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PEOPLE'S PARTY. ANNUAL MEETING OF CORRYONG BRANCH. [SUPPLIED.] [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 July 1914
S'EOS'I-IJ'S PARTY. ANNUAL MEETING OV COIUU'ONG IIHANCII. f riUI'I'I.IHIi.l The nnnual meeting of members of tin; (,'orryong branch of the People's i'arty was held in the Aiheureum Hall on 10th in-it. There was a fair atten dance, and the president (Mr W. I>. Hamilton) oceuplcfl the chair. C-Wfcs pov.dence and routine matters having ikaifc with, &lt;--SIce-\u-arers for tho ensuing year were appointed as fdlow :. — I'resiui. m, .Mr D. J. Croniu ; vice president, .Mr T. 1>. V/ucers ; treasurer, Air T. Ilrowu ; h; sti-Vity and cuiiector, Mr F, M'Doiiough ; coiiimistro, .Messrs ■ I. Brig^n, J. B. Carkcel-:, T. Curmodv, G. Coy>h, A. Harris, J. Harris, II. W. Hood, J. Humphrey, It. In;,'lis, H. Naukt-rvis, J. Ii. Ros.4, Jus. Seaton,. H. G. Sh'eatlier, C. Shea'.her, H.Tay lor, S. Waters, T. B. Waters. J. A. Ihwaites, W. Hamilton, A. D. Wateca jun., S. Gay and D. Dalgety; dele gates to convention, Messes Gronin, Waters and Hamilton; delegates to electorate committee, Messes...
WABBA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 July 1914
SVAE3A. yUOM A CORRBSPONDE.VT. Arbor Day was celebrated at the local school on Friday, xoth inst. .Though the morning was bleak, and the sur rounding hiils were capped with snow, most,of the. children,came prepared for a gala day. In the morning they dug the holes for the trees and then indulged in games. In the afternoon, the pavonts and the Head Teacher,-Miss • Shanley, assisted by the children, planted treos and; erected tree-guards. . .Thou, they all sat down to enjoy the good things provided by the mothei's. In the evening a euchre party and dance was held in the school room to raise funds for pictures and other equipment. Although the night was dark, cold and showery, a fair number sat down at the card tables. All seemed to enjoy the excitement and enter into the spirit of the games. Though this wa3 the first cuchre party held here, many showed by their skill with the cards that they were no novices at the game, and five of the gentlemen tied for first place. In the play off, ...
POLITICAL. LABOR AND PROTECTION. MR FISHER'S PLEDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 July 1914
FOE-.ITSC.ta. LABOR AND PROTECTION. MR FIoIIER'S PLEDGE. Spunking in the Melbourne Towd 1Fp.1I on Monday nk'ht, .Mr Fishuc de fiyi'fly pleJgjil t'uu Labor Party to lilLoiive Protection. " Wr propu.M to iutL-oihiCti and puss," ho said, "d«riDi» the ni\st session a tariff that v/iil ^'ivc ela-l-Iivu protection to Austr.Uian industrius. 0 lr p:irty is uruuim-iu:; iu thi-s matter, and I pL".l.;L* rnyi'jif it shis.ll b'j brought for ward in th.j fir.it susjiou, aad doulfc with willy-nilly." I!lvcks:.uTiii.Na. — Air F. Chappall has commenced business as a black smith in Corryoni;, in the promises rsi-vinSy occupied by Mr \V. Baynoa (so.- u-.lvt. in another uolumn). Co.wix::. or iliFL" Rvngks.—From the 1st July lust, the nil.; club ranges h'»vi! pas-etl out. of tho direct coutro! uf the military authorities, aud have bftsn iiaudcd over f-jr saptrvisioa by thz ride club t'.^sociationa ia tho various military districts. Iu other words, a lino is being drawn between military rille ranges and ...
DALGETY AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 July 1914
• , PALGKTY, AND CO. Report having hold their fortnightly, market at tbo Wodonga yards ou . 14th inst., when Ihoy submitted 78 fat cattle | and C97 store cattle, in addition to about 200 shuop. ' Quotations Bullocks, to jEJL'1 ; medium bullocks, to .£11 ; bad' colored bullocks, to -£12/19/ ; cows and heifers, to £8/17/; bullocks, 4-yoi.-old, to i'7/91 ; Jersey springers, to i'10. Crossbred owes, to 18/9 ; merino wethere, to 17/9 ; orossbred lambs, to 15/. ,
WODONGA MARKET. YOUNGHUSBAND, ROW AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 July 1914
WODONGA MARKET. YOUNGHUSBA.ND. ROW AND CO. Report having bold their usual fortnightly Bnlo. of fat and Btoro stoplc at their Wo donga .yards on 14th inst., when they of fered 405 fat and storo'battle, to a. good httondance of, the tra'de. • They quota ' ■Bullocks,^tq £14/12/; cows, to £12/11/.; vealor's, to £i ; bullocks, 8-yrs -old, to £6/15/; springors, to .C9/10/ ; cows, with' oalvos at foot, to £6/12/6.
