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Koroit Racing Club. PROPOSED MEETING IN DECEMBER [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 August 1915

Koroit Racing Club. PROPOSED MEETING IN DECEMBER A meeting of tbo above committee was bold on Wednesday evening to consider whether a spring meeting should bo held this year. There were present Messrs I<\ O'Brien (president), G. H. Matters, J. Kelly, M. J. Qlse son, T, Rundell, '1'.. .Lane, J. G. Sim monds, M. Bourite, arid W. O'lirien, The president said there was a feel ing among members thab bho Novem bor uieoiiog should uot bo held, for various reasons. The establishment of a camp on tbo Warrnnmbool racecourse had, howovor, somewhat altered tho position, as a raco meeting could nob bo bold thero in Docomber, and undor tbo civcuuistancos owners would wel come a mectiug at) Koroit about that time, and he thought it would bo a success. Mr. Matters said lie had asked the secretary of tbo Warrnnmbool club (Mr. Davis) if the December moeting was to bo held, and he said thero was every reason to supposo it would not, Ho suggested bringing tho matter to a head by writing to t...

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 — 28 August 1915

Sixpenny Pops. Tlio promo'ors of the Pops added aDOtlier to their already lengthy list of successes oa Saturday evening, whou the attendance was well up to the high average, A. number oE Wurrnam bool performers kindly assisted by tjivior; a selection of very enjoyable items. The remainder of the pro grnuimo was equal to the standard sot on former occasions, and the full list) was as follows : - Piano overture, " Seliorzo Caprice," Miss V. Sjirin^j; song, " Asleep in the Deep," Mr. H. M irLi 11; song, " The Sea is England's Glory," Rev. 0. J. T. Martin ; comic song, Mr. W. Jeukinson ; song, "The Little Irish Girl," Mrs Walsh ; song, " Off to Callal," Mr. Edwards ; song, "Sammy," Miss Hambrid^o; recita tion, "A Similar Case," Miss Peart; song, "The way the "Wind blows," Mr. W. Wilkinson ; duel;, the Misses Dy son; piano solo, "Wedding Mom," Miss E. Dunne ; chorus, Miss Howio and company; song, "Island of Dreams," Miss O'Dowd ; song, " Somo where," Miss N. Gorman ; song, " Dreamland," ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 August 1915

WARRNAMBOOL. O'Brlan Bros, roport: Tuosduy, August 24. Pigs.-240 penned, of which Cully 150 wero stores The quality of the bacon pigs penned did not coinpure too favorably with those of previous markets, consequently the market did nob show SO briskly, bub prices wero about equal to late ruling rates. Stores were again a liUle cusier, anil a good many puna were unsold. Wo sold for Messrs Crow Bros £8 19a and £5 IGh Cd, J, P, Noonun £7 8a Gd, James Kusecll £5 18s, M. Glocson £7 4s, J. Cameron £G Us, Mrs O'Murnanc £G3o und £5 2s, John Brodcrick £4 3s, K. Spurling £2 10s, John Wulluch £2 IGa, and J. Crow 35a (id, and quote prime bacon pigs £1 Ids to £3 13s 6d, good do £6 10s to £7 10s, light weights £o 5a to £G 5a, medium £4 to £5, backfatters to £S 19s, best forward ntores 10a to G3s, woll grown sorts 20a to 3Ga Gd, slips 18s to 27s, young pigs 8a to 14s. _ Wednesday. Sheep.-270 penued, for which there was a very brisk demuud, und all puns sold readily at full values.* Wo sold for Mes...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Stock Markets. KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 August 1915

Stock IVlarkets. K0U01T. O'Brien Bros, report. Thuruduy, Auguot 20. Fair yutdinga of all elaoacB, aud a good clearance. Pigs.-1*1 punned. Competition was fair, mid })ricf!6 were about wjual to Inst woqIc'h, rates. Wo sold for Mcaara La no Bron 1Da mill 10a Oil, W, Milliard '17s, 27« Od, 32a 0d, and -108 Oil, Ji W. Harper 38s Bd, Jameii Dobson 51a, J. Hiiddoti 22a, und quote for ward Htoroa 47» and 51a, well grown aorta 32a?()d£to '10a (id, (dips JOs to 27u (Id, youngor aorta llbtid. Shoep.-211 ponned. Demand fairly keen at priuuu fully equal to lalo rate*. Wo sold for;Mo&nrn C. Bu/ied crossbred rum lamba 29a, R. ;M'MaBtor extra piiinc lumbu 55s, William Gibson pi into crossbred two lootbu 45s and 57s» four touth uwtsa -13a, J. Trigg crossbred lumba 33s mid 33a 9d, Jno. Farthing crossbred lambs 21>h l)d and 21)3, Charles Brown comeback owes and wethora in fuir condition 26a Id, W. J. Audcraon crossbred weanora 3UGd. Cuttlo.--Biddings were brisk throughout for all classes, ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Melbourne Pig Market. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 August 1915

