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CORRYONG NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 January 1914
CO'iiRYONG NOMINATION'S. Th*1 following nnmirmtionq have boon ' reeaivud fur Lne iwu principal hundiaupa to bo run at ilia Con-yon,; H>cj j oa -li'i an«l Sth pros.:— CoRrtY.jN'o Cup. H. J. Piiton's bmipiy. T. PatonVNongooru. J. I'lurcb'K iinoltwoiijj. W. Lowilcu'd Oubrniii. W II Hluii's IIiIIl-u'^ . G. ■Hrndloy's AVelumbn. Tiiouat-A IIaxuioap. •; H. .I. Puion's Simply. 'I1. Putui) -i Nooyuoru. J. Pi»rcn's liiiiiktt'on;;: W. Lnwilen's Cobinm.. • . \V. JT. Bliur's Ritlcient. • 'A. 0..AVhitnliBiid's L>»inan&lt;l. ..• . y A. D. \Vhittilu:id'i> Mi*s Favor. - tTuhn \\ Imohond'g Win Oii.rx—' * - i; S WhtiehondV Pan In ffMjraaleyJs.VVoluuibn.'
CORRESPONDENCE. VICTORAI COTTAGE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 January 1914
&lt;!OSe«KSIM»X»ESCE. victoria. cottagk. to tu:: editop. of run colt.iki:. Dkau Sin, —I crave a stnall ?pa-c in your valuable papi?r to thank LV. Daniels' for hi.*; skilful tr-'.itiv.jnt an>I kin.inou me whilo umler his care a: th~ local EIo--pit.il ; also to thank Xui\-e Mino;;uo for her unremitting attention whilst unJor her care. I may stat* tlieic is more attentiori given to patients in thu local IIo>pit.'.!, b.»th by dyator unl nurse, than couM U; ha-I in any of the Hos* piUls in Melbourne. -lours uiihuillr, W. TAYLOR. Though Creek, lS.'l/'l-l. Therewill l)e contest* in thn A and R. ridings of tlie TumlKirnmlu Shire, the fol lowing U.*ing t lie eau&lt;lid:in»s :—A riding : Me*«rs A. i.*uttam, T. MvAiiUHm mid V\ J, M'Meekin ; H ruling : Messrs (5oo. T. Ueineeke, Wiu. Figures and it. M\\Iiek in^. Messrs .r. W. Ouiiiting'.iLtui and f>. M'Gimiitj* wore iVai'ujd uuui>poscd fjr 0 riding.
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 January 1914
si'oiiriya xoiES. ; Iti n light. with lVinue Foote,- winner of tlw M»ll»t&lt;iriiR ("up of 19 )3, the imported fijiiiiuu Suiiiie sini.iiiieil injuries that have resulted in his tle.itli. The programme for-the two day's races of tiiu L'.nv.iu^ fiirf Cl.i'i, to be held on Thursday and Friday, 2l)th and '27th February, is published in.thU issue. A uieelin;.' of the committee of the C'.ir r.v«ng Kacinj; tJiuti w.is held at Ja^er's llul.ll on Tuesday uveiiiii&lt;;, when the fol lowing members >vere present, viz., Messrs A. liaruclt (chairman), Heyenga, Hood, Jaipur,. lCoIieruon, Campbell ami the sec retary. Mimue.i ui previous meeting were read and conlfrmed. The secretary re ported that sis nominations had been re ceived for the Corryon0' Cup and ten for the Thoivjla Handicap, and he was in structed to forward them to the liandi capper. The secretary reported sellm-; the privilege' as follow Publican's booth, K. ICniylit, £15/10/ ; fruit stall, Mrs M'Onlly, 30/ ; shoo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 January 1914
