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WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 1 May 1915

WARRNAMBOOL. O'Brioo Bros, roport;: Tuesday, April 27. Pigs-401 penned, of which 180 were stores. Prima bacon pij>8 ruled firm at last week's rates. Medium aorta were easier, and stores wore dull: Wo 3old 18G for Messrs Martin Purcell 76s, Con. Conway 793, P. 0'Grady 77a, W, Kimm 81a, M. Doherty 80s, Tom Malady 47s> Patrick Fitzgerald 'JS)a Gd, J. O'Donnull GOa, Ma iiony Bros. 70s Gd, K. Bishop 75s Ud, Clias. Rowbottom 40s Gd, John J. Gleoson 70s, Win. Huim iMs Gd, James Downoy junr. 88a, C. O'Dowd 91a Gd, Patrick Murrihy I00a (top pricc of the market for pen of 15), Mat Atkinson G<>s Gd, 77s Gd, GOs, <3*29 Gd and *14s, E. Bennett 73a, Mrs Iluesey 45s, W. Uuderwoorl 74s and Gils Gd, Mat O'Leary GGs, A. Vickers G2a Ud, and stores for Messrs. M. Atkinson, W, Jenkins, Baird and Good, W. H. Melvillo, and J. Kane, and quote-Prime pigs 88a to 100s, good do. 80s to SGa Gd, medium G5s to 77^, light weight 44s to GOs, backfatters 70s to 101s, best forward store...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Stock Markets. KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 1 May 1915

Stock Markets. ICO UO IT. O'Brien Bros. report Thursday, April 29. Fair yarding*, and a very brisk market. Pigs -Only a couplo penned, which sold at lalo values for Mossra John Knvonagh and W. II, Hull. Sheep.-H07 penned, and every lot met Ucon competition, and prions wero about 2s. better than the advanced values of lust week. Wo sold all forward for Messrs Michael Kyan Rood conditioned Iambs 10a (id, 12h, and 15s, prime crossbred owes 21s, John Linehan crossbred lambs 10s Del and 10a 1 Id, Michael Lonohan crossbred Jamba KJs 9d, Patrick Madden merino wethora 13<j 3d, lambs 10s 0d, John Ryan prime cross* bred owes 20s, Jambs 1 ijj -Id, Lou. Boitrke prime lambs 10s 9d, \V, IT. Hull merino owes 15f«, prime lambs 2Gs (id, Thomas Richardson prime lambs lO.n Gd, crossbred ewes in fair condition 13s Gd, small lunibs 83 3d, and I), Douglass aged ewes Gs Gd and 8s Gd. Cattle.-1,17 yarded. Competition fot all classes was extremely spirited, and prices for fat and lleshy cuttlc hi...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Melbourne Pig Market. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 1 May 1915

Melbourne Pig Market. Adamson, Strcttlc and Co.i 306 Bourke St., Melbourne, report this week's pig market as follows; 2,150 yarded. Stored.-A largtf number wore forward, ! cousibting chiefly of small rough sorts, ' which were vurj dull at prices ranging from 8a to 13? ; good aorta, however, were in demand, making from "0d to 36a, seconds 22s to 26s, suckers 4a to 7« I'urkurs.- i'rimu pigs were exceedingly scarce, and consequently tho few which wero punned mot n roady sale at slightly highor prices. Second quality wero bought for bacou stores. Prime heavy 31)3 to 42s, extra choice to 49s, prime medium 31s to 36a, prime light 27B to 29a. . Uacouors.-Thero wub ouly a modorate yarding, aud tho proportion of prime pigs was very email. JBest pigs sold at last week's prices, but second quality mot a very dragging salo at slightly lower prices. Ptimo heavy 85s to 95s, oxfcra choico to £5 Gs Od, prime inodium 72b to 80s, prime light OCb to 67h, hulf-fat and inferior from 45 s. liuckfattors.-...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Farmers' Co-Operative Society. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 1 May 1915

