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

Racing Notes. By "Flcmington." Ono's faith in Wishing Cap for tho Sydney Clip not <lUfl«f',Jlcr been (.battered b.v his failure at Hosohill cm Saturday, tlioiiRli naturally one would Jjuvo been rather iisojc pleaded with him if ho bad linishoil a little closer t inn ' the fourth plnrn credited to him. I ho distance ol* the Knsehill race was e even furlong. WMiingUap prefers a long « cnutwi. The two miles m »>e Sv.I aev Cup ",01'P l0, , , ilia ond ho can therelore be depended upon to ni« well, despite Ins disap pointing showing at Unsehill. A. a result of her Kosehill detent, Tn»|uetto has weakened in the calcula tion* for the Doneaster Handicap, hut. aft*- all, it may not ho wise to con demn hor on that form. For reasons explained in a previous let-tor. q 11 otto may not have heen quite at her bout on Saturday, and though her Don castor task is, as previously admitted, n very dilliciilt one, sho may still suc ceed," With a clean jump away, tho daughter of Traquair will...

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

KIRKSTALL. There was a good gathering of local pooplo at Kirkstall on Wednesday eveuiDg last, when a harvest) thanks giving concert was held iu connection with tlio Methodist churoh. Mr. R. S. Wigley acted as chairtnaD, and a Rood programme of music, singiDg and recitations was given by members of the Koroit Methodist) C.E. society, assisted by local talent). Song? were nicely rendered by Misses G. Maokie, McDowall, and Messrs Castla and Allan Mackie. Mrs. Q. H. Pattendea of Kirkstall, also rendered a aolo. Recitations-"The Inventor's Wife," by Miss M'Dowall, and "The Fire man's Wedding," by Mrs R. L. Reod, of Kirkstall, were greatly appreciated. Authems by tho choir party, and a trio by Misses G. Mookie and M'Dow all and Mr. Castle were enjoyed by all, Mr, Reg- Faragh^r contributed a violin solo, and the Kirkstall J.C.E. sang a hymn vory nicoly. Miss Mackio pre sided at the organ. After suppor had been handed round, Mr. G. H, Patten dea sold tho gifts of fruit) and vogo* tiblca by ...

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

THE WAR. Exolusivo of-117,000 prisonors taken at Przemysl, thn Russians in Galieia have captured 110,000 men, 30 guns, and 320 ruacbino nuns sinco January 21 Tho Russians have followed up their capture of the fortress of Przemysl by a vigorous attack in great strength against tbu Austrian armies in tho Carpathians. An invasion of Hungary seems to tbo tho Russian plan, and tho opinion ws been expressed in Hungary lliat fiorything depends upon tbo battle tnat is now raging in the mountains. Sir John A. Simnn (Attorney-Gene ral), speaking at Manchester on Wed nesday evening, said that there was no indication whatever when the war was likely to end, or when Germany would bo willing to consider any terms that the Allies might ofTiir. Great Britain has placed war orders to tho extent of 95,000,000 dollars (£19,000,000) with Canadian firms Seventy-two companies are supplying nhrapnel shells to the army. It is reported at Salonica, on the Aegean Sea, that the Italians are for tifying tho Do...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOTTLE GATHERERS & POTATO GROWERS—FOR THE EMPIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 27 March 1915

BOTTLE GATHERERS & POTATO GROWERS-FOR THE EMPIRE. On visiting the Hurdle Flat State School (Mr. R. H. Luke, H.T., the district in spector (Mr. R. W. Armitage) asked his usual introductory question, "What of the War?" The practical answer of those 15 or 16 youngsters caused the inspector to gasp with astonishment, and should act as a stimulant throughout Australia. Money isn't too plentiful around Hurdle Flat just now, so the little toilers brought rabbit skins and bottles. Eagerly as Mr. Luke worked on rabbit-oil! and bottle-oh! cash mounted up slowly. A council of war was held, and an Irish boy whispered the magic word "spuds." Enough said. Boys and girls each brought a dozen best seed potatoes, which were planted by both sexes in the school experimental plot. Future warriers turned up on high days and holidays to shepherd the glory of dear old Ireland. On January 20tk, right in the Xmas. holidays, the whole school turned up to dig that crop-wild horses could not have kept ...

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

.N.A. Conference. About 200 delegates from Victoriio branches of the A.N.A. attended the annual conference at Porb Fairy, which opnned on Tuesday of this week. The chief president (Mr. A. M. Taylor), was wolcotued by tho mayor, and satisfactory arrangements were made tor tho pleasuro atid comfort of the Urge body of men during their stay in the town. Mr. Taylor, in hia opening addtess, reviewed the progress made by the Association during the past yoar, and made special reference to the war and enlistment in Australia. The business sheet contained many matters of importance. The board of directors was instructed to formulate a scheme for presentation to the next annual conference for the establishment) of a fund to provide for tho payment of all benefit members contributions oq their attaining the age of G5.years. After a lengthy discussion it was decided, by 105 votes to 93, to reestablish the art union io connection with the fete on National day. It was decided to sup port the intr...

