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Football. ASSOCIATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 15 May 1915

Football. ASSOCIATION MEETING. A meeting of tho Western District Fontlmll Association was hold ab tho Victoria fclotel, Ivoroib, on Monday evening, when thero wero present Messrs. P. O'Brien (president); Booth and Treganowan, Port Fairy ; Mat ters, Koroit; Henry and Dorney, Warrnambool; Hobbs, Artillery. TUB JUNIORS. Tho Junior Football Association wroto asking to bo givon two or three days during the season upon which to play matches in tho Friendly- Societies' Park, Warrnainbool.-July 3 and August 21 allotted. UMi'inJis. bix applications wero received for tho position of central mnpiro (2). W. Watts, a League umpire residing ati Terang, applied for tho position at £2 2s per match and expenses, but delegates considered tho clubs would nob bo in a position to pay that amount. Messrs. L. Tata and J. J. M'Namara wero appointed at a feo of 30s, with Mr. T. Hurdy emergency umpire at a retaining fee of 2s Gd per match when his services are nob required. t'OOTUArj. AMI) THE \TAlt, The pre...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Plumpton Coursing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 15 May 1915

Plumpton Coursing Club. The committee of ilio abovo met on Wednesday evening, there being pre sent-Messrs J. JjafTan (president), J. Floming, Kelly, Loddin, T. Puton, J. Crowe, A. Carroll, Q. If. Matters, and G. M. Wright (lion, sec.) In regard to obtaining solo possession ot tlio enclosure tho'presidonb reported that Mr. Simmonds removed the sheep a few weeks ago, hut had nob stated what he intended to do in the future. Mr. J. V. DufTus (chairman oi tlio trustees), lmd seen Mr. Simmonds, who said ho would give up tho inside portion of tlio grounds if recompensed to tho extent of £10. Ho wished to retain tho remaining ground, and would pay pro portionately. After discussion these terms woro accepted, and tho secretary was empowered to sign th# lease on tho club's behalf. The secretary pre sented a financial statement showing receipts for lasb woek's meeting £231, and oxpenscs £191, leaving a profit of £10. Ib was explained that) tho ex penses covcred many items of a per manent) natu...

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 — 15 May 1915

Racing Notes. Uy "Klcmlnglon." Tll tlio old flays " WarTiiambool ,vcck'- wan alwaya attended in the 1,01)0 Hint it would discover some .iump j"K tnlont likely to tako an imi.orl.mit in the Grand National campaign later on. Tho old Ballarat contingent with thu lato Martin Loughliu as the leading spirit picked up many a profit able liorso at Warrnambool, including moro than ono Grand National winner. It can, however, sowecly bo ?aid tliat the quest for Grand National materia! Warrnambool last weok ended suc cessfully) though in one or two cases 1111 exception might be made. As King Kirk, tho Warrnambool Cup winnor, is said to be a thoroughly m-lioolcd horse, ho may have to bo taken seriously into tho calculations for the j,iK Imrdlo races of tho winter if his attention is turned in that direction. ' Palmuir, though bcaton on Thursday, showed sufficient promise to indicate Hi,it ho is worth keeping in mind, oven though ho might fall below *thc Miitional standard. Bnllista confined his ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 15 May 1915

WAREIN AMBOOL. Q'Brlon IJroa. report.: Tuesday, Moy 11. Piga-311 punned, of which about 60 were stores; Competition for all primo bacon pigs was extremely keen, and prices were from 8a to 12a in advance of those ruling lately. There wan alao a good dc» mand for light weights and forward uteres, email storo pigs nro practically unsaleable. Wo sold I-14 for Messrs John Bonriotfe 1'5 19a, 07" anil «53s, 1). Lane £3 53, L)au M'Far laue £5 13a, W. Chumberlain 40s, Mrn Jamca Ryan 07a (3d and 413 (id, Dauiul Murphy 82s, R. Bishop 89a Gd, Job Porter 85a, James Martin £5 9a, Sam Smith £5 10a Gd, Alex Ryan £5 15a Gd (top price of tho market), Michael Mungaviu 91a, J. Wright 97a (3d, 63a Gd, uud 51a Gil, Patrick Hogan 99a, P. Welsh 09s Gd, 7Ga Gd, ami 4Ga, Arthur Huggius 50a 6d, G. uud W. Clark 53s Gd, Exors, E\ L. Olio 47a Gd, Thomas Williams 56s Gd and 35s, Michael Scott 84a, D. Foley 92s, John Leishinan 93<*« Michael Russell £5 128 Gd, Patrick Hickcy £5 lis 6d aud £4, John Bultou...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Stock Markets. KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 15 May 1915

