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Catholic Federation. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 March 1914

Catholic Federation. The second annual roporb of tho Victorian branch of tha Australian Catholic Federation has been issued by the State Council. It shows that 36(i brancoes of the federation havo been forijjcd >a Victoria, with about 5000 workers as i^ejjafiorp of tbe Branch Councils. Over ^0,0Q0 mewoero yerp enrolled during last year. ; Pr0ij;ifi0EC0 ja given in the roporb to the education question, if) connection with which public meetings have bean i hold in all the important centres throughout Victoria. 100,000 copies cf a leaflet dealing with the question have beoc distributed. The Stato Council expresses a determination to persist in bringing yndor the notice of fair-minded nob-Catholics tjie in justice of the present system as it atfects Catholic citizens. Tho federa tion is also actively opposing the pro posal to introduce sectarian teaching into tbe public schools of Victoria. Id contends that a question involving the conscientious rights of any citizen is not a suitabl...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Original Correspondence. MR. CHURCHILL SPEAKS TO THE EMPIRE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 March 1914

Original Correspondence. MR. CHURCHILL SPEAKS TO THE EMPIRE. To THE EDITOR. SIR,-Mr. Churchill, Minister for Ihe Navy, in a speech to the Empire, among other matters eulogised the sentiments of the Commonwealth and New Zealand that the navies of the Dominions in tho time of Britain's peril should be under British control, in other words be called to the scene of action in the time of war. It is well understood in the various Dominions that the safoly of Imperialism lies in the fact that Great Britain should maintain the supremacy of the seas. Mr. Churchill ad vances the idea that so long as the alliance with Japan lasts, the Commonwealth and New Zealand have nothing to fear from Japan. Under those circumstances the British Navy Lord thinks that the navies of the Dominions could best help Britain un der especial exigencies in the home waters. These ideas indicate the probability that the Commonwealth and the New Zealand navies may be called some day to a duty in British waters. This ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Netting in the Cutting. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 March 1914

Netting in the Cutting. Last Saturday at the Warrnambool Policc Court ten men were fined £2 each for having underweight fish in their pos session. In view of the prosecutions, a good many local residents are asking why the policc are not taking action against those persons recently caught netting in the cutting, as netting in prohibited waters is generally considered the more serious oficnce of the two. In fairness to the police here it may be mentioned that prosecutions for these ofTences arc not made by the policc department, but by the department of fisheries and game, and that applications were made to prosecute, but for some unaccountable reason sanction was not given. In view of what has happened, we have been asked whether netting may be in dulged in at the cutting. We certainly would not care to advise anyone to put a net in the water there. It must be clearly understood that the cutting is a prohibited area, and in spite of what has taken place, any persons netting there do...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Fatal Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 March 1914

Fatal Accident. A very sael fatality occurred at Koroit on Wednesday morning, wlicn Sydney Henry Richmond, who has occupied the farm adjoining Mr. John Mahony's since August last, accidentally shot himself whilst getting over a barbed wire fence. It is believed that as he was getting over his trousers came in contact with the barbs, and in endeavoring to release them the gun went off, the charge blowing off the side of his face and head. Deceased was of a quiet and unassuming nature, and was steady and industrious. He was 48 years of age, and leaves a widow and family of six sons and daughters, whose ages range from about twelve to twenty two, for whom great sympathy is felt. He had made arrangements to lease a farm at Penshurst from Mr. R. Black wood, and had made the neccssary pre parations to start there on 1st April. THE INQUEST. Mr. F. Norman, J.P., deputy coroner, held an inquiry 011 Wednesday, when the following evidence was given Hannah Annie Richmond said she had seen the b...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 March 1914

Koroit Weekly Sale. iTHURSDAY, APRIL 2. ORIKN BROS, wil Soil by l'ubllo V-r JL-J Auction on abovo date, when thoy will offer CATTLE. 5 prime Cows fro.n Korongah 10 ohoico (luiry Cows from W. M. Xlirelfall 4 do do from P. Maddon 15 backward springing Cows and Heifers -0 Btoro Cows SKKEP: 30 Priino Comeback Wethers 50 Crossbred Weuticrs, in pood urdor j 120 Crossbred and Comeback Wothora PIGS. HORSES. SUNDRIES. (On account of Mr. James Johnston) A Quantity of Household Furniture and Sundries Special Buyer for strong, woll-grown STORES in utteudance Warrnambool Corporation Vards. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1. 05 DRIEN BROS will Soil by Public jLJ Auction, at the Corporation Yards, ou the above date tho following CATTLE: 12 prime Cows from Morpor 5 do do from Yuugery 10 forward springing Uoifcra 8 good storo Cows SHEEP. 100 primo Comeback Ewes aud Wothers 30 prime Crossbred Ewes HORSES SUNDRIES. [TUESDAY, MARCH 31. . Shares iu Warrnambool Choose aud Butter Factory T& STORE PIGS. THURSDAY,...

