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Local Produce Market. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 13 February 1915

Local Produce Market. Potatoes.- Alter remaining at 10s lor a fortnight, a rise of 2s 6il per ton tout place oil Thursday. Merchants state that the reason for the advance is because there has been a greater demand for stock feed, farmers bagging big aod small together, and this has caused something of a scarcity in the others. Deliveries continue good. Onions.-Good bulbs of first grade qual ity are worth £8 5s per ton. Hay Is still lirm at £8 6s per ton. Chaff also continues firm, the quotation being £8 per ton. , Straw.-A great lot of pressed straw is still being sent away, and it looks as if there is going to be a serious shortage. Oaten straw is worth £'t 10s, and barley £3 per ton. Molasses Is being largely used for feeding purposes, being mixed with straw. Dcvonport (Tas.) Feb. 10. Quotations for potatoes are as follows : Plunketts £i Ca, redskins £4, Bisinarks, Browiiells and Commonwealths £3 10s to £3 10s, Pinkeyes Gs, Up-to-dates £2 15a. Mt. Qambicr, Feb. 10. New season's po...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Legalising the Totalisator [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 13 February 1915

Legalising the Totalisator At the Port Fairy Hospital commiUce meeting on Tuesday afternoon last, a com munication was read from the Castlemainc Benevolent Asylum, forwarding a resolu tion which asked for support in having the totalisator legalised in Victoria, condition* i ally on a percentage of the takings being i set apart for the benetit of Victorian chari- I ties. 1 Tho president Baid this matter had been adjourned from last meeting in the hope j that there would be a belter attendance, j i but the number present that afternoon was 1 1 smaller than previously. H had been made ! special business, so that absent members ; i could not complain if the question was now i dealt with. He moved iluit support be 1 given lo the proposal of the Castlemainc hospital. fc>ceomlcd by Mr. J. G. Gurry. ! The Rev. ,J. Baniingham moved-"Thai1 this hospital committee meeting enters its most emphatic protest against any acliou being taken to legalise the totalisator, on condition that a percent...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Racing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 13 February 1915

Racing Notes. By "FJemington." Al olio time it was huped that tho ir.tuf $into competition at tbo approach i"K Autumn racing campaign would bo .»\vWI tip to tho average, but it is now pj.ain tliut tho invading army will bo a comparatively small one thia time. As JiQtrovcr, it will include such talent ag Mountain Knight, Woorak and Carlita "dabs" will not bo lacking in tho visiting team even if it is below tho mark in mere numbers. it is ditlicult to say why so many owners from other State* have declined tbo Victoriau trip this season. So far ns tho »Sydnoy-sidera are concerned the proximity oC their own Autumn carni "vaJ may have something to do with it. Some very valuable prize-money is (i$ olt'ered the April programme at i'rt Handuiek, and this it seems has proved 0 ««flicient to keep nearly all the New I youth ya)es owners and trainers at .v home thia Autumn. j ;Vv *-*P *° writing, Woorak had not I reached Plomington, but by the time I these lines are converted into type, th&...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 13 February 1915

THE WAR. "Whilo tbo war »ew9 reveals lifctlo change in tho wost>, tliero bnvo beon lierco ongngemonts betweon Russia Y0: and the enemy. The Ruesinns nre making progress in Nortb-Westorn Poland, end in tbo ;> f Carpathians thoy bnvo repelled torrifio ,r,;, Gorman attacks. Regardless of loss of lifo, the Gonntins chargod up tho elopes. TJioy wore mown down by :/? 'artillery lire, ami Ibo survivors worn routed by the bayonet). Ground lias boon yielded by Russia in Bukovinn, but an Austrian com ' muniquo is pessimistic regarding tbo .?X* campaign in tbo Oarpntbians. : 1 Tbero «ro indications that both Bui garia nod Roumaaia may bo drawn .''£ into tho war. £$. Tbo Turks who made an attack on ^Vo tbo Snez Canal bad adaptable boats, 3. fitted with special silent oars. An important communication from 8% tbo Imperial authorities reached New & South Wales on Thursday. In this 1; communication it was suggested that W the Governmonb should seize tho stock ^ supply of tho Stain on ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ILLOWA. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 13 February 1915

