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Original Correspondence. [It must be distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] NO LICENSE LEAGUE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 November 1914

Original Correspondence. [It must be distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] NO LIC15N3I5 LUAGUK. To tiik EDITOR. SIR,-The report of my remarks at the inauguration of the No Ltccnse League in Koroit represents tnc as saying that the churchcs were unanimous for no Hccnse. That.statement would not he corrcct. What I said was the members of lro tcsttint churchcs were unanimous for a reduction of licenses, which is a different I personally regard no license as an ideal for temperance people to work lor by con« vincing the people of the sooial misery, economic loss, and personal demoralisation the drink traffic represents, and I am pre pared to take my share in the work of education. On the other hand I believe a majority of the electors arc already convinced we have too many licenses in this district, and that some of them could be withdrawn with great advantage to the community. We need therefore to organise vigorously wit...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 November 1914

CATTLE. Durham bull,3 years and over'.John tianctj 1, Br. J. G. Wilson 2. Dunham bull, t-alvcd after 1st July. 1012, gift of Sir. D.Pumio: Dr. J.u. "WjJson 1, Durluun bull, yearling, tlio gift of .Mr. D. O'Kcofe: Dr. j. G. "Wilson, l arid 2. Durham <«>».: John Qapos 1. Dr. .J. 0. Wilson 2. Diujuvta oaw or heifer, ealvad vf tor 1st July, 1912: John Gapes. Durluun h«if«r, j'oailiui;: Jolm Gapca i. , Ayrsluro bull, 3 years and over: tooond, gift of Mossra. Hartrwu aiul Son: J. J. Gleason 1,-King Bros. .2. Ayrshire bull,calved after 1st July, 1912: P. Grant 1, \V. H. Skilbeok 2. Ayrshire oow; sooond, gift of Mr. W. Crowe: Wtu'i-nairthool Agrioultu nil High Soluwl 1, AV. Henderson 2. lAyrelriro cow or lieifor, calved after 1st July, 11)12; sooand, gift of Mr. ,\V. (Jio'.vo :AS'an')).inilh)[J AgriouHurid .Hi«h School, 1 and 2. Jvxnoy ball; seoond, gift of Mr. I'. Wall: \\r. AV right 1, J. Growo 2. Jersey cow, second, the gift of Mr. . Oruwo; 1!. Furagher 1, J. -M 'Ciauu 2. J...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Stock Markets. KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 November 1914

Stock Markets. KOUOIT. O'Brien Bros, report Thursday, Novoinbcr 20. Fair yarding* of all olassos and a full clearance* Pigs.-117 ponnod. Owing to tlie high prico of food, coupled with tho fact that the bulk of tho yarding wob mado up of small pigs, for which thoro is little demand, sales woro hard to effoct. Wo sold 82 for Messrs. W. Morrison 30s and 40s Gil, Michaol Russell 42s, William Ryan 6s, Michaol Green 12*, 15, Lynch 3s, Daniel Otiaey HP, Henry Porter 13s, Alex. Morris 28s and 12b 6d, J. M. Ryau 16s, P. Moonan 60s. Quotations-Forward pigs 39s to 42s, well-grown sorts 28», slips lis to 16s, small pigs fis and sow and littor f)0s. Sheep. -147 ponnod. Competition was brisk and nil lots sold readily for Monsrs. John Linccn prime ewes 13a, John Monghcr ornsflbred owes in low condition Qa 9d, crossbred lambs 7s 7d, 8s Gd and 8s 8d, and owes and lambs 9s, aud James Buchanan crossbrcd lumhs 8s 2d. Catllo.-66 yarded. A very animated sale, all ports being eagerly competed for, and wo ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Kirkstall Races. THIS AFTERNOON. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 November 1914

