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Racing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 29 May 1915

Racing Notes. By "Fleminglon." j A postponement of flio Epsom moot-' [ m<: mi Saturday seemed justified by tho' ? v.ralhi-r outlook, lint fowards mid-dny Hi . ruin ceased and ttio riiciiif; was put - Ihi-miirli in fairly fino_weather. Ij.K.O. ; !i _i:r.-rI among ili^ winners a^ain, his j r.nv bring flio Welter J:*niirlio.iji. TTo i i, in groat form just now, and heavy i ground seems just (o his liking. Tr.K.fi. I V.-OII Ill's recent mm in such smart ; Mylo Hint it may lake roitio weight to i stop liiui in suburban company, » j-evially wliilo tlio ground- remnins sod I don. f I-'psom programme contained hofh a Hurdle Race and a S(ooplccha.=o. Tho ; UMlo slick ovont, went to Van JTom i r ifih, a jumper which has not oxpori [ rnc-d (hn best of luck since ]io cniuo to f .".rclhnnrno from Albnry way UxhrjdR') j iv appeared in this raco ami "in viinnin" I I bird d-d well enough to indicate that ; h . is coming on nicely. Hy tho time ; t!iiwinter campaign in in full swing, : IVu...

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

Koroit United Friendly Societies. There was ?» good attendance at a mooting of iho abota on Thursday evening, the various societies beinc. presented as follows Oddfello Messrs J. Wilkins, A. Conlan Dean; A.N.A., D. Spring chair), R. Paton, T. Paton; ReclinM,.^ ReR. Faragher, J. R.Mortis; C Y M s ' M. Crowe, J. AIcEvitt; H.A.CJJs' tv. Murray. '. ASfDULAXCK REGULATIONS. Air. R. Paton reporled hnv'mr, ceived from Ibe town clerk tho ambu lance regulations as amended bv th» council. One of the main alteration., was whoro tlia committeo sufja,.Sied having a savings bank account, but tf,u council pointed out that such an «c couot was rather difficult of acce<.j' whereas if paid into the council fn,,ri any expense can be met, from same \s tho council was taking control of the ^rnt fVt,' ?S t!'n,y fftir t0 Kivo con. trol of tho fntuls. Mr T. Paton nsked as to tho charge of 6d. per mile, ° It was pointed out that the council considered the use of the vehicle shoal,| bo paid for, bu...

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

Koroit Bowling Club. The following "pome" blew into this office during the recent stormy weather, hence we arc unable to say who is the culprit At bowls we've played tcom day to day* All through the summer fine, And tho' we're not all cracks as yet, We may be so in time. We're persevering very much, We all say do or die, And soon we'll have a rink or two, That no one dare defy. George Matters' ginger bowls make good. More often than they're wide, And oft (he jack ho carries on, And scores some for his side. Lou Paton won't obey the cap, Allho' he blamua eome others, And Robert sends some good ones downt That his opponent smothers. Joe Barnes has rarely much to say, Full oft bin bowl needs " legs/' How much he likes that cup of tea, (I'd like to smell the dregs). The P.M. is the white-haired boy, The boss thinks much of him, But can't the beggar argue, He never will give in. When Howell puts a pozzy down, He shows it in his mien, Ho stands up with a lordly air, But seldom is this see...

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

Belgian Relief Fund. The local fund for the relief of the dis tressed Belgians has been increased during the last week, but the amounts collected show a decline in most instances. Some of the cards for May have not yet been handed in. £100 had been forwarded to Melbourne, and duly acknowledged, and a further £50 was sent yesterday. A supply of Belgian buttons has been received by the mayor, and for these there should be a ready sale. The fund now stands as fol lows : Previously acknowledged ... £163 14 6 Collected by Miss Annie Dwyer (Crosstey) ... I 10 0 " Mrs. Ecclcs ... ... 080 " Mrs. R. Officer ... I 8 0 " Mrs. F. O'Brien ... 096 "Mrs. J. Officer ... 4 5 9 " Miss Maggie Duffus ... 3 9° " Mrs. J. Matters ... 0 12 6 From Crossley branch ... 2 0 0 Presbyterian Sur.day School Crossley (in lieu of prizes), per Mrs Nathan Gibson ... 1 0 0 £180 17 0

