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Stock Markets. KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 21 February 1914

Stock Markets. KOROIT. OIBriou Broa. report Thursday, February 19. Light yardinge of all clasBea, conacqticnb on tlio cxtromoly hob day, but tho bulk of tho yardina was oold at full valuos. Pigs.--39 penned. A good demand, mid all sold readily ab auction, at prices fully equal to late rates, for Messrs VV. J. Loddin 61B Od and 52a Gd, Mnlior Bros 20s Od, J. L, O'Toolo jun 429, Alox Ryan 50s Od, W. Mitoham 25s Od, John Morning 65s, and quote boat forward stores 42a to 52a Od, slips 25s Gd to 20a Od, sows 05a. Shoop.-101 penned, and all wore sold for Messrs F. H. Bauluh aged ratna 1GB, Walter Hiddull inorlno wothcra Ofl 3d and 9o (Id, Bolgnc and Fitzgarald orossbrcd owes 4 and 5 years, l.'Ja 9d, orossbred wethera 12s, Michael Kavanagh lambs llo3d, 15. O'Kcefo two'tooth rams 20s, .*>le, and 40s, W. IT, Skilheck rnttiB ClOa. Cattlo.-02 yarded. A fow fat cowu Bold at lato ratos. Forward npringorH worn in brisk demand, as also woro all choioo autumn springers, bub as grozierfl woro int...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Colac Onion Crops. LIGHTEST ON RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 21 February 1914

Colac Onion Crops. LIGHTEST ON RECORD. Owing to climatic conditions at a critical period, the onion crop in tho Colao district will be the lightest on record. The harvest ing has begun, and many growers find themselves in a difficulty so far as fulfilling their obligations is conccrned. They sold early at (ram £3 to £4 10s per ton, and in consequence of tho abnormally low yield they cannot complete the contracts, with the result that in some instances they have had to purchase at the ruling rate to do so. These orders were given months ago for American trade, and the buyers who have entered into contracts there have to fulfil them, so that quite a number ot the grow ers will lose heavily. It would be a wise plan if the farmers would each sell a pro portion of their crop for export, as the local market would be relieved, and an all round benefit would accrue to the grower. Owing to the want of moisture the onions have not grown in size, and the result will be, , unless the Government...

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 — 21 February 1914

Koroit Weekly Sale.. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26. Of IJUIUN BROS, wil Soli liy l'nbllo 13 Auction on nbov« dale, when they will offer CATTLE. 5 Prime Cow*, from Killarocy Antumu Springing Cows, in good con dition -10 Forward Springiup Cows, guaranteed 15 Store Cows SHEW1: SO Prime Crossbred tioggols 120 Crossbred Ewes in good order V106. HOKSES. SUNDRIES. Special Buyer for strong, well'grown STORES in attendance Warrnambool Corporation Yards, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25. O) O RIEN BROS will Sell by Public .D Auction, at tho Corporation Yards, on the above data tho following CATTLE: 5 Prime Cows from IUowa 10 Choico Dairy Cows, due calve April and May 10 Store Cowa SHEEP. 50 Prime Comeback Wethera HOKSES SUNDRIES. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24. FAX & STORE PIGS. PRELIMINARY. KOROIT SALE YARDS. KARLY IN MARCH. Yanffery Farm to X>ease by Auction. O' Q RIEN BROS, hare been instructed JL> by Mr. J. T. HYDE, to Lease by Auction, at their Yards, Koroit, early ID March-* His Property, being part ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 21 February 1914