Kirkstall Races. THIS AFTERNOON. The following arc the handicaps for the annual Spring meeting of the Kirkstall Racing Club, to be held this afternoon: Trial Handicap.-Emerald Dale, 9.5 ; Draw Thread, Humble, 7.10; Miss Sirat, 7.5; Piston, 7.0. Pony Race.-Lady Arden, 9.9 ; Piccolo, 7.5 ; Joe Cook, Miss Beau, 7.0. Spring Handicap.-Prince Kirk, 9.7; Wiridgil, 8.13; Lord Kelvin, Major Eight, 8.7; Emerald Dale, 8.2; Sestra, 7.9; Ro tunda, 7.0. Handicap Hack Race.-Interstate, 9.7; Me Smith, 9.2; Sombrous, Draw Thread, 8.10; Lady Arden, Prepay, Brave Oak, 8.7; Dalva, Plum Pic, Graft Bank, 8.3, Vocal Queen, Bull Ant, Lady Kilcen, 8.0. Hurdle Race.-Black Flag 10.5; Calyx, 9.12; J.H.B., Kyluna, 9.9; Court Martial, Rotunda, 9.3; Bull Ant, Kirkstall, 9.0. Flying Stakes.-Prince Kirk, 9.10; Wiridgil, 9.2; Major Eight, Lord Kelvin, 8.10; Ochre, 8.1; Lady Arden, 7.7; Miss Sirat, 7.0. A. G. BENDALL, Handicapper.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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BLOOD HORSES AND HACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 November 1914

BLOOD HORSES AND HACKS. 'llluiroughbrcd stallion, any ago:A. and J. Young 1. .Roadster stallion: G. Smith 1. Trotting stallion, to bo riddan ir driven three times round ring, and judged by paco and appearance: Geo. Smith 1. Pony stallion, 14 hands or undor: Quinlaa and M'Leon (Minyip) 1 ;Cq1 moron and Winos 2. Thoroughbred maro (in foal or with foal at foot): A. and J. Young 1,51. Artikiuscui 9. 2 jar old colt, CJly or gelding: A. and J. Young 1 -and 2. lift, hack (racuhoregs ox^uded): I'olico Department 1, T. E. Glocaon lQst. hack (racohoree excluded) gift of Messrs. Cramond and Dick eon: li. T. Poivling 1, W. Russell 2. Pony hack, nuuo or gelding, 14 luands or undor, tlio gift of Mj. C. 0'M.ahonv: W. J. Campbell, 1 and 2. Pony hack, marc or gelding, 12 hands or undor: T. Armstrong 1, V. Murphy 2. " Pony liack, ma no or gelding, IS hands or under: G. Smith 1. W Threlfall 2. Galloway roadster rack, 14 to 13 hands; second, gift of Mrs. Marks: J. Holden 1, SV. T. Russell 2. Singlo bug...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 November 1914

MOTHERHOOD.. "Motherhood," as the lale Dr. Talmage observed, "is the noblest aspiration of womanhood in its best sense." There is something lacking in the home into which no baby has ever entered. Without the advent of "the little stranger" the hap piness of husband and wife is never quite complete. A book of valuable informa tion, telling how thousands of people have had their hearts' desire gratified, will be sent free to anyone who cuts out this . advt. and sends it to Dept. B. SO, LADIES' COLLEGE OF HEALTH, Phair's Build ings, 327 Collins St., Melbourne. You Should be Determined in rejecting tho worthless and frcquontly injuriouo counterfoils which arb sometimes pushed for tho sako of grcator gain no 11 just as good" m thoGENULNE 8ANDER AND SONS' PURE VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. 13o not decoivcd! SAN DER'8 EXTRACT is rccogninod by tho highest medical anthoritios bb possessing miiquo stimulating, hoaling, and anlieoptic powcrn, Tho preparation of SANDER'S flXTRACT from tho puro s...

