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THE CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 March 1914

THU CONKKKENOK. As arranged, representatives of the Agri cultural Society and Borough Council met on Thutsday to discuss tho best means of covering the tunnel drain. The Mayor and the president of the society were amongst t hose present. Several chains of the drain had been opened up, and it was found that there was a great amount of siltation, and thai a considerable quantity ol water had been backed tip by a partial stoppage out side the park. Those present catcfully in spected the whole of the drain within the park, and considerable discussion ensued as to the best means of covering it perman ently. Suggestions were made for rein forced concrete, red gum, and un 18 inch pipe to where the pipe from Commercial road joins the drain. Kinallj the Mayor was requested to instruct the borough en gineer to call alternative lenders for the schemes mentioned above, and to call a special joint meeting of the Borough Coun cil and Agricultural Society to consider them.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Drainage Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 March 1914

The Drainage Trouble. Virions phases of the drainage trouble were discussed at Wednesday night's Ho rough Council meeting. l"lic Mayor said Senior-Constable Matthews had not yc( accepted the appointment of inspector of nuisances. Ho hid inspected the place under discussion, but preferred not to make his views known unlit appointed. There were certain formalities to tic gone through, and ihc council had not lost any lime, but some of the departmental heads were not the fastest in the world. Or. Siiiimonds said an his way to (lie nicctini! lie had met Senior Constable Matthews, who said he liad been in com munication Willi the Chief Commissioner, who wanted a list of the duties of inspector of nuisanccs. This had been forwarded, and a reply was cxpcciod any time. DUALS' ACIiOSS SHOW (1HOU.NM), 'flic Mayor said he had met the ^resident of the Agricultural Society, who asked (hat a committee of the council ho appointed to go into the matter of covering (tie main drain across the show gr...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Racing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 March 1914

Racing Notes. (By " FlcminRton.") Mr. Jo&eph Lottglin, tho nowly-pj. pdiutctl V.lt.U. stipendiary steward, is , young man, being only li\ yearn of ago. in choosing a man with youth (»n his side for tho position, the auU» >r itics did tho right thing. Soma people might prefer an oflioial older -iikI of riper experience, but to my view ago is rory often a bar in Mich a position. There win lx? no denying thnt in tho average man tho sight deteriorates as the years creep on, more, of course, m tome eases tJiim others. It is sai<l (hat in ono of tho Stato» a steward was in the last few years appointed who could not distinguish objects <10 vards away! Ono may ask, is it fair to plaeo almost unlimited power in tho bauds of a man who suffers from a defect that should have made his ap pointment impossible. To guard against dangers of this kind, it might not be a bad idea to compel candidates for stipendiary stew ardships to undergo an eyo test. It would only b...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Dyspeptics Need Not Diet. A SIMPLE MEANS OF PREVENTING FOOD FERMENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 March 1914

Dyspeptics Need Not Diet. A SIMPLE MHANS 01'" I'UIiVENl'lNO KOOIJ Kli FlM I'JIXTA 1!ON. Food fermentation its (he cause of all the discomfoit and (lain dyspeptics suffer. ' It (iuui not necessarily follow, however, that in order to obtain relief lliey must deny themselves the enjoyment, they derive from eating so-called indigestible luxuries. The most satisfactory method of overcoming t|;e difficulty would be to prevent the fcr nleutatioii irom occurring n( all. ^.nd t|iis can bo dono by a very simple means. | t must'1 first be explained that, most of tjits foods we eat contain a ceriaiii'qunntity'df acid forming elements and' indigestible foods, of donrse, contain a larger propor tion'. When these foods are lalien, the acid dullecls, irrjtalps the wajls of Ihp stomach, and causes the food to fcrniejit while if js digesting. This fiirnienfing fobd also gives off gas which distends tbe stomach, causing that full, uncomfortable feeling so often noticed after aafin£ The root of the tro...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 March 1914

