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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 8 August 1914

Football. A mooting of tho committed o£ the Koroit club was held on Tuesday evening, when tho president (Mr. M. Bourke) occupied the chair. There was a good attendance. Correspond ence was received from a Pumim player, expressing his willingness to play with tho team late..- in tho season. Tho secretary of tho aboriginal foot ballers at) Lake CondB.il asked for a match about the last week iu Septem ber, when tho visitors would bo pre pared to give an exhibition of boomer ang throwing, spear throwing, and firo lighting. It was resolved to reply that a definite date could not ba fixed for such a match until the association's full programme was finally knowo, but thab Koroit would, if possible, favorably consider tho proposal later on Tho secretary reported a satis factory pioiit on tho special tiain, and also on tho ouchro tournament. Ac counts amounting to about £10 were passed for payment. The next throe matches in which the Koroit toani is ec.gagpd will bo played on tho local groun...

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 — 8 August 1914

Koroit Weekly Sale. iTHURSDAY, AUGUST 13. 0» l^RIKN 1SR0S. wil Soil by Public XJ Auction 011 nbovo date, whon they will offor CATTLE. 4 Kill Caws 6 Forward Springers, from H\ TJirolfall 5 Forward Springers, from P. Mttduou JO Store Co ws 18 Yearling Heifers, well bred SHEEP 320 Comeback Wethers, fat and forward 60 Crossbred Ewes and Lambs 40 Fat Crossbred Wethers PIGS. HORSES. SUNDRIES. SpociiU Buyer for strong, well-grown STORES in utfcond&uco Warrnamliool Corporation Yards. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12. 05 ORIEN BROS will Sell by Public JL> Auction, at the Corporation Varda, on tho abovo dato tho following CATTLE: 6 Prime I'at Cows "-".oruCows, in good condition SHEEP. at Wethers, from Yangery HOKSES SUNDRIES. (TUESDAY, AUGUST 11. & STORE PIGS. KOROIT. -?.''URDAY, 12th SEPTEMBER. GENUINE SALE OF £00 DAIRY COWS. 40 CHOICE SPRINGING HEIFERS. 50 STORE COWS. 0?T>RIENBROS. (in conjunction with JL> DALGETY &, COY .), have been instructed by Mr. W. M. Threlfall t...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 8 August 1914

FURNITURE Furniture for the Cottage or the , Mansion. :class? workmen erii ployecl at our Factory. >ne trial will convince you of the superiority of our goods. GIVE US THAT TRIAL. T? H , B. PHILLIPS, LIEBIG STREET W^SRNAMSOOL NEWEST NEWS OF THE NEWEST SUITS. Hero wo are, with absolutely the linest tiling ever ottered "in the way of Smart Winter Suitings, so if j'ou'ro wanting as good n suit as can hii, keep your eyes on us; HOW ABOUT YOUR NEW WINTER SUIT? You'll lincl it to your .advantage, to liavo your new Winter Suit by then, and you'll be swe andspan for. the holidays. Call and sec our lovely Patterns', and havo your, suit in time, F EszoaEe-oiT. TIMBER ME3CHANT, HIGH stkeet, INVITKa lNSl'KUTION 01" HIS STOCK OF Hardwood, Hurdles, Cement, Droppers, Gates, roughs, Pickets,-;^ g'Palings, Red Gum, Softwood, Iron, Etc. Call and Inspect, Before Purchasing Elsewhere. Sole Agent for.Koroit and District for Bates and Co.'s Open Fire Stoves Law Union and Bock Insurance Co. Commercial....

