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WARRNAMBOOL. Tuesday, November 3, [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 November 1914

YVARRNAMBOOL. Tuesday, November 3, I O'Brien Bros, report: Pigs.-685 penned, of which 270 wore stores. Primo pigs sold readily at lalo rates. The majority of those offered, how ever, could have done with another two or three weeks' feeding, and for these compe tition was dull at reduced rates. Stores also were weak, and sales extremely hard to effect. Wo sold 171 for Messrs Daniel Gorman 68s 6d, Thomas Malouey 61)3 6(1, P. D. Ryan 63s, R. Farley fi'Ja 6<1, A. J. Gentles 58B, L. Paton 75e, Johu Rodgors 77s 6d, M. Sherry 78s, Mrs P. J. O'Dwyor 50a, 56s, 403 6d, Joseph Rowan 68s 6d, A. treo man 703 6d, B. Matuska 66s, A. Renlsch 78s 6tl, James Surkitt 66s 6d, Joseph Dunne 74s, \V. H. Hall 48s 6d, James Dalton 62s 6d, D. Bowman sear., 70s, James Bellinan 73s 6d, and stores for Messrs Michael Cooncrly 9s, James Fogarty 90s, Gooden Bros. 32s, W. Beveridge 41s 6d, P. J. Wall 32s, D. O'Keefe 85s, Mrs 0'Dwyer29s, Mrs John Carroll 8s, E. Miller 90*, aud J. Ryan 26s. Quotations :-Pr...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NESTLES AND KOROIT FACTORY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 November 1914

NliSTLIiS AND KOROIT FACTORY. To THE EDITOR. Sir,-Your report of the discussion which took place at the annual meeting oi share holders of the Koroit butter factory on Fri day last, re Nestles offer for the purchaso of milk, was not complete enough for the general body of suppliers to thoroughly understand the position. During Ihe past week 1 have met and talked the matter over with a good many suppliers, and it is very evident that a good deal of misunderstand* ing exists in regard to the exact position. 1 would deem it a special favor, Mr. Editor, if you would grant me sufficient space in your columns to put the matter clearly before the suppliers. In order that the suppliers may be apprised of alt the facts it may be necessary for me to go back to the first meeting of the Bo*rd and Nestles re presentatives, which took place in Koroit early in August. At that meeting Nestles offer to purchase ull the milk delivered to the Koroit company (Woolsthorpe ex cluded), at I5d per hundred ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Stock Markets. KOROIT. Thursday, November 5. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 November 1914

Stock Markets. KOUOIT. Thursday, November O'Brien Bros, report : Good yarding* of all clanscH and a full clcnranco. Pigs-155 penned. The market opened very quietly, with compotition dull and prieos weak. However, vondurs accepted ruling rates, and wo Hold all oxcopt otic small pon nt> auction for Mcnum G. Palon 18s, John O'Keofo 12s fid, If. Brown 23« (}<J, Charlua Kyin 10a 3d, J\ P. Russell 9h (id, MLhaol Downoy lis, 11a Oil and 12a Oil, William Ryan 12s, Michael Carroll 27a Find 13a, Thomas Johnston 26*, Mrs M'Carthy 21a 3d, MraO'Dwyer £6 10s, Mrs M. Brown 14a 6d, John Leibhman 38i, Thomas Kyan £3 15r, and M. M*Donald 8m. Quotations Best forward atorea 2/9 to 389, well grown sorts 2ln 3d to 26», slips I2n fid to I8s, mnallor sorts 8h to lU (id, sows and litlors £3 Ms to £0 IO.h. Sheep-291 penned. A good demand for all forward, and wo sold ovcry lot for Messrs .John Lenehan smalt shorn lambs 7s 9d, D. J, SUttery primo CWBB 12« 7d, eroBB bred ewes in forward condition ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Racing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 November 1914

Racing Notes. At this timo last- year, Traquctte stood Iicail and shoulders ahovo the rest of her aye, but so far this sea* son thu racing has not disclosed, # champion among the juveniles. Iled Signal .iron the Maribyrnong Piatc, bub had nothing to spare. Besides a few of the others were under the diBftd* vantage of having to carry penalties. Tho attractive point about lied Sig nal's performance on Saturday was his resolute finish. He hud to be hard rid* den but answered every call from hia rider. A colt of this character with courago to help him through is pretty well bound to stay. In many cases, crack two-year-old performers fail to make good as they grow older, and distances aro lengthened, but there is overy reft sou to beliovc that lied Signal will train on wheu ho leaves his first season behind him. Jlo is a consistout colt, as in three starts he has won once and finished second twice, lie was only nar rowly beatou by Celosia in tho Debu taut Stakes. Sinco his failure in tho...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 November 1914

