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District Recruiting. COMMITTEE APPOINTED. CONSCRIPTION FAVORED. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 July 1915

District Reeruitin COMMITTEE APPOINTED. CONSCRIPTION FAVORED, At tlio request of tbo Stato parlia montary recruiting committee tlio mayor (Cr. Duwnoy) convened a moot, mg to consider a request from tlio body named for tlio formation of a rccruiting committed in Koroit, Tlioro was a good attendance. Tho chairman oxplainod tho objocb of tlio mooting, and road a circular pointing out the various wayu in which tlio movement might bo forwarded. Ho said ho would be ploaaod to hoar suggestions, and invited a conversa tional discussion. Air. Faraglier.-How many men liavo gono from Koroit? Tho Mayor.-About 60. Air. Bourke.-Not all local residents? Tho mayor said ho spoko of tho Koroit recruiting station. Mr. Faraglier said ho did nob think more than ten men had gono from tbo borough of Koroit, out of n population of 2000. Creswick, with a. population of 2000 had sent) GO. Tho point io that nearly all those who havn gona are not men, thiiy are boys. It was a singular thing that tlio older men...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Melbourne Pig Market. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 July 1915

Melbourne Pig Market. Adarason, Strcttlc and Co., 396 Bourke St,, Melbourne, report tliis week's pig market as follows : Stores.-Best aorta wore again eagerly competed for at fully last week's prices. Small low conditioned sorts wcro however inclined to ease. Porkers.-Although the supply was a fair one, competition was exceedingly keen, and prices wero quite as high as last week. Prime heavy 51s to 56s, extra to 63s, prime medium 4la to 47s, prime tight 35s to iiiconer®.-Although the number penned was not a large one, most of the pigs for* ward wero of good quality and prime, and the eale was a particularly good oue, pricos realized being agaiu a Utile higher. Primo heavy 88s to 08s, extra choice £5 to £6 la, a pen of 7 very nice quality weighty pigs which we sold for Mr. W. K. M'Kenzie, of Albcrtuu, making the latter price, which is a record for the Molbourne marker. Priino medium 74a to 84a,, prime light 64a to 60s, half-fat aud inferior sorts were bought by Hie pork butchers at p...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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KOROIT V. PORT FAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 July 1915

KOROIT y. PORT FAIRY. 'flia Koroit team journeyed to Port Fairy last Saturday to piny their return match in connection with the district competition, and although represen ed by a attong combination Uiey snKored detent by one point). At no stage of the gauie did the locals display any of thoir usual cloverness in handling the ball, nnd from a spectator's point of view it) looked as if (ho locals held their oppouonts too cheaply. At auy ralo there will want) to bo a marked improvement in thoir play if they want to boat) tho Warruauibool team next Saturday. It is seven years since Port Fairy previously beat Koroit. Iu tl)B first quarter tho home team had the advantago of tho wind, and wore soon ou tho attack, scoring a point). Koroit responded with a similar score. Then Pott Fairy smartly snapped a goal. At this stagosouio of tho Koroit) defenders woke up to tho fact that the game had strated, and ovontually breaking through, 6Cored threo points before the" quarter emlod. The second q...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Koroit Rifle Club. MUSKETRY COURSE, 1914-5, B. CLASS.—MARKSMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 July 1915

Koroit Rifle Club. MUSKETRY COURSE, 1014-5, 13. CLASS.-Mauksmkn. K. I. Hupkios ... ... Gordon Simmonda ... ' >V. J. Rundell W. N. Webb I. JolwiBtOQ ... .... It. PatoD ... Geo. Matter* ... ... R. Faraglier ... 8taii. Bertram! ... Win: Hain ... ;.. Jae. Eldridge ... VV. Bertrand ... . M. Russell 1 . ... . FIBST CLASS. . VV. Brenuao ... Tho«. Paton ... ... J. FUhavIn J. Wilkine John Ogle ... . i R: O'Neill ... J; L. Paton ... ... SECOND CLASS. Geo. SimJionds ... J. Niokoll ." A. CLASS.- Jumohs, Li. Meredith ... ?. ? ... J. Miller P. Power A. Terrett ... ,,, U Kevan ... ... - II. Morrison ... L. Spring ... H. Howden ... H. Kruger VV. Trogauowau - '... Jas. Matters ... Joliu Matter! ' Geo; Wright ... ... 169 187 167 106 163 161 180 169 157 156 155 ISO 160 145 114 148 142 138 137 135 >20 116 195 194 193 190 IBS 179 178 177 173 169 166 164 160

