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Bowling. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 December 1914

Bowling. A« was expected the four-rink game at Warrnambool last Saturday resulted in au easy victory for the home team. One local four, consisting of Messrs Brennan, Eccles, Officer, apd I'etjrs (c) put up a good per formance by dead-ljegiing with their opponents, the figures being 21 all. The next pennant match will be between Warr nambool and Koroit at Koroit. An old] and esteemed friend, Mr. John J. Grogan, writing from Bairnsdale gives some of his experiences with that club. He if S[/ enthusiastic bowler, and is playing with tbe B?ir;isdale team for the premiership of East Gippsland. J;ast week they won from Traralgon by two' points, and from Warragul by eleven points. I'lic Bairns dale club bas held the premiership for the last four yoars. When the members of (he Koroit club feel that they can play, Mr. Grogan advises them to take a trip to Bairnsdale, and then tliey will know whether they can play or not. If e promises to entytjin them. Our friend says there ia no drought op h...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE Koroit Sentinel AND Tower Hill Advocate. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING DECEMBER 19. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 December 1914

THE fvovoit Jcntiuf! AND ®owfv pit ^tUwato PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING DECEMBER 19. Current Topics. The third and fourth round of the Lcddin trophy was run on Tuesday and Thursday nights, the work being very keen through out. The third round resulted in M. Carroll's team, 25sec. being first, M. Mor rison's team, 25 3-5, second, J. Crowe's team 25 4-5, third. Fourth round, J. Crowe's team 26 2-5scc. I, M. Carroll's team 26 3-5 sec. 2, M. M'Cluskcy's team 29 4-5sec. 3. Some of the teams have been unfortunate, not having their full comple ment, which takes away a good deal of interest in the running for those who do attend. All firemen intending to play cricket to-day are asked to be on the ground at 2.30. The following pupils of the Kirkstall State school were successful in obtaining certificates in the examination recently held in KoroitRoy Bence and Richard Turner secured their merit certificates; Robtrt Taylor got his qualifying certifi cate, and Florence Taylor passe...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHE LEFT HER FEET BEHIND. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 2 January 1915

SHK J.EFT niCR FKET BEHIND. A good old Scotch minister, calling 'tuo\pic'.^dly on a widow who livo; in .1 cotrit^o on the outskirts uf tlic vil lage. surprised her in the of ?.viiftliinj; a lor ,of cloth s. Sho hurried ly bid behind a iMo'ihrshojvc and told !J.t Htl'.e Jrny :o say sli'j w.t? out, Tho visi'or knocked at- lit.» dnor. "'Weil. Jamie,"* ho said, "and wIi-to Is your inoth'T?" ''My mother is not in; fih"'« down .troot. on a message," proinpMy re plied Uio lad. Indeed." replied the mi. i.-i'er, with ,* at the bottom of ibe Kcreen. roll Jier I called; and say 1 liat tbo next time sh« goes d<>\vu lo the villiigo olie fihouM tako tor f««t with "Well" Woods' Great Peppcrmiut Cure, For UougUs and Colds, never fuili

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Winslow Races. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 2 January 1915

Winslow Races. On New Year's Day, for many years past, the Winslow racing club has provided the residents of the extensive and closely settled district within a radius of twenty miles with a holiday attraction second to none in the provinces. Patrons arc by no means confined to the area mentioned, however, for every year may be seen in increasing numbers representatives from the Penshurst, Hamilton, Dunkeld and Casterton districts on the northern side. The acquisition of the present coursc, with its many natural advantages for racing and picnicking, together with the additional charm of a splendid view of the countryside, gave a great impetus to the popularity of the'fixture. From its inception, the watchword of the club has been progress, and this has been given effect to by a policy of unremitting atten tion to the requirements of horse owners and the comfort and convenience of the general public. Experience has taught people who are willing to learn that to follow racing as a mea...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THERE WAS PLENTY LEFT OVER. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 2 January 1915