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 March 1914

ONE WAY^ TOWARDS IVIAKING A HAPPY HOWIE IS TO BUY YOUR 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 elect to try "double harness," this idea, as expressed above, is a fixed one. The Comfort and Durability of X'HXXiUlX'S' jPTJK.Bl'lIlXRE is Undeniable. DON'T WASIB MOBEV. "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 BY BUYING raora E. B. PHILLIPS, LIESIG STREET WASRMMfiOOL NEWEST NEWS OF THE NEWEST SUITS. Here vc arc, with absolutely the finest thing ever offered in the way of Smart Winter Suitings, so if you're wanting as good a suit as can be, keep your eyes oil us! HOW ABOUT A NEW SUIT FOR EASTER ? You'll iind it to your advantage to have your ucw Winter Suit...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE Koroit Sentinel AND Tower Hill Advocate PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING MARCH 28. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 March 1914

THE §|omt dentine! AND $om' ^ViU ^drocatf. PUBLI8HED liVERT SAIUBDAV SATURDAY MORNING MARCH 28. Current Topics. A special meeting of the Koroit Bo rough Council was held on Thursday to consider the proposal of the engineer, Mr. G. M. Scott, in regard to covering the dram over the show ground. The Mayor considered that the council should pay half the cost of the work in view of the increased accommodation given Victoria Park through the drain being covered, and the public having use of the Agricultural Society's portion. Cr. Stevenson con curred, and said if the Agricultural So ciety refused to cover the drain the coun cil would no doubt do it themselves.-Cr. Simmonds disagreed with the remarks of the previous speakers. No doubt the drain being covered gave more accommo dation, but he did not think the council was justified in going to the expense of half the cost at this juncture, because they would no doubt also have to cover the remaining portion, which would entail a large expend...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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General Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 March 1914

General Summary. Mr J T. Lcmpriero, wlulo plnyinK ""io it ciooloi.g, wn». thrown from i'» nony »'«' received miurios from which L Kiitanucntly . Mr Justice Higigns Has boon Rinnt j2 months' lcavo of nbsencu, nnd «ill Wvo Sydney on Mny 1 on n visit '"'rhTwoil-Uiiown v no lit Petrol, which lms for sonio tinio limited as Sydney * cr.iclt thirty-footer, lius been <-ol<l Dy Sir Charles Trebeck to Hobnrt buyers. vividcnce Riven by several master linkers in the Arbitnition Court was to ho effect that tho <lny breaking ol in.iul was utterly impracticable, and would lead to dislocation of trade. The Colonial Mutual 1/tfo Assurance Society I.imited has purchased the property known as tile tin ion <l«l> M"; >«1. on tho corner of 01n>'.» nail M»rkcL «i reels, Melbourne. 'fhre months ago fl .voting man nam ed Albert Kerr, 01 Wonthnnni, d.v.i int" about 18 inches of water, and Frac tured iiis neck. Ho lmgorcd until Wednesday last. George Willia...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Racing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 March 1914

Racing Notes. (By " FleminRton.") Great horso though lio undoub'tiF-flTy is, ono doubts tho enterprise of tlio owner of Bullawarra in Bonding tlu» gelding across tlio seas to oppose tlio cross-country cracks of tho old land. Tho trouble is, to my mind, that Bui. lawnrru was "mado ill Australia," that is, his jumping education 1ms buon imparted to him on linos suitablo to tins country. To n certain extent, ho will liavo to unlearn something of what Ik, has been taught in this country to su t the nltercd conditions, Daimio, iv''o represented tho host class among tho 'chasers of his day, failed in Eng. land because, so to say. it was impos sible to learn tho old dog now tricks, llo persisted in wanting to jump over all his fences, whilo liis English op ponents had been educated to jump through tho hedges that, woro mot with, llullawarra, for a whilo at least, is likely to err in tho samo direction. Perhaps, being an intelligent horso, ho will adapt himself to tho different cir cumstanc...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Koroit Roman Catholic Church. TENDER AT £6000 ACCEPTED TO COMPLETE THE BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 March 1914

