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Stock Markets. KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 13 June 1914

Stock Markets. KOROir. O'-Briou Bron. report: Thursday, ,iuno 11. I'air yardinga of nil cluanca and a brisk Piga.-flft penned, A good demand, and all pena worn Hold lor Montim. Tbomwi ICelly 20a, John Kelly 31a, Junius Dunuo {iQ» Oil, Robert OlHcvr 30a, Jamaa lrvint? 31h Gd, Thomua Jolinaton, 54s Gd, Clem Murnano 289 3d, lirtird and Good 28s, 3Gs (id, and 18a G«l, Mm. W. WhiUon 24s, l?Uil Milla KU (id, tX'orH. M. J. Diuuio 48B, and ,T. Ryan 35a. Quotations-Best atores 48* to 56s Gd, well-grown do 30« to 30a 0d, alius 18s Gd to 248. Slicrp,-208 punned. A gnod brisk salts for all lots, and prices were fully equal to late high valuoa. Wo nold for Measra. P. Mills priint> lamba 20a Gd, J. Dohetty prime f«herp 27a, und merino owes 12m (Id, l'liomau Oliver prima \viither»24a Od, lamha l is'.id, and crossbred ewetr in lamb 23h Gd, R. J. Cost oroBebrud wennera 14s lid, Thomas Russell ngod comeback cwea in lamb 13a Gd, William (Jibflnn crossbred ewes 18s 9>l, and W. M. Tbreifall prime ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PORT FAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 13 June 1914

PORT FAIRY. Mr. J. Irving's horse, with a lorry at tached, bolted at midday on Tuesday, and crashed into a delivery cart of Messrs Powell and Sons which was standing in front of the firm's premises. What at first appeared like a general mlx-up of things, with much damage, fortunately ended in only a buckle-strap hole of the bolting horse's breeching breaking. A rope quoits club has been formed in connection with the A.N.A. for the pur pose of competing in the rope quoits com petition. Jt is expected that six or seven teams will take part in the tournamenl. ''Gaaettp/1 I

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Federal Politics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 13 June 1914

Federal Politics. The elections will lake placo on Satur day, September 6. The unsettled political situation since last election has resulted in both the Liberal and Labor institutions in the Wannon electorate keeping their work of organisation well in hand, and the double dissolution, although coming with a sud denness that caused surprise, finds both parties in a state of readiness for the forthcoming elections. At a recent con ference of Liberal parties from all parts of the Wannon, a motion was agreed to expressing confidence in the sitting mem ber, Mr. A. S. Rodgers, and it is a fore gone conclusion that l\e will have their undivided support, The Labor party is holding a selection ballot, and the result of the polling will be known early next week. The candidates are Messrs H. M. Blampied (North Carlton), J. A. Deneys (Dimboola), and Neil Mackinnon (Eden hope). During the H years ol Federation, this is the first occasion upon which any Gover nor-General has granted a double dis...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Football. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 13 June 1914

Football. Aii association meeting was held at (li» Oiurt House Untol last Saturday, wlieu delegates were present) from the Koroir, South Warrnnmbool, and Warrnambool clubs. Correspondence wna road from tho trustors of the Friendly Societies' Park, Warrn-im boot, stating thnt the senior association could havii all dates asked [or excepting 12th September, which had been hooked to tho juniors. After some discussion, tho matter win held over, th» Warrnanibcol ioprosentatives being of opinion that an arrangement could ho made with the junior association, if necossary. Umpires reports were road, utid in ono case were referred back to the umpire for correction, as the scores did nob correspond The K iruit dele gates raised tho question of decidiug ihe iisue "D percentage in cato of a lio for the minor premiership, pointing out tint both Warrnambool tennis hud scored heavily against Allaiiffurd, anil on account of that team foif-Mting i's engagement to K-roit last. Saturday I tho locil clu...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 13 June 1914

Obituary. The late Mrs. Duffy, who died last Sun day morning, was n native of County Westmeath, Ireland, and a very old resi dent of this locality. She landed in Mel bourne with her father (the late Mr. Malady) and came to Koroit almost im mediately. For the past 47 years she has lived on the bank of the Tower Hill lake, and during that long period was never more than three miles away from her home. Muirson's and McLaws' hotels were the only houses in Commercial Road when Mrs. Duffy arrived here. Profound regret was felt in Koroit on Saturday evening when it became known that Mr. P. J. Bourkc had been killed sud denly that morning in Melbourne by a bicycle accident. Mr. Bourkc, who was a baker, lived at Richmond, and was em ployed at Kitzroy. lie left there on his bicycle after finishing his night's' work, and while cycling along Victoria Parade towards his home he got abreast of a greengrocer's cart. To pass the cart he attempted to cross on to the near side, but his bicycle skidde...

