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No Doubt About It. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 July 1914

Ko X)ouliC A^out Zt* "Do you pl:sy by notu?" inquired oni of the mumner residents of Bluovlllo ol tho violinist ci' the "Berry Oonieni' cr ohestra," which hr:..l been discoursing ear piereinj; strain* ut a lr,v,-u party. "Nivvrr ;i uoto do 01 play by, sorr," replied Mr. Flaherty, mopping hi? heat od brow v/ith ti hamlhurchioi oi nangui nary lino. "Ah, by onr, thon?" Bald tho sum mer residout, with a emilo of gracious interest. "l\irverau oar hiJps mo, yor honor," responded Air. Vliihorty, rotaruin;; hia handkerchief to his cupscions pocket. "Indeed! May I nsk how you—v/hal yon do x>!ay by, then?" persisted tho in quirer. "By muin striu'th, bo jabbers," said.. .Mr. I'j.'i.'irrty, with a we::ry .".ir, ns ha j phur-e.l his nucicnr instrument into iti green "An it's moighty dry wurr!-:, an thrntli, sorr. "• —Youth's Coin pauioii.

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KIPLING'S KIND ACT. A Story About the Famous Author That Is Not Unpleasant. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 July 1914

KIPLING'S KIND ACT. A Btor7 About the 1'umonn AutSto* Thn» la Not XJupleivsnnt. It has bocomo tho fafhion of literary j paragraphora io print wliatovor stories of a disagreoblo natureconccrulng Rud yard Kipling they can hoar or find. In cidents showing tho other rJdo of tho man—tiio ivuo side, in fact—aro rnro, but that this wondeiful author is not qnito Mm literary barbarian which ho in BO generally made oat to bo finds bat stronger evidence in a 1'ttlo story which I heard qnito recently. Not Ion;,' ago an ambitious young writer composed liis first story. Ho was rather skeptical of its mc/it, and ben;;,' a great reader and admirer ci Kspliu^':-: work determined to send his literary firstborn to Kipling for criticism. Hiii friends tried to din;uado him i'rom tho Idea, telling him that ho vonltl never Heo his story again. But his faith in liis favorite author was strong, and tho story wont to Kipling. A week passed by, and finally nearly a month had olapscu. Tho young writer saiTered...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VOWELS AND CONSONANTS. A Close Look Into the Way They Are Formed and U[?]d. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 July 1914

V0YVE>_3 AMD CONSONANTS. k CIoso I,ooJc Into tho XVjkt Thoy Aw ranncMl r.nd Vhc&s A. Mellvillo Bell of Washington, in his note on "Syllabio Consonants," read nt tlin second session of cho American Oriental society in this city, raid: "What is I.-; n vowel? What is a con sonant? What 1h u syllable? "A vowol is defined ns n nonfriction ai omission of tho voico or of nnvoaal Izod breath through an oral channel, With momentarily iixed configuration. Vowel."- thoroforo run smoothly into ono another by merely altering tho shapo of tho oral passage without interrupting it "A consonant is defined as un Inter ception of tho broath or voico by oral Btnppago, or by omission through sido channels or throngh narrow chinks. Tho chnngo from one consonant to an other thus hrs olves a motion of tho ar ticulating organs, producing, with more or loss audibility, a puff, ullapor n sib ilir.tion. "The two elassM of elements meet In oo, y, oo, v.*. A syllable is r.uy vccal element- uttered wit...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 July 1914

For Children's Harking Gondii ut Night, I Woods' Grunt Vcpjicrimni Care, 1/U, i (

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 July 1914

For Bronchial Cough*, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 July 1914

My sister Jane h;ul croup again, And ko hml Dori.>, ton ; But mother's nuver auxicts now kSinco sho knows what b ilo. Sho tucks 111o (i;.rlinc:^ up in bed To muko the ti\v.iii[icn5 sinv, Anil k(:«,i Wiih 1 Diirin-r lie* liv fJ !v li. ..inning of lii«' v;:io!r.'.vi yc:'-i" '.mil! Ma o,0;jl ->('iUwr v,-»ru lH-osr.vuU'd j in all party ui \ ;*rtIi., i.;ui 3/200 viutiuiu ..wc rfjouroil. :oi» ■■ th -m i all through the; niyht i WoO-I :' tii\ sit IN [ )c-imint Cure.

