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RITLE SHOOTING. MITCHELL TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 July 1914
isa rs.a MITCH h)U, TKUPHY. Tin? weather eunditionri for the Mil iliclt trophy were very inauspiei-ms ; a fiiuily tishtail v.'iu'l made Ki[_'U scoring very dif. iicull. T. 0. Uavis'* score was a very creditable one, beiny the winner, lie gets Llie medal, a very handsome one, pre sented to the eiul) by Mr .1. II. Mitchell. 'Tin: conditions were seven shot* at '.loti, 500, and fiOU yards, two siglitcrs optional. Si-ores are appended below :— 300 500 COO yds. yds. yds. Hep. Tot. T. C. Davis ... 34 33 34 5 105 G. L. Iiailey ... 31 33 30 7 101 J. A. I.a:id ... 2S 31 30 7 99 J. J. Smeuley ... 27 27 30 11 93 F. 11. Land ... 32 2(i 32 7 . 87 \V. A. Harris ... 32 31 29 5 97 0. J. Land ... 3U 27 33 5 95 P.. L. Crawford... 29 27 31 8 95 II. A. Ilurria 29 33 28 5 95 A. A. Blair 31 31 27 5 &lt;Jt It. H. Crawford 28 30 27 9 94 II. Taylor ... 31 30 25 5 91 E. Evcrard ... 28 29 2S r, 90 J. Miller ... 27 22 2G ■ 14 89 J. H. Ko^s ... 30 29 22 8 89 G. N. Kawea ... 25 30 20 10 85 D. A. itoss .....
THINGS IN GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 July 1914
things 9iv "In five years the number of private motor cars in London, and throughout the country lias more than doubled. From 30,000 in London and 70,000 in other parts of the kingdom, it has grown, since 1909, to a total that now exceeds 250,000, of which there must be more thun 70,000 in London," says the "Pull Mall." * * * Boxing as part of (lie regular curricu lum is to be introduced into the Victorian State Schools, according to a decision arrived at by Sir Alexander Peacock, Minister for Education, after a conference with Mr J. .Murray, Chief Secretary, and Mr K. L. Baker, a well known boxing promoter. Twenty boys are to be chosen from the High School, to receive instruction in boxing ; and, after completing their course, they will act as instructors to other youths, * * * Street accidents in London, says a writer in "The Times," are, of course, far more numerous than they were ten years ago ; and yet, in spite of the increase, the streets are nearly as safe now as they were i...
THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 July 1914
TUJi NOKTE'ftBtK TD^CESS A policy has been devised (says the Leader) by Mr Glynn for Northern Territory development. lie has sought to lay down the basis on which a continuance of purpose may be carried out. Nothing valuable is likely to be accomplished by spasmodic effort or rash experiment. So far so little good has been done since the Commonwealth accepted its new re sponsibility that the moucy spoilt may almost be regarded as thrown away. Mr Glynn realises that thp first essential is to improve the possibilities of comre^uiiciUion. Little can be undertaken in the way of settlement until facilities are given to the pro ducer to dispose of his produce. He must be brought in touch with markets where he can dispose of the results of his labor. In the outset pastoral, rather than agricultural, enterprise, will meet with most immediate reward, but facilities of transit are almost as indispensable in the one case as in the other. (Vn essential feature of Mr Glynu's policy is therefore ...
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 July 1914
Si'OHTlXU X01ES. The (Iran'! National Hurdle liaco will lie rim at I'lemiugto:; on Saturday, and limy he won uy ! The (Irand Prix tic IV-ris was won, on Sunday, by Sar'i.tnaple, I.a Fariim second, and Durbar II thir« 1. The ftceplwlmsar Myers v.','13 sent home to the Upper Murray on Thursday last. II.; is not likely to race again. .lack Johnson defeated Frank Moran in I'aris on Saturday night. The contest lasted for rounds, Johnson winning on points. .Barry 1ms consented to a postponement, of lii'i lace with l'addon for the sculling championship to 7rh September, l'addon having sprained his wrist. Playing in a game 01 golf hetween the Iieulah and Ilupetouu teams, a hall hit liy I)r. Morgan, a noted long driver of the Bculah team, struck a hird tlying, killing it instantly. The Herald and Weekly Times Ltd., Melbourne, have arranged to issue a weekly sporting paper to lie called "The Winner." ll will consist of sixteen pages of sporting topics, and will lie .&lt;jold for one p...
