following are the records of the rainfall for 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912 and 1918:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 11 June 1914
THE YEARS' RECORDS. Following arq the rocords of tlio rain fall for 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912 and 1318 20-85 05-G5 iG-T8 ZL-SZ 85-08 eo-is 88-GS 05-88 0i-08 18 5 ZV-f 18-5 G'J5 5i-0 ii-0 VL.f 60-5 SM •00a &lt;J i'O OZ-f 05-1 18-8 T'J-0 Oi-X 0i-8 Gi-fr XS-0 •aon 18 8 T-'Jl Ol-I 15-5 95 5 G8-1 i5-I 98-8 GT'-T' •too UU-o 85'!! 8'J I V1'5 991 G'J-8 SE-X H-T 98-5 «J0S T9-5 PD-0 81-5 91-y E-'J- [ UT-B 86-5 oS-T •anv 56-1 8t--'J Rf- 8 t-C-K 90 Z Ti-T 8A-5 CF-8 08-S &lt;_'l)0 91-5? on Z on-r. Ti-'J 8G-8 EG-T 00. J, Si-0 OUUf 85 0 E-G-S 80?, ifi-3 88 Z 9G-0 C8-8 ZL-Z iy o 55-I 00 0 so-o E-8 8 SL-l 9T-S i8-X 09-X nj«v i-it MM CI I 'JC-5 ifi-S V8-0 19-X 88-9 iG-0 &lt;Jl) [ 0'.'-1 iO-T' 90-1 SL-l EG-J 90-5 8i-0 8M •qM 00 5 MO UiZ 90-5 8T-X ei-0 08-[ -1!M T8-5 •UUf !:IUI 5ICI IIOI 0161 6001 8061 £061 90GI COQI
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 11 June 1914
1'iiblic Notice. EVER FOPPI. 0 J. J. f] ll ORRYONG. THE BEST ASSORTED STOCK IN VICTORIA. W-JfAVE pleasure in announcing tlie Hi opening up of a splendid stock of the latest designs in Ladies' Children's and Gents.' Clothing. A "beautiful stock of Ladies' Millinery, Mantles and Underclothing. We are fully stocked uj) in— GROCERIES (only best brands kept) •t TEA, 6d per lb. Better value than tea-agents give. The lowest cash price list in Corryong, prices on application. We allow no one to undersell us. CROCKERY IRONMONGERY GLASSWARE TIMBER DOORS SASHES - CEMENT LIME Bunyip Rabbit Traps now on hand. WINES AND SPIRITS (the choicest) "The Very Latcst"---One-flre Stoves. rPT-T7?T?^ CI T rrri Heavy stock of Hugh Thompson's and Bedggood's Boots and Shoes (first pick), at prices which defy competition. Tlie sweetest and cleanest stock on the Murray. Ladies are particularly invited to see our splendid stock of NEW^SEAEON^S GOODS, Consisting of Mantles, Millinery, Cos tumes, Corsets, Underclot...
IN PLAIN FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 11 June 1914
IN PLAIN FIGURES. The following figures show clearly the effect the invention of machinery has had upon soma of tho working classes:— One man does to-day the worlc of fifty hand-loom weavers. One boy In'a pottory does 1000 pot tera' work. One man and two boys do the worl&lt; of 1X00 hand-spinners. One man, at a nail-making machlno. does the work of 1000 old-time nail makers. '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 11 June 1914
Public IVoticc. I Phelps & Co STOCK THE FOLLOWING I\ovv's Embrocation .^Iliraan's Embrocation . . ciomon Solution I...ver's Hair Vigor uismon fnsli Moss vrcathead's Mixture ■ij'wol '•'r; \v's Domino Liniment i/aimd Peptonoicls . iiay'3 Essence > , AVer's Sarsaparilla ,1.1.' /-Kj )rj^e 0f Lime .Vr.dy's Fluid ' 'en'ly's Crystals . .'don's New Discovery Magnesia " ii -tte Magnesia : ■' rue's Headache Wafers •>. Kelmo's Eye Lotion 0; s.:ara Sagrada Porous Plasters Horson's Sedleitz Powders MYifcine ilcrubb's Ammonia Sholdon's Liniment il'oio's Fruit Salts I ayne's Expectorant Eucalyptus White Pine Cough Syrup Jayne's Liniment Seigel's Syrup Ilearne's Bronchitis Cure Sparklet Bulbs i Bay Rum Lavender Hair Wash Bsetham's Glycerine and Cu cumber /3-Iycerine V aseline;Bottles f'etroleum Jelly Cod Liver Oil Carbolic Oil Barry's Tricopherous Angier's Emulsion Scott's Emulsion Clement's Tonio Menthol Cones Marking Ink Oascara Pills Williams'Liver Pills .... Cockle's Pills Weston'...
