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Koroit Bowling Club. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 5 September 1914

I Koroit Bowling Club. ANNUAL MUHTIXG. 1 There was a good attendance at the first annual meeting of the above club, held on Saturday evening in the mechanics' hall. The president (Mr. M, Bourke) occupied (he chair, UALANCK SHEET. The secretary (Mr. W. J. Ecclcs) read the balance-sheet as follows . CLUD COLONS. A letter from tho association was rend, giving particulars of tlin colors used by district clubs. After some discussion it was dccided to leave the sclcction of colors to the com mittee. TIIK GRKLN. On behalf of the green commillce, Mr. Peters said the work of supervising the construction of the green had been dele gated to Mr. Skilbeck and himself, and they had carried out the work to the best of their ability. The grass was growing strongly, and the caretaker of (lie Warr : nambool club had expressed his admiration ; of what had been already accomplished. ! Mr. Thompson had made soino recommend j ations to be effected before the opening, I which should he put off until tho e...

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 — 5 September 1914

Koroit Weekly Sale. ?THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. O? ORIEN BROS, wil Sell by 1'ubllo i-» Auction on abovo date, when they will offor CATTLE. -I Primo Cows 5 Choico Dairy COWB, from John Baulcb, junr; fl Extra Choice Springing Hoifcra SHKKP SO Prime Crossbred Ewes 1'IOd. HOUSES. SUNDRIES. .Special Buyer for strong, wall-grown STOK1CS in jiLteniianco Warrnambool Corporation Yards. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 0. 01 I> RIEN BROS will Sell by Public Auction, at tho Corporation Yards, on the above dato the following-> CATTLE: 5 Dairy Cows, in good condition anil close to calving 1- Prime Cows from Morpor SHEEP. dU Prime Merino Wethorg HORSES SUNDRIES. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER S. FAT & STORE PIGS. soao IT. SATURDAY, 12th SEPTEMBER. GENUINE SALE OF 300 DAIRY COWS. HORSES, MILKING MACHINERY, AND IMPLEMENTS. 0}T3RIEN BROS, (in conjunction with JD DALGETV ^ COV.), have been instructed by Mr. XV. M. Threlfall to Sell by Public Auction on the Farm near Koroit as Above, commencing I o'clock sharp CAT...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 5 September 1914

Furniture for the Cottage or the Mansion. Only first-class workmen em ployed at our Factory. One trial will convince you of the superiority of our goods. GIVE US THAT TRIAL. PHILLIPS, LIEBIG STREET WASSNAMBOOL E. B. The Best-The Cheapest MACHINES ARE SOLD BY A LOCAL FIRM. PRICES: £3 10s. TO £9 15s. Guarantee. EASY TEEM5. Ttttcd and Found T1IE BEST, (a on all over th« Commonwealth* The Comfort of Thousands cf Housewives. They save more money and do mort work with less labor than a&y other machines on the mnrkit, o&d you can't wear them cut. Ward Bros. WARD BROS . p 36-38 Errol St,North Melbourne 1) TIMBER. MBSCHANT, HIGH STREET, 1NV1TBS INSPECTION Oi" 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... C0MJIB2CIAL fiO<Vl>, Koroit...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE Roroit Senti[?] AND Tower Hill Advocate. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 5. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 5 September 1914

THE §>ovoit Jciitinc? AND |uU ^(U'ocatc PUBLISHED KVKRY SATTJIVDAV SATURDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 5. Current Topics. Owing to pressure on our space Woolstliorpe News, Racing Notes, and other interesting items have been crowded out of this, issue. The title of the star drama to be pre sented at Leitch's on Tuesday night should attract attention, " Lost in Mid-Occan " is considered by the company to be one of the best efforts which the Vitagraph people have placed before picture patrons from their extensive repertoire. Woven around a story of domestic vicissitude, mechanical ingenuity has keen brought to play in a remarkable degree, and, though people may wonder how it is done, the spectator sees apparently a real ship wreck-a huge liner to all intents and purposes heading full steam ahead on to an iceberg, recoiling, settling down, and finally sinking with her stern high in the air. A thrilling escape from a burning building is also one of the sensational in cidents in this interestin...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 5 September 1914