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

K0R01T AND DISTRICT AMBULANCE REGULATIONS. 1. That in ordinary circumstances any member of Ibc Koroit Borough Council, the Town Clerk or the president of the Koroit United Friendly Societies, have authority to grant the use of the car. In cases of extreme urgency, however, the car may be used without formal authority 2. That the cat be available to all patient requiring its use. 3. That public bodies hiring the car be charged a fee of one guinea per day. 4. That private users be charged a fee of sixpence per mile one way for journeys twelve miles and over. 5. That a careful driver and quiet horses are necessary for transporting the car from place to place. That persons who apply for the use of the car be held responsible for any damage it may sustain while in their charge, and after use that they mu-t return the car to and store it in the buiid ing provided for it in the Town Hall yard 6 That the Town Clerk keep a record persons using the car, and that he be and is authorised to rec...

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

THE WAR. | .. i Two British third-class battleships, the Triumph and the Majestic, have been sunk by submarines near Gallipoli Penin sula. Most of the crews were saved. Embittered by the further loss of im portant ground between Arras and Lille, the Germans are flinging themselves on the French, but without avail. Several Zeppelins raided Southend, in Essex, on Wednesday night. One woman was killed, and a woman and child in jured. Terrific fighting has taken place be tween the Russians and Germans in Ga licia, and the result is still undecided.

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

Football. The opening match of the season WAS played between Koroit and Warr nambool last Saturday, on the ground of the lattor. Tbo day was anything but pleosanb for football, and the match was a fair resemblance of no man standing. Koioit included ten new players in tbe team, and the majority of them showed promise of Rood football later on in the season, Williams, Kelly, Dunne, and Duflus particularly coming prominently under tbo notico of the spectators. Of Wan nambool's new men Wilson and Ibbis ton showed good form, while that team is well strengthened by the addition of Burleigh and Morgan, of South Warr nambool, Tbe final scores were Warrnambool 5 10, lCnroit 1.5. Land* man, Wilson, Burleigh, Morgan, and Wilmot were the most prominent for the winners, while Dolan, McVicar, Spring, Williams, ITulm, and Dunne played well for Koroit. At Port Fairy on Saturday the home team started tbe season well by defeat ing battery (Warrnambool) by G.G to 4 4. This afternoon's programme is as...

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

PORT FAIflY. Owing to tbo schools being closed by order of the borough health officer, Che usual Empire Day celebration had to be abandoned at the local State school. Flags were flying- over a number of business establishments io the towD, this being the only evidooce of Erapiro Day anniversary. The local butchers could nob como to an understanding regarding the non delivery of meat and payment by cash at the shops until the titno of scarcity of stock and high prices has passed. No meeting wag arranged, hot one butcher states tlmt he intends to Adopt the call for-your order and pnycash principle. "It is stated that the St. Helens aod Codriugton State schools are to be worked on the half-timo principle. " Gazette."

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

DISTRICT NEWS. KILLARNEY. Tho main Port Fairy road, between Nestles' depot and Tower Hill, is now in a very bad state, the recent heavy rains and traffic cuttiDg it up badly. It is hoped the Country Roads Board will soon start with tho work of con structing tho proposed now road. Mr. Jock Finnigan, oi Ivillarney, had n lucky escape from a serious ac cident nt the Kirkstall railway station on Wednesday. Mr. Finnigan has a contract for supplying metal for con struction works on tho Port Fairy road. He, with two others, was un loading spawls from trucks, and it appears he was standing behind a sta tionary truck, when his a^siatonts, un noticed by him, pushed another truck along, and ho was caught between the buffers of both trucks. It was at first thought lie was seriously injured, and although ho soon recovered he was badly bruised, but no serious conse quences aro anticipated. Residents have been somewhat sur prised quito recently to find on going to wood heaps in the mornings that s...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 5 June 1915

