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THE CRADLES FULL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 January 1914

THE CRADLES FUL1,. " Banns, or DO bonus," says the Hon. J. Cook," the country needs to have it; cradles full/' A book dealing with ttjjs subject in a most informative way will he appreciated by childlcss married couples. It will be sent free if 2d. is remitted for postage. Address Dept. 50, Ladies' College of Health, 46 Elizabeth St., Mel bourne.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Camperdown Races. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 January 1914

Camperdown Races. The racing at Campcrdown on Founda tion clay was witnessed by 0000 people in delightful weal her. The day's takings realised over £300 more than the previous year. The committee raised the betting fee from £1 to £2, yet despite this restric tion the metaflieians plying their calling represented moro than double the total in attendance last year. Three Kirkstall horses-Moync, Lady Arden, and King Kirk-made good, and a locally owned one in Asterbert was also successful. The owners of Moync intend to give that won* derfully consistent performer a brief spell with a view to preparing him for the big jumping event at Onkaparinga on Easter Monday. Glenbolt, winner of the cup, was trained by Mr. George Coleman for Mr. Frank Brennan, of Glenormiston. Gtanboit was first i.iccd nt ploillC meetings," and improving, was run subsequently at Kyneton, Lancefjeld, and Sandown with success. The results are as follows Trial stakes, six furlongs.-limbrasene (G. Harrison) 1, Twccdside...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 January 1914

.Koroit Weekly-Sale. IHURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5. 071> RIEN BROS, wil Soil by Public JD Auction on above date, when thoy will offor OATTLE. 5 Extra Choico Dairy Cows, oloio to calving 15 Springing Heifers, duo calve April and May 20 Store Coirs 12 Steere, 2J years, in geod condition SHEEP: 30 Fat Comeback Ewcb 50 Crossbred Ewes, in good condition 150 Crossbred, 2-tooth Ewes and Wethera 200 Comeback Ewes, 6 and 8-tootb PIGS. HORSES. SUNDRIES. Spools! Buyer for strong, well-grown STORES in attendance Warrnambool Corporation Yards. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4. OJ ORIEN BROS will Sell by Publio JO Auction, at the Corporation Yardo, on the abovo drvto the following OATTLE: 6 Prime Cows, from Window 10 Choice Autumn Springing Hoifers 15 Good Storo Cows SHEEP. B0 Primo Crossbred Ewes SO Prime Crossbred Lambs HORSES SUNDRIES. TUESDAYTFEBRUARY 3. FAT & STORE PIGS. ROROIT SALE YARDS. THURSDAY, 19th FEBRUARY, 1914. FOB SALS BY AUCTION. 10 Acros ot Survey Xiaad. 4b £»oroB in Borough of SLorOlt. r...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 January 1914

ONE WAY^ TOWARDS WIAKIWCr A HAPPY HOME IS TO BUY YOUR FURNITURE ' AT PHILLIPS' That this is the right thing to do is the settled conviction in the minds of many; and amongst the numerous class who are forsaking the doubtful pleasures of single life, and elect'to try "double harness," this idea, as expressed above, is a fixed one. -????, The Comfort and Durability of FURBriTUB.® .is Uu<}eniaW«. -v; Ji DON'T wasia MOUB'Sr. "Waste makes want" is an old saying, and as true now as when it was first invented; but whether it is true'or not there's no use wasting good money, especially in buying FURNITURE. AVOID EXTRAVAGANCE AMD PRACTICE ECONOMY BV BUVING PEOM E. B. PHILLIPS, LIEBIS STREET WAK8NAM800L NOW THAT. ... Christmas and the Holidays are approaching, l|i§!f iftii ifii filgiifil ? By Getting on Early for a Suit from the All the Very Latest and Most Up-to-Date Suitings to Choose from. Also the Latest in Shirts and Ties. JOHN CLEARY, TAILOR, COMMERCIAL ROAD, -KOROIT, THE LAT...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE Koroit Sentinel AND Tower Hill Advocate PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING JANUARY 31. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 January 1914

