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YOUNGHUSBAND, ROW AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 June 1914
. YOtJNGIIUSBAND, ROW AND CO. Report having held their'usual fortnightly sale of fat and storo stock ut the Albary jiinnieipal ynrds on 9th inst., when they offered SS fat oattlo and 5000 fut and store shnep. Therb was 11 good attend ance of th9 trfttjb prpsent. Quotations Bullocks, to i'14/17/G ; cows, to £12/16/ ; waters, to i'6. Crossbrol wothors, to 40/; ci-ossbrod owes, to 25/ ; inorino ewes, to 17/8; lambs,-to 21/0.
TINTALDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 June 1914
TINTALDRA. Tho series was brought to a conclusion: at Tintaldra oil Saturday night. Mt P. M'MeeUin aetoti as chairman. A local addition to tho programme vw a spirited bug pipe selection by Mr L. Crowe. There was a large attendance, ami tin on ublo night wns ppent. Miss Sylvia. M'lnnes was again successful in the High land Fling. The concerts were well patronised, and should result in a substantial profit for iho Church funds. Tho committee—' Messrs Dali^eiy, Hamilton and Harris— are congratulated upon tho success of their efforts, the energetic secretary, Mr Dalgetv being especially comm-nded for tho energy and industry he displayed iu connection with tho series throughout. Mr Keil M'lnnes in Forms us that tho whisky "manimm" used by him in tho "Wue Deoch-an-Doris" was >\ «>ift from Messrs Dewar ami Sons. (It was empty when wo inspected it.) Woods' Creat Peppermint Cure, fov Coughs anil Colils, never fails, 1/0.
WALWA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 June 1914
WALWA. There was u ;;ood attondanco at Wahva. oil Friday eveiiii'.y, ami tin; items wlto v,\'l! received. Mos&lt;rs L. FI. Lowe and II. G. Uiuma cui-rii'il out the? stwtaml duties, uti'l tin: eonuort was wry success fill. Mr 11. U.'iiKia nfiu'intel as chuir luan, Tiu? Highland Flini: iu I-h'> "Ua^ tiniB" turn was nicely daueed by Miss Sylvia M'Imies.
THE INCOME TAX. THE CURRENT RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 June 1914
.TIlB/iiSeOiWJ? TAX. THECCUiUICNT 11ATES. , Personal 1-Yom Exertion. Property. Kvi'iy £1 up. to £500 lid ... i>d LttKHo £1,1100 4d ... 8*1 CI,000 to C 1,500 yd ■ ... Md Over £1,500 Gd ... lad An exemption of £200 is allowed. No person who*** income from personal exertion and properly did not exceed JJ'-iuu .-hall hi; liable to tux. Tliu ratej* for eosiipanie* art* Sd for' lift; it;>iiraiu:e companies and 7tl for others.
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 — 18 June 1914
THE MARKETS. , MELBOURNE MARKETS. . [By Wiuk.] AVednosday, 6 p.m. Messrs Mathioson and Davis,'of St James' Buildings, Williams-street, Mel bourne, wire us as follows:— Put Cuttle.—1,500 yorded, comprising 850 ffom Gippsland, 200 from South Gippsland, 550 from North-east, 150 from West and 200 from North. Tho supplios wore inadequate for requirements. The market oponod fully 20/ higher for bul locks, find hardened as sale progressed to 351 higher, closing with a further upward tendency. Cows generally ruled 20/ higher. Primo pons cf bullocks, £14/10/ to ±'16/15/; extra, to £18/10/ ; odd beasts, to £25 ; good, £12/101 to £14 ; good, light and handy, £10/5/ to £12 ; seconds and inferior, from £8/10/. Primo cows, £11 to £12/10/; odd boasts, to £8/10/ ; good, £7 to £10 ; others, from £5. Pat Calves. — 525 penned. Prices ruled higher. Fat Sheep. — 15,700 yarded. Tho market opened .villi tho demand good for all good to primo sorts, 10/ above last week's closing rates, and rapidly hardened ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 June 1914
J'ial>lic Noticv J J m m « i » STOCK, THE • FOLLOWING :— Row's Embrocation Elliman's Embrocation Solomon Solution Ayer's Hair Vigor Plasmon Irish Moss > Greathead's Mixture Hypol Frew's Domino Liniment Liquid Peptonoids ; , Kay's 'Essence - , Ayer's Sarsaparilla Chloride of Lime Coudy's Fluid . ' Condy'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 Powders Maltine Scrubb's Ammonia Sheldon's Liuiment . Eno's Fruit Salts Jayne's Expectorant. Eucalyptus White Pine Cough Syrup - Jayne's Liniment Seigel's Syrup Hearne's Bronchitis Cnre Sparklet Bulbs Bay Pium Lavender Hair-Wash Beetham's Glycerine and Cu cumber Glycerine Vaseline Bottles Petroleum-Telly Cod Liver Oil Carbolic Oil ' Barry's Tricophorous Angier's Emulsion" Scott's Emulsion Clement's Tonic Menthol Cones Marking Ink Cascara Pills Williams' Liver Pills Cockle's Pill3 Weston's Magic Pills Doan's Di...
TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 June 1914
TOIVOSG Sillitr. &lt;;#OJiCIL., The ordinary monthly mooting of above body was held on Tuesday, 9th inst., at the Council Chambers, Tallangatta. Tho following members wore present. •: viz., Crs Irvine (president), M'Grath, Paton, Tobin, Sutherland, Dobinson, Scobie, Cardwoll, Lobban and Briudley;' Minutes of previous meeting wcro: ready and con firmed. . v ' • - CORRESPONDENCE. / ' Secretary to Minister of Railways wrote, stating'that consideration .will be given to Council's requests for- a water trough in stock trucking yards-at-'I'al langutta,. and a shelter for pigs.—Be ceived. , Chief Veterinary Officer wrote:—"I ' beg to acknowledge receipt of your; letter, of the 7th inst., relative to the proclama tion of the Shire of Towong' under the Milk and Dairy Supervision Act 1905, and to acquaint you, in reply, that the matter will have prompt attention."— Beeeived. . I Secretary, of Health Department wrote, stating that the use of Publio Hall at • Corry'ong for public purpos...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 June 1914
• " THE" tu? No Resident of the District CAN A?FORD to do without his District'News paper. It is the'only means by whioh the jfcoplo of the district can keep' in touch with the affairs in which they arc personally interested. The City dailies ami weeklies nro n.ll very well for thoso who wish to keop posted upon affairs ct State and of the world. Hut docs not a comparatively trilling ©vent in oui own neighbourhood loom much larger in our &lt;syos. than tho downfall of s isation on tho othor sido of tho world? The local newspaper that gives all tha 'news of its own towji and District— all tho doings of its peoplo and the !:;\p puniugs—is therefore the Newspaper that holds first plaeo in the regard oi ail who take a healthy interest in their surroundings. ' In addition to. tho personal claim tbo district Nowspaper possesses it givo j ve-ry, real iidvantagos from, a busiuess standpoint. Whether in business ir | -the^toiVn or on tho Ian J it ia of tho utmost iinportanco to have ...
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 — 18 June 1914
POSTAL. RATES AND REGULATIONS [Wlioro tlib term: "Tho Common wealth". is used in connection \rith: tiieso; ratoa aiid regulations it includes 1'apua; Lord Howo Island, arid Norfolk Island.] T V. ITI.Vrj'a V ■ • For over? 1 ounce or fraction . thereof i For deliver; within tho Commou u'oaJth ....... ........ .. 01 For delivery in the British Em pire ........ .. .... .. .. 0 1 For delivory in the New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands . . 0 2 For delivery in. other places .... 0 2J LETTER CARDS. For delivery within tho Commonwealth: ^ gle. Id. each. I1 or delivery in New Hebrides, Banks, .ana. lonres Islands—Single, 2d. each. °,f. delivory in otlier places— Single, sjd. each. 0.; ' -POSTCARDS. , blngJe Postcards impressed with th« la. stamp, and Rcply-or doublo cards, each half of which has the Id. stamp impressed thereon, may he transmitted' to places within 'fchoCommonwSaith, arid to those, places, enumerated under . 'Letters, 1 .-to which, tetters 'may . be 'transmitted.at tho rat...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 25 June 1914
Public Notice. A MUMUME TlflfHWAY 6FFEE1 writes SMs kScr. Mr. Charles Root', of 42 GSacSen-st., East Brunswick, who for 33 years has flSEed an irsiportant position Ssra the EVleSbowrrae Tramway and O.B. Company, writes this letter, which other officiate can corsflrm, to ::J iVl :»4 -i ') r : 4 frl -1 S- y. This is a Dooysnsni: ofspeciaS Enterest to £.11 railway and tramway roem. 42 Bladen Strert, East Qrunswtclc, 2/4/12. CS.EIWENTS TOWIC LTD., "It was tho ontf of Deoomber, 1911, that I caught cold and wa3 laid up with plourisy, which bosamo very serious. Tho iSooior thought It advisable to consult with another physician rog-srCins my llinoss. For throo days MY TEMPERATURE WAS 104 DncitJES. UV LIFE 17A3 DESPAIRED OF, BUT IT WAS THROUGH TAKI.VS T.,2 DOCTOR'S AQVIC: THf.T I AM IN THE LAND OF THE LIVING TO-DAY. 113 advised my WlfO to got CLE'.JEN.TS TONIC FOH ME. 1 THERE WAS LIFE IK THAT MEDICINE.' I am cor.-Jlnocd that ivhon ho said, 'Lifo In CIorn8nt3 Tonic,' thoy wore THE TRUEST WORD...
PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 25 June 1914
PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED. . "Life" for June, ju.it to hand from tho publishers, Messrs Fitchett -Bros., Mel bourne; has tin intorosling articlo on re citing and publio epenking by Mr.A. Wnt son, the ftimaua English "olooutionist. Other special articles dual with Big Game Hunting.Jn Africa and Australian Bird Lifo, and the usual topical reviews mako up a good uuuibor.