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Racing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 November 1914

Racing Notes, It will be interesting to seo bow tin war, if it continues until the autumn .will influence ?ho next yearling sa'cs. In England, tbo sales were, .with the ivar raging, naturally not nearly so successful as usual. There is no reason to fear that tho tic pression^ will be felt to quite the same extent in this country, hut probably breeders will not, receivo quite aver age prices for their young stock next year, especially if, as threatened, tho stakes arc reduced. Before, however, the yearings are Bent into the ring, the ouilook may become much brighter. News of a smashing blow to tho Kaiser's forces and a couple of inches of general rain in the Commonwealth would make all tho difference. ?o breeders with year lings to soil in the autumn need not despair just yet-. There is little tiklihood of Uncle Sam being seen in public again. The dual Canlfield Cup winner has been sent home from Flomington, and his de parture from headquarters is taken as meaning that he has bid goo...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 November 1914

Koroit Weekly Sale. iTHURSDAY, DECEMBER 3. 05 ORIEN BROS, wil Sell by Publlo ] '?k* Auction on abovo dato, when | thoy will ofl;or CATTLE. 5 Prime Cows from Koroagah 4 -do do from Winslow 8 Forward Conditioned Cows SHEEP. . 60 Orossbred Eivos and Wothors from l'urdeot 40 Crossbred Ewes ia fair order 30 do Lambs PIGS. HORSES. SUNDRIES; Special Buyer for strong, well-grown I STORES in attendance Warrnambool Corporation Yards. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2. 05 DRIEN BKOS. will Sell by Public I Auction, at the Corporation Yards, OD the abovo dato the following-| CATTLE: 8 Primo Oows, from Killarncy 4 Prime Cows, from Vangery SHEEP. 40 Primo Crossbred Ewes 20 Prime Crossbred Lambs, extra good HOKSES SUNDRIES. '.^R tntfiSDAY,' DECEMBER 1. FJitD & STORE PIGS. ; Koroit Weekly Sale. : THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3. MURCH, TAYLOR & BEAL (through their Auctioneor, H. G. Wilson) wil] hold their Weekly Sale of Stock at their Koroit Yards on the above dato, when they will offer . CATTLE. 12 Store ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 November 1914

Furniture for the Cottage or the Mansion. Only fi rat-class workmen em ployed at our Factory. One trial will convince you of the superiority of our goods. GIVE US THAT TRIAL. E. B. PHILLIPS, :; HEBIG STREET WABRNAM8001 TIMBER, MERCHANT, HIGH STREET, INVITES INSPECTION OF HIS STOCK OF Hardwood, Hurdles, Cement, Droppers, Gate's, Troughs, Pickets,' ? Palings, Red Gum, Softwood, Iron, Etc; Call and Inspect, j Before Purchasing Elsewhere Sole Agent for Koroit and District for Bates and Co.'s Open Fire Stoves Law Union and Rock Insurance Co. The Best*T I lie Cheapest machines are SOLD liY A LOCAL FIRM. PRICES: £3 10s. TO £9 15s. Lfln£ Guorfinitc. EASY TERH5. Tested anj Found THE UEST, la aif &;i over thi Commonwealth. k'-, m A A . M . The Cotnfcrt cf Theanods pf ilcuscwivis. They save mere money and do mere wcrH v/ilh ku l&tar than any other machine* on the mark t, anJ vau can't wear them cut. Ward Bros. WARD BKOS , $ 36-38 Errol St.,North Mcll>oi:ri\e To SPE3RITS B3EE...

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Presbyterian Fete. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 November 1914

Presbyterian Fete. The fete held annually under the aus pices of the Presbyterian Ladies' Guild took place on Thursday and yesterday, and to be in accord with the times was called the red. white and blue fete. On this occasion the Junction took place in the Agricultural Hall, owing to the Mechanics' being other wise engaged, and the ladies were faced with the rather heavy task of making the bare building attractive and pretty. They succeeded admirably, and a complete trans formation was effected, the interior of the building, bedecked with red, white and blue streamers and Union Jacks, presenting quite a gay and festive appearance. A good business was done by the ladies at the various stalls, and although the exact re turns were not available at time of writing, it is fairly certain that the amount striven for has been securcd. A lot of work was cheerfully undertaken by the hard-working secretaries, Misses K. O'Neill and M. Ber trand, and to their efforts the ultimate success of the...

