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

Shire of Belfast. IENDERS aro invited till 10 JL o'Olock A.m. on FRIDAY, 9th April, for tlio following works:-(7) KorongaU lanes, (8) Cruickslmnk's Imio, (!)) Grundy's lano, (10) Yambuk township, (11) Fitzpatrick's lnno. (J. M. SCOIT, Shiro Engineer. MOTOR CAR FOR HIRE.' NEW 30 h.p. RUSSI3LL OAR, Seating Five, fivuilnblu day or night. Com* potent Driver. W. JENK/INSON, VICTORIA HOTEL, ICOROIT. 'Phono 21. TAILORING BUSINESS. Mil. P. GARTLAN wiahcB to inform tlio reflidents of Koroib and Surrounding Districts that he haa taken over tho Iin&i nefie formerly conducted in Commercial Road, Koroit, by the late John Cleary, and ia prepared to execute all orders entrusted to him iu a manner that cannot fail to give satisfaction regarding Material, Style, and Workmanship. A continuance of the support accorded to Mr. Cloary is solicited. P. GARTI.AN, TAILOR AND OUTFITTER KOROIT. WZXiIiIAIVE ABJOI-IE, E. I.. AEDI.IB, . BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS, WARRNAMBOOL, And COMMERCIAL ROAD, KOROIT....

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local Produce Market. Koroit, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 April 1915

Local Produce Market. Koroit, Thursday. Potatoes.-After gelling down to £3 10s. for first grade the market has recovered a little, and best quality arc now worth £3 15s, with stock feed at £3 5s. Deliveries have been light and the market quiet, the bulk of the tubers in this district having now been marketed. A large number of growers are also recognising that they will have to hold on to some for their own safety in feeding stock. The market is now firm at the figure quoted. Onions.-The market continues quiet at £4 10s. A considerable business has been done in picklers for stock feed, and the small ones are now practically cleared up. The price paid for this class was £2 5s. Hay-£10 per Ion was paid for hay on Wednesday, and that is now the ruling quotation. Chaff is worth £11 10s, and in small lota £12. The Minister for Railways announced last week that an application had been re ceived to have the Terang and Camper down districts declared a drought-stricken area, in order that th...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 April 1915

THE WAR. Il is reported by the Dutch trawler lliberma, which narrowly escaped a hostile seaplane's bomb, that a largo number nf German warships are mnv ing westward i i tho North Son. Tho spot nt which they were sighted indi cated thnb they Imd left cither Heligo land or one of tlm German estuaries. Angor is expressed in Grunt Britain nt tho sinking of tho llritisli steamer Falaba, which is regarded ns an net of almost incredible brutality, and will do moro to harden British resolution than liny previous deed. Scandinavian and Dutch newspapers nolo with droad nnd astonishment tho methods of the Germans in connection with the sinking of tho Falaba. "Where is tho chivalry," they ask, " which distinguished tho Emden and evokod tho eneuiy's appreciation." Correspondents of tho British papers in Holland refer to the persistent ru mors of a ehango of Gorman front in Bolgiuui, which, ib is alleged, has been made nocossary by tho fall of Przemysl and the pressure tho Allies are exert ing. I...

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

WARRNAMBOOL. O'Briou Bros, report Tuesday, March 30, Figs.-450 penned, of which 150 wore stares. Thorc was a brisk demand for all prims pens, and prices were slightly in ad vance oi late rates. Medium baconers were not in request excopt at lower rates, and stores of uli clusecs did not show any im provement. We sold 137 head for Messrs. John Kavaaagh £5 18s, Pat Walsh 71a, 02s, and '15s, Mrs. Patieeon 72s Gd, John Strain 70s Gd, Phil Mills 589 (3d, J. Gladman DO.s Gd, Patrick Gorman 80s Gd, John Johnstone 60s Gd, Patrick Noonan 05s Gd, Charles Kelson 02s, Patrick Hiekey 103s (;op price of the market), M. O'Shannessy 84s Gd and 7Gh Gil, H. Bodgers 84h and 70s, C. Koane G4h, J. Gallagher 74s Gd, IS. I)alto» 78s (id, S. Barlow 82s, James Holbrook 80s and (i5s Gd, H. Rodgers GSs, William Hulm 7Ga Gil and G8a, James Downey Jnr., 09s and 94s, J. Collins 63s Gd, Mrs. Caahell G7s, J. Walters 4Ss Gd, James McDonough 75s, and stores for Messrs. John Strain 2Gs, W. Leishman 28s, J. Watkins 31s...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Sixpenny Pops. SUCCESSFULLY INAUGURATED. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 April 1915