ONE ?. WAY---? TOWARDS WIAKINCf A HAPPY HPIW'-S IS TO buy YOUR FURNITURE AT PHILLIPS'. .Tlia,t':this is the right thing to do is the settled conviction , "in the minds of many ; and amongst the numerous class who.are forsaking the doubtful pleasures of single life, and elect-to try "double harness," this idea, as expressed above, is a fixed one. The Comfort and Durability of PHXIAXPS' FURNITURE is Undeniable. DON'T WASTE MONEV. "Waste makes want" is an old saying, and as true now as when it was first, invented; but whether it is true or not. there's no use wasting good money, especially in buying FURNITURE. AVOID EXTRAVAGANCE AMD PRACTICE ECONOMY BY BUYING PROM E,. B. PHILLIPS, UlviUG STREET WiVRfiNAM'BOOL NOW 'MAT. v ;.Christmas and.the Holidays are approaching, By . Getting on Early for a Suit from the "[g?SS33iCS:Es,Xii3E3 03E° All- the Very Latest and Most Up-to-Date Suitings to Choose from. Also the Latest in Shirts and Ties. JOHN GLEARY, TAILOR, COMMERCIAL ROAD, -=KOROIT. THE ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE Koroit Sentinel AND Tower Hill Advocate. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 21. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 21 February 1914

mm\t >ivnttnn o AND ®on?cv §iilt ^tUwutc. PUBLISHED EVERY SATUESAY SATURDAY MORNING Februahy 21. Current Topics. It is 011c of the privileges of a com munity to care for its less fortunate members in cases of sickness or accident, and in making arrangements for the carrying out of a fete in the local Botanic Gardens next Thursday afternoon and ei/sning the Australian Women's National League deserves all the support that can possibly be given. is well known the object is to provide an up-to-dais ambu lance for Koroit and district. Members of the league have entered into the work very enthusiastically, and arrangements have been made on a large scale for the successful carrying out of the affair. In addition to the usual stalls, hoop-la, etc, a fine programme of Star Pictures will be screened in the evening. High tea will be provided in the gardens at six o'clock. Mr. A. S. Rodgers, M.H.R., has accepted an invitation to be present and open the fete in the afternoon. A meeting of th...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Potatoes as a Food for Pigs. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 21 February 1914

Potatoes as a Food for Pigs. From Germany comes an account of experiments that should be of value to agri* cullurists at this time. They demonstrate a possibility of profit from swlno husbandry. These experiments were designed to test the valuo of potatoes as compared with maize in the principal food in the rations fed to pigs. Forty three pigs, twelve weeks old, and weighing about 44lbs., were put up for five months to' fatten. They were given a fixed basal ration, which on the average nmouted to a little over 2lbs. grain meal and 3ozs. of fish meal per head per day. In addition to this, one lot got slightly over 21bs. maize meat* while another got between Olbs and lOlbs potatoes. Both lots made good progress, producing on the average about lib. pork daily and lib live weight increaso tor about 41bs meal. The interesting point, however, is the profit, The maize was valued at £8 8s per ton. The potatoes wcro charged at 33s Gd» and the grain, or peas meal, cost £9 Os 8d, while the fi...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Testing Dairy Cows. ACTION AT COLAC. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 21 February 1914

Testing Dairy Cows. ACTION AT CO LAC. At the half-yoarly meeting of tlia Cola; Buttor Factory Co. a letter was received from the P. and A. Socioly, bringing under notice tho importance of starting a daiiy tost association in tho district. Mr. Meredith hold that without increasing the number cf cows it was possible to in* crease tho butter returns by at Jeasl 25 per, cent, by adopting a system of testing. Each supplier could be supplied with samplo bottles, scales, It was proposed to take two samples a month, and tho bottles would be returned to the factory, whore tho testing would bo dono. Each mouth the returns would be submitted, and tho dairymen would know exactly what cach cow was worth. Ho moved that a special meotiog of the shareholders be held to inquire into the m&ttor. Ho oontendud that it took 200lbs oi butter iat a year at Is por lb for a cow to pay her way. Under the system of testing it was possible to tiud out the cows which wero " robbers,1' and replace thein ...