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THE Koroit Sentinel AND Tower Hill Advocate. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 28. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 November 1914

THE |voroit Jtntiitrf AND $iU ^thwart*. PUBLISHED EVEBJ SATVBDAT SATURDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 28. Current Topics. The Koroit bowling club will play a pennant match against Port Fairy at that town this afternoon. Four or five additional subscribers are to be added to the local telephone ex change. A few mors would ensure ap all-night service, There was a guessing competition for a shcSp at the Koroit show on Saturday, the profits to go towards the Koroit ambulance fund. Competitors had to guess the weight of the sheep, and the weight of its flccce. The weight of the sheep proved to be loe^lbs. Messrs W. G. Baulch (Orford) and F. J. Delahunty (Murtoa) were equal with guesses of to6!i lbs. Other guesses varied from 52 lbs to I40lbs. The weight of the fleece proved to be iolbs. 1302s., and Messrs J. G. Sainsbury (Allansford) and M. M'Gann (Koroit) were equal at 10J-4lbs. The other guesses were from 4lbs to l^lbs. The receipts amounted to £9 2s. The many friends of Mr. Norman Craw ford will...

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Sunday Corner. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 5 December 1914

Sunday Corner. Ur " liAPi.vioit." Thero is no teaciicr like God, and wo inny always delect. his voic, when Uc speak? there is no niibtnkiiig Ilia voice or His will. 'JL'hero art; four tests for truth, what filorifius Christ ; what humbles tliu ilesti; what is in ncoord with the Word of God ; aud what. has stood the trial of Jhristinn cxpuiiencu in tho past. Often tin onlooker con see mistakes wn are innliinjr, ami can suggest, sumo ihing belter, but we aro wise to Rut Alone into llie lioly presence of God, mid nsk wlmtiUe commands, what is His will.' One of the greatest revelations ihut can como. to any Christian worker is the realization that in every act of Christian ininiHry there are t wo iigeut", God and [nan,: chat God does not need to he implored to litlji u.<, but wants us to help Hun. . God regards us with tin; tosta.-iy of a lovo that rejoiccs orer lis with singing; and eouuts on us us a uiolhcr on her child, a miser on his golil. . . Do not bo afraid to enter t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 5 December 1914

WALL PAPERS. WALLPAPERS, t WALLPAPERS. The Latest Designs now open tor inspection. CALL AND SEE THEM Oil WHITE FOR PATTERNS. P. F. HARPER, .House and Sign Painter. [Kstakljshkd 15 YKAKS.] \lH 1 V. EXTRAORDINARY. JUST ARRIVED. Large Assortment of ART FRAMES, In various designs and sizes, prices ranging ; from is 3d to 4s 6d. . , Copper and -Earthenware JARDINIERS, .» « - ... At-all prices.--' . > - ' : v 1 > , ;; 1 ; / : , t ?1 < ' Call and^ inspcct the < / "NEW 'FOLDING' COX BED; Folds up to 3ft. x Sin. x 4m.; you can carry it under your'arm. ..''.LINOLEUMS.;"? LINOLEUMS. Make youT^rooms look natty for Xmas. by laying one of our Linoleums.on your floors. . RUGS, _ MATS. and. CARPETS -in. Large Variety. : T, BUNDELL & SON, 'FUftNfSHIKe' WAKESMHJSB, "FUNERALS CONDUCTED IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE. 'I'HOXIS No. 16: TO PERSONS ABOUT TO BUILD; BEFORE CALLING ELSEWHERE CALL UTON OR WRITE TC SIMMONDS & HAIN, TIMBER MERCHANTS AND CONTRACTORS, - KOJROIT, ...

