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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 17 January 1914

IN MEMORIAM. PEARSON.-In loving memory of our darling ISIeie, who died on 12th January, 1913. Sadly missed. [Inserted by h&r loving parents, Mr. and Mrfi. i£. E. Pear&on.]

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 — 17 January 1914

Racing Notes. it now seems pretty well assured that It Radnor, Andelosia and Ulva's also will all finish their St. Leger Preparation at flemington. Andelosia is already a hero; Radnor will join W. S.   . Hickenbotham's team on his arrival from West Australia; and as J. Allhop genurally puts up at "headquarters" on his visits from Sydney, it May be safely assured that lio will bo at flemington. before long with Ulva's Isle.   The relative doings of tho leading St. leger candidates on tho trucks asure to be watched with n groat deal of interest. It is evidently intended to givo   bulllawarra another opportunity of distin guishing himself in the flat racing   dpartment. The track jumper figures among the nominations for tho Aus tralian cup, a race that has several Times previously fallen to representa tives of the jumping brigade. As is usually the ease, the Sydney siders have nominated very freely for the newmnrket Handicap. It has a...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EITHER WOULD DO. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 January 1914

? -v EITHER WOULD DO. lijrlor-"I see just what's the matter with you. You need something strength ening. Eat a plate of oatmeal, boiled, every morning for breakfast." Patient-"1 do, doctor." lioctor (equal to the occasion)-"Then leave it off." " AfiBKiED-On September 12, Herbert toufi Bollingstono and Evangeline Jcnnlt Uoso." Thus does one familiar pro?«b «. dire a deathblow.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FAVOURITE FIGURE OF SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 January 1914

TI1E FAVOURITE FIGURE OF SPEECH. J'robably there is nothing under the sun which is the basis of so large a num ber of figures of speech as water. A poor argument'won't hold water;' a babbler is a 'leaky vessel'; a half drunken man 's'half sens over'; 4 fishing in troubled waters' is another name for getting into trouble; * still waters run deep' is a hint that your quiet and demure person has more in him than the world sup poses ; if a man is in a bad predicament, he is in * hot water5; disappointment is a k wet blanketwhen a lover gets 4 the mitten11 cold water is thrown on his hopes'; the hungry man's mouth 4wa ters'; the strengthlcss arc 'weak as water'; sometimes it 'rains' blessings; when an ovatov begins to be tedious we say he has 'run dry'; news is always 'afloat'; speculators are often 'swamped'; many people find it impossible to'keep their heads above water'; and very often, in the .absence of data for conjecture, wc are 'all at sea.'

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 January 1914

Personal. Mr. O. Pye (formerly of ICirkstall), lias been transferred from Lake Bolac to Dorinallum State school. Mr. Thomas Vinen, who has been in an indifferent state of health for some time past, became an inmate of the Port Fairy hospital on Tuesday. Senior-Constable I1. Matthews, ol Avoca, who has teen appointed to succecd Ser^t. O'Brien in charge of Koroit police dis trict, assumed duty early in the week. . The marriage of Miss May Tillcy, daughter of Mr. Joseph Tilley, "Ariuga," Port Fairy, took place in Melbourne this week. The young couple's future home will be in Sydnev. Warrnambool is having its long roll of barristers and solicitors added to, Mr. Duffy, of Melbourne, having decided to practice his profession in the town. Mr. C. Robinson, of Port Fairy, who won the motor car raffled in connection with the Castlcmainc hospital carnival, has sold it to Mr. J. Gauley for £200. The winning ticket was purchased at the Koroit show. Dr. Higgins, R.C. Bishop of Ballarat, will visi...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHE WANDERED AWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 January 1914

Sl|E WANDERED AWAY. . Lonoly and wild, To. the ocean's sido, She wandered a way at oven; Ere a star oflight Shone out thro* tho night. To point the way to heuven. The night grew fast4 And she hurried past, And down by the voeks to tho short No 0110 was there To hoar her prayer Naught save the wild wind's roar. 13eforo her lay Out o'er the bay, A desert of water drear; Whilo overhead A pall was spread, . That seemed to grow moro near. " I know he is dead," 'Twos thus alio said, " Far out on the hissing wave; But 1 hear a ery, Thro' tho tempest high, 0/ voices out on his grave. u That voico from tho sea, I know, calls me To meet my love returning; It seems to chide J Why ! abide Yes, darling, I am coming." When night passed away And came tho day, Willi (lie sun all bright above'; There dead she lay, 'Midst the glistening spray, Bui her spirit had joined her love. Jons M. UltQUIiART,

