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DISTRICT NEWS. WOOLSTHORPE. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 27 February 1915

DISTRICT NEWS. WOOLSTHORPE. (From our own Correspondent.) On Friday evening last the people of Woolsthorpe assembled to say farewell to Mr. Albert Roberts, who in going to the front with the third expeditionary force, Tim hall was decorated with patriotic (lags, the Union Jacsk occupying the place of honor over the platform. The.young folk, who were nearly all old schoolmates and comrades of the departing citizen, all earnestly entered into the preparations the ladies providing a sumptuous repast and tho young men vieing with c.ioh othor in aiding the ladies. The early part of tho evening was spent in dancing and other forms of amusement, during which tha " Deathless Army" was splendidly rendered by Mr. llennessy, and a recitation, "Our Folks" was given by Mr. Surman. Mr. D. W. Harvey then, in a happy spcech, proposed the health of the guest of the even ing, and he was supported by Messrs. Latta and Surman. Mr. Koberts wns then, on behalf of the residents, presented with a hooded wr...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 27 February 1915

WARRNAMBOOL. O'Brion Bros, roport: Tuesday, February 2!}. Plge,-502 pennod, c»J which 200 woro stores. The demand for prime bacon pigs wus firm, and Into high rates were fully maintained, a few pens making a email advance. Stores to tutteu sold at full values, but other classes were almoni un« saleable. We sold 102 for Messrs J. 0. M'Dnnald 60a, J. Downey sen. 8lifl ami H5s (id, Thomas Dunphy £5 16a 6d, 96s, 93a, 77a Gd, and 67a fid, Mrs Baird 69a Gd, Thos. Ahearn 73a Ud ami G5« 6d, A. Proper SIjs, J. Hahm 76a 6d, \V. Crowe 98s, T. Dunpliy jun, 61a, J. Walters 76a fid, Patun Bros 80s, R. MurrihV 80s, C. Gorman -19s 6d, Mis Lane 56a, James Jidwnrdn 73s and 54s, C. RutUo 60a 6(1, Mrs Patrick Conhoady 97s 6d, 90a 6d, 89a fid, and 7 la 6d (20 averaging 92a lid), and stores tor Messrs C. Gormau, T. Dunphy. J. Elliott, F. Foster, J. Hurley, John Bonnftt and 15. Bonnott, nnd quote Prime bacon pigs 87a Gd to 99s fid, good do. 78s to 85a, light weights 72» to 70s, back futters 70B to Litis Q...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 27 February 1915

Koroit Weekly Sale. THURSDAY, MARCH 4. 01 ORIEN BROS, wil Soil by I'abllo JUJ Auction on abovo date, when thoy will offer OATTLE. SHEEP. PIGd. HORSES. SUNDRIES; Spoolal Buyer for strong, woll-grown 8XORE8 in attendance Warrnambool Corporation Yards. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3. O? DRIEN BROS, will Soil by Public JD Auction, at tho Corporation Yards, on the abovo date the following OATTLE: 4 Prime Cowi, from In jomira 6 do do from Illowa 10 Oood Store Cowa SHEEP. 30 Primo Croaabred Wethers HOKSES SUNDRIES. TUE8DAY, MARCH 2. FAX & STORE PIGS. SATURDAY, 20th MARCH. CLEARING SALE OF DAIRY HERD, HORSES, MILKING PLANT, ETC. AT K.OROIT. rf"VT?RIEN BR0S-and G'J-0FFICEK _IJ & Co., (Agents in conjunction), will sell by Auction under instructions from Mr. W. M. THRELFALL, on tho Farm known aa M'Qrath'a, at Koroit, on the Abovo date. The whole of his Stock, Milking Plant, Etc. Full particulars later. For Absolute Sale owing to the expiration of the Lease. SOUTHERN CBOSS. MONDAY, 29th MAR...

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

Furniture for the Cottage or the ? Mansion. Only first-class w orkmen em ployed at our Factory. ne trial will convince you of the superiority of our goods, ?GIVE US THAT TRIAL. E. B. PHILLIPS, LI'M>IG STfrWT WMi&MMBOOL III ^^9 KEIBSR KEECHANT, HIGH STREET, INVITES INSPECTION OF HIS STOCK OF Hardwood, Hurdles, Cement,. Droppers, Gates, Troughs, Pickets, Palings, Red Gum, 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-The Cheapest SSnes 'ARE SOLD by A LOCAL FIRM. PRICES: £5 10s. TO £9 15s. Long GuftrnnUe EASY TE8HS. TctteJ and Found THE BEST. IK ust nil over thi # ^ * Commonwealth. *.*&" WARD Bfl'OS,, 3G-58 Errol St., North McILaur.ic The Csmfort of Thoasa&ds of H«)usev/ives. They save more money and do more work with less labor than any other machines an the market, and yctz caui't war them oat, Ward Eros, «§? "Almost" Won...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE Roroit Senti[?] AND Tower Hill Advocate. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAV SATURDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 27. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 27 February 1915