THE ff oroit Jwitiuc) AND £mm* $iU |Mwcutc. PUBLISHED BVBBT S&IVAD&F SATURDAY MORNING JANUARY 31. Current Topics. In the course of a cricket match be tween Sutton's Melbourne staff find the country houses, played at Ballarat, Wil son, of the Melbourne team, took five wickets with five successive balls, each of the batsmen being bowled. In 1850, J. Wisden, of England, playing at Rochester, against 22 of the United States and Canada, took six wickcts with six succesr 1 sive balls. A. Kazenove (Oxford Univer sity) in a match with Oxfordshire, in 1853, took five wickets with five balls. Twelve cricketers have achieved the distinction of taking four wickets with four balls. Some time ago we mentioned that the motion carried at the last meeting of the Minharaite shire council regarding thjs i alteration of the place of meetings was not legally adopted, and since thai stated 1 that legal opinion confirmed this view of; the matter. The Hanjilton paper now' publishes this fur...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 January 1914

SVAKRNAMBOOL. O'Brlon Bros, roport: Tuesday, January 27. Pigs.-497 ponned, of which 201) were storca. Bacon pigs wore in good demand and prices quito equal to liibt week's high rates, Stores were easier,'and a largo pro portion were unsold. We sold 139 for Messrs Gooden Bros 77a Gd, Thomas Ryan 71a, Mra Hudgaon 74s Gd, J. Gallagher 73a (id, Mat. O'Lcary Kinnear Bros 77s Gd, M. M'Kiimon 60a Gd, Ritchie Bros Sis, Arthur Freeman 81s Gd, ('on. Conway 76a Gd, Mat. M'lnerney 84s Gd, A. Trigc 84s Gd, Abe. M'Kenna 53s, Jer, Mahony 70s, Jus Q'Shea 77s Gd, vV. Crowe 74s, J. Malo^ey S-Ja atu) 79s (Id, Joseph Gapes 7*taGd, M. Lamb 79*6(1, anc} 3L stores for Messrs T. Dwyer .ills, 38s, 37s Qd an(J 36s, IS. Wickljaip 4na, M. Ryan 3-Js Qd, And (juoto prime bacon pigs 8l$s, good do YIs to /8< Gd, light weights G5s to 7-a. forward stores 45a to 5i««, well grown sorts Utis to 4 la Gd, slips 23a to 30s. Weduesday. Shocp.-750 penned. Biddings wero hardly as brisk ai late markets, and prices ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Stock Markets. KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 January 1914

Stock Markets. Kouorr. O'Brlon Bros, rcporl: Thursday, January 29. Good yarding* of all classon of Block for ward and a targo atlondancc of buyers, who operated frooly for all classes. Pigs.-07 penned. Competition was good, but prices were about 4". por head lower than last week's high rates. We sold nil oxcrpt one pan at auction for Messrs M. I'it/.pitriek 51s and 25s Gd, Mrs A. M*Lcnn 75s, John Mills '10s. John Laiio 19a Gd, W. Kelly 23a Oil. Mrs Jaw. Ryan 39a Gd, 'l'hoa. Wohtvrdson 29a, Baird aud Good -198, Vat. ! Bourko 3ls Gd, and Mrs Fish IGs and 24s, und quote-Best forward store* 40s to ft In, well-grown oottn 3ls Gd to 39* Gd, slips 24a to 29*, younger pigs IGa to 19a Gd, and sows in young £3 15s. Sheep.-1059 ponncd. A brisk demand for all claapca, especially far lambs, aud prices wore fully equal to lato ruling rates. SVe eleared all punned for Messrs Bolgcr and Fitzgerald, Alox. Buchanan, Gcorgo Gunn, William Power, James Crow, Walter Rtddell, Mrs McMahon, Jan. Buaholl, F....

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General Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 January 1914

General Summary. Tho troubio with tho firemen on tlio s.n. Tiiviuin hns been settled, tlio vov «oI Jinring /mile<l with tho Hnmo num. tier of Imnds m Ui0 stokehold as form erly. A woman, 37 vein's of n^o, was found hncked to death in \Vnv.rl..y (New South Wales) on Wednesdn.v. Tho Diusbamj has licon arrested on n rlinruo of murder. . 'tflio revemio collected at tlio Custom Houso 011 January 28 amounted t(j Jleventio, £i!!),!l27/l/lu; .State, L"-\S/:i/ ill/10/; pilot,ig,-, M10I !<>/.'; wharfage, £1181/1/:). Tho Country Head- Hoard has iHMird ft mnp, wh:ch is acrompanicd !»v re commendations, fur main roads i" lM. ooiKtructcd through tho Capo Olvny district. c ^ ' I)er loin for £2,(100,000 is heing underwritten. 1 ho pneo of issue iH to ho i'liyj. Tho loan will ho redeemable at any time from 1!M4J to l!Hj2, at. tho option ot tho Government, Hiiddnrt, I'lirkpr, and Co. Ply. J,td. havo ordered from James Den'nv ami Co., tbo Dumbarton shipbuild« i>', « *' knob...