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 25 June 1914
\ - Tliuiiiantlilv. com pulh ioii, waH playcil nn; • the -local-links on Wedhesrlay anil ■ Satnr-. day of last week, witli the following re sults 1 ■ i.wiks: ,. Gross, fl'cap. Net. Miss B. Grecnhill, ... 07 13 •15 Mra Acocks bo 12 . 53 Miss Liliou■■■.:■ ■ 71 ' 15 58 GENTLEMEN". Entmsle 78 3 .75 Netlicrcote 91 9 82 I'orshaw • ... 82 . 8 81 Uouclier ■ ... 103 20 85 llibberd . ... 115 - 2-1 91 Thwaites > 1X1 20 01 Parslow • ... 114 22 92 A. Harris, jr. 113 20 93 Greenham ' ... 119 ' 22 97 Anderson ■ mo 20 103 J. Mocatta 120 It 112 Several cards were not banded w. Nest Saturday a match is to bo played 1/etween teauis picked up by the president and captain.
CORRYONG DEFEATS WALWA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 25 June 1914
CORRYONG DEFEATS WALWA. Walwa rind Oorryong teams raotjon tho local ground on,Satrirday, and a fast and willing (jamo tormiiiated in favor of the home loath, the final scores being— Oorryong, 8 goals 14 behinds. f Walwu, 5 HOala 8 bahinds. -, i 0. Sheath'er captained- Oorryong; and Harry hud charge of' Walwa. Goals for the winners were.kicked byGreonliill (5), Boucher, A. Waters and A. Hamilton, iind 1'or Walwa by J. Purss (2), WiDrura mond (2) and' O'Keefe. ' Tho bait work for Oorryong was dona'by J. Hamilton and Bobinson (following)j A. Hamilton (roving), Sheathor arid A.' Waters (back), Greenhill and Lukins (forward) and H. Waters (wing). M. Phillips and G. Hamilton showed improved . form. Walwa's most prominent players were Smith (centre), Hicks (roving), Harry and G. Purss (back), J. Purss and W. Drum raond (forward), W. Hiimm and P. Hunt (wing), and L. Mann (following). P. Whito umpired satisfactorily.
A Bad Name for a Testimonial. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 25 June 1914
A Bad Name for s Testimonial. Advertiser uo manager or news paper): You mado a nice mess c! that testimonial advertisement. Manager: How? Advertiser: Why, John Smith wrote "Your 'Livo for Ever Pellets' af-o do in« jr.e a great deal of good. Senr another box"; and I told you to giu the letter a prominent place. Manager: I did—i.-nir.ajiately follow Ing the death notice;;. Arlverti3or: Y?s; and In the dentl notices waa the name of John Smith1 A doctor, young and inexper.'eneert '.vns attending a lady suffering from i severe internal complaint. On one oc casion at the close of hiss visit he beg ged -or 0 word in private with tin iuislmnd. -Your wife's case is somewhat com plicated," "lie said, "and "with you Vvrmission I should like to call in an other doctor in consultation." "Permission!" echoed the other, in ilignantly. "i told her I knew she oup.h to have a &->od doctor, but she wa afraid you'd bo ntfc-ndod I? sho did'
STATE POLITICS. OPENING OF SESSION. PROGRAMME OF BILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 25 June 1914
-STATK;POL|TIC».v ■ OPENIKQ OF SESSION.. : ( ; PROGRAMME'OF BILLS. V State Ministers on Monday approved of the final draft of th|2 speech which' ■ His Excellency the Governor ' (Sir . Arthur Stanley) was to deliver, at the opening of the Statex Parliament yes terday afternoon. ' The programme.of bills to be submitted duriug the session will probably include the''fol lowing measures:— : Factories Act Amending Bill. Charities Bill.' ■ Local Government Act Amending Bill, to empower the amalgamation of shires with smalj revenues. A bill to deal with trusts and mo nopolies in restraint of trade. A bill to empower the creation , of. '.'.trusts.to erect cool stores for fruit. ■ . . A Compulsory Cream - grading ' Bili. • • . , A bill to provide for the appoint ment of a committee for fixing of the f.a.q. standard for wheat. . A bill to abolish the necessity for Minister's being re-elected after ac cepting salaried positions in the Cabinet. ' \ _ j' . A\ bill to abolisli local rate's J on A ...
Hard to Please. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 25 June 1914
Hard to Please. Two tramps were discussing the ways and means of living in tiiis hard world without being laid up with bod ily exhaustion. "If it only warn't slcb a Ions way off, Bill, we might so to the SouLh Sea Islands, Cokernnts an.l bananas all over the place for nuthin'." Bill ruminated deeply for some time and queried: "I suppose yer 'as ter pick 'em?" "Yus, o' course." "Ugh!" was the disgusted r»pl> "I knew there'd be somo drorback."