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Original Correspondence. [It must be distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] AMBULANCE APPEAL. To THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 8 August 1914

! Original Correspondence. [It must be distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] AMBULANCE APPEAL. To Tin: EDITOR. Sir,-As a meeting oi the Koroit United Friendly Societies' Committee on Tuesday evening it was decided to appeal through your columns to the public of Koroit and district for sufficient money to complete payment for the ambulance and building. Our committee has committed itself to an expenditure of nearly £170, of which there is £146 in hand, leaving a balance of £24 to make good, and I would ask you to receive subscriptions towards liquidating this debt. On behalf of the K.U.F.S.. Yours, etc., ROBT« PATON, President. [We will be pleased to acknowledge subscriptions. -ED. K.S. "J

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE Roroit Sentinel AND Tower Hill Advocate. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING AUGUST S. Current Topies. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 8 August 1914

XIIE fiovoit dentine! AND ftmrcv m wrote. PUBLISHED KYERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING AUGUST S. Current TopieS. It is intended to celebrate the 60 years' anniversary of St. Paul's Church in Koroit by holding a bazaar during Easter week in aid of the building fund, in the Koroit Mechanics' Hall. The question of whether the cadets would be asked to take pait in this year's Charity Carnival procession occupied the attention of members for a considerable time at the K.U.F.S. meeting on Tuesday evening. The matter was opened by Mr. Pearson moving that the cadets be not entertained. Mr. Thistlethwaite moved that the cadets be invited to take part and that the sum of £.2 be given in prizes. -Mr. Pearson said that the committee would lose £7, as tlicy would not pay to go in.-The president said no time was more opportune to draw attention to the fact that at the present moment the whole world was being moved by a mighty war. He felt they as citizens should always be prepared to do their part, ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 15 August 1914

WARRNAJlBOUlj. O'Brion Bros, report: Tuesday, August 11. Pigs.-500 punned, of which fully 320 i were atorea. Tho usual bacon pig buyora 1 were ia attendance, and bid freely for all | peua, aud prices were quito equal to late high rates. Stores, considering the number offered also Bold readily at full values. We sold 163 for Messrs. Thomas Ryan 93s, Kicly Bros. 05a 6d (top prico of the market), H, Porter 52a Gd, Uogc-r Lano 76s, John : O'Grady 92a Gd, J. U. Smith S7a, John O'Brien 93a 6d, and storoa for Mesara. C. Kellehor 54a 6dt Mrs. M'Carthy 45a Gd, W. Sinnotb 32a, Honry Trigg 37* Gd, J. John Bton 43a, Michael 0'Donohuo 29s 6d, Mrs. James Ryan 38a Gd and 33s, Thomas Williams 19a 6d and 34a, Michael Hally 32a 6d, Pat Gorman 34B, E. WicUham 38s, Mrs. Jenkins 20a, John Bonuett 42s, Jamea Fogarty 35a, and W. A. Leddin 38* 6d. I Quotations-Primo bacon pigs 87<» Gd to 95a ; Gd, good do. 80a to 8Gi, light weights 72a 8d I to 78s, best forward &torus 40i to 54* 6d, I we...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Stock Markets. KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 15 August 1914

Stock Markets. KOKOir. O'Brloa Bros, roport Tliur&day, Augufct'13. Fair yardinga forward for to day's Balo, And a full clearance. Pigs.-68 ponnod. The demand was not up to late marhots, And prices ruled about #s por (tend lower. Wc sold all forward for Messrs James Crow 28a, J, B. Kinsnn 34s, M. O'Donohuo 38s, Roid Norris 29s 3d, Michael Carey 22s 3d, Patrick Crowo 44s 6d, Patrick Bourko 95a nod 20*, Mrs Cruieo 10s 9d, J, Morris 22s, Goorgo Curler 15a and uuoto best stores 38a to 44a 6(1, well grown do 34s, slips 20s to 29s 3d, similar sorts 13s 9d to Ifs, brood sows j£4 J 5a. Sheep-190 ponncd. Practically no do* rnand, only ono small lot being sold at auction. Caltio-176 yarded. No fats forward. Springora were well rcprcBonted, and as aovernl outaido dairymen wero in attend* nnco, a brisk demand for all choice cows nod heifers al improved values. Forward conditioned cowu also mot a ready sale, but store cattlo of all clanaosj wuro lower, and sales hard to effcct. Wo sold 14...

