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FOOTBALL. THE SEMI-FINAL. FEDERALS BEAT CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 July 1914

FOO'B'BAJ.l.. THIS SEMI-FINAL. FEDERALS 15EAT CORRYONU. There was a large ^attendance on the Corryong Park ground 011 Saturday lust, when the Federals met Corryong in the semi-final of the Upper Murray Football Association premiership, Both teams had their full strength and the name wai fast and exciting. Clem. Ilill had charge of the Kcdcruls and C. Sheather captained the home team. ""The lirat quarter opened with exchanges iu the centre and on the lower wing. Luteins took a mark and sent the hall wall forward, but P. Whitehead relumed it, and A, Mildren, Ilill and Shcathcr made a strong attack on Corryoug. G. Hamilton relieved and Greenham and H. Waters again passed the ball into Fcderalterritory. Jefferis and W. Murrell returned it, and centra play followed. A. Mildren then got a free kick, and passed to M'ICenzie, who wilh a smart snap shot raised two llags for the Federals. After some centre and top wing play Corryong again at tacked. A. Hamilton and Lukins had unsuccessful tri...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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BER[?]A. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 July 1914

! | FROM OL'U OWN COKKUKPONDKNT. Tlic Hull i-iuil on lAiuay ui.^hl, tlio 1 Tiii iu.-L., |oil succo-i-saiily. About iv.'i'iMV Connies at till nhout thrnc o'cl"'..--!-:. Tn;>-u: -v l)v i'v "i"h- i-;\ i-z \*':{: . J**: L«*»i li\ . ! • Mlnv. Ofy a:) I \Y ''I- (•'!'' i-.i !• } . Mr ii i. \. - M,0. 'iV/ sviii ill tr* f.-ie . of io/l-i/.

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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"THE MAN FROM SNOWY RIVER." [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 July 1914

"THE MAN FROM SNOWY RIVEli." It was not unfitting (says tho Argus) that death should have taken John liiioy, the original of "The Man frcua Snowy lliver," on the rough mountain-sido which was the scene of his famous ex ploits. Ho was a sterling bushmun, siulpic of heart, lover of solitude,^ 6by of cities. His life and tho manner of his quitting it are of strange interest in this country of few literary original^. Wot a tourist visited this wild country of Groqgin but who sought out Biley and endea voured 'to.Iposen.his tonsuo pp as ,ti)' tost" tho historic accuracy of the galloping lines which his feat inspired/ This visiting of notable originals is a pleasing custom in other lunds. From tho four corners of tho world lovers of Dickons have jour neyed to see "Littlo Nell," who died but lately in England, and other of the great novelist's characters. It is interesting.to compare such people ns they advance in yiiats with tho descriptions of their earlier lives as written by a muster h...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 July 1914

MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. A incisional inquiry was bold nt Corryong on Thursday before Mr A. W. Acocks, deputy ooronor, when ovidonco was given as follows :— D. r. Greeuham, medical practitioner, Corryong, deposed that lio had made a post mortem examination of deceased, .Tolin Ililey, and found the body of a man well advanced in years uud showing signs of senile degeneration. The logs were enlargod and dropsjcal. The muscles of thn heart wore degenerated, and tho mitral valvo shoR'ed signs of old inflam mation. Ho considered that death was dne to heart, failure brought on by ehronio mitral diseaso of tho heart. William Moore, senior constable. Corryoug, deposed that ho had viewed tba body and identified it as that of John llilcy. Having heard reports of liiley's condition somo days before, he had told Findlay to bring him in to the hospital. Findlay came in late tho previous night with tho body, and reported that Biley had died on tho load. Duponont took charge of tho body, and placed it...