Korbit Weekly Sale. THURSDAY, NOVUMUBR 1U. 09 13 RIKN BROS, wil Soil by I'ubHo Auction on abovo date, when thoy will offer CATTLE. S IViiiio Oowa from Korougah 8 Floahy Cows 10 Good Store Cows SHEEP. 25 Primo Crossbred Kwoa .10 Croaabrcd Ewes and Wothors, 2 tooth 35 Crossbred Ewos in good condition P106. HORSES. SUNDRIES. Special Buyer for strong, woll-crown SUORES in attendance Warrnambool Corporation Yards. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER II. 05 ORIKN BROS, wilt Soli by Public Auction, at tho Corporation Yards, ou tho above date tho following CATTLE: 8 Primo Cows from Yaugery 6 Fleshy Cows H Good Store Cowa SHEEP. SOPrimo Cropflb^d Ewes 20 j^mbo HuKSES SUNDRIES. TUESDAY, NOYEMBEE 10. PAT & STORE PIGS. I Koroit Weekly Kale. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12. MUKCH, TAYLOR & SEAL (through thuir Auctioneer, H. G. Wilson) will hold their Weekly Sale of Stock at their Koroit Yards on the above dato, when they will offer CATTLE. 4 forward springing Cowa 10 store Cows 15 1A year old Heifers I- y...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 November 1914

1 0 0 0 0; It D ROIT Agricultural Society, Sadinlny, TJ 1st November. I'KIZITlIST. Certilica-tiw for all Stallions 3 yrs. ,,1(1 and over mast bo exhibited to tho ?Secretary at tho timo of ontry. SECTION A.-DRAUGHT HORSES. Sto»-a«ls.-Messrs.. P. CHOWE, .W# STUVKNSON, J. MfLUElt and D; GORMAN. , ? ciaw. .. . - - ry*>^<x f 1-Stallion, < 1 yrH^oUl over f0. second, gilt of X*. Ryan £i,and W. Stncoy, 10/... v 1 10, 0 . 2-3-year-old Colt . .* ..... 2" 0 0 second, gift of .Messrs. Saltan and Son ... 1 0 3-2-yea.r-oId Colt - 0^. 0 second, gift of H. Don- ^ . notb 0 10 1-Yearling colt 2 0 ...0 sccoiul gift of Mr. J. . ' Kiely .. 0 10. .0 ,"j-Urood Maro »n fonli or - with foal at foot .. 2 10 0 second, gift of Mr. M. ? Lano . . . . 0 10 0-Heavy Draught . Maro . ... (brood marcs excluded) .. 2 10._0 fiecond, gift of Colonial . . Bank -1 0 U 7-Draught Maro that has never won a prize, tho . c;ift of Farmers' Co-opor ativo Society v. 2 2 0 second gift of sauio...-.. 1 1 8-...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE Roroit Sentinel AND Tower Hill Advocate. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 7. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 November 1914

fKomU tffonw §iiU ^(U'ocatc. PUBLISHED 8VBBT SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 7. Current Topics. Owing to pressure on our space a quantity of reading matter has been crowded out of this issue. Members of the Koroit branch of the Red Cross Society are continuing their good work, and another box was for warded to headquarters on Thursday last. It contained 30 flannel garments, 2 dozen handkerchiefs, Balaclava scarves, sox, mittens, cholera belts, as well as 14 dozen surgical bandages. The next meeting will be held on Wednesday week, 18th inst., and members are requested to note the alteration of the day from Thursday on this occasion. A meeting of the com mittee, presided over by Mrs. Martin Bourke, was held, when the treasurer re ported that £51 5s had been collectcd, most of which hart been spent 011 mate rial, but a balance of £17 still remains in hand. 200 garments had been sent away, besides surgical bandages, handkerchiefs, etc. A letter was received from the All Star Dramatic...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 November 1914

