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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 January 1914

Woman of 70 has a Face like that of a Young" Girl. LONG GUARDED FAMILY SECRET LEARNED! THROUGH"^ PROVIN CIAL LADY.' ' ' " " £ro(n mother to daughter, generation after generation," writes a lady now 70 : years old, " we tiave been noted throughout 5 the little provinoial town where we live for the beauty of our complexions, preserved even to old age. Of late' sd many of our friends seem to have beep deceived and disappointed by harmful akin remedies that \ya liuvc decided (t is tiot l ight (or us to Keep to otirsclvps any longer the formula that has always been considered as our family secret', and lo which wc owe our ' eternal youth.' 'Ihcrcforc wc take tills opportunity of communicating it to our sister readers. Simply take 2oz. rose water, 1 dram tincture of benzoin, and 2oz. Mowers of Oxzoin, and mix them yourself at home- Any chcmist ean supply you with what is necessary. Shake the lotion before using, and apply with a clean piece of cotton wool or a spongu regularly night and' ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Port Fairy Races. THE WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 January 1914

Port Fairy Races. THE WEIGHTS. Appended are the weights for the above faccs, to be held to-day: Hurdle Race; Lady Alva, 10.7; Black Flag, Ludwig, 10.0 s Ricochet, Wasseca, 9.10; Ornate, 9.3 ; Haymow, 9.0. Trial Handicap: Kins Kirk, 9.0; Bright Kirk, 8.3 ; Emeraldale, 8.2; Erin's Hope, 8.0; Ornate, 7.12; Haymow, 7.7; Piston, 7.5; Banaroo, 7.0. Port Fairy Handicap: Mofoa, 9,8; Whare, 9.3; Major Eight, 8.11; Fulcrum, 7.5; Ricochet, 7.0; Black Flag 6.12; Scottish Club, 6.7. Pony Race ; Little Beau, 9.12: Roluma, 8.13; Lady Arden, 8.3; Fairy Port, 7.7; Blackstone, Ornithorphynclius, 7.3; Picillo, 6.7. Hack Race: Illowa, 10.0; Boortkoi,9.5 ; Scottish Club, Port Lad, Me Smith, Alvaro, Golden Vale, 8.10; Glen Elgin, Cullodcn, 8.3 ; Lylock, Lady Hamlet, 8.0. Flying Handicap: Motoa 10.3 ; Wharc, 9.I2; Mojor Eight, 9.7; Bright Kirk, 7.9; Erin's Hope, 7.6; Piston, 6.11; Banaroo, 6.7. Welter Handicap: King Kirk, 10.12; Vodski, 10.7; Ricochet, 9.12; Storm, 9.5; Piston, 9.3; Lady Hamlet, 9.0. A. G...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
England as I saw it. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 January 1914

England as I saw it. The annual visit to this district by an officer conncctcd with the Methodist Home Mission tins just taken placc, ihc Rev. C. I W. Atkinson, M.A., who rcccntly returned | from England, taking services at Koroit 011 Sunday morning, Kirkstali in (heafternoon, and I'ort Fairy at night. The services were very successful, and an increase in l he collections was noted at each place. On Wednesday evening, in the Koroit Methodist Church, Mr. Atkinson gave those present some of his impressions of his ; visit. He commenced by making a com parison between the scenes in rural Eng land in the springtime and those of Aus tralia. In the old country one did not simply see things as they were at present, but sow the result of what was done in ages past. The well-arranged hedges and fences represented not what was done a year or two auo, but they had been trained and trimmed in the same manner for generations. The natural beauties here were great, and although he had nothing to sa...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Koroit Borough Council. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 January 1914

Koroit Borough Council. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7. Present-Crs, M. Bourke (mayor), Wil kinson, Paterson, Stevenson, Downey, P. Bourke, DufTus, and Simmonds. CORHRSPONDENCi:. From the Public Health Department, staling that as the council have approved of the registration of certain premises as a private hospital, it will now be necessary for the council to submit a copy of the application with a report by the Officer of Health.-The Mayor moved that the cor respondence be forwarded lo Mrs. Halli gan, and that she be asked to supply the particulars required.-Seconded by Cr. Stevenson and carried. From the Health Officer reporting favorably on the application referred to above, viz., Mrs. Halligan's premises. From Public Health Department, re overcrowding in houses.-No action. From J. J. Crawford, applying to be allowed to make a crossing over the channel in front of his premises, in Com mercial road.-Granted, subject to the foreman's approval. From the secretary Shire of Belfast, forwarding...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Koroit Petty Sessions. FRIDAY, 9th JANUARY. (Before Messrs. Norman and M'Grath, J.'sP.) [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 January 1914