Koroit Roman Catholic Church. TENDER AT £6000 ACCEPTED TO COMPLETE THE BUILDING. The Most Rev. Dr. Higgins, Bishop of Ballarat, presided at a .wcll-atlended meet ing of the parishioners of the above after the II o'clock Mass, at which the bishop presided, on Sunday last. The tenders for the complelion of the church were opened by the architect, Mr. A. A. Fritsch, F.R.I.A., of Melbourne. Eight contractors tendered for the work, o.nd it was ulti mately decided to accept the tender of Messrs. Lodge and Sons, of Hamilton. The completion of the work, which will include the erection of a lower, will cost about £6,oqo. The architect was also in structed to prepare plans, etc., for the spire, as all present were unanimous that the spire also should be built if the cost of erection were within reasonable limits. The whole of the work is to be built of blueslone, with Sydney freestone dressing on concrete foundations. The church when completed will be a beautiful speci men of early Gothic arc...

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Koroit Plumpton Coursing Club. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 March 1914

Koroit Plumpton Coursing Club. ANNUAL MEETING. The first annual meeting of the Plump ton Coursing Club was held at the Town Hall on Thursday evening, when there was a large and representative attendance of debenture holders. The Rev. J. J. Manning, the retiring president, occupied the chair, and congratulated members for attending in such numbers, and for the way they had worked to get the club going. As the old committee retired by effluxion of time it was the business of this meeting to elect a new committee. He would be unable to again acccpt the position of president, as amongst other reasons he might he leaving at any time. He thanked the committee for the assist ance given him during the past twelve months. Mr. Jas. LafTan was appointed chairman pro. tcm. He reviewed the doings of the club since its inception, and said some people were inclined to blame the com mittee for not having things further ad vanced, but to some extent they were the victims of circumstances. At the fir...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE CRADLES FULL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 March 1914

THE CRADLES FULL. " Bonus, or no bonus," says Ihc Hon. J. Cook, "tljc country needs to have its cradles ftfUJ' 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. JO, Ladies? College of Health, 46 Elizabeth St., Mel bourne,

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Ambulance Fete. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 March 1914

Ambulance Fete. The garden {etc conducted last month by the Koroit branch of the Australian Women's National League resulted in a profit of £125 os 8d, and when ten per cent, is deducted 3 balance of £112 I0s8d will remain for the purpose of purchasing an up-to-date'ambulance for the district. In addjtion to tlifs, tlje K.U.KiS. has'£33 on hand'for Ihe purpose named, and a'facet ing will be held shortly to arrange for the purchase of the vehicle. The balance sheet of the fete is as follows: Receipts. Fancy stall ... ... £51 8 8 Produce stall ... ... 3 3 9 Cake and sweets stall ... II 10 3 Refreshirierit ota|l ... ... (/) 7 6 Flower stall "" ' ... ... 5 5 9 Soft drink; and ice creatp ... 4 i 10 Fish pond ... ... j 3 lo Hoop-la ... ... 2 15 4 Tickets sold ... 13 4 6 Taken at cates .... IJ 19 0 £137 2 5 Expenditure, Moving pictures ... ... £500 Koroit "Sentinel" ... ... 260 Warrnambool "Standard" ... 0 17 6 C. Barr, goods ... ... 099 J. Anderson, goods... ... 093 Coughlan and Watt, goo...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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An Easy Way to Remove Superfluous Hair. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 March 1914

An Easy Way to Remove Su perfluous Hair. For (he benefit of our lady readers who suffer from the humilialing disfigurement of hair on face, lips, or chin, we publish herewith a formula which has the advan tage of being simple and inexpensive, as well as marvellously effective. It is not claimcd by our informant that one applica tion will permanently destroy the hair roots, but it is claimed, and the claims are borne out by actual testa, that one applica tion completely removes the hair, and its regular use, one or two days apart, will quickly and permanently destroy the hair root itself. If you have hair which you wish permanently removed, ask your chemist lo mix drams Pulverised Sulthine Con centrate with 2J drams Zinc Oxide, P.B., and one dram of Powdered Orris Root, and put in a wide niouth bottle. For use, mix a little of the powder into a paste on a plate by adding a few drops of water. Apply with a narrow knife blade, and remove at the end ot two minutes with the back of the k...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 March 1914