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 — 21 February 1914

Mr. H. L. Hobday has pleasure in an HPimc|nB that he has takenovwthe^prac tice lormeriy conuucieu oy oir. r. w. J^linn. Mr. Lurati will continue to reside in UovoU, apd |iw bo consulted every (iay'dt'tliu siiraury during the usual hours fit', Hobday will'visit Koroit weekly on the usual days.-ADV T. Y~4R. I.. I.. Smilh'i and Maisioa'e JL» WEATH13R ALMANACS For 6»le (latter*1 6tstiouery Dspot, Summer Troubles due to Acidity SO SAYS EMINENT SPECIALIST. So-called stqtr.aiih troubles, such as indi gestion, wind, 3tomach-achc, and inability to retain food, instead of indicating that the stomaclj is out of order, are in nine cases out, of ten simply evidence that fermentation is taking place in the food contents of the stomach, causing the formation of gas and acids." Wind distends the stomach, and causes that full, oppressive feeling some times known as heartburn, while the acid irritates and intlames the delicate lining of the stomach, The stoinsch, however, is not at fatilt. Yho troubl...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
General Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 21 February 1914

General Summary. Good progress la being mado with tho initial engineering works nt the Federal capital., A young man named Leslie Bartlott, tmployed nt North Geolong as weighor by tho Hnilway department, was crush ed botu-een tlto buifors of two trucks on Wcilnosday, nnd received serious injur ies. An expedition that may havo impor tant results on tho development of Papna is being organised by Sir Rupert Clarke, and should bo ready to start in little more than two months' timo. If any cvidoneo is required that tho butchers' strike is hitting tho peoplo of Sydney very liftrd, it was) furnished by the experiences of Wednesday. Two shops wero opened in Sydney for tho salo of frozen mutton. IJo'th shops jvere literally stormed. That tho consumption of water in Jtelbourno ia increasing to a romark ablo oxtent is demonstrated by tho fnct that on Tuesday, whou n tempera ture of 100 (leg, in the shado was reg istered in tho metropolis, thero wero 71.15G.000 gallons consumed. Tho heat oil We...

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 — 21 February 1914

PORT FAIRY. Very profound sorrow was felt and ex pressed on all sides on Thursday morning, when it bccame known that Mrs. Bailey, wife of Mr. H. S. Bailey, had passed away at half-past five o'clock, a.m. The de ceased iady had been in delicate health for some months back, and last Thursday lyeek twin sons were born to her, but no .setfous consequcnces were apprehended till Sunday, when dropsy in an acute form declared itself, and on Monday only slight hope was entertained of her re covery. On Wednesday afternoon her medical attendant (Dr. Orchard), held a consultation with Dr. Holmes, of Warr nambool, who confirmed the resident doctor's diagnosis and worst fears. The late Mrs. Bailey, who was a native of Ballarat, was only 31 years of age. Her bereaved husband is completely prostrated by the shock of his wife's untimely death and the deepest sympathy is felt for him and for his two little sons in their sad loss. In future, all cases listed at the local police court will be published...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTRICT NEWS. KILLARNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 21 February 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. KILLARNEY. (from our own Correspondent.) Onion skimming lias now become general, and fair quantities have already been disposed of, £7 per ton being easily obtained during last week. The crops arc lighter than usual, but the quality is first class. A contingent of local residents, to the number of about twenty, made the trip by the Casino to the Portland show and races. They expressed themselves as being highly satisfied with the trip. The weather was beautiful, and Hcnty town was thronged with visitors. The marriage of Mr. Janies Bushel), Killarney, to Miss Bridget Murphy, of Portland, took place on Wednesday, nth inst., at the R.C. church, Portland. The happy couple's future home will be at Tahara, Mr. Bushell having purchased his brother's property there. The latter, hav ing purchased the former's property here, is coming to reside at Killarney,

