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A Trip to Beech Forest. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 18 April 1914

A Trip to Beech Forest. A local resident who lias just returned from Wangerrip, Ileech Forest, writes as follows Although the outlook on arrival was not cheerful-nothing but immense ridges and gullies-it is a great place for a holi day, amUve have had numerous excur sions. From Crowe's (the railway ter-1 minus) the track up to here is corduroy < and nearly all uphill, the best grade being I obtained by skirting the top of the hills in most cases. The majority of the settlers are dairying hut the season has not been a good one owing to the lack of rain in December and January. The season commences late, all the cows being turned out from about now until September. If they get the usual rains in December or January the milking season lasls well up to the uid of April, but they did not get them this year. It is really in the sum mer that dairying is profitable here-there is splendid grass when it has dried off up our way. A good many send their cream Irom Lavcr's Hill to Col...

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 — 18 April 1914

CABBAGH PLANTri for Ral«. 60 for 6d, X. Ruitallie, Koroit. ' You Should be Determined in rcjeoting fcho worthless and frequently iujurious counterfeits which aro sometimes pushed (or tho sake of greater gain as "just as «ood" as thoGENUINE SANDER AND SONS' PURE VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Bo not deceived ! SAN* DER'S EXTRACT is recognised by tho highest medical autliorjtioa uu possessing tuiiquo atii'iv,lading, healing, and antiseptic powcra, Tho preparation of SANDER'S EXTRACT from tho puro splooUd loaves, and tho refinement by special processes give it, pitraCiYQ virtues, peculiarly ita own. Troit'foro, bo uot mfafed. Demaud aud insist upon tho GENUINE SANDER EX* TRACT, and you will docivo tho benefit that thousands havo derived from it boforo. Whon ill you should not depress yoursolf more hy tho common, bulky uml naufcoaling eucalytua oils, aud so called "Extracts*" What you want is quality aud reliability iu email doBea, aud this you uau only fiud iu SANDER'S EXTRACT. POOTBALL5,...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Hawkesdale Picnic Races. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 18 April 1914

Hawkesdale Picnic Races. The annual meeting of the Ilawkesdalc Picnic Racing Club.was held on Thurs day. The dciuiU' Of the racing are as follows: Maiden Hack Race-Trophy £2. Five furlongs.-H. W. Whitehead's Johnnie Walker I, J. Slavery's Glen Alice 2. Only two started. Betting 3 to I on Glen Alicc. Hawkcsdale Cup-Trophy £5. One mile,-W. Stevenson's Kabibinokka I, AT. Hardy's Illowa 2. Only two started. Belting 3 to I on winner. Trot and Gallop-Trophy £2. Six fur longs.-The King I. Betting 2 to I agst winner. Brush Steeplechase-Trophy £5. Two miles.-P. and J. Gleeson's J.H.B. I. W. J. Wright's Haymow also started, but fell and broke his neck. Betting even money winner. Handicap Hack Race-Trophy £2. Five furlongs,-H. W. Whitehead's Scottish Club I, F O'Brien's Boris 2. Betting 5 to 2 on winner. Ladies' Bracelet-Trophy £3. Six fur longs.-W. Stevenson's ICabibinokka 1, M. Hardy's Illowa 2, P. Galvin's A.T. 3. Betting 3 to I on winner. Members* Race-Trophy £2. Five fur longs.-D. O'Brien...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Melbourne Pig Market. April 15 and 16. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 18 April 1914

Melbourne Pig Market. April 15 and Adnmson, Strottlo and Co., 390 lVrnrko St., Melbourne, report: 1600 yarded. Stores.-Very few were penned. Com petition was Keen for good sorts at1 slightly advanced prices. Best bacon stores 37s to 43s, seconds 28s to 31s, slips 22s to 26s, suckers 8s to 15s. Porkers.-'There was again a light sup ply forward, and prices held firm through out. Prime heavy 40s to 46s, odd pens of exceptional quality to 50s, prime light 34s to 38s. Baconcrs.-The yarding in this section included a number of very prime pigs, and for these competition was keen, and prices slightly advanced. Other descrip tions, however, were practically un changed. Prime heavy 69s to 75s, a few extra choice to 78s 6d, prime medium 62s to 67s, prime light 56s to 59s, half-fat and intermediate sorts from 48s. Itackfatters.-The number of good I heavy pigs was very small, and the few which came forward sold readily. Extra prime heavy sowi £5 15s to £7, prime weighty £4 JOS to £5 5s, rough an...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE WILD DOG MENACE. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 April 1914

