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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 22 August 1914

Practical Prescription Against Stomach Acidity. BY A SPECIALIST. 'f Nine-tenths of all cases of stomach trouble nowaday," says a leading specialist, u are caused by too much acid. In the beginning Ihc stomach itself is not deceased, but if this acid condition is allowed to con tinue, the acid is very likely to cat into the stomach walls and produce stomach ulcer or cancer, cither of which may render a radical surgical operation necessary, even to prolong life. Therefore an 'acid sto mach' is really a dangerous condition anil should be treated seriously. It is utterly useless to take pepsin and ordinary stomach tablets. The excess acid must be neutral ised by the administration of an cflicicnl antacid. Kor this purposo physicians nearly always recommend taking half a teaspoon fulof bisurated magnesia in a little water after each meal. Larger quantities may bo used if necessary, as it is absolutely harm less' But be sure to get Hie bisurated magnesia, as other forms of magnesia have h...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Federal Election. MR. W. H. EDGAR AT KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 22 August 1914

The Federal Election. MR. \V. II. EDGAR AT ICOROIT. There was a good attendance, in which Indies predominated, to hear Mr. W. II. Edgar, one of the selected Liberal Senate candidates, speak at the Koroit Mechanics' Hall on Thursday afternoon. Mr. John Anderson occupied the chair, and briefly introduced the speaker. Mr. Edgar, who was received with ap plause, prefaced his remarks by referring to the war. Both political parties in Australia had been marshalling their forces enthusiastically when suddenly they found their country plunged in war. Australia was now on a war footing for the lirst time in her history, and llicy had to shoulder their responsibilities as a nation the same as France, Russia, and the others. Whatever chances may comc to other nations as a result of the war may just as likely come to Australia. They were endeavoring to maintain the traditions of the home land, and were prepared to stand by their country, Em pire and Kini;. It was hard to realise that in this en...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
War Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 22 August 1914

War Notes. Germany is undoubtedly in good condition for a great war so fur #3 trained men, warliko stores, and a war chest is concerned. Hut it may 1)1) doubted that her food supplies arc equally ainplo. If her food supplies are not rquul to a long campaign she will lio in n hud way when the short age sots in. Tlio eca is barred to her, Russia, the greatest grnnary of the world, is closed against her, France and liritain aro actively hostile, and there is a prospect of Holland being sealed down. Both sho and her partner, Austria, will have to rely mainly on what they can produce for tlieni. mi?/ i;un pruuuco ror them sclvpfl. If the troops in the field have to go hungry tlio war will il»g. Victory, of course, would alter the complexion, Ithis cau hardly ho regarded as a possibility at present. Tim move'tnciits of the armies have been shrouded in almost impenetrable mystrry. In tlio near neighborhood of Chalons, Waterloo and Sedan-his toric names, each of them-the Teuton must now win...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Golf. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 22 August 1914

Golf. The following are the scores made last Saturday in the competition (or the tro phies presented by Mr. Gapes. Mrs. Walter Riddcll and Mr. A. Gibson handed in the best cards among the ladies and gentleman respectively. LADIES. (12 Holes.) Gross, IIcp. Net. 75 ' 24 51. 20 SB Mrs. W. Kiddell Miss K. Dwycr Miss N. Riddcll Mrs. Coto ... Miss.G. O'Brien Miss Kiddell Miss Nicol... Miss K, O'Brien .. 7(1 .. 74 .. . 86 .. 91 .. 101 A 101 .. 03 GENTLEMEN. A. Gibson ... C. Howell ... W. Gordon J. Caldwell W. J. Eccles A. H. Baird J. O'Brien... D. O'Brien... E. O'Brien... Dr. Coto ... VV. Riddcll... J. Gapes, junr, R. M'Mastcr F. O'Brien J. Gapes, senr. ._ 95 ... 101 ... S8 ... 97 ...'103 ' ... S-t ... OS ... 93 ... 32 ... 112 ... 103 ... 112 ... 102 ... 102 ... 120 50

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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General Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 22 August 1914