FOOTBALL. FIXTURES AND RULES, 1914. July 4th. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 July 1914
FIXTURES AND KULKS, J9H. Julv 4tli. Wahva v. Cudgewa j Federals v. Corryong. July 1Kb. Fcderatav. Wahva [ Cmlgwa v. Corryong, AW muU-bes will be played on ground or fir*l-named club. 1. The Association tdiail la; culled ..tic: ■: v.. _ I jipcr-Murray Font hall Association, tmri - >: si.all consist of three d^le^ate* Ivmih CUill-, Club, viCorryong, Cadjjeua, \\ ahtft- • ur;&lt;l Federals. ■: •2. Tb»* Association ij now* jindiafed with, ^ the VitNrian Font* alt Ltai'.'U, ind lt=? , ^ rnN'." ?•■■■ i:. •'??./»**»&lt;"*- . ,r • V.. V-: i;d .to lU» secretary;; t.f rV, A-- ■ "i-'-i, n->l latcr'tl ui H) !i \Uv, •; II-'* \\* :u-.:;uhev» (v uli a Uncles) v. - \vUKrti.Of •»*e!l". "* -» 4. N«» ]>'T'tO ".n!'S> T.H&lt;i*r fi! with the" .A-'-i. r:--.-'!■'&lt;!! |r| iy in any match . - w i! ■. 11:; 11 •; i s:w'.:\on of I hi?. AasnoiaUon, j.j.'viot I;]•.:•.•. i«r» *ue«t s«tacltui Mum] be :V:vt IX Jilt.- .ii:!;a. 5. Arn u!i:n: to fulfil na engage- *.■•:...
FEDERAL LAND TAX. RETURNS FOR 1914-15. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 July 1914
FEDKJtAB. UK!) '4'AX. RETURNS JFOR 1914-15. The Federal Land Tax Commissioner (Mr G. A. M'Kay) desires to remind tax payets of their obligations in the matter of furnishing returns for the year 1914-15 under the federal Land Tax Assessment Act. These returns are due on or before 31st August next, and are required from landowners whose land possesses an un improved valuo in excess of X'3000 at ■80th June last; only those wlio.se in terests amount to over X'5000 unimproved value, howovor, are subject to assess ment.' Persons who have made returns for the year 1918-14 must use form "04," if they hold interests iu laud in one State only, or Form "C3" if their interests ex tend to two or more States, and if the extent or value of their interests in land as owner or lessee have changed sinco the'previons return. Thoso who became liable to make their returns first for 1912 18 or 1913-14 should also uso these forms. Those whose first returns wore for ^1911 12 (land owned at 30/6/'ll), or wh...
SALE OF JINGELLIC ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 July 1914
SALE OF JINGELTjIO ESTATE. Dals°'y and Co. Ltd., Albury (in con junction with Mu33rs M'Meukin mid Crmuraoad), report h:ivini; «jld nn nccount of Messrs Widdis itnd Benzloy, tho wliolo of tlicir Jingcllic J-jJtrttf on thu Uppor Murrey, us follows :—105 j to Mr Piitiir M'Veiui, fiS3 r.crn.-- to Mr A. 0. \V;i!k.>r, ;itul W.iiJ :n'!P= to Mr J. M'Mt-tkiu.
GRAIN STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 July 1914
GRA2K S'E'A'trWi'ECIs. During this week tho Government Statist, Mr A. If. Laughton, will post about o7,000 cards to the farmers in the nhcat and out growing districts, with the; request that tlioy will furnish tho aroa sown with wheat and oats for the present season, mid str.tn the quantity of wheat on the farm on 80th ult. As it is a mat tor of great interest to the public, an.) to farmers especially, to know the total nreas under those two important crops, each farmtr is requested to fill in his card and return it immediately after the 80th Juno, go that tho information m >v bo compiled and published at the earliest possible date. It is particularly requested that the cards sent to farmers be ro turncd, whether they havo sown or not. Schedules are also being sent to the Eailway Department, and by post to Flour Mills and Wheat Stores, with the view of ascertaining the quantities of stocks of wheat and liour oil hand at tho end of tho month. Holders of whent in bulk, who do not r...
