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A[?]u[?]ped [?] Snag THE LEAPER FROM LIMERICK. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 January 1914

uitijtcd ii ^iiag rilU LKAl'KU l''KOM MMKIUCK. It. was on a luMiitifut mnnuiu;, mino time n«n, tlint n li«|i|>y wt.y sot. oi.t, (rem Cdolangatta lliisc l,o go slmrk lishing at tlic heads of Ciookhaven. There in Shoal iiavcn lay (lie good tug boat, " Cy clops," looking all at lu'V best, (oi ) she had been freshly painted (coin item to stern, llcr engines were as burnished .silver, and she. seemed ti lie above all and sundry ol the othei ?inil in ,\Yu* .South \Vnlej? \v,-itor;t, tor she was Hying the bine ensign ol the (iovernment. Ilcr's was not the luexlioimble honour of towing out that day the barges tilled with thi mud ami sand of the river that mean ders lilic a .Jordan through a land that, lias been likened to one /lowing with milk and honey. On the night before, ol which wc write, some seventy guests had been jutertained at the historical home of the Herrys and the Mays. Indeed, under the presidency of Dr. .John Hay, we had heard brilliant speechc? from among others three Mi...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Another Polar Expedition. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 January 1914

Another Polar Expedition. Lieub, Shackleton announces that ho will bo onablcd to loavo South America in 1911, crossing tlio South Polo regions, nncl roturning via New Zealand. Llio schemo provides for a stay of two seasons in tho Antarctic. Mr. Wild, who accompanied Lieut. .SImckloton to his furthest south in 1908, will bo second in command of the expedition. Lieut. Shacldotoi) pro poses (o lenvo Buenos Ayr as early in October nexb, Ho hopes the trans antarctic party, consisting of six men and 120 dogs, which will starb at tho beginning of November, will complete iho journey in (ivo months. Ho in tends to use ordinary sledges, driven by neroplano engines and propellers. Ho will nl.o utilise on aeroplane with clippod wings to taxi across tho ice. Two oil driven ships will bo employed by the expedition-ono vessol to en deavour to traco tho continuation of tho Grahanilank coast southwards, and oruiso in tliosunnnrr towards Ross Sea, and tho second ship to loava Now Zea land with a part...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Provision for Cows. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 January 1914

Provision for Cows. By " Hickory," in llio " Australasian " Often lias boon montinnul liirro llio poor provision tlmt dairy farmers as a rulo make for feeding their cows through periods of scarcity. It is, therefore, interesting to nolo nny de parture from the common carelessness ; and, with the hope that others may benefit, the experience of a Western district landowner is liere given. Ho writes;-"I got tho department to build me. a 70 ton wood and iron silo, and filled it without a hitch ; and ulsn an excavation of about 150 cubic yards, which I hud made in the side of tho steep hill at the dairy. Tho mixed crop was a great) success. I worked up 20 acres of clay ground with a spring-toothed cultivator, and then drilled in 1A bushels of Onpe barley, i bushel rye, 121b golden vetches, with about SOlbs of super, and bonedust in equal quantities. The result was a tremendous bulk of stuff, which would have filled both silo and excavation five times over. I started cutting on 27th Octob...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 January 1914

WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS. The Latest Designs now open for inspection. WALL PAPERS. CALL AND SEE THEM Oil WRITE I'OK PATTERNS, . P. F. HARPER, -House and Sign Painter [Ksr.u-.usHm> 10 VI:AILS.] . XMAS. XMAS. JUST AKEIVED. Large Assortment of ART FRAMES, In various designs and sizes, prices ranging from is 3d to 4s Od. Copper and Earthenware JARDINIERS, At all prices. . Call and inspect the NEW FOLDING COT BED, Folds up to 3ft. x Sin. x 4m.; you can carry it under j'our arm. LINOLEUMS. LINOLEUMS. Make your rooms look natty for Xmas. by laying one of our Linoleums on your floors. RUGS, MATS and CARPETS in Large Variety. T. RUNDELL & SON, FUraiSMIM WAREHOUSE, FUNERALS CONDUCTED IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE. 'I'HONIS No. 16; TO PEBSONS ABOUT TO BUILD. BEFORE CALLING ELSEWHERE CALL UPON OR WRITE TO - S1MMONDS & HAIN, TIMBER MERCHANTS AND CONTRACTORS, KOKOIT, &ud grot tliolr Prices for all Kinds of Bnlldlng- Material. i 'Palings, 1'usts, and jUails, and all kinds of Buil...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 January 1914

