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Port Fairy Races. THE ENTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 20 February 1915

Port Fairy. Races. THE ENTRIES. The following entries have been re ceived for the Port Fairy Racing Club's meeting to be held next Saturday Trial Handicap, 6 furlongs: Anna Kirk, Rupert Stuart, Toonawamba, Marble Bar, Florrie Moore, Cudgee, St. Haven, Calyx, Miss Sirat, Brave Oak, Plum Pie, Vocal Queen. Port Fairy Handicap, l'A miles: Por senna, Major Eight, Discard, Lord Fyans, Tantalla, Lanius, Zenalban, King Kirk. Maiden Hack Race: Glenmohr, Lylock, Court Martial, Lady Tilley, Dummie, Anna Kirk, Clean Graft, Graftbank. Hurdle Race, 2 miles: Glenmohr, Black Flag, Masterpiece, Kyluna, The Claw, Lord Fyans, Discard, Dummie. Flying Handicap, 5 furlongs: St. Haven, Bouquetire, Ochre, Interstate, Bright Kirk, Major Eight, Lola Kirk, Marble Bar, Lylock. Hotelkeepers' Handicap, I mile , Inter state, Zenalban, Tantalla, Black Flag, Vocal Queen, Massey, Bright Kirk, l Cudgee, McCulloch. Handicap Hack Race, 6 furlongs : Ly lock, Marble Bar, Lady Arden, Wairio, Florrie Moore, Miss Sirat, Lad...

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

Melbourne Pig Market. Adamsoii, Strcttle and Co., 390 Bourke St., Melbourne, report Ihis week's pig market as follows; 3,500 yarded. Stores.-L-jrgo supply, pricos aboub tho same as lasb week. Porkers.-Thoro was a largo yarding, and prices were again lower. Primo heavy 38a to 44s, extra to '18s, priuio tuodiuui 31s to 37?, pritus light 24s to 28s. Baconers.-An exceptionally largo number came to hand, including a largo porcentago of half fa* sorts, which were exceedingly bard to sell at very low prices. Primo pigs wore again in keen requcab ab fully last week's prices. Prime heavy 80s to 89s, odd pens to 97s, prime medium 72s to 78s, primo light 63s to 68s, half-fats from 40s. Bnckfatters.-A moderate number were penned, and the demand For theso was even throughout) at last week's rates. Extra heavy sowa £6 to £8, prime weighty £4 53 to £5, rough from 50s. Francis Birtles, the well known cyclist), left) Sydney on Saturday on what ho oxpeots to be bis longest trans Australian trip, thro...

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

WARUNAM1S00L. O'Brien Bros, roport: Tuesday, February 1G. Pit's.-358 penned, of whioh about 80 were stores, Competition was very firm for j nil classoa of bacon pigs, prices again allow ing a rise of about 5s per head. Stores were ; also in better domand at improvod rates. We sold 101 head for Messrs. John Henoessy 78s, J. Downey senr., 95s and 85s, Michael Scott 97a and 77s, Charles Ryan GGs Gd, J. McLeori 80s Gd, G. R. Eldridge 83d 6d, Collins Bros. 87a Gd, Joseph McCarthy 87s 6d, H. W. Good 97s, John Crowe 94s, Thomas Gibbs 74s Gd, 1\ aud D. Lauo 88s Gd, CharleB Koleou 92s, Gleeson Bros. 82a, 63s, and Gls, A: J. Gentles 47s Gd, Len, Drake 80s Gd and 66s, Kiely Bros 85s Gd, and stores for Messrs G. R. Kldridge 349, R. J. Crothers 33s Gd and 20s, Mrs. Curran 71s Gd, and G. R. Ryan 52s Gd. Quotations : -Primo pigs 88a to 99a, flood do 80s to SGa, light weights 7Uj to 77s Gd, backfatters GOs to 95s, beet stores 34s to 52s Gd, well grown sorts 25s to 30a, slips 10s to 22at smaller sor...