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Irish Pipe Band. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 January 1914

Irish Pipe Band. A well attended meeting of the com mittee of the Koroit Irish pipe band was held in St. Patrick's Hail, on Monday night. In the absence of the president Mr. J. M'Gann was voted to the chair. Mr. Gcraty intimated that he had been approached by Mr. Leddin about getting the committee's consent to the band attending the forthcoming Hawkcsdale races. A formal invitation would come from llawkesdale later. Mr. Leddin would have all arrangements made for conveying the band. Resolved that the invitation be accepted, and a vole of thanks was passed to Mr. I-eddin for the practical proof of the keen interest lie takes in the band. The consent of the committee was also granted to the band to attend the picnic races to-day. Mr. Geraty asked if any apologies had been received from those members of the band who failed to put in an appearance on New Year's Night. It was not fair to the band if members persisted in absenting themselves when the band was playing in public. The culpri...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ESTEEM YOUR BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 January 1914

ESTEEJI YOUR BUSINESS. A common trouble with us all is thit «-e fail in our business because we think little of it. No man truly succeeds in any calling who lias a poor opinion of it. No .nan h;is a good opinion of his business ;. ho uses it only to make money out of it. No man can have the best conception of his business who does not esteem it for its usefulness. And the higher we go-if "higher" and "lower" are proper terms 10 use in considering the different honor able and useful walks of life-the more clearly will it appear that he who only es teems his business for the living or money that is in it, must, if judged by any high standard, be a failure. -Dr. Hapgooi,

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local Produce Market. Koroit, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 January 1914

Local Produce Market. ICoroit, Friday. Under ihc influence of nn improved Melbourne market nnd smaller deliveries locally, the piicc for potatoes hardened towards the end of the week, and yesterday was fairly firm at £2 for pink-eyes, and up to £4 for reds. Several trucks of rods and a few tons of pink-eyes have been shipped to Queensland, a preference being shown for the red skins on account of better carry ing quality. A good Victorian country de mand has also helped to strengthen the market, ' Hatley.- Nominal values «irc from 2s Gd to 2s 9d per bushel, but farmers are not in* clined to acccpt these prices, and except for one or two small lols, no business has been done, Neither buyers uor sellers evince a desire to do business. Onions--A few early onions have been taken out in the Killarney district} and these should be ready to market in about ten days. The prospect for this class of pro duce is good, about £7 per ton olFeiing locally. Crops throughout the district are lighter ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 January 1914

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. ORANGF, MARMALADE.-Take six or eight pounds of biltcr oranges, and the same weight of lump sugar. Pare oft" the yellow skins of the oranges, taking off as little of the white skin beneath as possible. Cut the parings into small strips or chips, and cut thcin again across, which will make them still smaller. Put them in a pan, with as much water as will cover them. Boil them un til quite soft, and strain them through a sieve. Lay the chips aside. Next, quar ter the oranges, and scrape out the pulp and the juicc into a dish, throwing away the white skins, films, and seeds. Put the pulp, the juice, and the chips together in the pan, with the sugar, and keep stirring till it boils. Let it boil for half an hour ; skim it, and pour it into jars. When cold, paper the jars and set aside for use. The above is called chip marmalade; when the marmalade is wanted smooth the skins must be boiled and then poun ded, instead of being cut into chips. Some persons add the juice and p...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Koroit Petty Sessions. FRIDAY, JANUARY 23. (Before Messrs Norman and Bourke, J's.P.) DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 January 1914

Koroit Petty Sessions. FRIDAY, JANUARY 23. (Before Messrs Norman and Botirke, J's.P.) Di:»r. Coiighlan and Watt v. Thomas Ryan; claim for £ll 10s., goods sold. Mr. Cham bers for plaintiff. C. Watt said the amount was balance of a larger debit, of which only L3 had been paid during 1913. Defendant said his account was £18 odd, and now he had receipts for Liq IOs., and plaintiff took three tons and three-quarters of hay, for which he claimed Ho Ifis. Plaintiff produced his ledger and read the items, and an order for the amount claimed was made, with Lt 6s. costs. l'ROitinrno.N orof.k. W. J. Leddin applied f r a prohibition order against J. I£. Crowe, and said de fendant had been drinking and wasting his substance. Constable Nicol said defendant's con duct had frequently been brought under his notice. He had tried to get an order against him, but Mr. Leddin was the only one who would come forward and do it. No doubt defendant was wasting his estate. Prohibition orders granted for Town ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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A PARLOUR SECRET. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 January 1914