Koroit Petty Sessions. FRIDAY, 9th JANUARY. (Before Messrs. Norman ami M'Gratl), J.'sP.) Thomas Reynolds v. Leslie Balchin, claim to rccovcr possession of a racing saddle valued at £7. Leslie Balchin v. Thomas Kcyiiolds, claim to recover a racing saddle valued at £7. Mr. Dunne for Mr. Reynolds, said his client had now possession of the saddle, so thev had better go with the sccond claim. Mr. Molcsworth for Mr. Balchin said if the law had been slatted by Reynolds, and if he was going to abandon the claim, £l Is costs should be allowed. The chairman said as the law had been sel in motion the case must go 011, unless the solicitors liked to have both cases heard together-This suggestion was agreed to. Leslie Balchin, jockey, said Mr. Reynolds had asked him how much ho would charge to school a horse. Told him he was not in a position to charge, and would school it fornotliing. Reynolds said if he would look after the horse and get bin) ready for the show jumping he would give him half i...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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YARPTURK. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 January 1914

YARPTURK. (Krom our own Correhpoudent.) A widely known and highly respectcd resident of this distiict in the person of Mr Munro passed peacefully away on the loth ult. at the advanced age of 86 years. The deceased gentleman enjoyed good health until a month ago, when he was seized with a severe attack of bionchitis. During his illness he received the best of medical aid, and the care of a loving family. His widow survives him, and is verging on 88 years of age. Mr. Munro was born at Inverness, Scotland, and emigrated with his wife and one child to Victoria, arriving at Portland in 1855. It was customary in those days for the settlers to meet the boats at the ports, and engage the emigrants. Mr. Munro was hired by the late Mr. Cameron for two years to work on his station at Hamilton. At the expiration of his term he and his wife and two children walked from Hamilton (a distance of over 50 miles), the country then being a wilderness, with no roads, and but bush tracks to guide the tra...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Melbourne Pig Market. January 7 and S. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 January 1914

Melbourne Pig Market. January 7 and S. A<Uni*on, Strettle mid Co , 306 Bourlte St., Melbourne, repsrt 2,450 yarded. Stores.-This class was lightly supplied, chiefly good conditioned sorts, which were purchased by the trade. Small sorts from 20s to 25s, medium from 28s to 32s. Porkers.-Moderate supply, comprising good and prime quality, which met a brisk demand, Prime light weights 35s to 40s, medium and good 42s to 45s, heavy 48s to 55s. Bacon Pigs.-The yarding was a full one, the quality being very good, and well suited to trade requirements. There was a full attendance of town and country curers, and the demand was evenly sus tained throughout, prices being firm. Prime heavy weights 70s to 79s, medium and good 65s to 70s, prime and light 55s to 63s. Ji3ckfattefs.-light supply. The de mand was brisk, and prices a shade firmer. Extra prime and weigljty hf to Lt},'prime fats L5 10s to L6 jos, prime rnediiim 75s to 90s, rough from 55s to 65s.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Cricket. SWASTIKAS V. KIA ORA. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 January 1914

Cricket. SWASTIKAS V. K1A ORA. Tho roturn motcli between llio Koroifc Kia Ora's and Warrnambool Swastika's was playod at Warrnambool Inst Saturday ofternoon. Tho Warrnambool captain, Miss U. Anson, won tho toss from Miss R. McVioar, and dcoidcd to havo lirab use of tfie wioltol. They put. together 41, to which Koroil respmidbd wilh '2G. Oa going to tho wickets thn.«co»ml time tho Swastika4* made 12. Thu Koroit team, with ft leeway of 57 apponroil to be in a hopoloss position, but by good steady oricket won tho tnaloh by a narrow mnrgiu of ouo run. Tho highest senior of the day win Minn li. Walter*, of Warrnambool, who made 20 not out. Miss R. McViear, being tho highest scorer for Koroil, won the Imt presented by a sup« porter of tlio luoal tcatn. Details : SWASTIKAS. First Innings. M. Fogarty, b K. Smith ... ... 5 N. Litta, run out ... ... 0 L. Walters, hit wicket ... ... 19 I,. Leake, b O'Neill ... ... 1 0. Walters, b K. Smith ... ... 3 A. Arthur, b L. Nnylor ... ... 0 U. Anson, b ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Stubble Burning In Agricultural Journal of Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 January 1914