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Football. ASSOCIATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 July 1915

Football. ASSOCIATION MEETING. All clubs woro roprosonbed ntn meob ing uf tlio abuvo hold ab tho Calodonian hotel, Warrnnmbool, on Wednesday ovening. The prnsidcnb (Mr. F. O'Brinn) occupied tbo chair. Hulo No. 21, regarding pormitB, wit'3 altered to road " that permits bn granted to porsous inaido tlio speciBod radius." Mr. Henry (Wnrrnambool) bad asked for a definition of a " bona fido" resident, and tbo Association's honorary solicitor (Mr. Molonworth) gave tbo opinion that a man is a resident of tbo placo wliero bis borne is, and whore ho spends hie weok ends. After discus sion, ill was decided that a man work ing 22 days out of tbo 28 stipulated in tbo rules bo oonsidorod n bona fido reaidonb of tlio placo whoro ho is work ing Mr. Los. Tato wroto that ho did nob intond to umpiro any further matches unless tbo association came to his forms, viz.-.E2 2s. por match -Tlio resignation was accepted on tho motion of Messrs Hobbs and JDornoy, and ib %vas agreed that Tnte's next two fix ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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On Active Service. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 July 1915

On Active Service. Mr. R. B. Lurati, who was in charge of Mr. Hobday's dental business here before proceeding to the front, writes from Cairo to a friend as follows Just a line to let you know something about this little old place. We have only been hete about a week, but it has been a week full of fun and excitement. If we return I will tell you what I can remem ber about it, and haif the boys of the Western District will be saving up for a trip to Cairo. Every race, color, creed and class is represented here, and there is every kind of entertainment. We receive more pay than the English, lrrench, or Ghurka troops, and on that account are more popular with the natives, the girls, and the general public. There m e cafes, dance and music halls, skating, picture shows, etc., everywhere. Small tables and chairs abound in every street, where one can sit down and anything in season will be brought by the waiters. We visited the 1'yraniids at the old camp at Mena, also the big hospital at...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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DISTRICT NEWS. PORT FAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 July 1915

DISTRICT NEWS. PORT FAIRY. According to tho return presented to Parliament) lusb week, on May 2-1 last Mr. Long hold 115 tons of liny and J. Powell and Sod 5370 bushels nf oats. No otlior person iu the district held slocks ovor 1000 bushels of cereals or 100 tons of hay, straw, or chtill. At the lust mooting of the Me chanics' committee a credit) balance oi £82 lis 2d was shown, and accounts amounting to £20 I2s wore passed fur payment. It was decided that two gas tires bo procurod and iuslalled one iu the free leading room and tin' other iu tho mouibors' reading ruum. Wurraut-Olliuer J. A. Nuwton, sul> district) naval officer, Port Fairy, h.n rccoived tliH following highly Uanm-inc tostiinony from tho D.N.O. (Captain J. T. Kicbardson) regarding tho re spouse which has been made by the uaval cadets and others here :-" Well done, Port Fairy. Fourteen volun teers for front arrived yesterday, but moto required. Government considers roinforcing existing battalion at front more urgent...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Koroit Petty Sessions. FRIDAY, 2nd JULY. (Before Messrs BOURKE, Stevenson, and Crawford, J.'sP. TRESPASSING ON RAILWAY STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 July 1915

Koroit Petty Sessions. FHIDAV, 2nd JUI.Y. (Before Messrs BOURKE, Stevenson, and Crawford, J.'sP. TRESPASSING ON RAILWAY STATION. E. J. Perkins was charged with allowing a mare lo stray on the premises of the Illowa railway station. Defendant pleaded guilty. Joseph Dean, officer of the Railway department, said the case was under bye law 42. It was a serious matter for per sons to allow stock to wander on railway stations where produce was being received and sent away. Cautions had been of no avail and he had been forced to bring defendant to court. He did not ask for a heavy penalty. A. O. Warne, stationmaster, Illowa, gave evidence that the animal had wandered 011 the station premises; where produce was received and sent away, and where trains ran at night. The bench said it was a serious thing for animals to wander in railway station premises, where produce was handled, and night trains ran. Defendant would be fined I0s, with £l 2s fid costs. If any riiore cases of the kind came be...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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General Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 July 1915

