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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 22 May 1915

Bereavement Notice. MBS. 1). PATTERSON nml Family wish to cxprcas their dcopcet grati* twdo to nil kind friends for their tokens of sympathy. To Dr. Forsyth and Rev. Father Phelan for thoir unremitting care and attention, find to specially thank Mr. I nod Mrs. H. Stokos, Mrs. I). Meagher, Mrs. 1 J, Toogood and Mr, Madigan for great ! kindness in their recent end bereavement. Hawkeedftle, May 20, 1915. DEATH. FOOARTV.-At Koroit, on the I7lh inet;f Elizabeth (Bo«sio), oldest daughter of Mr. aud Mr?. Bt Fogarty, aged 9 years. R.l.P. T. KUNDELL ft. SON, Undortakors. PATTERSON.-At Hawlicsdnlo, on 15th [ May, David, beloved hueband of Eve* I Hue Pattersou, ond fond father of Gor- , don, Flossie nod Anoto. Aged 45 years, i K.I. P. I T. RUNDELL & SON, Undertakers. I

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Koroit Petty Sessions. FRIDAY, 21st MAY. (Before Mr. E. E. Williams, P.M.) REVISION COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 22 May 1915

Koroit Petty Sessions. FRIDAY, 21st MAY. (Before Mr. E. E. Williams, P.M.) REVISION COURT. An electoral revision court for the Koroit division of Port Fairy was held. A number of names were struck out and added, and the list confirmed. TRUANTS. Maria Vinen was charged with not having sent her child to school the re quired number of days. Case withdrawn on defendant promising to send the boy regularly in future. G. J. Young was charged with a similar offence. Fined 5s. OBSCliNB LANGUAGE. Thos. Gavin was charged with using obscene language in a public place 01130th April. Mr. Dunne appeared for defendant, who pleaded guilty. Fined 40s. or seven days' imprisonment. LICENSING ACT. John Lynch, Wm. Holschcr, and John McManus, were charged with being ille gally on the premises of the Southern Cross Hotel on Sunday, 2nd May. All pleaded guilty. Sub-inspector Beckman prosecuted in this and the following cases. Senior-constable Matthews said at 25 minutes to one o'clock on Sunday morn ing 1 h...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Koroit Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 29 May 1915

Koroit Telephone Exchange. As there have been several additions to the local telephone exchange recently, for 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 19. N. Corson 5. Butter Factory & 20. J. J. Barnes Town Hall 21. M. J. Gleeson 6. Dr. Forsyth 22. 1'ower House 7. Morse and Co. 23. W. H. Skilbeck 8. "Koroil Sentinel" 24. A. Skilbeck 9. W. T. Brennan 25. R. Skilbeck 10. Rev. J. Kerin 26. D. Spring 11. Rev. C. J. Martin 27. W. Leddin 12. Saltau and Son 28. J. F. Duffus 13. Geldhoff & Sons 29. B. A. Tucker 14. Dr. Coto . 30. Police Station 15. Thos. Baker . 31, Charles Barr j

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 29 May 1915

VALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS. The Latest Designs now open for inspection. CALL AND SEE THEM OK WRITE FOR PATTERNS, F. F. HARPER, -House and Sign Painter. [UsTAin.i*m:i> 15 Ykaus] TO PERSONS ABOUT TO BUILD. BEFORE CALLING ELSEWHERE CALL UPON OR WRITE TC SIMMONDS & HAIN, TIMBER MERCHANTS Mi) CONTRACTORS, KOROIT, And. got tholr Fricos for all Kinds of Building material. Palings, Posts, and Kails, and all kinds of Builder's Ironmongery. Timber Hinges T. anil G. Pine 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 Weathorboards Grates Locks Glass Piping Stoves Putty Cemont ESTIJIIHTES ffliD DESIGNS PREPARED flT SHORTEST NOTICE, FREE. :TURNER BICYCLES. BICYCLES. "We liave built and supplied nearly 1000 "TURNER" BICYCLES Co deliver His Majesr.y's M £.Is throughout Victoria, nud all the other Commonwealth States.,..This should interest you for our "TURNER...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 29 May 1915