WAKKNAMUOOL. O'lkfon Bros, report: Tuesday, March 3. pjg0,_4l5 penned, of which fully 100 were stores. Only a very small proportion of thoBo penned as bacou pigs were prime, and an buyers do nol require middling sorts, competition WAS on the whole slightly irregular and prices lower. Wo would strougly adviso clicnls to make their pigs prime boforo marketing. Stores sold at about late rates. Wo sold 141 for Messrs Allan M'Douald 03*,* 52a Bd, and 55*, J Vickors G5a, P. Carroll 40a fid, A. Fisher 59a 6d, Mrs. Fisher 763, M. Sherry 79a Cd, J. G. Brown 803, 15. Wickham 70s, T. Malady 79*, 55s, 74s Gd, and 60s, K. F. Andorson 77sand 59s 6d, 1). M'Douald 73a 6d, and 68s, Jer. Mahony 84?, 7le Gd and 77s (id, John Lutneden 793 Gd, M. O'Donohue 79% U» F. Shaddock 77a, and stores for Messrs. A. M'Douald 32a Gd and 27s Gd, H. F. Shaddock 47s, 43s, 40?, and 41s, D. M'Pougall 27s and 39?, J. Mahony 20s 3d, 32s, and 25B, Alox Ryan 37a and 29s, C. Baut 46*, J. Smith 33s and T. Ryan 28s'Gd. Quotati...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Stock Markets. KOROIE. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 March 1914

Stock Markets. KOKOI r. O'Urion Bros, report» ThurMlay, March 5. Fair yardinga ol all classes forward, and A full clearance, Pigs.-23 penned, which eolil readily for Messrs Phil Mills 33% David Sproul 32h 6(1, Alex. Ryan 1,7s, and Thomas Goodwin 32*. Sheep.-503 penned, for which compi-ti* ttoii was firm throughout, and priccR fully equal to lato rates. vVc Bold a'l for waul for Messrs Michael Mungavin,T. O'tflaheity W. M. Throliall, J. H. Toogood, G. U Duller, F. II. Hauleh, M. Hally, John M'Cormick, R. R. Fitzgerald,John Katthitig W. 0. Hauieh, and quote primo ewes Ifis .id to Itii Ud, merino wclhors II*, crossbred ewes in lainb lis 3d to 12s Oil, 2-tooth cross bred wethors 13s, aqud lincoln rams 7s to 21s, and aped ewos Us 9d Lo Ss fid. Cattle.-178 yurded. A few fat COWB made hilt values. Forward dairy COWB and heifers were eagerly sought nfier, and several buyers were unsupplied. Autumn springers wero also in strong request. Stores wero in good demand, especially young well bred ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Death of Mr. T. Reynolds. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 March 1914

Death of Mr. T. Reynolds. An intense feeling of sorrow was manifested in ICoroil on Tuesday morning when the sad news was circulated of the death of Mr. Thomas Reynolds at Nurse Sutherland's hospital, Warrnambool. On every side were heard sincere expressions of regret at the untimely death of a townsman whose actions during his resi dence here were stamped with the seal of worthy citizenship. His proverbial good nature and' manly character gained the esteem and respect of all classss in the community, and many deplore having lost a genial and kindly friend. As proprietor of the Victoria hotel Mr. Reynolds had conductcd that establish ment in a manner that could not fail to meet with the approval of the public. At all times he conceived it his duty to liberally support all local movements, charitable and otherwise, and applicants to him for assistance were never allowed to depart empty handed. The late Mr. Reynolds acquired the business mentioned about five years ago, coming from Eur...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Fire Brigade Entertainment. TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 March 1914

Fire Brigade Entertain ment. TO-NIGHT. To-night, in the mechanics' hall, the All Star Comedy Cd,;.will! produce the three-act farcical comedy, "A Regiment of Two." The entertainment is in aid of the demonstration fund of the Fire Bri gade, the members of which leave 011 Monday morning to take part in the great aRmjal competitions to be held in Bendigo next week, trior to the commencement Of the entertainment the Members of the brigade, headed by the local bands, will parade Ihe streets. All the latest songs from this season's pantomimes will 'be introduced into the comedy/ Bahdsmen ahd firemen are requested to meet at t}ie fire station at 7 o'clock this1 evening. Our fire-fighters have been fr'ajnjn#; y'ory earnestly" for a couple of months past, I and will be very disappointed if they dp not bring back some of the trophies. It ! is considered that the teams going this year are tjie best that have ever repre sented Koroft at .7 'demonslratjop. The following is a list of the events' ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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ARGENTINA. WONDERFUL STORY OF DEVELOPMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 March 1914