Farmers' Co-Operative Society. 'Thorn was a moderate attendance of shareholders ut Iho fifteenth lmlf-yoarly mooting of I ho Koroit unci Tower Hill Karmcrb' Oo-oporntivo Socioty, Ltd., on Tuesday evening, Mr, I', Crowe, chairman of directors, presiding. Tlio eecrotary rend tlio directors' re port and balance-sheet, which has al ready appeared in these columns, Mr. W, Wright askod if tho amount tur stock on hnnd was at the prico purchased or ab tho prico ruling at present. Tho .secretary said it was ad tho prico purchased. Tho chairman stated that thoy had not always been in tho habit of doing that, bud two years ago tho market went against them and upset their calculations. In moving tlio adoption of tlio ba Ianco-sheot tho chairman said ho thought they should feel reasonably pleased with it. In tho early stages of tho half year things looked very gloomy as far as profits wero con cerned, For the first throo months tlioro was little doing, and when pro duce began to como in thoir ma...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Western District Football Association. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 1 May 1915

Western District Football Association. ANNUAL MEETING. Tna vicn-prasidont of tho association (Mr. F. O'Brien) occupied tlio chair ab llio annual meeting of (ho abovo, held ub Warrnambool on Wednesday oven ing lasb. Tho clubs wore represented ns follows :-Warrnamliool, Messrs E. 1'. Dorney and J. Henry ; Porb Fairy, Mossrs Boothn and Treganowan ; Ko roib, Mr. G. 11. Matters. Tho chnirman referred lo tho nbsonco of tho president (Dr. Macltnighl) owing to his services having been accepted with the expeditionary forces, and pro posed that a henrty vote of thnnlift bo accorded him for past services. They all wished him a safe and Imppy rotuni. BAI.AHOE-SIIKRT, Tho secretary read the balance-shoot as follows :- Receipts-General ac counb £19 10s; minor premiership £!!G IDs 3d ; first semi-final .£12 13s Od; second semi linnl, £33 lis; final, £49 2s ; grand final £GS 0s Gd. Ex penditure-General amount (including £80 dividend to teams, and £0 to Koroib, rnnners np); minor premier ship' £25 G...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 1 May 1915

It is the Resolve to obtain the GENUINE SANDER EU CALYPTI EXTRACT, which will procure for you a remedy of sterling value, ami will protect you from having your hoallh in jured by 0110 of tho many crudo oils and ao*callodu Extracts," which arc now palmed off by unscrupulous dealers us " just us good/' and which aro, according to authentic mcdical testimony, very depressing to the heart. The GENUINE SANDER EX TRACT is abBolntoly no-iujurious, and brings instant relief in headaeho, fevers, colds, lung and stomach troubles, and its great autisoptic powore protect from futuro iufcction. Ulcers, wounds, burns, sprains, are healed without inflammation: SAN DER'S EXTRACT is ondorso'd by tho highest medio*! authorities, uud is unique in its eftbefc-purity, reliability, aud safety uro its distinguishing qualities. Therefore got tho GENUINE SANDER EXTRACT -insist, if you have to-but get it and do* irve tho benefit. TAILORING BUSINESS. MR. P. GARTLAN wishes to inform tlic residents of Koroit an...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE WAR. AUSTRALIANS IN ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 1 May 1915

THE WAR. AUSTRALIANS IN ACTION. j "Within the past few days Australian j soldiers have been fighting against the Turks, who are defouding the Dardan otles against the Allies. "The splcudid gallantry ond tnagui licent achievement of your contingent," is o passage in a congratulatory message from the British Government to the Commonwealth. At Constantinope it is claimed that ?100 of the Allies havo hccn killed, and 200, including Australians, captured.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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General Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 1 May 1915

General Summary. I A kilometre ia a thousand ami iii,,.!. I yards. 1fi(tli series o( Lucille Love at Un,.!/. | next Monday night. 1 "Over the garden wall"~a thirty ",iTOts sketch al ttic t'ops. to-night. Italy's preparations for war are, (or |ht lorlicth lime, almost complete. Sixty thousand people witnessed t,ie Can football final in Ungland on Saturday last l-'half Is slowly receding in value in Tai mania. On April 27 the quotation wai f j Ms a toil. Two cargoes of wheat consigned to ||i» Queensland government nt0 otl 1(lc J Irom Argentine. * I' orly truck loads of cuttle (Vprc sent from Tcrang to Moss Vale on Kririjiy last, In search ot grass. Employer's liability lo insure his era. ployces against accident becomes eonipul. sory this month. ' Kvcry shot tired !iy a IG-inel) gun, nich as the battleship Queeri Elizabeth fm costs a thousand pounds. ' The new generator for the clcolriu power plant arrived 011 Thursday, and the con. tractors are now busy creeling it. Owing lo the Warr...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Belgian Belief Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 1 May 1915