ILLOWA. (From our own Correspondeut.) Business in tlio produce lino locally is the reverse of animated. In fact, anyone accustomod to visiting the local railway station at this poriod in past seasons would come to the conclusion thab tlio majority of the farmers of Illowa had volunteered for active ser vico. An occasional load ot onions and potatoes are being delivered, bub thero is a total absonce of the activity which characterised the station in years gone by. Contrary to oxppctations, both the potato and onion markets are dull, and buyers aro chary of operating to any extent. It is not the heavy yields in this locality of either of the crops referred to that hos brought about this etato of affairs, B3 the crops in general are extremely light). The onion crop appears to be affected with some form of osrly blight which had the effect of premature ripening, the result being a small sample. This is generil throughout tha whole of the district, and much difficulty will conse quently ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTRICT NEWS. KIRKSTALL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 13 February 1915

I DISTRICT NEWS. KIRKSTALL. Mr. OalJwoll, tho head master of tho local State School, loft tho district on Saturday lost. flo has boon trans ferred to tho stnff of tho Coburg High School, and will also be in attendance ati tho lectures at tho University. Mr. G. II. Davis*, of tho rnlioving stuff, is ab present in charge of tho school. Tho annual picnic ef tho ICirkstnll Stato School was held on "Terane Day" ab Port Fairy. Thn ohildron wero convoyed in drags, and # happy day was spent by ono nnd nil, in tho gardens and along the beaches. Tho school coinmittco had chnrgo of the arrangements, and should feel satisfied with tho satisfaction expressed on all nides for tlio enjoyable day. Dinner and ten was partaken of in the gar dens, justico being done to all the good things provided by tho ladies. After tan Mr. G. Hamilton, secretary of the school couimittop, miulc n presentation to Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell, tho former having boen transferred to the Coburg High School. Mr. Caldwell was pre...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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The Onion Crops. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 13 February 1915

The Onion Crops. 11 Usually growers arc inclined at this time of i he year to hold their onions (or a later market, but this practice they gener ally overdo, and lose by it. This year, however, they seem to me to be too ready to sell, as there will be a shortage com pared with recent years' supplies." Thus a leading Colac growor comments on the season and outlook. He added I am sorry to see that the growers are more inclined to sell than is usual with them at this time of the year. It may he because their dairying ban not given Ihcm the usual handsome returns, and their other crops mostly failed. For this season of the year buyers are holding back unusually. The large dealers who speculate, and who exported rather large quantities during the last couple of years, arec not so active this year. The onions they export outside the Commonwealth have to be packed in cases. Though there has been some casing this season, the exporters do not seem so ready to deal as they were last year. The...

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 — 20 February 1915

Vou Should be determined in rojectiug tho worthless aud frequently injurious counterfeits which aro Qomotimes pushed for tho sako of greater gain as " juat ae good" as thoGENUINE SANDER AND SONS' PUUB VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Bo not deceived I SAN» DEK'S EXTRACT is recognised by the highest medical authorities as possessing nniquo stimulating, healing, and antisoptic powerfl, The preparation of SANDER'S flXTRACT from tho puro selected loaves, and tho rofinoinont by apodal proceeecs give it curativo virtues, peculiarly its own. Thoroforo, bo not misled. Demand aud insist upon tho GENUINE SANDER EX TRACT, and you will derivo tho benefit that thousands havo derived from it boforo. When ill you should not deprsss yourself more hy tho common, bulky and nauseating cucnlytus oils, and so callod "Extracts. What you waut is quality and reliability in Bmall cloaca, and this you can only fiud in SANDER'S EXTRACT. Mr. H. L. Hobday has pleasure In an nouncing that he has taken over the prac t...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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State Schools Patriotic Efforts. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 20 February 1915

