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Federal Electoral Rolls. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 May 1914

Federal Electoral Rolls. Some electors have made complaint that during the present review of the Federal electoral rolls they have received notice of objection tq their names being on the roils, while, as a mutter of fact, they have never left the district. We have made inquiries of the local registrar and he explains the matter as follows. When there is an actual duplication of a name, which has been discovered by the canvassers, it is at once reported, and one of the names is struck out. But suppos ing t|icre were two pefsons of the same name, say John J. James, living say in Crossley (or any other place), and that the canvasser finds one of them has per manently left the district. He reports the fact and an objection to his name being on the roll is at onqe lodged, and a notice of objection is at once posted to this person, His new address is unknown, and the notice is posted to his last known address, which would be Crossley. The man being absent, the notice would probably be de...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOR THE SIN OF ONE. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 May 1914

-C0H THE SIN OF ONE. Sir Cl.iuiles Kvan Smith -was otuw io : Si-.?- b:i.:a.ir.of an Afgbau town when Jie v:ws {i'vd at by a native. He lodged a :i«;m»;.;ii;t with the late- Ameer oi U'jT: .iiistan, who* appeared to take no "o'.u-v (it.tho incident,.merely' remark tig,' "That's ell Tight/? Sir Charles .?:!tplr«ijjc(J again,and mot with the sumr :opiv* lie still thought; that the Ameer ' av;s treating n eorious matter with loss ;n.?i-!-i*sUion than it deserved, but, it advisable to 'say no »>oro on <li.. i'jSjcet. About n wtek afterwards - y . ? invited by the Ameer to ride .! They rode for some distance .v ''..J town, 'when they parsed gib '-.t gibbet, from eaeh of which !a:i;: .<! a At h.ngth Sir Chark-.s . ori .^srd: "J tint your Highness .i,js busy of bte." -"Oh, no!" re ;»!>. Ji!s»» Ameer, "thc?c aro your little U.o had taken oil tho members ol [.u? i>r.r.;<!-bo a^saKMii's "family and /uuiifol every ono of them. A sh^vhorn is a great help...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTRICT NEWS. KILLARNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 May 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. KILLARNEY. A social, under the auspices of the Altar Society, was held in the schoolroom, Crossley, on Thursday evening, when an enjoyable night's dancing was indulged in. Refreshments were supplied by the ladies, and some splendid music was ren dered by Messrs O'Connor, Butler, Taylor, Sheehan and M'Lean. The duties of M.C. were in the hands of Messrs J. Kelly and L. Dwyer, and the net proceeds amounted to £9 19s. On Saturday a large working bee as sembled on the grounds of the new R.C. church, for the purpose of removing and levelling the ground, and to put things in order for the opening ceremony on 28th June. About 50 men, with 15 drays, assisted in the work. Rev. Father Kerin was present and took a great interest in the work, and, with the assistance of the Jadjes. supplied a (irst-class dinner in the schoo/ropm to all engaged in the work, which was suspended at five o'clock, everybody being pleased with the work accomplished. It was decided to again return on Sa...

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 — 30 May 1914

Racing Notes. (By "FleminRlon.") Yearling# are moro numerous than cror nt Flomington thia season, oven though James Scoblo is only now ImticU ling eight young ones against twico that number Inst year, raking thorn nil round, tho young stock nfc present in hand aro well up to tho avorago. As might ho supposed after tho success of his first season nt tho stud, Tho Wol fcui is well represented. So far thia season eight of tho young Welkins havo won 1-1 raacH boUvoen thorn, vrhioh is a great start for a young siro. Another Fnglish importation which appears likely to make his mark as a giro in Ik-au Brocade, His youngsters havo not yot facod ft startor, but look vory promising* Epsom provided tho programmo for *nburban racegoors on Saturday, but thcro no groat interest in tho sport. Ono of tho most consistont performers ffo havti mi tho o»i«fdo courses at pre sent is All Hcd. Ho was in winning solors again on Saturday wb<vn ho beat a smart lot of gallopors i:t tho First Divisi...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IN DAHOMEY [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 May 1914