Belgian Belief Fund. Since last report the above fund has been increased by the addition of profits from socials, etc., and monthly collections by the ladies. Business people request collectors to call 011 any day excepting Thursday. The fund now stands as follows: Previously acknowledged ... £yz 10 2 Collected by Mrs J. Matters ... O 12 o do Miss M. McVicar... I 16 0 do Miss M. Duffus ... 4 I') 6 do Mrs Nairn ... 3 I 0 do Mrs D. Spring ... q 13 4 do Miss'Channing (Southern Cross) 436 do Miss M. Finnigan (Killarney) 2 12 0 do Miss M. Gillick (Killarney) 1 8 0 do Miss L. O'Keefc (Crossley) I 13 0 Proceeds of turkeyraffled (dona ted by Miss M. Dunne, Kil larney) ... ... J II 0 Proceeds of dance at Koroit, .organised fjy Misses Duffus and Dunne "... ... 7 17 0 Proceeds of dancc at KjrMaJlr organised by Misses McVeigh and Kelly ... ... II .0 0 Transferred froin Mayor's Pa triotic Fund ... JO 2 4 I mmin' le.ivo llio aulil folks now, I'd bettor 'bide a wcc. Dud'a got a cold, and Hum's uot...

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Onion Grading. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 1 May 1915

Onion Grading. About forty -five representatives from vnrious union growing districts in tlic Statu met tho Director of Agriculture (Dr. Ciimerut)) the chief inspector (Jlr. Harris), nnd the superintendent of exports (Mr. Robt Orowe), on Thurs day, 22nd inst., for the purpoao of fixing n staudard grado for onions. Mr. \V. J. Stevenson represented this district, Jlr. P. Malonoy the newly formed Croseley Onion Growers' Union, and othur districts included Gippsland, Bellariue, Urighton, War lious, Cororooke, oto. A genornl discussion took place ns. to tlio necessity or otherwiso of oninis bi ing graded at nil. Somo growers maintained that Ihoro was no benefit from grading, and contended thnb they got as good a price for their second grade as othors gob for their first. It was pointed out in reply that if they did they were either getting too much or the men with first grade worn get ting too little, and that it v>;is agninat all common senso to oxpecb second grado to be equal to fir...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Sixpenny Pops. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 1 May 1915

Sixpenny Pops. We are pleased to have to report an other successful concert in aid of the Belgians on Saturday evening last, when the takings constituted a record, the amount being £11 K>s. A lengthy pro gramme was again submitted, including many new fac:s, and several of the items were of a high class, and deserving of special praise. Prominent were the num beis given by Misses Duffus, Cleary and Clancy (pianoforte overture), Mr. Castle, Miss l?auny Buckingham, Mr. P. Smith, Mr. S. Ryan ; six Convent pupils rendered as a part song " The last Rose of Sum mer," which was greatly enjoyed ; and a song and chorus, " 1 will make a man of you," by Miss M. Howie and a bevy of maidens dressed as soldiers, was given with good effect and well received. The full programme was as follows-Over ture, Misses Duffus, Cleary and Clancy; song, " Queen of the tearth," Mr. F. I. Hopkins; duet, Miss Wilkinson and Mas ter W. Brennan ; violin solo, Mr. J. lleu nessyj song, " What arc you going to say w...

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Racing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 1 May 1915

Racing Notes. Ity "IflcminRton." Interviewed 1>y a di|li'i;"lm» nF TmT i(ps lu-f. »''<.'<. M'1 M»rr»y- 1,10 Chief Scrrelnr.v, made « s.|!ii.li<:iint ,mrI: Sir Mtirin.v kiivc it ns Ins opm ion that. racing being overdone, and (lint, prolialil.v measures would have In 1," taken lo reduce il. No 0110 r>F rensoniiWe mind will oppose V,ls wm," teutiiiii. for in cowl truth, fho sport litis fnr too many dates 1lie coiisi. irencr* limst ho M'n.ntH if tlie present plnin 'if affair* is jilltiwod In exist miieli In Tnl;i I Inji I nr ]JI i ion \\i] J provoke till. in'('i".s:irv remedy. Willi III,- machine ill use, it can !m taken fur ,<niii tod I lint, tho Government ivill m t" it that till! liiinilior nf nicetinjw now advertised ill iho "CnU'iulnr" ill all ord inary Mason, is appreciably reduced. Kvidenlly. horses capable of nianaK int; even :i middle! distance nro scarce ill' tlie Jlivciinn just now. Only six horses woitsfiCfl out fnr tho WafB...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Koroit Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 1 May 1915