THANKS. WE wish to tender our Warmest Thanks to the Members of the Koroit Kiro Brigade and the other gentle nioD who worked so hard aud successfully to Bftve our Reaideuce duriug the recent tire at Mra. Halligau's. MISSES SCALES. DEATH. HILLIS.-At Koroit, on 3rd November, Jane, relict of the late Joseph Hiliis, aeed 71 ycara. T. RUNDELL & SON, Uudertftkore.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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WARRNAMBOOL. Tuesday, Novomber 10. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 14 November 1914

YVARUNAMBOOL. Tuesday, Novomber 10. O'Brien Bros, report: Piga.-490 ponned, of which 270 wero stores. Bacon pigs of prime quality met a goad markot, but medium and light bacooers wero in weak requoBt. Stores also wero dull and sales hard to effect at reduced rates. Wo sold 181 h*ad for Messrs. J. Downey, jur., 90s, and 77s Gd, Frank Skinucr 70s Gd, and 678, Michael Lamb 71a Gd, and 52s, J. A. Trew 67s» James Hnrloy 73s, G. H. Eldridge 55s and 43a, Mrs. Paticson 50s 6d, Jamos Holbrook 77s Cd, Daniel Gorman 60b, Mai tin Bushell 85s (top price of the day), Kiely Bros. 75s and 569, James Maloney 74s, and stores for Messrs. VV. Bonnott, Martin Bushell, Mrs Laioty, A H Clarko, VV Kelly, John McDonald, J Ryan, A T Wall, J Crolty, and T Ross. Quotations Primo bacou pigs 75s to 35s, good do 65s to 72* 3d. light weights 55s to 63$, best forward stores 20s to 35s, well grown sorts 18s to 24s, slips 12s 0d to 18s, small sorts 5s to 8s. Wednesday. Sheep.-1000 penned. A fairly brisk market, aud p...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Stock Markets. KOROIT. Thursday, November 12. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 14 November 1914

Stock Markets. KOROIT. Thur8dayt November 12. O'Brien Bros. roport Fair ynrdiuga of all cUasos and a good cltsaraneo. Pigs-115 penned. Competition was vory weak ami prices considerably lowor than of late. Notwithstanding this, sellers ac« cepted, and wo cleared tho yarding for Messrs Michael O'Donnhua 83 Gd and 7a Od, Mrs Keller !)«, Junius M'ltiernuy *159 Od and Or, Michael Downey 5s Gd, 7s Gd and 3s, Thomas Connors 1,7m lid nnd 10s, Michael Cnrroll 18s Od and 12*, Michael Butlor (!s tid, William Sinnott l is and 5s Od, Daniel C;ibcv 3Gs 3d, and Fred Kelson 45s. Quo tat ions-IJoaL forward stores 35b Gd and 3Ga 3d, well grown sorts 20s, slips 13B Gd and 18a Otl, Binuller sorts 39 to 10a, sows and litter *15s. Shopp -157 penned. Tho demand wan ea*ior than last week, and prices lowor. Wo sold for Messrs W. II. Hlulbeck crossbred lambs Es, William Hulm prime crossbred 2-toolhs Ma lid, G, Butlor crosabrcd owes in good order I Us id, and comeback ewes iu wool Os, Allan M'Donald croBsbrcd...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Koroit Baptist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 14 November 1914

| Koroit Baptist Church. i * Wlmb was described by tho chair inn n, Mr. J. E, Mackay, as " o double barrelled function," took placo in tho abovo cbnpol on Wednesday overling, when n social was held to tako faro well of iho HOT. S. B. Goble, nnd wolcoino tho incoming pastor, tho Rev. P. Harris. Tlicro was a good attendance, includiug many membors of the Grasmero church. Iu his opening remarks, the chair man acid it was just n question whether , they should hold Iho social at Gras mero, whero tlioy had spl'ondid gather ings from week to week. IIo would lmvc lilted to have been there, but wan | also pleased to bo hero. They had only a fow adherents here, but they wcro tho best in tho land, and if the meeting hnd been held at Grasmero their young friends Messrs Jag. Martin and Robe. Pollock would have been unable to attend. Ho was extremely pleased to , learn tlmt a largo number who had recently confessed Christ were now j regular attendants at communion. Ho ! did not like farewells, bu...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 14 November 1914