THE WILD DOG MENACE. It is interesting to note that so utich alive to the importance of the . ild-dog problem are the pastoral ists :i tho back country of Now South .Vales, that tlio majority of tliem have .'olujitariiy ejitci'.d into a bond to ireu^i-hen tho vermin fence on tho . mndarv between Xew hJmi.h iid QuiJfii.ilaml, from '.ho wi- -m -oundary of Thurlo Downs to a in djarent io tho junction of tho nonji .vn boundary of the Mother State and :io Eastern boundary of Suu'h Aus ralia, and to maintain it in d^: t»raoi imdition. T Mad this under.*!''ndioy oc boon decided >-uvn (says tho "A'a uoi lndepunden tue landholders ujarest the boi<j-»> >n«.|d almost eer :tiuly have abandonee i. jir sheep in .ivor of cattle, as ft^d deemed it . j be impossible to t\*>M. uue under ox jtinji conditions, vh ^n would have .neant that tho d«*gs now destroyed iy them would have found tnoir way lo tho other properties, and beco.ne nuch inoro numerous and destri»"tivi 'h^n thav ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTRICT NEWS. KILLARNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 April 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. KILLARNEY. Mr. M. Glccson, of Survey Lane, met with a nasty accident in rather an unusual am! remarkable manner a few nights ago, lie was running to head off sotnc horses, and in the darkness came between the handles of an onion skimmer, striking the cross-bar, with the result that he was pitched forward on to the body of the implemeol'and had. two of his ribs frac tured, and.1\fo others injured. It is for tuMjitc ffOr' Mr. Glccson that he did not come in contact with one of the project ing hand!eSy,or the slory of the mishap migiu Hjuwr oeen more tragic.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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MARRIAGE CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 April 1914

MARRIAGE CONDITIONS. Sydney "Town and Country Jour-, .il," replying to ? "Inquirer," writes . ..ipouimuus 10 marnuge aro eiuiei -luuiiical or civil. Tlio evil impedi-' .c.it, such as prior marriage, idiooy, uiary, or mental incapacity, and the .olauon of the essential statutory pro ISIUII, renders tho marriage absoluto >. void. The canonical impediment, nch as relationship .within: tho pro-1 ibited degress, fraud, force,or duress,: endors it voidable only, that is the arties having the option to treat the .lion as binding or not binding. Such marriago is, unless set aside on'the J tit ion of one of the parties during jmir lifetime by a ooiirt of competeui ?irisdiction, valid for all civil pur ?jses, but when sot aside is void ironi ie beginning. Tile £ablo of prolubit d degress as 'contained in ha Act of Henry VIII., pro ides that a man may not marry his . andniother, grandfather's wife, . ir'o's grandmother, father's sister, i'lther's sister,: ,father's brother's ? i to, wife's ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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CROSSLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 April 1914

CROSSLEY. (Kroiu our own Correspondent.) From the farmers' and dairymen's point of view the outlook is considerably im proved by the splendid rains of the past few days. There is still time for a fair growth of grass before the bleak winter sets in, and grass seed and early crops can be sown. Large quantities of onions arc still held, and visitors to the metropolis say that large stocks are hold there. It seems probable that next season will be a record one as regards acreage, most growers about here intending to sow more largely than ever, and reports from other onion districts show the same intention.: In some cases here the area will be double that of last seas mi. At the Catholic Federation social on Friday night over £8 was taken, aud an enjoyable time spent. The monthly meet ing of the federation took place on Monday night, and there was a fairly large At tendance. The Crossley contribution to the general fund for the quarter ending 31st March was £17 14s 2d. This amount, whic...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE SECRET OF YOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 April 1914