Mr. H. L. Hobday, of Port Fairy and Koroitf baa pleasure in announcing that he has made arrangements to personally visit Koroit every Tuesday and Thursday, and may be consulted at his surgery ad joining Iiannabury's cycle depot, Com mercial Road.-Advt. For Bronchial Coughs, tukc Wooda' Great Poppoiminl Curo, la 0d, Best Imported High Class * CONFECTIONERY. # FIRST QUALITY FRUITS IN SEASON DIRECT FROM THli ORCHARD. Toys, Stattonory, School Requisites, Etc. Orders Taken for Photo En largements. Guaranteed liy Artist. MRS. HE. T. BRYANT, - KOROIT. - TAILORING BUSINESS. R. P. GARTLAN wishes to inform the 1VJL rt'Hiilcut9 of KnroiL and Surrounding Districts t*»at he has talcen over the J3nni ncsfi fouTiurly conductod iu Commercial Uoad, Koroit, by tho Into John Ok-a^y, and is preparer! to executc all ordora entriiBtod to him in a manner that cannot foil to give satisfaction regarding Material, Stylo, and Wotltman&hip. A continuance of the support accorded to Mr. Cleary is solicit...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 5 June 1915

WARRNAMBOOL. O'Brien Bros* report: Tuesday, Juno 1. Pigs.-230 penned, of which GO were stores. Only a few pens of prime pigs for* ward, which sold at about late high rates; The majority of the yarding was comprised of light weights and medium fata, for which the demand was weaker and values lower. Stores wero in good request at highor rates. Wo sold 77 for Messrs E. Mcuzel 72s, Mrs A. Beard 79s Gd, exors. M. J. Dunne 71s, M. Russoll 60s and 90s, J. Paige 52s, J. T. Dwyer 75s, C. R. Tulloh 52a 6d, Patrick Gorman 95s, John Lumsden 78s, Michaol Russell (Crosslcy) 89a Gd, William Hulm 8fis 5d, F. Skinner 75s, R. O'Donnell 95s, D. Bowman sen, 97a, M'Dauald Bros. 40s, and quote primo pigsl92a to 99a Gd, good do 44s to 90s, light weights 70a to 80a, modium 60s to 67si best forward stores 35s to 44s, well grown sorts 22s to 28a, slips 10a to 18s, small sorts 2s to 7s, backfatters £3 3s to £6, Wednesday. Sheep.-About 1000 penned. Although tho number forward was large, graziors and butchers c...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Koroit Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 5 June 1915

Koroit Borough Council. Tho usual monthly moating of tho above wns held on \Vedu03day evening, when there were present-Tho Mayor (Or Downoy) and Crs DufTus, Gloeson, Stevonson, M. Bourke, P. Bourlie, Simmonds, nnd bkilbeck. COBItKSrONDUKOU. From tho Government statist, ask ing the vtihm of tho Town Hall,-Tho town clork had replied that, the vnluo of tho hall wns £600. Prom tho PoBtmnsbcr-Gonornl, stall ing thab tho revenue from the ICoroib telephone exchange was now £133 8s 3d, and a sum of £16 lis 7d will re quire to bo subscribed before approval onn bo given for tho establishment! of n continuous service. In addition tho residents musb ngroe bo make good each year any deficiency botween the amount) received nnd tho minimum ninount required (£150).-In was pointed out that) this council hnd al ready agreed to pay half the amount required, nnd as soon as the Minhamite council agrees, tho council's cheque will bo handed to the postal department. From Public Health Department, re tlio ...