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 — 20 June 1914

Why Should Women Suffer? Old time logic accepted it as a matter of cold fact that women were made to suffer from girlgood to the grave. What a monstrous doctrine. A book dealing with the matter of pain and suffering ns affecting womenfolk, and which tells how thousands have been restored by a simple home treatment to permanent health after years of pain, will be sent free to anyone who cuts out this advt. and sends it to Dept. A. 50, LADIES' COLLEGE OF HEALTH, Phair's Buildings, 327 Collins Street, Melbourne. Ladies visit ing the city are cordially invited to call and chat over health matters with the manageress. fTlOTHILL Lid., Ucpreeon'atives of b'ut* i ton Sons, have for yule, Sei'dp, Plants find Trees. G. 0. AND15KSUN, Agent for Koroifc and District. BALL DRESSES. We have on hand a Magnificent Range of Materials of all kinds suit able for Ball Dresses, prominent of which are.... DEWDROPCHIFFONS (all colors), SILKS, NINONS, &c. BALL DRESSES MADE AT SPECIALLY REDUCED PRICE...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Original Correspondence. [It must bo distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] To THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 20 June 1914

Original Correspondence. [It must bo distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] To THE EDITOR. Sir-Finding I am unable to obtain justice, I write earnestly appealing to your readers to use thcii influence to protect Australian lads in various States from un just treatment from the Dcfcncc Depart ment. My own son at this moment lies in a solitary confinement cell in the Queens clifT fortress for no other misdemeanor than loyalty to his parents' views of Christian teaching, and thus our chcrishcd right of parental control has been forccd from us. Our Tom, a lad of 16, was sent to QucensclifT on Wednesday last week for 21 days for refusing to train under the Defence Act. My wife and I are members of the Society of Friends, and hold strong convictions against military matters, a principle held vital, for centuries, in the religious views of the Quakers and others, and however yourreadcrs may differ from me on this point, I am ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POSITIONS OF TEAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 20 June 1914

POSITIONS 01? TEAMS. Teams. .BJS Warrnambool... 3 3 0 1 Koroit 4 3 1 10 South VV'bool... 3 2 2 12 Port Fniry ... 3 1 2 12 Allansford ... 3 1 0 12 JUNIORS. Graemoro ... 4 4 0 JO Buehfield ... 4 3 1 10 Mnilor'a Flat ."4 2 2 10 Southern Cross 4 1 o IB Tower Hill ... 4 0 4 16 WoodB' Great Peppermint Cure, For Coughs and Colds, never falls, la 8d

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 20 June 1914

Football. Tho Bpeno footballers hud a Borne what oxciting experience on Saturday whilo proceeding to Birrogurrn to play footbnll ab thab place. They were innking tho trip in ft conch driven by Mr. Uorb. Qninger. About halE the team were seated id tho inside and the other half on tlie top. Tho occupants were interesting themselves just prior to reaching Warncoort rending the biblical quotations which hivo boon placed on the railings of tho fences along the road by somo good iiitontioncd per sons who have the spiritual welfare of weary travellers at honrt>, and, it is said, they had just read a text which stated, "Prepare to meet your doom," when one of the wheeln of the foro enrringe of the coach csmo off with the result that the coach overturned and the occupants of tho outside sea'.s were precipitated on to tho roadway, fortunately cloar of the vehicle, and all were unhurt, wish the exception of Mr. Jno.Gainger, who had his back badly bruised. Thoso inside tho conch were hurled ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 20 June 1914