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

Local Produce Market. Koroit, Fridny. Potatoes.-This market has enspd off considerably during the past fow days owing to heavy supplies in Mel bourne. First "ratio are quoted at £4 per ton, second grade £3 15s, and cow feei^XS 10s. Deliveries continue good, hut the market is ralher unsettled at the prices quoted Onions.-There hns been a further decline in onions, anil first grade are now worth £5 per ton, second grade from £4, according to quality. A fair quantity of pickling outons have been sold for cow feed, and seem to be giving satisfaction. They are worth £'2 per ton. Hay is quoted at £9 per ton, and chaff £11. Most Sydney buyers have withdrawn from the Melbourne market. Heavy business has been done recently in that quarter with Tasmania, and last week about 22,000 bags were shipped from Tasmanian ports to Sydney, which had the effect of easing values. The weather is affecting the Ballarat dis trict, and grubs arn rather serious in the early crops, though the late ones are not...

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

DEATH. McLEOD.-At Kirkstall on 24th inst., Murdoch McLeod, aged 98 years. T. RUNDELL & SON, Undertakers.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE CROSSLEY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 27 March 1915

THE CROSSLEY MEETING. The patriotic meeting at Crossley on Monday night was successful, there being a large attendance. Stirling patriotic addresses were delivered by the Revs. J. Kerin and C. J. T. Martin, and it was agreed on the motion of Messrs P. Crowe and D. Lane to inaugurate a system similar to that in operation in Koroit. Collectors were appointed for Crossley and Killarney, and a collection and canvass for monthly donations pro duced good results. The meeting was most enthusiastic and sympathetic, and no doubt the movement will be well sup ported. At intervals songs were given by Mr Percy Smith and Master M. Shanley, and a recitation by Miss Mollie Farley.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Stock Markets. KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 April 1915

Stock Markets. KOKOIT. O'Brien Bros* report. Thursday, Aptil 1. Fair yarding of all classes, and a ready ealo. Pigs.-27 penned, which met a fair de mand at prices slightly better thau late ruling niti'fi. Wo sold all forward for MoBsra James Kelson, Sam. Hunt, and Alur rihy Bros, and quote host forward stores .10a, well grown sorts 25B Gd, small pigs -a Od to 5s. Shncp,-344 penned, Competition WftB firm throughout, and we sold every lot at auction at pricea slightly firinor than those ruling lately, for Mcaara Patrick Hogan priino lamba 21b Gd, 0. J. Dunne prime ewes 22* G<1, 1). Glecflon priino lamba 23s, prime nwea 22s, llobert 0' DonneM comeback lamb* )3h 3d, Daniel Gorman prime lamba 20fl, John Liuehan crossbred owes in for ward condition 14s 3d and 14s 8dt crossbred wcanera 12a 2d, Mrs M. A. Wilson cross* bred wuanera 11a 7d, uged comback owes 4a, comeback wethers nnd ewes 7a Id, John Millar crossbred weanera 12s Gd, John M'Leod, small wcanera iu low condition 2s 7d,...

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LADIES IN ILL HEALTH [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 April 1915

LADIES IN ILL HEALTH Consult the Ladies' College of Health, Phair's Building, 327 Collins Street, Mel bourne. The advice of the Lady Superintendent is free, and incurs no obligation upon those seeking it. Hundreds of testi monials from grateful patients in all parts of Victoria. Anyone unable to call for personal interview should send for special consultation form to Dept. 50, Ladies' College of Health, 327 Collins Street, Mel bourne. Chililrcu'a Huckiug Cough at Niglib, For Woods' Great Pepporn.iob Cure, la 6d. I

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Banquet and Presentation at Illowa. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 April 1915

Banquet and Presentation at Illowa. ! To show (heir appreciation of Mr. Wil | Ham Kiely's usefulness as a citizen about fifty gentlemen assembled in the lllowa | Mechanics' Hall on Thursday evening. On Tuesday next Mr. Kicly is to be mar ried to Miss Mary King, of Southern Cross. Mr. E. O'Toole presided, and the proceed ings were most enthusiastic throughout. An apology was received from Mr. Martin Iiourke. In proposing the toast of "The King," the chairman r.-ade appropriate reference to the struggle now going on between His Majesty's forces and an unscrupulous enemy, and said one of the most gratify ing manifestations was the loyalty and devotion shown by all classes of the King's subjects. Mr. W. J. Stevenson said it gave him great pleasure to propose the principal toast of the evening, that of" Our Guest," more particularly so a3 on this occasion it was relating to the most important event in his history. He bad known Mr. Kieiy since he was a very small boy, and the longer he kn...

