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Mureb, Taylor and Beal report:— Thursday, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 23 January 1915
! Mttrcb, Taylor and Bual report Thursday, January 21. Wo had good yardings of cnttlo aud ehoep I and a short supply of pigs forward for sale \ to-day. There was a brisk demand for both , cattle and eheop, and pigs wcro nob in dc> I mand except at low rates. Wo (junto prime cowa £6 to £7 lGs, medium quality do. £5 to £5 7a Gd, forward storo cows £4 to £4 15a, young store cows £2 10a to £3 12a Gd, 2-year-old heifers £2 to £2 7a Gd, yoarliniz do. 18* to 24a, 2-year-old stocra A'3 IGa, fat bulla £7 10a, priino ewes his to 10s Gd, do. lambs 13s to 15s, atoro wethors IOs to lia 0d| do. lambs 8a Gd to 9a 9d. Forward store pigs 27s to 35s, slips 13a to 10a Udt enckora to 0a. Wo eflectod ualeo for Mosara. Kovan Bros., J. F. Duffua, F. Davis, Thoa. Smith, Miaa O'Connor, F. Trigg, L. Warhurton, J. Glee* son. 13. Johnatono, Geo. Bartlott, Geo. Carter, C. ICelaon, Wm. Mitchem, Choa. Brown, M.Carroll, and L. Angus at above quotations.
Stock Markets. KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 23 January 1915
Stock Markets. K0K01T. O'Brien Bros, report. Thursday* January 21, Pigs.-65 panned. A fair demand, bub prices were lower than of late. We sold 53 for Messrs. Thomas Dentins 18s 9d, and 25s Od, Michael Ryan 2« Od, Thomas Coffey 31s, Williiun Fulton 17s, William Puton 11a, Miehuol O'Donohue 9s Gd, Jumos Casoy 2a (Jii, Charles Dunne 8b Od, Mrs. P. King 7s 6d. QuotationsWoll grown stores 25s (id to 31e, slips 11a to 18a 9d, amallor sorts 2s Od to 9s Od. Sheop.-71\ ponncd. Competition was very spirited throughout, all pena readily disposed of, and we cleared the whole yard ing for Mesnra. W. G. Bauleh prime esvus I7o 7d, small crossbred lambs 8s Od, Charles Kelson orosabrod weaners 12s, lie Oil, and 9s 8d, and Lincoln rams 31o, 25^, and 2!Js, Mrs. McMahon crossbred lambs 12s 3d, ami aged owes in low condition 5s 3d, John Toogood shorn luinbs 8s 3d, and 2-tooth ewes and wethers 12a, J. Toogood 2-tooth wethers 10s (id, croasbrcd owes 0a Gd, crossbred lambs lis Gd, Michael Lenehau crossbrcd...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 23 January 1915
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JOINT MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 23 January 1915
JOINT MEETING, A joinb meeting of players and com mittee, held the following evening, was presided over by Mr. J. L. Paton. The attendance was satisfactory, con sidering tho counter attractions. The chairman enumerated what had been done the previous evening, and said if bandsmeu were willing to carry on tho committeo would do everything to assisb tlieui. Mr. R. O'Noill said tho idea of hav ing a baud committee and a town com mittoo was a good one. Thai) courso was followed by other districb bands, and worked well, lit would bo a wise thing to have joint meetings monthly, when the town members could be kept) in touch with the doings of the band. Ab Worrnambool a rule was in force disqualifying players who missed three consecutive practices. There would be no difficulty in getting eighteen players who would take a live interest in the band, and he considered it would goon alright. Ib was resolved thab tho committee appointed from the players should meat next Tuesday and select the 18...
General Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 23 January 1915
General Summary. The Colac Dairying Co. paid away £11,768 for December. The price of beef in Queensland has been increased by ljd. per lb. The Queensland patriotic funds now aggregate about £1112,000. There is a good deal of sickness ill Cam" perdown and district just at present. In the Maitland colliery district there is a beer strike becausc the price of beer has gone up. A profit of £700 was made on the year's work by the Murrumbidgee pastoral and agricultural association. Although large, the onion crops in the Cororooku, Alvie, and Warrion districts are affected in many oases with worms. Large numbers of sheep are passing through Willaura. Grass is growing well, and a good supply of feed is ensured. Since 1st January, about 450 young men have registered at Bendigo and enlisted as members of the Australian Expeditionary Forces. Earl Roberts left all estate of £77,304, the whole of which, except bequests to servants, is bequeathed to his widow and daughters. In one of the Melbourn...
The War—Will we Win. LECTURE BY MR. CHRIS. MUDD. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 23 January 1915
The War-Will we Win. LECTURE BY MR. CHRIS. MUDD. A large audinnco listonnd with rapt attention to tho lecture dnliveri'd by Mr. C. Mudd, F L.S., K.R.Ob, on Wednesday evening in tho Koroit Methodist Ohurch. The lecture was under the auspices of tho Methodist Homo Mission, nnd tho Rov. J, Bar ninghnm presided. At tho outset Mr. Mudd related somn of bis own experiences in a humorous vein, referring more particu larly to his work as a botanist). Ono of tho greatest blessings that would corno out of the war was that it would bo proved that the British Tommy Atkins had not degenerated, but) was as good qb ever before, nnd 1000 of them wero as good as 4000 Gormnns. There was only one thing that could improve human nature, and thab was the lovo of Jesus Christ-not science, culturo, or knowledge. Ho asked his hearers to go back with him '100 years, before the British Empire was born. Spain was then the master of the world, and prospered, but unfor tunately they adopted the diabolical motto, ...
Racing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 23 January 1915
Racing Notes. By "Flcinington." An item ot soiiio interest as bearing on the Autumn camjmijjii is tlio report that. Averse in giving her trainer somo anxiety.), Tho Kugliah bred mure has m>t done much iif the way of work in the Inst week or two and tliiw ia right* lv or wronglv taken as a si«n of weak mw. It is'to b&lt;» UOJMMI that the trouulo if any is not a serious one. Averao is n very smart inaro ami, safely through her jiropnration, s)>e would htivo to bo rwRoncil with in the Autumn s^riutfy hut. with rumours to her detriment in ciroulat ion, it might be as well to await developments before accepting ii"v liability in lier bclialf, in connec tion witli future engagements. Thick mid thin followers (it: I/Ord C.rev will have to Itilte a trip to Tas mania if thev wish to keep track oC him. This gay deceiver is booked to cross the Straits, evidently with a view to the liobart. Cup. l.oril Orey has not been badly handicapped in this race, and as lie'will linvo the ser...
Local Produce Market. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 23 January 1915
Local Produce Market. Potatoes.-Business has been very quiet all the week, in fact there has been prac tically no market at all until Thursday. On that day £2 per ton was offered, but only a few loads came to hand. The quotation yesterday was £2 5s. Onions.-Prime bulbs are quoted at £7 per ton. Deliveries so far have been light, but as many growers are now bag ging an (ncreatfad biplnegs js expeptpd to be done next week. |}ar|ey.-Susjne'§s has been brisk in barley during the week, and 3 l^rge uuan tlty changed hands at from gs to 5s 6d per bushel. The sample is decent through out. Oats.-The market continues firm, lip to 4s 8d being paid for prime quality. Hay.-An improved tone prevails in l|)is rifarket, ijp to £5 IPs haying been paid this yeelf.' With reference to the increase In the price of bread announced by Adelaide bakers, the Chief Secretary has asket) the Prices Regulation Uommitsion 39 to whe ther there is any necessity for the advancei
THE ART OF GROWING TALL. YOU MAY EASILY INCREASE YOUR HEIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 23 January 1915
THE ART OF GROWING TALL. YOU MAY EASILY INCREASE YOUR HEIGHT. Not a littlo envy must havo been croated in tho muds of those who lack j stature, ami who aspires to greater ' physical height than that whk which nature has ondowed tlicui, by tho recent announcement ill the press that there is a mail living who can add several iuehees to his height in tho course oj a few minutos. Suoh extraordinary crowing powers &lt;aro, of course, uuiauo; but at tlio sarao timo, it is possible, without artificial aids, but by merely indulging in certain exercises, to add appreciably to oiio's height, even after ivWt is known th© ''stop growing'* period lias been passed. It should 'bo mentioned, however, that exercises aro scarcely likely to be beneificial after ouo has passed thirty years of ago, for at that time, the bones and cartilages havo boon so thoroughly matured that it is praotic ally impossible to afleot them. The following exercise, however, is ofuv indulged in by army iuen, and if ...