Melbourne Pig Market. I3TO yarded. Stores.-A moderate supply forward, and prices practically the same as last week. Porkers.-A good supply, with only a moderate proportion of prime quality, the market being firm at last week's rates for prime pork, but was a little easier for medium. Prime light 45s to 49s, medium and good 57s to 85s, prime heavy 70s to 78s, extra choice to 85s. Baconers.-A smaller yarding, the qual ity not being too good, and the market was a shade easier for all sorts. Small light 75s to 80s, prime medium weights 90s to £5 5s, prime heavy £5 15s to £7 5s, extra choice farmers' lots to £8 10s. Backfatters.-Supply lighter, and prices hardly up to late high rates. Prime weighty *8 5s to £12, extra to £15 7s 6d, medium £6 to £7, rough and staggy from 80s.

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 August 1915

L£?TJSI TAKE mm BONNINCTONS 1MI:IRISH;HOSSI Uul ICitohener 13 mora cuofidant l">» ever of riotory. WHEN MOTHER IS ILL. How everything is neglected and miser able when mother is ill. It is the earnest wish of father and children that she should get well as speedily as possible, and the home treatment of the Ladies' College of Health is a great help in that direction. We have testimonials from many grateful mothers who have been restored to health by it, and a Book containing mucji infor mation about woman's troubles and wor ries will be sent to any address ou receipt of 2d for postage. Address: Dept. 50, Ladies' College of Health, 327 Collins St., Melbourne, Mr. II. L. Hobday, of Port Fairy and Koroit, has pleasure in announcing that he has made arrangements to personally visit Koroit every Tuesday and Thursday, and may he consulted at his surgery ad joining Hannafoury's cycle depot, Com mercial Road.-Advt. Fur Hronuhml Coughs, tidcu Wouila' (jreat, iVppurniiilt Cum, la till. Best...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Korolt Borough Election. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 August 1915

Korolt Borough Election. Tim annual election for tbroo coun cillors for tho abovo was hold on Thursday, tho retiring councillors being opposed by Mr. D. Spring, lho day passed off quiolly, bat tlio numbor of votes recorded-382-was well up to ibe avorage. There is no doubb thai contested elections tend to mako coun cillor., 1'oro xoaloUB in looking nftor tho interests of tho rB\,l\'tt?c.rsi [UU' 'or that reaiiou Mr. Spring is 00,in" mended for coming out. Tho oloc'l'/yv resulted in tho return of tho three re tiring councillors. Shortly nftor six o'clock tho mayor (Or. John Downey) announced tho result) of tho poll to a fnir gathering of ratepayers as follows :-Dourko, !)D9 volos; Gleoson, 250; Spring, 170; Wilkinson, 3-16 Ho therefore de clared Martin Bourku, Matthew Uleo son and John Wilkinsou duly olected. Mr. Martin liourkn said he thanked tho ratepayers sinccroly for tho grea', honor they hail conferred oil hint by placing him ab tho head o( tho poll. Ho had occasion on many time...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Racing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 August 1915

Racing Notes. II li.-is hrcii definitely decided I'o mwil I'ii.-Ii' Kim l» Sydney to-day, with ;i viciv I" his engagements nt the A.J.C. ttyring meeting. Tlio chestnut will thus reach llii; scene of action in good time iuxl iu> doubt (ho opportum'ty will lie lal;rn (jiving iiim an outing or two in puMic before his more important ivci's lull iliio. Undo Sum now ? uveitis Jo i>n over his attack <if rheumatism, if tlid trouble docs not reappear, 1h* fan I'c <lfi>i»>nl«tl upon to give n good' iiiviiiuil of himself in Sydney, ^ Colonel Light's fniluro to copi),.-';. in tin) Arli'/..:!(id On' .. ftnigWIight col't H "i ta'.HKl'c" I'HIl'li'llltO ill (III' llCMl ,-,.i:j«'? A/I events. Colonel l..i(,')it I n Si' given a.rluiiii'd lo rc<l('0)u him .-...'i' in J hi' Adelaide Derby next month, ]i'i! mil- a fiiile mid n-half it will not II, I ;i good one lo lieat Mm. The Col in,,I inn .'in nlmmlntii't! of pace, Imt. it, i,- .firij 1 ? f i'iiI if ho is ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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General Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 August 1915

