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Koroit to Macarthur Railway. CONSIDERED BY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 16 January 1915

Koroit to Macarthur Railway. CONSIDERED BY COUNCIL. A speoial mooting of the Koroit Borough Council was hold on Wed nesday ovnoing to further coD.iidor tho propositi to agitato for a railway lino from Koroit to Macarthur. Tho Mayor (Cr. Downey) presided, and Crs. Duffus, Stevenson, Simmonda, Wilkinaoo, 1'. Bourko and Glooson were oIBO present. An apology wn9 rocoived from Cr. M. Bourke, nnd Or. Skilbeck was absent owing to illness. Tho Mayor said tho first business was to consider whether it would bo advisable to link up Macnrthur with tho railway system by connecting at Port Fairy or at Koroit. Owing to tbo small attendance at) last Council mooting tho matter was deferred until that ovouing. Ho had no furthor in formation to put, beforo tbom, but thought it would bo wise to ondeavor to hnvo tho lino constructod from Koroit. Thcro was a possibility of tho Port Fairy lino not . boin^' carried out, or the Standing Uommittno might think tho Koroib routo moro favorablo. Councillors coul...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DRAFTING PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 23 January 1915

DRAFTING PIGS. "Every season wo havo to crat* ft good many pig.y for transport," « oi,r* impendent- wnUvn, "and wo used to luivo a groat deal of 1 rouble ill jotting tho pig wo wanted from tho loeding lots into tlio smaller pons, mid from thoro tulo tho ornlo. Often it was necessary to drivo tho pigs around tho yard sovoral times, until, perhaps, gome ono of tlio number was over heat ed or injured. Now, instead of hav ing a lot of trouble, wo uso a device consisting of thro© short gates hinged together. Wo uso strong door lunges, and throo of them to each joint. Tho hinge should bo secured to tho cleats lather than tho paueJs of the .sections. This allows each section to fold ovor on to tho eentro pieco when not in use. Ono sqoiion is «Jft. long, whilo tho other two are Oft. long. Jn fold ing tho KeetioJis together tho short oho is folded in fyst. This allows tho long ono to lnjj next to it. Tho total length is 10ft. At fu*»t mis may seein a littlj short, but wo have tried different...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"THERE'S A REASON. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 23 January 1915

"THERE'S A REASON. Extract from a young lady's letter. \fcniro: "Last night I lay in a goudola ia tho Grand Canal, drinking it all in Hud life norer "eoiued su full before"

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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READY FOR IT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 23 January 1915

HEADY FOR IT. Having n pressing engagement xcilli ^ood client, nil oil merchant was oblig mI to leave his offieo in sola charge oi i scrubwoman. "Now., iny good woman," ho said, indicating t'nu _ telejihfino, "whon you hear the bell ring attached to tliat lit is box, just go t-o tjio tubo dud slioul Hollo 1 Who are you P" and wait for a rejjJy. Tilt aipreh/ii^t bqd been gone about Vilr an hoij'r'wjien tbi3 tsleplionp bell . iinjj furiously. Tho woman rusjied .) tho tubo, shouted out tbo nooessarj ?i'.iery, and put tho receiver to her oar. "1'ffl Pobsou. from Harlem," cams fiiisu'or. "OQt- of oil for you, :fi<l wish to fiona it on nt onco. Be -eo'ly to receive it." Presently tho merchant returned, . is<l, 10 his amazement, saw tho woman :M!<Iing fln empty buckot under tho el .'phone tubo. "what <»n earth are you doing y/ilh .hat pail W ho ashed. "Well, i»ir,she replied, "as soon as \'t:u was gone a man shouted through lie tuho that l)o was ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WAKES-WEEK THRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 23 January 1915