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THE TALLANGATTA TRAIN SERVICE. The following is the existing time table for trains leaving Tallangatta:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 July 1914

TGEfi 'a'Af-LANWAT'liW 7" 16 A IK ssjuevacsi. Tlie following is tlio oxihtinj; time tablo for tmins leaving TallunguUn. :— Monday ... Tuesday... Wednesday Thursday Friday ... Saturday 10.45 a.m 8.JJ0 u.iii 10.45 a.m 13.50 a. ill 10/15 ii.m li.50 u.ui.

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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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 — 9 July 1914

THE MARKETS. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [15v Wire.] Woflnesdav. G d.m. Messrs Mothioson and Davis, of St •Tames' Buildings, Williams-stroet, Mel bourne), wiro lis as follows :— Fat Cattle.—2,052 yarded, comprising BSD from N.S.W., 720 from North East, 370 from Gippsknd, 245 from South Gipp-sland, 250 from North, 190 from West, and 60 from Kin" Island. Bul locks opened easier, but afterwards re covered to about lato rates, and cloaed easier. Primo cows practically un changed, and others oasior. Prime pens of bullocks, .Sl-l/10/ to .£16/5/ ; extra, to £17/12/0 ; good, *12/5/ to £13/10/; good, light and handy, i'10 to i'l 1/15/ ; seconds and inferior, from i'8. Prime pens of cows, .£9/10/ to £10/10/ ; extra, to £13/101 ; good, £'8 to £9 ; others, from i'4/10/. Fat Calves. — 660 penned. Prime vealers were firmor, and others about tho same. Fat Shoop. — 17,900 yarded. The market opened about equal to late rates. Competition however was not ovonly sus tained, and during tho afternoon salos showed...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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OLD-TIME RACING. A REMINISCENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 July 1914

OLD-TIME KACING. A KEMINISOKNCE. . "Klmo" writes in "Moira Independent": —About the year 1804, Wangaratla was the leading racing centre of the North east.aud the course there has seen some famous contests between equine giants of the merry sixties and seventies. In addi tion to Kett's famous pair, there wore Bowler's string, and those of Evans, Mason, Whitty, -Dickie, J. Lloyd (of coaching fame), Mitchell,.. Hore, Clinton, M'Alister (Wagga), and. a,lio.it of others. At that time there was often a private • match between owners and horses for £100 a-side, and a notable race Was that between two good, 'una n,"lined Chancellor and Barrister, with the owners up. The lato George Darby was on 'Barrister, and the late A. O. Boyle {of Ilowlong) piloted Chancellor,' a lenythy chestnut. The distance was two miles, and, both gentle men being good riders of the 'old school, the. set-to was worth seeing. They rami together to the straight the last time round, and then commenced a battle royal .w...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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FAIR EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 July 1914

FAIR EXPORTS. A story la going the rounds of the French newspapers concerning Prlnco Nicholas of Montenegro, which, we think, wc have read before. A jour nalist received in audience by tho Prince, went into ecstatsies over the beauty of the country and the Bibli cal simplicity of the people. But he was disappointed that the country ■was so poor that there was nothing for exportation. "You will find, in deed, sir," said the Prince, "that we have'some charming exports." "What can thsy be, your Highness?" asked the journalist, puzzled. "M3- daugh ters," replied the Prince, laughing. Princess Helene, one of the daughters of Prince Nicholas, is Queen of Italy. Her sister, Princess Militza, married the Grand Duke Peter of Russia. An other sister, the Princess Zorka, would, but for her untimely death, he to-day the Queen of Sc-rvla. The Princess Stana became Duchess of Lelcbtenbcrg, and the Princess Anna Duchess of Battenberg. The Paris contemporary from which we take the foregoing adds: "...

