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DRAFTING PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 2 January 1915

DRAFTING PIGS. "Every season wo have to crato ft good many pigc* for transport,"* n ooiv impendent wntos, "and wo used to havo a groat deal of trouble in getting tho pig wo wautod from tho loading lots into tho smallor pons, and from thoro into tho orato. Often it was necessary to drivo tho pigs around tho yard $ovoral times, until, perhaps, B<>nio ono of tho numbor was over heat ed or injured. Now, instead of hav ing a lot of trouble, wo use a device consisting of throe short gates hinged togother. Wo use strong door hjnges, and throe of them to oacli joint. Tho hingo should bo secured to tho cleats rather than tho panels of tho seotions. This allows each section to fold over on to tho centre picco when not in uso. Ono section is 4ft. long, while lite other two are Gft. long. In fold ing the sections together tho short one is folded in first. This allows tho long ono to layj next to it. Tho total Jengtn is 10ft. At first This may seem a littla short, hut we havo tried...

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

How War Affects Aus tralians Abroad. " Australians and Now Zoalandors in London aro divided into two olasses : tlioso who oomo and go, and tlioso who come and stay-If they can." So writos a London correspondent of " Evory lady's Journal" in the. January nurnhor of tlmt magazinp, just issued. The writer goes on to explain how both olasses were struck by the bombshell of war, and how they met tho crisis. " Tlio most serious losses of tho first class," the writer says, " woro of strayed luggngo nnd missed opportunities of sight-seeing ; their gravest anxieties were about suspended letters of credit and dolayod passages homo. " But what of tho other clasB ? To all of them it meant roduction, to somo it spelt) collapse, toothers it looked like starvation. Yet with all London 'knocked sidoways,' as tho cocknoy says, by tho shock of tho war, no ono returned to the normal more quickly than the Australians. Actors turned policemen, musicians became trQckmcn, artists drove ambulance motors, a...

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

Bowling. Had a bomb dropped into the town - thero could scarcely have been raoro excitement) nmong members of tho Koroit Bowling Club than was caused one morning during the holidays by a cattle raid at the bowling green. The niiws spread quickly, and there was a rush to the greon to ascertain tho ox tent of tho damage. It appoars that) the contractors had on tho previous day partially completed the goto from High street. It had been placed in position ami hold tlioro by a couplo of boards nailed across. By some means this temporary protection was removed and roving cows found their way in side tho onclosuto. Portunatoly tlioy wero content) to browso along tho ap proaches to tho groon, which they wero doing whon discovered. A closer inspection of tho green, however) showed that it had been tam pered with, as about a dozon narrow depressions, some foot) long, and nearly semi-circular in shape, had been cut into it, fcJeniur-Constablo Matthews and others who visited tho placo ex presse...

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

THE WAR. Przomysl is oxjiootod iD Petrogrnd to Ml la eonsequoncn of (ho disastrous repulao of tho Aualrians who failed to cross tlio Carpathians, It lifts boi'ii learner! from trust worthy oourcps that during tlireo weeks' fighting uliing tho linos of tho Upper nnd Lower Vistula nnd of tlio Hnwkn and Nidn ltivere, in Russian Poland, nnd nlgo in G.dioia, tho Aiistro Gorman losses in killed, wounded, nnd missing roachod n total of 300,000 men. This IJI equal to neat |y onnfourtli of tho forces, totalling 0im million nnd n qitnrtor mon, which tlio onomy lmd on giiR.'d along thoao linos, Tho latest report, of tho Belgian Com mission inquiring into tho treatment "f tlio Allies by the German troops givos long lists of outrages, suoli as tho butchomig of a French officer of hiRh posilion, and of priests, of members of Hod Cross sociotic?, tho burning oljvo of wounded soldiers, tlio burvinff of civilians alive, and tho massacring and torturing of children. , A. Petrograd monaago declares th...