V WAKES-WEEK THRIFT. 'To" return' "spont-up"-that is one if Lancashire's littlo humours. Go away wliero you chocso, do ovorything, seo everything, grudge' nothing, laugh all,' the timo, and eomo back "spcnt tip." That is tlio Lnncasli.ro holiday ?piiit. Improvement? No. They mvo car-marked a sum especially for uilidays, saving it week by week the (jug year through, and oa holidays i; ?lioulil bo spent. Tlio cotton-worker who does not spend his holiday money >s looked upon as soniothing of a cur .nudgcon. They say that a man who 'wiima bllio 'is wakes brass would borrow money from you to put i' th° ^miik." It is^a oaroless, jolly spirit :at)>or than improvidence. Tlio ioss u" oaidoor frcodum which mill-life on ails carries this compensation; it adds i zest to a woek's freedom snoh aa \'W other holiday-makers can know. Vnd how well tlu',s:i fo'.k do holidays! fiaiightcr, chuff, mischief, all tho day, ilI_;ho week through. A"d iljonoy as i lucre incident in existence-in its iglit...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AMOUNT OF LIMESTONE TO APPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 23 January 1915

AMOUNT OF LIMESTONE TO APPLY. Tli^ amount of limestone to use pOT aero varies. When soil is noid it re quires up to as high as from 2i to 3 tons per aero to correct the acidity. Soils of limestone origin do not re quire as much lime, as a rule, as soils lacking originally in this clement. Or inary dressings-are from half a ton to BO cwt. p;»r aero. It can bo said, however, that even limestone soils that lu'.vo been cropped lor a good many years often rcquiro some limestone to orrect acidi'y, beoauso tlwe is a ten dency for lime to learli away from the tipper portion . of tho soil. ^ The best elhod of applying lime is by tho nso of the fertiliser drill and after plough lug. Tho time is applied after plough ing for tho'. reason that there is e tendency for it to i leach through th« upper', portion of the furrow, and ir doing this corrects the aoid of the soil.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Melbourne Pig Market. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 23 January 1915

Melbourne Pig Market. 2-100 yarded. Stores.-A largo number were for ward this week, including a lob of small rough sorts, which were very hard to dispose of at low prices. Best from 32s to 38s, seconds from 25B, small and inferior from lis. Porkers-A full supply, and pricos decidedly lowor. Prime heavy 42s to i 46a, extra to 49s, prime medium from 36s to 40s, prime light from 28s to 349, saiall anil inferior were bought) by tho local feeders at store prices. Bacooera.-There was a larger yard ing forward, and competition was vory keen for best futility pigs, but half fat and inferior met a very dragging sale at lower price.?. Prime light 65a to 60s, prime mpdium weights 71s to 77s, prime heavy 79s to 83s, odd pens of extra nice quality handy weights mak ing up to 89s Gd, half fat and inferior from 55s. Backfatters.-This class was also fully represented, and although the sale closed firm, prices righb through wero inclined to ease a little. Extra heavy prime sows £G to £8 10s, prime w...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Constipation. OVERCOME BY DR MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 23 January 1915

Constipation. OVERCOME BY DR MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. "I was troubled with that complaint, Constipation," writes Mrs Isabella Taylor, of Ebdcn street, East Ballarat, Victoria, "which proved the bauo of my existence, and not unlike many other folks, tried several restoratives in vain-at least that proved my cxperienco aiter trying them I received no permanent relief until I had taken a few doses of Dr Morse's Indian Hoot Pills, when to my creat satisfaction and surprise I became suddenly well again, and I have no hesitation iu writing Indian Root Pills area perfect medicine for genuine relief to all sufferers aiHictcd as I was. I recommend them to my friends everywhere, aud have no objection to your using this testimony." A shark measuring ten feet in length was caught at) Beaumaris in water only four feet deep. During the aftemoou a number of children were bathiug uear the spot where the shark was caught. Seismograph records taken io Italy show that there have been fourteen shocks...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Koroit Picnic Races. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 23 January 1915

