Elephind.com contains 8,621 items from Corryong Courier
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,771 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
WALVA MARKET. YOUNGHUSBAND, ROW AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 25 June 1914
.Y/AIAVA MARKET. YOUNGIIUSBAND, EOW.AKD GO* Report having held their usual monthly market at their Wuhva yards on 18;h inst., when they bOored 350 slioep and ICO cuttle. Tha yarding of both cattle and sheep forward for this sale was the lightest for a long tirao past, iho~ number being made up abiely of young oattlo and eows, thore being no bulIoclcB of any. description porined. Thoro was a fairly good attendance of buyers present, and they clearod the whole of their yarding with the exoeption of a couple of backward springers at full late rates, J?at heifers realised from JG5 to i'O ; cows, to i'5/11/; heifers, 8-yearrold, tn i'5/B/ steers, ono year old off, to i'iJ/5/; steers and heifors, ono year, well bred, to £o ; steers and •heifers, rising one year, tu .£2/10/ ; pod dies, mixed sexes, to ijl/17/. Crossbred ewes, 2 and 4-tooth, in Iamb tu Lincoln rams, to X'l/l/; cro3sbrod weaners, small, to 12/. v :
Took Him Literally. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 25 June 1914
Took Him Literally. Dreamy Dobbs, tlio tramp, Had trudged wearily along the country road without any defmito object, savo to Gnd a few stray coppers, which nilKht corno liis way from some charitable soul. He believed In tho simple life, per Laps not through choice, but. force o! circumstances would not allow him to believe iu anything else. He kept a keen, calculating oyc on houses as ho passed them, and on the outskirts of a town he passed before a trim-looking villa. In the front garden was a trim-look ing old lady. "Please mum," he whined, in his best professional manner, which years of practice had rendered well-nigh refu sal proof; "can't yer give a poor feller 3d. for a bed?" "Certainly, my man," replied tho good, kind lady; "bring it in." And then Dreamy Dobbs turned sor rowfully away, reflecting on the donao ness of humanity.
THE SUCCESS OF THE JEW. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 25 June 1914
THE SUCCESS OF THE JEW. The Jew Is well worth tho s'udy ol (ho ambitious ami energetic. His suc cess in making money Is undisputed Mill well known. Spoken of as mean, and depicted by the novelist aa shifty in ills ways, he certainly has his bad points, anil few havo forgotten them. But his Good points havo been lost sight of. Tho Englishman is ambitious, but in nine out of ten cases he does not "gel there." This is where tho Jow differs; he not only "gets there," but gets nl tho top. He is energetic and decisive. His I mind is made up quickly, and ho Is seldom wrong in his decisions. Mas terful, ho wants his own way, and gets it. Ever on tho lookout for oppor tunities, he will go in and win whilst the cautious Scot and "don't care" Englishman will hold back. If ho fails, ho doesn't whine. He simply tries again. His energetic na ture is apparent in all his acts. He talks fast and to the point. Always on the hurry, ho accomplishes tn'ice the work of many people. Called mean, in realit...
AUSTRAL PHOTOPLAY CO. LTD. [SUPPLIED.] [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 25 June 1914
a us rziti. E'sao'ybPL.w c©. [BCl'l'DIED.j In our advertising columns to-day appears the abridged pro3pcctus of tiio abuvo com pany, which has recently boon successfully floated, 100,001) Hhavcs which wereIiotd 10 reserve arc now offered fur., public (subscrip tion, payable Gd on' application and fid on allotment, and it is wbhin. tho reach of any one to take up 100 shares which ohoald re turn at least iJOvpor. cent, per annum. In addition thn/promoter.- offarsj,10; Bharea.iloii, every 103 shares uppliod for.witlnn 14 days/ Tho corapanyihavo almost eomplotedan. up to-date studio and plant in Melbourne, and being thi first of ats- kind in Australia, is receiving oncouragomont' from all Bources. The plays produced ■ will : bo typically Australian, with Australian artists, and some of the subjects will include early . station life and stories of the goldfielda. Educational .and industrial pictures will bo a special featuro, and with the beautiful scenory for which Australia is noted, t...