DALGETY AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 July 1914
D.tLOKTY AND CO. Roport having hald their usual fortnightly markot on Juno 23rd, wlion thoy yarded 6200 fat and storo shoep and 53 cattle. Tho attendauoo of buyers was good. Quotations :— Bullocks, to £16/17/6 ; cowb, to £8 ; oowa and hsifers, to i-7/10/; steers and heifers, to i'6. Crossbred wethers, to 41/ > crossbred owes, to 27/ ; luerino woihors, to 29/ ; moriao eivos, to 241; iambs, to 22/.
JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 July 1914
JUNIORS. Tho Corryong and Cudgowa JuniorB mot at Knight's Ovnl, Corryong, on Suturday, and tlio game resulted in a win for tho homo team by 33 points. Follow ing are tho scores :— Corryong, goals 8 behinds. Cudgewa, 5 behintis. Tho goal kickers for Corryong woro \V. Murrell (2), Grccnhill, A. and H. Waters one each. Tho bust work for tho winners was dono by A, and II. Waters, G. Hamilton, Greonhill and W. Murrell, and (or Cu.lgewa by E. and T. Sharp, Nanlicrvis, G. Humphrey. D. Lind and W. M'Kenzio. H. Hamilton umpired impartially. The team to represent Corryong against tho Federals on Saturday will be chosen from tho following :—Sheather, Green ham, Luliins, Masters, Soaton, Greonhill, Boucher, Hamilton (■)), Robinson, Waters ('2), Harris (3), Phillips, Nankervis, Camp boll and Hill. The New South Wales Department of Agriculture has refused an offer of £1000 made by the Victorian Minister of Agri culture for the imported Clydesdale stal lion, Clandalc, winch is to be sLalioneil nt ...
ALBURY MARKET. YOUNGHUSBAND, ROW AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 July 1914
ALBOBY MAIiKET. TOUKGHUSUAND, HOW AND CO. Report having hold their usual fortni«htly biiIo of fut and store stock at tho Albury municipal yards) on 2itrd June, wbon they o flared 120 fat cnttlo and -1000 fat and store sheep. Tho attendimoa of the trade was good. Thoy quoto :—Bullocks, to A'16/17/0 ; cows, to £11 ; voalers, to £5. Crossbred wethora, to 23/ ; crossbred awes, to 27/ ; odd crossbred wethcrj, to 41/; odd crossbred mvea, to 35/ ; merino wethers, to 24/11; lambs, to 20/9.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 July 1914
Public Notice. The Winter Season's . . Goods . . NOW ON SHOW AT ' CAMPBELL'S. J|LL DEPARTMENTS are well stocked up in the Latest and Newest Shapes, Styles and Designs possible. The Ladies have been well catered for. A fine range of Dresses, Blousings, Golfers' Skirts, Blouses, Underclothing, also the famous D. and A. Corset, made in three distinct shapes for small, medium and stout figures, advertised in all leading papers. @ ® @ @ ® Ladies' and Children's Boots and Shoes, in all the newest and latest shapes and styles—a very fine range to select from. . $ & ® ® ® The Men and Boys Have not "been overlooked. The Clothing Department is teeming with the best range of Over coats, Suits, Trousers, Shirts, Pyjamas, Ties and Boots. Patterns, designs and shapes of the latest and best. ® ® @ ® ® See the new "Converto" Overcoats, two distinct styles in one coat. Hats and Caps in large assortment of the latest shapes and colors. Oilskins in black and brown by the best makers. ® @ @ @ ®...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 July 1914
IfstJtlsc ft'ojiec'tv " COKRYONG-. . R,. E..i, K NI& H^ds&w*sfi BREBY notifies that he has taken over tho abova well known hotel, and hopes ■•* by strict attention to the requirements of • patrons and- keeping, only tho Leal brands of liquors to merit .a continuance .of tho support ttccordod hie predecessor, First-class Billiard Tablo, mnrlier in attendance.- •••.,•• Every attention paid to-requirements of Tourists and Travellers. GOOD GRAZING PADDOCKS & STABLING. Stopping place for CEAWFORD Ss CO.'S COACHES, which leave: this hotel daily (Sundays excepted) , -for Tallaneatta. MI S-S E:;X HILL, ' PKOPEIETEE5S. RT|HE ABOVE well known lions S out, nnd.pnirons raav rely ui uso o! accommodation has been renovated through ay rely upon their requirements rncoivin&lt;c every attention. Reasonable tai iff. Two tables. Piano. Bath. Good Sbablin". > Wkll EQUII'l'IiD Billiard Koom. Efficient Maukkr. EEs" HAIRDRESSER'S aALOOST on tho promises. Tintaldba Hotel....