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 21 February 1914

Cricket. A match between Kotoit and Wools thorpe was played on the local ground last Saturday, when both teams were well re presented. J. Lindsay captained the visi tors, and K. M'Vicar the locals. Winning the toss the Woolsthorpe skipper sent, the home team in to bat, and they declared their innings closed when the total was 148 for eight wickets. The visitors then went in to bat, but were soon dismissed for 16 runs, Mathieson proving very destructive with the ball, taking 6 for 8, and doing the hat trick. In their second innings they lost seven wickets for four runs, Jim Ogle taking G for 1, and also doing the hat trick. Alternoon tea was kindly provided bv the ladies of the Kia Ora club, and was much appreciated, The following arc the scores KOROIT. F. M'Vicar, I.b.w., b Lindsay ... 11 W. Bertrand, b Lindsay ... 28 N. Morgan, o L. Richardson, b Guinea 11 S. Bertrand, c M'Laren, b Guinea ... 31 J, Baker, b Lindsay ... ... 0 L. Lumsden, c L. Richardson, b Guinea 0 L. Spring, b Guin...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Dairying Industry. INTERESTING ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 21 February 1914

The Dairying Industry. INTERESTING ADDKESS. Mr, W' II. Osborne, manager of (he Western District Butter Factories' Associa tion, attended the half-yearly meeting of the shareholders of the Colao Dairying Company, and g«vn a brief history of the butter business at the other end of the world, from which he had just returned. He had hung on the platform samples of the poster advertisements for selling mar garine, and explained the various methods of attracting trade for that product. He had organised a confcrencc in London, at which resolutions were carried with a view of having legislation passed to have mar garine sold as margarine and not as butter. It <vas admittedly a difficult problem. The solution of the problem was in improving the product at this end of the world. Good butter would always realise a high price. The reputation of Australian butter in the old country was not a good one. Wherever he went he heard the same com plaint that the merchants could not rely upon...

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 — 21 February 1914

Racing Notes. (By "Flcmington.") Is it Hint tlio V.H.O. committee rimsidurstho timo honored "champion ' merely a ivooessary ovit which must bo maintained in somo way. It would bo n pity to see tho "three miler" dropped out of tlio Flemmgton I)rni;inii11in', mid there is nothing to slum- Unit this oxtiemo courso 13 con Ii ninlateil. lint if tlio \ . 11.0. does not reel disposed to nut fairly bv it, wo Would almost hope Hint it bo drop ped in Victoria, 11ml title transferred to Sydney, where under tlio patroungo of tlio ' wealthy mid enterprising \ ,1 CJ., tlio Oluunpion Knee would iiu uiado worthy tho imtno. At pro sent tlio winner of tho race receivo.* something lileo £700 providing ho cot ors the course in. a certain timo. tho timo limit is exceeded, ns in Prince Route's year, tho club rotailiB hnlf tlio fitnko. Truly, line wcouroRO inent this to prepare a horse for what might prove-it often does-a sovoro test over thvoo miles! .. . _ Capable light weight ridpJ'8.f""t,,°P° ....... ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Produce Market. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 21 February 1914

Local Produce Market. Potatoes.-If the weather continued cool ? he price offering on Thursday (£2 10s) would probably hold good, but the hot weather is making merchants chary ol buying more than are necessary to fill orders. These are difficult to obtain dur ing the hot spells, as the tubers will not, keep. Buyers state that no potatoes should be dug on a day like Thursday, and lhal farmers would make more money by sittitfg tlawi). Yesterday no tickets were being'narked. 4o worms havp been no ticed to a slight extent growers will be wise to exercise great care in picking before marketing. Onions.-The quotation yesterday was £7, A steady business is being dune. The attention of onion growers and others is drawn to the new standard fixed by the agricultural department for first wade- certificates (of ppions. To obtain Urit'gRficf'pettjficsles tlip onions must be free from damaged or giowlhy bulbs, and to be of such a size that not more than 25 per cent,, may p3B* through a ring 2 inch...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 21 February 1914