THE fptoit JwtiiwI AKD ta §fttt futwate. PUBLISHED BVEBV SAIUBDAV SATURDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 27. Current Topics. The Belfast shire invite tenders for road construction, particulars of which are ad vertised. Tenders close at 10 a.m. on Friday, March 6. On Thursday last, a sheep donated to the Belgian Fund by Miss Riddell, of Kirk ctalS, was sold and resold by Messrs. O'Brien Bros., mliiiag ft/ 316d, In nearly every centre in Victoria sys tematic and organised effort is beinR made to assist in the alleviation of the sufferings and hardships of the Belgium people, who are on the verge of starva tion. The stirring appeal in the daily papers has stimulated interest greatly, and substantial donations are cowing to hand. With the object of giving the people of: this locality an opportunity of showing their sympathy in a practical way the mayor (Cr Downey) has convened public meeting j for next Monday evening, in the town hall, when some methods of assisting will J be decided upon. A large a...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 27 February 1915

DEATH. CARROLL.-At Koroit, on 24th Febru ary, John Carroll, aged 78 years, R.l.P T. RUNDELL & SON, Undertakers.

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Stock Markets. KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 27 February 1915

Stock Markets. KOROIT. O'Bcioo Broa, report,, Thuroday, ifobruary 26. fair yarding! ot all claeaea and a full clearance. Piga.->84 pobned. Competition Was very dull, ial«i feting btrd to mak«, bub we told m nil except ono pen for Messrs. 1). McDougall, , John Maloney, J. M. Dwyer, W. Miiehem, James Dnbson, unil John Lane. Quota tionH :-Best forward stores 34s, well grown sorts 17s (Jd to 23s, slips 7s Od to 14s, small pir»o 2a t<i 3s. Sheep,-380 penned, for which biddings woro nolivc throughout, and wo sold all forward for Messrs John Kavemtgh, Gourde Oliver, James Buchanan, 10. TroHope, J. Meagher, \V. M. Threlfall, John Lenehan, W. Leuelmn, and G.«). Ollicor, and quote primu two tooth wuthurs 18B Id, comebauk ewes 16a -Id, cropsbrod ewea 16h lid, prime lumbs 10a Od to 12a !)d, comeback wethors in fair condit ion 10s, npod erosabred cwea 8a lid, rama Ma Od to 10a. Caulc-101 yarded Fat cattle and fleshy conditioned cattle tvuru in strong request, and prices were slight...

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Koroit Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 27 February 1915

Koroit Borough Council. A speoial meeting of tho above WHS held in tho Town Hall on Monday ovening las'- T,1<!r0 was a f"'' nt" tondanco of councillors, and tho Mayor (Cr. Downey) presided. STOCK TRESPASSING ON ISI.ANI). Iti was reported thftti many hoad of unregistered sheep nnd cuttlo were grazing on tlio bed of tlio hike, nnd orossing over to tlio island, thereby depriving tho owners of budged stoclt of their legitimate right to tlio grass on the reserve. It wns proposed to ovorconic tlin difficulty by tho erection of a fenco between Mr. Rogers pro I porty and tho council reserve. Tho town clerk read from tlio " Go vernment Gav.etto " I'm Act of Parlia ment vesting tho Wands nnd lake l" tho Koroiti Borough Council. Cr. "Willtinson said tlio lino of tho promised fenco had been pegged out by tho'enginecr, but it ran zig-zag. and it an agreement) could bo arrived^ ab between Mr. l\ogor3 and tho council it might be advisable not to ndhero too strictly to tho lino. Cr. Stev...

