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Koroit Racing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 January 1914

Koroit Racing Club. A meeting of the Committee of the Koroit Racing Club was held on Tuesday evening, when 'there were present: Messrs. Downey (president), Kelly, P. Crowe, Gorman, Wall, Matters,- and F. O'Brien. CATTLE ON THE TRACK, A report from (he caretaker was read, stating that a number of cattle were grazing on the course, and which were of such a size that they could get under the ring fence and run on the track. He also reported that the gate on the Spring Creek road was smashed, and he thought it was done by a bull belonging to the lessees. The president remarked that the cattle were mostly young ones and would not do much harm at present. On the motion of Mr. Wall it was de cided that the lessee be notified to confine his cattle lo the ground inside the ring fence, and this was left to the president and secretary to carry out. With regard to the broken gate, the secretary was instructed to request the trustees to have the lessee repair the gate. THIi I'LUMI'i'ON CLUB. A l...

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 — 24 January 1914

WAltltNAMBOOL., O'Brien Bron. report:* Tuesday, January 20, Pigs.-193 penned, of which 380 were fata. Competition fur all pens of bacon pigs was extremely keen, and prieos again (.bowed a riao on last week's improved rates. Stores also readily ob advanced rates. \Vn sold 122 for Mossra Vickers Bros t>9a Gd, J. Gruuer 08a Gd and 7*lu, J. Strickland 81s, H. F. Anderson 70?, Mra Patterson 70s and .Hii Gil, John Gill 7Gs G.I, John D.ilton G3=» Gd, C. Keilly 85s, C, Gorman Sfis (top price of tho market), F. Maenamara 70s Gel, M. M'liiniioii 70s Gd, M. J. Glecson 8)a Gd and G9a Gd, J. O'Shea 82s, Char les Kelson 80s Gd,. P. M'Veigh 79a Gil and 57< Gd, Alex. (Jnat ^Hrt Gil, Daniel Casey Sis Gil and G7s Gd, William Hulm 79«, W. Walker 70* G.l, J. MeLeod Sla Gd, B. M. Kelly Sla G.l, and i")8y, W. Brown 77s Gd, ami slon a for Kobin non Bros. *17*) and II. F. ttluddoek 51s, and quote-Prime bacon pigs 80* to 8Ga, good do. 74s to 78a Cd, light-wuights G5a to 72s, beet forward store...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Stock Markets. KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 January 1914

Stock Markets. KOROU\ O'Hrion 13roa. report: Thur&day, January 22. .Full yardings of all eludes forward to offer to u largo attendance <if buyers. Pl^e.«-218 penned. Biddings wore ex tremely brink throughout and ovcry pen was sol.I sib auction al prices fully equal to last week's high values for Meters. John Mahor 47s, .John Mahoney 52i (id, T. Shanby 40a, Joseph M'Carthy 51s Oil, II. F. Shaddock 38s 3d and 37s (id, Matthew Atkinson 5]m (id, 2Ks fid, 4Gs Oil, 30s Gil, 37» G«l, :il», 37* (M, 52a, and -Hfs fid, 15. M. Kelly and Go. 31u 9d, 2!)s (id and Mi, Patrick Nooimn 47s, Alex. Mori is* 2(h, John Carroll 3K% Patricli Oosielloo 32d 6d, M. Unwell jour. 3Gs, John llroderiek 33s (Id, MarUn Uonrlto 20i 3d, Mm. Thos. Kn^ell 37s Gd, A. H. lieneo 2i>3, P. M'Vuigh 35s, L, Huttrkti jtm. 27*. W. Lmslmmn 5.1%, Mrs, J. Ryan 308, J. W. Anderson f»2s lid, Miss Hmirkrt 1 '.l.i 0<1, and John O'Cindy 2U.< fid. Quotations-Heat forward stores 'His (id to 04...