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 — 5 June 1915

Racing^Notes. By "Flcmington." Before quitting tho Turf, Iownit Is be uiven ono more chance to incrc&ao hia score. Tho brilliant bay is en naccd in a sprinting event in Adelaide to-day, and it lias been detorminod to let Mm tako Ills chance. It may be that tho amount of weight he has been naked to carry mil steady him, but as before said, he is accustomed to big burdens. Iownit has not in his earcw indicated any groat liking for a d.., tanco, though it must be con Cease that he was novor very seriously trie as a stayer. The fact that Iownit it not to run in tho Birthday Cup tin afternoon in Adelaide suggests that hi. trainer (W. S. Hickcnbothaoi) for one does not feel enamoured of his getting the uiilo and h-haUJ. The son o: Grafton is a very Ct horse just now, and perfect condition will at timos do wonders, but perhaps the Birthday Cup was boyond him. liven with Jowmt in opposition, could s.csyreely 'have seen any reason to alter ideas previously formed in regard to this Bi...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Stock Markets. KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 5 June 1915

Stock Markets. K0U01T. O'Brien Bim report Thur«day( Juno 3. Small yardinga and ft full ole&rance. Piga.-Nono forward, Shcop.-318 penned. A brisk demand, and all woro readily disponed of at auction for Mossra. William Mclvillo comeback wethers in low condition 9s Od, small cross bred lambs 12s 8d, J. Mahor aged croBsbrcd ewcB 12a Gd and 14s« John Ryan agod cross bred ewes '.in [light condition Ga Gd, cross bred lambs 17s 7d, H. Nagarohka comoback owes, aged, and in lamb, 9a 7d, crossbred do 10a Gd, Patrick Hiukoy tirat-croaa wcanors 15a 7d, aud T. Oliver heavy crosa woaucrs 183. Cattlo.-103 yarded. A fow fat cows niado full valuea. Dairy cowa and forward apringere woro in good request, and all forward cold roadily at im proved rales. IHcBby aud store cattlo woro slightly cabior, VVo sold 99 head for Messrs. James Joyce, Mrs. Jaa. Ryan, Thomas Beat, Willimn Hulm, M. Mun gavin, K. Gapes, C. O'Dowd, John Wilkin Ron, Mo\ricar Bros., Johu Trigg, J. J Glecaon, Faulkner Bros., M. Mo...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Football. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 5 June 1915

Football. There was a gaod attendance at a committee mooting of the Koroib club on Tuesday evening, Mr. G. H. Mat ters presiding. A letter was received from Mr. Tory (Caledonian hotel, Wnrvnambool) enclosing a cheque for £2 2s, and the secretary wa3 instructed to tender thanks for same. On behalf of the collectors Mr. F. O'Brion re ported having received £23 in cash, and £-1 2s promised, which was consi dered very satisfactory. A reporb on the recent danco showed a fair profit, and the secretary was instructed to convey tho best thanks of tho club to Miss Gleeson and Mr. Jenkiuaon for supplying such excellent music. In moving that £15 bo repaid to tho three supporters who had advanced that amount last) season Mr. PearsoD referred to their generous action in tiding the club over a difficulty. The motion was seconded by Mr. Paton, supported by others, and was carried unanimously. It was agreed to ask the association if clubs would be re sponsible under the Workers' Compen sation Acb s...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Original Correspondence. [It must be distinctly understood that we do not in any way identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents]. ARE THE "POPS" OBJECTIONABLE? To THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 5 June 1915

Original Correspondence. [It must be distinctly understood that we do not in any way identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspon dents]. ARE THE "POPS" OBJECTIONABLE? To THE EDITOR. Sir,-It 19 reported that the liov. J. Barniii^ham, at a meeting of the Christian Endeavor Society, held in tlie Methodist school room on Thurs day evening, advised the members of the society not to attend the enter tainments held ia Koroit for the Bel gians every Saturday evening, known a9 the "Pops," as. it was not a fib place to go to. As a parent whoso children attend every performance I must ask the Rev. Barninglmin to publish in next Saturday's "Sentinel'' hia reasons for so advising. -Yoars, etc , A PAKENT. Koroit, 4-6-IS.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Fighting for their Country [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 5 June 1915