WARRNAMBOOL. O'Brion Bros, roport:- ! Tuesday, May 25. Tigs.-253 ponned,^ of which 50 were stores. Only a limited supply of prime bacon piqs penned, thu bulk being not topped ofF. Pritno pigs sold readily at Into rates, but modium pigs wero easier. Stores wore in good request at hotter values. Wo Hold 73 for Messrs J. Kelson 07a Gd, John Molan 91s and 96s, Michael Mungavin 79s, Patrick Gorman U5s, Agricultural High School 99a Gd, James Martin £5 4s Gd, Thos Collins 92s, A; Kcll 7Gs Gd aud 5ls Gd, John Kioly 99s Gd and 80s Gd, S. Quinn 29a Gd 32a aud 40a Gd, W. Whitton S8s aud 48s Gd, and quote primo pigs £4 IG3 to £5 8s, good do 88s to 9-ls, medium from 75s to 80s, light weight GOs to 72s, boat stores 32s Gd to 40s, well grown sorts 22s to 29s, slips 13s to 18s, small sorts 5s to 9s, backfatters £3 10a to £5 l is. Wednesday. Sheep.-400 penned. Competition very keen and prices high. Wo sold for Messrs If. White primo lambs 28s 4d, Allan M'Dou ald agrd owes in good order 10s and 15s G...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Original Correspondence. PUBLIC WORKS IN PORT FAIRY ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 29 May 1915

Original Correspondence. PUBLIC WORKS IN PORT FAIRY ELECTORATE. Mr. J. F. Duffus wrote to the "Sentinel" recently regirding the authorisation of several works in the Port Fairy elector ate. The letter was copied into the "Gazette" and last Monday Mr. Bailey wrote as follows : Tu THE ICUITOK. Sir,-The remarks of Mr. J. F. Duffus in the last issue of your journal were read by me with some amusement. All 1 need say in reply is that the public works re ferred to were definitely authorised to be carried out after i had several times in terviewed the Ministers and departmental heads of the respective departments. I do not wish to assert that Mr. Duflus had not urged the departments to improve the schools mentioned by him, but I do say that the Government authorised the work to be carried out only after my efforts in the matter. It is rather remark able that during the late member's term of three years those very necessary works were not carried out, but that he now claims credit for work ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Stock Markets. KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 29 May 1915

Stock Markets. KOKOIT. O'Brien Bros, report. Thursday, May 27. Small ynrdingo of all olaonoa and ft full clearance. Piga-39 forward, and thny sold at auo lion at about lato* rales for Meaaro John Johnatone 5a, M. O.'Grady 2a, John Kolly 2a lid, Miolmel Carey 20s and 15a, and Thomas Colloy Ga Gd, 17h and 50a. Shoop.-229 penned, and all lots wore eagerly competed for, and Hold at auction fur Messrs. J. Clark prima ewes 22a Cd, Thomas Iiyan prime hmba 21B, George ttiordan aged rama 12a 3d, weanerfl 12a (id, crossbred owoa in low condition Ma Gd, Thomas Haasett fat wethers 22a Gd, John liyan crossbred wcancrn Ms 7d and 15a 4d, Michael Lpnchan small wcaners lla 2d, James Bowman crossbred wenncrs in for* watd condition 17« 7d, and John Louchan aged erossbrod owoa 13u 3d. Cattlo.-10.'] yarded. A few prime lo medium fat cows and heifera penned, which sold readily at high rates. There was also a ready salu for nil choieo forward spring ing cows and heifers and sloro cattlo of all classes sol...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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MR. DUFFUS' REPLY. To THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 29 May 1915

MR. DUFFUS' REPLY. To THE EDITOR. SIR,-I regret that my letter of explana tion re public works in Port Fairy elec torate should have caused Mr. Bailey to become angry; my object was simply to show that every one of the works men tioned was authorised by the Public Works Department before Mr. Bailey be came a member-I am obtaining the dates of their authorisation and shall be pleased to publish same. If there has been delay in carrying out the works since they were authorised, that is not my fault, but that of the present member for the district. Mr. Bailey insinuates that I made a threat that no more public rtioney would be spent in the Port or district if I were not returned at last election. I must give that statement a flat denial. I never made such a threat, and never desired such a denouement to the last election. -Yours J. F. DUFFUS. Koroit, 28/5/'i5