A Signal Of Distress. Pain in the back is the kidney*' signal of distress. If Uiis timely warning is ignorod kidney disease silently fastens its dendly ^rip-for kidnoy sickness iirst/ shows itself in pains mid disorders in other parts, aiul . tbu real cause is too often hidduu until, fatal Bright's Disease or Diabetes has set in. .Suspoct tho kidneys if yon arc rhcumatie and nervous, or havo a lame back, painful, too frequent', or scanty uriination, wouk heart, dizzy spells, headaches, bjoatiui', or neuralgia. Duau's Backache Kidney Pills hnvo been curing lauiu backs and sick ltid» ncys for years. Tho following endorsement is convincing: Mr. Thomas Lynch, Sponco St., Warr* nambool, says:-'* Some yoars ago I snflered terribly from a bad attack of kidney trouble. The pains iu my back were awful, and 1 could not move without enduring tor* turc. The kidnoy accretions were vi>ry much disordered, being thick aud cloudy, and containing a red sediment. I always full dull and tired, and h...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTRICT NEWS. PORT FAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 January 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. PORT FAIRY. Three Koroit young men, visiting Port Fairy on Sunday, met with a disagreeable accident when starting on their return journey. They were driving a pony in a jinker, and on turning out of Sackville street into Bank street, the pony slipped, throwing out the occupants of the vehicle and breaking both shifts. Since Christina:; Eve the tow:: has been full of visitors, and at the present time there is not a single vacant apartment at the numerous accommodation houses in the'borough. In no past year liavc so many holiday makers spent the Christmas rat iVnjitil.ir sn:iKiilr> ac U thp r:mo just HOW. The Chinese residents of Warrnambool have forwarded their annual donations to the Port Fairy and Warrnambool hospi tals. The total was £13 5s, of which Port Fairy got £4 5s. On Christmas Day Mr. C. Jago was presented with a morocco pocket wallet by members of the R.C. choir. Mr. J. Hayres made the presentation, Mr. Jago making a suitable acknowledgment. It is stated...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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General Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 January 1914

ifjj General Summary. ! V A. Connolly and J. 0. Peterson fwcU known in \V.A. racing circles), l»v" purchased Lilyvell for bOOO gum 2ps, mid n winning contingency oi oOO ^ After a brilliant struggle thoV'c" tbrian cricketers defeated tho South Australians by live wiekcts. l»o Heroes of tho match wove Armstrong ilnd Park. 4 " , Tho revenue collected at tho Custom ;231/lo/(3; wiiai'iago, siw/u/i, Whiio bathing tu ft treacherous spot Vmi CronuUd beach (N. S, W -) on Tues day, two young women and a boy were drowned in tho eurfT I On Tuesday Mr. \Vntt stated that ,.fcho Cabinet had considered Mr. MeadV reply to tho request for reconsideration I of his resignation, and that tlio Min-I istry's decision would bo announced; . shortly. ' After being marooned on Faster Is. land, a lonely rock in tho Pacific, 25UfJ . miles westward of (Mi, for six month* ~:4ight sailors have been rescued, awl ,-nro one their way to Sydney on the .steamer Knight of tho Charter. Wliilo riding on a motor-cycle at a...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Local Produce Market, Koroit, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 January 1914

Local Produce Market, Koroit, Friday. Potatoes.-Tho market) closed at £2 on New Year's eye, aDd no deliveries' were made yostorday. There was nn extraordinary rush between Christmas and New Year, aud on Saturday last large quantities were loaded at Iliowa. The rush continued on Monday, with the result that on Tuesday tho piico dropped from £3 to £2 10s, and on Wednesday a further fall of lOa touk place. Many farmers had relinquished harvesting operations in order to take advantage of tho price offering, aud will now doubtless confine thoir atten tion to harvest work again, so that there is c, big possibility of .the market improving. Deyonport (Tus.) Pec. 26. A fair amount of business was transacted in potatoes, which eased in demand on account! of the hoavy sup plies this wcok. Prices opened well Bismarcks aud Brownells sclliog ab £6 15?, and up-to-dates at £1) 5s. They slumped iu tbo afternoon, although sales were effected in Bismarcks at £0 10a, at which price they ulosed. Brow n...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Racing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 January 1914

