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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 March 1914
ONE WAY-^ IOWAB.BS MCAKING A HAPPY HOME IS TO BUY YOUR FUUNITUii;; AT ,IPS'. That this is the right thing to do is the settled conviction in the minds of. many; and amongst the numerous class who are forsajdng the doubtful pleasures of single life, and elect to'try ''double harness," this idea, as expressed above, is a fixed one. " . .. Tlie Comfort and Durability of PHILLIPS' PUB-BriTtTKE is Undeniable. DON'T VASTS 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 AND PRACTICE ECONOMY BIT SWING fsoic E. B. PHILLIPS, LIEBIG ST2GET WiVRRNAMBOOL NOW THAT. . . . ^Christmas and the Holidays are approaching, ffw8 tilfssst By Getting on Early for a Suit from the . 02E" PASHSOBJ. All the Very Latest and Most Up-to-Date Suitings to Choose from. Also the Latest in Shirts and Ties. JOHN CLEARY! TAILOR, , COMMERCIAL ROAD, -KOROIT. OPEN FIR...
Melbourne Pig Market. March 4 and 5. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 March 1914
Melbourne Pig Market, j March 4 and o. Arifttnaon, Htrottje anil Co., 3U5 lioucke St., Melbourne, report j 2 650 yarded. .Stores.-Onlya moderate number of good store pigs y/^rc penned, and for best de scriptions the dcrcta^d 03; keen, and prices quite equal Co last week. Best ba'oon scores 33s to 42s, seconds Jroin 25s, sJij>s,from .y$sf suckcrs (rom Ms to l$s. Porkers.-For best quality pigs ibe mar ket was vcry.Onn, but prices for secondary sorts were unchanged* Prime heavy 40* to 43st prime iigJil 32s to ^'/s. Bacon Pi^s.-A large supply oame for ward, consisting chiefly of good quality prime pigs, which sold well considering the large market. Litfbt and intermediate sorts were decidedly easier throughout, and to wards the finish of the market bacor.ers became easier. Prime heavy Yos to 84s, a lew pens of extra weight and quality to HHs, prime medium 6Us to 70s, prime light from 54s, inferior and halt fat sorts from 45a, Bickfattera.-Although there were not many of (his class to...
THE Koroit Sentinel AND Tower Hill Advocate. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING MARCH 7. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 7 March 1914
TJTK jporoit Jmitind AND (LOU'CV jfiiU |MlWUtC. PUBLISHED EVERT S&TQ&DAT SATURDAY MORNING MARCH 7. Current. Topics. Owing to unforeseen circumstances the meeting of the A.W.N. League advertised for to-day in connection with the recent ambulance fete, has been abandoned. The meeting will be held on the 19th inst. The eight hours committee announces elsewhere in this issue its 58th annual art union, in which 100 prizes, of a total value of £1,000 will be distributed. The first prize is valued at £500, the sccond £100, and the third £50. The support accorded the undertaking last year was so generous that the committee were enabled to donate a very substantial sum to the hospitals and public charitics, to which the proceeds are devoted. It will be the fifty-eighth cele bration of the establishment of the system which enjoins "Eight hours' labor, eight hours' recreation, and eight hours' rest." The committee has already made complete arrangements in connection with the fe...
Stock Markets. KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 14 March 1914
Stock Markets. Konoir. 'I'Hrlon Bros. report: Thursday, March 12. Fair yardiugs of ull classes forward, and a full elcaranco. Piga.-Only throo einnll pens forward, which eold readily at auction for Messrs. William Kolly22s, Duniel Brown 28a, James Canoy 17a (Id. .Sheep-891 penned Competition was brink throughout, and wo sold all except one lot 'it auction for Mcsnrs. J. \V. Crawley cro^nbrod lambs 9a lid, W. M. Throlfall crossbred ewea in fair condition9a (id to lie, J. Pyo prime lamba 13s Gd. p-imo crosabrod owes 15* 2d, comoback owes 13h 3d, R. Pyc cinhfibu'd wethers in good condition 14* Ud, Michael Lenehun oroBfibrcd owes 12a lid, lambs 12h, J. Meagher croeabred weanora 10* Od and 10s Id, Tltoinns Oliver primo lamba 13s 3d, Walter Riddell merino wethers 10-s and Jainoa O'iShea crossbrcd ewes 4 yearn old 12a. Caltlo.-107 yardod. Only a few fat cows forward .vhich made full valuea. Dairy cows aold readily, as alj»o did all olasBus of storo cattle. We Bold all yarded for Messrs. Mi...
