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WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 April 1915

WARKNAMBOOL. O'Brien Bros, report: Tuesday, April 13. Pigs.-3U0 ponnod, of which about 100 woru stores. A brisk demand for all prime pens, bub middling sorts allow no alteration. Stores wcro slightly better than of lute, und prijes show a small increase. Wo sold ^10 for Mcflnrn. Henry Bartlott 71a, 60a, and 85s, William Hulm 67h, 76s Gd, George Drayton 83h, 58s, Mrs. B. Fischer 81s 7d, 0. R, Tulloh (Appelby's dairy) GGa 6d, John Mahony 89a Gd, M. Moroney 96a, M. McNa mara 74B, R. Dixon 88*, M. Kelly 94a Gd, R. Bishop 86a 6d, Patrick Welsh 76B, J. J. Gleeson 73a, Jamea Carey 56a Gd, U. O'Koofe 55a 6d, Roger Lane 80s anil 54a, John Ryan 50a Gd, J. Dixon Junr., 513a, Jamos Downey Junr., 90a, 92a 6d, Len Bourko 5Ss tid, J. Bartlott 52s, J, H. Bcuce 59a, Daniel Gor man 79a Gd, J. Ryan 62a Gd, aud stnrea for Mesars. P. Dohuity 37a. Alfred Gentlea 29a, and G. R. Eldridge 29s. Quotations Prime bacon piga 90a to 99a, odd ones ti £5 4a, good piga 80a to 88a, light weights 72a Gd to 78a, mediu...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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DANCE AT KIRKSTALL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 April 1915

DANCE AT KIRKSTALL. At the suggestion of Rev. Fr. Kerin, the ladies of Kirkstall, with Misses Kelly and McVeigh as lion, secretaries, organised a dance in aid of the Belgian fund. This was held last week and proved most suc cessful, the not prolit being £u. The ladies are grateful to Mr. Norman for the use of his flags for embellishing the hall. Messrs Hulm and O'Connor, assisted by Messrs. Artis, J. Mclnerney, and T. Wise man, provided the music. During the evening songs were rendered by Misses Gill, Bence, Pallas, Kelly, Wilkinson, and Gorman.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Stock Markets. KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 April 1915

Stock Markets. KOKOIT. O'Brien Broa. report*. Thursday, April 15. Small yurdingu of all classes, and i brink eule. Pige.-Only 111 poimrnl, which sold at rate* slightly better Ihtui of late, for .Messrs M. Green 3s, 5s, and 3£>a, M, Mungavin 7« Oil, J, McCarthy *28a, Sheep.--IH8 penned. Biddingu wuio very spirited, all iota being ruadily BUICI at. pricnu it) advance of lale rates, for Me*tira D, O'Kcofo prime tiheop 'J5h, lambs His Od, John Farthing murino wethers llin Od, J, 0. Kyun motino wethora IOH -Id and 16s Od, Iambs 15h 7d, John Rynn primo lambs 20« and *2{}A Od, and U. O'Oowd primo crossbrod QWl'U 120s 1 id. Catth;.-97 yarded. A few medium fat cows wore easily sold at high ratou. Tlieru i was bribk competition for all choice spring ing cows and huifera, and pricoa wore well in advaucu of lata ruling rates. Store cattle of nil clnfiHOH aleo met a ready sale at im proved values. We sold 80 head for Messrs 15, M'Cosh, W. A. Leddiu, C. llyan, 15. Trollop?, John Gapes, L. Hoga...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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SOCIAL AT KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 April 1915

SOCIAL AT KOROIT. A social organised by ladies, of which Miss Duffus anil Miss Dunne were the honorary secretaries, took place in the Mechanics' Hall, Koroit, on Wednesday evening. The social was of a most suc cessful nature, as there were 75 couples 011 the floor, and about £7 will be handed over to the treasurer of the Belgian fte licf 1'urid. The l;on. secretaries are wofthy qf the tjreatost praise for the manner in which the arrangements were carried out. The hall was nicely de corated, and the refreshments were first- , class.