VVARRNAMBOOL. O'Brien Bros, report: Tuesday, Juno 16. Pigs.-233 penned, of which SO wero stores. Only a limited number of fab pigs were penned, a.nongst which wore very few peuti of really prime pigs, and, tuking quality into contsideration, priccH were quite equal lo last week'a rates. Stores sold readily nt improved vuIucb. WO sold 66 for Mr. Percy Kelly 6la 6d, W. A. Li'ddin 72s Cd, 62a Gel, aud 54s Gd, John O'Grady 79a 6d, W. A. Brown 75B, Jor, Mahony 77s Gd, Jumes Martin 80s, John Dwyer 84s 6d, Wil liun Hulm 66s und 52s 6d, Mrs P. J. O'Dwyor 85s Gd (top price of tho day), U. Manson G5s Gd, P. Corbott 78*, Michael O'Brien 74s fid, and stores for Messrs John O'Brien 37a 6d and 0. Wallace. junr52s Gd. Quotations-Prime bacon pigs 80s to 85s Bd, good 72s to 78s lid, medium G2a Gd to 70s, bust forward stores 45s to 54s Gd, well* g.own sorts 28s Gd to 30s, slips 20s to 26s, smaller pigs to 16s 6d. Wednesday. Sheep.-300 penned, with competition kutu for all prime lots, but medium deccr...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Stock Markets. KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 20 June 1914

Stock Markets. KOROir. O'Brlon Bros. report Thursday, Juno 18. Fair yarding® of all CIhbbcb, and a full clearance. Pigs,-04 pennod, A vory brisk dotnand and prices showed a slight improvement on late ruling rales. We sold nil pons at auc* tion for Messrs R. Neoglo 32» 3d, J. B. Kinson 25s Gd, John Johnston GOs and 25a, Ab. Buuluh 41a, James Dunn 60s Gd, N. Foley 50B 3d, ?attiok Fahcy 24s Gd, Patrick Bourkc 25B 3d and 40a, Michael Carey 25s 3d, Patrick Boutko (CroBsloy) 5ls Gd, and quote beat forward stores 51s Gd to 60s, well grown sotta 41a, well grown slips 24s Gd to 32a 3d. Sheep.-373 penucd. Competition was firm throughout, and we cleared nil pens for Messrs John Ryan piinio sheep 28a uud 30s, prime Umba 20a, Alex. Bucluumn priino sheep 20a, lambs 17«. ewes fia, C. O'Dowd prfmo lauiba 10s 9d, James Dunne prime coinebuck welhora 10b 9d, Bennett Bros crossbred ewes in lumh, 18a 3d, Joiin Lenehan crossbred 2-loolh wethers 17a 9d, Woodluwn ICstato merino wethers 14a 4d. Cattle.-115 ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Golf. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 20 June 1914

Golf. On Saturday last under Ihc auspices of the Kirkstall Golf Club a single stick com* petition for ladies and another for gentle men was played off for trophies presented by Mr. H, Whitehead. The succesjful players were Miss Goto and Mr. Howell In the ladies competition only 0 holes were played. Appended, are the scores : LADIES. Miss Goto ... Miss E Gapes Miss N. Riddell Mrs. Laidlaw Miss Gapes Miss O'Brien Miss Kiddell Mrs, W. Kiddell Mrs Goto ... Miss Fitzgerald Clive Howell Jack Kccles . Miss Dunne Gross. Hep. 18 Nd. 43 100 C. Howell ... A.H. Baird J. O'Brien... H. Whitehead. W. Riddell... A. J. Gibson Dr. Coto ... E. Baker .las. Gapes .. F. O'Brien... W. Kccles ... D. Meagher J. Caldwell E O'Brien... D. O'Brien K. M'Master Dr. Littlewood 83 83 127 GENTLEMEN.* Gross. IIcp. Net. 108 38 7'2 75 75

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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General Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 20 June 1914

General Summary. England won back tho International rolo Cup from America aftor an excit ing .struggle. A wind and rain storm of great so verity, causing considerable damage, wns experienced in Sydney on Wednos l,fr'hroo powerful pumping sets for the Brisbane Water and Sowerago Board arc being supplied by Thompson and Co of Castlemaino. The apples by the stoamers Mooltan WiU^birc were mostly sold at from 7/ to S/G per case. The best Sturiis«;rs realised 0/ to 10/0. The revenue collected at tho Custom House on June 17 amounted to:-Rove uuc £12,227/0/0? State, nil; contingout, jl/ti; pilotage, nil; wharfage, £68:1/4/0. A well-nourished male child, about three month* old, was left on a doorstep of a private hospital in Hamilton. Tho woliee J,ri' inquiring into the matter. Workmen are engaged in repairing cracks which have made their appear ance in the dome of tho new Public Library, Melbourno. The acocunts of t!»e South Australian Company for 10M show a profit balanco of £ti0,7~>i&g...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Arbor Day at Koroit. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 20 June 1914