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THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 5 December 1914

THE WAR. Mr Fisher, Priflie Jjiinister, when the House'of Bepresentatiyes Riot en Thursday, announced that the Austra lian and New Zetland troops had landed in Egypt, and the announcement) was received with loud cheers. It was Btated that the troops will assist in the defence of than country, and to complete their training there, and that they will go direct to the front to fight with the British troops in Europe when their training is complete. It was pointed out that) to house Aus tralia# troops iu tents in midwinter, after a long voyage in troopships pas sing ihroygii the tropica and sub-tropics, would be a very s.cvere t^ja), any im-. poso unnecessary hardships on the tuen. juord [Kitchener's proposals were en tirely due tp his anxiety for the best possible conditions fop the success of our forces, in which lie takea a« £jfepiol interest). Despite efforts to prevent new* leak ing from Belgium to Holland, there are fresh reports that the eastward woyf tpen.ti of the German troops...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 5 December 1914

MOTOR GAR FOR HIRE. ?jvruw 30 li.p. UUS8I5LL OAR, Sontiug _Li Fivo, avoilnblo day of uiglit. Com potent Drivor. W. JENXINSON, VICTORIA HOTEL, KOROIT, 'Phono 21. WILLIAM: AEDLIE, E. z>. Aasiizz:, BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS, WARRNAMBOOL, And COMMERCIAL ROAD, KOROIT. Attondonco at Koroit ovory Thursday for oonvcnionco of olionta. Tolophono 57. Warrnambool. Mechanics' Institute, Koroit. TO-NIGHT (SATURDAY) TO-NIGHT FIRST PRODUCTION IN THIS TOWN OF J. C. Williamson's Intensely Fascinating Drama, "WITHIN THE LAW." The Record-Breaking Drama of the Century. " WITHIN THE LAW," absolutely tho Greatest) Dramatic Attraction that) bail over boon presented to ICoroit) Thoatrogoors. .' WITHIN THE LAW," interpreted by a combination of DRAMATIC STARS tlinb it would bo impossiblo to excel. " WITHIN THE LAW," a remarkable ploy of absorbing interest), which has to its credit) a record of OYER TWO THOUSAND PERFORMANCES. Prices-3s. and 2s. (Reserved Seats 4s.) Box Plan at Matters'. WATCH FOR ... IBTO'g...

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WARRNAMBOOL. Tuesday, December 1. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 5 December 1914

WARRNAMBOOL. Tucadoy, Dccomber 1. O'Brien Bros, roport: Pigs.-472 penned, of which 150 were stores. Bacon pigs sold at late rates, but stores were almost unsaleable even at very low rotes. We sold 149 for Messrs. C. Gor man 73s 6d and 649, A. P&ton 60s, A, H. Clarke 66s, James BusheN 74s, Thomas Trigg 4?S| Mrs. Paticson 50s 6d, Mrs. Dalton 68s, Len Bourke 48s and 43s 6d, James Qoibrook 60s, Michael Scott 5Gs, Jamea M'lnerney 60s B. M'Cormick 75s 6d, William Hulm 65s, W. HolBchor 69a 6d, B. A. Tucker 62s Gd, B. Gannou 69s 6d, J, G. Brown 80s, E. A. Ibbs 74s 6d, Alfred Bogley 75s, Mrs. M. Ryan 83s Gd, John Leishman 75s, P. D. Ryan 5G& 6d, and stores for Messrs. M, Bardie, J. Gloeson, J. Porter, and James MVDouough. Quotations-Best bacon pigs 75s to 89s, good do 60s to 72s 6d, light woights 50s 6d to 60s, boat forward stores 26s to 34s, well-grown sorts 17s to 23s, alips 8a to 13s, small pigs 2s to 5b. Wednesday. Sheep.-450 penned. A brisk demand and all pens sold readi...