Stock Markets. KOROIT. O'Brien Bros. report. Thursday, May 13, Good yardinga of all elasBoa and a full nlcaranco. Piga.-30 panned, which sold at auction at alightly better rates than of Into for Mosarfl, P. O'Donohue IOH 3d, Miehaol Gavin 42a, S. JohnRtono 7a 9d and 6a, Henry Porter 8a Od, and Patrick Cotiheady 5s 9d and 3a Od. tiluop.-591 penned, for which there was a good demand, and wo sold all except ono small lot of croaabred wenners at auction for OTcBBra. John Kiely primo wethers 28a, .Tames Purcoll primo ewes and wethera 2G», Alox. Buchanan croHftbrod weanora 11a 3d, Us !)d, and Ua 3d, If, f*. Wilson crossbred wonders 12a, 12a Gd, 13a 3d, 134 Ud, and Ma lCd, R. J. Cunt prime crossbred ewes 21s, firRt croDO ewes 23a and primo lambs Ma 6d, John Ryan crossbred lambB 14s 3d, John Gnpes small Jumbo 10a lOd, W, A. heddin prime ewca lGs 4d, Mat tin M'Mahon ' crossbred lambs in forward condition )5a 91 and 10a 10a, J. Honrtgun aged crossbred owea in fair condition Ida 3d and T. Mahe...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Koroit Brass Band. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 15 May 1915

Koroit Brass Band. I A meeting of the band committee was held in the fire station on Wednesday evening, May I2th. The following were present-Messrs. J. L. Paton (chairman) Simmonds, J. Ir. DntTus, Russell, J. O'Neill R. O'Neill (bandmaster), Mee, Gordon Simmonds, and J. DuiTus, sec. A discussion took place as to better lighting facilities for the band while play ing out, and the outcome was that the president, secretary, and bandmaster were deputed io make enquiriesof the electrical engineer as to cost, Sc. In order to encourage bandsmen to attend rehearsals, and to care for the pro perties of the band, a suggestion came from the players committee that a prize be donated to the bandsman who secured the highest number of marks. The sug gestion was received, and one prominent member of the band committee donated a gold medal towards the objcct, and it was decided that other medals be presented. It was suggested by the secretary that the band committee make an inspection of the players...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Co-Operative Bacon Company. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 15 May 1915

.Co-Operative Bacon Com pany. A mooting of shareholders In tho Wi'Slorn and Murray Districts Co operative bacon curing company vms held in tho town Iinll nn Thursday evening. There was only a smnil attendance, find Mr. P. Wall presided. Tho chairman said that tho Doard had decided to hold meetings at various centres, so as to givo tho shareholders an opportunity of criticising tho doings of tho Doard, nr obtaining any inform tion as to iho working of tho fnctory, otc. If tho factory was to bo tho succoss it should bn it wo? iwporativo that farmors bIiouKI «ond nil thair pigs to it. Mr. Burke, chairman of directors, said ho regretted iho altoudanco was not) greater. As tho shareholders could not got to Molbonrno whnro iho meetings wero hold, it was decided to hold inoetings in different placos to got advice, and also to see if thero worn any grievances. Thoy did not have grievances before hecauso they wanted to say how they actually stood aftur giving tho concern a fair trial, and co...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Original Correspondence. To THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 15 May 1915

Original Correspondence. To THE EDITOR. SIR,-According to your contempo rary, tbc Port Fairy " Gazetto," tho local Stato member is doing good work for tbe district. He has obtained £5000 for extension of harbor works, a new State school for Macarthur, another for Aringa, and much needed school building improvements at. Rosatjrook and Ardonacbie. As is might be said that tbe ex member for the district had neglected giving attention to these necessary works, I just desire to say that every oue of tbe above works were definitely arrangd for by me before I left the Assciublyin October last year. Yours, etc., J. F. DUFFUS. Korgit, 14 [ o | 15.