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Port Fairy Races. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 27 February 1915

Port Fairy Races. The following are the weights for the above races, to be held to day : Trial Handicap-Plum Pie 9.9, St. Haven 9.3, Vocal Queen 8.7* Cudgcc 8 0, Marble Bar, Florrie Moore 7.12, Calyx 7.10, Kupert Stuart 7.3, Miss Sirat 7.1, Toonawamba 6.12, Brave Oak, Anna Kirk Pffl. Hurdle Race.-Blag Flag 10 5, Master* piece 10.2, Kyluna, The Claw 0.10, Discard 9.8, Lord Fyans 0.2, Gtcn Mohr 9.0. Port Fairy Handicap.-King Kirk 9.0, Discard 8.12, Lanius, Zenalbnn 85, Major Eight, Massey 8.0, Tantalla 7.12, Porscnna Lord Fynns 0.12. Hotelkccpors' Handicap.-M'Cutloch 9.0, Massey 8.11, Zcnalban 8.9, Tantalla 8.2, Bright Kirk 7.12, Interstate 7.10, Vocal Queen 7.3, Black Flag 7.0, Cudgcc 6.9. Handicap Hack Race.-Vocal Quctin 10.0, Wairio 9.12, Marble Bar, Florrie Moore 9 5, Lady Ardcn 9.2, Rupert Stuart 8.10, Miss Sirat, Dummic 8.8, Lylock, Lady Tilley, The Wad. Clean Graft 8.0. Flying Handicap.-Bouquctirc 9.0, Ochre 8.12, Bright Kirk, Major Eight 8.7, St. Haven 8.3, Interstate 8.0, Mar...

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Racing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 27 February 1915

Racing Notes. By "Flemington." Following arc my selections for to-day: Hurdle Race-Megas or Witlden. St. Leger-Mountain Knight. Produce Stakes-Lesbos. Essenden Stakes-Land of Song. Brunswick Stakes-Winnipeg or Men tus. Newmarket Handicap- Traquette I, Athenic 2, Miss Meadows 3, To-day will witness tho opening ol tho V.H.O. autumn meeting. The progrnmmo is full of good things, and vsitore nro not likely to return home feeling that th(\y huvo not hod thoit money's worths Tho St. Logor is one of the items to bo dismissed this aftor. uoou. llccent developments have in* fused frefih intercut into this content. Until Saturday, tho St Leger looked like being a match botween Mountain Knight and Oarlito. but Saturday'® running at Onulficld taught us^thai Naxbery must, now also ho taken into the rockoning. Placed as Naxbery was at tho .start for tho Futurity Staltos, it is doubtful if oven Moun tain Knight would hare done quit© aa woli. Of course thoro is a good deal furthor to go on fcho Sb ...

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PRINCESS MARY'S GIFT BOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 27 February 1915

I PRINCESS MARY'S GIFT BOOK. , j We have received from the publishers, | Messrs Hodder and Stoughton, St# Paul's i House, Warwick Square, London, E.G., a i copy of "Princess Mary's Gift Book." All profits from the sale are goiag to the Queen's "Work for Women" Fund, which i is acting in conjunction with the National Relief Fund, and we understand that the demand has been so colossal that nearly 400,000 copies have already been sold, and that the publishers have already paid over to the fund a sum of £10,000 on account of profits. At the price of 2s 6d net this is probably the most wonderful volume ever placed on the market. From the frontispiece portrait of Princess Mary, specially painted for the book, facing Her Royal Highness' thanks to "the Authors and Artists who have so generously contributed to my Gift Hook," to the last page, with its delightful illus tration by E.J, Sullivan, the book is fuJI of beauty and charm. Princess Mary'a Gift Book contains new stories and articles b...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Kirkstall Picnic Races. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 27 February 1915

Kirkstall Picnic Races. The Kirkstall picnic raccs on Saturday rosnltcd as follow Maiden Hack Race. Five furlongs. A. H. I3cncc's Dummic 1, W. Wright's Lylock 2, J. Rock's Lady KiUecn 3, Graft Bank and Anna Kirk also started. Betting-7 to 4 on Dummie, 2 to 1 Lylock. Won easily. Time-tmin 6isecs Novelty Pony Race. Four furlongs. L. Kelly's Piccolo 1, M. Fitzgerald's Gay Lad 2, W, C. Staccy's Sampson 3. Other start ers-Fairy and Daisy Bell. Betting-5 to .I on Gay Lad, 2 to 1 agst Sampson and Piccolo. Won by half a length. Time 56isecs Kirkstall Picnic Cup.-Six furlongs. J. Mahnny's Bright Kirk I, T. Carmody's Vocal Queen 2, R. R. Fitzgerald's Black Flag 3. Lord Kelvin was the only other starter. Betting-2 to 1 on Bright Kirk, 2 to I agst Vocal Queen, 5 to 1 Black Flag Won by two lengths. Time-lmin. 20 4*5 sees. Trot and Gallop. Six furlongs. Natty Jack 1, Ulator and Picnic ran a dead heat for second place. Other starters wore Red Harry, Chester, Cream Belle, Postmaid and Blue Dixon. B...