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Racing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 January 1914

Racing Motes. Tasmania ia not boing so woll patron', isod as usual by Victorian owners this ncason. A tow Jfolbonrno horses have crossed tho Straits, but tho number horses expeetcd to make tho trip wero Lo.'h Amos and Sylvanmoro, but botli mot with nccidonts which will keen thorn idlo for tho present. Jamoa M.i/acle, to Lannceston for tho Cup, but .Scohio has sent tho imported litdro hi' probably does not think a great deal' of her chance. Delphic has also cono to lannccaton, and as tho Island does not socm to bo particularly strong in stayers just now tho daughter of lloba dil might givo a good account of her self. Mr. J. K. O'Brien, ownor of Bora, goon, Malt King n»d other oquino cele. brities, is undoubtedly ono of fortune's favorites on tho Turf. Mr. O'Brien won tho Challenge Stakos on Snturdny with Golden Hop, and it. may bn tnl;p"ti for granted that (he stabio throw in for something more than stake. Every tl.ing Jfr. O'Brien touches scorns to turn out well. Ho is only a compar...

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A Home-made Hair Grower that Does Marvels. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 January 1914

A Home-made Hair Grower that Does Marvels. During the last few years announcements have appeared occasionally telling liow to make a really good hair tonic that would make the hair ghnv.'imd it Jjives us great pleasure to Icani that so many vvlio have trieS It have obtained such' remarkable re sults.' Oiie lady writes'that'immediately after reading the formula, she iven'i to her chcmjst and bad liim' put as directed loz. of Lavotia dc C'omposeei 4 drain Menthol Crystals, and 3o/.s; Bqy Ku.ni. 'She took this home, and, although her l{ajr had been falling out terribly, and sl(e was threatened Willi baldness, she was astonished and delighted jo iio.totliat thb Idling bill ol the hair slopppd iniiliedjittely, a||d the hair it self begun to gro\v i<> an amazing manner. In fact she Btales that it haa already grown nearly eight inches in A "little over two months. Moreover her hair is now brighter, glossier, and moro luxuriant than ever, and is still growing. She rubbed the t...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Testing Dairy Cows. VALUE OF THE WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 January 1914

Testing Dairy Cows. VALUE OF THE WORK. Mr. H. W. Osborne, the manager of tlic Western District Butter Factories' Asso ciation, who visited Groat Britain last year, had an opportunity of noting the im provements that were taking place in the old country as the result of systematic herd testing. Mr. Osborne was so im pressed with the valuable work that he returned an enthusiastic advocate of the testing system. Referring to the matter recently, he said the necessity of produc ing a larger quantity of milk off the same area is work that should be assisted by the Government. It can be done by improv ing the dairy stock and by showing farmers the loss they sustain by keeping cows that do not give profitable returns. "Any measures," said Mr. Osborne, "that will show Victorian diarymcn how to increase the yield of milk and butter off the same area, and without additional expense, will be accomplishing splendid work for the country. The State Governments subsi dise immigrants so as to incre...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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The Third Degree. OPPOSITION TO ABOLITION. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 January 1914

The Third Degree. OPPOSITION TO ABOLITION. Superintendent Glecsson,- in charge of the Criminal Investigation office, has pre sented to the Chief Secretary (Mr. Murray), a report in which he complains that the order issued by Mr. Prendergast, who was the Chief Secretary in the short-lived Elmslie Ministry, tends to prevent the de tection of crime. The order was to the effect that the information needed by the police should be obtained by them without resorting to night interrogation, or any proceeding likely to produce physical and mental exhaustion, and that all persons to be examined must be apprised of t'neir rights, and be given an opportunity of having advisers present to watch, and if necessary, to protect their interests. Accoiding to Superintendent Gleeson, members of the Criminal Investigation branch are being seriously embarrassed in the performance of their duties through the operation of the order. Most criminals and offenders who fall into the hands of the police, he sta...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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WOOLSTHORPE. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 January 1914