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

Summer Feed for Cattle. Mr. Alfred Skilbock, of High Btreoi', Koroir, has obtained highly satisfac tory results from a small plot of lu cerne of tlia broad-leaf HuntBr River variety, this boiug generally recog nised as the most suitable kind for this district. Wonderment 1ms often boen expressed that fanners hero do not go in moro for lucerne growing, and the reaBon sometimes advanced is that too much labor is involved in cutting the crop. At present tho plot referred to presents a pleasing picture, having grown two feot in ihirty days. Mr, Skilbock uses ono of the now patent self regulating sprays, which throws tho water in a circle 15 yards in dia meter. Mr. P. Noonan, of Kirkstall, also recently installed a similar outfit, nnd is now using it on white oats and inai/.e. For tho benefit of nnyone contemplating growing lucerno or in terested m tho spriy, Mr. Skilbeck will bo pleased to show them his In come plot, and giro any information required. The " Warrnambool Standard" soys -"...

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

Local Produce Market. Potatoes .-The market opened for the week at £7 5s per ton on Monday morn* ing, and a fall of 5s took place that day, and a simi'ar fall on Tuesday. On Wed nesday morning the price was £6 15s, and before the day closed £6 was reached. On Thursday business commenced at £5 10s, and at the close of operations for the year £5 was the ruling rate. Deliveries have been steadily increasing, but stocks arc almost cleaned right up, On Wed nesday about 700 bags were stacked 011 the platform at Crossley, and nearly all of these were got away the following day. The sample has been very satisfactory throughout. Onions arc quoted at £10 per ton, but so far the business done is scarcely worth mentioning. Barley.-Samples have been submitted, but as yet no business has been done. The yield in the immediate vicinity of Koroit, .and around Yangery and Illowa has, so far, quite come up to expectations, and runs from 40 to 60s bushels per acre, but on the survey the return is much ...

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

Current Topics. Included in Lcitch's programme for next week is another of Pathe's excellent nature studies, the film 011 this occasion being entitled "Bird Life in Springtime." No synopsis available to indicate as to what character the production will take, but judged on the usual standard it may be cxpected as being right to high water mark. " Shocking Bad Form" is a comedy dealing with electricity, the fluid attacking everybody within convenient distance, with disastrous results to all. It is one of the noted Davis efforts. "Dolly of the Dailies" will be found more than usually interesting. She was left last week about to return to the town where she raised such a storm about her ears in starting out on her literary career by writing " The Perfect Truth." Her appearance in this week's number of her experiences is called "The Last Assignment," and in James Malone, the business editor, who ha: ap peared so prominently m all her vicissi tudes, will appear again in a capacity which w...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sunday Corner. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 9 January 1915

Sunday Cor 13V " RADIATOK." Too many arc eager for the Holy Ghost, that they may be able to make a name, or gather I an audience; but God is not likely to give us his river of j throne-water to turn the mill wheels of personal ambition. In every heart there is a deep conviction of the necessity of an atonement. We are always living in the very midst of God's presence and power. The full blaze of the Divine glory is tempered to our gaze ; it comes to us through the medium of the pierced hand. On Calvary, a niche was hol lowed in which a world of sinners may take shelter. Unconsciousness of goodness is always a main clement in the highest forms of goodness. In the church and the world there is a work for each of us to do, there is a berth for each will ing worker, if only the will and way of God are diligently sought and followed. Directly people become con scious of tlieir superiority to others, and boast of it, it is certain that they have never really seen the beauty of God's holin...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH DAIRYING? [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 9 January 1915

JVHAT'S THE MATTER 'WITH DA TRYING? # An exchange asks tho above que*?' fcion and starts ofi with the statement that the dairy business no longer pay* and farmers must abandon it. Among tho causes of no prolit, it enumer ates the high prices of land. high cost of help and all grain food, and too ion prices for the products. Now, th« truth is, with some dairymen dairying does pay a fair pt'oiit, but with o'i^ers it is a losing proposition. AVith the men who make it pay, laud, help, ar«i coat of feed is just as high as with tho others. There is no diiforenoo jn these conditions. 13ut if .wo coino to look in a little closer, .wo tind u big diilorenco. Tho successful inon aro keeping cows enough per acre to make i.ho mix ed capita] pay what it ought. They are keeping a class oi oows that yield a good margin of profit. (3). They are producing the kind of orups that good cows can tako and turn out & prolitable return from them. When the proportion of cows to acres is one to eight,...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local Produce Market. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 9 January 1915