DEATHS. CRAWFORD.-On 30th August, ab the residence of Sidney Crawford, Alurrum* becna, Fraocie (Doc.), soungcat eon of J. J. Crawford, Koroit, aged nineteen and a half yenrs. SPENCER.-On tlio 2nd inet., at Toolong, Richard Spencer, a^erl 71 years. T. RUNDELL & SON, Undortakora.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Football. ASSOCIATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 5 September 1914

Football. ASSOCIATION MEISTING. All clubs worn represented nb » mocifinof llic association on Monday evening, and Mr. F. O'Brien (in iho clmir), F. Gray (vico president) and iho secrotary wore also present. I'LAYKns lUit'OUTHD, Umpire Tute reported G. May, V. Quiun, R. Landmaun, A. M'Kay ami Gliingle for various ofiencos in tko match South Wnrrnambool v, Warr nambool 1uh6 Saturday, and tho eases were referred to tho tribunal. DOO'i'll. C. Swinburne appliod for Iho right to conduct a publican's booth for the semi-final and final match at Warr nainbool, for which ho was prepared to givo £().-lb was decided to call ten ders for tho right) go a booth for any semi-final nml Una] matehos to bo played ab "Warrnnmbool. rnoTEST. Koroib protested against tho mntch played on August 22 being awarded to South Warruambool on tho ground that May, ono of the players, was not qualified under lh» residential clause. Mr. Paton said thab during tho match they wero informed by Warr nainbool residints th...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 5 September 1914

WARRNAMBOOL. O'Brien Bros, roport: Tuosday, September 1. PigH-150 ponued, of which fully 250 wore stores. Bacon pipe mot with good competition, and prices wcro fully equal to late rates ; stores were dull, and pricos wero decidedly lower, small stores being almost unsaleable. We sold 17G for Messrs ft Farley £5 8a, Alex Ryan 70s, John O'Grady 88a, Clarke Urea UOs, 81a Gd, and 79s Cd, Mrs Paiieson 57s (3d, Michael Ryan (Orford) 85a Gd, C R Tulloh (Baxter duiry) 80s, John Strain 908, Henry Goodcn 74a Gd, E 15 Campbell 00A Gd, Kennedy Bros 77s 6d, William Hulm 8,'is oud 78s fid, Michael Downey 0(Js, Michaol Russell 90s, R O'Meara 72s and 52s, P K Harper Oils Gd, John Moluti Oils Gd (these being the ton priced pens of thu day), James Malouuy 7Ha (Id, Mrs Jntnes Ryan 70s, John J Gleoson 69s, M Busbell ULiy Gd and 49a, Joseph Gapes 82s Gd, M J Phyland 82s (id, D. Ivuhl 30a, and stores for Mrs Ryan 20s, John Bonnett 439, M Mun gaviu 20a and 9s, D M'Dougall 17s Gd, 20s, und 14s, II Reilly 2...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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The Federal Elections. POLLING TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 5 September 1914

The Federal Elections. POLLING TO-DAY. Tho laat word in connection with the above election has been spoken, ami to-day doctors uro called upon to select thoir re presentatives for both houses in the Federal pirliumcnt for three yours. Polling hours are from 8 a in. to 8 p m., and tho list- of polling places has appoared n tltosecoluiuns. The police action in asking newspapers not to post election returns only applies to Melbourne, rind other contr.-a of population, and, as usual, announcements will he posted ut Ihe "Sontiuel" ofhou tth toon as reuilta cmo to Imui). The first will ippeat* shortly ufter 0 o'clock, and metropolitan results probably an hour later.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Koroit Borough Council. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 5 September 1914