Koroit Brass Band. RE-ORGANISATION DECIDED UPON. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 23 January 1915
Koroit Brass Band. REORGANISATION DECIDED UPON., Meetings held during the week with the intention of re-forming the above institution wore of a successful nature, and id is expected that as a result the band will be placed upon a permanent footing. The committee met on Tuesday even ing, when there were present-Messrs. G. H. Matters (in tho chair), Jos. DufTus, Howell, M. Russell, J. L. PatoD, and J. G. Siinmonds (lion sec retary). Mr. Simmonds stated that requests had been made for the services of the band at the Travelling Kitchen Fete organised by tho A.W.N. League, and it was thought a good opportunity of again starting the band. A band of 15 or 1G who would attond practice regularly was better than 25 when a large proportion did nob attond. Mr. Paton moved that tlio committee recommend to next evening's meeting that five old members of tho band be appointed a committee to re-construct the band, and than it be limited to eighteen members for the present. Seconded by Mr. Howell an...
OINTMENT FOR CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 23 January 1915
OINTMENT FOR CATTLE. 'A correspondent asks for a recipe for a home-made ointment for healing wounds in cattle. In reply, an Inspector of Stock states that to make up an ointment it would ho necessary to use either lard or vase line sis a basis, and to four ounocs of either of thcae add ono ounce of tur pentine and ono ounco of oucalyptus oil This well mixed together makes a use ful ointment for wounds. All wounds tdiould always be well washed with soap and water, or water with a little lyso! added. To measure the ingredients, a tablespoon can bo used, as when full of liquid it holds about an ounco. About Eix times tho same bulk would repre eent four ounoee of lard. Happiness is a lovely Eowor, &&&lt;£ i« fen only bo brought to perfectica by torafol cultivation^
Bowling. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 23 January 1915
Bowling. The pennant matches wore re-oom ninnood on Saturday, when Oamper powo mot iCoroit on tho local groen. Cnmperdown was up on evoryriDk but) one, losing this by one game, nnd won by 43 gomes, tho total scores bping Onmpordown 127, Koroit 8&lt;t. Follow ing tiro the details :-No. 1 rink-J. Porter, U. McDonald, F. Stevens nnd W. Boyle beat J. J. Manning, F MoVioar, VV. Treganowan, and E. E. Pearson (o.), 31-28 No. 2-0 Mar shall, A. C. Mickle, M, Dolierty, and J. Jackson (c ) boat P. Phelan, J. J. Barnes, J. Xi. Paton and J. Kerin (c), 42-20. No. 3-0. Davis, A. F. Trewartha, W. Dnbb and H. C. Ingln lon (e.) beat W. Brennan, G. Howell, J. Oflicor and W. IC. Peters (e.), 32 13. No. 4-G. Blaikio, A. C M'Qualter, ('. Wright and C. M'Cahe (c) lost to G. H. Matters, S. Mackie, R. Paton and W. J. Stevenson (c.), 22-23. The following tablo shows the posi tion of tho clubs engaged in the Wes tern District competition : Played, Won. Lost. Warrnambool ... 6 5 1 Campcrdown ... 4 3 1 ...