Racing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 14 March 1914
Racing Notes. (By "Flcmington.") It is to be regrotted tliat tho rcccn V.R.O. Autumn moating was not fr« from tlioso objootionablo teatures which servo to sicken tlio truo sportsman. L" one rncb in particular at least two dar ing "shunts" wero perpetrated withou. any action being taken by tlio stewards. Ono of these "pulls'* was 60 glaring that it is most astonishing that it was missed by tlio Authorities. Probably this horso will conic out somowhoro di rectly and win, heavily backed. Then jieoplo will bo heard asking, " What was ho doing at l''lomington? Jt was a great chance for tlio "stipendiaries" to'striko a telling blow, but thoy miss ed it. Mos-e's tho pity, for wlulo these things aro allowed to go unchal lenged, tlio "tricksters" will tako heart and keep oil doing it. Whether Woorak is destined to deve lop into Derby matorial is quito another matter. It is not always tlio uost two vear-old who furnishes into tlio lad ing three-year-old. Tiut timo will set tlo this question. ...
How I Saved My Hair. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 14 March 1914
How I Saved My Hair. " My hair was thin, short, dry, and brittle. Every time I combed or brushed it large quantities came out, and I had begun to fear that soon I should be entirely bald. A specialist whom I consulted said mine was a particularly bad oase of dandiuff-so bad that he knew of only one thing which he could hope would overcome the trouble and restore my scant tresses to their former luxuriance and beauty. He told mo to get my chemist, lo prepare a lotion composed of three ounces of bay rum, one ounce lavona de coinposee and quarter dram menthol prystals.and to rub this into tho scalp t.vicc a day with the finger tips. I was sceptical, but did as I was told. To my delighted astonishment I soon noticed that my hair had stopped falling out, and in a few weeks my head was covered with a new growth of downy hair. I continued the use of the lotion until 1 possessed a head of hair, all my own, that is the wonder of all my friends. My specialist says lie has known of many cases ...
Onion Growing. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 14 March 1914
Onion Growing. There is a romance, or at nny rate an interesting history, about every branch of farming, if yon look at il in the proper light, ant! even in growing such an unromantio root as the onion. lror years Bcllarine and Portarlington were looked upon as the natural home ot the onion, and any effort to grow this crop outside these areas was regarded as doomed to failure, as, even if lliey grew, they were said to have no keep ing qualities, especially i( grown away (rom tliu sea coast. Time has disproved these theories, and now Colac is the largest onion producing district in Australia, being largely helped to that position by the ravages caused by " cclwonn" in llie older districts. The pioneer in this industry was Mr. T. Baker, of Coragulac House, Cilac, who seized the opportunity, when Cororonke Kfctate was subdivided and sold in ISS5, to secure sonic of the rich black soil, which he had long believed would grow onions to perfection. The best blocks wore offered with the ho...
General Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 14 March 1914
General Summary. After 18 montli* work, tlio Grqcors W'icos Honr&lt;l lms arrived nl ft decision, vliicli will 001110 into operation on ««. attempting to arrest, n shop lin-ikci" i» Alelbonrno 011 Wecliicsdn} iiil. Constable T. W. M'Cli.sltywas uluit 'it and wounded in tho shoulder. Full and early consideration of means r... j]"% development .of Eastern v«\ppH i.m/1 h;tM been promised by tho Minis tforT'nWiJ Works (Mr. H«KeHl.or») Tlio Minister for Hallways, .Mr. Jlac kinnoii. is. considering the question of sin'Mling lip country trains, wlnoli l\o Tnsiders are fur too slow. The reveniie collected at tlio Custom U.iuso Oil March 11 amounted to: 1!,.venae, £18,3-10/0/8; State, £20f. iVfi; cmitiiwonl, £S/17;!I; pilotage, -CI IS/O/C; wllnrfaBO, £!Ml>/.!/2. For the first two months of tlio cur rent year the fiold production of Aus u"l:Ja amounts to .103,074 or.., or about 2000 oz. less than tho corres ixotuiimr figure Inst year. \n area of 2-124 acres of the Bah Estnto at Hak...
WILL JAPAN CAPTURE CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 14 March 1914
j WILL JAPAN CAPTURE CHI-.'At An American writer, with ?1 l,t to respect as an authority on Ei-M^rn affairs holds that in the long run J.\:-n. will absorb Chi .m, and Uur-> will emcigr. a croat Yellow Empire, w)':i U w;:l I feet the whole balance of civii'^d po.v ct\ He wys: China, with her wealth, natural re eourccs, and millions of hard-working, industrious individuals, its too great a prise to bo Ki.vt lor lac k of a u aster. The master will arrive, and China's m.ii lions wirl bo hammered into shape. Japan is a portivtly organised ma . chine for war. She >s young, virile, I militant, Dor people are few, ni.d h'T natural resources and a cms fewer. She ; noe&lt;l3 people, land, and weaUh-and what ftho needs and must have lies at Ixvr feet, practically helpless. It is merely a question of time when sne toll taku possei-siou. Every littlo do tail has Irvmi attended to-nothing has been forgotten. Ti.erc will Im? no hur ry, and probably lun little thook. Kor ea was to be ...