General Summary. Fourteen per cent or the Australian soldiers are married. Tho Australia Day fund in Sydney now totals £616,000. Swans aro nesting in largo numbers this season oa Lake Torang. A callous world no livo in. Evon gome of the cabbages sold aro heart less. This year is tlio seven hundredth an niversary of Magna Cbalta, signed by King John nt Ruunymedo. Meningitis is essentially a product of overcrowding, bad vontilation, and general insanitary conditions. Sixty per cent, of Ilia British soldiers who are wounded recover and becomo fit again for eervico at tho front. Fines of £50 ouch havo been im posed on two Sydney firms for Belling chaff at a higher prico than thati lixod by ihe Government, The Victorian Uailway Commis sioners have decided upon a very con siderable curtailment of tho country rail service, as from September 1. Legislation providing for tho reduc tion of tho qualifying medical course from five years to four yours has been passed by the Legislativo Assembly....

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Australia Day. FINAL MEETING AT KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 August 1915

Australia Day. FINAL MEETING AT KOUOir. A meeting bo ucttl<i accounts in con nection with tho above was hold in thu Town Hall on Monday evening. Mr. Jnmss Oflicor presided, and thero were present Messrs. A. Skilbeck (lion, sec rotary and treasurer), W. J. Eccles, G. 1:1. Matters, J. J. Crawford, Jno. Wilkinson, J. L. Oglo, R. Paton and R. Lawloss. Tho secretory road tho balance-sheet, which showed :-Receipts-Donations, £319 us ; luncheon, £11 On 3d; sbreeb subscriptions, £1 10s 3d; guessing competition, £G 17s Cd ; proceeds of nntertainmont, £25 ; collections under .CI, .£'17 ; gbodssold by auction, .ElOi. Gs. Total, £015. Expenses, E t ; net. proceeds, £511, to which has to be added £25 for the pale of buttons al ready remitted, making a grand total of £536. The balance sheet, which was considered very satisfactory, was adopted. Mr. Eccles moved a hearty voto of thanks to Mr. Alfred Skilbeck for tho great work ho had dune in connection with Australia day. Ho had dovoted ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Original Correspndence. BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 August 1915

Original CorrespndencfT BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. To Tint ICnrroi), KIK,-At the last meeting o[ lhc |WJ, committee of (tic above (unci a consiilcrabie H falling off was reported in local conti ibu- B1 lions. |H According to statements by tlic treasurer B| am! liy Hie various collectors, this Ins been 11 due partly to the prominence recently Kivcil Rg to oilier 111 mis, ami putty to an impression B< in the minds of wine tint the iut cu iuti |Uj K been lo flontinuif tlie Ilclgi.in iffort fnr , B ! limited number of months only. jj 1'til \';"r!{1'"ess of other funds, which by M Ihelr vi'ry nature nppca'i vc?i ,7'n -'.V \\ B everyone, is adniitted. At the s.n.ii'time B wc do urge tbat ni> fund should have 1 B stronger claim than the Belgian. |" |u K words of n well-known writer "liclcinm H hied for Europe." The part played hy hct i hcroic defenders in the opening stages o( K the war lias probably never been surpassed 6 in the world's history. When wc renicm 8 ber that at a most...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Koroit United Friendly Societies. CARNIVAL TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 August 1915

Koroit United Friendly Societies. CARNIVAL TO Mi HIiLD. A meeting of (lie above jvas hold in the town hall on Wednesday evening, the president (Mr. D. Spring) in the chair. The various lodges were represented as follows:-Oddfellows, A. Conlan, J. Dean, J. Wilkins; Natives, D. Spring, R. F'aton, T. Paton; Reehabites, J. K. Morris, 3. Hertr.md, and C. Ifre«n\Yn; Hibernians, .Murray, W. Leddin; C.Y.M.S., M. : jwe, J. Mclivitt. The president said lie was pleased see such a Rood muster, which should always be the case, otherwise the work was left to half a dozen. As (he members were appointed by their lodges they should all lend a helping hand, and lie hoped for better attendances in future. The princi pal business of the meeting was to decidc whether they should hold the carnival this year. Mr. R. Paton said most of them knew the decision arrived at three months ago to hold the carnival on October 91I1, and they had the industrial portion of the pro gramme drawn up and printed so that e...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Co-Operative Marketing. BUTTER TRADE DIFFICULTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 August 1915