General Summary. I\ umbel's of volunteers fpr tlio Ann. Irnhiiu t-xprdilc'iinry lony tou|; |ralI1 on Wednesday from \-nlions countir rt'iihcs lor tho concentration camp at liinadiuradouH. In nil tlto principal ti.iviii laiou'dl ceremonies hnd I,,!,!,, nrriuigcd. mid oousidornblo enthusiasm was ovinmi. There appears lo bo n doubt j" t[ minds ol' niiin.v people ns lo ivltctlicr tlio recent proclamation prohibiting tlio tniiisfoioiKo of oertnm priKcribed goods, eonslwiso or from Stnto to ?Statu, also applies to tlio removal of Midi articles to vnrioiis parts of tlio rnnii»nnweiill.li by rnil. Tlio Con troller-Gi'imrnl of Customs (Mr. Mills) utntcil on Wednesday tlint tlio procln innlinn did not apply to goods covered by rnil. or in any otlior matter over hind. A telegram received from Fremnntlo on Wednesday, statc<I Hint F.M.S. Aiislrnlien, which has beon detained 111 Fremnntlo silico llio outbreak of (|t0 war, will now coiitinno her voyage to Mai'soiHe-i. F.Jl.S. Sydney wil...

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 — 22 August 1914

Koroit Weekly Sale. THURSDAY, AUGUST 27. 01 ORIEN BROS, wil Soil by Public Auotion on above date, whon they will offer CATTLE. 4 Prime Cowi\ from IvUtvrncy 5 Choico Dairv Cowa, from \\\ M. Throl fall 6 Choico Dairy Cows, from J. Baulcb, juur> 5 Choico Dairy Cowa, from T. Williams U Choice Springing Hcifera JO Forward Conditioned Cows SHEEP 20 Primo 2 tooth Crossbreds !10 Comobnek Ewes and Lamb# FIGS. HOKSES. SUNDRIES. Special Buyer for ntrong, well-grown STORES in attendance Warrnambool Corporation yards. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26. O, ORIEN BROS will Soil by Public JD Auction, at tho Corporation Yards, on tho abovo date the following CATTLE: 5 Primo Cows, from vVurrong S Forward Conditioned Cows 10 Forward Springing Cows and Hoifera SHEEP. 00 Primo Hoavy Crossbred Wethers 15 Primo Lambs HOKSES SUNDRIES. TUESDAY, AUGUST 25. FAT & STORE PIGS. EOROIT, SATURDAY, 10th SEPTEMBER. GENUINE SALE OF 200 DAIRY COWS. 40 CHOICE SPRINGING HEIFERS. 50 STORE COWS. O'TJRIEN BROS, (in conjuncti...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 22 August 1914

Furniture for the Cottage or the Mansion. Only first-class workmen em ployed at our Factory. )ae trial tviH convince you of the superiority of our goods. GIVE US THAT TRIAL. E. B. PHILLIPS, LIEMG STftEBT W&SSNAMSOOL The Besi-The Cheapest machines ARE SOLD BY A LOCAL FIRM. PRICES: £3 10s. j £9 15s. I.ntjj Guarantee. * £ASY TE2H3, Taste 4 and Found THE BEST. «n us« all over Ihj Commonwealth. The Comfort cf Thousands of Housewives. They save more money and do more work with less labor than any other machine on th>: murlut, and you can't \v?flr them oat. Ward Bros. WARD BROS., 36-38 Errol St., North Melbourne Tiwaas. KtEIlCHAlJT, HIGH STREET, INVITES INSPECTION OF HIS STOCK OF. Hardwood, Hurdles, Cement, Droppers, Gates, Troughs, Pickets, 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'Rock Insurance Co. Commercial... Hotel,-ass. COMMBSCI&I/ KO...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE Koroit Sentinel AND Tower Hill Advocate. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING AUGUST 22. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 22 August 1914

Tins AND ftiuvcv §iiU £Miwute. rOBLlSHKD KVKRY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING AUGUST 22. Current Topics. "Egg day" will again be observed next Thursday, and we invite the co-operation of everyone in the district in making it a huge success. As usual eggs may be left at the "Sentinel" office, where the packing and other arrangements will be carried out. The troops at Broadmeadows will, doubtless, greatly appreciate the luzury of eggs for breakfast. Last Thursday's total was 140 dozen eggs. A meeting of the Koroit Racing Club committee was held on Monday evening, the principal business being to draft a programme for the Spring meeting of the club, on Saturday, 24th October. There were present-The president (Mr. John Downey), and Messrs. Simmonds, Matters, Bourke, Kelly, Gleeson, and F. O'Brien. Mr. Simsionds reported having inter viewed the All Star Dramatic Co. about an entertainment on race night, but as some of their prominent performers would be absent from the district at that time th...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE WAR. LOCAL PATRIOTISM SHOWN. 140 DOZEN EGGS FOR TROOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 22 August 1914

