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Recruiting Meeting at Koroit. STIRRING ADDRESSES BY REV. H. J. COCKS AND MR. LEMMON. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 July 1915

Recruiting Meeting Koroit. STIRRING ADDRESSES BY REV J. COCKS AND MR. LEMMO.V. The Koroit Mechanics' Hall »n crowded to the doors on Wein^.i, evening, when a meeting for th» c-! pose of arousing interest in tho and obtaining recruits, was held, jr.* W. J. Stevenson occupied the cbi: and &ft°r in -apology hid b»Pn rni from Mr. H. S. Bailey, M.L.A, ia.; , song, "The Union Jack of OM Es;. land," given by Mr. Norman, trirf'i iutrodnced the speakers. Mr. J. Leraraon, M.LA., w45 first speaker, and after thanking th:i4 present for their hearty reception, he hailed from Williamstown, »r,l though it wis sometimes referred to,, a fishing village, it was famom f,:( many things, and he was proud ci ii for several reasons. One was that s'cjj had sent nrer 000 volunteers to :t.| war, and as o result of their rec^t work a dragload went in to Melbosrm OD Monday and another On TohJu The war spirit had also permeated !'i» clergymen ther '(laughter) The Trr'r they were engaged in was a non-par...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 July 1915

WARRNAMBOOL. - O'Brien Bros, report :- | Tuesday; July 13. Pig?.-208 penned, of which 60 were | stores. Bacon piga and backfaUcrs met i keen competition at late high rates. Stores were in slightly stronger request, and all forward said readily at better prices. We sold for Messn. Roger Lane £5 5s, Walter Cole £5 10s, Mrs. C. Parkinson £5, D. Lane £S 4s and £6, C. Aberline £6 13s, John £4 10a and £5 5s, L. Drake £6 6* 6d (top price of the day), Mrs. P. Conway £3 1*2), W. Underwood £5 2a 6d, Mrs. Caahell £5 14s,/.Thomas Ryan £6 4s 6d, Charles Kelson £6 3j 6d, Michael Downey a 6s 6d, £7. £6 IS), £6 12s and £6 9s 6d, and store* for Messrs A. H: Clarke 33s 6d, Xhomaa Buchanan 15s 6d, John Smith 13s, and Mrs. Osborne 42s. Quotations-Prime bacon pigs £o 14s to £6 6s 6d, good do. £5 to £o 12a, light weights £4 10a to £4 17s, prime backfatters £6 6s to £7 6s 6d, extra to £8 4s, best forward stores 42s to 61s, well grown sorts 32s to 3Ss b'd, slips 20s to 2?s, smaller sorts 7s 6d to 15s. ? We...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Stock Markets. KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 July 1915

Stock Markets. KOROIT. O'Brien Bros, report. Thursday, July 15. Pig*.-2S penned, for which competition wis very brisk, and all pens were easily dispoied of at higher rates foe Messrs J. J. M'Cartby 33j, -7S, and 15a William MUcham £7 5s, P. Xoonan '61s,' William Dilton 36s 6d and 17s, I). Malady 4s 6d, Tnomas Oliver 39J and 29i, and E. Trollope 19*. Sheep.-*279 penned, for which there wu a stroog demand, every lot being sold at auction for Messrs James Carey prime limbs 24s 6d,*John Mills prime lambs 22s 6d and 36 6d, P. Costelloe prime Iambs 22a, Walter Baulch prime lambs 20s 9d, ajjed croubred ewes io light condition 9s and 10* 2d, Lane Bros crossbred weanera 14s 9d and 19s Id, Malcolm M'Donild crossbred wean* ere 19a 4d, George Oliver aged Lincolo ewes in Umb 34i, T. O'Brien crossbred and comeback weaners 16s 9d to 17s. Cattle.-47 yarded. Only a couple of fleshy cows offered, which made high values Dairy cows and forward springers made the bulk of the yarding, and every beast met...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE WAR. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 July 1915

THE WAR. London, Thursday. General Ian Hamilton reports that the French on Monday carried several strong ly fortified positions on the Gallipoli Peninsula. The British left wing ad vanced 400 yards, and altogether 422 prisoners were taken. The Germans are striking at Warsaw from the north-east and the north-west. The cost to the enemy of their "drive " in Galicia becomes more and more apparent. On the Wislofca River front alone last week the Russians captured over 22,000 prisoners. The Amsterdam newspaper, " De TijJ," says that there is no truth in the state ment that Field-Marshal von Hindenburg is in disgrace. On the contrary, he is said to be busily engaged in preparations, which will surprise the world, and which will, perhaps, bring the war to a con clusion.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Sixpenny Pops. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 July 1915