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Kirkstall Picnic Races. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 20 February 1915

| Kirkstall Picnic Races. The following arc the handicaps for the above races to be held to-day : Maiden Hack Race. - Five furlongB. Weight-I0st-Glen Mohr, Manila, Graft Bank, Lady Killeen, Dummie, Lylocti, Anna ICirk, Clean Graft. Kirkslall Picnic Cup-Six furlongs. Plum Pic 11.6, Major Eight 11.0, Bright Kirk 10.12, Vocal Queen 10.10, Lord Kelvin and Black Flag 0 0, Uuinmie and Anna Kirk 0.0. Handicap Hack Race.-Five furlongs. Wambigal 11.10, Lord Kelvin 11.2, Rupert Stuart 11.0, Miss Sirat 10.10, Graft Bank, Clean Graft,, Lylock and Glen Mohr 10.0. Ladies' Bracelet.-Six furlongs.-King Kirk 11.7, Emerald Dale, Bright Kirk 11.0, Vocal Queen 10.12, Wambigal 107, Lord Kelvin 9.11, Rupert Stuart 0.10, Miss Sirat 0.8, Dummic, Glen Mohr, and Clean Graft 0.0. Novelty Pony Race.-Four furloog3 Fairy 8.0, sor.; Young Kaiser H.0, scr.s Myrtle 8.0, 24 yds bhd.; Daisy Bell 8 0, 39 yds bhd ; Sampson 10 7, 48 yds bhd, j Gay Lad 8.10, 60 yds bhd.; Piccolo 10.10, 72 ydB bhd.; Lady Arden 12.0, 72 yd...

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Colac Dairying Company. THE DISLOYAL SUPPLIER. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 20 February 1915

Colac Dairying Company. | THE DISLOYAL SUPPLIER. Aboub 200 elinreholdors nttonded thn 14th half-yoarly mooting of the abovo company on Tuesday nftornoon, tho chairman of dircoloru, Mr. John Rankin, presiding. Tho chairman movod-" That in futuro any supplier, who dividos his consignment, mid iloos not supply all his supplies to tho company without just and sufficient reason in tho opinion of tho directors, shall forfeit all claim to any bonus that) may from time to timo bo declared." hi support of thn recommondution tho chairman said that tho timo had uriivod whon tho line should bo drawn between tho man who supplied all his milk and croam to tho company, and thoso who shifted about, sending soma milk and creaiu to tho factory, and tho remainder olaowhero. Tho defection of tho disloyal shareholders increased tho cusb of manufacture to the loyal suppliers. Furthermore, owiog to soma shareholders sending their milk and croam olsowhere, tho company was nob oblo to Bupply tho demand for ...

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Stock Markets. KOKOIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 20 February 1915

Stock Markets. KOKOIT. O'Brien Bros. report Thursday, February 18. Fair yarding* of all classca and a good salo. Pigs,-51 ponned, for which thoro was an improved demand ftt better prices, nil pona being cold reudily at auction for Messrs. S. Hunt 35a, 8. O'Callnghan 49a, Thomas O'Brien 29s, John Moloney 29s, 1). Gleeson Us 9d and 9a, \V. Kyan 10s and 10s 9d, D. Malady Jlla, VV. -Sinnott 4s Bd, and C. Koleon 13s, and quote-Forward stores to 49s, well grown aorta 29a to 35&, slips 9a to I3». Sheep-3-12 penned. A good even de mand throughout, and we sold all oxccpt ono pen of low conditioned crossbred ewes at auction for Messrs. W. Halt storo lambs 7s Oil, Thomas Coffey aged erossbrod ewes 7» 9d, lambs 9s and rams 20s, William Hulm prime wethers 22s Od and piimo owes 22s, Allan M'Donald prime lambs 10s Gd and 14a 3d, Thoinns Williams storo lambs 7s to 8.1 -Id and comeback owes 6s 9d to 9d 9d, James Buchanan prime Jambs 13s, and H. W. , Whitehead 2 tooth crossbrcd wothers in fai...

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Plumpton Coursing Club. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 20 February 1915

Plumpton Coursing Club. ANNUAL MEETING. There was a fair attendance at the above meeting, held in the town hall on 1 Thursday evening, the president (Mr. ] James Lallan) being in the chair. IIALANCE-SIIKET. , The president explained the business of the meeting) and the secretary read the balance-sheet as follows: KEClilPTS. By Debentures ... ... 225 5 Special donations... ... 5 '0 Collected at first meeting ... 5 5 Refunds... ... ... 0 2 o| Donation feed for hares ... I 0 o| Gates ... ... ... 38 II Sale of Booths (net!) ... 30 8 Sale of Cards ... ... 8 II Bookmakers' Fees ... 8 10 Nominations ... ... 109 4 Members' Tickets ... 29 10 Racecourse Trustees ... 70 0 Balancedue NationalBank... 198 17 10 I £730 14 EXPENDITURE. To Simmonds and Hain ... £500 0 Prize money ... ... 105 15 Judge and expenses ... 9 14 Commission on sale of de bentures ... ... S o Deposit on land ... ... 15 0 Luncheon ... ... ' 38 Wages ... ... ... 49 5 Printing and advertising ... 18 10 National Coursing Club .....