PAKLOUK SECUK'f. "SYhy docs the family rocking chair That's silent nil tho week, On Sunday nights in mad despair Proceed to mildly squeak ? Whenever father rocks it will In gentle swaying no. It never pcpius to squeak until Tho daughter has n beau. Ah! who that knows tho eauso troutd dart To spoil tho lovers' fun ? .. Two so nls with but a singlo chair; Two forms that rock ns ono." -Chicago livening Poll.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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DISTRICT NEWS. PORT FAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 January 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. PORT FAIRY. Tlie seaside visitors' association is active in promoting Port I'airy as a seaside re sort. Tlie Terang excursionists have been informed that the Casino would be running round the hay on the 5th, when water sports will probably be held. An effort to obtain a visit from the war-ships proved unsuccessful. Several improvements have been carried out at the south beach. On Thursday 500 children and adults visited Port Kairy by special train run in connection with Christ Church Sunday school. Mr. A. Rodgers, M.H.R. informs the borough council that he would do his best to secure the department's approval of ihe establishment of a wireless station at Port Kairy, but the expense of operating the system would 110 doubt weigh with the department. He was endeavoring to arrange in this connection that the defence department share in the cost of operating, and no doubt arrangements could be made with one of their local oflicers to take charge of the service. A seaport t...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 January 1914

WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS The Latest Designs now open for inspection. CALL AND SEE THEM OK WRITE FOR PATTERNS. P. F. HARPER, .House and Sign Painter [KSTABLtSHKD 15 YEARS.] EXTRAORDINARY. JUST ARUIVED. Large Assortment of ART FRAMES, In various designs and sizes, priecs 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. <e your rooms look natty for Xmas. by laying one of Linoleums on your floors. RUGS, MATS and CARPETS in Large Variety. T. RUNDELL & SON, FCKMSBMKffi WAKBEOCSE. WJJ FUNERALS CONDUCTED IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE. .PHONE No. IB: TO PERSONS ABOUT TO BUILD. BEFORE CALLING ELSE \V HE HE CALL UPON OR WRITE TO SIMMONDS & HAIN, TIMBER MERCHANTS AND CONT&ACTOSS, KOEOIT, And grot tboir Prices for all K. In els of Suilding' Material. Palings, Posts, and Kails, and all kinds of Builder'...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 January 1914

Koroit Weekly Sale. .THURSDAY, JANUARY 29. 01 ORIEN BROS, wil Soil by Vublic JL* Auction on abovo date, when llioy will offer CATTLE. !> Primo Ctnvs from Killarney *1 I'orwurd Springing Cow# 15 Choice Autumn Springing " . - Springing Cows and Heuora 20 good Sloro Cows SnBHl': .15 Primo Crossbred Ewes 50 do Lambs 280 Crossbred Ewes, ?! yours, in fair order 300 Comeback Wethors, 6 and H-tooth, In good condition PIGS. HORSES. SUNDRIES. Spoclal Buyer for strong, woll-grown 8Tt_>RKS in attendance Warrnambool Corporation "STards. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28. O' BROS will Sell by Public Auction, nt tho Corporation Yards, en the above dato the following CATTLE: 5 Prime Cows from Yangery 12 good conditioned Cows 10 Springing ileifors, a choico lot 4 bulls SHEEP. 40 Prime Crossbred Ewes and VVotbers SO extra primo heavy crossbred Ewes 70 Prime Lambs HOKSES SUNDRIES. TUESDAY, JANUARY 27. 1'AT & STORE PIGS. KOROIT SALE YARDS, THURSDAY, 29th JANUARY. LAND SALE?" LAND SALE. /~\>DRIEN* ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 January 1914