Racing Notes. (By "Floinington,,") | In n reecHt country steeplechnso tha ' weight adjuster thought it ncceRsw j to stare- liis* work at something JM, 12lb. Surely this is "tho Tittut" J... ? in "Uattering" handicaps. It is re* [/.; ducing tho thing to a farce. Probably $ , this hundieapper with only very modot- f . , ato material to class, was alrnul ho j would bearo sumo of his field away if \ A ho did not act leniently nil round, and N 1 perhaps Iio achieved his object in get. I' ting most of the horses nominated to Y loo tho mark. JBut it is to bo hoped (. that tho example will not bo followed, t ; Surely no jumping handicap, no mat- ' tor how moderate tho field, should b«. . gin at less than 11 stone. A top weight l candidate not entitled to that much, , must ho a very poor .specimen of hur<l« !,. lei' or 'chaser as tho ease may be. j' It will bo learned with rcgrot that [ Wohiwa is again showing some signs of 1 . h'g-wcakness James Seobio has, for K;. a considerable...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Winslow Races. LARGE GATHERING AND GOOD RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 January 1914

Winslow Races. LARGE GATHERING AND GOOD RACING. The thousands of people who made Winslow their rendezvous on New Year's Day had no cause to regret their choice. The day was beautifully line-an ideal summer's day-with just a sufliciency of cool breezes to make it delightful to be out in the open. There was the usual large assemblage of vehicles of all kinds, the occupants of which thoroughly en joyed the pleasant drive to the course. In every direction the scene was one of animation and enjoyment. The gathering might have been compared to a huge picnic, and many parties lunched in the open air with evident pleasure, while the racing lent a degree of excitement to the outing, the cup and steeplechase events being particularly interesting. Nature has admirably fitted the Winslow course for racing purposes, the rising ground where the paddock and hill are situated, pro viding a natural grand stand, from which every portion of the track may be viewed. The club during the past few years h...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Menace of Margerine. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 January 1914

The Menace of Margerine. Within the last fortnight tlioro was telegraphed from London to the Aus tralian press an ominous iiom of news for Australian dairymon. Tho an nouncement was to tho effect that tho Borniondoy Board of Guardians had resolvod to revert to tho uso of mar garino in tho infirmary workhouse. In thisjvny it) was expected to elf eel n saving of £1500 n your, Tho step »«d been taken because (ho Loon! Government Board had issuod a me morandum staling that there is no appreciable differenco in tho nutritive values of butter and margerine, The L'ical Government Board is one of the most important administrative depart ments of Great Britain. .It ;s presided over by a Minister of Cabinet rank, ami lins in its employ a large staff of skilled officials and experts. The prompt notion of the Bermondsy authorities may be taken as sign of tiie times, and thorn will bo no cause for surprise if other institutions follow its example. If substantial savings can be made by thus respo...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Terang Races. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 January 1914

Terang Races. The race meeting at Tcrang on New Year's Day was very successful, the attend ancc and the racing being all that could be desired Results Tt ial Stakes-Isubol J I, Sports; Girl 2, Asterbert 3. Other starters-Miss June, i«\T . Altar Flame, Silt, Chuguisca, Mncme, atui \V;irramncacti. « u.-<*/>...«.« bert, to 2 Isabel <1, 4 to I Sports Girl. Won by a length and a half. Time linin. 3 Ji-oili sees. Hurdle Race, two miles.-Kyluna 1, Recollect 2, Black Flag 3. Other slarter Dumbell. Helling-7 to 4 on Recollect, 2 to 1 Blank Flag, 7 to I Kyluna. Won by three lengths Time-3min 52secs. Tcrang Cup. i mile.-Pouter 1, Mirene 2, Galveston 3. Other starters-Brasseur, The Bachelor, Wharc, Kagi, Silver Bullet, Metric, and Darlington. Belling-3 to 1 Pouter, 4 to 1 Brasseur aud Galveston, 5 to I The Bachelor,$ to 1 Wharc and Mircno. Won by four lengths from M Irene, who was half a length ahead of Galveston Time-linin. 42secs, Steeplechase, about two mites-ICyappa...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Friendly Societies' Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 January 1914