State Schools Patriotic Efforts. At Uio executive mooting of the State Sohool Patriotic Loague, bold on February 9th, tho lion, treasurer re ported tlio total amount received to dato to bo £11,017 83 5d. What a monumont this is to tl>e self-denying, patriotic activity of tbo youngsters and toacliors of tho Statos, and this will continue with inoroased viyor right through. 1915, To that date G80G5 articles, such as socks, gloves, nightingales, etc., had been received at tho depot at Montnguo, Melbourne. As tho worlc in this dircotion is in creasing onormonnly, toachers aro asked to encloso a list with oncli parcel, also forward a dnplicato list to tho secretary. At a special meeting of tho Victorian Eduoatiou Department's Patriotic League it was dooided to vote £3,000 to tlio Belgian Relief Fund through tho Agent Goneral for Victoria; £2000 for relief of distress in any other of the allied countries.' Tho latter sum will ba oxpnnded in ways thought best by tho Agenb Geuoral, Hon. ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Racing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 20 February 1915

Racing Notes. To day:: Futurity Stilus at (.'.itilliolc "S.II j.n;baps lio chieily int..:ostng fm tho rc::sr,;i that it nil I .verve lo .ti! r<i diic.o Fl-'-sli of Steel to the Ac :;';i!':in facias.. public. Tho impntivd hm.j! h;:r. been (loins gre,~. t things, siu'e hi: (u i'ivi'.l on the fracas at. O.ulih-ld, m:<l w.t'i-tho weights no lurch in his favor, lio?? in likely to Ivt-e;» the nppjvlvinii busy. Still even with, his 1 i^miinjiti-t, ha will ? liowl to bo j)of.:osscil of at lean some class to' pull'through, and wily pub lie. racing caii, provo ,'a horse's real quality. °.: ?' ft j\imtliui* -of tho lighlwiyghls in tin: .Futurity Stakes. well spoken n lis Hav orsLoelf, u son of old U'nkoi'iil. It is, however, diiiioult to believe thai a coll bred as lievorstock is; would lal:o so long to dovulop l'oyni. He is by .\lnls jtcr, ami this family is noted lor early cornels. Yet ]5avprslofJc bi llow in the. autumn of. liis second-season oil I'm Tnrt, and lias yel...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Original Correspondence. [It must be distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] THIS RECENT FETE. To THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 20 February 1915

Original Correspondence. [It must be distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] THIS UKCKNT FI5TI5. To Tim EDITOR. Sir,-On behalf of the Koroit branch A.W.N.L* kindly perniib mo epaco to thank members of tho Koroit United Friendly Societies for their vulunblo nBftistunco At the garden fete hold on tho 4th in&t by members of our league. Tho assistance given minimised greatly our expense and added to our successful effort, which has revised the entiflfuotmy ainouub of £252 12s Id (^ross). I also vvinli to qpccially thank'tho mayor (Or. Downoy), who per formed tho oponinp ccremony, tho Koroit band uud Irieh pipo baud, for their atten dance. nil ocnoroiiQ donors, and tho public generally for their nttonriaucc. - Yours, ate. M. E. LINDSAY, President.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE CAMP AT MENA [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 20 February 1915

THE CAMP AT MENA< A nativo journalist, Mr. Tewlik Habid, editor of.our contemporary, M Mist," hae sent tlio following account of a visit ho paid lant week to Iho Australian (roops at tho PyramidB, which ia thus translated A friend and I took tho tram from Ataba el-Khadrr on Sunday at- 3 p.m.; tho cars wcro so full of eoldiors that soma of them had to ait on tho roof. Tho journoy to tho Pyramids, whioh usually tokos an hour, w&b accompiishod in what eocmod to mo and my companion only a few minutes, so pleased wcro wo with the company of tho Austra* Han .' Tommy AtUinn,' who did not cetiao singing all tho way to our deHtinatiou. Close to Menu Honeo is tho racocourso, on both sideB of whioh a trapilino has boon made; tho road is lighted with arc»!ighto plucud on poIcSi On both sides of thu toad Unto have been pitched for tho soldiors, tho staff, interpreters, etc. Tho flrat of these tonto is for tho native interpreters, then como in order thoio of the staff, the stor...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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With the Expeditionary Force. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 20 February 1915