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

Racing Notes. (By " FleminKton,") It 1van quite expected that WomiTA'/j iiaino would in duo courso bo promm-< onily mentioned in connection with tho Ncivmarkot Handicap, a raco for which ho is supposed to bo under preparation., J'iio dual St. I.cger wimiof seems to havo got over J)is log troubles for tlio . present, nnd is now bowling along frcoly in his work. i f ut as Wulawa is not ? exactly a Bound horse, and lis iio ia bound' to receivo his full slinro of weight in tho big sprint, backers will not 1)0 in a hurry to support him. It will bo soon enough to seri ously disouss his Autumn prospocta much nearer tho day, whim tlioro will be a better opportunity of judging w hether Wolnu'ii is likely to stand tho winding up procoMs. Tliero could bo no doubt oB tho stable's confidence in Wiillalo. 'jflid plungers connected with tho .Wallace* gelding put tho money down as if tlioro uas in) .such thine tin settling day to ho considered. Wallalo proved to a gro.it extent worthy of...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Co-Operation in Bacon Curing. WESTERN AND MURRAY COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 January 1914

Co-Operation in Bacon Curing. WESTERN AND MURRAY COM PANY. Coring operations oro now in fult swing ot tho Urge bacon fictory erected by tho Western and Murray Cu-operation at Braybrook. Pigs are coming in freely, and thero is a good demand for tho manufactured article. The typo of bacon turned out, finds favor with local distributors, aud the market for it is steadily widening. As not infrequently^ happens in such cases, tho opening of tho Braynrook factory fouud tho prices of piga at an unusually high level, 'ihia fact, whilo decidedly en couraging to breodors, ronJorod a policy of caution peculiarly imperative on the part of the Western and Murray minagement, Privato factories, which for some months previously had been manufacturing bacon from pigs purchaccd on a lower basis, were in a position, had they desired, t"> lower tho price of their cures at the very mono it the co operativo bacon wa3 ready for sale. Such a contingency had to bo fully allowed for. After carefully study...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Koroit Picnic Races. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 January 1914

Koroit Picnic Races. Appended are the weights for the Koroit picnic races to bo held on the Koroit racecourse to-day . KOROIT PICNIC CUP. Seven furlongs. T. Carmody's Princc Kirk ... 12 II J. O'Kccfc's Major Eight... ... It 10 J. Bourko's Vodski ... ... 10 13 J. Mahony's Golden Vale... ... 10 2 II. W. Whitehead's Scottish Club... 9 3 C. Humm's Lady Hamlet ... 9 0 It.LOW A HANDICAP HACK RACE. Five furlonRS. H. Parkinson's Me Smith... ... 11 10 M. McKinnon's Second Blood ... II 10 C. T. Humphcry's Brassi... ... 10 7 J. M. Slattery's Neap Tide ... 10 7 W. O'Brien's Banaroo ... ... 10 5 P. M'Veigh's Port Lad ... ... 10 3 S. Jr.ckman's Glen Elgin ... ... 10 0 C. Humm's Lady Hamlet ... 10 0 P. Carroll's Yours and Mine ... 10 O S. Haddon's First Star ... ... 10 0 CROSSI.EY LAMES' BRACELET. Six furlongs. Miss Carmody's Prince Kirk ... 13 II Mrs. J. O'Kccfc's Major Eight ... 12 Miss Slater's Vodski ... ... II 13 Miss Cecil Lcitch's Me Smith ... il 5 Miss M. M'Kinnon'sSccond Blood... 11 5 Mrs...

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

General Summary. Owing to a scarcity of trucks, work fit tho Slate coal mine had to ho sus pended on Wednesday afternoon for n day or two. Owing io tho influx of workmen to Oolong, groat difficulty i«_ exponen ojtl by agents in complying with I ho do'aiint? for workmen's houses'at tni tals between 8/ and 12/ n win'k, Sydney wlmrfi lo borers huvuj ro .solved to continue work, including overtime-, under tho old agreement pending' a conference. A shipment of cheese, aggregating about 1-0 tons, is to he despatched |,o London hy tho Waipara at> the end ^ of Llio week.- A further quantify is fo follow next month, Tho quarterly average return;: oi the New Zealand hanks to December 30 show deposits £21,1)25,281, or a I <lrcrea.se of £627,552 sinej tho pre | vious quarter. Tho deposits in the W.A. Sav:::^ Hank, from Dewmber 22 to J.ii.u.iv (I inclusive, wero £108.671. T-k withdrawals wore CI.">7,2(11), oi £'18.595 in execs# of tho iToposjt-. Travellers through tho back Wc.s ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 January 1914

DEATHS. SHANNON.-At the residence of Mrs, Moloney, Garden street, Koroit, on the J9Mi January, Jlonorat? Shannon, aged 68 yet\re, R.I.P. T. KUNOKLL & SON, Uudortakers. BENCE.-At Kirkstall, on the 19th January, Harriet, beloved wife of Richard Bence, aged 57 years. T. RUNDELL & SON, Undertakers.