THE HATTON GARDEN POST OFFICE ROBEERY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 11 June 1914
THE HATTON GARDEN POST OFFICE ROBEERY. It was in November 1SS1, that this flaring robbery was carried out. It was a woman, tlie wife of a swindler, who first conceived the idea of th£ robbery. She had boon iu the office, and noticed the number of registered packages and letters placed in a sack that hunt; by an iron ring on a hook behind tlio counter. Sho told her hus band of tho good "thing" that waa pos siblo there, and ho consisted an ex port continental thief, Captain , who agreed that it was a pretty little lob and no risk. Now tho mother of one of tho tele graphic messengers employed at Hat ton Gardens let lodgings, and the young woman referred to—tho wife ol tho swindler—tool; one of tho furnish ed rooms and got friendly with the lad. In about three weeks' tirno the latter had a holiday, and told the lodger he was going to a friend's, and then to the Princcss's Theatre. The lodger professed to havo received a tickut for the Princess's availablo the saiuo night, but said she w...
Pleasant for the Parson. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 11 June 1914
Pleasant fop tho Parson. A clorgvman was about to leave his church one evening when Ue encoun tered an old lady examining the car ving on the font. Fiuding her desir ous o£ fleeing tho beauties of tho church, he volunteered to show her over, and the flustered old lady, much . gratified at this unexpected offer of a personally-conducted tour, shyly ac cepted it. By-ahd-bye they came to a handsome tablet on the right of the pulptt. "'That," explained the good man, "ia •! memorial tabldt erected to the me mory of the late vicar." "There, now! Ain't it beautiful?" ".xelaimed the ndmiiing£o!d lady, still Mustered and anxious to^pleasR. "And *'m sure, sir^ I 'ope it won't be long I'.forft we see ona erected to you ,o» i.'other aide."
PREPARING A SEALSKIN JACKET. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 11 June 1914
PREPARING A SEALSKIN JACKET. I£ we look nt a lady's sealskin jacket, , ».e .it oucto observe Its rich brown col ■\tf, and tht vtjlve'..y softness and dcnse uess of tho flno hairs composing It if thin he compared -a-1th the conrse, mrd, or dry-sal'.eil soalkin nr. impor cii, or still better, with tho coat of th6 ivins fur seals, one is struck with the vast difference betweeu them. f'assia? our fiugers amoug tho haiis of the cat or dog, wo may notice line short hairs at tho roots of the loug coarser, general coverlns of tho iiiimal. This- Is so-called under fur. Jut. la tho greater number of these an imals the short hairs are so few and often fine as to be, comparatively sneaking, lost sight of among what to our eyes, constitute tho coat. Tho operation which the skin under goes to bring out, so to say, the fur, may be briefly described as follows:— The skin, after being washed to rid It of grease, and so forth, is laid flat on the stretch, flesh side up. A flat knife is then passed ac...