WALWA MARKET. YOUNGHUSBAND, ROW AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 July 1914
WATiWA MA7!TCF,T. YOUNG HUSBAND. HOW AND CO. Report having hold their ununt monthly sale of fat awl store stock uS tiioir \V;ilw:i yards on lOlli iuat., when they offcrad 293 head of cuttle and 400 sheop. Tho yarding of cnttlo forward was a fairly good ono for tho time of year, and included a fair proportion of young cattlo, tho" bal ance being principally springers and dry cows. Tho nttondanoa of buyers wag not large, but (with tho oxceptio'n of tho springers, most of which woro backward) everything sold fairly well. They quote:—Fat cows, to ±'7/10/; voalors, to ±'3/15/; bullocks, 3 years old, to £5/6/; steers, 15 months old, to £3/12/; steors, 1 year off, to £'2/12/; oowa; with culvo3 at foot, to £7; springers, to JS5/10/; hoifers, 15 months old, to £3/10/; heifcra, 1 year old, to &lt;62/5/ ; cows, mixed ages, dry, to £4/11/. Merino wethers, 4 and G-tooth, . to . 15/9 ; crossbred woaneia, mixod tioxos, to 131; crossbrod wethers, fat, to 18/. * .
A MOUNTAIN TRAGEDY. GALLANT ATTEMPT TO BRING A SICK MAN TO HOSPITAL. OVER 50 MILES IN A BUSH AMBULANCE. PATIENT DIES ON THE ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 July 1914
A MOUNTAIN TKAOED1". GALLANT ATTEMTT TO BRING A SICK MAN TO HOSPITAL. OVER CO MILES IN A BUSH AMBULANCE. PATIENT DIES ON THE ROAD. Anyone with any experience of tho Kosciusko country will easily realise tlio difficulties that faced fivo bushman on Tuesday morning, 14th inst., when they set out from Tom Groggin to bring a holpless and half unconscious innte to tho Corryong Hospital. For tlioso who are unacquainted with that part of the state, it may bo mentioned that Tom Groggiu is a cattlo station in the heart of tho mountains, about titty miles up tho Mur ray from Corryong. It lies right at the foot of Kosciusko, and is only accessible by pack tracks. The route in general use crosses into New South Wales at Bringonbrong, and follows the Swamp River Valley through Goehi, crossing the river soveral times. It then crosses the divido between Mount Granualo and Mount Wallace, back on to the main river just below Groggin. Tho other track keeps to the Victorian side all tho nay, is shorte...
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 — 23 July 1914
THE MARKETS. MELBOURNE MAIiKKTS. [ISv Wiiii:.] WotJnos'lay, (i p.m. Mcssm Mnthioson nml Davis, of Hi. James' liuililingii, Williums-stroot, AIol boiiruo. wiro us im follows :— Fat Cuttle.—'2,-151 yarded, comprising COO from N.S.W., :J.r)0 Iroiu North Emu, f>00 from Gippsland, 100 fiun: Suuth Gippsland, !>f>0 from North, 100 from West, and 100 from Kin;; Island. l'ritno quality realised abnut lust week's rutna, with other descriptions oaoior, and lino tuatiug to iu boiuo cases 10/ per head lower, and closed firmor. Cows were firm nil through. Prima pens of bul locks, £14 to A'16/5/ ; oxtra, to .£18/2/6 ; Rood, il2/G/ to £18/10/ ; good, light and bandy, iJ10 to i'12 ; soconda and inferior, .£6/5/. Prime porta of cows, £10 to .£11 ; extra, to £13/10/; good, £8 to JtG/10/ ; othora, from £5. Fat Calves. — 570 ponnod. Prioas vary firm. Fat Sheep. — 19,!!00 yarded. Open ing silica were about cqinil to Into rates, hut us sale progressed tho rlousund bo enrao keener, nnd prices hard...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 July 1914
Public Notice. NOW ON SHOW AT AMPBELL'S. ^LL DEPARTMENTS are well -l. iip; jin the Latest %jidt 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, X^jamas, 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. ® ® ® ® Don't forget to see our values in Blankets, Flanne...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 July 1914
Notices; "Corrjoag Hotel,;'1: COKRYONQ, ' . , : R. ' bTknig .•-.■/FT-® B E B fell o f. i f'o s ''ii'/:;, (1; j 1..1 '.n r/nl; v ■ 111 &lt;.; 1«:], ; M bp strict attention to the requirements of patrons ami Itoeping only;-tbovbe9t brands of liquors to merit a contSnuanuo of the support accorded bis predecessor. First-class BilliiU'd Tubloi lunrlvfv in iittoiiil.-tnco. . Every attention paid to requirements of Tourists and Travellers. ; GOOD GRAZING PADDOCKS & STABLING. Stopping place for CRAWFORD & GO.'S GO ACHES,'which . - leave this hotel daily-(Sundays excepted) v* for Taliangatta. ; . m i. s-"K: ClP . puopsibtjSSSS. / . : jTHHE ABOVE well known lioiiso ol iicsommocUtton hus\j>&lt;iKn;.renoviitc&lt;l' /through .8 out, nmlpatrons runy roly npon tlieif rpqniiemnntsv'redciviil^ . eyury uttuiition. EBnaonnble tijiiff. Two tables. Pinno. liatli. GooJ Stnijlni;;. ; - ? Wbll Eqbiw'ku Billiauu Iloo^i. Emcn:.s"r Markkr. tSS" HAIRDRESSER'S diLOON o...