Koroit Picnic Races. The followjng are the handioaps for the above races, 10 be ri)p thjs aflernoon MAIDEN HACK RACK, Five furlongs, Weight, list. VV. Moran's Wambigal J- Mahoney's Clean Graft H. J. Kelly's Anna Kirk T. Cartpody's yopal Queen J. O'Kee/e's Miss Sir.it A. II. Bence's Ducmic .7. Kockc's Lady Killeen M. Scott's Court Martial A. Lindsay's Marillia W. Wright's Lylocfc P. M'Veigli'o Graft Bank NOVELTY PONY HACK, Four furlongs. W. Rogers's Phylos acr. 8 7 yds. bhd. A. Dunne's Daisy Bell ... 10 8 7 W.'T. Stqcey's fjaiiipson ..; lp 0 j J. Parkinson's Phylli3 ... 10 12 10 G, Atchison's Gay {/ad ... 20 8 7 J. Hardy's Lady Beware 20 8 7 G, B. Williams' Dowry ... 30 8 7 L. Kelly's Piccolo .,, SO 10 0 J. Rock's Lady Killeen ... SO 10 10 R. K. Fitzgerald's Lady Arden 30 12 0 KOROXT PICNIC CUP. Seven furlongs. E. Bourke's Vodskl ... ... 11 10 J. Mahony's Bright Kirk... ... 11 5 J. Cleeve's Ochre ... ... 11 3 W. Moran's Boortkoi ..< ... 0 0 J. Burris' Lord Fyans ... ... 0 ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Sunday Corner. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 23 January 1915

Sunday Corner. Bv " RADIATOK." '.If yo forgive nob men their tres passes, noithor will your Father forgivo your trespasses," Yet> tliore nro hun dreds of Christ's professing followers who ore at feud with their relatives or fellow members. Tho thought of God should ring out in our lives, as a perpetual chime, Tho perpetual consciousness of God becomes tho source of holy and happy living. In the courso of daily duty stop and remember God ; thus you will livo in his fear and lovo nil tho day long. Those that ascend the hill of tho Lord must havo clean hands and a pure heart. Sin is forgiven by God.^but it should not bo forgotten by us. Could our tears for ever flow, they could not bring God's pardon into our souls. That is secured by tho offering of our substitute on Calvary. Wo must shine ns lights in tho world; wc must dispel the darkness, and guide wanderers through tho murky night). What wo lost in tho first Adam, wo have uioru than regained in tho ecoond. For innocence, wo lia...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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DISTRICT NEWS. KILLARNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 23 January 1915

DISTRICT NEWS. KILLARNEY. Owing to the onion crop in (he Tower Hill district being below the average of other seasons, both in yield am! sample, due to the dry season, a representative meeting of growers aud merchants was held at the Uarleton hotel, Killarnoy, on Monday evening for the purpose of discus sing the present system of onion grading. Cr. D. Lane presided. Several speakers expressed their views with regard to re ducing the size of the grading rings of 1} inch, as at present used by the Agricultural Department. After a lengthy discussion, the following motion was carried unanimously 1" That this meeting is of opinion that for the sea* son 1015 the diameter of the grading ring be rcduccd from 1J inch to 1& inch, with a 10 per oent. allowance." It was also decided that the above reso lution be forwarded to the Minister for Agriculturo through the member for the district (Mr. Bailey, M.L A.), and that he be asked to use his inNuence to have the alteration carried into ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 23 January 1915

WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS. The Latest Designs now open for inspection. WALL PAPERS. OALL AND SEE THEM OR WRITE FOR PATTERNS. P. F. HARPER, and Sign Painter_ [ESTABLISHED 15 YEARS.] TO PERSONS ABOUT TO BUILD. BEFORE CALLING ELSEWHERE CALL UPON OR WRITE TC SIMMONDS & HAIN, TIMBER MERCHANTS AND C0NTSACTO&S, KOROIT, And grot their Prioos for all Kinds of Building Material. Palings, Posts, and Kails, 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 Pino Weatherboards Grates Locks Glass Piping Stoves Putty Cement ESTlfllHTES JP DESIGNS PflEPHHED flT SHORTEST JiOTICE, FREE. BICYCLES, W BICYCLES. URNER BICYCLES. BICYCLES. Wo have built and supplied nearly 1000 "TURNER" BICYCLES to deliver His Majesty's M £.ls throughout Victoria, aud all the other Commonwealth States....This should interest you for...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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PORT FAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 23 January 1915