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Koroit Plumpton. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 15 August 1914

Koroit Plumpton. " Vunch°"-0-T'nK appcars tl,ia week's ! Lest any reader should not ho sure of iri0liL3 r°s'''on on Iho map, it may be well tt) stale at tlio outset that it it a nourishing market town on tlic main line from Melbourne, midway between Warr namhuol and Port l'"airy. It is the centre of the richest licit ol nKricultur.il land in Australia, the (amoim "Tower Hill " coun ry. J lie return from small areas here being more than equivalent to tlio product ol large holdings in poorer country, settle ment around the lown of Koroil is very dense, 'this prelude upon agricultural matters may not appear to have much lo do ivilli coursing ; buf the object is to show * thorc is plenty of scope for such a club here. Tho towns of Penshurst, Hamilton, I erang, Colac and Camperdown, where coursing enthusiasts ,i|bo abound, are within easy distance by rail. Like many other ccntrcs which have declared for enclosures, the initiators of the movement at Koroifc would probably not have taken t...

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Racing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 15 August 1914

Racing Notes. Willi such it fltato of ohnos oxUt-infl /ill (HPI- tlio world it is diffiotilt to doivii nt tlio moincut to "tlift dio i-iipsion (if »"»« sport. There are i-riivcr iesiios hanging in tlio balanco I,'veil tlinii tlio Melbourne Cup I l'ro l.nlrlf miiuo unblinking Australian!) would iiuiigino un ovont of more con loin tluin Mio groat Kjiring race, but we am in reality no\r t/ico to fnco with a inattor which dwarfs nil other con jiirliinilimis. Tlio IndirntioiiB aa this is lioiiiK written indicato that sport of nil kinds may bo brought to u stand llill in I ho »Tr futuro. Tlio outlook is indeed very black. Hut littlo Rood ckii cotno of meeting ,|t0 def'l half way, no whilo racing (rm\s mi, wo must have nomothing to iiv about it. 'i\'iiliir;illy, tlio monaoo of war had its eiTect. on tho crowd nt C'aulfiold K:niiitluv. Tho attendance did not ;".,|,niw filiow a great, falling off, but that something in tlio de "p":ioiii- of tlie people which showed . tint tlicir thought* woi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 15 August 1914

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DISTRICT NEWS. WOOLSTHORPE. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 15 August 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. WOOLSTHORPE. (From our own Correspondent.) The third euchrc tournament in con nection with the forthcoming bazaar fund was held in the hall on Saturday evening, August I, twenty-two players taking part. The first prize was won by Mr. Jack McNamara, with Mrs. Keiior second, and Miss Kitty McLaren third. A very enjoy able dance followed, the music being supplied by Messrs McNeil and Kielor, while Mr. R. Guinea acted as M.C. The return ball given by the young ladies on Friday, 7th inst., proved to be the most successful ever held here. The hall was tastefully decorated with Coota mundra wattle bloom, lucerne and palms, with drapings of green and yellow. The stage, which presented a drawing-room appearance, was set apart for the on lookers, while card tables were available in the ante room. About 100 couples took part in the dancing. The supper was laid in the schoolroom, and the tables looked very tempting with vases of choice white bloom, daffodils and a wealth of viole...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE WAR. LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 15 August 1914

THE WAR. LATEST NEWS. A semi-official report has been received from St. Petersberg that the Russians drove the Austrians out of Sokal, and that the Austrian engineers blew up the bridges. An official report from Brussells says the Germans were repulsed at Hovillc with heavy loss, and a number of machine guns and material were captured. Fighting was continued throughout the day, the battle centre being Lacken, The Belgian sappers blew up two bridges in Deivar. In the evening 200 dead Germans were found between Deesl and Lacken within 50 yards. It is stated that the purchase of the Goeben by Turkey Is absolutely denied. Senator Millen, Minister for Defence states that it has been decided to call the Australian torce "The Australian Im perial Expeditionary Force." He added that the transport arrangements are well in hand. The German ships captured in Australia will be unloaded by the Customs officials at rhe expense of the consignees. Senator Millen states that the Scottish unit will a...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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EGC DAY FOR THE SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 15 August 1914