"5Tou Should lie Determined jn^ rejecting the -voitMeea aod freauenfclv injunuus oouuLt'iJuiia -which uro sometimes pushed for tho sake of greater gain as "just as tjood" as the GENUINE SANDER AND SONS' PUKE VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Bo not deooiycij t SAfcj p.NKiS EX'i'RAOT 't« reoognined by tho highest medioal authorities as possessing uulquo stimulating, hoaliug, and unti9optio powers. The proparatiou of SANDER'S EXTRACT from tho pure bulcctcd loaves, and tho refinement by spocial procossea fjivp It ouratiyo virtues, peoiiliuvly its ovyo. 1'hertfforp, ho net misled. I^emand and insist upoo thp GENUINE SANDYS HX ¥HAy!}\ aod' you v^ilf dorivo tho bpucjfy tnat thousands havo dorived (row it bbforo. Whoa ill'you should hot depress yourself more by tho aommon, bulky and nauseating e'uoiilytus pile, and sp. balled Extracts; . Whotypu want is quality and reliability in email doses,' and this you oaa only find ia ?4NPE{J'S extract.' Christmas Cards for Rome. A LARGE it VARIED ASSORTMEN...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Local Produce Market. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 14 November 1914

Local Produce Market. Potatoes, which wero very brisk » few wooks bnok, lmyo tfllfofl ^ t^rg for the vyo^e. .Ji^b nof iporpl^nntq' arc not anxious £o dq bqaincas, <wd only a hand to mouth business in.being dono, at> abnut> _ 103 por ton £ or urimo Stiowflakes. New potatoes nro coming on tho Molbouruo mnrlcob from New South Waloa and tho northern par^s of Viqtqria. A f0Vf sw" '<#8 of now potatoes havo boon purchased looally ab £i| per ton. Soma now sonson'o bay has already boon turned into cbaOf. During the week about 300 tops baa boon pur chased at £D) per ton. A few small lines of old season's barley have been bougUb ab from 6,d to 5s per bi^shel,

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Methodist Sunday School Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 14 November 1914

Methodist Sunday School Anniversary. Tho Methodist Sunday school anni versary was held on Sunday Inst, and proved n groat succoss in every way. Tho special preacher for the fcrvices was the |ltev. A. Hambly, B.A., of Camperdown, who delivered very ahlo and interesting addresses. The special feature of the anniversary was tho singing by tho children, under tho leadership of Miss Mnckie and Mr. Reg. Faragher. This part of the anniversary ia always an attraction, but this ypar the children excelled themselves in the singing of the special hymns. A new departure was mado this year, in that tho liymns chosen wore from the Me thodist Sunday school hyinn book. This is tho first time that hymns from this book have been sung in Koroit, one and all having to agree that tho various tunes and words wero very suitable for Sunday school worlc. The action of the Prosbyterian church in closing for the anniversary service at night, was highly appreciated by tho Methodist church members, and Sun day ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 14 November 1914

THE WAR. South-cast of Lille the Germans are making a last desperate effort to break the Allied line. The Allies are strongly entrenched on a line westward of Dix mude, Ypres, Lille and Arras, running from Belgium into France almost on the configuration of the letter S. The Ger mans have taken Dlxmude. Battle is being violently waged in the north of the western theatre of war, and a heavy German bombardment is proceed ing further south. Further confirmation is afforded of the transfer of German cavalry and artillery from the eastern to the western frontier of war. General von Kluck has been taken to task by the Kaiser for the failure o! his plans in Flanders and Franee. Germany is greatly alarmed by Russia's successes, and is endeavoring to bring re inforcements to oppose the Czar's advanc ing troops. It is estimated that in the Vistula campaign in Poland the Kaiser has lost 100,000 men. Austria is straining every nerve to make an effective and final attack upon Servia. Mr. Asquith,...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Tennis Match WESLEY V. KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 14 November 1914

Tennis Match WESLEY V. KOKOIT. A very pleasant time was spent 011 Saturday nflcrnoon at Wesley tennis court, when tho Koroit elub, with a large number of supporters, journeyed in to play a friendly match with Wesley. The contest provided some very keen and exciting tennis, Wesley eveniually winning by II games. During the afternoon tea was dispensed by the ladies of the Wesley club, and was much appreciated by all. The stores were as follow : Gordon nnd Hertrand (Koroit) beat better and Heine (Wesley), 10 ami lost 161 Oakley and McCallnm (Wesley), 5 10. Spring and Gibson (Koroit) beat Seller and Heine (Wesley), 10 8, and Oakley and McCallum (Wesley), 10 9. j Oakley and Miss Baulch (Wesley) bcut, Gordon and Miss Smith (Koroit), 6 2. I Setter and Miss 10 Oakley (Wesley) beat Spring and Miss McVicar (Koroit), 6 3. Misses M. and K. Oakley (Wesley) bent 31iss McVicar and Miss Smith (Koroit), 6.0. Totals-Wesley, 51 games ; Koroit, 40 games