PORT FAIRY. The Australian paper mills have obtained a small bundle of marram grass to experi ment in paper making. The Port Fairy racing club lias accepted the odcr o[ £15 for the right to the publi can's booth at the next raccs, to be held on Saturday, 27th February; It was stated that the secretary had succeeded in increas ing the number of members from 62 to 7 J, and ill the profit of £47 shown over the last raco meeting, it was explained that no proportion ol the money received or to be paid for members tickcts bad been included in this splendid financial outcome, Mr. liaird, the owner of Drawthread, complained to the V.R.U. committee that the complaint of his jockey about another jockey for interference was not properly dealt with by tho stewards of the Port Fairy Racing Club. It is hard to under stand wh«t Mr. Baird is driving at. The race was the last one of the day, and as no complaint was anticipated some of the stewards left the course immediately the horses came back to ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Murch, Taylor and Beal report— Tuesday, Jauunry 19. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 23 January 1915

Murch, Taylor and Buul i-oport Tuesday, Jauunry 19. | Pigs.-The murkot showed a much firmer tono than last week's, aud prices for prime pigs wero a few shillings par head higher. Thero was aleo a bottor demand for medium quality pigs, bub backward stores woro dull owiug to the scarcity of feed, Tho supply numbered 362 head, of which 150 were Btorea, lSxtra prime baconora brought from SQs 6d to 88s 6d, prima baconers from 76s to 85s, lighter weights 70s to 72s, medium quality pigs 503 to 60a, forward stores 30s to 38s, seconds 12s to 20B, suckers Is to 3s. We sold 01 head for Messrs. Thon, Drako at 83s, T. Fleming SOs (3d, Jas. Buolmnau 80s, \V. Thoims 80s lM, John Norman 85a, Michael Noontin 87a Gd, John Wilkinson 1 88s, (top prico of the market for pon of baconorfl), W. Bell 85s Od, Jas. Lynch 77s Od, Jas. Begloy 74a, 80a, and 70s Od, L. 1 Keating 80s 6d, and stores for J. Noonan at 50o, l'\ Fostor (is Od. Wednesday. Shcop,-Tho yarding consisted of 600 head, and all forward mot wit...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 23 January 1915

THE WAR. Conflicting reports have been received in London regarding the type of aircraft which made the raid on Norfolk on Tues day night. Some reports declare that the enemy vessels were Zeppelins, others affirm that they were aeroplanes. The authorities at Yarmouth are positive that the aircraft involved in the visit were aeroplanes, and it is generally believed in the affected area that it was the smaller type of vessel, owing to the small explo sives used. Several homes were demolished at King's Lynn, where four bombs wore dropped, and twenty-five families were rendered homeless. A soldier who was wounded at Yar mouth has since died. When the officials at Cromor, a favorite watering place on the north coast, heard of the raid, they promptly extinguished all lights, and in consequence no bombs were dropped there. Reuter's correspondent at Cairo states that the training of the Australian und New Zealand troops is proceeding satis factorily, and that officers and men are making ver...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WARRNAMBOOL. Tuesday, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 23 January 1915

WARRNAMBOOL. Tuesday, January 19. O'Brien Bros, roport: Pigs,-352 penned, of which 160 were stores. A brisk demand for all prime quality pigs at prices quite on a par with last week's improved rales. Stores aro dull, and no change can bo expected in rates now ruling for somo considerable time. Wo sold 101 for Messrs Daniel Casey £3 12s aud £2 3a Gd, 12. E. Smith £3 9s, John Jones £2 18st J, J Gloeson £3 12s Gd, Kin near Bros. £4 Gs, Kiely Bros. £4 5s, Mrs. Dalian £3 8a 6tl, James Dwyer £3 12s, P. Carroll senr. £2 lis Gd, Kinnuar Bros. £3 8s, James Paton £4 5a Gd, Iixors. John Hickey £4 4s, Jer Mahony £4 7s, J. Gapes £4 2s and £3 10a Gd, F. Dalton £2 7« Gd, John Ryan £2 5a, Uartiu M'Mahon £3 4s, R. Dixon £3 14s, J. G. Brown £4, Mrs. Ryan £4 4st Lon Drake £4 2s and £4 3a Gd, J. M'Leod £2 8s Gd, aud stores for Messrs John Ryan 9s aud 15s Gd, and MrB, James Bowman 25s, and quote-Prima bacon pigs £4 to £4 8s Gd, good do, £3 10s to £3 18s Gd, light weights £3 3s to £3 9s, medium £2 5s to ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 23 January 1915