General Summary. V.R C, National mooting opens to (hy. The Commonwealth coursing mcclins has been abandoned. s The W. A. racing club made a loss 6r nearly JtMOOO last season. There arc 2700 names on the rosier of the unemployed i t Melbourne. Port Fairy businesses arc ulosin^ cat;j., clay from 12.1'JO t" 1.30-lunch hour.' Viator Trurnpcr, the well-known crickc-Ur died in Sydney on Monday, at the a«e of as A nurse writing from Kgypt f-ays she» ashamed that Australians arc not enlistfo. freely. The production of Scotch malt whisW has decreased by 1,000,000 g'dlone for liig season. Four tons of fish caught by the New South Wales truster were sold List week at 2d. per lb. Under the new licensing laws a person f$ has to travel "0 mites to heeome a bom l fide traveller. | Kecruiting in the city is improving, and E it is believed thai Australia will tie able to E offer new units. E Six hundred old Hcrnnrdo boys arc in llic Canadian contingent, which has covets itself with glory. My the rcc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 July 1915

WALLHpapers. WALL TAPERS. WALL PAPERS The Latest Designs now open for inspection. CALL AND SEE Til KM Oil WRITE FOR PATTERNS. P. F. HARPER, ouse and Sign Painter [ESTABLISHKi> 15 YEAKS.] TO PERSONS ABOUT TO BUILD. BEFORE CALLING ELSEWIIERU CALL UPON OK WRITE TC S1MMONDS & HAIN, TIMBER MERCHANTS AND CONTRACTORS, KOlvOIT, And got tholr Prices for all Kinds of Building: Matorlal. Palings, Posts, ami Kails, ami nil kinds of Builder's Ironmongery. Timber Hinges T. and G. Pino Mouldings Doors Sashes Mantelpieces Drain Pipes Oils and Lead Gutter Tiles Galvanised Iron Spouting' Ridging Bricks .. Hoof Nulla Lime Weights Wire Nails Sheet Lead Pine Weatherboards Grates Locks Glass Piping Stoves Putty Cement EST1JT1HTES JP DESIGNS PREPARED PT SHORTEST NOTICE, FREE. BICYCLES. W BICYCLES, RNER BICYCLES. BICYCLES. We have built and supplier! nearly 1000 "TURNER" BICYCLES to deliver His Majesty'? M £.la throughout Victoria, and nil the other Commonwealth States....Tbis shou'd interest yo...

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Belgian Relief Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 July 1915

Belgian Relief Fund. Tlii! amount of the above acknow ledged in our last issue was £22,| gs 9d, and the treasurer (Mr. Stevenson) has since receive £10 6s 6tl, acknowledged below, making a total of £234 165 6d. Mr. Stevenson states tie has received £241 Is id, so probably some amounts have not been acknowledged in the Press, Persons whose collections or contribu tions have not been acknowledged are asked to inform the treasurer. The fourth contribution of £50 has been tor warded and acknowledged in the "Ar gus - Previously acknowledged ... 224 tj 9 Collected by Miss Anderson ... 4 16 0 ,, Miss M. Duffus ... 426 " Miss Paton (lllowa)... 1 8 0 £234 16 3

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 July 1915

Koroit Weekly Sale. THURSDAY, JULY 8. 0) ORIEN BROS, wil Soli by Public J3 Auctiou on above dato, when thoy will offor CATTLE. 8 Choicc Dairy Cows, in full profit aud springing 4 Dairy Cows, guaranteed 10 Storo Cows 12 Young Cuttle, 1£ years SUKEP I?5 Primo Comeback ami Crossbred Ewes GO Crossbred Woancrs in good condition IMGri. HOUSES. SUNDRIES. Spocial Buyer for strong, well-grown 'STORES in atteudauco Warrnambool Corporation Yards. WEDNESDAY, JULY 7. 01ORIEN BROS. will Soil by Public II) Auution, at the Corporation Yards, ou the above dftto the following CATTLE: 5 Meshy Cows .1 liood Dairy Cows, guaranteed SHEEP. L'f) Prime Crossbred Ewea -0 Primu Liunbs HORSES SUNDRIES. TUESDAY, JULY 6. FAT & STORE FIGS. Koroit Weekly Sale. THURSDAY, JULY 8. MURCII, TAYLOR & BEAL (through Llioir Auutioueur, T. Her. I) will hold their Weekly Sale of Stoek at thoir Koroit Yards un Uic above duto, when they will offer CATTLE. : SHEEP PIGS. . HORSES. SUNDRIES. Warrnambool Corporatio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 July 1915