Koroit Telephone Exchange. As there have beer, several additions to the local telephone exchange recently, fof the benefit of subscribers and the public we give 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. Coughlan & Watt it). N. Corson 5. Butter Factory & 20. J. J. Uarnts Town Hall 21. M. J. Gleeson 6. Dr. Forsyth 22. Dr. Littlewopd 7. Morse and Co. 23. W. II. Skilbeck y. "ICcroit Sentinel" 2.|. A. Skilbeck g. W. T. Brennan S5. R. Skilbeck 10. Rev. J. ICerin 26. D. Spring It. Rev, C. J.Martin27. W. Leddin 12. SalUu and Son 28. J. F. Dull'us 13. Geldhoff & Sons 29. B. A. Tucker 14. Dr. Coto 30. Police Station 15. Thos, Baker 31, Charles Barr

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Southern Cross Creamery. MEETING CHANGED CONDITIONS. [?]owa, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 1 May 1915

Southern Cross Creamery. MEETING CHANGED CONDITIONS. Mown, Thursday. A meeting of suppliers to the Southern Cross Creamery was held at the. creamery on Wednesday night, for the purpose of considering Ihe following proposals of the board of directors (l) That all mill; be separated on the farms, the cream from which will be collected by tile company. (2) 7"liat under the supervision ami con trol of the directors, suppliers of milk have their milk separated at ihe cream eries as at present, but the suppliers must bear the whole expense, of separating, in cluding the upkeep of the building and plant. Mr. -R. Skilbeck presided, and explained the purpose for which the meeting had been called, about thirty being present. The chairman said the Board recognised that an alteration in the system of running the business was absolutely necessary if they wished (o be able to compete with adjoining factories. They had reached a crisis and their hands were absolutely tied in the matter. Their supp...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Plumpton Coursing. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 1 May 1915

Plu'mpton Coursing. There is every indication that the open ing meeting of the Koroit Plumpton Coursing Club, which takes place on Friday and Saturday next, will be a success. The running ground is in splen did order, nnd the spring of grass gives it a most reffcshinjl appearance. A larjje number whq attend l|ie Warrnambool faces arc expected to finish up the week's carnjval at Koroit, while a great many local and district enthusiasts are anxiously looking forward to the gathering. Having been led for sonic time past hares should be in strong condition, and in all respects prospects for a first-class opening are decidedly bright. Nominations haj beguii to come in before the stake was adver' tispcl, and it is expected that by Monday evening next (when nominations close), both stakes will be full. Owners from Melbourne, Geclong, and almost every town along the line, will be represented. The Werribee club opened the season on Saturday and Monday last, when a big programme was put throu...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 1 May 1915

ALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS. fho Latest Designs now open for inspection. CALL AND SEE THEM OK WRITE FOR PATTERNS. P. F. HARPER, House and Sign Painter. [Kstabumikd 15 YKAILS.] TO PERSONS ABOUT TO BUILD. BEFORE CALLING ELSEWHERK CALL UPON OK WHITE TC S1MMONDS & HAIN, TIMBER MESCILYXTS AND CONTRACTORS, KOKOIT, And cot their Prlcos for all Kinds of Building Material. Palings, Posts, and Rails, and all kinds of Builder's Ironmongery. Timber Hinge.'; T. and G. Pine Mouldings Doors Sash e.s Mantelpieces Drain Pipes Oils and Lead Gutter Tiles Galvanised Iron Spouting Ridging Bricks Roof Nail» Lime Weigh Es Wire Nails Sheet Lead Pine Weatherboards Grates Locks Glass Piping Stoves Putty Geuient BSTimHTES HOD DESIGNS PREPARED flT SHORTEST NOTICE, FREE. 17 We have built and supplied nearly 1000 "TURNER" BICYCLES co deliver His Majesty's II 5.1s throughout Victoria, and all the other Commonwealth States....This 3hould interest yon tor our "TURNER" BICYCLES were subjected to the...