Personal. At the meeting of the Koroit Plumpton Coursing Club on Thursday, the chairman (Mr. Jas. LalTan) made feeling reference to the loss sustained by the death of Mr. Tlios. Reynolds. He said Mr. Reynolds was a great factor in assisting the club in its early stages, and no one had done more to promote its welfare. He moved that a letter of condolence be forwarded to his relatives by the secretary. Mr. Martin Bourke seconded the motion, and said in addition a permanent record should be made in the minutes appreciative of the services rendered by the late Mr. Reynolds. He had done a great deal to get over the initial difficulties inseparable from the launching of a new venture, and was one whom they could ill afford to lose. Mr. Bourke's suggestion was unanimously agreed to. Mr. W. H. Thomas, formerly of Kirk stall, and now residing at Owen, S.A., was again operated on on Monday last by Dr. Dunhill, of Collins street, Melbourne. The operation was successful, and Mr. Thomas's many ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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WELL AND STRONG. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 March 1914

WEfcL 4NI) Sl'BOHU. What a grand thing it is for women to feel well and strong ? The Ladies' College of Health has brought forward a home treatment that has restored thousands to health at a trifling cost. Those interested can find out all about it if they send two penny stamps toDepf, 50, Ladies' College Of Heajtb, 46 Elizabeth St., Melbpurna, I

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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A Remarkable Girl. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 March 1914

A Komavkalilb Girl. There is living at :i point' on East Hay. near Pensacohi, rh.j II roitsmItr.bSt'fiitnilj of four boys ami one young woman. 'Die boys consider their sister to lie one of themselves, the being in nearly every i aspect as handy as a boy should be and sharing the labors of her brothers, 'f hey i nil draw the lines of a ship, hew the timbers, build and launcl.i her, and sail her around Ihe world. They have done it and aie doin" it again.'-v The schooner Axel, a line little vessel which they have bull I, is at present somewhere ou the milf under command of one of the i>r<<(lii-r-s, who is h meet expert navigulor. The oilier biotliers and sister are now en gaged in building another and a lurget vessel, which is well under way. DIrds that Spealc, The parrot is gonerally supposed to have the monopoly of the power of talk ing among birds, but as n matter of fact, tlio r .not is decidedly inferior to the myuah. There are always examples of these bir...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Melbourne Pig Market. March 25 and 26. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 March 1914

Welboutne Pjg Market. March 25 and 20. Adatnaon, Strettle and Co., 3J/6 Bourke 8t., Mollioaroo, report 1,650 yarded. btores.-Owing to tin presence of n country buyer, the bbIO was brisk, and prices improved. Best bacon stores 88s to f3s, aecoqtja from 30s, slips 22a to 26s, auckora 8s to lis. Porkers.-The supply was a small one, and as the trade was fully repre sented, prices were bigber than 1 asD week. Prima heavy 39s to 45s, a few extra choice to 4Ss, prime light 32s to 37a, inferior at storo pricea. Bacon Pigs.-Tbe number penned was considerably loss tban of late, ond the quality good throughout. Prices for best pigs were practically unchanged, but light weights were inolined to im prove, Prime heavy 73s to 70s, odd pens to 84s, prime medium 60s to 70s, prime light 58s to 64s, half fat pigs were again dull of sale, and only realized store prices. Baekfatters.-^.n exceptionally small ?umber came to hand, an4 takipg tbe poor class of the pigs into consideration the sale WBB a good...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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CROSSLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 March 1914

CROSSLEY. (From our own Correspondent.) Potato digging is being carried on with all possible speed, growers being anxious to save as many as possible from the ravages of the grubs. The pest has done considerable damage this season, and the tubers are so badly affected that very little seed will be obtained from them. There are fair deliveries at present, the price, £3 a ton, inducing a good many growers to sell. It is impossible to tell at present whether more or less than usual will be sown during the coming season. Onion growers are not disposed to sell at the present price. It is hoped that the price will advance when those that were sold for forward delivery are got rid of. Large quantities are held, but it is not likely that growers will hold as they did last season. The share system was pretty general this season, and the tendency to higher rents is likely to make it more popular. It is said that a 45 acre lot has been let for onions at £6 10s per acre, and another lot at Rose...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 March 1914

DEATH. RICHMOND.-At Koroit, on the 25th March, Sidney Henry Richmond, aged 49 years. R.I.P. T. RUNDELL & SON. Undertakers.

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