Sixpenny Pops. SUCCESSFULLY INAUGURATED. That t lie idea <>f holding sixpenny entertainments in nid uf the Belgian Belief Fund weekly in the Koroit Mechanics' I In] 1 found favor with re sidents was plainly demonstrated by iho largo number who attended the initial conci'rti oti Saturday evening last, All tho Boating accommodation wiib taken up, nnd uinny at tho buck of tho linll had to ho content) with stand ing room. In spito of tho low ml mission charge, receipts amounted to £8 18B, and as expenses were light the profit will amount) lo about £8, which uiOBt bo very gratifying to the promoters. Tho programme brought out several performers who had not proviously appeared beforn tho publio iu that capacity, nnd their efforts to ontortaiu gnvo pleasing results, wliilo tho snmo may bo said uf tho old favor itos. A good porcentngo of the items were of a patriotic nature, nnd encores woro numerous. Judging by tho np plauso one of tho most popular items wns n song, " Austral...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 April 1915

Koroit Weekly Sale. 'THURSDAY, APRIL S. 07 !_> RIEN BROS, wil Soli by Public XJ Auction on above date, when thoy will offer OATTLK. SHEEP. PIGS. HORSES. SUNDRIES. Jiuker, in first class order Special Buyer for strong, well-grown STORES in attendance Warrnambool Corporation Yards. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7. 01 DRIEN BROS, will Soil by Public J_> Auction, at the Corporation Yards, on the abovo date the following CATTLE: 6 Prime Cows 4 choice Dairy Cows 10 Heifers, 2 years old SHEEP. 50 Prime Crossbred Ewes and Wethers 40 Crossbred Weaners, in good order HORSES ' SUNDRIES. TUESDAY. APRIL 6. FAT & STORE PIGS. SOUTHERN CROSS. SATURDAY, 24th APRIL. CLEARING SALE OF DAIRY HERD, ETC. 05T5RIEN BROS, and A. MACB'AR XJ LANE & Co., (Agents in con junction), have beeu instructed by Messrs. Murrihy Bros, to Sell by Auction on the Farm, Southern Cross, on the above date The whole of their Dairy Herd, Horses, Implements, etc. Full particulars later. .FRIDAY, 9th APRIL. GENUINE CLEARI...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 April 1915

ru P Furniture for tine Cottage or the Mansion. Only first-class workmen em "ployed at our Factory. One trial will convince you of the superiority of our goods. GIVE US THAT TRIAL. E. B. PHILLIPS, L1EBIG SY&EET WAfifiNAMBOOL !T TIBZBEil IISSCK&HT, 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. Thfi Skst-Tiis LflSSijpSSt MACHINES ARE SOLD BY A LOCAL FIRM. PBICES: £3 10s. TO £9 ISs. Lo*t Guarnnttc. EASY TEBHS. T«Ud and Found THE BEST. U an nil over th< Commonwealth. WARD BROS., 36-38 Errol St., North Melbourne Hie Comfort of Thousands of Housewives. They save more money and do more work with 1cm labor than any other muchines on the markrt, and you can't wear thtm out* Ward Bros. "Almost" Won't do. You want t...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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General Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 April 1915

General Summary. Lord Rothschild, the well-known fmnn cicr, is dead. Mrs. Ross, of Daylcsford, on Sunday gave birth to triplets. Lcitch Pictures next Tuesday night in stead of Monday. A thousand London school tcachcrs have 1 joined the colors. Dairy cows brought £10 10s at Trafalgar market on Saturday. Mr. Frank Lodge left Koroib oarly this week for Broadmcadows. Income tax has been levied in Franoe this year for the first time. General De Wet has been committed for trial on a charge ot treason. Half the world doesn't know how the other half can live much longer, Ottowa reports that five judges arc seek ing to go to the front with tho Canadians. The telephone has been installed between . New York and San Francisco-3400 miles. I It has been announced that the Premier's j Conference will meet in Sydney on May 10. In connection with the Mortlakc races to-day a special train will leave Koroib Ht 9.50 a.m. Owing to the high price of horse feed Mr. J. A. Nayler has bought a motor car for ...