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Melbourne Pig Market. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 15 May 1915

Melbourne Pig Market. Adamson, Slrelllc and Co., 308 Bourke St., Melbourne, report this week's pig market as follows .. 13G0 yarded. Stores.-A full supply, price3 quite equal to last weak. Bolt 30s to- 38s, seconds 24s to 28s, slips from 7s, suckers to 6s. Porkers.-A. moderate yarding. Competition very keen at fully Ute rates. Primo pigs, which were very scarce, wereeveu dearer. Primo heavy 41s to 48s, oxtra toSGi, prime medium 35s to 41s, prime light 30j to 33s. Bacon Pigs,-A decidedly larger number wero forward, including a good mauy prime quality pigs, which sold at last week's extreme prices. Inferior were inclined to ease. Primo heavy 87s to yS?, extra to £D 15s, which wo obtained forapen of. very nice quality Yorkshires. Prims medium weights 74s to 83s, prime light 03s to 70s, half fat from 50i. We sold a truck load of 91 beautiful quatily bacon pigs ntj tlio rccurd average price af £5 In. Backfatters,-A considerably larger number were penned, and consequently prices wore full...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Koroit Petty Sessions. FRIDAY MAY 14. (Before Messrs Crawford, Norman, and Stevenson, J.'sP.) [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 15 May 1915

Koroit Petty Sessions. FRIDAY MAY 14. (Before Messrs Crawford, Norman, and Stevenson, J.'sP.) Richard Lyons was charged with the larceny of l8s 6d, a purse, and other tilings to the total of 25s, belonging to Arthur Duffy. Mr. Dunn appeared for defendant, and at his request a charge of being drunk and disorderly was dealt with at the same time, to which defendant pleaded guilty. Arthur Duffy, laborer, remembered the night of /til inst., when he slept in the groom's room at the Victoria hotel. As far as he could remember he put his coat ever his feet. Identified the purse and contents, and other articles as his pro perty. Was not sober at the time, but thought he changed £1 previously. On the following day saw the tilings at the police station. He valued the articles at 10s or I Is. Could not swear to the amount of money in the purse. To Mr. Dunne-He was having a night out, and had more drink than he should. He could not say there was more money in the purse than the I2s id. Could no...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Kirkstall Races. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 15 May 1915

Kirkstall Races. A very successful meeting is expccted at i Kirkslall I his afternoon, a large" number of prominent performers being engaged. The weiglitu arc as follows Handicap Trial Stakes-Tollkeeper OA Cmlgec 8 5, Vocal Queen 8.5, Emerald Dale 8 3, Wauibigal 710, Tonnawanda 7.5, Miss Sirai 7 3, Bricks TO. Hurdle Race-Emerald Dale 11 0, Black Flag 10 5, Fulcrum 0.12, J.D.G. 0.7 : Plum Pic, Discard, Joy Hells, Boorlkoi, Kirkdalc, 0 0. Ladies' Bracelet-Graftondule 11 7, Majir Eight 11.7, Dunacles 10.13. Telvez 10 7, Plum Pie 10.8, Ochro 10.1, Vocal Queen 10 0, Wambigal 8 5, Joy Bells 0.0. Handicap Flat Kacc-Asterbert 0.0, Vod* ski 8.13, Major Eight 8.11, Zenalhau 8.5, Willinga 8 0, Telvez 7.12, Plum Pie 7.10, Emerald Dale 7.7, Bright Kirk 7.5, Little Beau 7.0. Hack Kacc-Lola Kirk 0 0, Miss Sirat 0.5, J.H.B. 8 7, Lylock 8.3, Lady Killcen 8.0, Graftbank 8 0. Kirkdalc 8 0. Novelty Pony Race-Niuger 7.10,scratch; Sylvia, 10.0, 20 yds. bliri ; Lady Arden, 10.7, 30 yd#, bhd. l'lying Slake...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 15 May 1915

WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS. The Latest Designs now open for inspection. CALL AND SEE THEM. OR WRITE FOR PATTERNS. F. F. HARPER, -^tew-House and Sign Pamter__**^ [ESTARLtSUKD 15 YkAIIM.] TO PERSONS ABOUT TO BUILD. BEFORE CALLING ELSEWHERE CALL UI'ON OR WRITE TC SIMMONDS & HAIN, TIMBES MERCHANTS AND CONTRACTORS, KOROIT, And erot tliolr Prlccn for all Kinds of Building' Material. Paliugs, Posts, ami Rails, and nil kinds o£ Builder's Ironmongery. Timber Gutter Tiles Sheet Lead Hinges Galvanised Iron Pine Weatherboards T. and G. Pino Spouting Grates Mouldings Ridging Locks Doors Bricks Glass Sashes lvoof Nuils Piping Mantelpieces Lime Stoves Drain Pipes Weights Putty Oils and Lead Wire Nails Cemont ESTlfllRTES BHD DESIGNS PREPARED 0T SHORTEST NOTICE, FREE. BICYCLES, BICYCLES. BICYCLES. W BICYCLES. We havo built and supplied nearly 1000 "TURNER" BICYCLES to deliver His Majesty's M 2.!a throughout Victoria, and all the other Commonwealth 86ate3.".This shou'd interest you...

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THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 15 May 1915

THE WAR. Fresh endeavors to picrcc tlic German line west of Lille arc being rewarded with success. The British battleship Goliath (Ibird class, 4 l'Jinch guns, has been torpedoed in the Dardanelles. Five hundred of the crew perished. The submarine E 14 has sunk l\vo Turk ish gunboats. Pctrograd advices atnle that il ie semi ofttdally estimated that the Austro-Germans have lost 100,000 men in llio eight days' battle in Galicia. There is great depression in Constan tinople, according to Athens advices, be causc the number of Turks killed in the recent battles on the Gallipoli ^Peninsula cxeccds those killed in the severest actions in the Balkan wars. America has sent a Noto to Germany, demanding the freedom of the seas fornon« comb.itams. 11 is firmly worded. The Kinp has taken steps to cheek anti* German riots in London. According to an Athens report the Turk iah headquarters stair, which has been sta tioned in Gallipoli, has been transferred to Rodosto, on the tea o( Marmora, 75 mil...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Senseless Rumors. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 15 May 1915

Senseless Rumors. Reference in these columns has been made to 1 he senseless mischievous rumors which have from time to time been floated with regard to the war. It will be time enough to announce the»fact of casualties when they occur and are officially vouched for; but to needlessly causcd suffering amongst the relatives of the men who have gone to the front to face this terrible German menace, and ward off the possi bility of our Australian towns being turned into Belgian shambles is unpatriotic and heartless procedure. Wc will want every available 'man to serve against the relentless enemy before we are able to chain up the Mad Dog of Europe and feel secure again, even in this far off country. It may not be generally known, but Aus tralia has been mapped out and reported upon by accredited agents of the German Government; the Wilhelmstrasse has been kept as minutely informed of Australian conditions as has Downing street. With noted thoroughness and genius for organi sation the ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 15 May 1915

. LADIES.-If you arc buffering from Indigestion, Rheumatism, Piles, Head aches, Backache, Constipation, Nervous Breakdown, or any of those wearying, dragging pains which undermine the whole system, do not hesitate about seeking our advice. We make no charge for consul tation, and you will incur no obligation by calling. If unable to call for a per sonal interview, send for our special con sultation form, which will be posted to anyone who writes for it to Dept. 50, Ladies' College of Health, Phair's Build ings. 327 Collins St., Melbourne. Best Imported High Class * CONFECTIONERY. # FIRST QUALITY FRUITS IN SEASON DIRECT FROM THE ORCHARD. Toys, Stationery, Sobool Requisites, Etc. Orders Taken for Photo En largements. Guaranteed by Artist.. HIB.S. 33. T. BRYANT, - K 0 R 0 1 T. - TAILORING BUSINESS. MK. P. GAUTXjAN wishes to inform the reaident* of Kornit anil Surrounding Dim rlcts ll>at he lifts tukcn over the Uuni* nosB formerly conducted in Commercial Houd, Koroit, by the lute Joh...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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General Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 15 May 1915