THE SECRET OF YOUTH. "L'nll 111 love,, atid kocp cous-m: ..tiling in love if y !'. .»? ? » oiiug," was ,uu: *d . u-.iu.i Jv. Josmh Oullu Mi . m- o-ni. t'< ,. .tcain, in the c'tun> ". -1'** h>Vum:v the secret of porp^ni.*?' y.inh./ vv:;??'. ;io. recently dvliveiv-: m . G:»:u« i-Jall, JJOhJOII. I . .t . mi ^ iillN iwl VVU1U0U « ! V," : v :inui'd. "U you ;; clung i» MrnpL* e<«. ." »ot. to do i ' i> ? i; icaiu, with >.. ij. - . . vifc H ;md a?!in > i,- ? ... . :. .. U . Il(i .:< {''?'?? '»injr. '. O. ,ui\ss. cho unit ». .'f'H'd pnvn.- , . tho ,audiv jnce. "As for vow bar- >.»»s and spin ??ters, don't. waste. .vour nnio. and ibovo all. let nono of you bo scrub jiiougli; to tell mo; that you are in capable of . falling in love, or'that you uave no iucliiijitiua- to do so. A per* , son wlio has never been, iu lovo and .lover . wanes to be qugiit . ,to be jroWned. I do not imuU suyiiig that .uis is my' OoiivioUoii. lau lecturer .varned old ...

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PORT FAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 April 1914

PORT FAIRY. The cast: of Thomas Piggott v. Walsh, set down for hearing at the County Court yesterday, was settled out of court. The complainant was employed on the local harbour works, and whilst working a winch, three of his fingers were crushed in the machine. He claimed £499 da mages. It is said the arrangement repre sents a moderate two-figure payment. The marriage of Mr. Parker Maloney, ex-M.H.R., was celebrated at the Middle Park R.C. church on Wednesday, the bride being Miss Margaret Mills, of Albert Park. Tlios. Osborne defended a claim by Dr. Lyons for balance of professional fee, £1 is., 011 the grounds that he was a financial member of the Prince Alfred Lodge, A.O.F., and was entitled to medical officer's attendance for himself, wife, and family, the only exception being accouche ments. He had paid £2 2s. as an act of courtesy, and in recognition of the ser vices performed by Dr. Coto, but under the laws of the order he was not compelled to pay Dr. Lyons, the lodge's mcdi...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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TRADE WITH JAVA. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 April 1914

TRADE WITH JAVA. "Mr. J. JB; Suttor (New South Wale, t ratio Commissioner fn tlxo JSast), ha .ibtuitted a communication to tho Ag ioultural Department, of ttew boutt* .Vales , in which he reports that thi {oval Packet Company has decided t« .pen cold storage works at. T;majo:ij 'nok, Jjaiavin. It is expected itia .icso will bo ready chis tuoiuii, an allowing hard upon itns mtroduciiu tie same coutpau^ intends to provid. us new steamer* with ample' coic, .corage acconuuoUauon, so that at .uiiegments can. be mado for constats aiTiayo of produce, in such, from Au* .ntlia If this provision in steamer. U-adling bebweon tho Commonwealth ind Java become an accomplisheo cact," it is inevitable that the already .:ast increasing - trado between: these countries will receivo a tremendous: impetus. Busiuess people in Austra lia, and perhaps, particularly in Syd uev and Brisbane, are realising mort tullj^ then over before tho vast possi bilities of the commeroo with tho Dutch Indies, and this es...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Port Fairy Races. THE WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 April 1914

Port Fairy Races. THE WEIGHTS. Appended aro the -weights for the Port Fairy racea, to bo hold to-aay Hurdle Race: Black Flag 10.10, Kyluna 10.0, King Kirk 10.0, Lord Fyana 9.6, Golden Valo 9.3, J.H.B. 0.0. Trial Handicap: Bright Kirk 0.0, Mc Smith 7.12, Lola Kirk 7.12, M'Grcgor Kirk 7.10, Alvarofl.9, Port Lad 6.9, Lylpck 0.7. Port Fairy Handicap: Vodski 9.9, Wiridgil 8.U, King Kirk 6 0, Major Eight. 7-5, Bcvenski 7 2, Coronalion Day 0.9. Wflltor Handicap: Vodski 12-7 i Wiridgil 11.8, Rougo Agnoa 10.7, Golden ' Valo 0.5 M*Grc^or Kirk 0.3, Bu?aka 9 0. Haok Race t Lola Lirk O B, New Fly 0.0, Scottish Club 8 0, Lady Killran 8 7. Alvoro 8.3, Port Lad 8.3, J.H.B. 8.0, The Wad 8.0, Lyiock 8 0. Pony Race: Mibs Darkness 11.5, Lady Arden 8.12, Beryl 8.7, Clover 8.3, Foremost 8 3, Una Gray 7 7, Golden Ray 7-0, Fairy Port 0.10, Amsthyet 6.10, Thunder Lasaio 0.7. j-'lying Handicap: Wiridgil 0.2, Isabel J. 8-7, Maior Wight G4» Rougo Agnes 8.4, Bright Kirk 7-11, Ochro 7.11. Me &mith 7*2, |...