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Racing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 April 1915

Racing Notes. By "Klcminglon." Until ilm "National" .sonson tomes round, tht-ro will ho no more import ant racing about- Melbourne, 'I'ln* Birthday meeting in .limn is n fixture that generally attracts horses (if a toir rial*, especially jumpers, hut it is never of more tliim local interest-. From now until the Jumping chmpnign, wo will then havo Lo lie content with .spurt of ino'lornto variety. Though Virion,in buyers did noL buy as freely as usual at tlio Sydney year ling sales this iiutiinin, ii few well-hred young oil'*: wore seemed for this .State. Anions tire buynrs was Mr H, Ainu Ci'i rie, who Rave 700 guineas for n colt by Downsliirc (son of Ayrshire), from Wig elmar, dam of -Master Koote, Norragnnn and other good winners. Wigelmur if a benutihilly brod innro, being by Hell (if J'ortlnnd from Ktrn Weenie. Wigcl mar won tlm Debutant StnkoK as a two year-old, but, raced very littlo nttoi' wards. It H'ill bo sceir thnt on the dams side. Mr Oniric's purchase is a monitor of n gr...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 April 1915

Koroit Weekly Sale. THURSDAY, APRIL 22. 07 l) RIKN BROS, wil Soli by Public 13 Auction on above date, wbeo Ibcy will offer CATTLE. 5 Prime Cows from Koronguh .1 Choice Dairy Cows, guaranteed 4 Choice Dairy lleifsre, io good condi* tion J 5 Store Cows SHEEP. 00 Prime Cioasbrtd Ewes ami Wethers 20 Extra Prime Ewes and Wether* 100 Crossbred Wethers, 4-tooUi, in i;ood condition 3U Prime Lamba PIGS. HOUSES. SUNDRIES. Special Buyer for strong, ffeU«grown STORES iu attendance Warrnambool Corporation Yards. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 21. 07 ORIKN BROS. will Sell by Public Jj Auction, at the Corporation Yards, on the above date the following CATTLE: 5 prime Cow* from Yaogery 1U store Cows in good order 4 dairy Cows, guaranteed SHEEP. 40 prime Ewes and Wethera 30 do Lambs HORSES SUNDRIES. TUESDAY. APRIL 2'J. FAT & STORE PIGS. SOUTHERN CROSS. SATURDAY, 24th APRIL. CLEARING SALE OF DAIRY HERD, ETC. 05I1RIEN BROS, aud A. MACKAR JD LANE & Co., (Agent? in con junction), have been instructed ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 April 1915

FURNITURE AT PHILLIPS". Furniture- for tjfio Cottage or the ,:..^-.|4absion. 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, LIEBIG STSMT WA&&MMB00L TIIVXBEH. MEBCHANT, 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 Bock Insurance Co. The Best Ci* SEWING MACHINES ARB SOLD BY A LOCAL FIRM. PRICES: £5 10s. TO £9 15s. Len( Guarantee. EASY 'EMS. TMted and Fount! THE BEST. I» km all over the Commonwealth. The Comfort of Th5ii«aad3 of Housewives. They save more money and do more work with less labor than any other machines on the market, and yea can't wear them oat. Ward Bros. WARD BROS., 30-38 Errol St.,North Melbourne "Almost" Won't do, You ...