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 29 May 1915

There Is Only One Sander's Extract, And that is why tlio people insist on gelling It, and why they rojcct tlio many inferior substitutes, and the clieop and frcquonlly harmful "just as good." SANDER'S EXTRACT ia tlio most power ful antiseplio and healing remedy that can be used with safety. It prevents and euros all infectious diseases-Influenzae, colds, fevors, emull-pox, diphtheria, flatulence, dyspepsia, diairhiea, and kidney troubles. 8ANDliR'S EXTRACT, applied to nlcors, burns, sprains, euls, inllamod and ilehing skin, gives iininediato roliof und cures per manently. Threo drops in a teaspoonful of cod liver oil 1b a specific in all chronic luug affections. Rheumatism ia cjuickly dis pelled by it. Reliability, effect ivenoB«, und safely are tho groat attributes of SA'NDEU'S EXTRACT, Mr. H. L. Hobday, of Port Fairy and Koroil, has pleasure in announcing that he has made arrangements to personally ? visit ICoroit every Tuesday and Thursday, and may be consulted at his surgery ad ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Factory Managers Conference. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 29 May 1915

Factory Managers Conference. The occasion on which the butter fac tory managers of Victoria annually conic together in conference is essentially a time when matters affecting the interests of the dairying industry throughout the Stale come on for review. The members of this association, in the course of their dailv occupation, find out many matters that are callable of improvement, and this necessarily involves criticism. The De partment of Agriculture is the Govern ment institution most affected, because the existence of such a body presupposes continual vigilance, and a reasonable de gree of intelligence in looking after the interests of an industry which is so potent a factor in the prosperity or otherwise of the State. Mr. R. Crowe, who has risen from the ranks of the butter factory managers to his present position of Super intendent of Exports, takes a leading part in the discussions of the association, and it is creditable to his tact that he is able to say what is necessary t...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Empire Day Celebrations. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 29 May 1915

Empire Day Celebrations. On Monday last Empiro Day was celobrated at tho ICoroit btato school, and tho morning lessons wero largely ?o£ n patriotic naturo, Upon assembling in tho aftornoon tho children saluted tho (hip and sang tho National Anthem. 'i'hoy wero then marched indoors, whero n pro gramme, including speeches, songs, otc., was gono through. Mr. "NV, J. Stevenson, chairman of tho school com mittee, presided. Tho chairman said it was hardly necessary for him to mention tho pur pose of the gathoring that clay-that hud no doubt been impressed upon tho children by the teachers. Empiro Day was inaugurated in memory of tlio lute Quoen Victorin, it being felt tlinti such a good and gracious micen was worthy of all possible honor. This year the celebration was being carried out in unfavorable circumstances, and never beforo had tho necessity of being united been so much brought) home to them. A foreign power was endeavor ing to wrest from us our liberties. Britishora onjoyed freed...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Melbourne Pig Market. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 29 May 1915

Melbourne Pig Market. Adamson, Strettlc and Co., SOS Bourke St., Melbourne, report this week's pig market as follows; 2150 were yarded, 749 of which were sold by us. Stores.-The bulk of the forward sorts were purchased by the trade, owing to the scarcity of good pork, consequently prices were a shade better than last week. Best 3 is to 39s, seconds 25s to 28s, slips 9s to 17s, suckers 4s to 6s. Porkers-Prime pigs were again very scarce, and prices for best were about 2s higher than last week. Prime heavy 46s to 50s, extra to 60s, prime medium 37s to 42s, prime light 31s to 34s. Baconers.-There was a larger yarding this week, but the general quality was hardly as good as last week. Competition was rather patchy, and the market fell from 3s to 5s per head at the start, and continued to be very dragging throughout, especially for half fat and inferior sorts. Prime heavy weights 84s to 93s, extra choice from 98s to £5 12s, which price we obtained for a pen of very nice quality dairy fed...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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State School Patriotism. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 29 May 1915