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 April 1914

??.Y. ^: . ..t hul mac i* jiul IU _i i-iuovo tno wilier. A net soil ih, of course, u colder soil ; but in Victoria this wouif seldom b< u sullicient reason for draining. Tlu mam object iu draining land is to ad* nut I'rusii air, and this can only bo ac complished by gutting tho water out I'Uuifc roots must breatho, and nitrifioa uun in soils needs fresh uir, and in | .uor-logged soils these results .can wily | .jo attained by lirst removing iho wa ter. Xu uu article contributed to tlu "Ueut. Liuidw l'resso 30" (11)12), tlu ...,«iits of several years' observations on <. oiiect of drtiinage aro recorded. It .eluded that tno most, iuiportaut .Ltwi concernwl i« tho mcreused pro .uciivity ot a soil from tilo draining .tno iiupruremeut.in ucrntiom . -iul order to inorcase tho neratiug elfecfc, r riles were sometimes connected witli .ib upper air by piaeujg vertical Hues, 1 ui me results of this uoparture trom iOmary practice are as yet iucoiiclu .\e. Tho experiments ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 April 1914

Football. The animal meeting of the association will be held at the Caledonian hotel, Warmatnbool, next Thursday evening. The business will be to adopt rules and fixtures for the season, select umpires, etc. At a well-attended committee meeting of the Koroit club on Tuesday evening (Mr. M. J. Glccson presiding), delegates were instructed to support district foot ball, governed by a radius lor each club, as opposed to the registration system. It was reported that Mr. Neil McDonald, of Hamilton, had offered to hold picture entertainments in Koroit during the winter months, on a profit sharing principle, and it was decided to give the scheme a trial. One of the members of committee gener ously guaranteed the club against loss for the first entertainment. It was decided to issue member's and lady's tickets at the same price as last year, and to hold a practice match against Woolsthorpe to-day if possible. The outlook for the winter pastime locally for the forthcoming season is good. Qui...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 April 1914

WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS. The Latest Designs now open for inspection. CALL AND SEE THEM OR WRITE ECU PATTERNS, P. E. HARPER, -House and Sign Painter. [KSTAELIMIKD 1 o YEARS.] EXTEAOSDIMARY. 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 your floors. ?? RUGS, MATS and CARPETS in Large Variety; T. RUNDELL & SON, ffCHUSISBES© WAHEHOIJSE, FUNERALS CONDUCTED IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE. * 'PHONE No. 16; TO PERSONsTbOUT TO BUILD. BEFORE CALLING ELSEWHERE CALL UPON OR WRITE TC SIMMONDS & HAIN, TIMBBS MEilCMXTS AND CONTRACTORS, KOROIT, And get their Prices for all X&inds of Building- material. Palings, Posts, and Eails, and all kinds of Builder's Ironmo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 April 1914

Koroit Weekly Sale. THURSDAY, APRIL 30. 05ORIENBR0s7wil Soil by Public JO Auotlon on above date, when thoy will offor CATTLE. 6 Prime Cows 10 Cholco Dairy Cows, from W. M, (Throl fall. 8 Extra Choica Springing Hoifars 15 Good Store Cows 10 Backward Springing Heifers SHEEP 30 Prime Crossbred Ewes 70 Comoback Wothora in forward con dition PIGS. HORSES. SUNDRIES: Special Buyor for otrong, woll-grown STORES in attendance Warrnambool Corporation Vards. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 0> DRIEN BROS will Soil by Public JD Auction, at tho Corporation Yards, on tho abovo dato the following CATTLE: 6 Primo Cowa from Farnhnm 8 Forward Springing Heifore 12 Steers, 2$ years, pood colors SHEEP. 50 Prime Comeback and Crossbred Ewos HORSES SUNDRIES. [TUESDAY, APRIL 28. FAD & STOKE PIGS. . MONDAY, APRIL 27. Genuine Clearing Sale OF DAIRY HERD, HORSES. FARM ING IMPLEMENTS, ETC. /"VDRIkN BROS, havo been instructed VJ JtS by Mr ISAAC DIXON to Sell by Public Auction on abovo dato, on the Farm, at *' Loo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 April 1914