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THE TALLANGATTA TRAIN SERVICE. The following is the existing time table for trains leaving Tallangatta:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 July 1914

TSSE TA ILBjANOATTA TSCA!M • SK'«VI«Gv ; The following is the existing time tabic for-trains leaving Tallnugatta :— Monday ... Tuesday... Wevhinsilay 'I'liuvaUay Friday ... Satiu-day ... 10.45 ii.m 8.30 iv.m ... 10.-15 u.m li.SIJ il'.UJ ... 10.-l.-> (1.111 0.00 a.ui

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MEN FOR FARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 July 1914

BIJ3H IFOJS FAB6SIS. Oil hoard tliu ts.s. "Hawken Hay" and | S.S. "Hi'rriniij" which arc <1 nc» to arrive in Melbourne during the next fortnight are two hundred men, some of whom a>e married. They will he seeking farm or other country employment, an<l farmers or others de.-irin^ their services are re>iuesi i-ii to early appli-'ation to the immi gration and Labor JIun;;ui, f»n5 Hindis i Si reel, .Melbourne. The nn;n coming j forward are of a type, suitable to I lu* re^niremenl•; of country employers. They | have had a fair amount of experience and : ivedily adapt themselves lo country woik, having co:ue out specially to take up : own Niis-i of work in the eouu'ry di.->C r;*-ts oi V!,:iiiii:t. The iiureaii is de-iron-- licit t lto-e i-I,; pi-r. e;'« w'w vi-!t < o t:ike iuU';.H t'u.-o <;i their iv*:'vi»;e.- bkonM ;--pi»*y wiin-u:. delay.

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CUDGEWA FLOWER SHOW. BALANCE SHEET. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 July 1914

/CUBGEtVA FLOWEH SHOW. BALANCE SHEET. Tho following statement' of accounts in connection with tho recent flower! show at Cudgewa in aid of tho Church of England building fund was forwarded to us for pub lication by the honorary secretary (JIr3 W. Blair) Itoceipts. — Entries (330), £-1/2/(1 ; do nations, JE1G/I/G ; sports and guessing, £6/ 11(3 ; goods sold, £3/13/5 ; dining room, £1/ -1/G ; admission-hall. £1/15/9; fruit stall, £2/18/10 concert, £4/4/!); sundry item, 4d. —Total, £43/12/10. Expenditure. — Printing and advertising, £5 ; fruit, £1/3/; carriage and goods (1Y H. Carfeeek), 10/0 ; rail carriage (J. Humphrey), 2/8 ; goods, 8d ; hire of hall, 10/; hire of .baggy (concert company), 10/ ; exchange cheques, 4/0 ; telegrams, 1/8 ; prize money,' £3/10/9: profit paid into Saving's Hank, £31/12/10.—Total, £43/12/10.

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PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 July 1914

PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED. | The question- whether the Klrls of Aus tralia are allowed too much freedom is raised by the editor of "Everylady's .fuar nal," and answered in the July issue by Professor Kentoul, Mr Paris Nesbit, K.C., Mr Higgs.uM.'P., and Mrs Dr. O'Hara. It is an interesting ami profitable discussion. Oilier departments are full of matters of feminine interest, and altogether tiie num ber is a good one. "The Utlieial Year JJook of the Common wealth" for 1914 is to hand from the Com monwealth Statistician (Mr G. H. Knibhs, C.M.G.), this being, the seventh issue of this valuable publication. Authoritative statistics are given for the. period . covered by Federation, 1901-1913, and corrected statistics for 17S8-1900, Lhe whole period of Australian settlement. The publication is on the same lines as previous issues, bat contains several new features of interest, viz., an informative article on the Geo logical History of Australia, results .of recent investigations regarding La...

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TOWANG SERVICE COUNCEL. MEETING RATES FOR 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 July 1914

«at a es a-j coirKutr,. IuKETiX(j DATKS FOii I'.U 1. August :ii-a uih] tS-pwmljiM' 'iS'.ii. October, nil. NovouiIht 2nd urn! yOlh.

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THE INCOME TAX. THE CURRENT RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 July 1914

I'SSM a?3! THE CUUHKaT I1ATI5S. IV'i.-oniil From Kwrtwn. Pi\>ju*rty. Kvery i'l ii|i loJL\rKK) 'M ... (id .Ca()i/io CI,n>J(i 4.1 ... S.I C\Am to Clj.'OU n.i ... lo.l Ov.u" .'JL-jlHI (M ... 1;M An I'i'JtJijilioii of i,j :il!o\vo«l. No j.i/iv.ou who:''/ ini'uiin; from personal »• .V'• i*li«'i! ;unl pr<»i>orly *li<l mil. c.\c«.:ol .Clio*) >,11il11 hi.' to l;iv. Tin? r;i11.s lor eu!iiji.mic< :ir»? S<1 for lire uv-'iinuu'i. i'oiuj'Muics :ui«i 7*1 lor