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

Koroit Weekly Sale. TUURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25. 0? OBI EN BROS, wil Soli by Public ij Auction on abovo dato, when thoy will offor CATTLE. 6 primo Cnwa from Crosaloy S choice Dairy Cowa and Helfero 10 good «toro Cows 15 young Mixed Cattlo SHEEP. ?(Ti prime crosabrod VVothcrs 70 good croBflbrod Lambs 150 crosabrod and coinoback Ewea in fair condition riGd. HOUSES. SUNDRIES. Special Buyor for Btrong, woll-grown STORES in attendance Warmamtoool Corporation Yards. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24. 0} QRIEN BROS, will Soli by Public ±J Auction, at the Corporation Yards, on tho abovo dato the following j CATTLE: 5 pliro Cows from Wangoom ?1 choice Dairy Uows 10 good Store Cuwa SHEEP. ao prime crossbred EweB ' 15 do do Lamba HOUSES SUNDRIES. TUESDAYTFEBRUARY 23, FAT & STORE PIGS. KOROIT SALE TABDS. THURSDAY, 25th FEBRUARY. j Executor's Realising Sale OF KOROIT PROPERTY. 05T5RIEN BROS-, favored with in 8 fl sbructions from the National Truatees, Executors, and Agency Co. of Auatruluaia, Ltd. (Trust...

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

Furniture for the Cottage or the :' Mansion. Only fii'st-cl^ss workmen em ployed at our Factory. One trial will convince you of the superiority of our goods. GIVE US THAT TRIAL. E. 3 PHILLIPS, > ::: LIEBIG STREET WASRMMBOOL '^11T F TIMBEE Iii3ECHAHT, HIGH STREET, INVITES JNSI'KUTION OF HIS STOCK OF Hardwood, Hurdles, Cement, Droppers,, Gates, Troughs,-. Pickets, Palings, Red ? Gum, s Softwood, , Iron, ,Etc. Call and Inspect, . Before Purchasing Elsewhere Sole Agent for Koroit and District for Bates and Co.'s Open Fire Stoves Law Union and Rock Insurance Co. The Best AIJE SOLD PMCES: £5 10s. TO £9 15s. Long Guarantee. EASY Twt«d and Found THE BEST. In use all over th? Commonwealth! T'Va a** SEWING MACHINES BY A LOCAL FIRM. The Comfort of Thousands of Housewives; They save more money and do more work with less labor than any other machines on the market, and you can't wear them out, Won't do. You want tlie BUST, and you are entitled to get it. "Almost as good" Is not quite good eno...

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THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 20 February 1915

THE W The exchange of notes between the United States and Germany, regarding the American protest against Germany's threat to sink merchant ships in British waters without warning, and between the United States and Great Britain regarding the action of Great Britain in holding up cargoes of foodstuffs for Germany, has led to interesting developments. A Washington message states that Ger many has notified the United States that a state of strained relations exists between Germany and America. It is understocd that President Wilson is deeply concernei, but it is said lie is determined to prevent war "at all costs." The United States Cabinet decided to again notify Great Britain that it strongly objects to the proclamation of a blockage against foodstuffs intended for Germany. Sir Edward Grey stoutly defends Britain's action. Germany lias put into practice her threat to torpedo merchant ships in British waters without warning.

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THE Koroit Sentinel AND Tower Hill Advorcate. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 20. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 20 February 1915

THIS §|oroit AM> £<m>ev TUU ^(U'ocato. FUBLI8HKD KVBRY SATVRDAV SATURDAY MOKNINO FEBRUARY 20. Current Topics. So that the articles remaining: unsold ifter the rccent successful fete conducted by the Koroit branch A.W.N.L. to pro vide a travelling kitchen for the troops might be disposed of, a sale was held m the Koroit mechanics' hall oil Thursday evening. There was a fair attendance, and all goods not sold up to 10 o clock were sold at auction by Mr. D. Spring, with satisfactory results. The drawing of the art unions resulted as follows : - Chestnut mare, M. Len Kctt, South \aria (7S0); doll, Annie Barr (2); tea sit, etc. 1st, G. Smith, Yarpturk (122) ; 2nd, Miss Edith Ficken, Ellerslie (123); 3rd. Mrs Littlewood, Koroit (400); 4th, Mrs* * . Broderick, Crosslcy (316); pipes, Mr. Leo. Spring, Koioit (23): v r YfnH Melbourne (tot); clock. Miss V. G. Lind say (36); fruit spoons, Miss V. G. 1-indsaj (271 pictures. Mr. W. Bertrand 05); Fi ver casket, Mrs Laidlaw; tobacc...