Netting in the Cutting. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 14 March 1914
Netting in the Cutting. Some residents of Warrnambool, in terested in the fishing at the Hopkins river, are desirous of being allowed to use drag nets in the Merri swamp, commonly known as the cutting. As a matter of fact they have been illegally netting there for some time. The local police, at the request of Koroit and Tower Hill people, endeavored to stop the practice, seizing a net nearly a chain in length, and taking .the names of offenders, as was previously reported in these columns. This hap pened about a month ago but' for some reason a prosecution was not sanctioned by the authorities, and the matter has apparently been allowed to drop. It is now reported that representations have been made to the Chief Secretary to have the netting restrictions removed. About twenty years ago the place was proclaimed with the object of preventing potting. Mr. Murray, the Chief Secretary, would no doubt like to oblige a section of his constituents, but if the facts ol the case are fairly p...
Koroit Races. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 14 March 1914
Koroit Races. The following arc the weights for the Koroit races, to be held on the 17th March. TRIAL HANDICAP. J. Bourke's Vo&lt;lski D. Jackman's Nat Kirk F. Brcnnan's Glenkirk J. Mahony's Bright Kirk R. Moloney's Lola Kirk A. M'Lean's Curlano R. V. McGuinness' Rotunda Officer's and Lindsay's Ornate R. Morrison's Corei H. Connelly's Vacheron W. O'Brien's Banaroo P. Carroll's Yours and Mine HURDLE RACE. J. Haberfield's Battleship G. J. Officer's Fulcrum W. Stevenson's Kabibinokka G. J. Officer's Ricochet R. R. Fitzgerald's Black Flag M. Murrihy's Masscy T. Walsh's Lord Fyans J Dickson's Ludwig W. J. Wright's Haymow 13.3 PONY RACE. W. J. Scroggie's Sweet Alice L. Parkinson's If S. G. Mallctt's Lepus J. J. Fitzgerald's Una S. G. Mallctt's Tumble Over W. Tirom's Machine Gun A. Alderdicc's Queen Despised A. Kelly's Samson J. Parkinson's Phyllis C. Rcilly's Alice Gray STEEPLECHASE. P. and J. Gleeson's Moync II. Parkinson's Monorail . H. Whitehead's Cuach H. Andrews' Kirkstall J....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 14 March 1914
WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS. The Latest Designs now open for inspection. CALL AND SEE THEM OR WRITE FOR PATTERNS. P. F. HARPER, -House and Sign Painter [KsTAm,isin:i> 15 YEAKS.] . EXTRAORDINARY. JUST ARRIVED. Large 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 Sin.x 4m.; you can carry it under your arm. LINOLEUMS. LINOLEUMS. Make your rooms look natty for Xmas. by laying one of our Linoleums on }rour floors. RUGS, MATS and CARPETS in Large Variety. T. RUNDELL & SON, FURKffSHIK© WAKEIHOUSE, FUNERALS CONDUCTED IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE. .I'HONE No. 16. TO PERSONS ABOUT TO BUILD. BEFORE CALLING ELSEWHERE CALL UPON OR WRITE TO S1MMONDS & HAIN, TIMSBfi MERCHANTS AND CONTRACTORS, KOKOIT, And grot tliolr Frloos for all SClndB of Buildinc Material. Palings, Posts, and Kails, and all kinds of Builder's Ironmongery...
New Woolsthorpe Hall. OPENING CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 14 March 1914
New Woolsthorpe Hall. OPENING CEREMONY. The opening of the new Mechanics' Hall at Woolsthorpc took place on Wed nesday evening last, the building being taxe.l to its utmost capacity. The main hall is 47ft. Oin.by 25ft, and the stage I2ft. 6in. by 25ft. There is also an ante room and library. The building has been com pleted by Messrs. Simmonds and Main, Koroit, under the snpervision of Mr. J. W. Crawley, architect, Warrnambool. A splendid acetylene plant has been installed by Mr. A. Black, Koroit. The opening ceremony was performed by Mr. W. Lindsay, of "Union," who said the building was a credit to the residents of Woolsthorpc, He considered it com pared favorably with any in the district, and it was certainly a sign of progress. He did not wish to detain the company, as he knew all were anxious to try the floor and, amidst applause, he declared the new hall open. Music for the ball which followed was in the capable hands of Messrs Morgan and Davis, and was all that could be desire...