DRYING OFF COWS [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 January 1915
I*" DRYING OFF COWS Thcsro is a general agreement m to tho desirability of allowing oow ft period of rest! by drying oil the milk during; the closing daya of gcs!aii«)n, but wiPf>^U0S^ou ,h: -k°r '1mv W*itliiu reason, tho cow should be milk f*d as soon as possible, and ^.ipccialljp is this (tho capo with .young heifers. This is called inculcating the milking habit, and tho best oxporieuoo goes to show that as tho cow is treated one year, fiho oxp&lt;?ct« to bo treated again. Furthor, tho dairy fanner needs to got tho greatest' amount- of profit in ilio least possible time, and at tho minimum cost, A re.si- from milk ing is, of course for 'tho benefit of tho cow, and of tho yield after calving, in the capo of a poor milker, there is no difficulty about fixing tho period during which sho should ho di;v, as tho flimplv gooa dry herself, generally 4oo soon lor her owner, and Pome will take as much as throe months' rest-, or only yield in response to generous feeding a quantit...
Sunday Corner. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 January 1915
Sunday Corner. BY " KAIIIATOU." Why should noli oaoh Christian family become » missionary society, sending some of its members forth in tlio name of the i'esl>, who should bind themselves solemnly to " hold the ropes," mid thus obey the Muster's parting couiuiission, " Go yo into all tho world, and preach tho gospol to every creature." Kncli of us musb give nil account of himself to God. Wn have a charge to keep, a soui to save, and a God to glorify. liach day comes to us fresh from God, liko eott metal, waitiug to be stamped with our 'inscription ; or, like a piece of yielding clay, to be moulded iuto some shape of beauty or use. Wo are our brothers' keepers, liable at any moment to bo CRlled upon to give an account of how tliey..fare ; and we cnnnoti rid ourselves of this respon sibility by annual donations or sub scriptions to charitable or missionary institutions. How many d»ys in our life have been made void ; days in which we have learned no new lesson of God, hare had do a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 January 1915
WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS. Tho Latest Dosipus now open for inspection. CALL AND SEE THEM OR WRITE FOR PATTERNS. _ P. F. HARPER, ^w-House and Sign Fainter [ESTABLISHED 15 YEAKS.] TO PERSONS ABOUT TO BUILD. BEFORE CALLING ELSEWHERE CALL lirON OR WRITE TC SIMMONDS & HAIN, TIMSES MERCHANTS AND CONTS-ACTOfiS, KOROIT, And grot their Priooa for all Kinds of Sulldlng; Material. I'alings, 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 Shoet Lead Pine Weatherboards Grates Locks Glass Piping f Stoves Putty Cement ESTIHIHTES PHD DESIGNS PREPARED HT SHORTEST NOTICE, FREE. BICYCLES. W BICYCLES. URffiR BICYCLES. BICYCLES. We have built and supplied nearly 1000 "TURNER" BICYCLES to deliver Ilis Majesty's M 2.1a throughout Victoria, nud all the other Commonwealth States....This should interes...
Koroit Petty Sessions. FRIDAY, 29th JANUARY. (Before Messrs. Stevenson and Crawford, J.'sP) [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 January 1915
Koroit Petty Sessions. I'RIDAv, 29th JANUARY. (Before Messrs. Stevenson and Crawford, J.'sP.) Murch, Taylor and Beal v. G. II. Gar dener, claim for £10 IS 6d. Mr. G. S. Mackay appeared for plaintiffs. Order for amount claimed, with £l 8s costs. DISPUTED LIME. Martin Gardiner v. Patrick Wall, claim for £l lis 9d, for a ton of lime. Mr. Tate appeared for plaintiff and Mr. Dunne for defendant, Martin Gardiner Rave evidence that lie ordered a truck of lime from Saunders and Co., and it arrived at Crossley. He told defendant it had arrived too late and defendant said if Gardiner would shake out the lime he (Wall) would take it and pay for it. His (plaintiff's) lime was the onlv lime in the truck at Crossley when Wall carted it away. Had to pay for the lime as the firm pushed him Martin Kelly heard the conversation with Wall and had been summoned as a witness but the summons had not been served. Patrick Wall said that he agreed to take the lime and pay for it if plaintiff shook it out for...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 January 1915
Why Should Womou SufTorV Old time logic accepted it as a matter of cold fact that women were made to suffer froin girlgood to the grave. What a monstrous doctrine. A hook dealing with the matter of pain and suffering as affecting womenfolk, and which tells how thousands have been restored by a simple home treatment to permanent health after years of pain, will be sent free to anyone who cuts out this advt. and sends it to Dept. A. 50, LADIES' COLLEGE OK HEALTH, Phair's Buildings, 327 Collins Street, Melbourne. Ladies visit ing the city are cordially invited to call and chat over health matters with the manageress. MOTOR GAR FOR HIRE. NKVV 30 li.p. lUJSSlOLL CAlt, Five, avuiluble diiy or night. Coin peloul Driver. W. JENItlNSON, VICTORIA HOTKL, KOUOIT. TUnno 21. TAILORING BUSINESS. MR. l\ (JAKTLAN \viahc« lo inform Umj ruotduntu uf Koroil urnl BurroutuUni', | Diulrid-u llml tiu has taken over the Hinu iictB formerly conducted in Commercial | Uoful, Koroit, l»y the Into John Clcary, a...