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THE Koroit Sentinel AND Tower Hill Advocate. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING APRIL 3. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 April 1915

AND ftmt'fr |HU ^dvocutc PUBLISHED EVERT s&Ttraa&T . SATUBDAY MORNING APRIL 3. Current Topics. A holiday attraction in Koroit will be the visit to the town on Easter Monday of the Coldstream lady cricketers, from Mel bourne, who will play the local Kia Ora team in Victoria Park, on Easter Monday. In the evening a complimentary social will be tendered to the visitors, at which there will be first-class music and a grand supper. The charge for admission to the social will be gentlemen 2s 6d, and on lookers is. A charge of 6d will be made to the match. It is considered certain by members sitting on both sides of the Legislative Assembly that there will be some candid criticism of the administration of the Peacock Ministry when the Legislative Assembly meets. The House will be called together on April 20, and it is thought that the criticism will begin on the following day. It has yet to be decided by the Opposition what action it will take, but some members of the party...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Belgian Relief Fund. CROSSLEY AND KILLARNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 April 1915

Belgian Relief Fund. CROSSLEY AND KILLARNEY. The committee of Crossley and Killar ney residents formed for the purpose of assisting to relieve the distress in Belgium has mapped out a comprehensive plan of work, and during next week a house to house canvass will be made by collectors in the localities named. Residents will be asked to contribute periodically while the war lasts, and it is expected that a creditable sum will be raised by this means. It is intended to hand over each monthly collection to the treasurer of the general fund established at lvoroit. Al ready the following amounts are in hand : -Collection at public meeting, £4 iSs 2d ; proceeds of sheep raffled (donated by Mr. M. Gleeson, Killarney), £7; proceeds of sale of turkey donated by Miss M. Dunne, Killaniey, £1 4s.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 April 1915

WARRNAMBOOL. O'Brien Bros, report: Tuesday, April 6. Pigs.-230 penned. Competition for all classes in the early sales was, notwithstand ing the short supply, very irregular, and prices 10s per head lower. However, CIob* ing sales improved and prices ruled at tho finish equal to late rates; Wo sold 39 for Messrs. John Naughtou 87« 6dt Joseph Gapes 99s (top price of the market), Mrs. Paticson 77s 6d, R. Farley 94e, Patrick Hickey 97s,N. McKinnon 89s 6d, and stores for Messrs- P. Fish 34s, Patrick Lano 28s, VV. Jenkins 18s Gd, and Mrs. John Carroll 32s 6d. Quotations :-Prime bacon pigs 87a to 99s, good do 78s to 85s, light weights 70s to 75s, backfatters 65s to 959, best forward stores 28s to 38a Od, well grown sorts 15s to 22s, slips 8s to 12s Gd, smaller sorts 2s to 5s. Wednesday. Sheep.-550 penned. A brisk demand for all classes at prices quite on a par with iato rates. Prime wethers made 18s 6d to to 21s 4d, good do 16s 6d to 17s Gd, primo crossbred ewes 15s Gd to 19s, prime lambs ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Stock Markets. KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 April 1915

Stock Markets. | i IC0K01T. O'Bricu Bros. report Thursday, April S. Pigs.- Only two potiB forward, which sold for Messrs J. Galvin Ma, and John Muloney 38a Od. Sheep.-282 penned, and as thoso wcro principally fat sheep, ccmpatition was good, and priccB quito equal to luto ruling rates, Wo sold 247 for Mossrs William Huhn fat Iambs 14s and Ms 6(1, E. Troliopo aged comoback owes fin 7d, 7«. and 10s Od, cross bred owes 10a, William Bonnott small cross bred weanora 103, Ah. Baulch primo como back ewes 15s (3d, John Broderick primo crossbred ewes 1GB 2d, NV. Gibson prime crossbred owes IHh 8d, Thomas Dwycr primo crossbred ewes 15s 6d, John Unchun cross bred owes in forward condition 12<i Id. Cattla-97 yarded. A faw prime cows sold readily at full values. IMcehy cowo also mot good competition at full rates. Duiiy cattle wcro not in request, and store entile were hard to quit except at low rates. We sold 82 hoad for Mensrs D. Gleeson exors M. J. Dunne, Thomas Bourke, Dauiul Case...