CORRYONG ATHENAEUM. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 July 1914
COltasi'ONOi ATIIBNvEUHS. COMMITTEE MEETING. A meeting of tho committee of tho Corryong Athemeum was held in the Courier Oflice, Corryong, on Monday evening, when the following membors were present, viz., Mes3r3 A. Harris (chairman), Taylor, Parslow, Camp bell, Iiawes, Acock-*, Eastlake, Hamil ton, .Jager and A. liartlett (lion, sec retary). Muiutea of previous meeting were read and confirmed. The secre tary reported that a further progress payment of £150 hnd been made to the contractor, a balance of .£2S odd being retained until the final adjust ment of amounts was made. Tho secretary reported inspecting (in com pany with Mr Uawes) the "Knight Light," which had been recommended by .Mr Pitt, the architect. The light appeared to be a suitable one for hall lighting purposes, and the price quoted for tho complete installation was £55^ It was decided, on the motion of Mr IJamiltou, seconded by Mr Jager, that the order be placed with the Knigh: Light Company. Tho secre tary and Mr Uawes...
THE Corryong Courier. THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 July 1914
TU13 Glnripjumi; (£um[ii|i\ THURSDAY, JULY S3, 1011. Kor the e.'inse llu-.t 1 For tha wronjra th.it i I;ur :ho f'Uiuu in tin d.st* !'ju, And tin* th.it wo c ui ■!;> The Federal Labor Party has at last declared for Effective Protec tion. The terms of Mr Fisher's pronouncement on Monday night in Melbourne admit of no side stepping. The party is definitely committed, if returned to office, to immediate action with the object of giving effective protection to Australian industries. Contrasted with Mr Cook's tentative proposals for "adjusting anomalies," and "maintaining the existing protec tive policy" (and for the past two years tiie balance of trade has been against Australia!), the Labor leader's statement makes good reading, and invests the coming struggle with some interest. It is quite on the cards that Mr Cook will now make his attitude regard ing the tariff more definite. Neither party can claim mfich credit lor its attitude towards this great question. Not so long since, eit...
THE RAINFALL. 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 — 23 July 1914
TTHJ-: SEA3\F.lJ„S. THE YEARS' RECORDS. FoI!owin&lt;; arc- tho records of the rain fall id- mo;;. moo, r.sov, 1003, i&09v 1U10, l'.Hl, mi-2 .ir.-i 101." : — SO So OB-OC i(5 l« Si flo'Ko-OG 80-io 33.SZ Oo-PR 0i-0f? i I B S SI •!• j (•L'o or-: U; S! I'M I 09 o f:y-S! j '.II) O V.t", I Z&lt;Z-1 fil'-C L'OO 01 -v: I ;;.vi' i-o 0 (S O ZZ I I'i-1' KIM «()•[ OS!-1 0!)-2 M.O IK 0 0« r. 00-1 I!!-!: 0(1 lir, T i l- o 800 HI 7, W'-i; hm: oo r, o:)-?, Zn Z 1:0 ?■ 00-0 S'U-O ci-f- vir-r. 1-u-r 'jo-i iO 5 00 c, r.i-o i: o H'-O OM (.w.i !!!»• r 05.8 '.)]■ 'J ?;L' I oo r, li t 1!: r, rs::: km i!:-R lw-0 oi-l ?n-I BM &lt;U S Ti-i' Olio Oi-i! '-'M ir-.i »fl-c Ri"I 11-1' oi.r> wj-s ;:i-o 'jv-!! Eli.I C!M 0(1-0 !■•(!!; 9i-r. is-1 I!M Kfi-O HO-5 Ki-0 OIM 'I'M r-i-i I'M) '."'M (>?--V 'V'O (&lt;w.o 'Ki-'f; Z-'-'-l '""V -&lt;i"r ZL-'J '""'I ZL-7, A"K O'.l-l V jifj-o hi'. I ''I'M TC-5 '""f G10[ I NIX OtCX GOOI fiOOI mi 0001 §001 Printed uiul imMislieii I...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 July 1914
No Kosidont of tlio Disfcrict CAN AFFORD to do without his District News paper. It is the only means by which tho peoplo of tho district can keep hi touch with tho affairs in wlvich they am personally interested. The City dailies and weeklies ur&lt;> a.ll very well fur thost* who vrish to keep posted upon a (fairs of State and of tho world. But does jiot a comparatively trilling event in our own neighl>ourhood loom muoh larger in our eyes than tho downfall of a nation on tho other si do of tho world? Tho local newspaper that gives- all the now.s of its own town, and District— nil tho doings of its people and t.he hap penings—is thereforo tlu> Newspaper that holds first placo in tho regard of aJI who take a hoalthy interest in their surroundings. In addition to tho personal claim tho disf.rict Newspaper jm>ssossos it givt-s very real advantages $rom •> business standpoint. Whether in business 111 the town or on the .land it is of the utmost importaneo to have a...