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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 — 23 July 1914

t'OSTAL BATES AND REGULATIONS [Whero tho torm "Tho Common wealth" in usM in eoTinoction with those ratefc and regulations it includes I'apu.i. I^ord llotvo ishn J, and Noriulk Island.J LKTTKR8. I'or every £ ounce or fraction thereof. l'"or delivery witiii:i tho Common wealth 0 1 For delivery in tho British Em pire 0 1 For delivery in tho .\c.v Hebrides, ^ I3a.nks, and Torres Islands .. 0 2 For delivery in other tiiaee.. .... 0 LE'lTJiJi CAKDS. For delivery within the Commonwealth : Single, Id. each; reply, Id. each half. For delivery ill tlio JJritish Umpire (set list of places midcr "Letters )—Sin * ^ gle, Id. each. For delivery iu Now Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands—Single, lid. each. For delivery in other places— Singlo, 2Jd. each. POST CAKDS. Single Postcards impressed with the Id. stamp, aud Itoply or double cards, each half of which has the Id. staniy impressed thereon, may be transmitted to places within tho Commonwealth, and to those places, enumerated under "Letters," t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 23 July 1914

I/r.lK' Ihmior sat sic!; in a tinier, ami inbhiiu' hh i-.yi-;. As (.ir;i!inv wa.5 w.ikim:, wuiehin;; him t;i':in;' dorA>: iiL- in poison the l!i»v. A <Iriu<(hl iif lii-i' own, fir mst left ii!on(>, \\ hich -ho in;ui»' li'.:r ymjn^ victim cmiiitv - Tim -illy uM mufi ! to bn-vv n.u-iy linnw; s=iuiT Wht-ii :licro\i iVooud' i'Vptfu.iniru Oj.o.

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THE RAINFALL. The following local gauge for the current year are supplied by Mr Playie:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 July 1914

"2*2: EJ laAliXSMi.,!,. Th(! following lojiil giumr for the currcut year aiu supplied by Mi I'Uiyio January Febumry March April May Juno 1-03 0-02iu 2*'J8:;i 2-73in WM.i o-yair.

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THINGS IN GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 July 1914

T:'ISSK«r» 3X CiUXEIiSAEi J. F. Archibald, one of the founders of The Bulletin, sold his proprietary interest to other proprietors last week ; and thus his lonyconnr eii-ia wiili the paper ended. For nearly 22 yours, will) one shorL break, he v;is the editor, living lor tho paper and putting into it his pungent personality. But the establishing of a paper demands tiesh aud blood, and in tho late 'OO's Mr Archibald's impaired health often failed him. Nevertheless he continued to givo; bis invuluablo services to Tho Bulletin until 1902, when ho drifted one of his chair, and the man who had boon for 15 years principal leader-writer, and had supplied tUo paper: with most of its politics, succeedod him as editor. Thoncoforward for 12 years Mr Archibald retained his connection only ns one of the proprietors. With tho breaking of that link the ownership returns exclusively to the men who take a personal part in: the production of ths paper; and the sincere' good wishes of every one of them...

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YOUNGHUSBAND, ROW AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 July 1914

YOUKtillUSUASI), HOW AND CO, Report having held their usual fortnightly Bale of f:it mid Ktoro stoek nt the ran nicipiil yards, Albury, on 21st in.-it., when thoy offered 146 fat emtio and 0100 fat nnii store sheep. The: attendance of tho trado was a [>ond one. Quotations :— Bullocks, to 1-18/5/ ; othars, to £15/12/6; cows, to X'H ; voalers, to i'f>/10/. Cross bred wuthers, to 20/ ; crossbred owes, to 24/ ; merino v,-ethers, to 2fi/3 ; merino ewes, to 10ft ; lambs, to 17/10.

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ALBURY MARKET. DALGETY AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 July 1914

ALRUttY MAKKET. DALGKTf ANL> CO. Beport holding their usiml fortnightly market ut Albnry 011 '21st inst., when they yarded SiljO fat and store shupp and 40 entile, to n fjoocl attendance of buyers. They quote :—Bnllocits, to Jj'18/1'2/6 ; others, to jt'lG/lii/0 ; steers, to XSj 10/ ; cows, to £8/10/; steers mid heifers, to -L'5. Crossbred wethers, to '20/ ; crossbred owos, to 23/8 ; merino woLhms, to '25/3 ; uieriuo oivts, to '21/;S ; lurnbs, to '21/.