A Matter of Belief. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 11 June 1914
A Matter of Belief. Not lone; ar.o a co:-;;i!:i farmer closcO footpath :icni.--:; cij:j oi his fK'hh; Tills was iv»>r»!«l !v :ho laliahifnuts c' the Aii-f.iict, \vh«> that a •••ighi-cf-'.vay u:.i?~ed. Urunlutilly tlu Cii:r.o h-.-'iV>re the court s;n«l e &lt;i.c'i:;:uu was Ju /aver of the far tit or. As t.he public r.ti!l iicr«!«}&lt;-.i In cross :r..'T tli" Held, iitr.v vor. the owikt turn • •il a fr.rlr.n.* bull inio it. Af'cv o 11■ ot ■wo dariin." !■_r:11 !■;"•;! r.s!si:'ioi; of a tVid ov r r. hn d.ijiata ;io-i waite;", o&lt;: tNj :'.i raier and :iii'ifiC as a sp- favcr. t.o wiUidrav. rite. 1111 i and :.;.ow 'ho iivo of Ul" path This tI t- favr.i.T ;:"iu!u. have doai' ; ;:v.:'or ravin:; •v,-ay." Via Vfir . "i'v V-Movi ■> diiin' II Iiavi arf,: ; it. a' .t'll M V'i'l EO." had r.ot •unnlolv "VO'.i 1 "Oh, is thfv..?" Utinml ».!•( V.'i h"ard Dint !>oiV.;;v. an' ! It. The Ikdiovu u. i-.ov. yea; to '-O to Hit; hi with Cio bull; ii he iutltoves well ...
Ruining Business. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 11 June 1914
Ruining Business. The.other day ,a mau entered a fried .Hsh shop with a pile of sporting peri >>;llonls, and laconically inquired how niifih be .was to receive for them. "Nothing,", snapped the fried Qsh 'uu-voyor. "Ye can .take 'em.away; I ion't want the likes o' them in th/ .•a'.abiishiuent." "Turned religious. Bill?" sneered tl$ Usappointod owner o£ the papers. "No," shouted Bill. "It's a niattci :i' business, that's nil. It don't pay ma "o wrap fish up in sporting papers. My customers read 'ok." "An' if they do, what tlieu7 Are ye itVaid they'll be backing the tips?" "That's Just what I am afraid of," responded the traiionman. "They eats 'iicir fish, rends Hie Upn, hacRo theli '.'.ncy, loses their money. Then they i-.as to starve for a week or two, an iry fish is left on iny hands. Take ihem there papera av.-ay; they're nr i;ood to me."
In Either Case. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 11 June 1914
In Either Caco. "How very gad Miss Ket.hr.m looks,' remarked the guest sympathetically "Yes, poor thin;;," replied the host ens, "she was disappointed In love." "And who Is that very cross-Iookln;. woman?" "Oh, that Is Mrs. Jason. She wai disappointed In inarriayo." "It's funny," remarked Sandy Bowon "how politics ami love are no muci alike. For Ir.s:nnco. It you meet ; bonulu f;irl, :iud she fives yuu half chance to kitjr, her, you tro in for Free Trade. However, after you Rot mar l'ied. and your wii'e's mother wants u embrace her new^v-aeoniied son-ie lav.', yen r.o In for i-rntoction. If you wife seeks an r,-c".;latory rxchi'iurn ym in time become a l'assive ilcoister t'Sho turns out a limine Hitler If sin has any seuyo." remarked Mrs. Bowen who happened to overhear the couver sation. Miss X.: People are gossiping tet rlhiy .about us. Mr. Z.: But, as you and I know, the; have r.ti reason to. IVIiss X.: That's just what makes m: so ur,;,'i'y. ■When a prate becomes very rlist; thro...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 11 June 1914
Mis" PrimnniJiUilc li?p-d to hor lodjjor : "Mimur iJ.u-hcr) I'm ?arry to pay Mins Goldtooth complain* of your couching— I'm afraid i?hn will lenvn mo to-day. She declares that it sound.-; most distressful, And sho told mo to s;>y sho feels sure You'd bo well to day, if you start right away, Talcing Woods' Great lYppermint Cure." Through Ihi* exnlo-dm of n halloon n( liltL'iiiiS ihivn wen ha^v b'*nn killed. (tin; of them nvu:-; i\ aeronaut iiamL'd Le rriiiec, who was imniu;i;Ued. The balloon was driven iut > true.-;, and ignited with i\ leriiiic esylosiun. Forty people were injured.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 June 1914
Public Notice. iit lupifOF15' J. J. ^-COKRYONG. THE BEST ASSORTED STOCK IN VICTORIA. HAVE pleasure in announcing the opening up of a splendid stock of the latest designs in Ladies' Children's and Gents.' Clothing. A beautiful stock of Ladies' Millinery, Mantles and Underclothing. We are fully stocked up in— GROCERIES (only best brands kept) TEA, 6d per lb. Better value than tea-agents give. The lowest cash price list in Corryong, prices on application. We allow no one to undersell us. CROCKERY IRONMONGERY GLASSWARE TIMBER BOORS SASHES CEMENT LIME Bunyip Rabbit Traps now on hand. WINES AND SPIRITS (the choicest) "The Very Latest"—Onc-fire Stoves. THREE SIZES. Heavy stock of Hugh Thompson's and Bedggood's Boots ami Shoes (first pick), at prices which defy competition. The sweetest and cleanest stock on the Murray. Ladies are particularly invited to see our splendid stock of NEW_S EASOI^S^GOOpS, Consisting of Mantles, Millinery, Cos tumes, Corsets, Underclothing, Furs, Etc., Etc, Great...