l>ul>lic Notice. iortant Notice, To the peopie cf Sonjoog J,. CAMPBELL HAS decided to still farther offer t;!ie same induc^\neiits for Cash • or "Boolmil, Ji^jBir^iaAj;"month. Cash. Booked. 18/ ' 19/. 1/8 1/9 1/8 ~ 1/9 16/11 18/ 12/6 13/6 8/ 8/6 10/6 . "11/6 1/3 1/4 - 1/9 ■ 2/0 The following are the Cash and Booking Prices for the undermentioned goods: Best Flour (bag) .... . .. Tollartl, bus. Bran, bus. Sugar (bag) Kerosene, case .... : R. Salt ..., .. v. , L. Salt, best No. 8 Wire, American _ .. Barb .... .... Also a great clearing out of Oddments in the Drapery and Boot Departments. All odd lines are being turned out, and will be cleared at special prices.'that will ensure a quick sale, J «««^ao^lio--Oad3pcM3xi:^'ti»T>i©'fton^vnrc^l^S?,e!" oddments in Boots and Shoes, Skirts, Blouses, Children's Dresses, One-piece Robes, Corsets, Ribbons and G-loves, •REMNANTS, The Remnant table is laden with bar gains in Dress Muslins, Prints, Fancy Muslins, Sateens, Art Muslins, Galate...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 January 1914
1st * Mcnsorinm. COCLSTOS:-l!i loving mpmorj. of our dear mother, who departed thirf lae ua -January 21st, 1912: Fitrev^U mr o\\N» «lcar Mother, . Swcot tilOUglltd Di yotl Wi; Jccvp : : AUhougli two ha* pa^ed away, Our grief U just as deop. - —Inserted by-her loving husband, V»*m. CoulMou, and family.
YOUNGHUSBAND HOW AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 January 1914
YOUN'OilUSn.LNO MOW AN*I> CO. Rppon hiiviiiy lic'o :'.i-jir nsufU fortnightly sule of fat .tiid storH atotilt lit their \Vo don^a v;itil« on 13'h iust. -Tim attend aia-p :if ilio trmlfl was better than usual. Knllnck?, to i' 10/3/ ; " pun'1 stpprn, to ■t'7/3/-: to JE7/15/ : voul>'rs, to £■1;t) ;• bitiiop.ks.-S yrs.-oU, tu fii/4/ ;
DALGETY AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 January 1914
DALGKTV AND CO. Ropoi l having lioM the opening mile of the Now yVtr it their Wotlonjjn yniiis on IScli iiisi. Quotations: — RjIIooIcs, to £7/19/; of ii-:l -f, from i'6/14/; cows, to £'6,"2/; heifer's, to A'G/10/ ; voalers, from £4/3/ ; bniloitlis, i)i to 4 vi-s.-olJ, to £j/;>/ ; cowa miJ eiilvu.-i, -t't/10/.
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 — 22 January 1914
THE MARKETS. M EL150UUN 12 MA KKF.TS. HlV W'JRE.] Wetlm**ilay, C p.m. • Messrs Mathieson and i.'.-ivm, oi oi. J Allies' \Villium*>«lrtxti, Mel bourtio, wire ua as follows :— Fat Cuttlo.—B795 yarded, comprising COO from N.S.W., 1000 from North East, 500'. from Gippsland, • 400 from North, 5.50 from West, nud 380 from Smith C'ippslanii. Tho ui.irk"t opened. 10/ lower, nnd afterwards flictu.'Ue.l to in now* cases about equal to' lift* rates/ Cowsriiled pructioul y unehnnijed. Prime pens of bullocks, £10/15/ to .£12 ; "extra, to £13/7/0 ; sootl, 1*9/5/ to £10/5/; good, light and handy, £8 to A'9 ; seconds nttd inferior, from i(5. PiimepeiH of cows, £7/10/to A-S/iO/ ; extra, to £10/15/ ; good, £G to £7 ; others, from 1*4. Fat Calves. — 000 ; penned.'* Prices ruled decidedly bettor. Fat Sheep.' — yO.OOO yarded. Tho market opened nnst-eady, imd continued williont~nny inaction throughout, prices receding from Gil to 1/ par head under last week's rates. Closing sales were weaker. . Fat La...