Arbor Day at Koroit. Yesterday was a great day for Ihe child ren attending ihc schools, as they had made up their minds to have a good day's outing to plant trees in the Borough Council reserve at the Lake Bank. ^ The schools represented were the ICoroit State School, under Mr. Kccles, head tcacher; the Ijjowa State School, under Mr. Grimshaw, head teacher; and the Koroit Roman Catholic School, with Rev. Father Kcrin present. The children were assembled on the ground shortly after one o'clock, and the work of tree planting was commenced and vigorously carried on, nearly IOO Lambertianas being put in the ground. The school authorities found there was a hitch in obtaining the trees, and it was doubtful if the work would be done, but Mr. J. M. O'Brien, hearing of the diffi culty, motored over to Mailor's Flat, and brought back ioo Lambertianas, which he presented to the school authorities. These gentlemen wish to express their sincerc gratilude to Mr. O'Brien for his thought ful action...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Racing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 20 June 1914

Racing Notes. Somothing worth making n not" .. ,M tho Urn nil Nation,,1 connection learned at C'aulliold today. Thisn ticulnr meeting usually attracts jumping talent expected to tako an important part in Hit) Winter Campaign, may bo no this nftornoon. Ono n« the most interesting homes of tho m0. ment is Uccnsine. He has an onTT, "it'll' in the Hurdle Jineo to day, and ??. running should giro us a guide as to h , ".National"prospects. The Bobadl gelding 18 gifted with a very "icc tur" of speed, and i9 sura to have boueflted In hin jumping by his recent race .i I'lcnungton. In this particular evont he did not get ovor his hurdles smoothly as could bo wished, but it should 1)0 mentioned in his favor tint ho had only been onco out in public pre viously over hurdles. Thus it is onlr /air to suppose that, profiting by tha knowledge gained nt I'lomington, IJsc. casino will be a bolter horso to day. 1\ MeC'abe, who is well known in the \\ estern district of Victoria, is cominu over from New...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Poultry as an Adjunct to the Farm. LECTURE BY THE GOVERNMENT EXPERT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 20 June 1914

Poultry as an Adjunct to the Farm. LECTURE BY THE GOVERNMENT EXPERT. Mr. Rcntoul, Government Expert in Poultry Culture, gave a most interesting lecture in the Mechanics' Hall, Camper down, on Thursday evening, tlth inst., under the auspices o[ the Camperdown Agricultural Society. The room was well filled. The lecturer, who is a young man, hold ing diplomas from French and English Schools of Agriculture, has had great ex perience in poultry, and explains his sub jectin a terse and non technical manner. Poultry keeping, said Mr. Rcntoul, could be made a profitable adjunct to farming, par ticularly in the northern wheat areas There were always seconds and thirds in the wheat crop, which it would pay better to feed to fowls than to bag and cart to the railways for disposal. It would be a more profitable outlet to get the money out of eggs than out of Ihc low price generally available for the residue of the threshing machine, fn conjunction with dairy farm ing, tooi poultry was a valuabl...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Buried Alive. EXTRAORDINARY SPECTACLE. THE MAN DUG UP AT MIDNIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 20 June 1914