With the Expeditionary Force. Private Oswald Mills, of Kirkulall, wlio is willi the First Australian Imperial I'orco m Egypt, writes as follows under date Janu ary ith t- , .. On behalf of tlie other boys and myself I must express our appreciation o( your kindness in forwarding copies of the ' Sen tinel," and also in anticipation of further supplies. You can imagine how news from liouic appeals to us in ft place like this, where instead of moving about among our friends we must mingle with blacks, or rather Egyptian natives, who arc as crafty and as cunning in their efforts to get piastres as old Nick himself. That is the sole aim of the native. He tries by every possible means to sell you articles worth nothing and for no email price. Ihe first night I spent in the streets of Cairo I was confronted by a native who wanted to sell me a dozen colored post cards (or 10 piastres (2s.) I cut his price down to two piastres, mid then told him to " Imshi (Get out). The educated Egyptian is ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Koroit Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 20 February 1915

T Koroit Telephone Exchaug'e. As there have been several additions to the local telephone exchange recently, for the benefit of subscribers and the public vje give the list herewith. 1. Co-Op. Society 16. Rtmdell & Son 2. O'Brien Bros. ' 17. Railway Station 3. Murch & Taylor 18. J. A. Nayler .. 4. Coughlan & Watt If). N- Corson 5. Butter Factory's 20. J. J. Barnes Town Hall ? 21.M. J. Gleeson 6. Dr. Forsyth , 2'2. Dr. Littlewood 7. Morse and Co. . 23. W. H. Skilbeck 8.'"Koroit Sentinel"24. A. Skilbeck . 9. W. T. Brennan 25. R. Skilbeck; 10. Rev. J. Kerin 26. D. SprinR ,.; 11. Rev..C. J. Martin27.W.Leddin : 12. Saltan and Son 28. J. F. Dutfus . ? 13. GcldholT & Sons 29. 15. A, Tucker . 14. Dr. Goto- ? 30. l'olicc Station. 15. Thos. Baker

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Bowling. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 20 February 1915

Bowling. This afternoon, on the Koroit green, the Koroit and Port Fairy clubs will play a pennant match. Should Port Fairy, as expected, beat Koroit this afternoon, the question of the date for playing Camperdown the final game is likely to cause some trouble. Camperdown on Thursday intimated that they desired to play at Warrnambool on Saturday, 27th inst. as they could travel both ways on the Port Fairy race special train. Playing any other way they will have to travel by car or remain in Warrnambool over-gunday. As the Port Fairy Racing Club's meeting is on that date, and as several prominent players of the bowling club are officials of the racing club, they naturally object to leaving the club in the lurch. They point out that Port Fairy raised no objection to the heavy expense incurred in travelling to Camperdown last year to play the final game, it looks as if the association dele gates will have to have a meeting next week to decide the Ratter.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 20 February 1915

Personal. . Mr. J. J. Grogan, formerly of the Court House, Hotel, Koroit, has purchased the Bairnsdale Main Hotel and Theatre, free hold, for the sum of £7000. The sale was effected through Mr. J. T. O'Connor, whose record in connection with this pro perty is rather unique. In 1910 he sold the hotel and theatre to Mr. P. B. Dahlsen for £5200 and leased the property on ac count of the owner to Mrs. Faulkner. In April 1911, Mr. O'Connor sold the pro perty to Mr. Laurent (the lucky drawer of Tattersall's " Comedy King" sweep) on account of Mr. Dahlsen, the price being £6000. Meantime Mrs. Faulkner sold her lease to Mr. Grogan, who is now the owner as reported above. On Friday evening last an interesting event was celebrated at" Korongah Park," Moyne, the occasion being the anniversary of the silver jubilee of the marriage of Mr and Mrs George Faulkner, who, with their highly respected family, are held in the highest esteem by the whole of the people of the district. It was therefore no...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Stead's Review. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 20 February 1915

Stead's Review. Stead's Review makes a new dopar turo this month, appearing for (lu1 liriit tiroo iu a picture cover. This illustrates on article ou,tlii! burning question "Which ia lord of the sen ;submarino or 'dteadnoughtr ID shows n sub marine) beneath tlin water firing n tor pedo a fc (lie Iron Duke. Tho writer contends that the war 1ms demonstrated tliab the battle oruisor is . mistress-of tho ocean, but or» long the submarine niay wrost that supremacy from lior. Mr. Stead's " Catechisms on the War" lmvo proved so po| ullir that,' after skipping a few months, lie again gives much information in connection with the war in this way,'.answering no fewer than sixty pertinent questions about thc.number of battleships added to tho navies of the combatants, about tho, way in whitli America is helping tho allies with munitions of war, about the pay of soldiers, about Porsiu, Cyprus Egypt, and many other things. ' A notab|o feature of rccont numbers b»s been Frank H. Sitnonda' toview o...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Koroit Petty Sessions. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19. (Before Mr. E. Williams, P.M.) NON-VACCINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 20 February 1915