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PASTEUR AND ALCOHOLIC DRINKS. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 January 1914

PASTEUR AND ALCOHOLIC PRINKS. If it were possible t6 writo tho his tory of alcoholio drinks there would bo Xoah, and there would bo Pasteur; tho ono planted ft vineyard, tho othr used a microscope: Noah happened by chaneo on tho making of " national bevo.ragos," Pastour taught tho nn Kous to ho scientificover tho making of them. Ho revolutionised this colossal industry; tho genius of his work is active to-day in every brewery. Hia lectures to tho vincgar-niakcra or Or Ican& aro a classio, and his great book on winos and beers is the "Nooum Or gnnon" of brewing. So it always is with him; all that he touches turns to cold-to othor men's polcl. -Dr Stephen raget, m tho "Cornhill." The English sportswoman is n oat tern to all foreigners.-W. II. Tittor ton.

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Luxury in African Sport [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 January 1914

I Luxury in African Sport Mr S. E. White, i" "Badminton," describes tho American in Africa and his uitfereneo from the Englishman. A Dritisher provides for »n American who would go on caravan into the African buck country as many us a hundred and filly men as his personal attend ant s. Tho American explodes at tho idea of requiring this army of men to look aftor him. Tho English l friend explains:-"You nro under the Equa tor, and you must do things dilferent Iv here. As Imig ns you keep fit you uro safe, but if you got run down o hit you'll go. You've cot- to do your self well, down horo, ratn"r bolter than von have to in any other climate. You need all tho comfort you can got; nnd you want, to .save yourself all you can." He tUuls that tho stylo in which tho '.n^lishman travels requires this largo Hinuo. For example:-At evening >ur friend has n hot bath, n long cool ?*i/,xly drink, of lime juice and soda; ho ' 11 *s on tho clean clothes laid out for ini, assumes sol't mos&am...

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Love's Arithmetic. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 January 1914

Love's Arithmetic. One smile makes a flirtation. One flirtation makes two acquaint ed. Two acquainted makes one kiss. One kiss makes several more. Several kisses mako an engage nient. One engagement makes two blind persons. Two blind persous make one mar riage. One marriage makes two mothers in-law. Two mothers in-law make a rod-liol time. "How many people work In youi ofllce?" asked one cily man of an other. "Oh, I shonlij say, at a rough guess, about two-thiids o£ them!" waa thf uDly.

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PEOPLES OF THE PAST. Interesting Researches In Peru [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 January 1914

PE0PLE8 OF THE PAST. . Interesting Researches In Perifc A scientific gentleman, whosei lite wcrk has been cast In places for one with a bent of ®cr'0, "Hr P. W. Yollmaun, wiio off and on for "the past five years has been engaged in archaeologteal ro Rrirch Ir Vera. That count! y Is fa vo'red among achnoologlsts what Is kno^n of Its fascinating His tory opens ni> illimitable Acids^for s<* entitle speculation, and no man ca do research work tliero for n\o jeais on end without becoming knowni to tun world of serious tlicmglit. S<jmo of tlio evidence of Dr. \ 0,lmnn? ®. , duous toil are to 1)0 f0"n^nt0,^\\'° the reahody Mnseum, Boston, in Miw Srh Germany, the Carnegie Museum WSwand the ^UlMn^n a.t Chicago, and not a few oC the 1 e ruvian contributions made through Dr. Gaffron to the Natural H'st°r* Museum of New YotKwere dtacov Cd l>v Dr. Vollmann. In reply toi a ronnosl. Dr. Vollmann told liovr he «e« about his research work In tlio strange country ho lias m...

