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Stock Markets. KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 July 1915

Stock Markets. KOKOIT. . O'Brien Bros, report . Thursday, July 22. Fair yardings of ail clasaos, ami a vory brloU buI c* Pigs.--81 penned, for which competition was brisk, and prices fully equal lo liiflb week's improved rates. All pens wora sold at auction for Messra iJaiiiol Caaoy 4Ga, Jamas Crow 33a Gd and 37a, K. A. Trotlopo 17f, 10s 6(1, 13s, ami 20s, Michael Scott 40s .Tohn Glooaon40a, 8s 3d, and 5s, Mru Jamo Kyan UN, and John J. iM'Carthy 10a una" IGs Gil, and quota best stores 489 to 40s well grown sorts 33 a Gd to 37s, slips 20s smaller aorta 5s to 17a. Shcop.-231 pnnned, and all noid readily at auction at full rates for Messrs M. O'Donohuo primo lambs 30a Gd, P. Ilupn crossbred ewes in fair condition 15s, and comeback owes 12s, JumoR Carey crossbred weanera 17a Gd, Daniel Lano crossbred owes 20s 3d and Ha Gd, Patrick Curran prime crossbred wethers 483, Maliony Bros prime lambs 2Gs, Thomas Ryan crossbred lambs 18s Gd and 21s Gd, J. Slattcry comeback two tooths lGs 9d, T. O'...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Koroit Petty Sessions. FRIDAY, 23rd JULY. (Before E. E. Williams, P.M., and R. Skilbeck, J.P. DESTROYING A FENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 July 1915

Koroit Petty Sessions. FRIDAY, 23rd JULY. (Before E. E. Williams, P.M., and Skilbcek, J.P. DESTROYING A FKNCLw Alfred Joseph Evans was charged with damaging a wire feticc (he properly of the Boiough of l'ort Fairy, on 15th June. Mr Boyd appeared for the borough council, and Mr Ardlie for defendant. S. T. Avery, parks overseer and Crown Lands bailiff, said the porlion of the park was fenced off for growing marram grass, and the council was in possession of it as a committee of management. On Oth June had the fences thoroughly re paired and put in order. Since inspected the fence and found two of the wires had been cut, and the bottom wire undone. Previously had found the wires cut in the same place. To Mr. Ardlie-On yth June there were two new wires, and the bottom one was an old piecc. It is not a recognised gap where people go through. Marram grass had been carried through by bis permis sion. On a previous occasion told defen dant if I found him cutting the fence I would make it ho...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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General Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 July 1915

General Summary. War tux is looming in tlio near distanco. Commonweal lb note issue amounts (o over £32,000,000. For every tree cub down in Norway three saplings must be planted. - Camperdown recruiting has resulted in 106 men offering their services. It's hard to live within ono's salary, but it's hardor still to livo ivithoub it. Mr. Fisher states tliao tho Common wealth tax will not alfcct soldiers' pay. Cr. Staughton lias resigned from the Heytesbury shire council in ordor to enlist. Kid McCoy, oE boxing famo, failed to pass the enlisting test, owing to defective teeth. It is probable that a South African contingent will now enlist to assist in the war in Europe. The Portland hospital committee has decided to offer 30 beds at tho hospital for invalided soldiers. Five Suuday traius are now. run ning between Melbourne and the Sey mour military camp. Amongst last week's recruits was a residonb of Colac, Mr. Pab. McAUen, who has thirteen children. When sufficient men are trained for...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Melbourne Pig Market. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 July 1915

! Melbourne Pig Market. Adnmson Slretlle and Co., '306 Bourke St., Melbourne, report this week's pig market as follows ; Stores.-With the cxceptioQ**of a few very small rough sorts, the whole of those forward were bought to kill at fully late rates. Porkers.-The supply was short of re quirements, good quality being particularly ecarce. Beet pigs made prices quite equal to Ifltt week, but second quality were iu« dined to case a shade. Prime heavy 55a to 01s, extra choice to 69a, prime modium 45s to 51e, prime light .Ilia to 40s, email inferior aorta from ii9s. Baeouers.--The yarding was smaller than Ian week, but the quality was generally goud, and prices for best prime pigs were a little higher. Second quality pigs were, however, a shade easier. Prime light 71s to 77s, prime medium 82a lo 92s, prime lienvy ±4 18h to £5 8s, extra choice pens £5 14* to £7> odd pigs £7 3a. A consignment of 'J9S pigs from North Gippsland, which we sold for various owners, made the very high average p...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Fighting in Gallipoli. EAGERNESS OF AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 July 1915