GOLF. The monthly competition against bogey was played during last week on the local links, with the following results:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 July 1914
Tho uiontiily iioujp^Uiiju u^iinsi hoj;:\v wa* pisiycil tlurin^ iant week on tho local liuky, with tho /ollowini; results ;— Mi-*? 15. Greoimitl, l(> 11.111»ticri.pt 5 tfovvn ; Mis* Minonuo, 20—o ; Mrs Ciunpheil, 10 —ij; Mrs Auot'Ua, lfJ—7 ; MU-* (Jroeuit.iu:, ii-i—S; Mi-; M. Wat^in, 2o—9 ; Ent wi^Iu. ; Forshaw, 7—o; (jrmihnm, 15—B ; Amicrr.on, 15—7 ; liouchor. 13— 7; iSs.lhi.j'itcb-, 7 — 7; «J — S; 'i'ltv/uii C:i, I-j—10 ; Jlibbc-t'd, lo—10. A will lioltl on Y\'L\l«U!a ilny "• " /: ; jC. A I'5i'i .ii-'" \0«1 !i j n.. ■. i' '-C;rv .'.„M t:t"L W,:.]\
MULTUM IN NUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 July 1914
Mili/CUM. »*' rtiJCK. Severe frosts. ■ j Dairy Co. directors meet today. | Corryon^ cattle »a!e4 on Saturday. Park trustees meet this afternoon. j Conyon# School Committee invites ten- i dors i'or . j A revision court wil! lie held at Till- : hingalw t.o-d;:y, at 10 a.m. Mr O. IJ. Knl.iu will visit Corryoii;.; on Saturday. ^*oo i\;r dates. Mr IMayle announces that I it; has a nev.' ft-swlment uf lueal post-card views. Tli.' ioL.i! amount realised at the recent Sydney ^»d sheep sales was JJ.vJ.o'O1'. Mr V>\ W all lias issued a writ against ibe "A^e'' for li-ud, claiming -V .Si>.-i t! will ij; held in Atheniry.un ilall, Co2r;,v>n;.s lu-niornnv ni.dit, in aid of the hall liuni. AllenUuti is directed to the advertise m&lt; nls of J. V. I'eier.^en and Co. in o.ir auction columns. (loud \'.v.an? bein;; made by rabbit trapp.us at i*e;i, some oi" whom are receiv ing as much as ,CL per day. From July Ut lo July IJth, 4S.V2 pairs have been , consigned from the railway station...
THE LIBERAL POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 July 1914
TCiJi I-SBSJIEAI- i'OLHUV. Following in the policy of tho Lilwral party fur flu* forthcoming elections, lis c*nunciatti&lt;l by the I'rime Minister (Mr Cook) at Piimimattii on loth innt. : — I. Responsible Coverninent.—The pre servation of the principle of responsible government, and the resumption by the people of the control of their legislative and administrative affairs in a Parliament unfettered by outside agencies alien to the constitution. * 2: Electoral. — To give effect to the federal principle in tin: electoral laws of the. country by—(a) Proportional voting .for the Senate, (b) Preferential voting for the House of .Representatives, (o) Be storation of-the postal vote, (d) Removal of press restrictions, (e) Uniform rolls for State , and Federal.. ' (f) Improved ma chinery and safe-guards. . 3. White Australia.—Australia,. Avhite, free, federal, fair, and just. White, not alone in colour, but also in ethical stan dards; federal in spirit and purpose ; fair and free ...