Buried Alive. EXTRAORDINAKY SPECTACLE. THE MAN DUG UP AT MIDNIGHT. The announcement that Mr. S. U. Wil liams would drive a carriage blindfold through the streets and afterwards enter upon an hypnotic sleep of 56 hours' dura tion, attracted a grcal'crowd iu Koroit street on Wednesday afternoon. The pcr fornianco was advertised to start at two o'clock, and by that time the street was lined with a crowd of curious spectators, but the only thing to be seen out of the ordinary was a man engaged in the cheer ful occupation of digging a grave in an adjoining allotment, with a plain black cofiin reposing on the ground close by. The onlookers increased in numbers as time wore on, and some of the more jocose re lieved the tedium of waiting by chaffing the grave digger and exchanging gruesome witticisms with their friends. Vehicles were drawn up along the roadway, almost completely blocking the traffic. About three o'clock the promoters succeeded in getting a number of gentlemen to act as a co...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE FRUIT TRADE OF VICTORIA. ITS PRESENT STATUS FROM [?] COMMERCIAL STANDPOINT. OVERSEA TRADE.—ITS [?]STRIBU[?] TION AND MARKETING. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 20 June 1914

bXHE FRUIT TRADE OF VICTORIA, I fTS l'HESKN'T STATUS FROM CO.MMKltUlAl, STANDPOINT. ' OVElisKV THADli.-ITS MST1UHU TION ANU MAKKET1NG. (Ity K. Mocking, Senior Fruit Inspec tor, ill "Journal of Agriculture.") AI pi.'sont our fiuit.s are pl'iiipipallj convoyed to oversea maiKists by vessel* belonging to the following companies l\ mid O. (Mail) to United Kingdom via. fciuois; 1', add O. (Cargo) to United Kingdom via Sen/.; I', mid .0. (llrnuuhi lo United Ki via. Capo Town; Client (Mail) to U.jUhI Kingdom) via. Suez; White Star (Liverpool) lo Unito Kingdom and South Africa via. C'api> town; White Star (Aberdeen) to Uui tod Kingdom and feoutli Atrica via Capetow n; Uluo Funnel to United Kingdom via. Sue/.; Federal llouldor SJiiro to United Kingdom via. Suez iVorddeutschor -l.lnvd to IJnilod King dom via. Suez; Mossagories Maritimci to Ceylon, India and Marseilles via Suez; German Australian lo Uollnuo and li'cnnany via. Suez; liiitish India to Indian Ports, Singapore, Java Halavia, et...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Koroit Petty Sessions. FRIDAY, JUNE 19. (Before Mr. E. Williams, P.M.) VACCINATION CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 20 June 1914

Koroit Petty Sessions. FRIDAY, .TUNE 19. (Ueforo Mr. 13. Williams, P.M.) VACCINATION CASKS. Thomas Mnhony was charged with nob having his chilil vnccinntod. A cortificnlo from Dr. Orchard wan pro duced, saying tlio child waa unwell, nnd tlio cnao wag adjourned. Cnsns against W. J. Ooodon and J. 8. Mntters wero similarly dealb with, MCUNSINd ACT. Ijealie Johnston wns oharged with being found on tbo premises of the Mnilor's Flnt Iiotcl at unhiwful hours on 30th April, nnd pleaded guilty. Mr. Duffy appearod for the prosecu tion. Sergeant Mncpherson said on tlio dato named ho visit.'d the hotel nt 3.10 a.m. Dofendnnb said ho wns not going to slay tliero. Uo did tiob at tempt to mnko any oxcuso, Finod £2, with £1 Is costs. John MTjaren was chnrgod with n similar offence. Sergt. Macpherson said on 9th April defendant wns in tho Mailnr's Flnt hotel nb 12.3D n.ui. Fined £2, with £1 Is costs. James Hardy was charged with n similar ofYenco at) 3 10 a.m. on 30th April. v Si'rgt. Mncpherson sai...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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United Friendly Societies' Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 20 June 1914

United Friendly Societies' Committee. The commiuce of the above met on Tuesday evening, when there were pre sent-Messrs R. Paton (president), E. E Pearson, J. McEvitt, M. Thistlethwaite, J. WiiKins, A. Conlan, G. H. Matters and M. Crowe. CORRRSPONDENCB. From the Koroit Borough Council agreeing to forgo the charge for electric current at the picture show in the gardens on IOth March as requested, PURCHASING AN AMBULANCE. The secretary of St. John's Ambulance Association wrote stating that he was enclosing an estimate of the cost of an up-to-date ambulance, made by the Mel bourne firm which does similar work for the association. He would be willing to supervise the waggon while building was in progress. The secretary said the estimate was not enclosed with the letter. He had written to that effect but had received no reply. The president said seeing that St. John's Ambulance Association failed to forward the specification and estimate it had oc curred to him that they should seek in f...

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