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Koroit Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 27 February 1915

Koroit Telephone Exchange. As there have been several additions to the local telephone exchange recently, lor the benefit of subscribers and the public we Rive the list herewith: 1. Co-Op. Society 16. Rundell & Son 2. O'Brien Bros. 17. Railway Station 3. Murch & Taylor 18. J. A. Nayler 4. Conghlan & Watt 19. N. Corson 5. Butter Factory & 26. J.J. Barnes Town Hall 21. M.J.GIeeson 6. Dr. Forsyth 22. Dr. Littlewood 7. Morse and Co. 23. W. H. Skilbeck 8. "Koroit Sentinel" 24. A. Skilbeck 9. \V. T. Brennan 25. R. Skilbeck 10. Rev. J. Kcrin 26. D. Spring 11. Rev. C. J. Martin 27. W. Lcddin 12. Saltau and Son 28, J. F. DulTus 13. Geldhoff & Sons 29. B. A. Tucker 14. Dr. Coto 30. Police Station 15. Thos. Baker

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Onion Grading. STANDARD NOT TO BE LOWERED. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 27 February 1915

Onion Grading. STANDARD NOT TO BE LOWERED. Last week Mr. Bailey, M.L.A, for Port Fairy, Bnd Mr. J, CJ. Johnstone, M.L.A. for Polwortb, introduced a deputation of representatives of the onion growers of the Port) Fairy, Killr-mey, Koroit and Colno districts to the Hon. the Minister for Agri culture, urging that, owing to the light crops and smaller sample of onions, the standard first-grade should be reduced for this season. Tho Minister promised to go into tho matter with his officers and communicate his deci sion to MessrB. Bailey and Johnston. Mr Bailey has now roceivcd tho follow ing communication: Dear Sir,-In reply to the recom mendations made by the deputation of onion growers whicti waited on mo on tho 10th inst., relative to a reduction of the standard first grade size of bulbs, I beg to statB that nfter the fullest! consideration of the matter I cannot) accede to the request for the following treasons (a) It has been clearly demon strated, (and this was borno oat) by the re...

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WORN-OUT HORSES. [?]DELIGHTS ON A SHOCKING TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 27 February 1915

WUKN-OUT HORSES. SsDIOUGHXS ON A SHOCKING TRAFFIC. rAt tho annual mooting of tho Ado faido Soeioty lor tho Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, reference una mado to tho tnUlie in worn-out horses, with which tho society is endeavoring to COtfU. ills Excellency tho Governor, who prodded, drow attention to plioto* grapns of emaciated and worn-out and neglected horses, displayed on tho wails oi tho room ot tho secretary (Mr. U'Leary). This ho considered was a most pathetic sight which evoked their dt'upoM sympathy. It roniindod him 01 a paper concerning tho worn-out horso traffic, which roads as follows: - "For many years numerous complaints have reached tho S.P.C.A. from all classes of the community concerning tho worn-out, emaciated, and decropit condium of tho horses in tho saleyards. Tho complaints have been proved to ho only too true, and the condition of tho horses has been proved to bo in many cases due entirely to ignoranoo and thoughtlessness. Every salo day horses change hands a...

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THE WAR. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 27 February 1915

THE WAR. Londoo, Friday. Tlio Admirnlty announces that) tlio bouibardiuonb of bho Dardanelles was resumed ou Thursday morning, when nil tho forbs wero reducod. A wiroless tnessago from Borlin states that the Germans and Austrmna hold 1,009,000 priBonora, Tolograma reooimi nt Amstordnm from Berlin state that tho United States Ambassador has handed to Chancellor voti Uotbmnn Hollwog America's reply to tlm Gorman Noto regarding tlio treatment of noutrnl vasscls. Apparently a deadlock has occurrod. Much unoasinoss oxints in tlio Am erican colony ab Berlin. " Eyewitness," with tho British forces, in describing tho recent fighting, states that n lotter found on ono of tlio Gorman prisoners expressed fears that Britain's resources would woar Ger many oub, The writor feared " that the English will start aftor Christinas when wo aro exhausted. Aftor we have foughb so hard against Franco and Russia tliab wo nro unahlo to do more, then tlio treachorous English gang will appear." Four more vess...