State School Patriotism. "Whilst we are eating butter ab 2s. per lb,, Poles are eating the bark of trees."-Miss May Cox, patriotic or ganiser to Victorian Education Dept. Mr. S. Bacb, an ex-Victorian Go vernment! printer, Fiji,- writing to a Victorian toucher of the wonderful success of the juvenile patriotic effort, said, " I want) to expross my gratifica tion at tho noblo work. Being a Vic torian myself, I am glod they are ' making good' ab this serious crisis. Wo are also doing our very bosb hero. In tho early days of the conflict! we were deeply interested, because of our greab possibility of disaster. The fate of Papeete would also have been ours, bub for one factor-a big one-the " Australia." May your patriotic suc cess continue." Mr. Edgar Davny, M.A., L.L.B., Victorian inspector, found tbo Maldon schoolboys selling pipe-clay, bottles, rags, old iron, newspapers, solder, rab bits, carting firewood, making first-aid splints ; whilst the girls were making and selling children's...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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General Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 29 May 1915

General Summary. Belgian bullous on sale at the Pops to night. He a Briton and buy a button to'hclp buy bread for the Belgians. Grass is making rapid headway at Nhill, and slock sent away in the drought period is being relumed. Owing to the war and the recent drought the Lockhart (N.S.W.) show for this year has been abandoned. State official! declare that instead of the tobacco growing industry languishing it is improving in Victoria. During the recent dry spell a Willaura farmer used slu-oak as fodder for sheep, with satisfactory results. Farmers at Donald arc sowing every available ncrc. The area under wheat will greatly exceed (hat of last year. The staff of Ihc State Savings Bank of Victoria now numbers G05, and of these 79 have joined the expeditionary forces. The only curate, the organist, 16 choir men, And eight bell ringers of Sitiingbournc Church, Kent, have gone on activo service. Mrs Jano Lawrence, of Castlcmaine, died on Friday night, aged 101 years. Deceased enjoyed goo...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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BALANCE-SHEET. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 29 May 1915

BALANCE-SHEET. The promoters of the above concerts (Mra. Trollops and Miss La/Ian) have issued another balance-sheet, covering the operations for the past month, as follows :-Receipts : Balance on hand, lis lOd ; door takings, £35 7s 9d ; donations (Mra Barr 10s, sympathiser 5s, "Sentinel" 4s). Expenditure : Kent of hall, £2 ; printing and adver tising, £1 8s; music, £1 ; second cheque for "Argus" fund, £32; ba» lance at bank, 10s 'id. £01 has thus been raised in ICoroit by means of these popular eutertninments for the benefio of. the Belgian Milk Fund. Having learnb that the local branch of the Red Cross Society is in need of financial assistance the organisers have decided tlmt the proceeds of next Satur day's concerb shall be devoted to thab laudable purpose. Ladies are requested to do their utmost to secure a bumper house on thab occasion.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 29 May 1915

Sloroit Weekly Sale. THURSDAY, JUNE 3. O) OKIKN BROS, wil Sell by Public JD Auction on above date, when they will offer CATTLE. f> Choice Diirv Cows, in good condition .} Springing Heifer? 35 Store Cows, in fair order SHEEP 2A Prime Comeback Wethers .'.'J Crossbred Weaners, in 5001! order GO Crossbred Ewes, iu lamb to Liaoolns PIGS. HORSES. SUNDRIES. Special Buyer for strong, well-grown STORES iu atiundanco Warrnamtoool Corporation Yards. WEDNESDAY, JUKE 2. 01 ORIEN BROS, will Sell by Public JL) Auction, at the Corporation Yards, on the above dato the following CATTLE: .I Prime Cows from Graamerc t> Good Store Cows 12 Vt-ArliDgd SHEEP. oU Prime Crosabcp.d 2-tooths 15 Prime Weaners (On acc. Mr. James Martin) :} Extra Prime Shropshire Wethers 2 Extra Prime Shropshire Ewes Prizetakers at all local shows. HOKSES SUNDRIES. TUESDAY, JUNE 1. FAT & STORE PIGS. Koroit Weekly Sale. THURSDAY, JUNE 3, MURGH, TAYLOR & BEAL (through their Auctioneer, T. Beal) will bold their...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 29 May 1915