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 — 3 April 1915

Racing Notes. Reports from fiandwick continue Blioiv Woornk in n favorable light, ills frionds nvcr Hint tho hrilliimt little chcstnut never showed to bettor ml vantngo in Ill's truck work. Further, it is claimed I hat. lie is noiv "quito a Jiorsn" compared to the fnilnrc we saw at Flfmington in March. It ni;iv lie so; but still, with his disappointing Victorian form still fresh ill memory, it is from this distance somewhat dilii cult to plnco explicit faith in him. It is not, bear in mind, suggested hero that thcro was no excuse for Woorak's fniluro in both tho Futurity Stakes and Newmarket Hnndicap. It is now well known that nt this time, Woornk was not paying particular attention to his mangor and a horse "off his feed'' cannot, of course, bo quite himself. ttightly or wrongly, my own idea o Woornk i9 thnt lie hns no partieuln fancy for a fight. Ho may, of eonr.r he good enough to win tho Doncnstoi from end to ond without being put t< t'lio test, but if it comes to a p...

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Mortlake Races. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 April 1915

Mortlake Races. Appended arc the weights for the Mort lake races, to be held today Trial Handicap-Kirk's Hope, 10.5; Florrie Moore, 0.1 ; Wairio, Coirnought, 8-7 ; Rupert Stuart, 8.0 ; Golden Gulf, 7.3 ; Mona Kirk, 7-0. Mount Shadwcll Handicap-Obi, 10.2 ; Asterbcrt, 9.5 ; Vodski, 9.3 ; Portico, 8. 13 ; Bouquetire, 8.8 ; King Kirk, 8.3 ; Zenalbin, 7.12; Silver Bullet, Major Eight, 7.11; \Villinga, 7.9 ; Laboona, Golden Gulf, 6.12 Marble Bar, G.10 ; Sotnbrous, Morning Dow 6.7. Ladies' Bracelet.--Vodski, Portico, 12.12; Kirk's Hope, 12.2; Graftondale, Major Eight 11.11; Spinlad, Interstate 11.6; Sustain, 10.13 ; Kirk Ora, Rupert. Stuart, 10.2 ; Parral, Golden Gulf, Sestra, 10,0. Flying Handicap-Portico, 9.9 ; Bou» quctire, 9.3; Ochre, 8 11; Kirk's Hope, Braggart, 8 9 ; Graftondale, Major Eight, Spinlad, 8.6; Interstate, 8.1; Florric Moore, 7-5 ; Coirnoughb, 7 2 ; Marble Bar, Mona Kick, Ruby Melrose, 0.7. Handicap Hack Race-Ruby Melrose, 10.9 ; Kirk Killcsse, 10.7 ; Wynne, 10.3 ; Hailst...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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The Kaiser's Secret Speech. MR. LE QUEUX'S REVELATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 April 1915

Kaiser's Secret Speech. MR. LE QUEUX'S REVELATIONS. No one who roads Mr. William Le Queux's book, .' German Spins in England," can have any further doubts as to tlin reality of the spy peril. The Government, Mr. Ln Queux's declares, havo been in possession for over six years of n secret speech niado by the Kaisor in 1908, in which ho announced his intention of making war on Greab Britain and crushing her, Tho speech was delivered to tho Secret Couucil at Potsdam, shortly after olio Zeppelin airship had been tested and proven successful, and in tho course of lb tho Kniser dropped the musk of hypocrisy and revealed his plans. Tho solution of thu acute internal problems of Germany caused by heavy taxation, and the growth of socialism and republicanism, the Kaiser declared lay in the waging of a successful war, which would mnke Goriuuny the first) power on earth, bolli in peace and war. How was this to bo achieved 1 "Willi Zeppolins," said tho War Lord, "we shall destroy Britain's North...

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PORT FAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 April 1915

PORT FAIRY. There was a good attendance at tlie race meeting held at Port Fairy last Satur day, and it is anticipated that about £130 will be raised for the Belgian Distress Fund. An afternoon tea stall was con ducted by Mrs. J. B. Holden, assisted by other ladies, and £7 3s 6J was raised from this source. A lolly stall was erected on the hill, over which Mesdames Powling, Whitehead, and Misses Whitehead, and Avery presided, and over £13 was realised there in the sale of confectionery, etc. Mr. T. Wilson had a busy afternoon with the dart game, and he was able to hand in £3 7s 6d as the result of his afternoon's labor. Mr. G. Wilson had charge of a sheep guessing competition, and over £5 worth of tickets were sold. Mr. H. G. Wilson and family donated £5 5s towards the purchase of trophies for the races. During the afternoon Mr. J. B. Holden sold a large Belgian flag, donated by Mr. S. Mott, and it realised the handsome sum of £6 gs. The flag was sold and resold until it reached the ...