THERE WAS PLENTY LEFT OVER. Ono Sunday morning a ccrtain young ^nscor in his first clmrge announced nervously: "I will tako for my text tlio words Ar.d they fed five men with five thou sand loaves of bread aud two thousand tithes.' " At this misquotation aii old parish iouer from his seat iu tho amen corner said audibly: 'That's no nnraolo-I could do it myself." Tho young prcachor sai3 nothing a* tho timo, but tho next Sunday ho an nounced tho saino test again. This iim lie got it right: "Aud they fed live thousand wen on five loaves of bread and two fishes." He waited n moment, »ud then, uauing over tho pulpit acj looking at rhc amen cmnor, he said: "And could you do that, too. Sir. "Of cuurso I could," Mr, Smith rb plied. .'And how would you do U?" said lu» proaclier. "VViih what was left over from last Sunday." said Mr. Smith.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Terang Races. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 2 January 1915

Terang Races. There was a large attendance at the an nual meeting of the Teratig Racing Club yesterday. Results Trial Stakes, 5 furlongs.-Terrara Mcr ri I, Spinlad 2, lliron 3. Nine starters. 2 to I the winner. Won by half a length. Hurdle Racc, 2 miles.-High View I, Rebel King 2, Emerald Dale 3. 4 starters. Even money Rebel King, 2 to 1 High View. Won by 2 lengths. TcrangCup, t mile iy2 furlongs.-Per sian Light I, Hypo 2, Mirene 3. Other starters-Vodski, Bridge, Asterbert, Ma Gossc, and Curlano. 6 to I the winner. Won by a head. Handicap Steeplechase, about 2 miles. The Sun I, Goldsign 2, Fosterton 3. Monorail also started. 6 to 4 Goldsign, 2 to I The Sun. Won by two lengths. Handicap Trot.-Headlight I. 17 star ters. Winner 7 to 1. Pony Rice.-Sunday I, May Coil 2, Nowa 3. 8 starters. Winner 8 to I. Won by 3 lengths. Flying Handicap, 6 furlongs.-Portico I, Goonahra 2, Wiri Wiri 3. 7 starters. 6 to 4 Wiri Wiri, 3 to I Graftondale and Goonahra. Won by a length. The Standish Handicap y...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHEN SHE LEARNED SHE WAS PLAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 2 January 1915

WHEN SHE LEARNED SHE WAS PLAIN. A girl, plain of features, once ovG* hoard by chance a conversation tlJtr coursing'on her plainness. The words cut her to tho quick. Sho wont tf her mirror and realised that it oorro borated what sho heard. Kor days .-lis was crushed by the realisation; every spark of feminity in her was hurt. Shs believed that what soemed to lier to be an iualienablo right to please was for ever denied her. Initially she came to; she faced tlio fact. "I am plain," slip argued, "and I am worrying myself sick over the fact, and the worrying won't make.me any prettier, and it may make m uglier." She made up her mind hat if she could not charm by faoe >r pors.Mi she would learn to charm by .uind. manner and conversation. She deliberately sot out to learn the art nf b.-ing agreeable; to be charming. She aught herself not. to sacrifice principle, ?or curry favor to guiu notice, but oul ?.ivated the ability to bo a good lis uiier. Sho developed a sympathetic manner: she ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Victorian Outer Ports. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 2 January 1915

Victorian Outer Ports. The work connected with the scheme for the development of the Victorian outer ports is proceeding steadily. At, Portland the contractor for the widen ing and extension of the new pier, at a cost of £66,000, has arranged for the sup ply, within the Stale, of piles and other material required. It is expected that this scction of the work will be completed by about the middle of this year, i he engi neering branch of the Public Works De partment is preparing the details of the scheme for the next scction of the work, which consists of the construciion of a massive breakwater projecicd out from Battery point, in the form of a crescent. The large supplies of stone required are available in the vicinity, and H10 purchase of plant and provision of haulage facilities are receiving attention. ^ At Warrnambool a contract for the ex tension of the concrete breakwater, amount ing to £71,000. is in progress, and although adverse weather conditions cause stoppages occasiona...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WORN-OUT HORSES. SIDELIGHTS ON A SHOCKING TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 2 January 1915