IN DAHOMEY i'S'Mrl' Jlartyn, in ''Life iir tho Legion;" gives a vivid account of tile Amazons: f"iVriybho inclined .to:sympathise with ;Iio Amazons oil account of" their sex, and. Jook upon the. combat betwoen bhcin and our men as unequal, may take it" from' me that 'tlieir " sympathy - would-. be misplaced. Those young women are Fai- and away tlio: best - -men ini the Duhoineyan army, aud 'woman to' man were quite a match for any of us. Tliey. ivsie arroei with Spencer repsatiog car bines, and made much , better use oi them than tho men uiade of their rifles: and for work at close quarters they had a small heavy-backed chopping sword 01 itnifo, very much like a South American -laucUeto, with which they did.great exe cution. They ' fotight like "unchained' demons, and if driven into a corner did not disdain tho use of their4teeth and nails. One of them wa's seized and dis^ armed by a Marine Infautry man in-this light, but she was so far from being beaten, that sho..at once turned on...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Coursing at Mortlake. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 May 1914

Coursing at Mortlake. j The North-Station Puppy Stakes was run at Mortlake on Thursday. Mr. J. Lallan's Onca won her first two courses, and was beaten by a small margin in the second ties, after four falls. Onca accounted for two out of the four hares killed. Results Jack's Gift beat Daisy King. Barfinch beat Lady Graham. True Light beat Colonel Beau. Hooligan's Gin beat Traclu. Onca beat Master Enderby. Five of Diamonds beat Sweet Mary. Little Dean beat Scottish Club. F/fst Fancy beat Purnim Beau. Lady Hqpkins beat Nat Gould. Woodbird beat Jraquette. Sweet Kate beat Hopkins Falls. Hampden Girl a bye; First Tjcs, Jack's Gift beat Barfincii. True Light beat Lady Graham. Onca beat Hooligan's Gin. Little Dean beat Five of Diamonds. First Fancy beat Lady Hopkins. Woqdbird beat Hampden Girl. Sweet Kate ?- bye. Second -Ties, Jack's Gift beat True Light, Little Dean beat Onca. First Fancy beat Sweet Kate. Woodbird a bye. Stake divided. In the evening the owners of the four dogs left in aft...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Empire Day. SERMON BY REV. C. J. T. MARTIN. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 May 1914

Empire Day. SERMON BY RI5V. C. J. T. MARTIN. Empire Day was observed at St. Paul's Church, Koroil, on Sunday Inst, when the scrviccs were conducted by the Rev. U. J. T. Martin. In the morning he took for his subject, M The Church's Duty in Austra* lia," the text being from 1st Corinthians, 16t1i chap., Oth verse-" A great door and cflcctuat is opened unto me, and there arc ninny adversaries." The prcachcr com menced by referring to St. Paul on his missionary journey returning to Jerusalem, with gifts for the poor, viewing his work and opportunities. He had his adversaries -Jewish hate, and Roman contempt, but his course was clear, and he never swerved from the path of duty. The church today had a door before her, and similar adver saries, and the question was were they going to carry out their duty, or shirk it Australia was a centre, with millions of redeemed souls within easy reach of our shores. We were quite prepared to trade with the people of Java, India, Japan, China and the ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A PLEA FOR THE ART OF PROFANITY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 May 1914

-A PLEA FOR,THE ART: PROFANITY; 'The "Atlantic .Monthly","; contains "a humorous apologia for what tho writei calls tho lost art ' of profanity. li« 'says:- ?:': : k: V "Whatever may bo iis history as s practice, tlio true psychological functiou if profanity, is just tiiis: to offer to the perturbed spirit an outlet for the energy which his. provocation, whatever it may bo, has aroused. The natural outlet for the energy thus provoked-would, of course, ba so:no act of. retaliatory vio lence. ' -? .. .' " Understood, then; a? "a substitute foi' ictions which would bo nowadays eithei unlawful or impossible, profanity;' as sumes at once a certain dignity of its jwn, as-being possessed of a psycho importance, One ivouldi1 seem ? o be justified in speaking of it as n'J art. . ?. .'..'?;?.? . ? "The quostiori at once arises. 'Where in consists the Art of Profanity?' and ti:o answer is obvious: the Art of Pro fanity consists in that choice of explo sives and objurgations which; to a' suinl,...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Borough Council Election. A CLOSE CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 May 1914