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Racing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 April 1915

Racing Notes. ; r When the opponents of the totnh .c.tor comIcud i» support ol. their ,'im (lint (ho machine will <lo away / 4ill, the big bettor they are really ??strengthening "le argument 1,1 !RV" , o"r of the "lot-." JC '»»f'»e :will reduce the opportunities at the <-"l"n"crs" SO much Hie better, for | iLy nro and always have been ^mism.co on the turf. The race bourse is well rid of them. Tho. jniiii who i* always rushing round'| milting hundreds on this candidate, to ll,o iinnoyar.ee, and very often to tho of owners also, aro not likely . ],(, so much in evidence with tho . 'bookmakers out of the way, and rac ,nir would he benefited in many ways «if llio operations of tbo plungers | S&onUI be curtailed. i It is urged that the man who pays | I, long price for a yearling and goes - :4k, the trouble and expense of hav ,i horse prepared for a cup, is ijnititled' to top price when ho iTW"nkes his goods to market. Quito , U(> Hut at the end of the yea...

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WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 April 1915

WARRNAMBOOL. The celebration of the golden jubilee of Rev. Mother Mary Katherine, Superioress of St. Ann's Convent, took place at Warr nambool on Wednesday-a day which will be long remembered as a red letter day in the annals of the Sisters of Mercy. "The celebration commenced very appro priately with High Mass in the graceful chapel attached to St. Ann's Convent. Punctually at ten o'clock the Bishop (Dr. Higgins), supported by the Rev. J. M. Shannahan, took his seat in the sanctuary. In the Mass Rev. Father McAuley was celebrant, Rev. Father Kerin deacon. Rev. Father Gallagher sub-deacon, Rev. Father Logan master of ceremonies. The seat of honor was occupied by the Venerable Jubilarian, and occupying various stalls and seats were the sisters of the Convent of St. Anns, and about fifty sisters from the branch houses. The centre of the chapel was reserved for past and present pupils and relatives, who came from Bal larat, Terang, Koroit, and other districts, as well as locally. The R...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 April 1915

Xt is the Resolve to obtain tho GENUINE SANDER EU CALYPTI EXTRACT, which will procure for you a remedy of storliog value, and will protect) you from having your health in jurod by ono of the inaoy crude oila and ao-calicd" Extracts," whioharo nowpalmod off by unscrupulous dealers as "just as Rood/' and which arc. according to authentic medical testimony, very depre&siog to the heart. Tho GENUINE SANDER EX TRACT is abaolutejy no«injuriouB, and brings instant relief in headache, fuvcrs, colds, lung and stomaoh troublos, and its great antisoptic powers protect from future infection. Ulcers, wounds, t>urn£, sprains, are healed without inflammation: SAN DER'S EXTRACT is endorsed by the highest medic&l authorities, and is unique in its effect-purity, reliability, and safety are its distinguishing qualities. Therefore, get tho GENUINE SANDER EXTRACT - ioeiot, if you havo to-but got it and do irvo tho benefit. . Recently a resident of the Wallati dis trict sent five pairs...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Koroit Borough Council. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 April 1915

Koroit Borough Council. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1915. The usual monthly mootiog of tlio Koroit Borougb Council was held on Wednesday evening Inst, when thero wero presont:-Crs. Duffus (in the chair), M. Bnurke, Skilbeck, P. Bourko , Stovonson, Wilkinson, Sim monds. CORRESPONDENCE. From tho Country Roods Board, stating tlmb in connection with works carried out under the provisions of the Country Roads Act it will bo necos sary to provide for the insurnnco of workers against liability under tho Workers' Compensation Act 1914, by the contractor,-The chairman said it might be necessary to insure workmen ongaged in ordinary contracts, by in serting such a provision in tho specifi cations.-It was pointed out that such is provided for in tho local contracts. From the Country Firo Brigades' Board, intimating that the probable expenditure in tho Southern Fire Dis trict is estimated at) £2129 for the year onding 31sb December, 1915, and the contribution payable by tho muni cipality of Koroit is £...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE WAR. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 April 1915