NVOKN-OUT HORSES. ii;DELIGHTS ON A SUOCKINQ 'iUAl'l'MC. [At tho annual mooting of the Ado ?aido ^Society for tho i'revontion of \.'niolty to Animals, roforence \*as made to the traffic in worn-out horses, with which tho sooioty is endeavoring to COi>C. L-Li:; Excellency the Governor, who presided, drew attoiuion to photo graphs of emaciated and worn-out and neglected horses, displayed on'tho ivnlls uf the room of tho secretary (Mr. U'ljeary). This ho considered .was a most pathetic sight which evoked their deupcst sympathy. It reminded him of a paper concerning tho worn-out liorso traffic, whioh reads as follows: - "For many years numerous complaints lmvo leached tho S.l'.C.A. from all classes of tho community concerning tho worn-out, omaciated, and docropit conditon of tho horses in tho saloyards. The complaints havo beon proved to bo only too truo, and the condition of tho horses has beon proved to bo in many cases duo entirely to ignorance and thoughtlessness. Every sale day h...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Original Correspondence. [It must be distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] DAY OF HUMILIATION AND PRAYER. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 2 January 1915

Original Correspondence. [It must be distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents,] DAY OF HUMILIATION AND PRAYER. To THE liDITOIt, Sir,-The first Sunday of the New Year is to be observed throughout the churchcs of the Empire as a day of special prayer and humiliation. This decision lias been come to by the authorities of the various churchcs in view of the present situation, and has the per sonal approval and support of the King. A day of humiliation docs not mean we arc ashamed of the present war. In that matter we have a good consciencc, and believe we can ask God's blessing on our armies fighting for the weak and oppressed against military ambition. We should not deserve the title of Christian nation if we had been content to forget promises and tear up treaties. Nevertheless surely God has something to leach our Empire as well as the Ger man Empire in this time of suffering when "the whole creation groancth and tra vailet...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sunday Corner. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 2 January 1915

Sunday Corner. BY " R.vniATOu." l'\>r mo, to need tolling that wo are Chrittians, is n sign (lint wo are far from what wo should bo. For ovcry look at self, take ton at Christ. David Livingstone said that tho promise of Christ was the word of a purfoct gentleman. In Christian woik nothing is of any value or permanence, useful to man, or pleasing to liod, in which the Holy Spirit is not lirat. When wo have peace with God, tho curso is exchanged for blessing ; dis tance for presence the husks of swino for the fatted calf; tho past is for ever utidor the blood ; above us is tho clear heaven of God's love. Evory net of our life should emit sweet faagrance towards God. Sin is something more than .-that .of which our conscience convicts us. There never was n time when God did not love. There is tuoro sin in' us than any of know. If we think wo have passed a day without conscious siri, wo have only to wait till an intenser light is flashed on our motives and intentions-for fire light to...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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General Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 2 January 1915

General Summary. Twenty-three million acres of land in France are forest. Entries for tlie Port Fairy races on Satur day next close to-day. Two forged ten shilling notes have reached the Treasury. Shallow men believe in luck ; strong men in cause and effect. At Broome there arc two thousand colored pearl divers destitute. He who hates to raise a sweat is not likely to raise much of a crop. Mr. Manifold, M.P., has donated yet another £500 to the patriotic fund. With this issue subscribers will receive the "Sentinel" sheet calendar for 1915. All aliens on the east coast of Scotland have been ordered to go 30 miles inland. The rainfall as registered at the Koroit post office for Dccembor was 198 points. A pedlar's fair, held by the Warrnambool P.L C. last week, resulted in a profit of £31. On Monday morning a big haul uf salmon trout was effeoied at Armstrong's Bay, Killarney. Port Campbell and Peterborough houses have been taxed to their utmost with visi tors this Christmas. Potato cr...