Melbourne Pig Market. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 January 1915
Melbourne Pig Market. Adamson, Strcltle and Co., 396 Bourfce St.V> Melbourne, report this week's pig market as follows: 2027 yarded. Stores.-Tho demand for boat for ward sorts was good, but secondary sorts woro again Yery dull. Best bacon stores 32s to 38s, seconds from 25s, slips from lGs, BUckors 12a to 15s. Porkers.-Good quality pigs were scarce, and consequently the market was very firm, and prices higher. In ferior, however, were not much better than last week. Prime heavy 'lis to 48s, extra to 513, prime medium from 38s to 12s, prime light 30s to 3Gs. Baconora.-A smaller numbei than last week woro pennod, and a number of iuforior pigs woro included. All prime piga were in keen demand at higher prices, but half fat and inferior sorts woro very hard to sell at much lower prices. Prime hoary 80s to 87s, a few choice lots to 02s, primo medium 726 to 78s, prime light G6s to C9s, half fat and inferior from 18i). Backfatters.-A light supply, espe cially in heavy weights, and dc-ma...
WARRNAMBOOL, [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 January 1915
WARRNAMBOOL, O'Brien Bros. report: Tuesday, January 26. Piga.-377 penned, of which 110 wore atorea. A bribk demand for all primo piga at prices slightly in advance of late ruling rates.' Stores show no alterntiou from last roport. Wo sold 105 for Mosars C. H. Tulloh 77s, exoro F. L. Olio 803, 56a, and 3l)s, J, O'Connor 039, H. Reilly 77a, John Hinkley 81a Gd, John Gorman 75a Gd, W» Horn 75* Gd, W. Waikor 53a fid, John Lenchan 58a, Lou. Drake 76a, Con. Conway 489 6d, A. H. Clarke *109, and atores for Messrs J. Mills IGo Gd, 18a 6d and 8a, D. Gieeoou 6s and 9a, D.'Gorman (is (id and 17a 6d, and quote-Primo bacon piga £3 16s to £4 4a, extra to £4 10a 0d, good pons £3 8a to £3 12a Gel, light weights £2 15a to £3 3u, medium £2 to £2 10a, boat stores 28s to 338 6d, wull-growu sorts 22s to 25o, ulips 10s to 15s, smaller aorta 3a to 8s, aud back* futtora £3 10a to £4 Ga, Wodnueday. Shuop.-1,200 penned. Primo ahcep met i with a good demand throughout, but othor : claaaoa were slightly .easie...
THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 January 1915
THE WAR. Tiuiidly approaching their goal, ad vauoed parties of Turks havo fired on British patrols aloug tlio backs of (he Suez Canal. It is thought probablo that tha army invading Egypt will adranco along throo routes, supported by a light line of railway built by Germans. Roumania has borrowed £5,000,000 from the Bank of England. Persisting in their attacks en uiasse, the Germans have paid dearly in lives in Western Belgium and Northern Franco. It is stated that Houmania has in formed the Bulgarian government that her military preparations aru not directed against Bulgaria. It is added that Uoumania will nob be ready to take thu lield before March. A Oermsu prisoner states tliab tho German airmen mistook the Blucher for a British vessel, and dropped bombs among tbe crew as they were struggling in the water.