GOVERNMENT YEAR BOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 July 1914
GOVEKNUIEKT VUAIt BOOK. The Government Statist (Mr A. M. Laiigliton) has issued the second part of the Victorian Year Book for 1913-14i which deals with tbo subject of public Jiuniice. The revenue and expenditure o£ tlio State Government and of the Com monwealth Government in Victoria are reviewed, nnd tho figures are combined with those relating to municipal and other public corporations. The total revenue of all these bodies in 1912-liS was £'17,886,024, and the total expendi ture £17.752,802. The expenditure con nected with Victorian State schools (primary, intermediate and secondary) amounted to £1, 170,003. This covers ex penditure on building and interest op. loan moneys expended on buildings in past years, and represents a cost of £7/9/1 per scholar, which is an advance of 7/9 per scholar on tho cost in 1911-12. Particulars are given of tho various classes of taxation in the State. The amount of tho income tax payablo in 1913 by 42,333 tux-payers was jE-iO'2,198, and tho taxa...
THE Coroyong Courier. THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 July 1914
TUB Qtoni!!iJU0 QTmu[tqt\ THURSDAY, JULYS, l'Jli. For tho cause that lacks assistuiict!, ?or tlie wrongs tlmt need resUtiinci:, For tho futuro ill tliu distance, Ajid tho (jood that wo can do. New Hall Socials.—Tho iirst the winter social3 wag held ou the evening of 19th ult. Owing to the short notice tho attendance was not large, but a very enjoyable night was spent. Good rnusio was supplied gratuitously by Mrs Knight, Miss Playle, Miss Paton, Miss Simpson and Mr Bartlett, and an excellent supper was provided by Miss Hill. Theso sooials are being arranged by Mrs Campbell and Mrs Knight, and as tho object is a deserving one we trust that they will bo well supported. For Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' Great l'epperwiut Cure, I/O. School Inspection.—Mr Inspector Armitage was at Tintaldra on Tues day, and will be visiting tho other schools in this district during the next week. New Aleup.y Hospital.—Mr John Brindloy, of Walwa, has advised the seoretnry of tho New Albury Hospital Fund...
POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the termn "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 — 2 July 1914
Postal' rates and reculationb [Wlicro the tonn "The Common wealth" is used in cc»miocti&lt;;n with these rates ami regulations it iuehulca J'ayua. Ix>r&lt;l Howe inland, ;uul Norfolk Islam!.] LK'iTHJLS. Ifor every J ounce or fraction thereof. For delivery witiiin I fie Common wealth 0 1 For delivery iii tho British Em pire 0 1 For delivery in tho New Hebrides, Banks, ami Toms Islands ..0 2 For delivery in other places .... 0 2} LETTER CARDS. For delivery within ihe Commonwealth : Single, Id. each ; reply, Id. each half. For delivery iu the British Empire (sec list of places under "Letters )—Sin gle. Id. each. For delivery in New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands—Single, 2d. each. For delivery in other placos— Single, • 2Jd. oach. POST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed with th« Id. stamp, and Reply or double cards, -each half of wliich has tho Id. stamp impressed thereon,may he transmitted to places within, the Commonwealth, and to thoEo places, enumerated under ...
DALGETY AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 2 July 1914
DALGETY AND CO. Roport holding their Corryong monthly stock market on Saturday lust, «ml yard ing 150 bead of cattle of a mixed de scription. No special liocs of any class forward. Tho yarding coinprisod a mull lots, principally cows and heifers, with a few pons of two-year-old steers, and al tliongh prices were not quito as good as their provious ealo, tho prices ware qnitu eqnal to values in other district markets. The following prices were roalised for the various Iocs forward, viz. :—Five fiit cows, i'8/7/6 ; B (at heifers, i;(i/15/ ; 5 fat hoifers, .66/11/ ; 10 steers, 2-yrs.oiil, £5/10/ ; 17 uow.'i, £5/15/ ; 10 steers, £-1/9/ ; 9 hoifors, £'J!/2/ ; 5 ye'.vrlm;; steors, Millj ; 7 calves, 85/ ; cows with calves, M7/'J/ | itnlcii cow.-, X'C/4/, and other smalt lots up to Mir/0/ pec uj ;il ; 15 steers, d'i!/l-J/. All Iocs wi.h tho ex. ception of two changed No sheep yarded.