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 — 2 January 1915

WlSL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS. The Latest Designs now open Tor inspection. CALL AND SEE THEM OR WRITE FOR PATTERNS. P. F. HARPER, \ «^s»L_iHlouse and Sign Painter-^ [Estabushkb 15 YEARS.] TO PERSONS ABOUT TO BUILD. BEFORE CALLING ELSEWHERE CALL UPON OR WRITE TC SIMMONDS & HAIN, TIMBER MERCHANTS AM) CONTRACTORS, KOEOIT, And pot ttaolr Prices for all Kinds of Building: TCatorial. Palings, Posts, and Kails, and all kinds of Builder's Ironmongery. Timbor Gutter Tiles Sheet Lead Hinges Galvanised Iron Pine Weatherboards T. and G. Pine Spouting Grates Mouldings Kidging Locks Doors Bricks Glass Sashes Hoof Nails Piping Mantelpieces Lime Stoves Drain Pipes Weights Putty Oils and Lead Wire Nails Comont ESTIfflRTES JP DESISTS PREPARED RT SHORTEST NOTICE, FREE. W mm BICYCLES. BICYCLES. We have built and supplied nearly 1000 "TURNER" BIC\ CLES to dolivt-r His Majesty's M ii.ls throughout Victoria, and all the other Commonwealth States....This should interest) you for our "TURNER...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 2 January 1915

Koroit Weekly Sale. (THURSDAY, JANUARY 7 O? OKI EN BROS. wil Sell by 1'ubllo AJ Auction on above date, when hoy will odor OATTLE. SHEEP. 1'IGci. HORSES. SUNDRIES; Speoial Buyer for strong, well-grown STORES in attondanoo Warrnambool Corporation Yards. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY G. 07 O RIEN BROS, will Soil by Public JD Auotion, nt tho Corporation Yards, on tho abovo dnto tho following OATTLE: i SHEEP. HORSES SUNDRIES. TUESDAY, JANUARY 5. PAT & STORE PIGS. Koroit Weekly Sale. THURSDAY, JANUARY 7. MURCH, TAYLOR & BEAL (through their Auctioneer, H. G. Wilson) will hold their Weekly Sale of Stock at their Koroit Yards ou the above date, when they Will oiler CATTLE. SHEEP FIGS. HORSES. SUNDRIES. Warrnambool Corporation Vards. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6. Cattle and Shoop. MURCH, TAYLOR & BEAL (through their auctioneer, H. G. Wilson) will hold their Weekly Sale of Sheep and Cattle in the Corporation Yards on abovo date, when they will offer CATTLE. SHEEP. HORSES. SUNDRIES TUESDAY...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 2 January 1915

Furniture for the Cottage or the Mansion. Only first-class workmen em ployed- afcso-nv Factor.};, One trial will convince you of the superiority of our goods. GIVE US THAT TRIAL. E. B. PHILLIPS, LIEBIG STREET WMlftMMBOOL BOBEBT PIT©] E^IO1 Fi("rX irSi ^ r^ir\ &1 lOl&l i TIMBER KBECHAHTi HIGH STREET, INVITES INSPECTION OF HIS STOCK 01' Hardwood, Hurdles, Cement, Droppers, Gates, Troughs, Pickets,' Palings, Red Gum, Softwood, . Iron, Etc. Call and Inspect,/ 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-The Cheapest machines ARE SOLD BY A LOCAL FIRM. PRICES: £3 10s. TO £9 15s. Long Guarantee. EASY TEfiMS, TMted and Found THE BEST. I& use all over the Commonwealth. WARD-1 The Comfort of Thousands of Housewives. They save more money and do more work with less labor than any other machines on the market, baJ you can't wear them out. Ward Bros. Sell them. Write for Illus...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE Koroit Sentinel AND Tower Hill Advocate PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAT SATURDAY MORNING JANUARY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 2 January 1915

THE Horoii dentine! AND* ftau'cv §uU gjuhwntc. PUBLISHED BVKRT S&TCS&AT SATURDAY MORNINO JANUARY 2. The Now Your.-The closing months of 1814 developed in Australia one of the most disastrous droughts which have overtaken it, while on the conti nent of Europe what will go down as tho most terrible war iu the world's history broke out. Tho drought, we may hope, has broken up, and with its disappearance we may look forward with some amount of confidence for a return to years of plenty and prosperity. On the othor hand, it is to be feared the ond of tho war is not yet. It shows no sign of abatement. Still, wo must believe that it must come to an end, and that when it does the world will ba the better for it, A new era of peace will follow, and a more thorough brotherhood will be established among tho people. The war, as far as the peace-loving nations are concorned, is carried out with all the humanity and generosity possible in the dire condi tions that exist, and solel...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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DRYING OFF COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 2 January 1915