Borough Council Election. A CLOSE CONTEST. It was generally expected that the re sult of the election to fill the vacancy al the Koroit Council caused by the resigna tion of Cr. Patcrson would be close, and such proved to be the case, only two votes separating the candidates, Although ap parency no very great interest was being evinccd in the contest before the day of election, a steady stream of voters during tile afternoon indicated that the poll would be a heavy one. Up till twelve o'clock only about a quarter of the total votes were recorded, but after that hour, and especially between half-past twelve and two o'clock, the Mayor (Cr. Mnrtin Bourkc) and Town Clerk (Mr. R. Laflfan) were kept busy, and in all 383 votes were recorded. Of these only three were in formal, in each case the paper being marked with a cross opposite Mr. Fara gher's name, the voters having followed the method adopted at Federal Parlia mentary elections, but which at municipal elections renders the ballot p...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Country Roads Board. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 May 1914

Country Roads Board. r-.hwkiniKvat Port,1'';!iry last week Mr, Calder, chairman of the above, said the board appealed the fact {hat at every place they visited councillors and the board a clcar nnc* ^ood understanding, and he was sure they would go on in (hat manner, j hey were now inspecting the group of municipalities from Warrnambool to the bouth Australian border, and were getting a broader grip of the position and condition of (he main roads running through the State. If they took the shires generally, (hey would get a wrong impres sion ; therefore, they were taking a group of municipalities, and were making a flying inspection to determine what were main roads, having regard to the roads which carried through traffic, besides the local traffic, and which caused (he cost of main* tcnancc to be high. The cost ot tnainten* ance was increasing, and the board had to | consider whether Ibis was due to present methods. Motor traffic was increasing, [ and tho future motor traffic woul...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE TUNAPLANE. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 May 1914

THE TUNAPLANE. Play has ft tendency to bccomo as dcroiypod us work itself, ami >poris mou are'ioo conservative to broak any honourable tradition of thoir craft, even if it means a bigger bag. The M Badminton" contains a suggestion which bhows that,there is stiil an ex ception to every rulo. Dr. Holder de scribe the invention of Captain barns? worth, by which tho wavy tuna of Sanui Catalina may bo lured movo to destruction. Tho con trivance is our old friend tho kilo, which takes the ILshormau's line into the air and constitutes an aerial lover .»y viiich tho bait may bo niado to go *i;i\n:gh the natural liight oj tho lly. in^ lish. 'this is tho. natural or most common prey of tuna; find it is hooked by tho jaw, or up through tho body, and k«*h ad or sewed so that it viil tow natur illy.' This accomplished, tho boatman starts lias engine, tho launch mnvui ahead, and tho boatman gradually pays oil lino and gets his tunaplane up into the air. Usually tho lino oxteads directly jut as...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Fire at Kirkstall. CARRIAGE FACTORY DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 May 1914

Fire at Kirkstall. CARRIAGE FACTORY DESTROYED. The usual serenity of Kirkstall was rudely disturbed a few minutes before midnight on Thursday by an outbreak of fire at the coachbuilding factory of Mr. R. L. Reed. The alarm was given by Mrs. Roberts, a resident in the vicinity. Mr. E. Baker arrived at the scene of the conflagration a few minutes later and ?aroused Mr. Reed and his family, who were asleep in the dwelling house adjoin ing. By this time the flames had a strong hold, and nothing could be done to save the shop or contents. About a dozen workers therefore directed their efTorts towards saving the dwelling houses. That on the eastern side, occupied by Mr. E. Flahavin, junr., and separated from (he burning building by only a few feet, was in imminent danger, and the furniture and contents were hastily removed. The wall caught alight several times, but, after a strenuous battle, the house was saved. In endeavoring to prevent the spread of the fire to this house Mr. Reed had h...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
General Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 May 1914