Fighting for their Country J ] Corporal P. Cocks, of Terang, who « > reported wounded at the Dardanelli u ?| ttie eldest son of the Rev. H. J. Cock« [ one time Methodist minister at Koroit. Mr. Cocks' three sons have enlisted. r.v. Lieut. W. Freeman, of Koroit, who expects to sail for the front shortly, w.is V> married on Tuesday last to Miss HearJ, A,. of Warrnambool. The death from acute pneumonia h reported of Mr. J. II. Symonds, who w on his way to the front with the ^rra) Medical Corps. He was not unknown in Koroit, and was a nephew of Mr. J J Barnes. Lance-Corporal A. Hillas, who has dicJ from wounds received while fighting at ,, the Dardanelles, is a brother of Mr. \V. .:" Hillas, of Koroit. Private Leo. Walker, of Hamilton, who , has been wounded, was a leading amateur athlete. He is a nephew of Mr. Ben. Walker, of Koroit. Private Tom Faragher, second son of ?!:>< Mr. and Mrs. R. Faragher, has been in camp at Broadmeadows for the p st month, and is now ho...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WAR. RAID BY FRENCH AVIATORS. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 5 June 1915

THE WAR. HAID liY FK1SJNC11 AVIATOKS. An official message from London states that twenty nine French aviators dropped 178 bombs on the Crown Prince's head quarters, ninny of which struck Ihcir objective. The airmen also dropped seve ral thousand darts, and all the aircraft re turned safely. An official slilement has been issued at Vienna that the fortress of I'rzcmysl, in Galicia, which after a protracted siege was captured by the Russians in March, has again fallen into the hands of the Austriaus Although contesting every step of Ihc ! way, the Germans arc gradually yielding to i Ihc great pressure being exerted by the French on the road to Lille. j A point which has been stubbornly ; fought for ai the southern extremity of the Galiipoli Peninsula has been won at last by the Allies. The progress being made is dcscrided as "slow, tedius, but Splendid work has been done thus early by the Italian army. They arc now within sight of the coveted city of Trieste. Germans claim to have tak...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Disloyal German Settlers. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 5 June 1915

Disloyal GermaiT^ettiersj . - Albtiry is ono of tho higKost dorm, sofctlemonts in Australia, nncl it ' sidorably agitated by a conlrov.',! ? which ling arisen through an All/' " newspaper, recalling a rjsit t() '*» town find other centres in 1913 of ft y H. Kiliani, German Vice-Consol /' Australia. Thn paper stated ihni ,h" '. triumphant tour of Dr. Kilim,; J : wag accompanied by Gorman : oflicors, was doubtlosg undertaken »jii thn object of ascertaining the fai,, with which Gorman sot tiers w«0h regard tlio wur which Germany ( : many years pasl had intended tu'»«. against Great Britain and thn rem i Europe. Tlio Rev. W. Peters, Luth.ru-, minister and presidont of the Lutlw,. Synod of New South Wales, w",i, tho nowspaper, objecting tn th0 !0.' picion and slur which had, pnrlJ, unintentionally, been enst Up0n ,f, 1 Gorman settlers, and asserted Umt Dr : Kiliani'g visit was purely persontl ?? friendly and piivatc, and that the Oer ' man naval ollicors wero in tho district ; (juito inc...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Intercessory Service. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 5 June 1915

Intercessory Service. All intercessory service in connection with the war was held in St. Paul's Church, Koroit, on Sunday evening by the congregations of St. Paul's Church, the Presbyterian Church, and the Me thodist Church, with their united choirs. The church was so crowded that it was found necessary to put in many extra scats, even around the altar rails and the organ. The united choirs formed a strong body, and the sinpinR was excellent, the hvnins being specially chosen for the oc casion. At the conclusion of the service the National Anthem, in full, was heartily sung by all present. The intercessory service was led by the Rev. C. J. T. Martin, the lessons were read by Mr. Bulman, and the Rev. R. Nairn, M.A., preached an excellent sermon. The col lection amounted to £5 I7s 6d, which was handed to the local treasurer of the Red Cross Society. The preacher took his text from Genesis, tztlt chaper and 2nd verse-"And I wilt make of thee a great nation, and 1 will bless thee and m...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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