Local Produce Market. Potatoes.-Although the market opened at £5 after the holidays it did not remain long at that figure, aod a drop of £1 was experienced od Tuesday. Deliveries have , been good, aud the quality is first-class.; The market in npw firm at £4 per ton. Onions.-A few have come in since tho holidays, and the ruliog quotation at pre sent is ;£9 per tou. Birlty.-No bueinosa has yet been dooc. Malsters appear io be holding off as long as they possibly can, and etato that thoy are getting a largo coneignment from the Argen tine. From 5s to 6s 6d per bushel is being offered by merchants. Chaff. - The Farmers1 Cooperative' | Society on Thursday eold 100 tons to a I New 6oath Wales buyer at £6 10s per ton I qq trucks at the Koroic railway itttioo.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOMAN CONDEMNS SMOKING. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 9 January 1915

WOMAN CONDEMNS SMOKING. "1 havon't much patieiiee with tin people who objcct to smoking, becausi it is i unladylike. ' (says a Londoi writer.) 4 4 Cycling for women wai * unladylike* not very long ago; ho ivar tho wearing of tailorniado coats anc skirts! For a good many years, tin 'nice girl' never waltzed. She onlj danced polkas, quadrilles, and so on. aud left waltziug to the kind of poo pie who did bunny hugs and turkej trots a Reason or two back. "What vol call 'unladylike' really depends veri much on the year in which you wen born." The writer then goes on to state her real reason for disliking smoking because when strong men wish to g«M into the pink of condition-boxers, loot bailers, and forth-they nearly alway) give up smoking. 4'Well, I think they ought to know what they are doing. I think that o habit whichr, eonfessely, doesn't help to build up the organism of a football champion is more than likely to do downright harm to the infinitely more delicate structure of a woman...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Koroit Borough Council. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 9 January 1915

Koroit Borough Council. WKDNESDAY, JANUARY G. Tho usual monthly meeting of tbo above was bolt) on Wednesday evonint!, when thero wore prosenb-Tho mayor (Cr. Downoy), and Crs. Stoveuson, Glncson, Uuffus, and Wilkinson. An apology was received from Cr, Skilbeck. COKRKsrONDENCK. From tho secretary Department) of Public Works referring to unemploy ment and asking municipalities bs far as possiblo to assist! in alleviating tho distross existing at tho prosent timo owing to the war and tho drought. Tho chairman said tho prosont would bo a good time to continue tho work of making a crossing to tho island if tho council thought it> dosirablo. Ho had spoken to Mr. Scott aboub tho matter and ho did nob appear to be favorablo. -Tho town clerk said tho cost of tho work dono was £60. Of this amounti the Governmenb contributed £10, and tbo council £20. From tho Central Tolephono Ex change, Melbourne, ro the conditions upon which a telephone could bo estab lished between bho electric power hous...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAFFEUR'S "JOY RIDES." [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 9 January 1915

CHAFFEUR'S "JO? Rtt)£S.w A chauffeur's "joy rides'* with girl In his employer's motor-car wore d© scribed at West London recently, whei Stauley Krnest Wood pleaded guilty t« stealing 30 gallons of petrol belonging to bis employer, Mr, Last Smith. Whei arrested, Wood was stated to have sai^ -"I am sorry. I have made up inj mind to go .straight. 1 know 1 serve* him very dirty. Mr. Last Smith is th» best master 1 ever had. I dou't suppost I shall iiud another like hiiu.M Counsel for the prosecution said thai Wood had been treated by Mr. Las' Smith with extraordinary forbearanci and kindness, lie had been consistent ly robbing his omployor of petrol, whici he obtained on Mr. Last Smith 'b air count from a garage, aud luul used thi petrol in indulging in ''joy rides." Evi dence could be called, it* necessary, said counsel, to prove that Wood gave for a payment of 5s. lessons ia motor-driving in his employer's car to another man, that ho had often driven in the ear to aieot a girl, whom h...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Koroit to Macarthur Railway. THE PROPOSAL REVIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 9 January 1915