Personal. Mr. G. E. Wollaston, formerly of Kirk stall Slate school, and now at Casterton, has been notified of his promotion to the head teachership of the Kyneton State school. Mr. Wm. Cook, an esteemed resident   of the Camperdown district, died at his residence, "Lintlaw," Kariah, on Wednes- day afternoon. He left two daughters   and two sons including Mr. W. J. Cook, of this town. The deceased gentleman was a colonist of over half a century. He was born at Birmingham, Tipperary, Ireland, and came to Victoria when 19 years of age. Mr. Cook went to Camper- down about 15 years ago from the Warr nambool district. The marriage of Miss Delia Frawley, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Frawley, Rosebrook, with Mr. Richard Cronin, farmer, Merino, took place on Wednesday morning at the Koroit R.C. church. A sumptuous breakfast was partaken of at Koroit by intimate friends, and at night Ihe event was further celc braled by a social evening at the residence of...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 21 February 1914

DEATH. COOK.-On February 18, at his residence, Lintlaw, Kariah, William, dearly be- loved husband of Sarah Cook, and bo jovod father of W. J, Cook, Koroit: J. F. Cook, Colac; A. J. Cook, Cororooko *, Mrs. Fogarty, Cow^ar ; and K. C., S. C., and C. C., of Camper' down. Aged 72 years.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 February 1914

This Formula Really Makes Hair Grow. Some time ago I rend in a paper a formula for a preparation which was claimed to destroy the dandruff germ, and to strongly stimulate tho hair growth. In spite of the fact that 1 had already tried many prepara tions without benefit, and my hair was thin and failing out very fast, I decided to givo the formula a trial. /\ccotdingly I got my chemist to put HP of bay rum, I03 of lavona dc oomposcc, fiid $ driyn of menthol crystals, and applied it regularly every morning and night, rubbing carefully into ttie scalp with the linger tips. Much to toy dcliaht and astQHisliment, the intolera ble Itching ceased with Uio (U'st applica tion, the dandruff disappeared, (he falling but of the hair stopped completely, and by the time I had used four buttles 1 had a iiner, longer, and more luxuriant growth of hair than I ever had before. 1 have since recommended this formula to many of my friends with equally wonderful results. I understand that this formula can...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Australian Produce in America. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 February 1914

Australian Produce America. Tlic arrival at San Francisco of the Union refrigerating steamer Waimate, from Syd ney via the New Zealand forts, aroused the greatest interest in Cnlifornian com mercial circles, for the Waimate carried the largest cargo of frozen meat into the port of Snn Francisco. No fewer than HiOO tons of frozen producc was contained in tlie steamer, the bulk of the cargo being refrigerated meat. The Australian butter totalled IBS.UOOlbs., which fairly deluged the San Francisco markets. The Waimate bad in tended reaching her destination with an even heavier cargo, but unfortunately owing to the continuance of the New Zealand strike, she landed with one of her freezing cham bers empty, l'he unloading at the San Francisco wharves was the centre of a crowd of interested commercial men. The veal, lamb, and beef were unloaded as named, and all the meat was in excellent condition, the entire shipment going to Mr. Frank K. Booth, of San Francisco, the largest handler of Au...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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MANURING TESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 February 1914

MANURING TESTS. A tost applied to ono of tho poorest kids on Mr. J. E. Cox's farm at Ziilton, Warwickshire, Knglaud, to as certain the value of basic »lag and kainit ami different kinds of. lime on tho hay crop, lias Riven a, striking Biuplo of tha beiH'tiria 1 effect of basic ilftg on poor grass luiH. The dressings ?' «eio applied iu Jtiiuary, l'Jll, but the crops iu that year woro BO slight, Dwing to the drought, that Uiey wei'e not weighed.' Ou th© 13tu of July last, however; the graa3 was cut sitfJ iv'ojghcd from an equal area oa'oafih1 Of the plots when it waa found that tho dressing of 6 2-3 cwt. of basic slag per acre had resulted in a yield of 43.0 cwt. of hay per acre, or a. gain of £2 0/3 per acre over tuouutroated plot, which gavo only 19.1 cwt. of hay of the valuo of £'2/7/9. Basio slag; and kainit together resulted iu a gaiu of £1/14/6 per aero, and super alone gavo a gain over the untreated plot of 19/71 po racre; but loainit and ground lime together resulted in a comp...

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