General Summary. Ti,a Grand Annual Hurdlo Raco at '>?- llendigo Jmltoy Ciuli inioting »M u-on by Admiral Gland. " i|v Uiu s.s. Jndrapura, 88ti noir sot arrived in Vicionn on Wodiios j'lio «.». Wnipara, which nout aground on Hannil,al Hoef from tlio furcpoak to tho No. 3 hutch, has bucn rolloatod. , Within tho next threo or four works, tho Country Hoads Bonrd will find work for laborers on its main road do volopnK'ijtftt operations, Mr. McCutoneon, M.L.A., for St. KiW. 'ins intimated that, for reason* of health, ho duo* not proposo to pro fit hinuolf fl« *> candidate for re election flfti.T tho presont Parliament expires thin year. Australia's representative At t Jio conference of PtstmaitorH-Gcnoral of tho world, whith i» to ho hold at Mad rid in September next, will bo directed to vote >n favor of universal penny P°flead touchers who hnvo used tho nivilion typo of clawi-room have report ed to tho Mmistvr for Education (Sir 4\ feacock) that tho buildings aro c.itt«fn^tf>...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 May 1914

WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS. The Latest Designs now open for inspection. CALL AND SEE THEM OU WRITE FOR PATTERNS. P. F. HARPEK, .House and Sign Painter. [KSTAIII,isiii:D 10 YKARS.] EXTRAORDINARY. JUST ilR.B.IV3X9. 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,Mayings one Kpf^our Linoleums on your floors. RUGS, MATS iand CARPETS in Large Variety. T. RUNDELL & SON, - srarasmiK® wareih®ij§E, FUNERALS CONDUCTED IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE. '1'EIONE No. 16; TO PERSONS ABOUT TO BUILD. BEFORE CALLING ELSEWHERE CALL UPON OR WRITE TC S1MMONBS & HAXN, TIMBER MERCMNTS -AM) CONTRACTORS, KOROIT, And grot their Prices for all ZS.in<ls of Building1 material. Palings, Posts, and Kails, and ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Melbourne Pig Market. May 27 and 28. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 May 1914

Melbourne Pig Market. May 27 and 28. Adamson, Strettla and Co., 30(1 Baurke St., Melbourne, report: 1,500 yarded. Stores.-Not very many penned, mid as a country buyer operated freely, prices were a little higher. Best bacon stores 35s to 405, seconds from 30s, slips from 25s, suckers I2s to 16s. Porkers.-Very few prime quality were to hand, and consequently the demand was very keen at slightly advanced prices. Prime licnvy 48s to 52s, extra quality to 56s, prime medium weights 42s to 46s, prime light 33s to 38s. Bacon Pigs.-Only a small number were yarded, and as the trade was well Represented, last week's prices held good throughput, liest pigs being a shade dearer. Prjme heavy 7s's to $2s, extra to 86s, prime medium 08s to 73s, prime light from 0-J, halMat and inferior from 58s. Choppers.-Although the supply was small, prices were hardly as eood as last week. Prime heavy sows £6 5s to £7 10s, extra to £8 12s 6d, prime weighty £4 10s to £5 10s, rough from 55s,

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 May 1914

Koroit Weekly Sale* THURSDAY, JUNE 4. 05 13 RIEN BROS, wil Soil by Public Auction ou above date, when they will offor CATTLE. 6 Prime Cows 10 Dairy Cowa and Hoiforn from W. M. Threlfall 6 Durry Cowa from P, Madden 12 Storo Cowa 20 Young Cattle SHEW 30 Vrimo Comoback Wethers 60 Crossbred Woauers TIGd. HORSES. SUNDRIES; Special Buyor lor strong, woll-grown STORES in attendance ; Warrnambool Corporation Yards. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3. O? FJRIEN BROS will Soli by Publio JD Auction, at tho Corporation Yards, on tho abovo dato tho following CATTLE: 8 Prime Cows 12 Springing Cows and Heifers 10 Storo Cows 15 Young Cattlo SHEEP. 20 Prime Ewea 60 Comeback Wothora in good order HOKSES SUNDRIES. TUESDAY, JUNE 2. FAT & STORE PIGS. KOJROIT SALE YARDS, THURSDAY, 18th JUNE. Choice Property for Sale. 0> RIEN BROS. have boon instrnctod JL> by Mr«. LOUISA PAl'ON to Sell by Public Auction, at their Yards, Koroit, on tho abovo date All that piece of land, being parts of por tion IS, Parish of K...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 May 1914