Stubble Burning By It. I've, In Agricultural Journal of Victoria. i'loiii which it cnine. This net oi liurninc, - practically speaking, inoajv thiit the plant*. after their season v-orl; leavo only a few ashes drawn from'the' soil, also the roots, to show for it. Tim stored-up energy has been dissipated, and has passed to other channel*, but the soil gains little >" comparison to what it should, lhors is "0 doubt but that our wheat ttrcivs aro rapidlv losing their fertility from the abscnco iu the soil oi tins organic matter Jt 13 interesting to unravel the skein of mystery that we mo co lore us every day in our crops, and to ask seriously, is it right that wo should burn our stubbles . Uo we really cheapen tho cost of larming, or is it an ophomoml practico taut will leavo ,ua sadly disappointed iu the ond ? Thero is 110 doubt but ?? that stripping is a wasteful method when carried out systematicaly. andJT" only, ha cxcuscd when lack of j ap i« forces a nmn to cliooso this method...

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Local Produce Market. [?]oroit, Friday, [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 January 1914

I Local Produce Market. i lioroit, Priday, Potatoes.-The market is fairly lirm at £2 10s. per ton, a better enquiry from Melbourne being responsible for the im provement, Hay.-A large quantity has been sold during the week, St 25s, per ton. The Co-Operative Society purchased about 80 tons at that figure. Barley.-A few samples have been sub mitted, but no business has yet been done. Ffom indications at present, it would appear that farmers do not intend rushing on to the market with tlieir new season's barley. In fact, some of tlionj nave already commenced to stow it away in their barns, and are quite as indifferent in regard to selling as the merchants are about buying. The Melbourne price is 3s 3d to 3s 6d for prime malting barley, and farmers who have anywhere to store it ffjnsider it will pay them better to do that and feed it tg i)iss than take the price offering. i'r<-vi6uS to tiijg yjjjf on many - . --uv had been gi'owrt on '(hu'&'ame landtolwoor three" J?"*...

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General Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 January 1914

General Summary. un railway construction in K.is.'W,, l> 1,500,(J00 is to bo hpent this year. Kor building tho head office oi' tho Commonwealth bank in Sydney, a ten dor of £101,000 was accepted. On Wednesday rlio thermometer re corded tho temperature in Melbourne at iTJ.G. In tho evening heavy wimts wcro experienced and a liitlo damngo was done. Groat storms have been experienced in tho Northern Territory. Railway tiorvice*! liave been interrupted, and at one plaoo the week's rainfall record ,\vns 20in, 1 he rovenuo collectcd at the Custom Houso on January 7 amounted to: Revenue, £15,1-10/18/0; State, £235/1 l/j pontingent, £112/10/5; pilotage, £33(5 ?1/; wharfage, £1130/11/0. '1 hero has been no political contest in Honing for nine years. Now tho Hitting member (Mr. Hutchinson), who has been raided to Cabinet rank, is op posed, and great interest is taken in tho issue. A shopkeeper at Croydon (Kngland), lias been fined £30, with tho alternative of imprisonment for three months,...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 January 1914