EGC. DAY FOR THE SOLDIERS. Silt,-Permit ine through the medium of your paper to suggest that an egg day be established in Koroit and district for the benefit of those brave men and boys who by duty's call have Rone to the dif ferent military encampments in Victoria. TliankiiiR you in anticipation, Yours, etc., M. E. LINDSAY. (The idea expressed by our correspon dent is an excellent one, and we will have pleasure in making arrangements to re ceive and forward to the proper quarter all CRKS sent in. Deliveries may be made at the "Sentinel" office, and Thursday, being market day, has been fixed upon as the most suitable. As hen fruit is plen tiful now there should be a Rood response, and we hope to be kept busy next Thurs day handlinc suonlies. which will be ack nowlcdgcd in due course? ED. A'..V.] " Cheap money," said tho business man, 41 Cheap food," tlio Ubonr said ; *' CJhoap beer," sung out old Dusty Dan, What mattors, beef or broad ! u That's very well," observed the sago, But yo...

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Melbourne Pig Market. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 15 August 1914

Melbourne Pig Market. 2000 yarded. StoresTuere was on increased supply, and prices were slightly lower. Beet 28a to 32s, seconds from 22a, slips 17a to 20a. Porkera.-The yurding was larger than of late, and competition not oo keen, conse quently prices svero from 3a to Ss per head lower than Jast week. Prime light 35a to 40a, prime heavy 45a to 49a, a few extra choico to 53s, Kaconere.-A largo number of bacon pigs wero to hand, the qualfty boing generally pretty good. Primo light 60a to Gfis, prime medium 67s to 74a, primo hoavy 78s to 87s, a few extra choice made up to 94a. The inarkot opened firm, but eased later on, and competition was vory patchy, and conse quently prices varied considerably. ttackf&tters.-There was again a very small number penned, and prices wero about equal to last week. Beat £6 to 17 10a prime and weighty A4 10a to £5 10i. routfh worn $5#,

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Original Correspondence. [It must be distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.) AMBULANCE FUND. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 15 August 1914

Original Correspondence. lit must bo distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.) AMBULANCE FUND. TO TtlE KdITUK. SIR,-With the object of encouraging voluntary subscriptions in preference to canvassing for same, our conimittcc begs to draw attention (in connection with the appeal made in your last issue) to the need of funds to complete payment for our ambulance building. The needof an ambulance for Koroit and district is too obvious to need recounting here, and ns we have secured one of the best horse drawn vehicles procurable in Victoria we confidently appeal for subscriptions, be lieving that the simple facts require to be made known to insure the loyal support which wc have always received from the people of this district. On behalf of the K.U.F.S. Committee, ROUT. PATON, President. Wc have to acknowledge the following donations:-O. J., 5s; Miss Lucy Tatoii, 2s6d; Mr H. Paton, 2s Cxi; Robt. Patodi cask of ccnicnt, value ...

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Koroit Petty Sessions. FRIDAY, AUGUST 14. (Before Mr. E. E. Williams, P.M.) DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 15 August 1914

Koroit Petty Sessions. FRIDAY, AUGUST 14. (Ucforc Mr. E. Ii. Williams, P.M.) DEBT. Archibald Black v. Martin O'Kccfc (Birregurra), claim for £5. Order for amount claimed, with 15s 6;1 costs. Murch nnd Taylor v. J. Malady, claim for £2 8s, goods sold and delivered. Mr. Mackay, for plaintiffs, said £2 had been paid on account. Order for 8s and costs. TRUANT, G. J. Young was chnrgcd with not complying with the compulsory clauses of Education Act. l'ined 5s. SHHliP TICK ACT. D. M. Iialiiwcll was charged with being the owner of certain sheep which had tick and which were sent to a sale yard. John Mathicson, inspector under the Dairy Supervision Act, said he found the sheep in Murch and Taylors yard last July, and they were badly infected with tick. Kincd £1. ON MCHNSI5D PRI5M1SKS. W. Deal and A. Paton were chargcd with being on the premises of the National Hotel, Wdolsthorpe, on 5th July. De fendants pleaded guilty to being on the premises. Senior-Constable Matthews said on Sunday, 5th J...