Fighting in Gallipoli. KAOERNHSH OP AUSTRALIAN SOLDIlillS. I'rivato Garnet Rnndle, formerly of Te rming, writes from Anzac Cove, Gallipoli Icimisiila, under date June 1 1 Wc are still in the trendies, ami hav . n rather mixed time of it, as far as excitement is concerned ; some days there is absolutely nothing doing, and Ihcn, per haps, all the next day (lie enemy will send Shells all over us. Since last writing, they made two determined efforts to put us back into the sea, hut they tailed even to! make lis (eel anxious about the result On Tuesday, May l.Sth, they sent us dozens of shells all day long, and ns soon as nightfall Mine they opened a terrifie rifle and maxim hro. Tilings became veiy lively, and everybody Rot, ready for their visit. At midnight the Turks tried to advancc, and onco more their artillery opened on us, giving us a tine display of fireworks, and doing very little damago. Meanwhile our artillery and machine guns were working at lop speed, ond chocking the ' Ter...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO REDUCE WEIGHT. £100 IN CASE OF FAILURE. HOW ANY FAT PERSON CAN REGAIN A SLENDER WELL FORMED FIGURE. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 July 1915

TO REDUCE WEIGHT. £100 IN CASK OK FAILURE. HOW ANY FAT PERSON CAN RE (JAIN A SLENDER WELL FORMED FIGURE. Every fat ijun or woman can now reduce f.>it to normal without dangerous drugs, oile^ or acids, tiring exercises, weakening diets, irritating bath salts, or other harmful old time methods. Certain harmless sea plants extract knuwn ua Salith leaves, actually dissolve all excess fut and prevent more fut from forming so that a permanent weicht reduction is produced without leaving wrinkles or fUbbiness even in the moat obstinate cases. Do not think your case in too difficult or abnormal. No matter how fat you may be, no matter what your age, sex or condition of health, nor how many things you have tried without succees, get a box of Salith leaves from your cliemhil to-day, lake them an directed and watch yourself grow thin. YVt have been authorised to say t.hafc £100 svifl bo paid to tho (irst 1 man or woman weighing over iiU stono who I can satisfactorily prove that ufter follow...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 July 1915

Best Imported Hig-h Class # CONFECTIONERY. # FIRST QUALITY FRUITS IN SEASON DIKHCT FROM TUB ORCHARD. Toys, Stationory, School Xlcqulnitas, Etc. Orders Taken for Photo En largements. Ounranleecl liy Artist. MRS. H. T. BRYANT, - K 0 R 0 1 T. - TAILORING BUSINESS. MR. l\ GAUTLAN wishes to inform the readouts of Koroit and Surroundiw; Diet rlctq tl»nt he has taken over the Husi ness formerly conducted in Commercial Road, Koroit , by Ihc late John Olcary, and ia prepared to execute all ordors cntrufltcd to him in u nmmicr that cannot fail to givo fmtinfuctinn regarding Material, Style, and Workmanship. A continuance of the support accorded to Mr. CIcary is solicited, P. GrARTLAN, . TAILOR AND OUTFITTER KOROIT. WILX.IAIW AB.DLIE, E. I.. ARBLIE, BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS, WARRNAMBOOL, And COMMERCIAL ROAD, KOROIT. Altendanco at Koroit every Thursday for convenience of clients. Telephono ,'>7, Warrnambool. Keep the Wheels of Business and Economy Moving By Shopping for the Enlisting Soldie...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 July 1915

Koroit Weekly Sale. 'THURSDAY, Jl'LY '29. 0} ORIEN 15R0S. wii Sell by I'ublio JD Auction on Above (Into, when they will offer CATTl.K. 6 Choice Dairy Cows, in full profit ti (Jhoieo Dairy Cows, springing 10 Store Cows and Heiicra SHEEP. 30 Prime Cro3;breil and Comeback Ewes .10 Crossbred Weaners iu good ordor 70 Crossbred Ewes in good ordor PIGS. HORSES. SUNDRIES; Special Buyer for strong! well-grown STOKES in attendance Warrnambool Corporation Yards. WEDNESDAY, JULY 2S. 01 pKIEN BKOS. will Sell by Public JL) Auction, at tlio Corporation Yards, ou the above date thu following CATTLE: .1 Dairy Cows, guaranteed 0 Heifers, 1J years, iu good condition 12 Heifers, 2 years ; a choice lot SHEEP. GO Prime Crossbred Sheep, from Yangory 'HORSES SUNDRIES. TUESDAY, JULY 27. FAT & STORE PIGS. SOBOK&AB, MIDDLE OF AUGUST. CLEARING SALE OF DAIRY HERD, HORSES, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, ETC. y-v;'|"»RIEN BROS, havo received in \/ struotions from Messrs. BAIRD and GOOD to Sell as above. " Al...