Co-Operative Marketing. BUTTER TRADE DIFFICULTIES. Mr. II. W. Osborne, manager of the We&lcrn District Factories' Co-Operative I'roducc Co., addressed (he shareholders at the conclusion of Ihc half-yearly meeting of the Cotac L>ntry\ri45 Co. on Tuesday, and said ihut those entrusted with the distribu* lion of butter had passed through a strenu ous time, in consequence of the same dis tress which had a trcct eel the farmers* As the butter production went down his cum* pany was faced with a serious problem. At one stage thoy were only receiving about five tons a week from the Western District; What were they to do? The directors had to ciihcr close down business or become purchasers of butter in (lie markets of the world. If the hu«iuess had been closed down all the work they had done in building up » business connection would have gmic by the board. Under the circumstances the directors Authorised him to purchase butler. They got some from New South Wales, then Oucensland ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 August 1915

Koroit Weekly Sale. THUKSDAY, aii?TUMBKR 2. 0} 1 juiKN BROS. wil Soil by Vubllo 13 Auction ou abovo date, when t!»oy will offer CATTLE. 6 Choice Dairy Cows, in full profit and *piiugi»g *» l'xtra Choice Springing Heifers S Good Store Cows 12 Young Mixed Cattle SHEEP. 125 Heavy Crossbred Wethers, in good condition 15 Crossbred Ewes and Lambs 20 Crossbred Weanors PIG 6. HORSES. SUNDRIES. Special Buyer for strong, woll-grown STORKS iu attcudanoe Warrnambool Corporation Yards. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, Of ORIEN BROS, will Sell by Public Auction, at the Corporation Yards, on the abovo dato the following CATTLE: 2 prime Cows from Ynngery 30 yearling Heifers, dairy bred IS Heifers, 1£ to 2 years, good aorts . 10 store Cows (lu conjunction wiili A. Maofarlane and Co.) 15 choice Dairy Cowa in full profit and springing SHEEP. 35 prinio Wothcrs from Injemira 25 ,, " foom Tower Hill Park 02 Crossbred Ewes with 62 fat Lambs at foot, :.4 HOKSES SUNDRIES. TUESDAY, AUGUST.31. FAT & STORE PIGS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 August 1915

Furniture for the Cottage or the Mansion. Onlyfiv&t-elass workmen em ployed at our Factory. One trial will convince you of the superiority of our goous. GIVE US THAT TRIAL. E. B. PHILLIPS, LIEBIG STREET! lWAKSNAMSOOL IT PIT©! TIMBER MERCHANT, HIGH STREET, INVITES INSPECTION OF HIS STOCK 01? 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. The Best-The Cheapest MACHINES ARE SOLD BY A LOCAL FIRM. PRICES; £3 10s. TO £9 15s. Guarantee. EASY Ttstid and Fooni THE BEST. U uat all ovtr thi Comraonw«aJtk. WARD BROS., 36-38 Errol St., North Melbourne Tht Cimfort of Thonsasdi of Housewives. They save more money and do mere work with leu labor than any other machines .a the market, aad yoi can't wear them oat. Ward Bros. "Almost" Won't do. You want the BEST, and you are entitled to get i...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 August 1915

THE WAR. It is officially reported at Berlin that the Russian fortress of Brest Litovsk has fallen. A message from London states that a British airman destroyed an enemy sub marine with bombs off Ostend on Thurs day. A report from Athens states that two of the Allies' cruisers on Sunday pene trated into the Dardanelles and bom barded successfully the Turkish batteries at Kastanea. Italy's declaration of war against Tur key, states a Rome message, has caused confusion and demoralisation at Constan tinople. The people are loudly demand ing peace.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE Koroit Sentinel AND Tower Hill Advorcate PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING AUGUST 28. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 August 1915