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 June 1914
SPORTING NO'IRS. The Miser, starting at. .seven to one agst., won the Hopctoun Steeplechase at Flem ington. W. H. Blair's KilJeresc ran second in the Empire Handicap at the Uhilteru races last week. Demand ran second in the Hurdle Race at the Warwick Farm races on Saturday. Demand was favorite at sis to four against. . The Upper .Murray horse, Demand, won the Hurdle Race at Kami wick on iitli iusc., and second in the Hurdle Race at Hand wick last week. The racehorse Neerod, owned by the well-known sportsman, Mr.John M'Doimld, of T.ilkuigaitu, broke his leg while at exercisu a lew mornings ngo, und had to be destroyed. Since his arrival at Flemington, the country performer, ISungay, luu contracted lameness, and in eoimenuence has been eased in his work. The trouble is not thought to lie serious. The brown gelding Kun^ay, by Iiundook —(.ilea Dim mure, owned by J. W. Evans, Thougla, ia now at Flemington, in charge of K. J. Scammell. JJnn^ay showed &lt;;ood form at the last Corr...
FEDERALS DEFEAT WALWA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 June 1914
FEDERALS DEFEAT WALWA. An interesting gatno at Walwa 011 Saturday, resulted in !i win for the Federals by nine points, tlio final scores being :— Federals, 5 souls 8 behinds. Wnlwn, •! goals 5 behinds. Clem. Ilill had chargo of the visitors', unci Hurry captained the homo tenm. The beat work for the winnors was done by Clom. Hill, and W. Mildren and Otty, and for Walwa Harry, Smith, Drummond and Hunt were most con spicuous. Tho Federal's goals were Iticlted by Clom. Hill (9), Col. Hill and C. Lebner, and Walwa's by Hore, Eado (2) and Drummond. W. Hamilton um pired impartially. In the match against Walwa on Satur day tlio Corryong team will be picked from the following :—Baynes, Boucher, Campbell, Crawford, Greenham, Green liil!, Hamilton (4), Harris (3), Lukins, Masters, Nankervis, Phillips, Robinson, Shcathcr and Waters (2). Players aro requested to bo on tlio ground at 2.45 sharp.
CORRYONG BEATS CUDGEWA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 June 1914
COIiKYONG BEATS CUDGEWA. Saturday's mutch nt Corryong oc casioned .1 surprise, whon Corryong nmdo (i break from tlic start and defeated Cudgowa by five gonls. The final ucoros wero :— Corrvong, 7 coals 8 behinds. Cudgewu, 2 goals 5 behinds. C. Hhcuther captained Corryong and \V. Sharp had charge of tlio visitors. The lioiu1.' team's best men wore A. and II. Wators (forward), J. and A. Hamilton and Jiobiuson (ruck), L. ISaynes (roving), II. Jiiiyncs (wing), and Slieatlior (back) and C. Harris also diil useful work. Tlie most prominent for Cudgowa wero P. Jiriggs and ]i. Humphrey (ruck), Ed. and Ern. -Sharp and E. Jiriggs (buck), and L. Carkeek and A. Thomas (wing). Cor ryong's goals wore kicked by liobiuaon ('2), J. Hamilton, A. Waters, n. Waters, A. Hamilton and Greenhill ; and Cudgewa's two by G. Humphrey. About ten minutes before tho final bell ft dispute occurred between W. Sharp and tho umpire, ami the Cudguwn captain called his learn of! the ground. Whito umpired satisfactorily...