Melbourne Pig Mapket. March 11 and 13. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 14 March 1914
Melbourne Pig Mapket. March 11 ami 13 i 2,600 yarded, : Stores.-A large number of this class " came to hand, and the demand was much I weaker, and prices lower. Best bacon . stores 32s to 40s, seconds from 22s, slips 5 from 18s, suckers 14s to I6s. Porkers.-These were fully represented, 1 and as buyers were very indiffefent, sales t were very dragging at louver prices. ' Prime heavy 39s to 45s, pripie light 30s I tojGu. Bacon pigs.-There were not quite so many penned as last week, and the quality - throughout was not as good. Good prime f pigs mot a ready sale at advanced prices, 1 but intermediate weights and half-fat . sorts were no better. I'rime heavy 78s to , 85s, a few picked pens to 893, prime : medium 08s to 74s, prime light from 57s 1 to 63s, inferior from 45s. I Backfattcrs.-For best prime heavy . sows the market had an upward tendency, 1 but for secondary sorts competition was i slack. Extra prime heavy £6 to £7 5s, prime weighty £4 to £;, rou^h from 45s.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 14 March 1914
Dyspeptics Need Not Diet. A SIMPLE MEANS 01' PREVENTING FOOD FERMENTATION. Food fcrmcn(;ition is the cause of nil the cliseomfoit and pain dyspeptics suffer. Jt does not necessarily follow, however, that in order to obtain relief they must deny themselves the enjoyment they derive from eating so-called indigestible luxuries. The most satisfactory method of overcoming the difficulty would be to prevent the fer mentation Irotn occurring nt all, and this can bo done by a very simple means. It must first he explained that most of the foods we eat contain a certain quantity of acid forming elements and indigestible foods, of course, contain a larger propor tion. When these foods are taken, the acid collects, irritates the walls of the stomach, and causes the food to ferment while it is digest ing. This fermenting food also gives oft gas which distends the stomach, causing that full, uncomfortable feeling so often noiiccd after eating. The root of the trouble is the acid fermentation. To ...
Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 14 March 1914
Personal. The Port Fairy hospital committee has confirmed the appointment of Mr. J. A. Nayler as a life member. Mr. A. S. Rodgers, was ten dered a complimentary social at Purnim last night. Dr. VV. F. Sweetnam, of Mortlake, died in Melbourne on Tuesday. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Barr died on Monday last, aged thirteen weeks. Miss B. Howie, who had a severe attack of appendicitis last week, is now on the road to recovery. Dr. Carty Salmon is to be the new Grand Master of the Masonic Order in Australia. Miss Theresa Fulton, of Kirkstall, has been appointed probationer nurse at the Port Fairy hospital. There were five applications, and in the final ballot Miss Fulton received five votes to Miss Robert son's four votes. Mr. R. S. Wigley has been appointed Methodist home missionary at Koroit. Mr, W. C. Jones has resumed his studies at Queen's College.
Local Produce Market. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 14 March 1914
Local Produce Market. Potatoes,-Deliveries have been on a light scale this week, and the price, alter remaining at 50s for some days, has now increased to 05s per ton. As it is expected that West Australia wilt require to draw supplies of potatoes from this State at an early date, an arrangement to inspect any farms required will be made by the local inspector. Onions.-The onion market is easier, practically no business doing. The nomi nal quotation is £6 per ton. The 14 North West Post" (Tas.) of Satur day last, says During the past few weeks the tfrub has been detected amongst pota toes inspected at Devonport, and last week some 880 bags were rejected on account of being infected. It was thought that the grub had not been so prevalent this week, but no less than 1,100 bags were refused a clean certificate, and will have to be picked over, and re graded. In a couple of in stances rot was found, but it was not of a serious nature. -It is stated that many bags of the lines rejected w...
THE CRADLES FULL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 14 March 1914
THE CRADLES FULL. " Bonus, or no bonus," sayc the Hon. J. Cook, "the'country needs to have its I 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, In the opinion of the pianist of the Smart Set Entertainers, the Korolt Me chanics'possesses the worst piano" in the southern hemisphere! The manager was pleased with the electric liRht, although lie had been told ill Warrnamboo! that " They had electric light at ICoroit right enough, but it was about one candle power I"
Fire Brigades' Demonstration. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 14 March 1914
Fire Brigades' Demon stration. The annual demonstration of the Country Fire Brigades' Board commenced at Ben digo on Tuesday evening, when the torch light procession, which is a preliminary to the .contests, took place. The procession was the biggest ever held owing to (he increased number of firemen now regis tered under the board. At eight o'clock 1500 firemen wore on a march of the city, each bearing a lighted torch. The Bendigo brigade, under Captain J. E. Andrew, headed the procession, followed by the leading brigades. Koroit, under Captain F. Naylcr, occupied a prominent position. The Koroit firemen were successful in figuring as winners of some of the rich prizes, winning the first two runs in B grade, hose practice for six men. In the final against time the result was-Kerang, 3Ssees. 1 ; Koroit, 38 4-5lh sees., *2 ; Trar algon, 4fcecs., 3.