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United Friendly Societies' Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 15 August 1914

United Friendly Societies' Committee. There was a fair attendance at a meeting of the K.U.S.F. on Thursday evening, the president (Mr. Kohl. Pnton) in the chair. cAKNiVAi. ruoiTrs. Mr. A. Skilbcck moved (hat the profits be divided the sauics as last year-onc-thinl each to (tic Warrnatnbool and Port Fairy hospitals, and one Ihird to be retained by the committee. There were a Rood many uses to which the money could be devoted locally to good advantage, and had they taken a third o( the profits (com the com mcnccmcnt they might now have been in a position to build a cottage hospital, in stead of sending eases to Wairnamboot and Port Fairy. Mr. T. Paton considered onc«third would he loo much to hold back, lie moved that each hospital get 10 per cent, of Ihe profits, and the committee retain 20 per cent. Ho thought tiiat would he sufficient to keep thctn going. Seconded by Mr. J. McKvitt. Mr. Pearson 89id if £100 was cleared that division would hardly get (he coin mittce out of debt. The...

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Green Manuring [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 15 August 1914

Ureen Manuring Tlifl clfcct of given manuring varies according to tho character of tlio Boil 60 treated. Saudy or gravelly soil aro imulo darker iu colour and hold moisture bettor. Clay soils becoiuo more porous ami l'riablo, making thorn less likely to bake after rains or pud dle while being worked, as well as less apt to wash. Indeed, tho troatinont is good for any upland soil, as tho added lnimus causes it to produco more largely and wash away loss. Tho addition of humus to tho soil is tho greatest achievement. Tho host green manuring crop is tho crop that lurnislios tho most material wliich will doc.iv readily and thus form hu mus and leave no, or very little, acid. Deep-rooted plants orb hotter tluui shallow-rooted, as tho roots ponotrnto tho subsoil, thus making it porous, and .when those rot add huuius. Air and water find an easier way into tho earth yrlioro tho deep-rooted plants wore. Most any gveou stuff ploughed tuidor is usually hotter than nothing, but tho leguminous pl...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Koroit Bowling Club. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 15 August 1914

Koroit Bowling Club. X meeting of tlie committee of the Koroit Bowling Club was held on Saturday even ing last. The president, Cr. M. Bourkc, occupied the chair. Others present were Messrs. Eccles, Watt, Peters, Stevenson, Skilbcck, Gcraty, and Simmo'nds. After the minutes of the previous meeting were confirmed,a discussion ensued as to whether, in view of the adverse report pre sented by the joint secretaries, after due enquiry, the proposed ball should be held. Finally it was decided that as there was not likely to be the success anticipated, the project should be abandoned. Keports were received from Mr. Watt regarding the rollers and lawn mowers' he had inspected in Melbourne on behalf of the club. Mr. Skilbcck was empowered to make further enquiries about rollers and report to the next meeting. The green was reported to be looking well, and that the grass will require lo be cut very soon and the ground rolled. Con sequently there should be no more delay than possible in procuri...

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 15 August 1914

Football. Tho Port Fairy footballers have lost some players connected with tho naval brigade owing to tho war, and lasb Saturday the seaside team was hardly as good a9 usual, Koroit wag minus Lindsay, Shortall, and the Propisch Bros., the vacancies being filled by junior players, who gave a satisfactory account of thciuselvea. Up to lmlf time tho scoring was fairly even, but onwards from that period Koroit held a strong position, and the issue was never in doubt. The iinol scor>;s wore : -Koroit, 7.13 ; Port Fairy, 1 5. For the winners tho best work was accom plished by B. Hulln, 11'Vicar, Mul care, Hnnnabury, 0. Crowe aud Hur rey. On the losing eido tho most conspicuous wore Booth?, Treganowa'n, Reiily, Jennings, and M'Callum. Ko roit's goal kickers wero ICeogh (3), M. Dunne (3), and Josephs. Somo ad verse comment was caused by the action of Tate in not advising that ho would bo unable to umpire the game until three o'clock. His place was taken by W. Dolan, who did well undor th...

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