General Summary. Mr. John Wren, of Melbourne, has pur chased the " Only Mail " newspaper, of lirisbane, as a going concern. Mr. Wren has invested large sums of money in many directions, but tins will be his first attempt in a newspaper enterprise The number of recruits from Mildura now reaches a total of 305. Seventy-nine members of the staff of Ihe National JJank have volunteered for mili tary servicc. Owing to the high priec of horse feed carriers at Swan Hill have decided to in crease the priec of carting to Is Od per ton per mile. At WhitUesea the lock on the cemetery was broken and the chain removed, and ft, large mob of travelling sheep was let in* for the night. Much indignation is felt by the trustees. WarrackuabcM butchers arc experiencing great difficulty in securing supplies of beef and mutton. Owing to the high prices paid for .stock, it has been decided that business in future must be for cash. ' Wallabies and kangaroos arc reported to be very numerous this season on th...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 15 May 1915

Koroit Weekly Sale. THURSDAY, MAY 20. 01 |> RIKN BROS. wil Sel! by Y\iMto JD Auction ou above date, when thoy will offor CATTLE. 4 Prime Cows, from Korongah. f» Choice Dairy Cows, guaranteed ],r» Dairy Cow*, in fair condition 20 Young Cattle SHEEP 40 Primo Crossbred Ewes nod Wethers 60 Crossbred Kwes io good order '270 Crossbred Weancrs io good order PIGS. HOUSES. SUNDRIES. Special Buyer for strong, well-grown STORES i» attendance Warrnambool Corporation Vards. WEDNESDAY, MAY 19. 05 HKIHK BROS, will Soli by Public JD Auctiou, at the Corporation Yards, on the above daUj the following CATTLE: 6 Prime Cows from Gratmerc 8 Slory COWB in good order 1U Dairy Cow?, guaranteed 15 Storu Cows SHEEP. 40 Primo Crossbred Wethere oO Prime Crossbred Laniba HOKSES SUNDKIES. TUESDAY, MAY IS. FAT k STOKE PIGS. KOROII SALTS YARDS. THURSDAY, MAY 20. Clearing' Sale of Horses and Implements. O'TJRIEN TWOS, haro been instructed .t> by Mesins GOODEN BROS, to Sell by Auction at ibeir Yards, Koroit, on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 15 May 1915

jPinwiwre' for the Cottage or the :? M&IISKMV. Only ii rst-class workmen em ployed at our Factory. One trial will convince you of the superiority of our goods. GIVE US THAT TRIAL. E. LIR'BIG STREET WMSNAMBOOL mtomu r&iv£t TIMBER KEKCHAHT, IIllUl HTBICKT. IN VITUS INSl'KCTION -OF HIS .STOCK OF ^Hardwood, Hurdles,. ?;;; Cement;- Droppers,mGates, , Troughs,.. Pickets, Palings, Recb Gum, Softwood, Iron, Elc. 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. ARE SOLD PRICES: £3 ?The Chs&pssl MACHINES BY A LOCAL FIRM. £9 15s. Long GunrnMcc. EASY ^ERHS. Teited and found THE LEST, la si( all over the Commonwealths A .M The Comfort of Thousands cf Housewives. They s&ve more money and do more work ' with leis labor thftn Any other machines en the market, ftAd y;u can't wear them out. Ward Bros. WARD E>R.OvS« J 56-38 Errol St., North Melbourne ELOCK TOBACCO...

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THE Koroit Sentinel AND Tower Hill Advocate. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING MAY 15. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 15 May 1915

PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING MAY 13. Current Topics. The Koroit branch of the Red Cross Society wishes to acknowledge the receipt of £5 55 from Archibald Macfarlane and Co., being one-fourth of the proceeds Irom sale of pheasants donated by Mrs. Lind say. " Quamby." At Thursday's meeting the following donations were received : 2 pillows, Mrs. Latta; 8 face washers, Miss Duffy; foot rest. Mrs. Butt; parcels of old linen, Mrs. Barnes, Mrs. Nelson, and Mrs. Crawford. A box containing the above, and 5 shirts and 2 pairs under pants, was forwarded to headquarters. To-morrow and on Sunday afternoon next at the Baptist Church Mr. Harris will conduct "Profitable Sunday After noon " services at 3 o'clock. To-mor row's subject will be " Shall we follow the King." On and after to-day the Warrnambool butchers are raising the price of meat Id per lb. all round, and giving no credit. Owing to the high price of horse feed no delivery of meat will be made. Mr. II. S. Bailey, M.L.A. for...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 15 May 1915

DEATH. KAVANAGH.-On 8th inst., at Koroit, Michael Kavanagh, aged 52 years. R.I.P. T. RUNDELL & SON.   Undertakers.

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