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Sunday Corner. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 27 February 1915

Sunday Corner. BY " EADIATOH," It iB by the grace of Hod that wo are what wo art). Those who obey God mosb literally find the most) blessedness in life, \vhot-her now or hereafter. Yield thyself to the Holy Spirit., that Ho may produco in thee liis choice fruit-. " The fruit of the spirit is love." " He sheds love abroad in tlio heart." God cannot dolivor us from besotting sin unless wo yield ourselves to Him entirely. You cannot expect God to stivo yon unless you utterly and reverently obey all His commandments. There is some mistake in our religi ous life when it is not n joy to us to stand in the presence of God. The prodigal sou went away for merriment ; but he only found real joy whon ho had given up his evil ways and returned to his father a truo peni teut, and resolved upon a better life. By currents of opinion, by winds of doctrine, and by tho many voices that are speaking in the world, the Lord your God proveth you. Tho Lord's day should be the glad dest of the week ; fall ...

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General Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 27 February 1915

General Summary. The Kaiser is suffering I torn throat trouble. Womon in New Zealand are getting themselves diBliked through sending white feathers to able bodied young men who have nob enlisted. Twenty times in the course of history Belgium h»3 been the battle field of Europe. About 200 cattlo have been inocu lated for pleuro ia the Lilydale district. A large potato was dug on the farm of Mr. 0. Tempest, of Moo Swamp, Trafalgar, recently. The tuber was a Carman, and turned tbo scales at close on 41b. Thirty thousand bags of wheab hare been despatched from Lismore (Wes tern Plains) this season, and 23,750 bag9 of wheat), oats, and fodder from Berrybank. A concerb given at Ballarat on Mon day night by Madamo Melba in aid of the Bod Cross fund, realised £750, and one Ab Geelong on Wednesday evening £1458. A wealthy young Englishman, boforo going to tho front, insured his life for £200,000, the risk being split amongst several offices. Tho Crab premium was £10,000. The High Commissione...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 27 February 1915

WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS The Latest Designs now open for inspection. 0.1LL AND SEE THEM 0_ WRITE FOR PATTERNS, rv o, P. F. HARPER, *>» House arid Sign r liuli i ** [ESTABLISHED 15 YEARS.] TO PERSONS ABOUT TO BUILD BEFORE CALLING ELSEWHERE CALL UPON OR WRITE TC SIMMONDS & HAIN, TIMSES MDSCHMTS AM) CONTSACTOfiS, KOBOIT, And pot their Prlcos 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 Nail& Lime Weights Wire Nails Shoet Lead Pine Weatherboards Grates Locks Glass Piping Stoves Putty Cemont ESTIJURTES BHD DESIGNS PREPARED 0T SHORTEST NOTICE, FREE. BICYCLES. W BICYCLES. URNER BICYCLES. BICYCLES. We havo built and supplied nearly 1000 "TURNER" BICYCLES to deliver His Majesty's M 2.1s throughout) Victoria, aud all the other Commonwealth States....This sh...

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Melbourne Pig Market. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 27 February 1915

Melbourne Pig Market. Adamaoti, Stretllc and Co., 386 Bourke St., Melbourne, report Ibis week's pig market as follows 2420 penned. StoroB.-Although there was again a large Dumber penned, prices were a shade better. Best bacon stores 26s to 30s, seconds 16s to 24s, slips from 13s, suckers 4s to 8s. Porkers,-The demand was improved and the market was deoidedly better than last) week. Prime heavy 40a to 46s, extra to 48s, prime medium 34s to 37s, prime light 26s to 30si Baconors.-la this section the Dum ber forward was considerably less than last neck, and the quality generally w«a better. A keen demand existed right ihrough for prime pigs at prices about 3s in advance of last quotations. Prime heavy 83s to 92s, odd pens making up to 90s, piima medium weights 74s to 79s, prime light 65s to 69s, half fat from 46s. Backfatters. - Good quality pigs, were scarce, and the sale was brisk throughout at slightly higher prices. Extra heavy tows £6 6s to £0, prime weighty £4 7s 6d to £5 5s, rong...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 27 February 1915

No More Fat People. Most fat people seem to think tlmt the only way to tako off fat is to use dangerous drugs, follow a starvation diet or take strenuous cxercise. But alt this is non sense, and, thanks to the recont discovery of un eminent scientist, thousands of men and women arc taking off several pounds of useless fat a week, by simply rubbing on to the (at part-hips, arms, nbin, or abdomen -a simple lotion made by pouring a cup of hot water over a dram of quassia chips ; let it stand for a minute, then strain through a cloth and add ounces of Cirotn Bark I'iXiract. Pour tho, mixture into a bottle i and apply night and morning, cubbing it in with the hands for ubout ten minutes, using a circular motion, and the fat will almost seem to melt away before your very eyes. The ingredients, which arc inexpen sive, may be had of any chemist, and the results to be obtained are really remark able. MOTOR GAR FOR HIRE. NJfiW .SO li.p. KUy»SlfiLL CAJt, Seating Kivo, avuilnblo day or nighi. C...

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