THE WAR. LOCAL PATRIOTISM SHOWN. 1.(0 DOZ15N KGGS FOR TROOPS. The wave of patriotism and loyalty which hits swept throughout Australia since the outbreak of the European war has found expression in the Koroit dis trict in vaiions praiseworthy ways. Many women arc devoting their spare moments to making comforts for the troops which will soon be on the way to England. The Woolsthorpe working bee has made up a large number of Manuel shirts, and at the last meeting 31 workers (with live machines), were present. The material has all been donated by residents. A movement initiated by Miss Ander son, at the State school, lias been heartily supported by the scholars with the result that many dozen handkerchiefs will be forwarded in due course. The mayor (Cr. M. Bourke), lias called a meeting of ladies and gentlemen for next Tuesday evening, in the Mechanics' hall, to arrange the details for holding a patriotic demonstration and for assisting Australia's troops who are going to the front. Th...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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FIGHTING TUBEROULOSIS [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 29 August 1914

riGHTING TUBEROULOSIS Tho wiso man v.-ho has any reason to fear his own s»asoepUbUity to tuhorcu josis will cultivate a liking for outdoor rcoreatiou. (iardening, perhaps. is the bfst of all, on however humble n soulo it might, ho. Tho town Vnrkor, when lie can afford it; should mako n praelicu of going into tho eouniry for ivooJc-«uls. All ill-ventilated ji»d slull'.v place*-as. for example, public mcot iriv- of all kinds, music halls and pub lic houses, etc., and in many ca*es, hu\ friends1 houses-should ho avoided. The consumptive is wiirnod against taking another's advico as to the cli male which will imit him host. Fur some a braoing air is tho best. t* i:d i*.:r others a relaxing^ climate. Some; are best at son, others are better in land, While there: is no panacea m any particular place or climate, thp chine; to avoid is a damp-holding or ill drained subsoil or Hay. A soil''.of snivel or sand should be the objective. Tho main point, - if tho consumptive needs advice ^on this ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 29 August 1914

WALL PAPERS. WALLPAPERS. WALL PAPERS. The Latest Designs now open i'or inspection. CALL AND SEE THEM OR WRITE FOR PATTERNS. P. F. HARPER, .House and Sign Painter. [ESTAIILISIIED 15 YEAIIS.] EXTRAORDINARY. JUST ARRIVED. Large Assortment of ART FRAMES, In various designs and sizes, prices ranging from is 3d to 4s 6d. Copper and Earthenware JARDINIERS, At all prices. Call and inspect the NEW FOLDING COT BED, Folds up to 3ft. x Sin-, x 4m.; you can carry it under your arm. LINOLEUMS. LINOtEyMS. Make your rooms look natty for Xmas. by laying one of our Linoleums on your floors. RUGS, MATS and CARPETS in Large Variety. T. RUNDELL & SON, FURNISSJEIK© WAREHOUSE, K®R©IT. FUNERALS CONDUCTED IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE. 'l'HONE No. 16: TO PERSONS ABOUT TO BUILD. BEFORE CALLING ELSEWHERE CALL UPON OR WRITE TC SIMMONDS & HAIN, TIMB-Eft MESCMNTS -AND CONTRACTORS, KOROIT, And pot their Prices for all Kinds of Building: Material. Palings, Posts, and Kails, and all kinds of Builder's Ironmo...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Stock Markets. KORO[?] [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 29 August 1914

Stock Markets. KOHOir. O'liriou Bros. report: Thursday, August 27. A fair yarding of pigs and cattle forward for to-day's market, and notwithstanding the continued dry spell, salos were vory satisfactory, Piga.-88 ponnod, for which thoro wad brink competition, and every pen wab sold at prices fully equal to lata ruling rates lor Messrs. Georga Paton 25a Oil, Mra. Bonco 17o. James Collins 31s, AI. Russell junr. 27a, Thomas Darmody *lu9, Michaol Muogavia 20s, William Paton 38s, Charles Kelson 5U 6d and 56s, 13. M'Clnskoy 17a» JamefcQiblin IGa, Michael O'Donohuc 31s and 33s, and George Oliver 18«. Quotations-Beat for* ward stores GW Gd to 55h, well grown sorta 33s to 38s, slips 20s to 27«, smaltpigs 16a to 18s. Sheep.-Only ono pen of Iambs forward which sold at 20s for Mra. J. Ryan. Caltlo.-77 yardod. A few fufc cows sold readily at highly satisfactory prices ; dairy oattlo of choice quality oompriied the bulk of tho yarding, and theso met with good competition throughout and prices wo...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Draughts. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 29 August 1914