ARGENTINA. . WONDKRH't, STOHY OV DEVEL OPMENT. Mr. James Kidd. manager of tho Australian Mercantile, IjJ'IhI, and Fi nance Company, who returned to Svilnev. from a visit to the Argen tine Kcpublie. in an interview with (*?,<_' '"Svilney Morning Herald," spoke ?ti enUm^uis.tic terms of the resour ces ami possibilities of that country. The company, which is an English I'oncern, is extending its operations to the Argentine. It lias no thought it' breaking its connection with Aus tralia. but on the contrary Mr. Kidd hopes tliat the connection will in icnsc. Ho explained that the com pany luul had from time to time con siderable sums of money for which opportunities of suitable employment could not, be found, and it bccame no eossary to dud SOMC other field. Aftci making the fullest investigations ii had been decided to make a trial oI the Argentine. "[ was much impressed with Ihr sreat resources of Argentina," Mr Kidd said, "and with its marvellous growth during the last half...

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St. Paul's Church. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 March 1914

St. Paul's Church. Oil Sunday morning last the Ven. Arch deacon Tucker preached at St. Paul's Church before a large congregation. Afterwards the archdeacon administrated the sacrament, and addressed another large congregation in the evening. On Monday evening a welcome lo the 1 archdeacon was held in the Parish Hall, when the vicar (Rev. C. J. Martin) on be half of the congregation, heartily wel comed their guest, and explained to him the sound financial position of the church, and the harmonious manner in which vestry, incumbent, choir, and church otlicers worked together. This was followed by a very interesting address by the archdeacon. Refreshments were pro vided by members of the congregation, and songs, etc., helped to make a very pleasant evening. On Sunday evening the prices won by the scholars at St. Paul's Sunday school were distributed. The prize list is as follows: 1st class boys-E. Buckingham I, Alex. Spring 2, Harry Guinea 3, John Chaffey 4. 2nd class boys-Mac Spring I...

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Kirkstall Picnic Races. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 March 1914

Kirkstall Picnic Races. The above race meeting was held last Saturday in good weather, and the atten dance showed improvement. Receipts all round were better than usual, and a substantial profit will result. The hon. secretary, Mr. R. R. Fitzgerald, and the other officials, conducted the meeting in an exemplary manner. Resists-. Maiden Hack Race, five furlongs. Brassi I, Ncaptide 2, Belleville 3. Other starters-Mouati)i gnd Fjr?t Star. Betting -2 to I on Neaptide, 2 to I agst. Brassi. Won easily. Time-1.7. Novelty Pony Race, four furlongs. Golden Ray 1, Samson 2, Piccolo 3. Other starters-Moya, Phyllis, Lady Beware, Una, Fairydale, Dora, Searchlight, Beryl, Lady Arden. Betting-6 lo 4 on Lady Arden, 4 to I Golden Ray. Won by a a length. Kirkstall Picnic Cup, six furlongs. VodsUi I, Lady Hamlet 2, Scottish Club 3. Other starters-Golden Vale, Haymow, The Marquis. Betting-2 to I on Vodski, 4 to I others. Won easily. Time-1.21. Trot and gallop, six furlongs.-Princess I, Belleville 2, Flo...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 March 1914

WALL PAPERS. ? WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS. The Latest Designs now open for inspection. CALL AND SEE TUKM sM; WRITE FOR PATTERNS. P. P. HARPER, ? House r rsd Sign Painter.. EXTRAORDINARY. JUST AKKiVS3. Large Assortment of ART FRAMES, In various designs and sizes, prices ranging ? r - from is 3d to 4s 6d. Coppeiv arid -Earthenware JARDINIERS, At all prices. > Call and inspect the NEW FOLDING COT BED, Folds up.-.to, 3ft. x.'Sin;x 4in..you can carry.it under yonr arm. LINOLEUMS... LINOLEUMS: ic your rooms look natty for Xnias. by laying one of Linoleums on your floors. ,-RUpS., . MATS and CARPETS in Large., Variety. JFUMWISffilK© WAKEI&0U8E, FUNERALS CONDUCTED. IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE. \ . ' ? , - ! 'I'HOXli No. 16; TO PERSONS ABOUT TO BUILD. BEFORE CALLING ELSEWHERE CALL UPON OR WRITE TO S1MMONDS .&' RAINr TIM8E2 MERCHANTS M) C0NT&-A CTOSS, ' KOKOIT, And g-ot their Prices for all Hinds of Palings, Posts,.and Pvails, and all kinds of ' Zluildingr Material. Builder'...