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DISTRICT NEWS. WOOLSTHORPE. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 1 May 1915

DISTRICT NEWS. WOOLSTHORPE. (I'Voin oiii own CoiTpspomletil). Private R. E. Harris was tendered a farewell social 011 Wednesday, 14th inst The hall was well-filled, old and young being present to do honor to the guest of the evening. An attractive programme had been arranged by Mr. Harvey (to whom all credi tof the undertaking isduc). Vocal items were contributed by the following ladies and gentlemen:-Misses A. Williams, M. Davidson, N. Nicholls, Messrs 12. Johnson, senr., and D. H$rvcy (hornpipe). Mr. Ilarvey occupied the chair and said they were gathered together to show their esteem for their guest, and to honor hitn for having volunteered for active service abroad, lie had known him since child hood, and had always found him straight forward and honorable. He felt sure lie would never bring disgrace 011 the flag. On behalf of the residents he asked him to accept a small token of their esteem in the shape of a silver wristlet watch in hooded case, also a handsome wallet, suitably...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 1 May 1915

Koroit Weekly Sale. (THURSDAY, MAY 13. O? liRIlON BROS. wil Soli by Vublia JD Auction on abovo dato, when thoy will odor CATTLE. 5 Primo Cows, from Mt, Taurus 4 Primo Cows, from Korongah 15 Good Store Cows 10 Choice D.iiry Cows, guaranteed SHEEP 70 Primo Crossbred Ewos and Wothors 100 Croaabred Ewes, io good order 60 Primo Latnba PICS. HORSES. SUNDRIES. Special Buyer for strong, well-grown BTORES in attendanco Warniambool Corporation Yards. WEDNESDAY, WAV 12. OJ ORUCN BROS, will Sell by Public JD Auction, at the Corporation Yards, OD the abovo dato tho following CATTLE: 8 Primo Cows from Grapmere 0 Choice Forward Dairy Cowa 60 Prime Crossbred Wothers, 2-tooths, SHEEP. from Yangcry 25 Prime Lambs HOUSES SUNDRIES. TUESDAY, MAY 11. FAT & STORE PIGS. KOROIT SALE YARDS, THURSDAY, MAY 13. 05TJRIEN BROS, will Sell by Public Auction at their yards on the abo\e date, under instructions from the cxocutors in the estate of David Irving, of Hawkosdale, deceased AH that piece of laud, co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 1 May 1915

AT PHILLIPS' Furniture for the Cottage or the Mansion. | Only first-class workmen em | ployed at our Factory. i | One trial will convince you of tlie j superiority of our goods. | GIVE US THAT TRIAL. E. B. PHILLIPS, LIEiUG STREET WA88NAMB00L PjBJ TiniBBH IWERCHANT, IIIOII STREET, INVITES INSPECTION Oil' UXS STOCK Off Hardwood, Hurdles, Cement, Droppers,, Gates, gjjjfS-Troqffhs, 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 machines ABB SOLD BY A LOCAL FIRM. PRICES; £3 10s. TO . £9 15s. Lonf Gunr*ntea, EASY TEBMS. Twttd and Found THE BEST. Ia use all over thi Commonwealth. WARD The Comfort of Thousands of Housewives. They save more money and do more work with lets labor than any other machines on the market) and yon can't wear them out, WardBros. Sell them. Write for Illustrated Catalogue. EROS ". 36-38 Errol St...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE [?]oit Sentinel AND [?] Advocate. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING MAY 1. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 1 May 1915

TJTK AND $0uw §uU ^dvocnfc. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING MAY 1. Current Topics. Our Illowa correspondent writesMr. I John Kelly, an old identity of this district,' died suddenly on Saturday night last. Deceased was employed by Mr. M. Mug gavin, of Yangery, and was in his usual health on Saturday. On Sunday morning Mr. Muggavin, on catering deceased's sleeping apartment, found hiin quite dead. The Coroner was communicated with, but an inquest was not considered necessary, as it was ascertained that deceased suffer ed for some time from a heart ailment. The late Mr. Kelly was an honest and industrious man. He was one of the oldest identities of this district, and was . much respected. His only relatives in this part are two step sons, Messrs. R. and T. O'Meara. The remains were interred in the Tower Hill Cemetery on Monday. Iarat, will address (lie congregation. "lire popular Scotch comedian, Mr. Ad. t.rce, is announced to appear in the local m!",v cti,CSi Wednesday night...

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