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WODONGA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 July 1914

WODONGA MARKET. YOU.NGUCSBAND, ItOW AND CO. Report huvinj; hold thoirnstml fortnightly sulo of f.'it and store stock nt their Wo donsft vnrds on Jnno iJOth, when thay ollbred 200 fat nrul store stock. Thero was ii f,'ood uttondiinco of tho trade prosnnt. Tlioy quoto :—■ Bullocks, to £11 ; cows, to £9/10/ ; vealers, to £8 ; bulbck-i, 8yr.-i.-old, to £0; bullocks, 2 yrs.-old, to £1/10/ ; springers, to £7/9/.

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 July 1914

SPORTING NOTES. Brookes defeated Wilding in the tennis singles iu lingland, and is now champion of the world. Colin Bell, tho Australian heavy-weight, was hopelessly defeated liy IJombanlier Wells iu two rounds in London on 1st; inst. ' Jack Johnson linn arranged to meet Sam.Langford in October. The former will receive £0000.and half the biograph receipts. The bay gelding Donniliristle, by 'I'ra qnair—Aclii Ward, is doing easy work at Corryoug, nndcr the care of his owner, It. Jones. It is reported that Sol. Green, the well known bookmaker and horseowner, will retire from the nug after the Melbourne Cap5meoting..ini".Nov(;nU»er-noxt'.. The Grand National Hurdle Itace, run at. Klemingtcm ou Saturday, was won by Cloiitaft, with Lord Grey second, anil Hill Jirandoh third.' The winner won easily by five lengths. Time,'5.47.

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DALGETY AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 July 1914

DALGETY AND CO. Conducted th«ir Wodonga fortnightly snlo on Juno 80th, when they had 383 storo cattle and 81 fat cattlo forward, to moot which thco was a good attendanco of buyers. They qnoto :—BnlloeUa, to i'12/8/; 'lightweights, to A'8/7/ ; cow-i, to i'10/11 ; light cows and hoifors, to 1'6/u/ ; vualeis, to X'3/14/ ; springers, to .£6/3/.

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WALWA WITHDRAWS FROM SATURDAY'S MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 July 1914

WALWA WITHDRAWS FROM SATURDAY'S MATCH. The honorary socrotary of the U.M.F.A. ; (Mr J. Bloir) received a tclegruru yester day afternoon from tho' secretary of tho Wnlwa club stntiug that Wuhva hud de cided to 'withdraw from the match aguiust tbo i^edorula at Corryong on Saturday. - Tho team to represent Oorryong against Ondgowa on ' Saturday will bo ehoson from tho following :—Sheuther, Groan ham. Lilians, Masters, Scaton, Greonhill, Boucher, Ham'ilton (4), ltobinson, Waters (2), Harris (3), Phillip's, Nankervis, Camp bell and'Hill.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 July 1914

Printed mid published bv A. T. IJARTtETT, Sole l'roi>rivtor, nt tlie ottice, Hanson street, Corryong, in the State of Victoria. /'

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CORRYONG MARKET. YOUNGHUSBAND, ROW AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 July 1914

CORUYONG .MARKET. SOUN'GIIUSBAND, ROW AND CO. Report having held thoir muni monthly sah- of fat and store stock at their Car ryonp; yards on Saturday, 27th Juno. Tho Hiipply oi cattle forward was easily tho lightest soon in Corryoag for a long time past, tho majority of tho cntilo penned b-->uig .voting descriptions. Tho uttf-ii'linvjo of buyers was not largo, but prices nil round woro vtry firm at fnll iato rates. Thoy q.ioto :—Fat cows, from -I'll, .SC/IO/, X'7, to ^7/0/ ; steers, 15 n;..m;hs old, to JM/12/S bulbclts, 3 yrs. old, small, to i'5/5/ ; steers, lyr. old, to i'2/10/ ; stoers and hoifor3, 1-yr. oid, to Jcij7/<i ; cows, aged, dry, to £:}jir>l ; cows, fattening ages, spoyed, to X'0/10/ ; best poddies, to SSj ; oshord, from 25/ to ii'2/.