OoSE WAY. TOWARDS MASIua A KOBH23 IS TO BUY YOUR FUR RE AT PHILLIPS'. That this is the right thing to do is thesettled conviction inlfte minds. of many ; and amongst the numerous, class who are; forsaking the doubtful Measures :o£ single life, and elect to try "double harness," this idea, as expressed above, is ,a fixed one. . no Comfort and'aarabiiity of 7HI2.Z.X7S' FVAHrXTU&S ia Undeniable. jon't Wisrc .riiOJisv. "Waste makes want" is an old saying, and as true now is when it was first invented; but whether it is true or not there's .no use wasting good'-moneys especially: in buying F (J RNIT URE. AVOID EXTRAVAGANCE AMD PRACTICE ECONOMY SV BUYING mora !. B. PH1LL] LIEBIG STREET WARRNAMBOOL NEWEST NEWS OF ..'THE. NEWEST SUITS. " TTovu wo are, with absolutely the ' finest thing ever .offered in the way.,ot. Smart Winter Suitings, so it you're wanting us good a suit as can be, keep your qyes ou us. HOW ABOUT YOUR NEW WINTER SUIT? You'll find it to your advantage to have your ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE Koroit Sentinel AND Tower Hill Advocate. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING MAY 30. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 May 1914

' THE ffomt Jtuthirf AND Zmw gull gKUwate PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING MAY 30. Current Topics. At the half-yearly meeting of the mem bers of the Loyal Prince Alfred Lodge of Oddfellows on Wednesday, Bros. L. G. Gapes, G. A. Kevan, and F. Norman, .with J. L, Ogle emergency, were appointed delegates to attend the districtmeeling to be held at Port Fairy'on Tuesday, 3rd June. Nominations for principal officers were received, and tile elections and appointments for ensuing term will take at next meeting. Sick pay to eleven members, amounting to £15, was passed for payment. Very encouraging reports were received from the ball committee as to the sale of tickets and the interest being taken in the movement by the public, and they decided to increase (he siie of the orchestra, and it will now con sist of Messrs. Morgan (cornet), Davies (piano) and Blain (violin). The following Bros, were appointed the officers in charge Of the Grand March, which takes place after the 4th dance...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 May 1914

DEATHS. SHERIDAN.-At Varptuck, on 27th May, Daniel, eldest Bon of the Jalo Daniel Sheridan, aged 44 years. R.I.P. T, RUNDKLL & SON, Undertakers. SMITH.-On 26th iuet., at Warrnambool Hospital, Barah Smith, late of Y&rp turk, aged 82 years. T. RUNDKLL & SON, Undertakers.

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WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 6 June 1914

WAHRNAMBOOL. O'Brien Bros, reports Tuesday, June 2, Pigs.-405 penned, of which 130 wore Stores. Bayers wore in full attendance, and they operated freely for nil penp, prices being about 3a per head better than of late. Stores also aold readily at improved rotes. I 141 for Me"'rB- c- Kelson 80s (id ?" ? (top Prico ot the market), Mrs CashiM 82s, H. Furley SOa and 58s Gd, Chas Kyan /7s. Michael Mungavin, junr., 84a 6d J. Downey S8s Od, (J. R. Kldridge 87s. Con ?,d ,nnd 7Cs> Jamea Holbrook i9a Od, VVm Hulra 79a Od, Daniel Gorman ?? "i? i, . ' ThomI>» Il'ril 78s Gd, and rn, ' 1??vls ,893' George Sparrow 82a fid, thomas Dunphy 89a and 80s, C. R. Tullol (13ixtcra dairy) 8la, J. Annett 80s Gd and t «<' ' rown 80s, also stores for Messrs \v;" o,"T,m 51?' ;Vkn TciT -Ws, John U ineB -4a Od, I. Brnrferick 35a ,")(] jg3 Jna. I'llzgerald 47a 6d, John Rock 48a Gd, J mrpent 4Ss Gd, Mrs Brown 40a Gd and C. ./on 1V° <l«o'e-Piime pigs 80a ! to 00a, good do 73s to 7Sa fid, ...

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