Koroit Weekly Sale. (THURSDAY, January SS. O' KBIEN ?R0S- ,vil So" by Public it Auotion on nbovo dato, when tlioy will offer CATTLE. 8 Prime Cow*, from Killarncy r £flrVe ^ow®» froro VVarroag 5 Choico Springing Cows 3 Extra Primo Heavy Bullocks 15 Young Cattle SHEEP. 40 Prime Crossbred Ewos nod Wethors r Wothore, in good ordor *y{ Crossbred Lambs, well grown .-JJ /-. ^ 8°°d conditon lot) Croaabrce Ewes, 4 yrs, iu good odrur VX06. , Buy« for strong, woll-grown oiURhS In attondiiuco Warrnambool Corporation v Yards. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 27. O' RRIEN BR0S' will Soil by Public Auction, at the Corporation Yards, on tho abovo date tlio following CATTLE: 6 Primo Cows from Yaugory 4 do do from Farnham 10 Forward Conditioned Cows SHEEP. 30 Primo Crossbred Wethers 15 do do Lambs HOKSES SUNDRIES. TUESDAY, JANUARY 26. FAT & STORE PIGS. Koroit Weekly Sale. THURSDAY, JANUARY* 28. MURCU, TAYLOR & BEAL (through their Auctioneer, H. 0. Wilson) will hold their Weekly Sale of Stock at the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 23 January 1915

furnitur: AT P: Furniture for the Cottage or the Mansion. : : Only first-class workmen em ployed at our Factory. One trial will convince you of the superiority of our goocis. GIYE US THAT TRIAL. E. B. PHILLIPS, LIEBIG STREET WASftMMfiOOL BOBEBT PATOH, TIMBER lYIKRCHaNT, HIGH STREET, y.' INVITES INSPECTION OF HIS STOCK 01)' Hardwood, Hurdles, Cement, Droppers, Gates, Troughs, Pickets, . i Palings, Red Gum, Softwood, Iron, Etc. Call andjnspec t, Before Purchasing Elsewhere Sole Agent for Koroit and District for Bates and Co.'s Open Ffre Stoves Law Union and Rock Insurance Co. The Eest-Thc Cheapest MACHINES ARB SOLD BY A LOCAL FIRM. PBICES > £3 10s. TO £9 15s. Lia t Guarantee. EASY TEBHS, Teitid and FoDttd THE BEST, li lit all DTtr tht Commonwealth. The Contort ot Thou«»»dj of Housswives. They save more money and do more work with ltsi labor than any other machines onthemarkit,*nd you can't wear them out, Ward Bros. WARD BROS ,j 38-38 Errel St., North Melbourne "Almost" Won't do. Yo...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE Roroit Sentinel AND Tower Fill Advecate. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING JANUARY 23. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 23 January 1915

THE AND 'ftomx $iU ^U'Ofatc PUBLISHED EVEB* SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING JANUARY 23. Current Topics. The annual picnic race meeting will be held on the Koroit course to-day under the supervision ol the officials of the Koroit Racing Club. Recent rains have made the going first-class. Entries for the various events arc sufficiently large to guarantee keen racing, and the pros pect of a pleasant afternoon on the well appointed racecourse is certain to attract a large gathering. The profits will be devoted towards the maintenance of the R.C. schools. A capital luncheon and afternoon tea service will be at the dis posal of patrons, and in all other depart ments the public svii) be well catered for. The first race is timed to start at 1.30 p.m. The day's festivities will conclude with the drama "Erin-Go-Bragh" by the Warrnambool C.Y.M.S., in the Mechanics' hall in the evening. The social organised by a number of energetic young people in aid of the Bel gian relief fund, duly came off on Wed...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 23 January 1915

DEATHS. MIDGLEY.-On the 22od January, at hor residence, Commercial Place. Mary Anno, relict of the late William Middle}', ftced 7S years. [The Funoral will leave at 2,30 p.m. (To-day) Saiurday for the Tower Hill Oomotory.] T. RUJXDELL & BON, Undertaken. JOHNSTON.-At Koroit, on 16th January Thomas Johnston. BRod 79 years. I T. RUNDELL & SON, Undertakers. DUNNE.-At Koroit, on the 19th January, William, beloved second eon of James | Dunne, aged 29 years. K.l.P. ] T. RUNDELL & SON, UndertakeT.

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