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

KILLARNEY. Mr James Ol.\Vill has disposed of his farm, containing 47 acres, by private sale, the purchaser being Mr W. Ryan (Crossley) and the pricc /C2 per acre." Mr C. Gorman has taken poBsession of the Carleton hotel. Mr T. Wright* the outgoing proprietor, has purchased the goodwill of the Bush Inn, Purnim, and takes possession immediately. A well-attended meeting of onion growers was held in Crosslcy schoolroom on Friday evening last for the purpose of discussing tho advisability of forming an Onion Growers' Union. Mr D Lane wa3 voted to the chair. After a long discussion a motion was unanimously carried that a union be formed and named the Tower Hill District Onion Growers' Union. Mr J. Linccn was appointed secretary. A committee of 15 was elected, representing Yangery, Illowa, Killamey, Crosslcy, and Rosebrook, The committee are to meet an early date ior the purpose of drawing up rules and regulations to be submitted to a general meeting.

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

?:,SM Bowling. M The Port Fairy bowlers visited Koroit on 8aturday, and beat the looals by 30 points. Scores; P.K. K. 1, Norlhey, Komp, Maloney, Haymes ... 32 - Wright, MoVicar, Treganowan, O'Brien ... - 19 3, Storey, Gonion, Keating, Muggridge ... 29 - Paton, Kccies, Officer, Peters ... - 28 3. Tyler, Pickerd. Rasdoslovich, Reidy ... 25 - Matters, Maokie, Paton, Steven son ... - 12 4. Gibson, Robertson, Jackson, Grant ... 23 - Barnes, Leddin, Howell, Pear son ... - 25 109 79 A special meeting of the delegates of the Western District Bowling Association was held at Eoker's hotel, Warrnambool, on Thursday afternoon. Mr. 0. R. Evans, president of the association, occupied the chair, and delegates were present from Koroit, 'ferang, Oamperdown, Warrnam bool and Port Fairy Clubs. The business for whioh the meeting was convened was to decide on a date on which the matoh at Warrnambool for the premiership between the Port Fairy and Oamperdown olubs should be played. After discussion, It wa...

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Local Produce Market. Koroit, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 27 February 1915

Local Produce Market. Koroit, FricUy. Deliveries have been heavy, the bulk of the supplies being for slock feed. Grubs have been making considerable headway la some fteldB, rendering tho tubers fit only for stock feed. The markot eased on Tuesday to £3 for first grado, and on Wednesday to £2 15s. This is now the ruling quotation, and stock feed are worth £2 59. Onions.-Fair dolivorioa have been mads during the week, and first grado are quoted at AG 5s. Hay is quoted at £7 10s per ton, and chaff (retail) -£9 10s per ton. Ml. GamMer, Wednesday. Now season's potatoes are now quoted at £3 10s per ton. Onions are quoted at £5 at tho railway elation. Devonport (Tas.) Wednesday. It is estimated that 7000 bags were held over at the end of last week, and that 5000 of these were rejected on acoount of grub. PlunkeLts are quoted at £4 to £4 5s, red* skins £3 15s, Bismarcks and Brownatls £3 10s, Commonwealths £3 10s to £3 15s, Up-to-dfltes £2 10i to £3.

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PORT FAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 27 February 1915

PORT FAIRY. The marriage of Mr. John Guyett, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Guyett, Port Fairy, aod Miss Muriel tiomerville, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Somerville, Roaebrook, was quietly celebrated at the residence of the bride's paronta on Wednesday last, tho Rev. W. Beck officiating. Only tho imme diate relatives of tho contracting parties were present. Mr. aod Mrs. Somerville en tertained the company at a sumptuous wedding dejeuner, tho happy couple leav ing afterwards for Melbourne, whero tho honeymoon will be spent. Mr. and Mrs. J. Guyett will mako their homo in William street, whero a handsome villa has been erected by Messrs Guyett and Sods for their occupation. The young couple were tho recipients of many handsome gifts. Tho Attomey*General has notified Mr. H. 8. Bailey, M.L.A., that Mr. M. K. Dcvereux, of Port Fairy, and Mr. Jas, Steele, of KoBebrook, have been added to tho magistracy for this bailiwick. Mr. Steele's appointment will be for tho con venience of tho reside...