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CUDGEWA DEFEATS WALWA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 July 1914

CUDGEWA DEFEATS WAMYA. All inturesEii!" gamo wild playud at Walwa uu Saturday, ami r.'.-sultc.l in a win for the visitors by 10 points, tho fiuiil scores being .— Ondgowa, 5 goals 10 bohinJ3. Wtilwa, •! jjoals G behind*. W. Sharp had cimryo of t'no visitors, anil Harry capluinod tho liumo to.nui. Tho best ivorlt for tile winnors wis dono by W. and 13d. Sharp, A, 'Piionm«, D. Blair, P. mid E. Bi'i^ya, mid M'Kntizio, and for Walwa, W. and V. Drmmnoud, Hioka, Harry, J. and G. Purus, G. Manu and Hnnt woro most conspicuous. Goal kickers for Cudgowa wore M'Kunzio, P. and E. Briggs, Blair and O. Humph rey, and Walwa's by Harry, Hicks, and W. and V. Drummond. P. Whitb um pired satisfactorily.

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FOOTBALL. FIXTURES AND RULES, 1914. July 11th. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 July 1914

FOO'a'HAi.L. VJXTUKKS AM) KULES, 1914. July llt.h. Federals v. V.'alwa j Cud^'ewa \\ Corryong.. _• , All matches wj/1 be phiyed <»xt ground of ' ' lirsl-nauit'il club. 1. Tho As~aci:irKm shall he called thft ! pi'cr Murray Football Association, amF shall consist of three delegates from each Club. viz.. <\>rry»>/Ji', Cud^ewa, Wahva, and Federals. j '2. The Association t:ow fi-liliated with \ the Victorian Football. League, and its rules are hereby adopted. H. Kaeh club shall send t( the secretary ot thu Association, not later tharj Kith May, 1(114, a list, of its members {a ith addresses/ " from wbom players will be chosen. 4. No person—unless registered with the Association—shall play in a ivy match without the sanction of the Association, provided that no Mich sanction shall btr jjivcu after dune I3t h. f>. Any chili fnilin*; to fulfil an en^a^e incut shall bo liable to a penalty not es ceedini^ .11. />. No/'layer shall play in the serni-linal or f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 9 July 1914

Pu9>!ic Notice. THE I .MMTSft No Resident of the District CAN AFFORD to do without his District News paper. It is the only means by whieh tho pooplo of the district can keep in touch with the affairs in which they aro personally interested. The City dailies ami weeklies are all v-ery well for thoso who wish to keep posted upon affairs of State and of t-ho world. But does not a comparatively trilling event in our own m-i^hboiiriiood loom much larger in our eves than the downfall of a nation on tho other side of tie world? Tho local newspaper that gives all the now.s of its own town and District— all tho doings of its people and the hap jH'i-in^s—is therefore the Newspaper that holds first plaoo in tho regard o5 Jill who take a healthy interest in their surroundings. In addition to tho personal claim tlio district Newspaper possesses it gives vorv real advantages from a business standpoint. Whether in business in the town or on tho Jajii it is of the utmost importance to have a kno...

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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 — 9 July 1914

Postal rates amd regulations [Wliero Vh< u>rm "Tho Common wealth" is usclin connection with thoso rates and regulations it includes Papua. Lord liowo isLini, and NorJolk Island.J LKTTEKS. I1 or every J ounce or fraction thereoi. For delivery within the Common wealth 0 1 For delivery in tho British Em piro 0 1 For delivery in the Now Hebrides, Banks, and Tom s Islands . . 0 2 For delivery in other places .... 0 2J LETTISH CARDS. For delivery within tho Commonwealth : Single, Id. oach; reply, Id. each half. For delivery in the British Empire (see list of places under "Letters )—Sin glo. Id. each. For delivery in New Hebrides, Banks, anil Torres Islands—Single, lid. each. For delivery in other places— Single, 2Jd. each. POST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed with the Id. stamp, and Keply or double cards, each half of which luis the Id. staniy impressed thereon, may be transmitted to plucue within the Commonwealth, and to thoes places, enumerated under "Letters," to which ...

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