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Koroit Friendly Societies' Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 January 1914

Koroit Friendly Societies' Committee. A meeting of tho above WBS held on Thursday evening, the president (Mr, Robt. Paton) occupying tho chair, i Tboro wero also present-Messrs ]i. E, Poaraon, J. Wilkine, M. Thistlethwaite,. J. M'Evitt, M. Crowe, T. Puton, J. Callroy, and G. H. Matters CORRKSrOKDKKCG. J From the Warrnarubool hospital, inviting the committee to nominate an .onus! governor, to consequence of the carnival contribution. An annual go vernor is entitled to recommend two in-patient3 and eight out-pationts each year. Ttio president) proposed that Mr. M'Evitt's namo be submitted, faoconded by Mr. WiJkins, and carried. £ roni chicf inspector of fisheries and game, forwarding a permit to keep four kangaroos in captivity in tho Koroit gardens -Mr. T. Paton reported tlmt a party which bad gone out to Mr. W. Riddell's had been successful in captur ing some young kangaroos, which he placed with the others. The Hamilton people wanted two kangaroos for the public gardens there, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 January 1914

WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS. The Latest Desig'ns now open for inspection. CALL AND SEE THEM OR WRITE FOU PATTERNS. P. F. HARPER, -House and Sign Painter [ICST.uimsiihd 15 YKAHS.] EXTRAORDINARY. JUST ARRIVED. Large Assortment of ART FRAMES, In various designs and sizes, prices ranging from is 3d to 4s (id. 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. ke your rooms look natty for Xmas. by laying one of Linoleums on your floors. RUGS, MATS and CARPETS in Large Variety. T. RUNDELL & SON, FUffiNISfflIK© WAREHOUSE. FUNERALS CONDUCTED IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE. 'I'HONE No. 16. TO PEESONS ABOUT TO BUILD BEFORE CALLING ELSEWHERE CALL UPON OR WRITE TO ' S1MMONDS & HAIN, TIMBER MESCMNTS AND CONTSACTOSS, KOROIT, And erot their Prices for all Kinds of Building: Material. Palings, Posts, and Rails, and all kinds of Builder's Ironmongery. ...

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Melbourne Pig Market. January 28 and 2[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 January 1914

Melbourne Pig Market. January 28 and 2D. Adamson, ijtrettlo and Co., 306 Bourke St., Melbourne, report The supply WAS smaller tbia week, numbering 1800. Stores.-A limited number, owl good competition, prices showing anndcance, best) /linking ^63 to 30s, slips 14s to 253, suckers 1 Is to 2Qj.' porkers.--Tlio supply was hardly equal to requirements, conapquently Miff florannci real brisk,' aifil jnjproved prices. Prime 3.f}a to 'f.'js, extra quality t {i to 4Gs, light from 8l}a. Baconers.-^'l'ho yarding wns not too heavy, and tho qmlity as a whole was very good j competition was brisk from the start and continued so throughout, last week's values being more linn maintained. Prime 70s to 78s, extra quality 70s to 83s, with a f«w pens of choice farmers' lots to 87s, prime me dium and light weigh m 63a to 68s, intermediate sorts from 50s upwards,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 January 1914

... A ... WHOLESOME DRINK BRACING AND REFRESHING Koroit Waterworks Trust. TAI'PINC; OF MAINS. fT is hereby notified lliat tin* Koroit Waterworks Trust have Bet aside tho Tuesday in ouch wcok us tho day on which the Mains ni;iy ho tapped, find it has further been resolved that Two Days notice of intenliou to inp tho Maine, must be given to Mr. l'\ l'rior, Lhc Trust'b Iuspec* tor* J5y Order, RICHARD LAFFAN, Secretary, YQUR... Summer Suit SHOULD IJU ORDHUKD NOW. R. G. TERRETT, . THE TAILOR, IS SUFFICIENT GUARANTEE FOR YOU TO ENTRUST HIM WITH 1*0 UR NEXT ORDER. Our Cut, Stylp, and Material, arc Three ISaaentials to the Perfectly Built Suit. A Large Asenriinent of Specially Sclcctcd Suitings, Diagonal Coalings, Vicuuat, Es tormaiu and Cheviot Serges. A special line of Trouseriugs, ctc., just arrived. The Famous Harris Tweed Suiting from £5 5s. Ladies' Costumes n Specialty. .NOTE THE. ADDRESS ER* Cr. TEXCR-STX, COMMERCIAL ROAD, KOROIT. THE PROOF OF THE BREAD IS IN TUB Eating and Digestion...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 January 1914