Draughts. The Koroit players visited Warrnambool this week to play a return match against the local players. There was a splendid gathering of players present, 15 on each side, and although the match was won easily by Warrnambool, the games wero all keenly contested and most enjoyable. Messrs. Stevenson and Paton thanked the Warrnambool players for their kindness to their team, and referred to the great ad vantage the Warrnambool team had in having such an able and expert player ivith them as Mr. Faulkner, who was always ready and very willing to show them any line 01 play, and anything new in connec tion with the game. The scores were as follows Wauhnambool. Kokoit. Wins. Draws. Wins. 2 J. W. Adams... 0 S, Muckic ... 2 3 J. Scott ... 0 H. Rodgcrs ... 1 3 W. De Grandi.., 1 F. Rodgetf ... 0 4 F. II. Faulkner 0 J. Bruce ... 0 0 A. Watson ... 1 W. Leddin ... 3 2 A. Cantor ... 0 W. Stovenson ... 2 2 P. Birranc -... U \V. Murphy ... 0 1 C. Keane ... 0 J. Sharkey ... 0 1 K. Cloke ... 1 J....

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 29 August 1914

Football. Ib waa freely stated during the match at Koroib Inst Saturday that Way, ono o£ tbo South Warrnambool j playora, had nob tho neoossary resi- j dentinl qualification. Subsequently j the Koroit club decided to onter a pro- j tost ngainnb tho match being awarded ; to South Warrnambool on tho grounds j stated. Tbo mntter will bo doalt with ' ai a mooting of the association ab the | Commercial hotel, Koroit, next Mon- ! day ovcning, ! Great inberosb attaches to tho match | betweon tho Warrnambool teams at : . hab town this afternoon. Both hav ing scored an equal number of points, [ tbo question of which 13 to plny-oS 1 with Koroib for tho minor premiership j is involred (providing tho locals score | « win ab Port Fuiry this aftornoon). | Keen rivalry exists botwoen tho teams, and tho point mentioned should help j to make tho contosb a memorablo ono. \ Tom Hardy has informed thoassocia-1 tion that he will bo unablo to officiate ! as centr-il umpire again this season. | At Porb Fa...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 29 August 1914

YVARRNAMBOOL. O'Brien Bros, report: Tuosday, August 25, Pigs.-350 penned, of which 140 wore Btorcu. A good demand for all prime quality baconers at prices quite on a par with late rates. Store pigs, tit to top off, were in good demand, bub smaller sorts were easier than of lato, We sold 116 for Messrs IS, Addinsall at £5 17a and 90s, W. Phillips 62s 6d and 49a, P. 0. Duffus 78a, W, 3. Hall SSs 6d, James Russell 71s, Joa. McCarthy 58s 6d, M'Farlano Bros 70s, Michael Mungavin 76s 6a und 53a 6d, Kiely Bros 85s 6d, Muhoney Broa 81s, Michael Scott 85s, E' Bruce 92s, H. J. Crothurs 84B, VV. A. Luddin 88a 6d, also stores for Messrs Wi Paton 3U, Mrs James Ryan 34s 6d, A. Gibson 34s, Thomas Trigg 23s 3d, William Hardy 33s 6d.John O'Brien 34s 6d, Michael Carroll 42s 6d and 36s 3d, and quota boat bacon pigs 86s to 92s 6d, good do 80s to 85s, light woights 72s 6d to 77s 6d» medium sorts 58s 6d to 70s, backfattors to £5 17s, best stores 42s 6<l to 55s, well grown sorts 31s to 36s 3d, ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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War Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 29 August 1914