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Melbourne Pig Market. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 April 1915

Melbourne Pig Market. Adatnson, Stretllc and Co., 3<J6 Bourke Si., Melbourne, report this week's pig matkct as follows: yarded. stores-Large yarding which sold at last week's prices. Porkers.-The demand was very good throughout, and priccs decidedly belter than last week. Prime he^vy aHs to 42s, extra to 48s, prime medium 31s to 36s, prime light *26s to 2Us. Baton pigs.-Primc quality again sold readily at prices equal to lust week, but half iat and inferior sorts were very dull of sale &t slightly lower prices. Prime heavy ? S5s to 95s, a few exceptionally choice making up to £5 5s, prime medium 70s to 80s, prime light 60s to 68s, second quality and half fat from 45s. Backfatters.-Although the supply was only a moderate one a (air number of prime quality pigs were forward. The demand was very keen at slightly higher prices Extra heavy sows £6 10s to £9, prime weighty 15s to £5 os, second quality from 65s, rough and staggy sorts from 50s.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE [?]oroit Sentinel AND [?] Hill Advocate. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNINGBNINO APRIL 17. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 April 1915

ffrait Jtititncl ASU ftmm' *UU 2UUwatc. I'UDLIHHKD KVBUT SATURDAY SATUBDAY MOBNINO APRIL 17. Current Topics. Oncc again Leitch's arc out wiiU on extended programme, to be presented neit week, which consists of all the dif ferent classes of pictorial efforts which the various ^producers evolve in the force of competition at the present day. The views depicting the Australian forces in Egypt must be a big attraction in itself, apart from the other excellent films. Tiic full programme as usual appears jn our advertising columns. in answer to an inquirer at Rainbow the Defence authorities statu that if parcels are sent to the Defence Depart ment, addressed " Officer Comtnanding Australian Base Depot, Cairo," and in scribed " I'or use of (hen: mention the corps}," they vrilt be lor warded to Lgypt, and will, if possible, be delivered az re quested. No guarantee can be given tb»t they will reach a particular corps, jl thoufb the senders may rest assured that they vill be delivered to Eota...

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Macarthur Races. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 April 1915

Macarthur Races. The lollovviug handicaps have been de clared lor the above races, to be held to day : Uurdlc Kane.-Maslcrpicuc. 10.!li, Dal muir 10 0, Miss (Jabber 8.11, Ochre 0.9, Albintiah, J.G.D., Glemaohr 9 7 J.11,15. O'S, Jock 'J.3, Rawka, Miss Maearthur 0.0. Trial Handicap-Miss Uabber 0.5, Phan tasm 8.10, I'irsl Scot, Miss Birat 8.7, Lylocfc 7.5,Photo Kaivka 7.1). Handicap.-Major Eight 0.10, Ochre 8.6, Dal muir 8,2, Miss Merriang 7.'J, Komato. J.D.G 7.0. Klying Hdp-Major Eight 10 3, Ochre 0.2, Phantasm 7.12, First Scot 7 7, Miss Sirat 7.7, Miss Merriang 7.3, lllowa 7 0. Pony tf ace.-Sylvia 0.12, 45 yds bhd., lilthain 0.7, 45 yds blid, Unicorn 9 7,35yds tflid, Sylvie 8.0, 30 yds bhd, The Hero 0 0, 30yds bhd, Thunder Lass 0.0, 25yds bhd, Sampson 8.7, 20 yds bhd, Moe Laes 8 7.20 yds bhd, Mias Dean 80,10yds bhd, Remiss 8 7, 10yds bhd. Lady Uyroro 8.0, 10yds bhd, Simmeretto 8.0, scr. Trot,-'Tricks, (lexie, Rex, Annie ClovCi Oregon, Le Car, Koyal Hose, Scorpioij, Principal Junior, ...

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HISTORY OF THE CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 April 1915

HISTORY OK THE CHURCH. Ill the early fifties, lone before Koroit) was a township, Tower Hill was the central home of the tenant farmers, owing to the Survey bein« let out, in farms, and also the hill overlooking I he iheii picturesque lake and islands of Koroit. The Church of KnRlanfl established her first, church in th» district, on land secured from the Govern ment of the day. The buildinc was iin ported from Kngland, and was a splendid piece of workmanship so far as the wood work was concerned, and the timbers were of the soundest grown, as was proved when in 1873 the building was removed to Koroit, where it still forms part of the back portion of the present vicaraee at Koroit, and the beams arc as sound as ever. Bishop 1'erry appointed the Kev. L. A. Baker to the parish, and his ministration extended from ISm to 1870. He won the hearts of the whole community, for he was indeed friend, doctor, lawyer and priest to all. Owing to uld age and infirmity he retired to end his days in...