O N E W A Y TOWAUBS MAEIWG A HAPPY HOME 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 ate 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 FTIH.DrXTUB.E is Undeniable. DON'T WASTE IMEONEY. "Waste njakes 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 SUITING- FKOBX E. B. LIBBIG STREET W&SftMMBOOL NOW: THAT. ... Christmas and the Holidays are approaching, Ifsmt iisai . By Getting on Early for a Suit from the i"-A.'sra:a:o3sr All the Very Latest and Most Up-to-Date Suitings to Choose from. Also the Latest in Shirts and Ties. JOHN OLEARY, TAILOR, - COMMERCIAL ROAD, --KOROIT. THE LATEST I...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE Koroit Sentinel AND Tower Hill Advocate. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING JANUARY 24. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 January 1914

dentine! ®ou'cv $iU JMiwatc. rCHLIBUKI) KVKRY S&TURD&T SATURDAY MORNING J.miAiiY 21. Current Topics. Last week the Main Roads Board, Mr. Caldwell (engineer and chairman), Mr. M'Cormack (engineer), and Mr. Friccke (financial expert) motored over ioo miles of the Hampden shire roads. The mem bers of the board state that the board was created to assist the municipalities, and not to harass them. The board will not take away a single right from a munici pality, but it will naturally require that the approval of the board shall be ob tained for work to be executed by a municipality on main roads taken over by the board. When it makes a road, the board bears the cost of the whole of the construction by payments extending over 3152 years. Repayments are made on scale of 6 per ccnt. on the amount charged the council (that is half the whole cost of the construction work) and the repayment at 6 per cent (interest and sinking fund) extend over 31^' years. This is to say, that i...

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 — 24 January 1914

At the Port Fairy police court on Tues day Mr, M. Pallas was proceeded against by the Belfast shire council on a charge of having driven a waggon with an exccss load. Evidence was given that the wag gon contained an exccss of the 20 cwt. allowed by the Ad. A line of 2s 6:1 for each cwt. in exccss was inflicted, totalling £2 IDS, witli £1 3s (id costs, \V. Geldhoff, the owner of the vehicle, was also fined 2s 6:1, and £1 gs 2d costs for not having the weight of the vehicle painted on the waggon. Mr. J. Boyd appeared for the council in both cases. WHOLESOME DRINK ;y; GRACING ...... ' AND Koroit Waterworks Trust. TAl'i'IN'Ci OF MAIN'S. IT in hereby nolilinl that tin; Kornit Waterworks Ti Uhl have not a«ide I he Tuesday in tuw.U week an the day on which Uio Mains nny ho tipped, and it has further huen resolved that Two Days notice of intention to tap the Mains, must be given lo Mr. K. l'rior» lliu Trust's InHpcc« tor. J»y Order, KUJIIARD LAKVAN, * Secretary. VOUK... Summer Suit SHOULD I...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising Margarine. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 January 1914

Advertising Margarine. A mutter which escapes notice in all lliis liullcr controversy, a well-known expert points out, is the splendid advertisement given lo margarine. Manufacturers of this product should certainly be thankful to those boosting the butter producers' in terest's ; and no father of a family need hesitate about placing on the table so wholesome (as everyone seeks to impress 011 us) an article. Summed up, the situa tion seems lo he that Mr. Osborne, the manager of llic Western District Co-opera tive Butter Factories Co., has had some of Ins previous ideas knocked on the head by his trip lo liurope, and docs not mind ad mitting it, on which lie is to be eompli plimentcd. It is rather expensive for the shareholders, however, lo travel so far to Icarn what has been so strenuously urged at this end. Re coloration of margarine, for instance, the idea of stopping it can be, once for all, dismissed from the realms of practical legislation. What is practicable is the preventio...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Melbourne Pig Market. January 21 and 22. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 January 1914

Melbourne Pig Market. January 21 and 2*2. Adnmson, Strottlo nnd Co., 3B0 Bourke St., Melbourne, report; The supply uumbcreil 2300, llie larger proportiou being bacon pigs. Storea.-The demand was irregular, and taking tliC/sales as a whole, prices rulud in favor of buyers. Best conditioned sorts made from 23s to 28s ; very few small pigs in. Porkcr6.-This class was only moderately supplied, still the demand was anything but brisk, and last week's prices were not nearly inr.intaine:]. Jiest 'iD:r to ? ^U^exVia .15s to 4$s',Tiglit froin IfUs! Bacon Pigs.-The demand was brisk, and taking quality into account. priccs ruled firm at last week's r.i'es. Prime 08s to 70s, extra 77s to 80s, with choice pens o! farm ers' pigs to (35s, primo medium and light wejghtij 63s tu 08a, intermediate Ironi 60s. Choppers. (BackfaUcrs).' 1 he demand was brisk, and prices firm, taking weight and quality into account. Kxtra prime heavy, fats £6 to £8 7» 8d, prime weights (rem £4 to <5, toughs fro...

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