Koroit to Macarthur Rail way. THE PROPOSAL REVIVED. About twenty-five years ago a survey of the country between Koroit and Macnr thur was made with a view to tlic con struction of a railway line between those places. The route mapped out runs in a north-westerly direction, through Tarronc, Moyne, and Dunniorc properties, and embraces much first-class agricultural and dairying land which would give good returns if railway facilities were provided for the handling of produce. The Mac artliur-Port Fairy project is at present under consideration, and the wonder is that the Koroit people have not awakened earlier to the possibilities of the local route, and the fact that it is an immensely belter proposition financially than the other one. We understand that while the pro posed line from Port Fairy occupies nearly 40 miles, the one already surveyed from Koroit to Macarthur takes only 25 miles. This would have an important bearing on construction cost, and on the ultimate question of a pa...

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 — 9 January 1915

WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS Tho Latest Designs now open * for inspection. CALL AND SEE THEM OR WRITE FOR PATTERNS. P. F. HARPER, House and Sign Painter *6* [ESTABLISHED 15 YKARS.] TO PERSONS ABOUT TO BUILD' BEFORE CALLING ELSEWHERE CALL UPON OR WRITE TC SIMMONDS & HAIN, TIMSES MESCHMTS Mi) CONTMCTO&S, KGROIT, And erot tholr PricoB for all Kinds of Building: Material. Palings, Posts, and Rails, and all kinds of Builder's Ironmongery. Timber Hinges T. and G. Pine Mouldings Doors Sashes Mantelpieces Drain Pipes Oils and Lead Gutter Tiles Galvanised Iron Spouting Ridging Bricks Roof Nails Lime Weights Wire Nails Sheet Lead Pine Weatherboards Grates Locks Glass Piping Stoves Putty Cement ESTIJT1HTES BHD DESIGNS PREPARED 0T SHORTEST NOTICE, FREE. BICYCLES. V BICYCLES. URNKR BICYCLES, BICYCLES. We have built) and supplied nearly 1000 "TURNER" BICYCLES to deliver His Majesty's M £.13 throughout! Victoria, und all the other Commonwealth States....This should interes...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Port Fairy Races. TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 9 January 1915

Port Fairy Races. TO-DAY. Appended are the weights for the above races, to be held this afternoon : Hurdle Race: Emerald Dale, 11.7; Black Flag, 10.5; Kyluna, 9.11; Major Eight, 9.9; J.D.G., Lord Fvans, y.5; Dis card, 9.3; Calyx, 9.0. Trial Handicap: Plum Pie, 9.0, Bright Kirk, 8.12; Spinlad, 8.11; Coirnought, 8.7; Cudgee, Draw Thread, Joy Bells, 8.4; Brave Oak, 7.7 ; Miss Sirat, 7.0. Port Fairy Handicap: Major Eight, g.o; Wiridgil, 8.8; Discard, 8.0; Coronation Day, 7.12; Emerald Dale, Calyx, 7.8; F.T., 7-0. Flying Handicap: Ochre, 9.7 ; Major Eight, g.o; Wiridgil, 8.9; Plum Pie, Bright Kirk, Spinlad, 8.6; Coirnought, 8.0; Coronation Day, Cudgee, Draw Thread, 7.9; Me Smith, 7.5; Brave Oak, 7.3; Miss Sirat, 6.9. Handicap Hack Race: Illowa, 9.9 ; Lola Kirk, 9.0; Draw Thread, Joy Bells, 8.12 j F.T., Glenmore, 8.10; Lady Arden, 8.9; Me Smith; Vocal Queen, 8.7; Circu lar, 8.3; Clean Graft, Lylock, 8.0. A. G. BENDALL, Handicapper.