WOOLSTHORPE. (Krom our owii Corrospoodo&t.) On Friday, 24th inst., the tcachors And scholars of tho local Sunday school jour noyed to Quamby at tho invitation of Mrs. Lindsay for a pionio at tho homestead. They ware convoyed thither In <lr«g« pro. vidod by Mrs. Lindsay. Tho young folk were early astir that morning and by 10.10 a.m tho viltA^0 8Qcmcd liko Go!(l« smith's "Dcsortod Villngo." Tho party wi*s welcomed by tho genial hostess and her family, who spared no effort to rondor tho day pfonsurabJc. A crickofc match WAS played botweon toams from tho visitors and Quamby, and after much strenuous and exciting play resulted in n draw, each side having mado 35 runs. Tho children woro then assembled for dinnor, and thoroughly enjoyod tho good things provided, after which an adjourn ment wea mado to the running track, where uumorous racos for valuable and varied prizes wore carried out. Messrs Surman aud Lindnay officiated as Imndicappor And starter, aud Messrs Nairn, ...

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 — 31 January 1914

Local Produce Market. IfQtqlt, Frjd^y, Potatoes.-Heavy deliveries of pota toes have been the order during the nee};, and tlio demand lias been sus tained fairly well. Up. to \yndnosday £.} was the ruling rate, but a foil of Os. took place on the day named. Tlie closiuc; price ibis opening wan £2 per ton. In coifversatiuu yilh a leading Mel bourno prodyco morphanb this week, a representative of tbia paper was urgod to impreos on farmers in the Eforoib district the fnot that as long as potato growers confine their attention to pink eyos thny must) remain in the rear, as ib always takes a big effort to ;,et rid of the variety named. For Brownells, Brown'a Kiver, and Carmens there is always a good interstate and local demand, and as long as the other dis tricts can keep tho market supplied, pink-eyes are not asked for. A good run 1ms been experienced during ihn pint month, bub now chat Qippsluud is coming on the mnrkot, the demand fur pink eyes will go off. The gentle rnifi) namoc} Qpea...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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HAWKESDALE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 January 1914

HAWKESDALE RACES. The following entries were received for the I-Iawkesdalc Races: Hurdle Race.-Minneboro, Ricochet, Kure, McCormick. Trial Handicap.-yoqrs and Mine, Carrie, Scottish Clt|b, i'iston, Wan)biga|, Ornate, Vachcron, Altarflame, Privateer, Bunkiin, Golden Vale, Wynne, Wasseca. | Tony Race.-Dora, Roluina, Thunder .Lassie, Lady Arden, Una, Piccolo. Hawkesdale Handicap.-Major Eight, Wanibigal, Sombrous, Bevinski, Dales man, Vodski. Brush Steeplechase.-Minneboro, J.H.B., Lord Fyans, Paxski, McCormick, Wasseca, Calabash, Cuach, Bunkun, Monorail. Hack Race.-Scottish Club, Yours and Mine, Buyaka, Neaptide, Sombrous, Mona Kirk, Ochre, Hoch, Marquis. Flying Handicap.-Piston, Mona Kirk, Major Eight, Vacheron, Bevenski, Vodski, Privateer, Bright Kirk, Wynne.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 January 1914

DEATH. CROWE.-At Koroit, on the 24th inst., John Edward Crowe, (late of Woolsthorpe Hotel) beloved husband of Elizabeth Crowe, aged 40 years. R.I.P. T. RUNDELL & SON, Undertakers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 February 1914