MULTUM IN NUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 January 1914
. jtiifi/riui '|W;. n«!&lt;}«•;. Tooma salo on Tuesday next. " Wodonga horse sale to-day and' to morrow. -■ , _. Mr [1. Vandenlmrg, dentist, announces liis dates in chin issue. Cudgewa Dairy Co. invites tenders . for horse feed. See advt. Monday next being Foundation Day the Talking itta JJub-Treasnry will be : closed. • . . . .... .. • - TheTooma Crieket.Club are holding -a ■ grand social in tlie. Toomti Hull oiv ULlif February." • ■ All ia quiet in South Africa, and theinen are returning to work. Even, in Pretoria the strike lias collapsed, . : - The proposal to build a new Hospital lit Albury is being-liberally supported. To date £2655/2/ lias been received. -••••' Air Murray, tlie' Chief Secretary, tin? fixed AVcdncsday, 11th-'February,', an the date for the.opemn» of the duck season in - 'Victoria. - At a lagoon a few miles out of IiochestcrL a boy was drowning, when bis sister, aged 10 years, went to his assistance. Both lost their lives. ; - At Tnllangatta police cour...
WODONGA MARKET. R. H. SMYTH AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 January 1914
WODONGA MARKET. R, II. -SMYTH AND 00. Ri-port h-jldini;' their u«nnl f>irtnighr&lt;ly sn!u of fnt mill storu stock in tlitiir Wo dunjja on liJch inst., to n at teiiilnniiG of the tniHo. Tha.y Quote : — Bullocks, to i'10jA[; cows,, to XT7/10/'; ht'ifors. 10 £0/10/ ; vi'alors, to i'4/1'2/ ; spi injurs, t«> LT//. Merino eu'us, to 8/6 ; ei(i95i)ioii ewes, to 17/3;' lambs,.'shorn, at 9/6. _.
ALBURY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 January 1914
, ALBUKY PU0DU015 MARKET. The Albury Wool and Produce Brokers "(Messrs Xonnglinaband,. IWw and Co. Piy, Ltd., .las. Uoiijnhoun and Sons, D:il&lt;;«ty and Cj. L'iI., and- Mathieson. anil JJivis) icpo't " holding -tha n?ual monthly suln of butchers' and still inn produce fit Albury on 1 (>rli inst. Tha usual attcmUncc of buyers \v«s present. Quotalions :—Sheepskins. — l'tiil-u'ools, to 7 3 Sd ; cros-bred pelts, to 5J.1 ; lamb shins, to 7>l. Hides.—Buli-heis' hides, to 7 :181; dry Indus, to 7Jd. Tallow.— fomt.butchers' tallow, in pipes, to i"2o/ 7/0. Furs.—Rabbit sisins, uiielassod, to 0d. Fox and other furs sold at lute rates.
THE LUNCHEON. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 January 1914
THE LUNCHEON. About 100 persons were present at tho luncheon, including n. number of pinneers and public men from the Upper Murray who wore present by invitation from the Shire Council. Apologies for hbsence were acknowledged from Mr C. J. Almn, M.P., Mr A. A. Ki-lley, P.21., Mr D. L» inlands nnd Mr II. 1'. M'llars;. The Shire President (Cr Irvine) occupied the chair, and opened tho proceedings with the toast of ,-Tlia King," which was fol lowed by the National Anthem. president then proposed the toast of "Trio Estate Ministry," saying that ho xvas snrry that tho duty hud not fallen upv.i an Upper Marray man who would Ii ive had tho interests of tint district inore at heart. Fie corgr.itiil.iu-d tho Premier and his Ministers upon their success at the elections. Lie ill iiv^ht it- a pily that Ministers on . tailing ullue had to uo befure their constituents, and under stood that Mr W'.itt was uping to abolish it. Ilo extended to tho 'Ministers a 'heady welcome to the (li&lt;i:...