Friendly Societies' Committee. There was a Rood attendance at the adjourned animal meeting of the Koroit United Friendly Societies' Committee. The president, Mr. Robt. Paton, occupied the chair, and welcomed two new dele Rates in Messrs M. Caffrey (C.Y.M.S.), and F. Prior (H.A.C.B.S.) AMBULANCE FETE. The president reported that the secre tary of the local branch Australian Women's National League had approached him re the forthcoming fete in aid of the ambulance. The league expected to make a pood profit, and asked to be allowed ten per cent, of the takings to defray certain expenses not altogether in connec tion with the running of the fete. He had informed the A.W.N.L. secretary that he thought this committee would have no objection. A friend of one of the ladies had promised to act in tin matter of securing a suitable ambulance. The members of the K.U.F.S. were asked to give as much assistance as possible at the fete. On the motion of Messrs. Gapes and Thistlcthwaite the presiden...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Post Cards from the North Pole. AMUNDSEN'S NOVEL PLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 January 1914

Post Cards from the North Pole. AMUNDSEN'S NOVEL PLAN. Captain Amundsen, who first discovered the Soutl) Pole, will start, early in I9U, on anolher great adventure among the ice. In his ship the " lframl" lie will light liis way acrosi the Polar seas, and finally try and drift to the Notth "Pole itself. The cost of'thc gri'at expedition will ex cecd' £30,f)00 and so far the full sum has not been raised. To ijuickly secure the balance of the money Captain Amundsen has adopted a novel plan-the sending of post cards from the Not III Pole to all those good people who care to pay a modest fee for the card, and thus help 011 the great adventure. For this purpose a special North Pole card has been issued. Purchasers may address these to themselves on heir friends, and send them in a special envelope to Captain Annindaen at San Francisco. All such cards will bo taken 011 the " Fram" right to the North Pole, if Amundsen gels there. With the consent of the postal authorities the " Fram" has b...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 January 1914

Koroit Weekly Sale. THURSDAY, JANUARY S. 05 O RIKN BROS, wil Sell by Public -U Auction on above diite, when they will offor CATTLE. SHEEP: riu<s. HORSKS. SUNDRIES. ^ Special ^ Buyer for strong, woll-growu BTURKS in attoodanoo Warrnambool Corporation Yards. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 7. 0» 1^? RIEN BROS will Sell by Public -D Auction, at tho Corporation Vards, on the above dato the following CATTLE: SHEEP. HORSES SUNDRIES. TUESDAY, JANUARY G. FAT & STORE PIGS. KIHaSHEV, MONDAY, JANUARY 12. CLEARING SALE OF DAIRY HERD. HORSES, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, ETC. O} ORIEN BROS, have been instructed JL> by Mr. PATRICK MADDEN to Sell by Public Auction, on tho Farm at Killarney, on tile above date, tlie whole of his Stock, etc., etc. Full particulars later. As tho proporty has been sold, everything will be for unreserved sale. Koroit Weekly Sale. THURSDAY, JANUARY 8. MURCH it TAYLOR (through tholr Auctioneer, H. U. WILSON), will Sell ut their yards CATTLE. SHEEP. PIGS. *? HORSES. SUNDR...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 January 1914

ONE WAY TOWARDS WIAKING A HAPPY HOME IS TO BUY YOUR, FURNITURE ; AT PHILLIPS'. j$g That this is the right thing to do is the settled conviction in the minds of many ; and amongst the numerous class 1 who Eire. fors;ikuiej- the doub!^.Tl-Tpl«->«ui*Gzr"of^ single life, pf4j>-~ -ancrelcfcETo~ try ~"clouble iitrrness," flits iclcu, lis cxpTfcjfifCfl' i,v above, is a lixed one. ?y.-r' 1 p'oSIho Comfort and Durability of 3PH3XI.IFS1 FURBriTUILE : j is Undeniable. pOH'T WASTE MOHBV. .,(.? "Waste makes want" is an old saying, and as true now ?M as when it was first invejited; but whether it is Lruc or }-v-i not there's no use wasting good money, especially in \" buying FURNITURE. AVOID EXTRAVAGANCE AND PRACTICE ECONOMY EV BIIYINS FROM E. B. PHILLIPS, LN LI-EBIG STREET WAfrRNA-MtfOOL |aSOW THAT. . ... f|j Christmas antl the Holidays are approaching, <f [ iltir If tit 6te§3 filfiii-at ??'Jvl . . ' By Getting on Early for a Suit from the ' j OIEP PASBEIOM. w,All the Very Lates...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Original Correspondence. THE SPINELESS CACTUS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 January 1914