... _A_... WHOLESOME DRINK BRACING AND REFRESHING ir"( Pleases W) DU. L. L. Nmiilj'« nml MaBsinVs WKATUKK ALMANACS For Sale Matter^' Stmioncny Depot. 1.1, SSflrti of Wurrnambool. ALL CLASSICS OK WORK DONU. ENLARGEMENTS, PANORAMIC VIEWS, INTERIORS, HORSES IN ACTION, Etc., Etc. AUDlfESS: Care of MRS. RIORBAN, COMMERCIAL ROAD. YOUU... Summer Suit SHOULD BH ORDIMtKD NOW. R. G. TERRETT, . THE TAILOR, IS SUFFICIENT GUARANTEE FOR YOU TO ENTRUST HIM WITH YOUR NEXT ORDER. Our Cut, Stylo, and Material, arc Three Essentials to iho Perfectly Built Suit. A Largo Assortment of Specially Selected Suitings, Diagonal Coalings, VicunaB, KB tormain anrl Cheviot Serges. A special line of Truudorings, ctc., just arrived. The Famous Harris Tweed Suiting from £5 <j3« Lidies' OoBtumofl a Specialty. NOTE THE ADDRESS R. G. TERRETT, COM M UUCIA L ROAD, KOHOIT. THE PROOF OF THE BREAD IS IN THE Eating and Digestion Thereof. PROVE THIS TO YOUR OWN" SATISFACTION BY DKALIXU .WITH F.S, VVILLIAMS. MALT AN...

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WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 February 1914

WAKRNAMBOOL. O'Brien Bros. report: Tuesday, February 3* PigB.-265 pennod, of which 80 were stores. Competition wus very kceti iur all bacon pign, and prices again showed an in crease ou latu high rates. Stores also sold readily tib full values. Wo sold 61 for Messrs Taib Bros 74s add 82s 6d, Joseph Dunne 75.8, 15- Wickham 70s, John Griffon. 83a'6d, Patrick Simlh 80s Od, William Hulm 82s tid and 73s, T. Ryan 80s, A. Crawford 81s, T. Lawlor 703 6d, Jatnes Dwyer 85s, John Kicly 90s (top price of tho market) also stores for W. Jonkins 44s and 37s Ud, and quote best bacon pige 803 to 00?, good do 71s bo 79s (3d, light weights 60s to 71s, forward stores 47s 6d to 56s, well grown sorts 324 Gd to 40s, slips 23s to 28a 6d, smaller sorts 18s, backfattors 80s to 94s. Wednesday. Sheep.-600 peuned, All prime shoep' mcb'a brisk demand at Into rates, Pritno wethers mndo 16s to 17s 9d, prime crossbred ewes 15s 3d to 17«, prime lamhs 13s 9d to 14s lOrt, extra good to 16s 9d, store ewes 9a (3d bo 11b...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Western District Factories THE CREAM QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 February 1914

Western District Factories THE CREAM QUESTION. The home separator still continues to make Us way throughout the district. Try as ihcy will the factory managers cannot, increase their whole milk &upply, although every gallon of home separated cream means a further deterioration in the quality of their butter. There are so many sup pliers who will not take the necessary carc of their separators or their cream. The latter, too, is often kept for two or three days, and inthis weather the remit is often fatal to the making of good butter. The following table shows the amount paid for miik as compared with cream, duriug the winter six months. A!1 the figure*, except ing Cobden, arc for the half-year. The Cobdcn figures are estimated Factory, Paid for Paid for Milk. Cream. Garvoc ... £3,074 .. £3,415 Warruambool ... 5,306 ... 9,708 Grasmcro ... 10,298 ... 9,545 Mortlakc ... 3.IG8 .... 1,368 Glenormiston ... 20,432 ... 1,390 Cobden 30,125 ... 18,000 Colao ... 28,405 ... 49,134 Campc...

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Workers' Compensation Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 February 1914

Workers' Compensation Bill. Speaking on the above in the House o! Assembly last week, Mr. J. F. Duffus said : -I supported the contributory clauses of Ihe bill previously before tlw House, and as a protest against the dropping of those olauscs I must vote against the sccond lead ing of the bill 011 thin occasion. Mr. Solly.-Are you going to testify as to your vote on the last occasion 7 Mr. Duffus.-On the last occasion I voted for many provisions in the bill that I did not altogether approve of, for the reason that we were granted the concession I have mentioned-the contributory clauses. I will be prepared to do so again, but I think that, as a matter of principle, the contribu tory clauses were corroct. It is said that even with the contributory clauses in the bill, a great many employers would not make any deduction from wages on account of insurance. 1 bolievo that is the case, but at the same time I think (tic contributory principle is a right one. It is said that it is altogeth...

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