Sixpenny Pops. Another of the series of popular enter tainments was given last Saturday night, when once again a successful entertain ment was put on. The large audience greatly appreciated the efforts of the per formers to amuse and entertain. The programme was as follows :-Over* tore, " The Witches' Flight," Misses M. Gleeson and M. Duffus ; song, " Hear the Pipers' Calling," Master Joe Geraty ; song, "Sunshine and Rain," Mrs. C. J. T.Mar tin ; song and chorus, " Sasie Ue," Planta. tion Girls ; song, "The Skipper," Mr. A, O. Warne: aong, " Please give me a Penny," Miss M. Duffns ; club swinging, Mr. Frank Rodgers ; song and chorus, ; "Rocking the Boat," Mr. E. Bourke and i company ; aong, u My Little Wiggle Wag i gle," Mr. H. E. Elton; song, " When , Irish Eyes are Smiling," Miss Kate Laffan ; i Scottish comicalities, Mr, Hugh M'Kay Paton; Part 2-Overture, u Sleigh Bells," Misses Finn and Mullen ; address on re cruiting, Rev. C. J. T. Martin ; vocal duct, "Our Farm," Miss Kate Lsf...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Football and the War. DISTRICT COMPETITION CLOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 July 1915

Football and the War. DISTRICT COMPETITION CLOSED. A special meeting of the Western Dis trict Football Association was held at the Commercial hotel, Koroit, on Thursday evening, when there were present-Mr. F. O'Brien (president); Hobbs (Artillery); Collins and Gee (Koroit); Dorney and Henry (Warrasmbool). Port Fairy was not represented, but a telephone message came that that club had disbanded for patriotic reasons. The president said the meeting was called to decide whether football should stop on account of the cloud hanging over the Empire. Everyone's thoughts were on one matter at the present time. Very little interest was taken in the matches, and public opinion seemed to be against going on. It would have been proper for Port Fairy to narve teen present to settle the matter at an association meeting in stead of taking the action they had. Mr. Hobbs said the stopping of football was. with the object of getting more recruits. If football is stopped will it encourage any more men...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Melbourne Pig Market. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 July 1915

Melbourne Pig Market. : Adamson, StreUle and Co., 396 Bourke St., Melbourne, report this week's pig market as follows 2070 jarded. Store3.-Very few were penned, and the bolk o£ them were purchased by the- trade at extremely high prices. Porkers.-The supply was only a moderate one. Prices were the high est on record, Prime heavy 55s to 81s, extra choice to 6-Ss, prime medium 45= to 51s, prime light 37s to 40s, small inferior sorts from 30s. Baconers.-The yarding was a full one. Both town and country curers were well represented, and the market opened firm at last week's prices, and soon rose 6s per head, remaining so throughout. Prime heavy £4 IGs to £5 6s, extra choice £5 lis to £0 16s, odd pigs making up to £7 5s, prime medium S2a to 91s, prime light 7 2s to 76s, half fat and inferior at pork prices. Backfatters -Although the number penned was well up to the arerago, prices ehowed a very decided advance on late rates. Extra heavy sons £9 to £lo, prims weighty £5 JOs to £7, second q...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Koroit Coursing Club. FIXTURES FOR TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 July 1915

Koroit Coursing Club. FIXTURES fOR TO-DAY. The following is the draw (or the Puppy Slakes and All Aged Stakes, to be run al Koroit to day. PUPPY STAKES. Sixteen dogs at 2 guineas. Winner 17 guineas ; runner-up, 9 guineas ; '2 dogs, 2 guineas each. W. H. Meramolt's Forsaken against J. F. M'Guiness' Nellie's Charm. L. W. Crawley's Trusted agst \V. Kirk's Glcnkirk. E. B. Haley's Gynnotus aget Page's Briliion. J. McGinn's Dives agst F. Shortall's (n.s ) Lady Croesus. J. J. Kavan>gh'» Bonnie Dew agst J. Crowe's E.M.B. J. J. Collin's Cardiac agst J. Gauley's Zuider Zee. C. Hay's Cireui agst E. B. Haley's Flying Fith. Parkinson's (n.s.) agst C. Hay's AfEneius. ALL AGED STAKES. Sixteen dogs at 2 gaineas. Winner, 17 guineas; runner up, 9 guineas; two dogs at 2 guineas each. T. O'Brien's Fleeting Folly agst Gleeson and O'Brien's Merry Cup. A. M'Pbee's Maid Marion agst W. J. Leddin's Joe's Gift. M. Coylc's Redbar agst J. Kevin'* R.C M. J. Laflan'a Onca aget M. Malonev's Fir ing Line. .J. Ga...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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General Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 July 1915