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"Bumpkin Jim." [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 5 December 1914

"Bumpkin Jim." The following lines, which lately appeared in the Ballarat "Courier," are by a well known native ot Koroit who is at present residing at Ballarat. There's a little chap in uniform called Jim ; 'E's a farm hand and 'e's got a call to go And give the Kaiier Ihim that's called Wilhelm) And his sorsage-inaking fighting boys a show, For to know That when Austral lads are called to help their King, Why, they go. 'E can boast a bit, this country bumpkin Jim, And tell you in a moment what e'll do If the Germans come a 'opplng round 'o him, 'Off 'e'll down 'em like an old-man fighting 'roo, And they'll know That the game of fighting Austral lads like Jim Ain't no go. We've a soft place in our hearts for Bump kin Jim, Since 'e'll soon be puncturing Germans by the score ; But we only hope they won't go uiin' him For a target till 'e's like a meat-safe door. But we know His side will be the safer of the two At the war. We're a-looking for a time to come, old Jim, When the eagle's...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Stock Markets. KOROIT, [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 5 December 1914

Stock Markets. KOKOIT, O'Brien Bros. report Thursday, December 3. Pigs.-None forward. Shcop.-187 pcuned, for which biddings wero animntcd, and all lots sold fib auction at full values for Messrs. H. J. Goodcn crossbred owes in Rood order lis 6d, merino wcthors 7s Od, T. O'Brion prime owes 14s 9d, Ddniol Quirk 2-tooth crossbred owos 14s, W. Meagher, crossbred ami eomobaok ewes in fair order 5s to Is 2d, small comobaok lambs 7B 3d. Cattle.-114 yarded. Fat cows and flonliy conditional cows met a spirited sale at prices fully equal to lust week's high ratcB. A few dairy cows sold ot fair ratcB, bub medium milkors aro hard to quit. Storo cattlo show no alteration. Wo sold 109 head for Messrs. John Flahavin, B. Davidson, oxors M. J. Dunno, James Maloncy, Mrs. Cruise, Mahony Bros;, Thomas O'Brien, John Lane, R. Farley, 1\ Gorman, R, McCormick, E Fii/.gcrald, C J Dunno, R Faraghor, John Lumsdcn, A Black, William Hulm, Mrs W Garvey, W S Mackie, Mrs A McLoan, Johu Lenohan, John Ryan, Mrs R Ry...

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Koroit Waterworks Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 5 December 1914

Koroit Waterworks Trust. The monthly meeting of llic above was held last Wednesday evening, those present being the samu as at the council meeting. CORRESPONDENCE. From G. M. Scott, estimating the cost of a 2 inch pipe in Queen street between High and Home streets at about £23. From F. Prior, stating that for the month of November there was a good sup ply of water kept in the reservoir, which is in good order; 1,398,000 gallons of water passed through the trust meter and 400,000 gallons through the railway meter. The steam pump for pumping will need .1 general overhaul. He had taken read ings of meters for the month. From Water Supply Commission, ap proving of the plan and specifications for diverting water from the new spring into the receiving basin. Tenders may now be invited and when received submitted for approval. METERS. Com. Stevenson said at last meeting it had been derided that all consumers should put on meters. Some ratepayers had mentioned the matter to him and asked if...

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Kirkstall Races. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 5 December 1914

Kirkst^ll Races. There was a fair attendance of the public at the above races, on Saturday.. Good fieids faced the barrier in five races on tho card, and the racing proved interesting, some olose finishes boing witnessed. Results trial Handicap-Draw Thread (5 to 4) 1, Emerald Dale 2, Humble 3, Miss'Sirat also ran. Pony raco-Lady Ar'den (10 to 1 on) 1,' Miss Dean 2. Spring handiojip-Major Eight (2 to 1 on) 1, Emerald Dale 2, Prince Kirk 3 ; Wiridgil, Lord Kelvin! Sestra, and Rotunda a\so ran. Hack race-Draw thread (6 to 4) 1. Plum Pio 2, Interslate 3 ; Prepay, Dalva, Vocal Queen and Lady Kiteen also ran. Hurdle race-Black Flag (evens) 1, potunda 2, J«H<B« 3 | Court Martial and Kirkstall also started. Flying Stakes-Oohr« (5 to 1) 1, Major Bight ?, lord Kelvin 3.

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