1 "Koroit Borough Council. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. " The usual monthly meeting of the ICo J roit Borough Council was hulil on above ! date, when there were present:-The i Mayor (Cr. Downey) and Crs. GJeeson, I Wilkinson, Stevenson, M. Bourke, P. I Bourke, Simmonds and Skilbcck, j CORKKSI'ONUKNCK. ' From Public Health Department, re the "> notification of infantile infectious diseases, i From the engineer, statins that he found . Mahony's lane measured different widths, .' averaging perhaps 27 feet, and it Rave him j the impression that the proper width ' would be 30 or 33 feet. As the proclama . lion should show title width or that of . orisinal plan, he would be glad if the > council would inform him if they had any office records bearing on the matter.-Cr. M. Bourke said when the late Mr. Ilutilly ; «s engineer they exhausted all sources ; without being successful in getting the proper width. He suggested that the ' 'oail he made as -it stands, even if it 1 dried in width-Cr...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Stock Markets. KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 5 September 1914

Stock Markets. KOKOir. O'Brion Bros. report Thursday, Seplcmbor 3. Fair yardings of all classes of stock for v/urd, but except for fat atook, aides wero Vnwil to effect, Pigs,-33 penned, A dull marUot, bid dings being slack, but (ill offered were sold for Maseru Lovi Warbnrton 19a 3d and .10a, James Dunuo 30s 3d, N M'Kiimon 10a (Id and 18a Od, John O'Donohtio £G 5a, and quota besr stores 30a 3d, woll grown aorta 18a Od to 19s (3d and BOW and lit tor £G 5s. Sheep.-157 potmed. Competition weak and antes hard to make, cxccpl at reduced values* Wq sold crossbred ewca vvUU 140 por cent of Intnbs at foot at 23s (Jd for Mr Honry Smith, and crosbbrod hoggets in for ward condition ut 15a Gd for Messrs Bulger mid Fitzgerald, Cattle,-151 yarded. No fuio penned. Choice dairy cows and -heifers wero repro* settled by 25 head ol really goad uuintalB for which thero was brisk competition and prices wore on a piu with lato rates ; medium elitss upringers were hurd to quit, except ut low prices, and ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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MR. McKINNON AT KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 5 September 1914

MR. MclUNNON AT KOROIT. A return visit wna (paid to Knroib on Thursday evening by Mr. J. A, MclCinnon, the solectcd Labor candidate, fur Wunnon. The Mjiyor (Cr. Powney), presided. Mr. McKinnon ngain fully expounded th« policy of his party, dculiug with each plunk as reported in those columns on tliHoccnuion of hi9 previous speoch. There waa a good attendance, Referring to protection, tho candidate said Mr Rodgora hud told them that. Mr Flfihcr could nob give effective protection uutil released from his pledge to the Labor Con vention to legiflluto for the new protection, Me (the speaker) wished them to under* stand that Mr Fisher hud made no pledgo that would prevent him giving efftctivo protection during the iirst aeaaioL. He had given his promise and it was not fair for Mr. Rodgera to cast a slur on one of the noblest statesmen Australia had produced by snying ho would not carry it out. (Ap plause). No sooner had the cables Hushed "war" across than the trusts und combines got to w...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Plumpton Coursing. THE KOROIT MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 5 September 1914

Plumpton Coursing. THE KOROIT MEETING. The Koroit club received a first-class advertisement by the manner in which the opening meeting was conducted on Friday and Saturday last, and the mem bers of the executive arc to be congratula ted upon the success which attended their efforts. Mr. Kcane, to whom was en trusted the important task of training the hares, also deserves a word of praise. With the exception of a few after lunch on the second day " puss" performed really well. . Criticisms in sporting papers are favorable, the " Winner" being of opinion that on account of the favorable conditions of the going, Koroit will be able to bring off a stake for an unlimited number of puppies in April next. This, says the writer, should meet with the approval of coursers, when they know they can start their puppies 011 a ground that will not be loo hard. Even at the present time of drought, when every coursing enclosure in Victoria is too hard, with the exception of Colnc and Kyncton, to do ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Election of Mayor. CR. DOWNEY CHOSEN. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 5 September 1914