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 — 9 January 1915

KIRILST/iZ-L COACH FACTORY. Sueeossors to Mr. W. H. Thomas) GoacUDuiltfers & Wheelwrights. Vehicles Built to Order, Re paired, Painted &. Trimmed. Vehicles left lor Repnir Covored by IiiBiirunue. HOUSES CAREFULLY AND NEATLY SHOD, IMPLEMENTS THOROUGHLY RE PAIRED. MOTOR CARS RENOVATED All Work dune under the Personal Supervision of the Proprietors. A. Trial Solicited. TAILORING BUSINESS. R. P. GARTLAN wishes to inform thu 1V1 resident of Kornib and Surrounding Dintrlcts that he Imh trtlcon over tho liuHi nesn iormorly conducted in Commercial Road, Koroit, by tho Juto John Olcnry, and io prepared to executo all ordora cntrustod , to him in a manner that cannot fail to givo ! satisfaction rogarding Material, Stylo, and ! Workmanship. A continuance of tho support aecordcd to Mr; Cloary is solicited. TAILOR AND OUTFITTER KOROIT. WILLIAM -AHiDLIE, E. Xi. AEDLIi:, BARRISTKRS AND SOLICITORS, WARRNAMBOOL, And COMMERCIAL ROAD, KOROIT. Atlondunuo at Koroit evory Thursday for con...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Koroit Waterworks Trust. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 9 January 1915

Koroit Waterworks Trust. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY C. Tlio usual monthly uiootiue of tho ntiovo was hold on Wcdnosday ovcn ing. Prosent-Coins. Downey (in tho ohnir), Spring, Wilkinson, SteTouson, Duffus nnd Uleeson. ItKl'OKTS. Tho iiiBpootor roportod a plontiful aupplyof watar during Decoiubor, whon 1,140,000 gallons were puuipod, of which tho railways consumed 410,000 gallons. Tho quantity pnmpod during 1911 was 13,320,000 gallons. It was advisable that attention bo givon to tho motors nb tho publio gardens nnd Victoria Park. INOUUASING Till: SUPPLY. Tho chairman said ho had visitod tho souico of supply with tho engineor. Mr. Scott) considored that boforo con verting Dick spring nnother flow of water nbouti a chain from tho main spring should bo cleaned out and tested. This was done, nnd ib was found to run about 2J gallons per minuto. Thin was cquully as strong as tho spring at the west, and could be connected at n cost of under £10. Tho estimnted coBt of connecting the other spring was ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Experimental Potato Plots. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 9 January 1915

Experimental Potato Plots. The Government potato plots at Leon gatlia arc now well worth inspecting, as there are a number of practical and valu able experiments in progress. The most important is that devoted to the seed test. Mature and immature seed, grown under exactly similar conditions, are being tested side by side. Half an acre of each from a crop of Up-to-Date, grown and selected by Mr. J. G. Outhwaite, at Stony Creek, twelve miles away, has been planted. The immature tubers were lifted early in May, about a month before the crop was bagged. The other seed was taken from the same paddock when tile hulk was dug. Before being planted the whole of the seed was dipped for an hour and a half in a mixture of one ounce of corrosive sub limate to six gallons of water. The dis tance between the rows is from twenty eight to thirty inches, and the sets are eighteen inches apart. Fourteen hundred weight of round seed were used to the acre. The fertiliser consisted of 2cwt. superphospha...

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 — 9 January 1915

Koroit Weekly Sale. (THURSDAY, JANUARY 14. (TV Iff ?ROS. wil Soli by Publio -*r* Auction on abovo date, when ttioy will offer OATTLE. 6 Prime Cowa, from Killarnoy *1 Prime Cows, (rotn Warroag £> Choico Dairy Cows 1G Store Cows in pood condition _ " . SHEEP. «0 Primo Crossbred Ewea .10 Primo Crossbred Kwos, 2-tooths 30 Primo Crossbred Lambs 150 Comobnek Wothers, in fair condition PIGd. HORSES. SUNDRIES. o-nffT . ^Uy°c ,oc ntrong, woll-grown oxORKS in attendance Warrn&mbool Corporation "STards. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 13. O? DBIEN BROS, will Sell by Public Auotion, at tho Corporation yards, on tho abovo dato tho following CATTLE: 6 Primo Cows from Grasmero 6 Prime Cows from Rosebnnk 10 Fleshy Cowq from Yangory SHEEP. SO Prime Crossbred Ewes 20 Primo Crossbred Ewos, heavy weights 15 primo Lambs ^ HOUSES SUNDRIES. TUESDAY, JANUARY 12. FAT & STORE PIGS. Koroit Weekly Sale. THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, MURCH, TAYLOR & BEAL (through their Auctioneer, H. G. Wilson) will hold ...

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