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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EXPORT OF AUSTRALIAN BUTTER AND CHEESE, HOW THE WAR WILL AFFECT THE TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 14 November 1914

EXPORT OF AUSTRALIAN BUTTER AND CHEESE, now TIIE WAR WILL AFFECT THE TRADE. Mr. G. Sutherland Thomson, for some timo Government dairy expert in Queensland, but ivho has boen abroad for some years, arrived in Sydney re cently on a visit to Australia, aud gave his opinion on the effect tho war ivould upon the dairying industry, as follows;; has a lavg* butlor uacjQ witty Britain, and this will bo at mi ei)<| while tho war lasts, fl'gU pricos fqr butter will rule ill Britain during tho autumn, and this will bo augmentod by an early dose of tho Russian butter 1 season, it >» dilUoult to say If tho ?Danish and Swedish supplies will re main undisturbed, but it Is certain that tho huge cream trado that Sweden docs with Germany will cea«!. All thiuga considered from tho present outlook, the British butter markot should be pro fitable to Australia, as far as can bo seen. For cheese, the prospects are also favorable, owing to a shortage of (iieifj., Etftd tbp euftigg off of Cont...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Koroit Bowling Club. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 14 November 1914

Koroit Bowling Club. Mr. J. L. Paton presided at a meeting of the committee of the above club on Thursday evening, Messrs. Stevenson, Gcraty, F. O'Brien, Pearson, and Eccles also being present. Correspondence was received from the Western District Howling Association stating that the affiliation fee was £3 js, £1 is. of which went to the Victorian Bowling Association. The first match in connection with the pennant competition will be against the Warrnamboo! club on Saturday, November 21, on the Koroit green.-A motion having been carried at a previous meeting to afiiliate the amount . named will be forwarded. Some discussion took place on the question of installing the electric light, it having been reported that to do so in the first season would prove inimical. The chairman said it was news to Mm that having the light 011 would destroy the green, as in many places it seemed to work satisfactorily. The majority of members cannot get away during the afternoon, and the only chance the...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Racing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 14 November 1914

Racing Notes. By " Flcmington." After tho storm, tho calm! Tho spring campaign is over nnil wo must now ex pect a lull in Turf affairs. The period from the big spriug meetings up to tho autumn campaign is always very qUic{ in racing matter*, ami there is evory reason why it should lie more so thaii usual Stliis season. After utile heavy work of the past few weeks a quieter time is likely to lie much appreciated liy racegoers. The midsummer meet, ings help to bridge the gap between the spring and autumn carnivals. By his victory in the C.B. Fisher Plate, Mountain Knight settled any doubts that may have existed about his claim to bo considered tho best of his age. Carlitn, it is true, beat Mountain Knight in the Derby, but there was something radically wrong about that race. It now looks as if Mountain Knight, was short of a good gallop or two when he ran in tlio Derby. Any. how the racing seemed to improve him to such an extent that when he met Carlita at "Weight for Sex" on the conc...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Sunday Corner. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 14 November 1914

Sunday Corner. BY " LVADIATOLL." Our greatest victories are wrought out through pain, and purchased at tho cost of the humbling of the tlesh. Failure comes from reckoning on God. Tho Bible does not hesitato to hold tho mirror up to our fallen nature, or show os what wo arc. If christian parents will settle clown in fellowship with tho world, they havo themselves to thank for all tho misery whioh acerucs to themselves and child ren, and the dishonor of God. There is nothing so absolutely price less as tho white llower of a pure and blameless life. Above all other gift?, covet that of n cleansed heart. The man who has chosen the putn and good once, will choose them more easily next time, aud at each choice will become stronger. Insensibly character is ever forming -unconsciously we are taking sides. Do not nurse your grief in lonely brooding ; arise, and' minister to somo oue. When the heart is full of God, tho tongue will be almost obliged to speak of him. Sometimes God seems to spoa...

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