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THE KOROIT FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 April 1915

THE KOROIT KUND. A cheque for £50 was forwarded by the treasurer of the local committee (Mr. W. J. Stevenson) on Wednesday to Mel bourne. Previously acknowledged ... £43 19 10 Collected by Mrs Ecclcs ...150 do Mrs R. Lawless ... 0 10 6 do MissPalon (Illowa) 0 15 0 do Mrs R. Oflicer ... 3 10 6 Presbyterian Sunday School (children's prize money) ... . 2 10 0 Koroit Co-Operativc Society ... 2 0 0

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DISTRICT NEWS. MORTLAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 April 1915

DISTRICT NEWS. MORTLAKE. Birds, particularly magpies, are dying in hundreds. The mortality is thought to be due to want of feed, resulting from the drought, but the cause is not definitely known around Mortlake. At the police court on Wednesday morning, before Messrs. T. Montgomery, T. M. Heron and Wells Brumley, J's.l'., the Terang and District Co-operative Society proceeded against Jack Hayes for the recovery of £6 9s 3d, for goods sold and delivered. Mr G. L. Archer appeared for the complainants, and stated that the purchases were made on January II and 20, for tobacco and cigarettes. The de lendant had committer! a contemptible fraud, for immediately after buying the goods he left the town and district, either taking the goods with him, or selling as a whole, keeping the money. Then to cover up his misdeeds he enlisted in the Expeditionary Forces, and subsequently came back to Mortlake, being promptly served with a summons. Hayes promised to pay the amount, admitting at the time...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 April 1915

WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS. The Latest Designs now open for inspection. CALL AND SEE THEM OR WRITE FOR PATTERNS. P. F. HARPER, ?House and Sign Painter. [ESTABLISHED 15 YKAKS.] TO PERSONS ABOUT TO BUILD. BEFORE CALLING ELSEWHERE CALL UPON OR WRITE TC SIMMONDS & HAIN, TIMSBS MESCMNTS Mi) CONTRACTORS, KOROIT, And get their Prlcos for all Kinds of Building: BXatorlal. Palings, Posts, and Rails, ami all kinds of Builder's Ironmongery. Timber Hinges T. and G. Piue Mouldings Doors Sashes Mantelpieces Drain Pipes Oils and Lead Gutter Tiles Galvanised Iron Spouting Ridging Bricks Roof Nails Lime Weights Wire Nails Sheet Lead Pine Weatherboards Grates Locks Glass Piping Stoves Putty Oament ESTIJIIHTES PHD DESIGNS PREPARED RT SHORTEST NOTICE, FREE. We have built: rind supplied nearly 1U00 "TURNER" BICYCLES to deliver His Majesty's M £.la throughout Victoria, aud all the other Commonwealth 8t»tes....This should interest you for our "TURNER" BICYCLES were aubjucted to the seve...

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AT ILLOWA. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 April 1915

AT ILLOWA. A meeting of the committee of the local movement in connection with the Belgian Relief Fund, was held on Monday evening. The secretaries had a statement prepared of the amount of money received which totalled £40 Is, of which £25 6s 4d was received from the sale of the truck of produce. A few contributions also came to hand in cash, and the balance, between £13 and £14, was taken at the social last week. The initial effort of the people of Illowa may be regarded as highly credit able, and much credit is due to the com mittee of management, whilst the lion, secretaries (Messrs. A. O. Warne and H. O'Toole) are deserving of much praise for their efforts in connection with the movement. At the social a very enjoyable vocal programme was gone through, the follow ing contributing-Speech, chairman; piano solo, Miss M. Dunne; songs by Messrs. Warne, Waterson. Gooden, Coates, Mar tin, Russell, and H. Gooden junr. During an interval in the proceedings, Mr. J. Caveny, in a few appro...

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Western District Factories A CALAMITOUS SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 April 1915

Western District Factories A CALAMITOUS SEASON". The balance shoots of three of our leading factories, ending-two of thetn on 31at December, and one on 31st) January-have just boen published, and they mako lamentable rending. Tha factories MUuled to-Culue, Cam pordown, and Glenormiston-are in the iniddlo of ihc cream of the district land ; and, usually, their summer balance sheets are just brimful of pro gress and record outputs. Buli the hand of the drought has fallen heavily upon thein, nnd thi'y havo this year, one and all, toshuw a rocord shrinkage. Wo had really no butter campaign, in the real senso of the word, last year. After the good rain, that followed in the middle of July, there was a bit of growth on the volcanic country, bub by September it was all gone. September was a dry month, and October, with its heat and dryness, was really sum mer. Olio day .he tomperaturo touohed 100. Novombor was just as dry, and almost as warm. Thoro wore days fol lowing days of beautiful bl...

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