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

Furniture, for the Cottage or the Mansion. On lyrii rst-elass Workmen jena^v ployed at our Factory, One trial will convince you of the superiority of our goods. GIVE US THAT TRIAL. E. I/IEBIG STBEBTi AVAfiSNAMBOOL T!MBEK;KEKOaAHT, HIGH STREET, INVITES INSPEGTIOX OF HIS STOCK OF Hardwood, > Hurdles, Cement, Droppers, Gates, 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. aii SEWING MACHINES ARE SOLD BY A LOCAL FIRM. PBICES: The C«mfcrt cf Thousands of Hcusewives. They save more money end do more work with less labor than any other machiu?) on the market, and yon can't v/car them out. It is without a rival and costs 1x0 more than the " almost as good " sorts Cut OR Pure.1 Wo. i. DARK OR BRIGHT. ifel =Sfe an Aged Person gets a Cold, it 13 of the utmost importance that not only is the Best Remedy taken at once, but that t...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE Koroit Sentinel AND Tower Hill Advocate. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING JULY 24. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 July 1915

fioroit J CUTl ctrnvcv |uU ^drocatf PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING JULY 24. Current Topics. At the last meeting ol the A.W.N.L. it was decided to co-operate with the Red Cross Society in celebrating "Australia Day" by bringing gifts for the soldiers to the meeting next Thursday. The annual ball in aid of St. Patrick's convent will take place in the mechanics' hall on Wednesday evening next. The hon. secretary (Mr C. Dunne) reports that arrangements for the music and supper are complete, and the function will be carried out on the usual elaborate scale, concluding at the same hour as formerly, an extension of the electric light having been obtained for that night. The relatives of Private Harry Brittain have received word that the young soldier died from meningitis at Heliopolis, on 14th July. He left with the last contingent for Egypt. When a lad the late Private Brittain lived with his grandmother in Koroit for four years, and went to the State school. Afterwards he live...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Racing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 July 1915

Racing Notes. By "Fleininglon." Unless the Hllies suitor souio great dis Sster, it is scarcely likely that, tho spring racing campaign will bo greatly inter fered with. , Xlie propositi j:> as-yon have licard, to go on racing jt least at Fleniingtou and Caulfield, and allow the profits to go to the war funds. Even the most venomous opponent of the S[kil t cannot find fault with this nr. nmgemoiit. It serves a double purpose. The money will be of great help to the must deserving of all causes, and witli horses remaining in training, many thousands of people will'be kept in em ployment, who would,'otherwise be re iluml to a condition of want. As pre viously said, the country is in difficulty osnough without thousands being added to the unemployed list through tho ces sation of mcing. There is Jittlo or nothing doing ill connection with tlio Cups, though now and then 0110 hears of jv move being wade, which so. to say, indicates that im'taiu horses are at the moment fan cied in tho r...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sixpenny Pops. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 July 1915

"Sixpenny Pops. Tho nhovo on Saturday night was 1 )sr,;,,)y attended, anJ n pleasant even ji,if wns spent listening to tlio longthy varied progrommo presented. jsVw fnces omor.g tho performers in cluded Miss Molly ilnyres (Port Fairy), whose numbers, " lienutifnl Hoses," and " Tlio Wood-Nymph's Cull," woro appreciated to llio fullest extent. Air. Stero Ryan snng two songs in his customary finished runmior, mid tlio oilier items wore tip to tho usual stan dard. During an interval n number of gifts ivero disposed of nt miction by Mr. Clms. Dunne, anil realised good prices. Tlio proceeds, about XI3, will Ro to support tlio good work being ilmid by local Indies for tlio benefit) of Australian sick nnd wounded soldiers. Xlie programme was as follows : Overturn, Missed Al. nud F. Dunne; song, " Oil to Pliiliiililpliin," Master Civ, Murks ; song, " Beautiful roses," Miss M. Ilnyres ; song, " Good bye, Mrlhourno town," Alastor Goraty ; violin solo, " Oomo back to Erin," Air. James Ilcnnosay...