Election of Mayor. CR. DOWN BY CHOSEN. A special meeting of the council was held on Monday for the purpose of electing * mayor for the ensuing twelve months. Present-The Mayor (Cr. Martin Bourkc) and Crs. Gleeson, Wilkinson, Stevenson, Downey, t\ Hourke, Simmonds, and SkiU hcck. In vacating the chair, Cr. Bourkc said he would tako the opportunity of thanking his fellow councillors for their assistance and co operation during the past term, without which the mayor could not carry on. (jr. Wilkinson was appointed chairman pro. tern. AM.OWANCK, Cr. Stevenson said seeing that £-10 was the allowance for llm last year or two. and that the business of the mayor would not he les3 than before, Ihcy should fix (hat amount as an allowance. There were many ways they could economise to belter advantage than by cutting down the allow ancc. He moved that the amount he £40, Secnndcd hy Cr. P. Hourke, and carried, Cr. M. Hourke- moved lhal Cr. Downey he elected mayor for the ensuing twelve months. B...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Koroit Mechanics' Hall. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 5 September 1914

Koroit Mechanics' Hall, j COMMITTEE MEETING. The monthly meeting of the above was held on Tuesday evening, the president (Mr. Howell), occupying the chair. There were also present-Messrs. G. H. Matters, S. Mackie, J. L. Paton, Peters, and the Rev. R. Nairn. PATRIOTIC MEETINGS. An application was made by the local branch of the Red Cross Society for the use of the hall gratis for meetings, etc. The request was granted, subject to the hall not being otherwise engaged, and in addition a donation of £l Is was made to the funds of the branch. The president said he had been ap proached about the free use of the hall for an entertainment to the boys who had gone inlo camp at Queenscliff, and he had granted the' request. Also for meetings called by the mayor in connection with patriotic funds. The president's action met with the_ ap proval of all piesent, and it was decided to grant Ihe free use ot the hall for all entertainments held exclusively for the benefit of patriotic funds, and for ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Friendly Societies' Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 5 September 1914

Friendly Societies' Com- mittee. The committee of the above met on Tuesday evening, Mr. Robt. Paton (presi dent), in the chair. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Red Cross Society branch) re a donation towards     - Moved by Mr. Conlan that of £2 2s. be passed. Seconded by Mr.   Spring, and carried. From the Koroit Borough Council re granting the use of the town hall for meetings. -It was resolved that the coun- cil be thanked for the concession thus granted. From Armstrong and Fraser stating they were willing to run a motor bus on carnival day upon the same terms as last year. -Held over until next meeting. From Port Fairy and Warrnambool town bands signifying their willingness to attend the carnival. GENERAL. Mr. Robt. O'Donnell offered to secure an emu, now in possession of his sister at Swan Hill, to place in the local enclosure, if the committee paid freight on having it transported. -Moved by Mr. T. Paton that the offer be accepted, and that the s...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ASSOCIATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 12 September 1914

ASSOCIATION MEETING. A meeting of tho above was held on Tuesday evening, when there wore presont-Messrs F. Gray (vice pre sident), Quinn and Woods (Warrnam bool), M'Murrick and M'Kay (South Warrnambooi), Koidy and l'reganowan (Port Fairy), Paton and Lindsay (Ko roit). THE KECENT PROTEST. Mr. Gray made an explanation re garding a statement made by him at the laso meeting, when he said bo naB prepared to swear to having seen May in Warrnambooi on 25th July. He since found be had made a mistake and wished to apologise to the dele gates [or having done so, especially to the Koroit delegates, as ha Celt, ho had been the cause of their defeat). Mr. Paton asked bow tho matter now stood. Mr. Gray's statement at the meeting was so omphalic that tho Koroit delegates did nob produce all tho ovidenco forward. He asked for a re hearing of tho case in favor of his club. After various delegates had ex pressed an opinion the matter was allowed to drop. HISSIGNATION. From F. O'Brien, resigning the p...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 12 September 1914