DRYING OFF COWS Thoro is a gonur.il agreement aa to tho desirability of allowing a cow a period of rest] by drying off tho milk during tlio closing days of gostoiiou, but the0question is: For how long? Within ronBon, Uio cow should bo milk ed as soon aa possiblo, and ("ipeeially is this itho case with young'- heifers, This IB called inculcating tho milking habit, and 'ha best experienco goes to show that as tho cow is treated ono yoar, aha expects to bo treated again.: Further, the dairy farmer noods to get tho greatest! amount of profit in the loaBfc possible time, and at tho minimum cost. A rest from milk ing is, of course for tho benefit of tho cow, and of tho yiold after calving, in tho case of a poor milker, there is 110 difficulty about fixing tho period during which sho should bo dry, as sho simply goes dry herself, generally too soon for hor ownor, and Bomo will tako as much as threo months' rost, or only yield in response to generoUB foeding a quantity of milk that does not...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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OINTMENT FOR CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 2 January 1915

OINTMENT FOR CATTLE. A correspondent asks for a recipe for \a homc-mado ointment for healing wounds in cattle. In reply, nn Inspector of Stock states iliat to mako up an ointmeDt it would ho accessary to us© either lard or vase line as a basin, and to four ounoes of either of these add ono ounce of tur pentine and one ounce of eucalyptus oil This well mixed together makes a use ful ointment for wounds. All wounds should always be well washed with soap and water, or wator with a little lysol added. To measure tho ingredients, a tablespoon can ho used, as when full of liquid it holds about n;i ounce. About six times tho same bulk would repre^ »nt four ounoes of lard. Happiness is a lovely flower, and i> fen only be brought to by *arefui cultivation^

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Western District Trains. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 2 January 1915

Western District Trains. In the Legislative Assembly Inst week the member for Port Fairy (Mr. fl. S. Bailey) said Aa Ihe representative of a rich agricultu ral district, I could not allow (his oppor tunity to pass without raising my voice in protest against the proposafof the Govern ment to increase freights and /ares on the railways. The people in my district are principally potato and onion growers. In order to get their produce to the Melbourne market, it costs them a little over 10s per ion, which is a great tax indeed. If the Government, at this juncture, goes in for an increaso in the freight, it will mean that a great number of pcopiein my district will give up cultivation, and go in for dairying. The policy of the Government should be to get people settled on the land, and give every encouragement to the cultivation of the land. Under present conditions, the man who goes on to a /arm and cultivates the land, and puts his produce on the rail ways, pays for the hundreds ot mil...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 2 January 1915

You Should be Determined in rejecting thu worthless and frequently injurious counterfoils which aro somotimos . pushed for tho Bake of greater gain as u just as «ood,v as thoGKNUINK SANDER AND SONS' PUKE VOMTIM5 EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Bo not deceived I SAN DER'S EXTRACT is recognised by tho highest medioa) authorities as possessing miiqu'e stimulating, healing, aud mUiseptio tjow'ere, Tho prpbqratiop of SAty ITER'S yXTRACT from tho puro 6olectpd loavoa, and thu rofinoment by special processes givo it curativo virtueB, peculiarly its own. Therefore, bo not misled. Demand and insist upon tho GENUINE SANDIER EX* TRACT, and you will derive tho benefit that thousands have derived from it boforo. When ill you should not depress yoursolf moro hy thy common, bulky and nauseating cucalytua oils, and eo called " Extracts." What you wantie quality aud reliability in small,doses, and this you oan only find in SANDER'S EXTRACT. Woods' Groat Peppermint Cure, For Coughs and Colds, uover fails, lafld C...

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