Original Oorroapondonoo. THIS SI'lNIiLLiSS CACTUS. To TUB EDITOR. Sik,-This useful and prolific plant is not yet much known, and it would prove in valuable to pastoralists, especially in poor soils or semi arid country where vegeta tion of any kind exists with difficulty. During the hot dry seasons or periods of drought, when all other kinds of fodder plants are languishing or arc destroyed with the intense heat, this plant would be luxuriant, and being of a rich, juicy nature, the necessity for much water, if any, would be greatly minimised. It can be easily grown in any class of dry soil, and after the first year will produce about 100 tons per acre of succulent and nutritious fodder, which can be fed to all kinds of stock, and it is highly praised by the leading author!*' tics who say that it makes beef and butter, or milk of the best quality. The improved varieties yield heavy crops of large and nutritious fruit which makes ^ excellent preserves, and the fleshy young; are a good...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE Koroit Sentinel AND Tawer Kill Adroente. PUBLISHED KVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING JANUARY 3. Current Topics. JANUARY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 January 1914

AN!> gulvocafo. PUULIBHK1) KVBIIT SATURBAV SATURDAY MORNING JANUARY 3. Current Topics. Al a meeting at Bessiebelle in connec tion with the proposed Poll Fairy Macarthur railway line, there was a re presentative attendance. The contribu tions totalled £5 Os 6:1, Mr. J. Morrisscy collecting and forwarding the sum as well as other amounts promised at Macarthur. As organising work has to lie done al Macarthur, it was suggested that Mr. R. Robertson (if he would consent) would be the very best man available to undertake the work, as lie puts his heart and soul into any undertaking he is connected with. It was moved by Mr. R. Lindsay, seconded by Mr. Joseph Pye, and carried, that the Port Fairy branch be requested to use its influence to get the Railways Standing Committee to visit the various centres on the route (including Bessiebelle) of the proposed railway line. The following landholdeis have agreed to give evidence relating to the Bessibelledi'strict:-Messrs J. Wall. Joseph Pye, ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 January 1914

WARRNAMBOOL. O'Brien BroB, report: Tuesday, January 6. Pigs.-350 penned, of which about 50 wero stores. Although tho number for* ward was rather small and well within re* quirements, competition opened quiet, and firices were hardly equal to closing rates of ast your. Stores sold readily at full valuos. Wo sold 87 for Messrs. Thomas 0'Donahue 60s 8il, Joseph Conn 65a Gd, Mrs B. Kirher 54s Gd, John Crowe 60s, William Crowo 60s, Michael Coonorty 73s 6(1, Mat O'Leary 60s 6d, Collins Bros. 52s, John O'lirion GQ« 6d, U. F. Andoreon 60s, Jer. Mahony 62s and55s, M. Lawlor 61s 6d, Bourko Bros. 70s 6d, Thos. O'Donnell74a ! Gd, and Btoro? for Mr. J. M. Dwyer 29a Od ! ond 41s, and quote-Best bacon pigs 70s to 75s, gaud do. 63s to 089 Gd, light weights 55s to GOs, forward stores 36s Gd to 47s, well-grown do. 28s to 33s, slips 20s to 25B, and small sorts to 15s Od. Wednesday. Sheep.-500 penned. Competition was keen throughout, and prices were slightly in advance of last quotations, Wo sold 207 f...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Stock markets. KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 January 1914

Stock markets. KOROir. O'Brion Bros, report Thursday, January 8. Pjge.--Only 28 penned, for which compe tition WAR extremely briak, and prices woro higher than closing rutos of 1913. Wo sold for Messrs W. A. Leddm 38s Od, \V. J, Edwards 'iOfl Gd, Thomas Ddlgleish 45a, .17", and 32a, Abijuh Btiuluh OGa Qd, and quoto host stores 45s to flfia Gd, well grown sorts 37a to 40s Gd, flips 32s. Shoep.-1487 penned. Although the numbor penned was largo, competition waa woll sustained throughout tho sale, and wo sold the bulk of tho yarding by auction, and nearly cloarod tho balance afterwards, for Messrs John Gorman, W. J. Crawley, Pat rick Boutkc, Kelson and M'Muhon, John Sluttery, JatueB Buolmnan, W. G. Baulch, R. Pyc, J. Pye, W. M. Threlfall, .John Toogood, D. Quirk, Walter Riddle, and J. Goodall, and (juotc priino wothera 16a OJ to Ifla, do ewes I2a lOd to 14a Gd, prime Iambs 12« to 13* .><], croaabrcd 2 and 4 tooth wcthirs lie 8d, crossbred ewes, full mouth, in good order, i...

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