Football. Koroit and Port. Fairy will piny tlio first) semi-final match for tho senior premiership on tho Port Fairy ground this afternoon, in order to allow supporters an oppurlunity of witnes sing the match tho ICoroitj club hns engaged a special train, which will loavo the local station ab 2 10. p.m. The Port Fniry team has boen strengthened by tho inclusion of two metropolitan players, and n good gamo is oxpectcd, The best and most cvonly contested gnmo of football seen in the dintrict for many years was tho outcome of tho Wnmmtubool-Koroit match at Port Fairy last Saturday, being fast, open, and skilful, with an excellent spirib on both sides. There was a good attendance, tho gnto takings realising a littlo ovor £20. TbiB match waa a special one to decide tho holders of tb.i minor premiership, and after a moot exciting contest, during which tho issuo was in doubt right from sort to Mobil, 'Warrnnmbool secured tho victory by 11.11 to 9.11. Tho evenness of tho gamo may bo gauged ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Local Produce Market. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 12 September 1914

Local Produce Market. Onions.-A clearance has just about been j effected of the few remaining onion stacks, and the district is now practically empty. Up to £112 10s was given for a few tons in the Killarney district this week. Oats.-Merchants arc doing a steady business in supplying up country orders, 3s per bushel by Che truokload being roadily obtained. Chaff.-The price for chaff locally has been £4 10s for about a month past, but an early rise is extremely probable, and in some quarters it is considered the market will touch £B 10s per ton before very long. Boot and saddle, boot and saddle, Bee, the sun is in t|ie skjes, Sec, the dawn's awake from dlumbci, See, the day's wide opened eyes. Life's short day is freer, stronger If we make our health secure. Make the short day spin out longer Dcrit with WOODS' great Peppermint Cur«

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Melbourne Pig Market. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 12 September 1914

Melbourne Pig Market. Adamson, Streitte and Co., 396 Bourfce St., Melbourne, report this week's pig market as follows September 9 and 10. 1750 yarded {or tho week'.t supply Stores-The supply was much larger than last week. This, with '-ho rise io prico of feed, caused a decided decline in values ; best conditioned sorts made from 203 to 33s, seconds 21e to 24s, good well grown slips to 20fl, suckers 10s to L6a Por&era-There was a full yarding of this class, but a large proportion wore not up enough; good and prime qualities mudo last week's prices, but others were much easier } prime lighb 33a lo 33a, prime heavy 40s to 47s. a. few pout cf extra choice quality to 55s l)aeon Pigs-A very moderate supply ; prime quality met with a ready sale ab fully last week's figures, other sort* unaltered. Prime light 60s to 05a, priino inodium weights 67a to 76s, prime heavy 78a to 87a. extra to 97s, this price being obtained for a pen of very nice pigs, the property of Messrs Ellis Bros, ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 12 September 1914

WARRNAMBOOL. O'Brien Bros, report: Tuesday, Soptomber 8. Pica-351 penned, of which 80 were stores. Tho demand for prhno bacon pig# was firm, although pricca wero hardly as good as of lato. Medium desciiptions wcra not in roquest, oxcept at a reduction of about 10s por head. Only a limited number of stores penned, for which thero was a good demand at slightly improved values. Wo sold 78 for Messrs J. A. Sheahnn 73s, W. A. Luddin 91s, John Leishnmn 52s and 55s 6iJ, C. O'Dowd 78s 6d, 51a 6d, and 60s, JumcB Dalton 65s 6d, R. Drcnuan 80s, D. Rea 62B 6d, Geort>o Sparrow 603 6d and 54s, Martin Purceil 8-ls 6d, 66a 6d, and 51s, A. M'Lood 101a and 633, A. Geary 868, W. T. Breunan 90s, and stores far Messrs J. Vickera 35a and John Griffon 32a. Quota tions-Pritno bacon pig* 84b to 92s, good do 76s to 82s 6d, medium aorta 63s to 74a, best forward etoroa 45B to 56s, well grown sorts 30s to 41s, Blips 17a 6d to 26a, smaller sorts 12o to 15a, backfutters 70s to I0ls> Wednesday. Sheep-About 3...

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