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The Smart Set. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 March 1914

The Smart Set. A clever band of entertainers known as the Smart Set will give their initial per formance to a Koroit audience on Thurs day evening next, at the mechanics' hall, when playgoers will have an opportunity of witnessing some really high class and refined amusement of a unique character. This clever combination set out to weld into harmonious continuity a programme in which a variety of diversified numbers are given and accomplish their purpose in providing ah entertainment in which there U; c no dijU moments nor unfulfilled pauses. The members of the' Snjart Set pcrfqrin much individually, but harmonious skeiches and concerted numbers form no small part iu the evening's amusement. Mr. Walter George is the figure around which the other members of the company move, and his sunny personality and easy stage manner make his work at all times com manding and interesting. His numbers are all of the breezy, catchy, and atlractive character, and he is gifted with a faculty to make...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Koroit Borough Council. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 March 1914

Koroit Borough Council. WEDNESDAY, MARCH Present-Crs. M. Bouvkc (maynr), V. Bourke, Simmonds, Skitbcck, P.itcrson, Stevenson, Downey, and Duffus. COllRESl'ONDIiSCK. From Public Works Department, stal inc that £50 hart been allotted to lliis council towards the maintenance of main roads, council to spend £50 additional. From the Department of Lands and Survey (through Mr. J. F. Dulfus, M.I.A.), stating that £15 had been set apart from the vote for parks and gardens for the purpose of leucine or improving the re creation reserve, Koroit, on condition that a sum of £/ 10s lie locally contri buted for the like purpose. J lie total amount must be expended before 30th ^From'public Health Department, ack nowledging reccipt of Mrs. HaHii:an'» application for registration of private hospital, plan and officer of health s report thereon* .. . , From secretary Koroit Racing Club, requesting that Tuesday, March 17, be proclaimed a public holiday in the Borough of Koroit, the occasion beinfi the...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 March 1914

You Should JJetormined in rojeotir^g yho worthies? and frequently injurious counterfeits which are sometimes pushed for tho sake of greater gain ne " iust as «ood" as tho GENUINE SANDER AND SONS' PUKE VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Bo not deceived I SAN DER'S EXTRACT is recognised by tho highest medical authorities as possessing unique ftiimiliitiug, healing, uud uiilisoptio powers, Tho preparation of SANDER'tf EXTRAUT from thu puro buleyted louvea, uud Iho rotiuemcut by apecial profiled giva it liiira^iYP ^c^uliarly its owu. Thorefuro, be not misled. Deumud and insist upou tho GENUINE SANDER EX TRACT, and you will derivo tho bencti.t that thousands Uuvo derived from it before. When ill you tliould not depess yoursolf more hy tho common, bulky aud nauseating eucalytus oils, and so called M Extracta*' Wlmtyou wont is quality and reliability in small doses, and this ynu can only ftad in SANDER'S EXTRACT. THE PROOF OF THE BREAD IS IN THE Sating and Digestion Thereof. PROVE THIS TO YOUR OW...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Local Produce Market. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 March 1914

Local Produce Market. Potatoes.-owing to lighter de liveries a rise of His per Ion Has takcvi pltjcc during the week, the quotation at present being 50s per ton. During the past three weeks the worm pest has developed to an alarming extent, and on many farms only ^.bo^t half the crop will be harvested, which means a big loss to l!:fc district. It is no* known that the troubic is just is bad in other districts, aud M looks as if the pro phesy of many furmers, that potatoes will be a big price later on, is going to be ful filled.' Besides the loss a good deal of trouble is being experienced, and many farmers rather U;an go to the trouble of picking over, and then perhaps have them condemned, arc pilling. Onions.-A steady business is being done in onions, prime bulbs being quoted at £6 10s per top. Hay is jjo\V worth 3Gs per ton, a fc.iy loads coming a/oj/g at {hat figure'.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE CRADLES FULL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 March 1914