pVYPS',? I Furniture for the Cottage or the f . : Mansion.. . Only first-class workmen em ployed at our Factory. J One trial will convince you of the i superiority of our goods. ' GIVE US THAT TRIAL B. PHILLIPS, M®BIG STREET WARfiNAMBOOL HIT TiriZBER IYIHR.CKANT, HIGH STREET, INVITES INSPECTION OF HIS STOCK OF {§|Hardwood, Hurdles, Cement, Droppers, Gates, Troughs, Pickets, Palings, Red Gum, Softwood, n 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. SEWING MACHINES ARE SOLD BY A LOCAL FIRM. PRICES: £3 10s. TO £9 15s. Long Guaranty. EASY "EDMS. Twted And Found THE BEST. In ate Mi over thi Commonwealth. WARD BROS B " 36-38 Errol St., North Melbourne The Comfort of Thoujands of Housewives. They save more money anil do more work with leu labor than any other machine! on the market, and yon can't wear them out. Ward Bros. ; Almost" Won't do. You want tlie BEST, and you are ...

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Fighting for their Country. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 29 May 1915

Fighting for their Country. Amongst the wounded at the Dardan elles is Mr. D. A. McLean, lancc-sergeant, son of Mr. D. N. McLean, head teacher at Concongella, near Stawell. Mr. McLean will be remembered in Koroit as ledger Icceper at the National bank. While here he took a prominent part in the training of young Australian soldiers, holding the post of lieutenant, and also in football and other games. For some time he was secretary of the local football club. Soon after the call for Australian troops he enlisted as a private, being at that time accountant at the Richmond branch of the bank. Spurred on by the stirring newspaper accountsof the gallant deeds of Australians at the front within the past few weeks many volunteers have left Port Augusta to enlist for active service (says the "Dispatch"). Last week two members of the staff of that paper intimated their desire to enlist. One of the young men is Mr. William Thistlethwaite (who has been on the staff of the "Dispatch" for about...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE Koroit Sentinel AND Tower Hill Advocate. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING MAY 29. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 29 May 1915

fKovoit Jfittind A N l> (fou'cv iiiU SUvocatf. PDBLI6HRD EVKBY SATUHDAY SATURDAY MORNING MAY 29. Current Topics. Before leaving Smeaton Mr. and Mrs. Forsyth were entertained at a valedictory gathering in the Smeaton hall, about 100 ladies and gentlemen attending. Repre sentatives were present from all the sur rounding localities, and Cr. D. Anderson occupied the chair. During the evening the chairman made a presentation of an expanding gold wristlet watch to Mrs. Forsyth, and a massive gold albert and pendant, suitably inscribed, to Mr. Forsyth. In handing over the presents the chairman said their guests had been in Smeaton about eight years, and as manager of a fine sound financial institution Mr. Forsyth had been a success. They had given the presents as tangible expressions of their goodwill ar.d appreciation of a gentleman and lady's worth. Continuing the chair man said he rteslrid. to tell Mrs. Forsyth that they admired hei for kindly sym pathy to all, especially to the 'hil...

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Sixpenny Pops. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 29 May 1915

Sixpenny Pops. Wliob wns considered by many re gular patrons tho boat programmo smco tin; incoption of tho popular Saturday night concerts, was given on Saturday laBb. HumorouB nnmbors were judiciously intorsporod wilh othors of a moro sober nature, and all wore highly enjoyable, A part song, "Lifo's Dream is O'er," by six Convent pupils, wns exceptionally well rondered, aud showed oarcful training, Tho young Indios received a well dosorved eneoro. By special requesb tho minuet given at a previous concorb wns ropoatod, with as much succcss as beforo. About twelve children (Convonb pupils), gavo n protty exhibition of drill and song. Thoy were dressed in night attire, with bare feet, nnd quito captivated tho audionce. A coon song, "Honoy, stay in Your Own Back Yard," wns keenly onjoyed, An original comic duet, "After you with the Soap, Dear," by Mrs. W. Rundell and Miss S. Tcrrett, in which a number of local hits were made, brought forth roars of laughter. Having been billed as "Koro...

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