War Notes. The Council of Churches of Vic toria has appoiuted Sunday (to morrow) as a day of humiliation and interces sion, and requests all churches to offer special prayers for peace, and the cause of righteousness established. At the' State school tneeliag at Stawell last week word was received that two old ladies, SD and 90 years j respectively, had volunteered to hem handkerchiefs and knit socks for the soldiers. The butter factories of Victoria have farmed a committee in Melbourne to get together 15 tons or butter for the use of troops in Australia. 'lbe forces likely to be involved in the imminent general European war were tabulated by Professor Charles llichatt, of tho University of Paris, as follows :-Austria 2,G00.000, Britain 1,500,000, France 3,400,000, Germany 3,000,000, Italy 2,800,000, Roumania 300,000, Russia 7,000,000: total 21,000,000. Recent developments have shown that a lnrgn force of Bel gians has had to be added to that total. The doily cost of a great Euro pe...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Racing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 29 August 1914

Racing Notes. [inn, is now only » Blonder obiuoe ,f Tnilnlfjar filing SN,n publiQ ...,i Tim old ch«-tnut is n-t- tn» "'"'ini'iii «f ivriting .slightly and i| o nK.-jit- BcnrcliiiiK part of his pro niiriiu-n liiul M l<> TOmo< ,lls tr,mpr iV H llicltonbothuni), dim not think t ns.. in K°'"K o" ,wit1' «£<> 1f,r.0 After standing «o long with showing any «ign of weakness, Jhere high hopes that JWalgar would rotnfl to himself again, but re nt development* havo greatly alter. , ttlp oiitMc. It is now probable il s/t Trafalgar will rctiro definitely Irwiu the Turf, If her Adelaide form can bo take" ft. » guide, it i» evdient that the iJo-vear-old Svale is no wonder. Svale neiit to Adolnide with n. great tlour ;sh of trumpets, it boing said that sb« lnd bra t en Blaguo. hor stable mate, in n sprint beforo leaving. This oould fcparroiv have been correct, w* a younfl oiio that could Mand up to & flyet Ik.* niaRiio, At this time of tho yw ,,"ul...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE WAR. LOCAL ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 29 August 1914

THE WAR. LOCAL ACTION. Little use exists in patriotic meetings if the spirit expressed there is not backed up by action in accordance with them. The quickness with which the large amount of the patriotic fund has been subscribed shows clearly enough that this spirit docs exist, but it should be made general and characteristic of the whole community through and through. In our own little community we have, perhaps, been somewhat tardy' in making j a commencement towards establishing » fund, but now that a start has been made we hope that every man in the Koroit district will realise his responsibility and 1 his indebtedness to the great Enipi-e to which we belong, and will forward his contribution to the Mayor's fund as early [ as possible. As Cr. Wilkinson pointed out at Wednesday night's meeting, we do not want to look at the matter in the light of an appeal, but rather be glad of the opportunity in a spirit of spontaneous patriotism to recognise, in the immortal words of Nelson, l...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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PORT FAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 29 August 1914

PORT FAIRY. A visiting station-master and a bank managor had la unfortunate oxperi 01100 at) Port Fairy on Sunday, and fboir feelings towards ' soma con tomptiblo individual or individuals must bo nkin ti those which no all entortain towards tlio German Em peror. The two visitors oamo bore bent on fishing, »nd left) their bicycles and luncb in the basket sited at tho whnrf. Whon thoy returned with keen appetites, they found that a tbiof had got away with tho parcol contain in ; the lunch, and one of tho bicycles was very much damaged through being ridden about in tbo shed, tho wheels having got into tho interstices between the (looting planks. A biko had to ba hired by tho S.M. to tnko him to his home. It is disgracoful to trcab people's property in this manner, and it) is to bo hoped that more will ? bo heard about it.-"Gazette."

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Plumpton Coursing Club. OPENING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 29 August 1914

Plumpton Coursing Club. Ol'EN'INQ MEETING. The opening fixture of the above club was commenced on the Koroit racecourse en closure yesterday, in the proscuce of a fair gathering, including visitors from Gcelotig, Hamilton, and intervening towns. Opinions expressed by experienced coursing men were very favorable indeed regarding the design of, and general arrangements at the enclosure, and the fact that out of 28 runs only seven hares were killed, shows that ..puss" thoroughly understood the business, and had been well-trained. On yesterday'* cunning Miss Aurifcr or Irish Beauty ap pear to have the best clmnce of annexing the Puppy Stake, while Tulka Wan and Blue Line impressed moat in the all-aged division. The going was good. The meeting was ably conducted by the following officials '.-President, Mr .Tames Laffan ; committee, Messrs G. H. Matters, W, J. Lcddin, M. J. Gleeson, M, M'Malion, John Kelly, T. Paton, John Fleming and John Downey ; slip steward, Mr. John Kelly ; assistant ...

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