THE UPPER MURRAY RAILWAY. TURNING THE FIRST SOD. MINISTERIAL VISIT TO TALLANGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 January 1914
THE U i'PE Jl M till it AY IUJUV.4V. V TURNING THE FIRST SOD. MINISTERIAL VISIT TO TAL LANGATTA. : The first Btc*p in the actnil oo'.ntrui tion of the railway line from Tallangatta to Cudgowa was tulton on Saturday : last, .v. whan tbp new Minister fur Railways , (Mr Donald Mackinnon) turned tho first sod. , The ceremony was attended by tho Premier (Mr Watt), tho • Miniater ;for Mines (Mr Diy3iia!e Brown), ilr Saahse, ~ M.L.C , Messrs Carlisle. M'Catcbdoa, A. A-Billaon, J. W. Lockia, Ms.L.A., and Mr \V. Craven, who earns by special train join Melbourne. Tha Ministerial -party was met at the station by the members of tho Tuwong Shire Council, and tho president (Cr Irvine) form:illy welcomed them to the district. Tho party was thon conveyed in drags and motors to , a spot about a quarter of a mile from the station, where a flu&lt;> floating above a theodolite marked the site of the first embankment on the line. A new .shovel and wheelbarrow were provided, and Mr Mackinnon d...
CORRYONG ATHENAEUM. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 January 1914
C01SJSY0.\'G A T S i !5 .1i T.MI. A meeting of the committee, of. the'j Corryong AthensC'ira wad held at the j Courier office on Monday evening, j when J be following members were 1 present, viz., Messrs.A. Harris (chair- j iran), Iljod, Jager, Cummius, E.istr^ kite, Acock-;, Parslow, Hnniillni aiii A. Bartlett (lion, secretary). Minutes of previous meeting were lead and confirmed. The secretary reported j that a progress payment of £250 hud j been made to- the contractor for the ; erection of the new hall, and the] action was ratified. The secretary | reported that Mr A. M'Leay had j handed in £16/13/3 being proceeds of j skating for 191!), and a vote of tii'inks j was passed to Mr M'fjeay for irmuaytiiy"! the skating. THo secretary reported ; 011 v.irioua matters which liu&lt;l been j attended" to by the sub committee. in connection with tlie erection of the new hall. Mr Albert was making good progress with the building an I' was. iiowT.pHUintr-.jIio^robt.'oiJ.'.uJJlW . sh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 January 1914
Nurse Evans oj Tasmania and Victoria, write# her opinion, of CLEMENTS TONiC LTD. "I have been nursing for twenty years in Tas mania and Victoria, so my experience covers a lengthy period. V/hen patients are weak and iov/, a nurse must know the best rr.edi cine to give a patient. Some 1 have nmed have been so iil ! never could have taken Jbeir case only I knew CSeictnls Tonic would quickly restore Cham to heaii'i. Wtal 1 an: writing is founded cn ex perience that arson??! all "icedicincs C!ir..-j;:U Tonic is first. It is the rr.imz friend, a reliable acrliciae that will restore the sick to health. tSiswJ) NURSE EVANS." A1w?ys l;ecp th's Medirhif r.nd vc'j \vi;I V.c«.-;> hc;ti:h' ^ct it you GKT mh.w; P.KUR:' from I.OSS wka>::-.*kss av rr-i CONSTIPATION. i: rOUiiAPiT.T 1) and lill.Knisi' All STORES tut! CHEMISTS SELL IT. Z5Z.W ! Public IVotice. Corryong and Upper Murray Agricultural and Pastoral Society. TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL SHOW TO BE HELD IN COBEYONG PARK ON Wednesday & ...