WALL PA PEUS. . v ^Fv$LL*PAEBRS.' , -"isV V 1' WALL .PAPERS. The Latest: Designs now; open r i for inspection. : ?? ? CALL.AND S12E;THEM 011 WIUfE FOR PATTIiKNS F: n D TJAiaPER, .Mousedride,Sig-n Painter .*0^ . .. . /{Kssablxsukd 13 YEARS.] W A_g_ ASlK.SVB». ? targe Assortment of ART FRAMES, ; In various* designs and sizes,^prices ranging .from is 3d to 4s 6d. Copper and'"Earthenware JARDINIERS, >. ', /. . At all prices. .' Call and inspect the NEW .FOLDING COT BED, Folds up to 3ft.-x.Si11. x 4m.; you can carry it under your. arm. LINOLEUMS. "LINOLEUMS. Make, your rooms look natty for Xmas. by layiug one of our Linoleums on your floors. .RUGS, MATS,and. CARPETS in Large Variety. m 1^4 j FUNERALS-CONDUCTED IN -FIRST-CLASS STYLE. * ' TlIONi: No. 10. TO PERSONS ABOUT TO BUILD. BEFORE-CALLING ELSEWHERE' CALL: UPON Oil WRITE TO. SIMMGND'S & HAIN, TIMBSS MDSCII-ANTS AND CONTSsYCTO&S, KOEOIT, .JS.nd sot. tJioiriP.ricos J'or all Kinds of Huildiug- Material. Palings, Posts...

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Koroit Waterworks Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 January 1914

Koroit Waterworks Trust. The monthly meeting of- the above was held on Wednesday evening. Present Same as at council meeting. COKKIiSl'UNDISNCH. From F. 1'. Prior, making application for an increase hi salary.-After some dis cussion it was decided tliat no action be taken at present. Ktit'OKTS. Mr. Prior reported a big consumption of water for December, 1,8.(6,000 gallons having passed through the Trust's meter. The railway meter was still out of order. He estimated that 650,000 gallons had been used for railway purposes during the month. The reservoir and tank were in good order. Since the installation of the electric pump 13,57s,000 gallons had been pumped.--The secretary said it was pro vided that the excess over 12,000,000 gal lons should be paid for at 3'1 I'er 1000 gallons. Mr. Gcraty reported having inspected springs 011 the lake bank with a view to connecting them with the receiving basin. Dick spring (about to,000 gallons per day) was distant 460 yards, and the estimated co...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Racing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 January 1914

Racing Notes. f; "Flcmington.") Two promising recruits to tho rani; of metropolitan jumpors nro MoAlnin uiul Widdcn. Ilotli hail from tlio Al bury border. McAipiu, in tlir« stmts over hurdles about Melbourne lias iron tivico, whilo Widdon chiini!' 0110 Victory in two starts sineo tnkinc i Iil> (juartois in this Stato. Thoj'o ars' 1'ienty of jumpers nbout at prosont! but they nro mostly of niodorato olnsi'1 and in tlio company at present mot! with, both Widdcn and McAlpin i should keep on paying tlioir way. {<u t midsummer steeplechases did not Uo-L earth anything likely to talto high raoii at tlio crose-country business, unlosi it bo Bcttowiml. Tli0 big Woodlark gelding seemed to Imvo tlio opposition? well bentctf, when ho camo to grief I at Caiilfiold, and ho may bo forgiven' tlio mil, ns his expcrionco of tlio bis' iouoes is so far limited. BottowT is pretty suro to turn out a euccre, over fences. So, too, should Tolarno: who was going very well indeed when ho camo d...

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Australian Butter. MR. OSBORNE'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 January 1914

Australian Butter. MR. OSBORNE'S REPORT. A valuable report upon the Australian export butter trade has been prepared by Mr. II. W. Osborne, manager of the Western District Co-operative Company, since his return from London. During his absence, Mr. Osborne devoted three months to the investigation of the general marketing conditions throughout Great Britain, and he has come'back to Mel bourne with a stronger faith in the future of the industry, but at the same time he insists that if progress is to be rapid and permanent many radical opera tions, both in the marketing and the manufacture of- butter, must be carried out. Mr. Osborne's report is divided under several headings. The suggestions which Mr. Osborne submits to consideration and discussion arc:-That the Commonwealth Govern ment (1) Empower the High Commissioner to employ skilled experts to examine and report on butter on its arrival in England. (2) Pass regulations to provide, (a) That all butter for export be examined at por...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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A Dramatic and Musical Recital. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 January 1914