Personal. George Ogle, painter, of Drummond street, Carlton, was injured while at work last week, and received treatment at the Melbourne hospital. He was painting in a house at Hcyington, and was on a ladder which slipped. Ogle jumped clear, and fell on his feet, breaking a bone in one of his heels. He was formerly a well-known resident of Koroit. Mr. Walter Patcrson, son of Cr, and Mrs. Patcrson, of Koroit, is on a short visit to his parents. He has been engaged in the timber trade in Melbourne for some years past. Mr. Fred, Dyson, of Bessiebelle, wns using phosphorous for rabbit destruction, when his clothes ignited, and both his hands were very badly burned. He was admitted to the Port Fairy hospital, and is now making favorable progress. John Shanley, aged 12, son of Mr. T. Shanley, Killarney, while rounding up cattle on horseback on Sunday, brushed against a barbed wire fence, severely lacerating his left thigh and li-nd. Dr. Orchard attended the patient, who is now progressin...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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WELL AND STRONG. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 January 1914

WI2L!, AND STRONG. What a grand thing it is for women to feel well and strong ? The Ladies' College of Health has brought forward a home treatment that has restored thousand g to, health at,a trilling cost. ThQSQ can find-out all about it if they M>nd two penny stamps tQ Copt, jo, Ladles' College of Health, 46 Elizabeth St., Melbourne. The Portland borough council is renew ing its request that a proposal for a direct line of railway from Portland to Port Fairy should be referred to the Railways Standing Committee. A former Minister of Railways emphatically turned the re quest down, but it is now thought that circumstances are more favorable, arid Mr. Campbell, M.L.A., is to have another try. The survey for this line was made when Sir Bryan O'Loughlin was member for Port I?airy.

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Country Roads Board. PRINCIPLE EXPLAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 January 1914

Country Roads Board. PRINCIPLE EXPLAINED. At Mortlake, Mr. Calder (chairman) in ex plaining the principle ol the board said: At the outset the board secured all the plans available in order to get a general idea of the principal roads in each shire. Thus they learned what were national roads, and what were theprincip.il local roads. After inspecting all roads in company with the shire engineer in all cases, who was the principal adviser, the board were all the better informed regarding local informa tion. Upon their return to Melbourne the board, at the earliest opportuntiy, decided what, in its opinion were main roads. A plan was then forwarded to the council, showing the board's proposal. Councils had 21 days to lodge objections to such pro posals. It might be the board would pro. pose to take ovet roads which councillors did not consider were so important, and would desire to substitute other roads. In that case the board would be pleased to meet the council, as it had acted with...

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Koroit Picnic Races. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 January 1914

Koroit Picnic Races. The Ihircl annual picnic racc meeting, held on the Koroit racecourse last Satur day, was marred by disagreeable weather. Despite this disadvantage the meeting was successful, and will, we understand, return a substantial profit. The racing was in teresting, most of the events being keenly contested. ... No fault could be found with the manner in which the meeting was conducted by the following officials :-Stewards, Messrs F. O'Brien, M. Bourke, P. Wall, T. 0. Rundell, f. Downey, J. Kelly ; judge, Mr. \V. Latta ; timekeeper, Mr. M. Cro\Ye ; starter, Mr W. O'Brien ; handicappcr, Mr A. G. Kendall; clerk of scales, Mr. T. Lane ; steward of scales, Mr P. Crowe i clerk of course, Mr \V. Coonerty \ hon sec. -Mr. J. J. Crawford. Results YANGERY MAIDEN HACK RACE, for trophy value £2 2s. Five furlongs. J. Carroll's Yours and Mine (Mr. W. Archibald) ... 1 J. M. flattery's Neap Tido (Mr. Jas. Slattcry) .,. ... ... 2 J. Fitzgerald's Charley (Mr J. Filzgcrald) 3 Glcnburnic al...

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