THE WAR. London, Thursday, A native fired on the Sultan of Egypt aa be was leaving the palace at) Cairo od Thursday. The assailant baa been arrested. The SultaD, who pre served » calm demeanour throughout, received an ovation from the populace. Germany has agreed to pay full damages in respect to the sinking of the American ship William Frye. A Rome message states that a semi official Note issued there confirms the report that an agreement between Serbia and Italy has bees reached, by which Italy does nob oppose" Serbia's claim to an unfortified outlet on the Adriatic. The Note adds :-Italian diplomacy in the Balkans conforms in all points with that of the Triple En tente. A Belgian official message states that the Belgians have completely expelled the Germans from the western side of Yser River and the Drieghrachten re gion. The Germans suffered heavy losses, and fled in disorder, abandoning machine guns and ammunition, Russia's legions are pouring tbrongh the passes of the Carpatn...

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Jubilee Fair. UNDER AUSPICES S. PAUL'S CHURCH, KOROIT, [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 April 1915

Jubilee Fair. DBR AUSPICK8 Si PAUL'S CHURCH, KOROIT, | To commemorate tlio 60t!i anniver sary of S. Paul's Church of England, Koroit, a series of colebrationi have been arranged. The first of these-a jubilee fair-took place in the Me chanics' hall on Thursday and yester day. Tomorrow morniog and evening tho Bishop ol Ballarat) (Dr. Green) will conduct tho service at S. Paul's, and a number of young people will bo confirmed. On Tuesday evening next an illusttatcd lecture will be given by His Lordship in the Mechanics' hall, on "Sotno Cities of the Warring Na tions." At the Bishop's request), half tho proceeds from this will be devoted to assisting tho Servians, many of whom aro in as destitute a condition as the Belgians. Although tho attendance at the fair was not so good as was desired, n vory satisfactory business was donn, The various stalls had been vory effectively decorated, and presented a very pretty nppearanco. Those in charge of tho stalls were as follow : Cako stall-Mrs. ...

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Sunday Corner. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 April 1915

Sunday Corner. L»v " Radiatok." Surely it is tho mistake of our life that we curry our burdens instead of blind ing them over lo God; that wo worry instead of trusting. Tlio time wo spend in prayer is per haps better spent than in any otber way. Would that our piety might leave its mark 011 our neighborhoods, and the memory linger long after we have passed away. The certainty of our salvation rests on tho diameter of God. The restlessness and haste which characterise the present age must not ba allowed to affect our service for God ; for thereby tho progress of tho gospel will bo hindered rather than helped. The Word of God is sweeter than the honeycomb; luscious to the sanctified tiste; enlightening to the dimming eyes ; strength-giving tn the weary. One sin mastered, one temptation resisted, one duty performed, is dearer to God than the most costly sacrifices that were ever piled upon the altar. If there is no taste for the " written'' Word, it any be assumed that the "living" Wor...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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General Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 April 1915

General Summary. There arc 20,000 motor cars in Victoria. Mr Baird, M.L.A., for Ballarat West, has enlisted. An ounce of sincerity is worth a ton of blarney. Rugby football is to be abandoucd in Victoria this year. 104 British merchantmen have gone down and under since the war began. British losses in the war during the month of March totalled 20,000., Mr. G, Sangstcr, M.L.A. for Port Mel bourne, died at Sydney on Thursday. Mr and Mrs Henry Stead, Melbourne, have thirty-five relatives at the front. Belgian rose day in Melbourne resulted in a sum ol nearly £6000 being collected. Women naturally have cleaner minds than men ; they changc I hem so often. Millars' timber mills in West Australia have closed down ; 1000 men are affected.' A. E. Stoddart, the famous international cricketer, has committed suicide in London. Fifteen farm horses in the Bnthursl dis trict have died through gorging Ihcmsclvos with wheat. Britain's revenue for tho past twelve months shows an increase of nearly ei...

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