MULTUM IN NUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 25 June 1914
MSIg/rSJM SN NUiJF,. Corryong cattle salsa on Saturday. Fanaer.-;' Annual Convention sit Mary borough nest week. Mr C. Jj, Kobin will visit Corryonj; ou Saturday, anil may be consulted uc the Coffee Palace. Sir Alexander Peacock, at Daylesford on Friday, said' that the offer of the Premiership had eome to him unfou^ht. In fact, he hail done all thai he could to avoid it. . At 'Warragnl on Friday, Mr Mackey, i M.L.A.. opened tlis Urnt road contracted by the (.ou.".trv Koads Hoard and turned the lust aod of a iic.v road lrom \Varray ul to Leoiifp itha. .. Hope is_.(!nt.er£Aincd.. ninong .tlie.f metro politan municipal representatives thai., a bill will pntu Parliament this session wltioh will enable a Municipal Tramways Trust to lw constituted. : Tno total mimoer or Federal Land Tax payers in the central and Victoria divisions for this year is 6,035, as compared with 0,353 for last year, and the total amount assessed is £650,747, as against £064,400. About 14,000 acres of the .well-kn...
THE MARKETS. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [BY WIRE.] Wednesday, 6 p.m. Messrs Mathiesen and Davis, of St James' Buildings, Williams-street, Melbourne, wire us as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 25 June 1914
THE. MARKETS.* MELBOURNE MARKETS. > [By Wire.] - :\Vodncs&lt;3ny, 6 p.m. ' Messrs; Mnthiosou anil Davis, of St James' Buildings, Williutus-6trcet,-Mel bourne, wire us as followa':— : ' Fat Cattle.—2,490 yarded, comprising 8CO from'N.B.W., 850 from North East, 250 from Gippsland, .450 from - Bou th Gippslaml, 000 from North, and 800 from' West. ' Tho market generally' rrled ensior to in somo ' cases 10/ yor head lo'wor than last week's high rates. . Clos ing sales woro the weakest. Prime pens of bullocks, JJ14/7/ to £15/5/; extra, to .£17/2/6 ; odd beasts, to i!21/7/0 j. good, .£12 to £18/10/; good, light and handy, ilO to Ji'11/10/ ; scoonds and iuferior, A'8. Prime pons of cows, JG9/10/ to -fc'll ; extra, to .£13/10/; odd boast3, to £14/15/; good, ifi8/G/ to £9 ; others, from A'4/15/. Fat Calves.— 550 ponned. Prices very firm. , > Fat Shoop. — 19,500 ■ yarded. The market oponcd dull, with the oxception of a tow pons of extra cboieo erossbroda, which about raaehod Into...
THE SUB-TREASURY. Mr A. O'Leary, receiver and paymaster, supplies us with the following list for public information:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 25 June 1914
■i'SJE SllB-TmEASSJKl''. Mr! A. O'Leary, receiver an-1 pny | mastJr, supplies us with tho to'luwia;; list fpr public information :— Accounts awaliiiu' Payment. — L~. Shield, J. Haves, H. K. Nichols, \V. I'lifojt, II. C. iinhertiMU, C. i". Jo!i! A. I'iiylt:, 1£. A. Elliott, C. J.i. V. Oriii.-'.i, J. C.jA. ScH'ici-ier. Lciiso for lixiv-'n'ion. — M. A. Yo:in;;. !ir Oo'ivoi-y.—11. I-. Sch';!.:, 0. L^r.l, G. C. Smith, J. II. K. Ken dall,;!:. Jc-!V.;ott, jr. Cijw;i Grants for Delivery, — E. L. Mo'irricSf, M. .M'Namara, 11. Cai'iwoli umJ C. 13. Uro-v.i.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 25 June 1914
POSITION OF RELIGIOUS OBJECTORS UNDER THE AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE ■ ■ ACT. Many Christians, apart from, members of Ibo Society of Friends, hold it incompatible j with their views of Christianity, to tako] hhman life, cither singly or collectivcly, they believing that taking part in war. or training for same is wrong. This yiolv .point the Society of Friends and'othore have hold for centuries, and to day increasing thousands throughout the world are accepting a eimilar position. During modern wars', Buch as Jhe Frdneb-Prussiati \Var,: South African" War arid the Balkan War, membersof th/v So ciety pf Friends gladly, voluntarily camo for ward and'did modioli'.and relief'work for both.'Bides,'but,refus-ng;t"6;doJspKaiiVpart .61 the'fightingmchiiie of *'eitHerrpi(]e'.';They also spent tens of thousands of pounds; in re lieving hardships resulting from the 'wars which work thoy aro still carrying on atj, tho Balkans. Tho point it is desired to have clear 13 that numbers feel they cannot.under...
CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 25 June 1914
&lt;JOIS!S «S J»&lt;> Si» E N € K. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER. Dkaii Sir,—Finding I am unable to obtain justice, I write earnestly appalling to your readers to use their influence to protect Australian lads in various States from unjust treatment from the Defence Department. My own son at this moment lies in a solitary confinement cell in tlie ljueenscliff fortress /or no other misde meanour than loyalty to his parents' views of Christian teaching, and thus our cherished right of parental control has been forced from 113. Our Tom, a lad of 10, was sent to (Jueenseliff on, Wednesday (last weelc) for 21 clays for refusing to train under the Defence Act. My .wife and I are members of the Society of Friends, and hold strong convictions against military matters, a principal held vital, foe cen turies, in the religious views of Quakers and others, and however your readers may differ from me on this point £ am siire'lbat as men and women they will agree that tliis is n...
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 — 25 June 1914
. - THEniAUS' BECOltDa. - Following aro* the 'records of tho riiln fall, for 1905, 190G, 1907, 1903, 1009, , 1910 ,1911, . 1912 an d 1913 SO-feo 05-65 iO t!I r-i-Po f-'o-Oi! R0-.',o 88-S5 05-98 OA-08 is-5 el -I' &lt;:f o 0o-l Si::: r&lt;M p:)'5 v.'j-y. 'jo r rj-o Zir 1 '.:i &lt;&lt;;•;! : L-: !•(") 0 i •" r-o-x ;A r i: ( CL'-I 0'J c V L ■ 0 Tfi-J Clf-K tit-1 if.'-f; 01-1 li'.o I i! o Su-0 i: J l i: C'ii-5 0!N5 ?C. 5 $:(>•& OD-O >0-0 Hi-i 'J'J-Z io-r ;;o-1 ilj o ZL 0 ii-0 l'J-0 0i-I or-n tv.-- 1 ; '.M S'V Z'J l i i-1 fro-:? :• &lt;■(:•!! i:i-1 is.'J r-i [ i r.-r S[- [ ':i-u Vi-i> 00-5 O.'i-ti SA-* ir,-x uz-i ii-v Ho-(j j:i-S Sf-8 uG-T t'J-T' UG-U t'o-8 91-5 iS-1 19-1 88-9 fiO-'o 8i-0 o::-i 'cm zf-i 'osa X8-0 'AO'N df.f -joq 08-5 t.S-X ''""V 08-o &lt;C|uj\ Ci-S 0U"£ oi-o &lt;C"K 09-X 1'idY A6-0 '-"IIM 8M 'qojl X8-5 'UVf *!6T 5ICI ITCI 0101 t»a 8001 i06l 0061 C06X At Youngs N.SAN'., G. K. KifJi-irdnon, •F. V., v.m...
COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. SATURDAY, JUNE 20TH, 1914. [Before Mr A. Harris, J.P.] DEFAULT SUMMONSES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 25 June 1914
COURT OF -PEI'TV «JBSSI»H§. Saturday, .] van. c'Onr, ]!} 14. [Before llr A. ilurris, J.p.] dhfault summonsks. EL Lebner v. J. Couglilan.—Claim for £17/3/, balance due on a dishonored pro missory note. Mr Hood appeared for complainant. No notice of defence was filod.—An order was made for amount claimed, with £8/0/0 costs. E. Paton v. W. Collins.—Claim for £1/15/, for goods sold and delivered.— Withdrawn on application of Mr Hood (for complainant). J. J. Phelps and Co. v. A. W. Scott.— Claim for -£14/5/8, for &lt;>oods sold -and de livered. Mr Hood appeared for com plainant. No notico of defence was filed. —A.u order wnj mada for the amount claimed, with £2/1/6 costs. T. W. Brown v, B. L. Prater.—Claim for J!17, for medic.il services ronderod. Mr Di'gcty appeared for' complainant. No notion of dofenee was filod.—An order was made for ainonnt claiwod, ■ with X'l/17/G costs.
THE PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 25 June 1914
' :■ 'JM SJ i'KOfi S5 pis s'a9SOCBA- ' 'WON. -vV:'> » 6 The monthly meeting of the. execu-: live of the Corryong Progress Asso ciajron was lield in tbo Courier oflioe,' Cor:yong, on Monday evening. The .following members were present, viz., A. Harris (chairman),.. Davis, Hamil ton} Brown, Pealce, Playle, Ourainius aad!A. Bitrtlett (hou. secretary). An apology for absence was received from Mr ;H. Harris.. Minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed., A letter was read, from Or Nankervis, re Corryong Water Supply, stating, that he would not be able to . attend the Council meeting, but had arranged for the business to.be dealt with. The secretary stated that, the engineer had been'instructed, on tbo motion of Or Dobinson, to forward the necessary particulars to the State Rivets Com mission. The ■ proposed telephone exchange for Corryong was' discussed, but further consideration of the matter was held over. The inconveaience of the present public telephone ufc the local post-...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 25 June 1914
Public Noticc. 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 Linimeut Liquid Peptonoids • Say's Essence Iyer's Sarsaparilla chloride of Lime ~!nndv'& Fluid jckW's Crvstils . • *, •hoklon's New Discovery 'Fluid. Magnesia Citrate Magnesia Stearne's Headache Wafers Dr. Kelrqo's Eye Lotion Cascara Sagrada Porous Plasters Morton's Sedleitz Powders, 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 Care Sparklet Bulbs Bay Rum Lavender Hair Wash Beefchain's Glycerine and Cu^ ' cumber ' , Glycerine . Vaseline Bottles^ . r Petroleum Jelly Cod Liver Oil Carbolic Oil Barry's Tricopherous. Angier's Emulsion ' Scott's Emulsion Clement's Tonic Menthol Cones Marking Ink Cascara Pills Williams'Liver Pills .• Cockle's Pills Weston's Magic Pills Doan's Dinner Pil...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 25 June 1914
S'tibiic .EYEE MPfOsf. Mranl Pirates, •«w__c O S a Y O N G **s» THE BEST ASSORTED STOCK IN VICTORIA. IJ[AVE pleasure in announcing the in opening np 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 Oorryong, prices on application. \ We allow no one to undersell us. CROCKERY IRONMONGERY ;" v/ GLASSWARE TIMBER BOORS SASHES LIME Bimyip Rabbit Traps now on hand. WINES AND SPIRITS (tlie- choicest) "The Very Latest"---One-fire Stoves. THESE SIZES. Heavy stock of Hugh Thompson's and Bedggooc^s Boots and 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 Consisting of Mantles, Millinery, Cos .tumes, Corsets, Underclothing, Furs, ...
VENUS AND JUPITER. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 25 June 1914
VENUS AND JUPITER. The N.S.W. Government Astronomer writes : — "The bright star now appearing in the evening sky a trifle north of west is the planet Venus. It has come to stay with us for some considerable time, and will be visible as the evening star until about the middle of November. For some time to come it will be higher night by night at the same time, reach ing its greatest apparent dis tance from the sun on Septem ber 13th. It will also increase in brilliancy till October 23rd, when it will be at its maximum. It will be very interesting to; watch it moving along the ecliptic towards Mars, which it will pass on August Gth. Another brilliant object is beginning to show-up in the east, namely, theplanet Jupiter. At present, it does not rise till about 10 p.m., but it will be rising earlier at the rate of about two hours per month, and will bo visible all night during August."