A Dramatic and Musical Recital. On Thursday evening next Air. Marcus St. John and Miss irma (Jaron will givu a dramatic and musical recital in the Korna Mechanics'hall. Mr. St. John is quite at the top of the tree as an nctor. He was leading man for Sir Johnstone Forbes Robertson in London and Berlin. Miss Irma Caron (Dresden Conservative of Music) was trained in France and Ger many, and possesses a delightful soprano voice. She is equally good as an instru mcntatist, the violin being her chief instru- : ment. Regarding the rccital, ivti cannot | do better than quote the following from the '. Warrnambool Standard" 2-" A memor able entertainment was given in the Odd fellows' hall last night, when a most appreciative audience was provided with an educational as well as an artistic treat, such as is very seldom presented in country centres. Mr. St. John, while giving pro minence to the educational aspcct of his recitals, scores a compleic success in his efforts to make them cntorlainni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 January 1914

ONE WAY--* HOWARDS MAKIWK A HALF'S- HOME IS TO BUY YOUll FURNITURE AT PHILLIPS'. ^ That 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 elcct to.try "double harness," this idea, as expressed v "? above, is a fixed one. Eho Comfort and Durability of PHILLIPS' FUB,BriTUB,E < is Undeniable. .JJON'T WASTE MONEY. "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 B7 BUYING raoxa E. B. PHILLIPS, LIE8IG STBEliT WAKSNAM800L NOW THAT. ... Christmas and the Holidays are approaching, $Mw 1f«® #»s! ti-Ijpsaf By Getting on Early for a Suit from the ^ESSSiOKEJES OP PASMIOKT. AH. the Very Latest and Most Up-to-Date Suitings to -- Choose from. Also the Latest in Shirts and Ties. JOHN OLEARY, ...

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THE koroit Sentinel AND Courer [?]ill Advocate. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING January 10. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 January 1914

Till? fjfvM'oit J»cntinc! ANn ^ni'cv pi gnhwutc. RDBLIANND KYERV S&TVBDAIR SATURDAY MORNING JANUAHY 10. Current Topics. The new chaff-cutting machinc installed by the local Farmers' Co-Opcralivc Society about two months ago to cope with the increased work is Riving the utmost satisfaction. The machinc is one of the most up-to-date, a few of its advantages being evenness of cut, greater capacity, and patent knife holders, which allow the set of four knives to be removed and others substituted in five minutes. The machine is described as a stack swallowcr, being capable of dealing with four tons an hour, but the general output is three tons an hour. A much better sample of chaff is cut, and the machine is chain-driven, and a vast improvement on the one recently discarded. It is of Aus tralian manufacture, being made by Ronaldson Bros, and Tippett, of Ballarat. Since the installation of electric motors everything has worked regularly and smoothly at the establishment, and no tr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 January 1914

ttoroit Weekly Sale. THURSDAY, JANUARY 15. 0} 1_> RIHN BROS, vil Soli by Public JD Auction on above date, when thoy will offer CATTLE. f> priiuo Cows from Yaugery 10 autumn springing Heifers 12 forward conditioned Cows SHEEP: 100 prime crossbred Ewos aud Wothors from Hawkesdale CO crossbred Ewes iu good order PIGS. HORSES. SUNDRIES. Special Buyer for strong, woll*grown STOKES iu attendance Warrnarabool Corporation Vards« WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14. 01 |>RIEN BROS will Sell by Public Xy Auction, at tho Corporation Yards, on tho above dato tho following CATTLE: 15 prime Cows from Macartluir 6 Choice Forward Springurs 15 Autumu Springing Heifers v 30 well-bred Cows, fat aud forward SHEEP. 50 Primo Crossbred Ewes 40 Prime Lambs 250 Crossbred Ewes, 4 years old, iu good order 70 Crossbred Wcuncra; a nico even lot HORSES SUNDRIES. TUESDAY, JANUARY 13. FAT & STORE PIGS. RXX.XiA.BNSV. MONDAY, JANUARY 12. CLEARING SALE OF DAIRY HERD, HORSES, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, ETC. OJ ORIEN BROS,...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 January 1914

DEATH. FITZGIBBON-At Illowa on the 8th   January, John Fitzgibbon, dearly be loved husband of Ellen Fitzgibbon, Aged 76 years. R.I.P.   [The funeral will leave his late residence, This Day (Saturday), at 3 o'clock for the Tower Hill Cemetery.] T. RUNDELL & SON, Undertakers.  

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