Koroit Petty Sessions. FIUDAY, FKPUUAHY 19. (UEFORO Mr. B. AVILLIIMIS, I'.M.) NON-VACCINATION. Lawronco Bourke was chnrgod with not> having his child vaccinated. Constablo Nolson said defendant ro fuai'd to have tlio child vacoinaled. Fined 30s. LICENSING I'ltOSKClITlONS. W. Leddin was charged with traffick ing in liquor in the Commercial Uolel, Koroib, 011 7th February. Patrick Kyan wns charged with beiDg on llio premises of Mm Commercial IIolol, Koroit, on Sunday, 7th Fobruary. Sub-Inspector ljrckman prosocutod, and Mr. D. Duuno dofonded both nc oused. Constable Nelson said on tho day named at a quarter to fivo ho wen& into tho hotel and found defendant) standing in tho pnssago. Ho said ho had come to see Leddiu to givo hitu a pup. Found a bicycle with a sugar bag in two compartmonts, and a bottlo of beer in each comportment. Do feiiilatib said ho did not know where tho beer came from. Thon said ho got it, from a box in a room noar tho bar. Mot Leddiu nnd told him, and ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Local Produce Market. Koroit, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 20 February 1915

Local Produce Market. Koroit, Friday. The foaturo of tho markets thiH weok line boon a sharp rUr of £1 per Ion in potatoos. This has been caused by tho proscnoo of stock owners requiring Ihcm as feed for shoop and cattle, and at lip to £3 poc ton potatooo nro probably tho cheapost food that can bo obtainod. Tito riso lift a boon a most wetcoino ono to farmers, as at this poriod thoro in always a certain amount of noxioty as to tho probability of tlio grubs putting in an appoaranco, Tho markot at timoa was rathor cxcitod and competition fairly koon, On Wodnosday a riso of J5b took placn, tho quotation llion being £3, And on Thursday it increased to £3 5B. This (Friday) ovoning tho markot was ra ther draggy, as most of tho orders for otock focd had boon supplied. Quotations at prcsont aro £3 5B for first grado, £3 for sccond grado, and 50s tor stock feed. Onions.-First grado are quotod at £5 16s por ton, aud soconrf grado £5. Hay and chaff continuo firm, hay being worth JL'7 por ton, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 20 February 1915

WALL PAPERS. ~ WALL PAPERS. . 1P, , , " WALL PAPERS. ine Latest Designs now open for inspection. CALL AND SEE THEM Oh WRITE FOR, PATTERNS. P. F. HARPER, .House and Sigra Painter. [ESTABLISHED 15 Yi:.\i;s.] TO PERSONS ABOUT TO BCJILD. I3EF011E CALLING ELSEWHERE CALL UPON OR WRITE TC SIMMONB8 & HAIN, TIMBER MERCHANTS AND CONTRACTORS, KOKOIT, Anil trot tliolr Prlcos for all K.lnils of Building1 Material. Palings, Posts, and Rails, and all kinds of Builder's Ironmongery. Timber Hinges T. and G. Piuc Mouldings Doors Sashes;-1 Mantelpieces Drain Pipes Oils and Lead Gutter Tiles Galvanised Iron Spouting Ridging Bricks, Hoof Naiis Lime : Weights Wire Nails Sheet Lead Pine Wea&liorboards Grates Locks ' "; Glass Piping Stoves _ ? Putty Cemont ESTirriHTES UND DESIGNS PREPARED RT SHORTEST NOTICE, FREE. w IIRNER We have buile nnc! supplied nearly 1000 "TURNER" BICYCLES to deliver Uis Majesty's M n.Is throughout Victoria, and all the other Commonwealth States This should interest ...

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