ONE WrA Y TOWARDS IWtAKXWG- A HAPPY HOME IS TO BUY YOUR FURNITURE That this is the right thing to dc 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 IDurability of 2?HTLXiirS' PURUritPmXE is Undeniable. DON'T WASTE KONEV. "Waste makes want" is an old saying, and as.-true now as when it was first .invented; but whethemt is true or not there's no use wasting good money, especially in buying FURNITURE. : ; AVOID EXTRAVAGANCE AND PRACTICE ECONOMY BY BUYING FttOM LIE BIG STREET WARRMMBOOL NEWEST NEWS. OF THE NEWEST; SUITS. Here we are, with absolutely the .finest thing ever offered in the way of' Smart Winter Suitings, so ii! you're-wanting as good a suit as can bo; keep your eyes on . lis. HOW ABOUT YOUR NEW WINTER SUIT? You'll find it to your advantage' to havo your new Winter Suit liy then, and y...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE Koroit Sentinel AND Tower Hill Advocate. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING APRIL 25. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 April 1914

THE . AND ©rnwv gill PUBLISHED EVER? SATUBDAT SATURDAY MORNING APRIL 25. Current Topics. Tenders arc invited for the lease, for a term of two years, of tile five-roomed house and 6% acres of land, at present in the occupation of Mr. Geo. Gingell. Ten ders close next Thursday with Mrs. D. Buck, Lumsden'e Lane, Koroit, from whom all particulars may be obtained. Now that the winter has set in most farmers and dairymen will be in need of .. rU£r or two for stock. J as. nicmjh, saddler, Koroit, advertises that Ue is pre pared to supply horse and cow rugs of the best material and workmanship at strictly moderate priccs. At the Hamilton races on Wednesday I Mr. J Bourke's Vodski followed up h« Terang and other successes by annexing ^Hamilton cup, worth £80 to the wm ncr, and, in addition, the popular Koroit trainer Mr. E. Bourke, took a substantial 1 amount from the ring in bets.theliorsc 1 starting at the remunerativepnee ov o to i. ! Previously Vodski was not a profvtable horse to train,...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 April 1914

Bereavement Notice. MRS. JOHN M'CORMICK desires to tender her Sincero Thanks to her many ifrietids for Letters, Kindness end Sympathy during her recent Sad Bereave* mont, and also to Thank Father Davis, Dra. Holmes and Daly, Nurses and Staff of the Warrnambool Hospital, for their Kindness and Attention.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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CLEARING SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 April 1914

CLEARING SALES. Murch, Taylor anil Bcal report We held a highly successful clearing sale on Saturday, . 18th insi., on account o( Mr. George Cooper, of Rosebrook. There was a large atundance of buyers, and compel!* tioti was very spirited throughout the sale. Milch cows brought from £7 to £0 IDs, springing do £0 to £8 10s, backward do. £4 If>s to £5 IOh, 2-year-old heifers £'2 10s (o j£3 5s, ycarliug do. Ms to 40s, young bulls £5 to £0 15s, delivery horses £14 to £10 10s, medium draughts £14 to £16 15s, ponies £8 to £9 10s, and sundries at full values. Amongst the principal buyers: were-King Bros, J. Somcrvillc, W. Bon net t, Alex. M'Kacharn, W. Madden, Jas. M'Gtalh, W. Thrclfall, Jas. Bragg, G. Atkinson, O'Toole Bros., J. M'Mahon, J Kelson, W Rogers, T Goodwin, G Gapes, J Ackland. O'Brien Bros, report having (in conjunct lion with Murch, Taylor and Bcal) con ducted a most successful side at Tower Mill Park, on Monday last, for Mr. M. J. Glee sou, when they sold the whole of bis ...

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