General Summary. Soldiers' tetters are always acceptable for publication in these columns. It may be generally regarded a> certain tint owing to the number of footballers enlisting for the front that most of the season's contemplated football matches will lapse. Three prominent German residents of Melbourne were arrested by the military authorities on Saturday morning, and two on Tuesday. Constantinople can boast of 235,000 dogs. Fifty thousand British railway men joined, or rejoined, the colors when war was detlircd.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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On Active Service. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 July 1915

On Active Service. Selwyn Deal writes from the Yahareah camp, Alexandria, to his sister:-Just a line to let you know I am doing all right. I have not had any letters (or a long time, bat we can hardly expect them the way we have been moving about daring the last ftven weeks. Some letters arrived to-day and all have not been sorted yet, so I may get some to-morrow. We left the Cairo camp about 9th April for a Greek island named Lemnos. It is about two diys' sail from Egypt and bplf a day from the Dardanelles. We stopped at Lemnos for a fortnight and 1 was lacky enough to get ashore for a day and had a good look rouod. It is inhabited solely by Greeks and is a pretty little placc. Perhaps it looked nicer to us than it really was after getting off the boat. I got 3 few Greek coins as mementoes of the place. Trans ports kept coming along every day and the bay was full of them, not to mention war boats of all descriptions, including the most modern boa; stloat, the Queen Eliza beth. Oo 2...

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Koroit Butter Factory. ALTERATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 July 1915

Koroit Butter Factory. ALTERATIONS AND IMPROVE MENTS. The directors of ihe local batter fac tory daring the past few months have made considerable alterations both in the factory itself HDC! in the methods of handling the supply- Since the inception of the factory until very recently tho company relied on the suppliers to deliver their milk to the difierent separating stations, but the advent of the home separator and de fections of suppliers to the condensery made the cost of ranning the cream eries too expensive. The directors realised that dairymen would not con tinue carting milk when by separating on the farm they could have their cream carted for them. After care fully considering the position the direc tors decided that the option be given to suppliers to either instal separators on their farms or pay the cost or sepa rating at the creameries, with the result that the suppliers at two cream eries installed separators, those supply ing to the remaining two and to the factory a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 July 1915

Koroit "Weekly Sale. THURSDAY, .JULY iJ. 05 I1HIHX UROS. wil Soil by Public JiJ Auction on above date, when they will offer CATTLK. t) choico Dairy Cows guaranteed '> txir.i X3&1 Cows in full profit 5 sprioging Heifers 10 aiore HcifcM ia fair order. SHEEP. ,20 prime crossbred Ewes 30 crossbred Weaners ia good order PIGS. HORSES. SUNDRIES. Special Bayer for strong, well-grown STORES in attendance Warmambool Corporation Vards. WEDNESDAY, JULY 21. 01 ORIKN BROS, will Sell by Public JD Auction, at the Corporation Yards, on the above date the following CATTLE: 4 Forward Springing Cows, guaranteed 3 Store Cows, in fair cooditioa SHEEP. 60 Prime Sheep, from H&wkesdale 30 Prima Ewes; trom Gr03mere . * -HORSES SUNDRIES. TUESDAY, JULY 20. , :" FAT & STORE PIGS. " KOROIT SALE TJMDS. THURSDAY, 22nd JULY. /7\JT3RIEN BROS. hare been instruct V_/ JD ed by Mr. P. J. TAMO to Sell by Auction at their Voids on the above date, at 2.30 p.rs.-. His valuable block of land, havin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 July 1915