RAILWAY LOCAL RATES. REASONS FOR ABOLITION. STATEMENT BY COMMISSIONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 25 June 1914
RAILWAY LOCAL RATES. j REASONS FOK ABOLITION. STATEMENT BY COMMISSIONERS. The abolition of local rail way rates, which has been determined upon by the Cab-' met, will not mean a very1 serious loss to the State. It is 1 officially stated that the sum earned on all lines where the' rate is iu operation doos not amount to £10,000, and that the Joss is not sufficiently serious to necessitate any in- j crease in fares or freights" In 1 the course of a statement on the . question last week, the RailwayCommissioners pointed out that prior to 1893 it was necessary for the Railway de partment to purchase any privately-owned land required for the construction of a new line of, railway, but, following upon a recommendation made by the .Pi'irlianiHij-wirv Stainiin Committee oji Railways, pro- j vision way embodied in the Railway 'Lauds Actjnisifcion Act lS93_that the land should be acquired by a duly appointed Railway Construction Trust, which, under the Act, was given power to raise money for ...
FEDERALS AND CUDGEWA PLAY A DRAWN GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 25 June 1914
'FEDERAIiS AND CUDGE%A PLAT ' A DRAWN GAME. ' The Cudgewa ami Federal teams mat on the Cudgewa ground on Saturday and a fast and frendly same resulted in a draw, the final scores being equal,, viz. :— Cadgewa, 2 goals 5 behinds. Federals, 2 goals 5 bohinds. ■ At halt time Cudgewa was loading by throe points. Iu tho third quarter the Federals got a lead of ono point, and a very exciting fourth quarter terminated with tiie scores lovel. Clem. Hill captained the Foderals, and AV. Sharp had ohargo of Cudgewa. Clou)., Hiir and Jeffries kicked the Federal goals, and W. arid T. Sharp kicked Cudgewa's. Tho best work for Cudgowa was dono by AV. Sharp and G. Humphrey (for.vard), P. Brigg3 and R. Humphrey (following), A. Thomas (centre) arid Ed.; Sharp (back). Tho most prominent for the Federals wero Jeffries and Olom.' Hill (forward), A. Mildren ,arid Col. Hill (ruck) and F. M'Kunzie (following). W. Hamilton umpired impartially. A meeting of the Upper Murray Foot ball Association was held at ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 July 1914
Woods' Gmil. lV]i|»:niiiiit (Jure, for Couglia unii Colds, uevur fails, l/(j. Public Noticc. ^-COEEYONG. THE BEST ASSORTED STOCK IN ' VICTORIA. HAVE pleasure in announcing tlie 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. Look out for Bargains for CASH right through THIS MONTH in Drapery, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Furniture and Bedding. The stock must be sold at any price to make room for NEW GOODS arriving in August. 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 DOORS SASHES CEMENT LIME Bunyip Rabbit Traps now 011 hand. WINES AND SPIRITS (the choicest) "The Very Latest"---One-fire Sfcove& THREE SIZES. Heavy stock of Hugh Thompson's and Bedggood's Boots and S...
THE YEARS' RECORDS. Following are the records of the rainfall far 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, find 1913:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 July 1914
THE YEARS' HECOHDS. Following aro the records of the rain fall far 1903. 19G15, 1907, 11)03, 19C9, 1910, 1911, find 1913 _ mmmm IIiSIISISsissIl| il llllllllils?! 1 llllSSssIlsSIill g I 3g$3r32SS?;£S£ | g lissiisssisssiii IIKIIHIIIIIII! IlallllllllSlsIs ll liSIIssiEgsgll s IliSllHIiSIHll