TUB !>ovott Jvcutinc! AND %msx *iiU |Wvocatc. PUBLISHED EVBBT SATQItDAT SATURDAY MORNING AUGUST 28. Current Topics. The Koroit branch of the Red Cross Society continues active. Supplies of wool and material are now plentiful, and more workers are invited to call at the Mechanics hall any Thursday afternoon. This applies particularlv to those willing to take work home. The following dona tions were received on Thursday last: Mrs Channing 5s, "Woodlands" estate, £5 5s, made up as follows R. H. McMaster IOs, W. Lang, J. Irving, E. Kelly, T. Hussey, C. Cameron, G. Dyson, J. Kelly, D. Morrison, J. Pallas, R. Roberts, T. Watson, D. Irving, J. Hassett, H. Pride, 4s each; C. Gow, J. Stokes, C. Kelly, 3s each; J. Lamb, N. Salt, T. Shiells, R. McFarland, J. Paterson, and R. Stewart, 2s 6d each; J. Shiells, C. McNeill, J. Delaney, R. Salt, E. Bence, W. Ah Chow, G. Spiken, 2s each; A. Irving, is. Goods -Mrs Duncan 3 prs sox, pr bed sox, scarf, knitted helmet; sox, Mrs Faragher, Miss Duffy, M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 4 September 1915

TjinTrao-~ CURE THAT COLD [B0NNINGT0N5] blRISHMOSS^ NEVER FAILS * jjjF Mr. H. L. Hobday, of Port Fairy and Koroit, has pleasure in announcing that he has made arrangements to personally visit Koroit every Tuesday and Thursday, and may be consulted at his surgery ad joining Hannabury's cycle depot, Com mercial Road.-Advt. For Hrnnohiul Cuuglin, tnho Woods' Grout Peppermint Cure, la Oil, Best Imported Hi^h Class # CONFECTIONERY. # FIRST QUALITY FRUITS IN SEASON DIIUCCT FUO.M TII15 ORCHARD. ToyB, Statlonory, School Xloquisiton, Etc. Orders Taken for Photo En largements. Guaranteed by Artint. MRS. H. T. BRYANT, - K 0 R 0 1 T. - TAILORING BUSINESS. Mil. P. GAKTLAN WI'HIicb to inform llm rfhidunU of Kornit nml Ntirrmindii»i> DiatrieU Unit hu hus tukon over Iho ncsH formerly conduetod in Commercial Road, Koroif, hy Iho luto John (Jlcary, und | ia prepared to cxccutc nil ordurH enlrnMort to him in u manner that cannot fail to fjivo 8atisfuction regarding Material, Style, and Workmanship....

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WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 4 September 1915

WARRNAMBOOL. . I O'Brion Bros, roport ' Tuesday, August 31. | Pigs.-25G penned, of which about ISO I I were btores. (Competition was fair through- , out, but prices were not up to Into high j values, mid on the wholo the drop was I , about 8a per head* Stores mot a lively ' i market and lute rates ruled. We sold 82 j head for Messrs Paton Bros. £5 10a and £3 I 6s, John Bourko junr. 79s Gd and 55s, John I | Naughton 78B Gd, *1 homos Kyan £6 Ms 6d I and i'5, J. Ryan £6 16B Gd and £G 4s Gd, I I Thomas Carmody £0 13a Gd and £G 0s Gd, I ! Michael Downey £7 12s (top price of the I I market), John Lumsdon £G 10s Gd, James J Downey senr. £7 83, William Hnlm £G 5s ' Gd, 13. Trollope £5 9s Gd, John Vickurs £0 I Is, A. Trigg £11 Mb, Mrs. M'Lnreu £G 12s, I £4, and £3 13s Gd, Daniel Gavin £G 18s, and stores for G". Hillis and M. Downey, and quote-Prime pigs £G 10a to £7, extra to £7 8s and £7 12s, good pens £5 5s to £6 Gs, light-weights £4 to £5, medium G5s to 75s, buck falters £8 to £11 Ms, for...

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PORT FAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 4 September 1915

PORT FAIRY. Twenty-fivo casts of onious wore sent enrly iu llis year to the Panama Exposition by Messrs Shea, IJood and Co., produce merchants, Melbourne (represented locally by Mr. P. Brady) and word has now been received that two gold medals bad been awarded the exhibit, one for quality and the other for packing. As there wero exhibits from all parts of the world, tho distinc tion won is of a very high character. Port) Fairy was plunged in gloom on Tuesday, when it bocaine known officially that) Privates Laurence Finn and Russell Hindhaugh, previously re ported missing, had been killed in action. Both young men belong to good families, well-known and highly respected throughout! the Westorn district, and the wholo countrysido joins in heartfelt) sympathy with tho bereft relatives. Privato Finn, who was best) known here, was a nativo of Port Fairy, where lie was very popular iu social and sporting circles. He was only 21 years of oge and was amongst) tho earliest) and best) of thos...

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