If fr^l? jFiiriiiture for the Cottage or the } ; Mansion. first-class workmen; eM^' ployed at our Factory. |!}no trial will convince yon of the I superiority of our goods. I give us THAT TRIAL. IS, 3. PHILLIPS, LI-EBIG STREET.] VWififtMMBOOL ROBERT PIT® TIMBER.; KEB.CKANT, HIGH STREET, INVITES INSPECTION OF HIS STOCK OF Hardwood, ; Hurdles, Cement, Droppers, Gates, Troughs, Pickets, - Palings, Red Gum, Softwood, Iron, Etc. Call and Inspect, Before Purchasing Elsewiiere Sole Agent for Koroit and District for Bates and Co.'s Open Fire Stoves Law Union and Rock Insurance Co. OP lie Bcst-"TS\c Cheapest machines ARE SOLD BY A LOCAL FIRM. PRICES: £3 10s. TO £9 15s. Guarantee. EASY TEEtH3. Tutsd anil Found THE BEST. In use all over thi Commonwealth. WARD BROS. The Ctmfo.-t of Thousands of Housewives. They save more mon:y and do more work with Icsi labor than any other machines in the market, and yes can't wear them oat. Ward Bros. Sell them. Write for Illuitnttd Catalogue. 36-38 Errol St.,...

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THE Koroit Sentinel AND Tower Hill Advocate. PUBLISHED EVERY SATUBDAY SATURDAY MORNING JULY 17. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 July 1915

THE ^xovoit »nttuc' AJfD (tmrev jftiU |Mvoratr. PUBL1BHED BTEB7 SATUBDA1 SATURDAY MORNING JDLY 17. Current Topics. The annual meeting of the A.W.N.L. (Koroit branch) was held on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. W. H. Skilbeck (vice president), occupied the chair in the absence of the president (Mrs. Lindsay) through illness. Oface-bearers for the year were elected as follows:-President, Mrs. Jas. Lindsay; vice-presidents, Mes dames Eccles, \V. H. Skilbeck, Laidlaw, jandXayler; hon. secretary, Mrs Nelson; treasurer, Mrs Barnes; assistant treasurer, Mrs. D. Spring; sec. for "Woman," Mrs T. Rundeil. An American tea was then held, when the gifts brought in were dis posed of. At the "Pops" to-night a new feature will be introduced by the sale of gifts, including bags of potatoes, onions, poul try, canaries, etc. The programme will be a lengthy and varied one, and three favorites will appear before the footlights for the last time-on Monday next they are going into the soldiers' camp. Mr. Steve R...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 July 1915

DEATHS. BUCKINGHAM.-At Cl&rk-streei, Koroit, oo the 10th July. Margaret, relict of ? ba Jate Richard Buckingham, a^sd S3 yeats. T. KUJfDELL & SON, Undertakers. PORTER-On the 14th inst., at the ttsU dence of bia brother-in-law (Mr. John Gapes* Spring Park), Joseph Porter, aged 71 Tear*. X. RUNDELL & SON, Undertakers. CASS.-At Grasmere, oo the 15th inst., Denis Cats, aged S9 years. RJ.P. The fnneral will leave his daughter's resi dence, Grasmere, OQ Saturday (this day) at Noon, for the Tower Hill Cemetery. T. KUNL)ELL & SON, Undertakers.

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Recruiting. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 July 1915

Recruiting. Since the opening of the Recruiting Campaign last week, the following have enlisted at the Koroit station. Other names have been handed in but the enlist- ment has not yet been completed H. Flatt Stanley Douglas Geo. C. Anderson John Gardiner W. H. Game Geo. Douglas R. Bulman Fred. Kinson W. Kinson R. L. Reed R. McDonald W. Dolan John Candy James Doolan R. A. Fish R. Bunge Gordon Patterson H. Paton H. J. Stokes W. A. Wythe L. A. Warburton H. W. Warburton Thos. Stannard C. Williams H. S. Martin Percy C. Nayler F. H. Arkell J. J. Buckley Jukes Boswell Jas. E. Matters Leslie Miles David Paton Ronald Wilson Jas. A. Baulch E. W. Butterfield E. G. Goodall T. J. W. Goodall W. Wilkinson   James Nash S. S. Deville J. P. Lumsden P. T. Smith Alfred Barker Wm. Hurley A. G. Terrett Messrs. James and Archie Lindsay, the two eldest sons of Mrs. James Lindsay, "Quamby," Woolsthorpe, have volunteered for active service. Mr. Frank Uzzell, librarian at the Koroit Mechanics' In...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 July 1915

WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS. The Latest Designs now open for inspection. CALL AND SEE THEM OH WRITE FOR PATTERNS. P. F. HARPER, -4&**_House and Siarn Painter lf» Ykak*.] TO PERSONS ABOUT TO BUILD. LJEPOUE CALLING EL^KWMKJU; CALL UPON OR WHITE TC .. Sl'MMONDS & UAIN, . TIMSEI\ MEfvCIIAXTS AN'l) CONTftACTOKS, K0.R01T, a And {rot tlioir Pricos for all K.latlb of Building1 Material. Palings, fusts, and Rails, and all kinds of Builder's Ironmongery. Tiinbor ?llingos T.-mid G. Pine Mouldings Doors Sashos Mantolpieces Drain Pi pus Oils and Load Gutter .Tilt's Galvanised Iron Spouting Ridging .Bricks lvooi! Nails Liiue Weights Wire Nails Sheut'Lcad Pino Weatherboards Grates Locks Glass Piping 'Stoves Putty Content ESTIMATES flfiD DESIGNS PREPRRBD RT SHORTEST NOTICE, FREE. IIGYCLES. W filsU i l"L£dj We h:iv>' built, iiui supplied nearly 1000 "TU UN Ell"' ISICYOl.ES lu deliver ili-i Majesty'i M f.ls throughout Victoria, ami all the other Uotuiuoiiwuallb States.......

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"Australia Day." KOROIT RED CROSS SOCIETY'S APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 July 1915

"Australia Day." KOROIT RED CROSS SOCIETY'S APPEAL. "Australia Day" will be celebrated by the Koroit branch of the Red Cross Society on Thursday next instead of Fri day, market day being more convenient for people to bring in any contributions they desire to make in the way of hospital comforts for the Australian wounded, in response to Lady Stanley's appeal. Money donations will also be accepted, to be handed over to the treasurer of the local fund for transmission to Lady Stanley. The ladies feel that young fellows might help by giving playing cards, cigarettes, games, lead pencils, writing paper, or other articles calculated to brighten the hours of their wounded fellow Australians who are able to indulge in such during their stay in hospital. All gifts will be receivea at the ordinary meeting of the society next Thursday and forwarded to the proper destination. At this week's meeting the following goods and donations were received : Donations.-Mrs Downey £i, Mrs J. Strain 5s, Mr...

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WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 July 1915

VVARRNAMBOOL. O'Brien Bros. report: Tuesday, July 20. Pigs.-217 penned, of which fully ]20 wcro stores. Owing to tho small yarding buyora supplies wero limited, and sharp computation took place for all pens, a riso of fully 10s to 14a being noticeable. Stores also sold readily at improved rutes. We sold 5G for Messrs Thomas Ryan £0 19s, £1 S3 and £0 18s Gd, Patriek Hickey i,'9 189 and £S Is, Robert O'Donnell ^0 10s 6d, William Hulin £& 17s Gd, Crowo Bros, £4 9a, James Russell £4 7s Gd and £5 8a, Sam Smith £6 93 Gd, John Lumsdcn £6 Is Gd und £7 8s (top price for bacon pigs), John .Ritchie £7 8a Gd, M. J. O'Keofe ,£5 Is, James Bowman £8 5s, J. Salmon £3 4s, Mrs Curruu £6 4s Cd and £4 10a, and stores for Messrs. Crowo Bros. 31s aud 37s Gd, J. Ritchio 23s, J. Oliver 43s Gd, and M. Stapleton 55a, aud quoto-Primo bacon pi^o £Q to £7 8s, good do. £4 :J5s to £5 14s, light weights £4 to £4 12a, backfatters £7 to £$ 19s, best forward stores 45s to 06s, well grown sorts 30s to 4 Is, sl...

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Belgian Relief Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 July 1915

Belgian Relief Fund. Previously acknowledged ...234 16 3 Pracsife sales by O'Brien Bros. -Turks'' cip iMiss Nellie Frcckleton), I2s; uiarrow ,'Jack Kusscll, £l 2s 6d ; sheep (Geo. Gunn) £3 I5s 5 9 0 Collected by Mrs. D. Spring ... 0 10 o M'sses M. O'Brien and M. " Keegau ^Ci'larney) ...400 ' Molljc Farley ar,4 Mona Wall (Crossley) ... ... fi 13 0 Miss M'Vicar ... ... 2 0 0 " Miss Lawless ... ...070 ' Mrs. jSccJes ... ... 0 17 (, Mrs. J. Matters ... ... 0 8 6 .. Miss A. Pwyer /.Orossley) 1 4 0 " Mrs, J?.Q'3rieji - 0 '*. o £25? 9 9

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