Furniture for the Cottage or the Mansion. Only first-class workmen em ployed at our Factory. One trial will convince you of tlie superiority of our goods. GIVE US THAT TRIAL. E. B. PHILLIPS, LIESIG STREET WARRMMBOOL IT PITOI, TIMBEEIMEEDHiNT, HIGH STREET, INVITES INSPECTION OF HIS STOCK OP fgHardwood, Hurdles, Cement, Droppers, Gates, "a" Troughs, Pickets, Palings, Red Gum, Softwood, Iron, Etc. Call and Inspect, Before Purchasing Elsewhere Sole Agent for Koroit and District for Bates and Co.'s Open Fire Stoves Law Union and Rock Insurance Co. The Best-The Cheapest MACHINES ABE SOLD BY A LOCAL FIRM. PfilCES; £3 10s. TO £9 ISs. Guarantee. EASY 'EDMS, Tuted andFoand THE BEST, la an all over thi Commonwealth. The Contort of Thouiaads of Housewives. They save more money and do mori work with leis labor than any other machine* on the market, and yon can't wear them oat. Ward Bros. WARD BROS., 36-38 Erroi St., North Melbourne "Almost" Won't do. You want the BBS?, and you are entitled to ge...

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THE Koroit Sentinel AND Tower Hill Advocate. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING JULY 3. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 July 1915

THE Ifovoit >cntiiif! AM* wowcv giU ^ilrocatc PUBLISHED EVKRT SATDRDAT SATURDAY MORNING JULY 3. Current Topics. The local branch of the Red Cross Society is urgently in need of funds to provide material. There arc plenty of willing workers now, and the executive is unable to keep them fully employed. Surely in a rich district like this such a necessary work will not be allowed to slacken. A balancc-sheet for the past ten months has been made out, and shows that £128 16s has been spent in material, chiefly flannel, blankets and wool. This, of course, is exclusive of the large quan tity of garments and material contri buted. The balance-sheet may be in spected at Matters' Stationery Depot. At present the society is in debt to the extent of £15. After a meeting held to consider the finances on Thursday a num ber of the ladies called at the "Sentinel" office, and requested that the fact that the Society needs immediate financial assist ance be impressed upon the public gener ally. No...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 July 1915

DEATH. PATON.—On June 28, at his parents' resi- dence, Rosebrook, dearly beloved oldest son of George and Dolly Paton. Aged 11 years. A patient little sufferer gone to rest. IRVING.—At Koroit, on July 2, 1915, Bertha Ann, dearly beloved wife of W. J. Irving, aged 42 years. The funeral will leave her late residence at 2 30 p.m. on Sunday (to-morrow) for the Tower Hill cemetery. T. RUNDELL & SON, Undertakers.

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Stock Markets. KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 July 1915

Stock Markets. KOUOIT. O'Brien Bros. report TIiursday( July 8. Fairyardings of nil classes and a good sale. Pigs.- 85 penned, for which thoro was a strong domnnd til slightly improved rales, and all pens were Hold at unction for Messrs. M. J, Phyland i*0a Gd, P. Lenohnn 26a Od, N. Foley 20s, P. Hogan 21a, \V. Mitclmm .'MB, Mro, Keilor 55i, P. Costollo 18s 3d, A. Mndigun 29s, A. Koll 2Gs, Thomas O'Brien MB, .lames Giblin 3Ih, John Strain 72k Gd, W. J.Gooden lis, It. Fish 2lo 6d, W. J. Irving MB 3d and 2Gs, and E. Trollopo 12s. Quotations-Welbgrown stores 20b Gd to 31s, Blips 18a 3d to 24s, smaller sorts 1 la to Mh, sows in young to 72a (id. Sheep.-232 penned, mid although bid* dings wero hardly us keon us last week, every pen was disposed of at highly witia factory ralea for Mtesra Martin M'Mahnn fat lambs 210s, good conditioned woaners 19a 9d, K, O'Brien crossbred weaners IGa lOd and 10a lid, and comeback weaners lGs Gd, Geo. Gunn crossbred lambs 19a Gil, 193 Od, and 20a 3d,.J unea ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Alleged Cornering Onions and Potatoes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 July 1915