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KILLARNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 April 1915

KUURNEY. Since the fall of rain farmers have been busily engaged sowing barley and oats to provide winter feed for dairy herds. Messrs Scott Bros., who,were in occu pation of Mr J. W. Anderson's old Plow Inn farm here, have removed to Grasmere to take up dairying on the share system, with Mr. Robinson ol' that place. Other removals are to take place at the end of the present monih. The marriage of Hiss Catherine (Kitty) White, of the Survey (sister of Mrs. Con. Murphy), and Mr. William Kearney, eldest son of Mrs Mary Kearney, of Tower Hill, was celebrated last;Wetlnesday wcet at the Koroit R.C. church. The young couple will reside at Tower Hill. Mr. Jer. Mahoney, o.{ Crow ley, has pur chased Mr. T1\qs. liwyer's farm of 61 acres at Koiongah, tile highly satisfactory price of £35 being paid. The Tower Hill creamery is closed down for the present, supplies having run out. The few suppliers who have railk now cart it to Crossley until the creamery re-opens. The manager (Mr. Hector Kruge...

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PORT FAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 April 1915

PORT FAIRY. Mr H. S. Bailey, M.L.A., has been in formed that tenders for a new State school at Aringa will be invited next week. The fishermen's art union in aid of the Belgian relief fund will result in a profit of £15 lis 6d. The drawing will take place to-night. Owing to representations made by Mr. H, S. Bailey, M.L.A., the Bessiubelle and Caramut free libraries have been allotted the sum of £30 and £40 respectively out of the grant for building purposes. Butchers have much to contend against, and one local firm had to suffer the loss of a beast through the flesh being tainted owing to the animal being recently partly fed on onions. A good number of eases of a general kind were admitted to the local hospital this week. The decision of the directois to close down the Yatnbuk butter factory has come as a great surprise after the annual meeting declared in favor of carrying on, even if a small loss resulted, the bank being agreeable to advance the amount. The factory will be closed ...

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St. Paul's Church Jubilee. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 April 1915

St. Paul's Church Jubilee. The Jubilee service in conncction with the above church was held on Sunday moraine*, when there was a large congrega lion. The prcachcr was the Bishop of bat* larat, the Kigbt Kev. Dr. Green, who look his text Irom 10 Hebrews, verses 35 and 36, and gave a very ttloqucnt address in which he mentioned nuny things connected with the church during the last 60 years. The report of the s«vmon will appear in our next issue. In the evening the church was so crowded that extra seats Vind to be provided for many of the congregation. The Bishop adminis trated Ihe rite of confirmation to a number of male and female candidates. In address* ititx fhe candidates and thr congregation the Bishop took for his text the words " called, chosun, and faithful/' and gave a most in teresting and forcible address, which was attentively listened 'o Jubilee Sunday hnd been made the day to receive offerings to assist in paying off what remains of the debt lately incurred lor the enlar...

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Trafalgar. Trafalgar, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 April 1915

Trafalgar. (Krum an Esteemed Corrcspomlcnl.) Trafalgar, April 12. About tile middle of last week prime Carmens were worth £5 10s, but by the end of the week prices had drppntd to £4 105 and £4 15s. The strwse part of it is that stock feed was only a few shillings a toil behind in value. Large quantities remain to be dug, but from now onward growers will give them no rest. If prices are not satisfactory the potatoes can be pitted after the splendid fall of rain with, which the district has been blessed. Dpwn, your way, however, ac^ding to official report, the fall han been' much heavier, but local iicople arc thankful. Very little buying is don.e here in the potato line, for the most part the produce being for warded. Up to last week tftere was 110 inspection here, but an inspector arrived a few days ago. The prices mentioned in these letters are Melbourne prices. In the fat cattle line Gippsland has been far from exhausted by the drought. On Easter Saturday a large number of f^t sto...