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WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 6 March 1915

YVARRNAM1500L. O'Brion Bros. roporc: Tuesday, March 2. Pigs-200 penned, of which 120 were stores. Bacon pigs sold readiiy at prices quite equal to late high values ; stores fib to fatten met with fair support, bub medium and small sorts are unsaleable. We sold 78 for McsBra James Downey sen 75a, 71st 70s, and 88s, Samuel Barlow 88s Gd, F. N'Namara 83a Gd and 70s Gd, Mrs W. Garvoy 57s Gd, John HuckcLt90s Gd, Charlos KCIhou 93s, W Foley 08s Gd, James Holbook 84s, Thomas Ahotirn 71s, A. Gcmtlos 70B, John Lumadon 95b, and stores for Messrs Thomas Dwyor, High School, John Uua, and W Jenkins, and quote prime bacon pigs 88s to Dos, good do 77s Gd to 85a, light weights 70s to 76a, me dium 55s to 658, best forward stores 32s to 46s, well-grown Boris 18s Gd to 25s, slips 8s Gd to 15a, small pigs Is Ud to 5s, baokfatters 70s to 92s Gd. Wednesday, Sheep-About GOO penued, for which thorc was a firm demand at late ruling ratea. Wo sold for Messrs J Morton primo crossbred ewes to 27s Gd, comeback ...

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Stock Markets. KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 6 March 1915

Stock Markets. KOUOIT. O'Brien Bros, report. Thursday, March <1. Fair yardings of all classes and a good sale , PigH-41 pennod,and although oonipoti Lion was limited wu succeeded instilling cvory pen at auction for Messrs C. J. Har man, 10. Whito and James Collins, and quote well grown stores 1 7B, olipa On (id to 8h (Id, small pigs la to 2s (id Sheep-507 penned, for which thoro was a good demand throughout, and wo sold all at. auction with the exception of one pen of young nhecp in low condition, for Menars Martin Can oil crossbred weaners liis 8d, J 1) Bowman crossbred weancrs Ki» .'id, Alex Buchanan cross weaners 11h, James Bueha nan cross wcancrs llit, .John Wilkinnoii prime two tooth wethers 17s, John Lenohun cross weanors llu .'Id, William Gibson primo crossbred ewes 18s i)d, .T Moaghor crossbrod wcancrs 1,'Jh, Michael Downey prime lambn 17s 10(1, .John Willis crossbred woanors S)s Hd and 12s l)d, and comeback owes, fat, Bis, G L Butler crossbred awes, aged, in fair...

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Koroit Races. THIS NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 6 March 1915

Koroit Races. THIS NOMINATIONS. . The following are the nominations for the Koroit raccs on 17th March : TRIAL HANDICAP. Six furlongs. L. Jene's Ruport Stuart G. J. Officer's Tullus Ci. J. Ofliccr's Calyx T. Carmody's Vocal Queen P. Henery's Florrie Mooro T. Carmody's Plum Pie J. O'Keefe's Miss Sirat W. Rogers' Lady Tilley \V. Moran's Wainbigal J. Whitehead's Cudgee A. M'Lean's Purlano H. Parkinson's Biron 1',. J. Grace's Scotland's Hero HURDLE RACE. Two miles, J. lf. Scott's Emerald Dale ' G. J. Officer's Calyx U. J. Officer's Fulcrum 3as. Agncw's Albinnah T. Murnane's The Claw T. lunatic's Humble P. Warren's Miss Kaaba K, R. Fitzgerald's Black Flag P. Henery's Tantalla W. J. Burris' Lord Kyans C. Humphrey's Discard LADIES' BRACELET. Six lurlongs. Miss P. Lewis' Interstate Mrs. H. D. Parkinson's Massey Mrs. Balchin's Clean Graft MrSi W. Patterson's Kirk Ora Mrs. Bence's Ochre Miss Carmody's Plum Pie Miss Carmody's King Kirk Mrs. Henery's Marble Bar Miss O'Keefe's Major Eight Mrs. S...

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Electric Lighting. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 6 March 1915

Electric Lighting. A special meeting of the Koroit Borough Council was held on Friday evening, 26feh ult. Ail the councillors were present. The meeting had been called to consider the final report of Air. G. S. Morieson, electric expert, and that of an expert which he sent to Koroit the previous week to inspect the gas producers. The report was technical, and of con siderable length. Briefly, it said the bat- 1 teries had been undercharged, and gave instructions as to how they should be treated in future. He said he had taken samples of tho clcctiolite to Melbourne and had them analysed by an expert analyst whose report he enclosed. This report showed there were traces of lead and a very small quantity of iron in the samples, the fluid, therefore, being in good condi tion. The report continued : The floor of the battery room should have a layer of sawdust on it, or any of the liquid spilt or creeping would injure the floor. He found the pump and the motor at the waterworks running v...

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