Alleged Cornering Onions and Potatoes. Ia tho Legislative) Assembly Inst week Mr. Prondergnst said :-I desire to call attention to two articles of food which are just now beginning to be subject to the control of a ring. I allude to potatoes und onions. It is well known that potatoes to-day are rising rapidly in price, and any man who follows tho market can aoe the effect of the operations of tho ring in connection with potatoes. Mr. Carlisle-Don't you think we ought to fix prices 1 Mr. Prondergast-Potatoes will go up to £20 a ton, and then the honor able memfcor for Beualla will keep quiet, and we shall not hear him mak ing any suggestions about fixing prices to prevent the public being robbed by the high prices brought about by people who aro corneriug theao pro ducts. The gibos of people against tho State taking action in these nmttors, will not prevent mo from d.)ing my duty in this direction, Potatoes keep going up all the time. In my district there is one man cornering potatoe...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 July 1915

It is the wish of all M.1V* To ealeh iho Speaker's eye. By porsvvoranco they may all Bo Spuakura bye aud bye, ' Via ooi the wibti of anyono To cutoh anothor'a cough, Take Woods' Pcppormlub Cure, and you Will «Uve Iho evil off. Canadians at the front use lacrosac sticks to throw grenades. When a man ia easily bought the buyer Is usually sold, For Olironio Cheat Complaints, Woods' Groat Foppoririiiit Cure, 19 Gd, For llroncliinl Coughs, inlcc Wnorlfa' Groat i'oppnnnint Cure, Is fld. Best Imported Hig'h Class CONFECTIONERY. # FIRST QUALITY FRUITS IN REASON DIlUiCT FROM THE ORCHARD. Toys, Stationery, School Roqulsltos, Etc. Orders Taken for Photo En largements. Guaranteed by Artist. Wins. 12. 1. BRYAMT, - K 0 R 0 1 T. - TAILORING BUSINESS. MR. P, GARTLAN wishes to inform the residents of Koroit und Surroundintj Districts that he linn taken over the Hnsi ncBs formerly conducted in Commercial Roud, Knrnit, by the late John Clcary, and is prepared to execute all orders entrusted to him in ...

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Racing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 July 1915

Racing Notes. By 'VFIcmin^ton." Another Grand National Stcflpla chaso will bo decided (it Flsmlngtan this nftoii con. It promises to bo Bp to tho avorairo succosa in every way.-^, True tlipi-if 'will be no "Napoleon of tho 0 nso" in tho Bold sinca Olontaft will not mc<ot tho engagement, but among thoso still remaininu in aro a fair num ber of horses which havo proved thorn s-elves in tho cross country department. It wilt bo an inter-stato battle as tho ts.tm includes oandidntoB from South Australia and Now South Wales, as woll os the Victorian lot, t Now that it has como to tho final word, tho problem, to me at least, (till seems a rather dilfiotilt ono. It Is a lone journoy and hazardons, and the horso which gots first to tho judgo will be ontitlod to tho spoils of victory. As stated in Inst lottof, Tinto oomeB into the calculations again einca his train er now hopes to deliver him at the post fairly chip shapo. Mr Moffat's chestnut is a fino jumpor, tho country train?: ...

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Clarke's Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 July 1915

Clarke's Hill. (From a correspondent). There has been considerable fiotivity in tho potato mnrlcub daring tha past fortnight, (ho prico having nearly doubled. This Inst few duys (written July 6) thero has been a decline and the prico is now £8 15s. Though do liveries aro fairly heavy they by no means represent the resources of the district, ns the soil in sticky places adheres to the tubers, so as to make them unsaloablo ati present. Tho weather for a good timo past has varied between fine, misty, and rainy, tho latter for the past week or two pre dominating largely. Tho intense cold of other winters, boworcr, is absent, bub may be expected any timo. Grain crops aro growing well, but, of course, grass will be scarce for two or three months to come. This part and Gipps land seem to bo Iho moBb favored as regards tho supply of moat, hand food standing to tho farmers hero, while in Gippslaud there is in places a fair supply of grass. Potato digging will hardly bo finished hero this mon...

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