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To THE EUITOIt. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 April 1915

To THE EUITOIt. Sir,-Enclosed please find cheque valued £15 3s 6d, which kindly place to the credit of the Belgium Relief Fund. This amount represents the proceeds of sale of lamb at our yafdij, Jioroit. The lamb was donated by Miss Riddell, of Kirkstall. yours, etc., ' ' ' O'BRIEN BRQ5, |Clie<tuc received and acknowledged above.)

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BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 April 1915

BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. Since last issue the above fund has been augmented by receipts from various sources. The Koroit ladies are now making their monthly collector., and it is to be hoped they wiil be well received by all in order to make the task as pleasant as possible. The second monthly instalment of £50 will be forwarded by the treasurer (Mr. W. J. Stevenson) to Melbourne at an early date. The fund now stands as follows: Previously acknowledged .. £54 10 10 Raffle of sheen by Mrs D, Mad tl.-i) ar,q Mrs l. lJij.on 200 Collected atKillarney by Misses M. O'Brien and M.O'Kcefe 4 5 3 Raffle of box of tea value i'l, presented by Mrs. Watt ... 710 Collected by Mrs J. Officer ... 4 10 0 Sale of lamb (see below) ... 15 3 6

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DISTRICT NEWS. COLAC. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 April 1915

DISTRICT NEWS. COLAC. A Colac correspondent writes intercbt inK1 y about the conditions of agricultural matters in connection with tile drought. One farmer who lias a place at Wagga (N.S.W.) as well as at Colac, lias experi enced a trying time endeavoring to keep his stock alive. But for lucerne irrigated from the Murrumbi'lgee river this would not have been possible. The lucerne failed only about a month ago, the reason assigned being the cold weather. The owner then toured New South Wales for a week in search of grass for the Wagga cattle, and obtained a paddock in the Richmond district, 8| miles from Sydney and 352 miles from Wagga. At Colac the drought has been severe, and the position is still serious, although there has been a line fall of rain ol over an inch. There is not much seed in the ground, however, to n.akc the grass shoot quickly. Cows are dying everywhere on account of the cold' nights. . One dairymen bought 60 tons of pickling onions to feed cows, as well as chaff,...

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YARPTURK. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 April 1915

YARPTURK. The drought has broken at last, and a bountiful season is now assured. The milk supply here is now practically nil. Many of the young men front this dis trict are at present in Gippsland potato digging, and as crops are good there they report that they arc making good cheques. Great regret was expressed when the death of Mr. Michael Hurley became known here. The deceased was a native of the locality and was universally re spected. He was only 39 years of age, and leaves a widow and six children, the youngest being only a few months old. The funeral took place on Sunday after noon, the place of interment being Tower Hill, and ithe large gathering testified to the respect and esteem in which the de ceased was held.

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Port Fairy Football Club. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 April 1915

I Poi't Fairy Football Club. Tlio anuual mooting of tlio above wns held on "Wednesday evening. The reooipts Tor llio year were £,)'7 5s llil, unil exponses .CG7 3B lid, leaving a credit bulnnco of .£10 ISm. It was stutcd that live playors had enlisted in tlio expeditionary forces. £2 2s was voted to the Haitian fund. Gents.' tickets worn fixed at 2b Gd und ladies' at) Is. It was decided to commenco practieo at onco. The question of changing the colors of the uniform was alludoJ to, it boing remarked tint the o!ub Had litUo luck sinco it ch..nged its colors from bluo and wliito to yellow and black. As it would cost over .EG to procure now uniforms, no action was taken. Tlio Yambuk football toain will play its iirai match of the season against Mfc, Ecclea to-day, on tlio Yambuk ground, when a i?ood gatno ia expected, Tlio Yumbuk olub will ha\o a good team this yenr, and W;th practice should be a tmrd combination to boat, and it in likely that the club will enter into a competition wit...

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