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CROSSLEY STAKE, [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 July 1915

CROSSLEY STAKE, For sixteen all-ages at £2 2s. each. Win ner, £17; runner-up, £9; two dogs, £2 2s. each. FIRST HOUND. Glceson and O'Brien's Mcrrycup beat T. O'Brien's Fleeting Folly. A. McPhee's Maid Marion beat W. J. Lcddin's (ns) Joe's Gift. John Kervin's R.C.M. beat M. Coyle's Reilbar. Jas. La/Tan's; Onca beat M. Maloney's Firing Line. Jas. A. Gauley's French Polish beat Glceson and O'Brien's Cerise. Con. Bourke's Lady Goodluck beat Geo. Wright's Cyrmic Queen. . M. Page's (ns) Tulkawan beat B. A. Tucker's Tnllamore. J. J. Collins' [nverbeay. beat D. Kelly's Hughaloo. FIRST TIES. Mcrrycup beat Maid Marion. R.C.M. beat Onca. French Polish beat Lady Goodluck. Tulkawan beat Jnvorbeau. " SECOND TIES. R.C.M. beat Merrycup. Tulkawan beat French Polish. DECIDING COURSE. M. Page's (ns) blk b Tulkawan, by Jack Tar-Briar Bud. beat John Kervin's bk w d, R.C.M., by Killanure-Holly, and won the stake.

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Koroit Plumpton. JULY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 July 1915

Koroit Plumpton. JULY MEETING. The above meeting last Saturday at tracted a fair gathering of district sports, when stakes for 16 all-ages and 16 puppies were decided. The club lias been unfor tunate in meeting with adverse conditions early in its history, as the inordinately dry season greatly interfered with the work of keeping the hares in good run ning form. The war has also put a damper on operations to some extent, but members are confident the club will eventually surmount all initial obstacles, and have a successful career. On Satur day the hares, with a few exceptions, ran well, kills being far less numerous than previously. lioth stakes were won by Penshurst representatives. The oflicials carried out their duties in a capable man ner, and in many respects the meeting was equal to those of more experienced clubs. Results: KILLARNEY STAKE. 16 puppies at £2 2s. Winner £17, runner up £9; two dogs at £2 2s each. I'IKST ROUND. W. H. Memmott's (ns) The Forsaken beat J. F. M'Guinn...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Fisk Jubilee Singers. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 July 1915

Fisk Jubilee Singers, Wo nro pleased to announce tiia re-nppi'iiriiiioo horo of tho nbovo world famuus company in (lie Mechanics' In stitute on Thursday next, after mi absence oC many years, introducing new artists with the old favorites. Popular prices ore adverti ed, and no doubt this uniquo band of singers will . ha»'o o crowded IIOUHO, i\S it is a lung while sinco a roally first class company visited Koroit. Wo quoto the follow ing from the IJallurat " Star " of June 9th :-This well known company me paying a visit to Unllarnt, and opened a brief season last night at the Alfred Hall. They had a largo and very appreciative audience, and their con cort was a most succosnful introduction to Ballarat, Most of the items wera by tho company. It neoded no intro ductory speech to tell that their stylo of sinking hud its origin in tlio open air on the old Southern plantations. Those old slave day conditions evolved a typo of singing and singer that his found many imitators, but which cm o...

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Help for Dairymen. DISPUTATION TO WAIT ON MINISTER [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 July 1915

Help for Dairymen. DISPUTATION TO WAIT ON Minister K Tho third mooting iu connection wiUm,, movemont to approach the Governm<m assistance in replenishing tlw dairy he,? was hold on Tue.-iday, Mr. M. Quinn,,] [»' in Iho chnir. Thuro woro present dok.»|»f{ from Omperdown, Cobdon, 'IVany, Sw* ford, Oarvoc, Mnrttake, and oilier phcoi from which dairymen woro in attfndance1 ' The Western Distcuit factor^ co.i.r,cr. live produco coiiy>any intimated that x largo deputation hrrd wailed on tho Minig^f in regard lo catlio and fodder, nnd that the. Cabinet would givo the mattor uarlv Clm sidoration, fciguroa wcro nupplicd by various biiit,lf fiictorica iu regrud to tho lues (usUiiu'du tho drought. Glonormiston, for the year ended Jnno showed a dccreaee of lol,i;)2lb« Warrnambuol 120,55-lba, CumpcnWn 3ij per cent tontmgo, villi a value of i»c{ pef cunt. U ho chairman reported having uttcmlcd 4 largo meeting at Terang, whero tho wcro equally as great hh bur©, and W4, pleasod lo e*y...