VICTORIAN LOAN. £1,000,000 AT FOUR PER CENT. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 January 1914
vics'»ai\> £1,000,000 AT FOUR PER CENT. The Government of Victoria is underwriting.a four per cent, loan ot £1,000,000, at £97, repayable iu 1910 19(50. A quarter's interest will be payable ou 1st April. During the 1912 session of the Stale Parliament an Act was passed authorising the Treasurer to borrow .£2,000,000, to be expended in the construction of railways and other public works. The objeat of Mr Watt's visit to London last year was :to arrange for a. loan of £0,000,000— £•1,000,000 for. the redemption of tho loan falling due in October last, and^ the £2,000,000 for railways arid other works. He succeeded iu arranging for £3,000,000. before returning to Mel bourne at the beginning of July, and in September the flotation of a loan of £2,000,000 extra was announced. Since then the Ministry has been negotiating for the loan of the addi tional'£1,000,000, to make up the £0,000,000. It is now reported that underwriting arrangements are pro ceeding for the issue of the loan of £...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 22 January 1914
Pu'iiic iVuticus. u M 55 CQRRYON-G-. • ^ G- H T , , ^ ,'|^|*EREBY notifies tlint lie has taken over the above. well known hotel, and hope" r by striot attention to tho requirements of -patrons' anil -keeping-.only Iho" bes; brands of liquors to.merita continuance'-of the support aceordod his. predecessor First-olnaa Billiard Table, marker iu attendance."" Every attention paid to requirements ot Tourists and Travellers. GOOD G"RAZIN£ PADDOCKS & STABLING. Stopping place for CRAWFORD & CO.'S COACHES,- whicl: • leave this hotel daily (Sundays-excepted) for TiillangaUa. Coffee Palace, MISS E. E. HILL, PROPRIETRESS. JT^HE ABOVE well known liouso oi nncommodation has been ronovated llirpugh |j out, and patrons may rely upon their requirements receiving every attention. Reasonable tiuiff, Two tables.. Piano. Bntb." Good Stabling. Wbi.c. Eouiri-r.n BtM.utip R >om. EfPJME.VT JfARKETK. JS?* JIAIIvDIvESSEF.'S oALOON on tho premises. PURE, WELL-MATURED 'tralian YAGKAKDA1S1 D A...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 January 1914
Public IV'oiice. Gorryong and Upper Murray Agricultural and Pastoral Society. TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL SHOW TO BE HELD IJJ COBRYONG PARK ON Wednesday & Thursday, 18fch and 19 th March, 1914. President. — Mr T. N. Dennetts. Vice Pkesseibnts. — Mnssrs -W. B. Hamilton, W. E. Phillips aad H. L. Parslow. ' Committee.—Messrs A. T. Barklett, D. J. Oronin, A. Harris, H. Harris1, . A. L. Hamilton, J. HumpUxey, F. Ja«er, R. B. Knight, A. J. Land, It. E. M'Kenzie, II. Nankervis, 0. E. Patoo-..* H. J. Patop, G. v L. Sheather and J. . IJ, Simpson. ' Tueasuheh.—Mr A. T. Bartlett. PRIZE-LI ST, HORSES. Class A.—Draughts. . -Entry fee for non members, 5/. i Draught Stallion, 3 years or over. .... »ist. J.'2. gift of Messrs R. IJ. ^ Smyth and Co. ; 2nd, to/. 3 Draught Colt, 2 years, ist, 30/ ; 2nd, cert. 3 Brood Mare. with foa! at foot, ist, 20/; 2nd, cert. . 4 Dry Mare, 4 years or over, ist, 20/; 2nd, cert. 5 Farm Gelding, 4 years or over, ist, 151! 2nd, 51 6 Pair Farm Horses, property of one exh...
CORRYONG PARK. TRUSTEES' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 January 1914
co::2tvo\«; a».vscsi. TRUSTEES* M LIliTHTG. A meeting ot tne trusteen of (Jor ryong Pi'.k was held .it llio Courier 'illiw, Corrymig, on Frid iv evening. T'ac following members w.-ro pi'"sent, viz., Messrs A. Harris (chairman), A'jock--, Hamilton, C. Waters, and A. Bartlett (linn, secretary). Minutes of previous me"ting were read ami con firmed. Tin. secretary submitted a statement uf finances mi date, showing a credit b alance of £30. The payment of the ia.oui-untv premium on the t>ran>l stand an.! sundry small aceoimts, which had been paid by thi; secretary, was r.uili-l. It was decided that an additional insurance policy of £(30 he taken out ro covvr the luncheon room and iadi-'s' dr.^sing room. 0:1 the nriti.m of Mr Waters, seconded by Mr Huiiiltou, it was decided that u, "pair of iron gales ho purchased f ir the main entrance, and tint the wooden ._;a'es lie put around the corner in Hayes' Lane, to serve an a stock entrance. Considerable discussion took place regarding th...