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CORRYONG MARKET. YOUNG HUSBAND, AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 July 1914

COltltiOXG MARKET. YOUNGHUsnA^i), IiOW AND CO. Report h;iviiin h 'lf] their usual monthly sulu of f:it ami store .stock fit their Cor ryon« yiinU oh Saturday last. Tilt: yiird iiiK of cuttle (ill round wns u very liijht one, und wns made up entirely of snmll lots. Thorc was n fairly good iitteud:inco of buyers prosent, nod most of the c:ittio offerod wora sold in Kiitisfietory prices. They quote :—Bullocks, o-yeursold, to Jgti/17/G ; Inilloeks, 2 yours off, to i.'f>/M/; springers, from 15, X'u/IO/, 1V> (o 10/11/; heifers, 3 yours old, to 1-1/10/ ; heifers, 2 years, to .£:.!/15/ ; poddic?, to .£1/10/; fill cows, to J.'7/19/ ; fnt steers, to -i.7/12/. Fnt eroesbrod wethers i;nd owes, to .E1/1/G.

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THE TALLANGATTA TRAIN SERVICE. The following is the existing time table for trains leaving Tallangatta:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 July 1914

TH!! T,U-!,.n'1i.vn'A THAIN sKjevn:5-:. The following is tin- uxi^rin^ time tftblo for trains lonvin^ T'dlan^tUU : — Monthly ... Tne-nhiy ... WetljKStljiy Thursday l'ri.Uy ... Sutnriliiy 10,15 8.:!0 111,!.", o.r.ii 10,10 G.5U

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THE EUROPEAN CRISIS. AUSTRIA DELIVERS ULTIMATUM TO SERVIA. DEMANDS REFUSED. WAR DECLARED. [BY WIRE.] MELBOURNE, Yesterday. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 30 July 1914

■ THE EWKOPEAN HJSilSMS. AUSTRIA DELIVERS ULTIMATUM TO SEKVIA. DEMANDS REFUSED. WAR DECLARED. [By "Wike.| Melboukne, Yesterday. The ultimatum delivered by Austria to Setvia, demanding the imuiediate prosecution of the Servian subjects compromised in the Serajevo assassin ation and the suppression of the pan Servian organisations which aro agi tating against the Dual Monarchy, has been rejected by Servia, and the official announcement was received to-day that Austria had declared war against Servia. liussia approached Austria with tho object of obtaining an extension of time for consideration of tho ulti matum, but the request was refused. Germany has announced that she will support Austria if a third Power intervenes, and it is feared that the trouble will develop into a gigantic Slav-Teutonic struggle.

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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 — 30 July 1914

TllR MA UK UTS. MELIiOUUNK MAUaKTS. [Iiv Wiuk.] WcdiicHfliiy, (5 p.m. Messrs ?>r>uhioson an«l Puvis. of St. Jfimcs' Williums-Htrcut, Mel bourne, wire us us follows :— Kilt Cuttlo.—'2,62r> yarded, comprising 5)00 from N.S.W., *150 from Nortli Mast, •iOO from CiippslunH, 200 from South (Hppsland, -500 from North, nnd 00 from West, (.ioo'3 attendance of buyers, and piicof? «*onorully ruled about on a pur with last week's rates, i'riine pens of bullocks, I'M to .£1!} ; extra, to .£1H ; good, XI2/5/ to XI3/10/ ; Rood, Ii^ht and hundy, X10 to XI2 ; sreomta ami uiforior, £7/35/. Prime p-mik of cows, X10 to .Cll ; odd boasts. to Xt-1/10/ ; ^oud, XfcJ to XU/10/ ; others, from X-i/lO/. Fat Calve*. — fiOO penned. Primo sorts very scarce and realised hi«;h (inures. Fat Sheep. — '24/210 yarded. Open ing galea wore brisk ut fully lata rAU-s for nil ,','cod primo sorts, but later on com petition slackened and closing salej wero very weak, with prime sheep 1/ below, and other qualities 1/G...

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