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APPEAL BY THE MAYOR OF KOROIT. To THIS EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 July 1915

APPEAL BY THE MAYOR OF KOROIT. To THIS EDITOR. SIR,-In connection with the extremely laudable appeal being made at present by Lady Stanley to the people of Victoria to raise on next Friday, "Australia Day," by a combined cITort, such a sum of money as will in a material way provide com forts for the Australian wounded soldiers, 1 desire to place a few facts befoie the people of this district, feeling it my bare duty in my oflicial capacity to do so. In the first place I would say that there has never been a call made upon us deserving of a more generous response by all, rich and poor alike, because our brave boys who have gone to the front are fighting for our hearths and homes, our rights and liberties, at the present scene of war, just as assuredly as if the shells were bursting at our doors, but by going to meet the danger across leagues of ocean far from home and friends, and helping in the valiant way they arc doing to preserve the prestige of our glorious Empire, they are prev...

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Local Assistance Sought. FOR AUSTRALIAN WOUNDED AND THE EMPIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 July 1915

Local Assistance Sought. l'"OR AUSTRALIAN WOUNDED AND THIS EMI'lRli. At it special meeting of the ICoroit lioroitgh Council on Wednesday evening the Mayor (Cr. Downey) brought under noticc several communications received relating to movements to promote the comfort of Australian wounded soldiers, and it was decided to give ttic public generally an opportunity of interesting themselves ill these matters by holding a public meeting.on Monday evening next, in the town hall, and which is convened by the Mayor by advertisement elsewhere. The subject of particular importance is Lady Stanley's appeal for funis for the relief of sick and wounded Australian soldiers. Already the fund approaches £100,000, and it is desired to make it £250,000 by "Australia Day" (30th July). The daily lists of casualties amongst those who arc lighting our battles in Gallipoli are heavy, and it is only too certain that the task that lies before them will add many more names to those already pub lished. It is ha...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 July 1915

COMMITTEE' MEETING. A committal) mooting was liold on Tuesdny ovening, wlion th.'ro wero present-Messrs J. L. I'nton (presi dent), Kccles, Matters, Peters, Craw ford, Mack it', and iho ilov. R. Nairn. Tlio president rnportod that) the re arrangement of tlio reading rooms had been carried into effect, and he had obtained a price for a door and frame between the rooms. It was decided to liavo tho work dono at a cost of £3 17s. Tlio election of officers resulted as follows :-President) and treasurer, Mr. J. L. Paton ; vice prcsidoub, Mr. J.J.Crawford; secretary, Sir. J. II. Ogle ; librarian, Mr. F. Uzzel; book committer, the presidonb, and Messrs Crawford, Ecclos, and tho Rov. It. Nairn. A rote of thanks was passed to tho auditor?, and to tho " Sentinol " and "Gazotto" for froo copies of those publications. It was decided that no charge be made for the uso of the hall for the recruiting mooting, nnd tho hour for rehearsals was fixed at from 7 to 9 30 p.m. Mr. Peters raised tho question...

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Koroit Mechanics Institute ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 July 1915

Koroit Mechanics Institute ANNUAL MEETING. There wns a small attcndanco nt tlio abnvo mealing, presided ovor by Mr. J. L. Pnton. HAI.ANCi: SllIiET. Tlio lialatico-sherb allowed a falling oil iu rovi.'into compared to thn pro vioua year of nboub £30, chiefly in linll rents, Tlio principal items wore as follows:-Receipts-Balance Inst audit, £0!) 83 'Id ; renb of hall and supper room, £137 8s lid ; government grant, ,?13 -Sa; members' subscrip tions, £23 3s ; sale of ourrotit-, £21 5s 3d. Expenditure-Intorest on loan, £12; painting nod fencing, £34 7a 9d ; light for hall nud bio, £33 18s Id; books and papers, £10 ICs GJ ; care taker's salary and commission, £02 17s Gd ; librarian's salary and commission, £23 Id ; balance in bunk £1G Os Id. Tlio savings bank account showed a crcdit of £(»1 Oa 2d, and tho loan account a dobit of £200. Tho balance eheot was adoptod. KI.ECTION OF COMMITTER. Tho Ihreo retiring members'of com mittee, Messrs J. F, Duftus, O. II. Matters, and W. J. Eccles, wcr...

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