,THK CRADLES FU^L. " Bonus, or no bonus," says the Hun. J. Cook,"the country needs to have its cradles full." A. book dealing with this subject in a most informative way will be appreciated by childless married couples. It will be sent free if 2d. is remitted for postage. Address Dept. 50, Ladies' College of Health, 46 Elizabeth St/, Mel bourne,

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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General Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 March 1914

General Summary. Tho liiud'o racer 'Iho Vet changcd Iki2i<is on Wednesday, Mr. £. A. Kaw don becoming his owner. Tho now Australian submarines, whicfo arc coming out to Australia via Java, will arrive at Batavia on 21sf April. Settlers on Kilmany 1'nrk, who arc under obligation to grow sugar beot. declaro that unless relieved of tho ob ligation they must leave their holdings. All tho branches ,of the Waterside Workers' federation have now accept ed the proposal made for the resump tion of "overtime" work. The revenue collected at the Custom House on March 1 amounted to: - JlereiiHe, £13.019/8(2 ., State, £olfl.)f(>; contingent. £31/13/0; pilotage, £lo7 O/o; wharfage, .CG37/0/2, increased wharfage accommodation at Yarravillo is provided for in tho scheme of port improvements now be ing prepared by tho Melbourne Harbor Trust. Since slio left Fremantlo for Port Pirio on January 28 the dredge Posi donia has not been heard of, Mid the fear is growing that she has foundered ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Koroit Races. THE NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 March 1914

Koroit Races. THE NOMINATIONS. The following arc the nominations for the Koroit races, to be held on the 17th March. Weights wilt appear on Monday next: TRIAL HANDICAP. H. Connelly's Vachcron J. Bourke's Vodski A. M'Lcan's Coilana R. Merrison's Corei Officer's and Lindsay's Ornate F. Brennan's Glenkirk D. Jackmnn's Nat Kirk P. Carroll's Yours and Mine R. Moloney's Lola Kirk W. O'Brien's Banaroo J. Mahony's Bright Kirk H. Parkinson's Rotunda HURDLE RACE. H. Parkinson's Massey G. J. Officer's Fulcrum G. J. Officer's Ricochet J Dickson's Ludwig T. Walsh's Lord Fyans W. J. Wright's Haymow W. Stevenson's Kabibinokka R. R. Fitzgerald's Black Flag F. Hcazlewood's Battleship 13.3 PONY RACE. J. Parkinson's Phyllis H. Parkinson's If S. G. Mallctt's Lepus S. G. JIallett's Tumble Over A. Alderdice's Queen Despised J. J. Fitzgerald's Una W. J. Scroggie's Sweet Alice A. Kelly's Samson C. Reilly's Alicc Gray W. Timm's Machine Gun STEEPLECHASE. W. RoRers' McCormick H. Andrews' ICirkstall H. Parkins...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 March 1914

Korolt Weekly Sale. THURSDAY, MARCH l'i. 01 13 K1EN BROS. wil Sell by Vnblic 13 Auction on above dale, when they will offer CATTLE. fi Prime Cows, from Korong-ih 8 Choice IXiirv Cow«, from W. M. Thrcl fnll .v) Autumn Springing Cowa and Heifers lo Store Cowa SHEEP: "0 Prime Crossbred Wet hers HlK) Merino Wethers, in forward condition -10 Crossbred Kwe% 4 and 5 yeari*, in lamb lo Lincoln Rums PIGS. HORSES. SUNDRIES. Special Buyer for strong, well-growo STOKES in attendance Warrnambool Corporation Yards. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 11. 01 I > RIEN BROS will Sell by I'ublio JD Auction, at the Corporation Yards, on the above date the following CATTLE: 5 Prime Cowa, from Yangcry ti Forward Dairy Cowa 13 Autumn Heifers, in good condition SHEEP. 40 Prime Crossbred Ewes .JO Prime Crossbred Limbs HOKSKS SUNDRIES. TUESDAY. MARCH 10. ? FAT & STORE PIGS. KOROIT SALE TARDS.. THURSDAY, MARCH 12. Vanscry Farm to X>ease by Auction. O* O RIEN BKOS. have been instructed 13 by Mr. J. T. HYDE, to Lea...

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