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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 September 1914
TAKE BONNINGTONS IRISH MOSS Why Should Women Suffer? Old time logic accepted it as a matter of cold fact that women were made to suffer from girlgood to the grave. What a monstrous doctrine. A book dealing with the matter of pain and suffering as affecting womenfolk, and which tells how thousands have been restored by a simple home treatment to permanent health after years of pain, will be sent free to anyone who cuts out this advt. and sends it to Dept. A. 50, LADIES' COL.LL.GIi OF HEALTH, Phair's Buildings, 327 Collins Street, Melbourne. # Ladies visit ing the city arc cordially invited to caJI and chat over health matters with the manageress. S8SART TAIlORlie, ONIC of the most impoitant accomplish' | nicntB of iho expert. Tailor in to j impart a ChaructRristio Individuality in Cut. Fit, and MaUo ol your Clothes. This , is tho fettturo of our Corroet Stylo Tailor* ing. It is with no small amount of pride thut wo poiut to hii ICvor-Iueieasing List of Customers, whoso Regular Custom...
World Wide Methodism. METHODIST CENTENARY MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 September 1914
World Wide Methodism. METHODIST CENTENARY MOVE MENT. The Rev. R. Ditterich, who has been set apart by the Victorian and Tasmanian con ference to organise and carry to a success ful issue a thanksgiving fund in connection willi the Methodist Centenary Movement, delivered his famous lecture ..World Wide Methodism," in the local Methodist church on Wednesday evening last. At the outset of the meeting the Rev. J. Barmingham called on Mr. R. Skilbeck, as one of the pioneers of ihe Methodist church in this district, to occupy the chair. Mr. Skilbeck, before introducing the Rev Ditterich, stated that he was a member of the circuit which had appointed him as the organising secretary of the centenary thanksgiving lund. lie believed their choice had been a wise one, for already Mr Dit terich had established himself in the hearts of the Methodist people. The centenary thanksgiving fund was going to be some thing that would mark well and nobly the spirit of gratitude in hearts of all Australian...
HOME MADE TOOL GRINDER. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 September 1914
HOME MADE TOOL GRINDER. Having need for a small grinder that viu» not expensive,' a. Texas bouso-wifo .nanagod to make ono that was very .ntisfnetorv, and that W)st loss than a dollar. Having on hand an old sowing .naoltino, she removed tbo top; whioh vas beyond repair, and nindo out of it i plain top of pine. She then brought i family grindstone, eight inches in liamoter for seventy-fivo cents. This has a cast-iron trough to hold tbo water. and two cast-iron supports, ono it either sido. Ono of theso BJio ro moved, and placed it out near tbo end of tlio top to support the shaft. Thlo shaft is a pieco of one-half inch square iron; the pulley in a h\rg&lt;i wooden spool, with a square nut in to fit on to f-ho shafi. Tf rare is used in construct ing so 'b:>: all parts fit well, this tool grinder will bo found to work splendid ly. and thoro isn't anything to got ouJ I of order.
DISTRICT NEWS. ILLOWA. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 September 1914
DISTRICT NEWS. ILLOWA. (From our own Corresponded.) Genuine regret vftis expressed through out this district at the announcement of the death of Mrs. Geo. Sherman, which occurred suddenly at Hamilton on Sunday morning last. Deceased, with her husband and some member; of the family, left lllowa six years ago for the Hamilton district, having resided here for the pre vious thirteen years. Before coming to lllowa the family resided at Crossley for many years. The deceased was well known throughout the district and was generally respected. The late Mrs. Sher man 5 l;ea!th was not too good for some years past/bht iior tuddi!) detail came as a shock to her family. She leave's a husv band and family of three sons and five daughters, two of the latter being mar ried, The late Mrs. Sherman was of a retiring disposition and was much liked for irrfriy Etfrling Qualities. Deceased was 6u years of age. ' Mucl; sytpnS'hy is expressed in this district tor the (ju'reavnl husband and family in their...
UNNECESSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 September 1914
UxNMSUKSSAiU, It was indood a beautiful night. Tho zephyrs played musically amid [ho delioato fronds of tho turnip-tops, inii waited from tar-distant fields the -ubtle perfumo of tho luscious onion and tho fragrance of decaying eab unges. "Betsy," ho whispered, as they sat together on tho fenco surrounding Mrs L''hinigan's pig-stye, '"ow bea-utit'ul volt bol Jes' think of it, Betsy I When lis bo married, wo will have a pig of >iir own I Think of that, Botsyl" "Dan," »lio whispered, a note of ro entmont in her voice, "what do 1 caro iov pigs? 1 shan't want a pig when I'vo got you 1" Thon all was silent onco more, savo 'or tho musical frolics of the zephyrs ilrcady mentioned.
THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 September 1914
THE WAR. Latest news from (lie front shows that another great battle is taking In the light of the further information now available it has become evident that tho supposition that it was the purpose of the enemy simply to delay the pursuit by lighting a series of rearguard actions, and so facilitate orderly retreat of the Ger man armies, was incorrect. Their army on the eastern frontier has come up and effected a junction. The Germans there fore arc about to make another effort to Rain supremacy, and their battle front covers n stretch of about 130 miles of country. At one spot on the Marne battlefield 700(1 corpses mark the scenc of the recent great battle. The Austrian Josses since the taking of Lemberg by the Russians are estimated at 250,000 killed and wou.idcd. The agitation in tuvor of joining the Allies is spreading in Italy, reports the Iiigh Commissioner in an official message.
WORN-OUT HORSES. HIDELIGHTS ON A SHOCKING TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 September 1914
VVUBN-OUT HORSES. TBE1JGHTS ON A SHOCKING TRAFFIC. [At the annual meeting of tlio Ade .ititle Society for tho Prevention of *Jruolty to Animals, rofereuce was mado to tjio traffic in worn-out horses, witk which tho sooioty is endeavoring to cope. ilia JSxcollency- tlio Governor, who presided, drew attention to plioto grapjis of emaciated and worn-out and neglected horses, displayed on tho walls of tho room of tho secretary (Mr. U'Leary). This he considered was a most pathetic sight which evoked their deepest sympathy. It" reminded him of a paper concerning tlio worn-out horso tniJJic, which reads as follows: "For mauy years numerous complaints have reached tho S.P.C.A. from ail classes of tho community concerning tlio worn-out, emaciated, and decrepit conditon of the horses in tho saleyards. The complaints havo been proved to bo only too true, and tho condition of the horses has been proved to bo in many casus duo entirely to ignorance and thoughtlessness. Every sale day horses chan...
GERMAN OUTRAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 September 1914
GERMAN OUTRAGES. Louise Mack, the well-known journalist, of Sydney, is in Antwerp, acting as cor respondent to the London 'Evening News.' Describing the horrors of the German occupation of Aerschot, nine miles from Louvain, she says that the Catholic cathe dral was shamefully desecrated b y the drunken German soldiery. On the high altar, many empty wine and beer bottles were struck, and the con fessionals were littered with champagne and brandy bottles. The offertory box was stolen,' and replaced by a beer bottle, and the pews everywhere were bedaubed' with filth. The head of a statue of the Madonna was cut off, a large crucifix was burnt, the altar brocades were slashed, the reli gious pictures chopped out of their frames and on one side of the chapel a dead pig was thrown. Street after street in the town was des troyed, and left a heap of blackencd ruins. At the chemists' shops the drunken re vellers mixed all the drugs. The two children of the burgomaster of the town were shot. A...
Melbourne Pig Market. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 September 1914
Melbourne Pig Market. 1950 yarded. Storm.-Tlio yarding was o moilorftta ono, mid priccs about equal to Inst week for best sorts. Small and in ferior worn very dull at lowor prions. Porltors.-A full supply. Prices for bosb pigs woro practically unchanged, hut light and half fat sorts wero in dined to ease. Prime heavy 4Gs to ?17s, a few extra choico to 53H, prima medium 36s (o 30s, primo light 309 to 35s. Baconers.-A largo yarding enmo to hand, including a lob of rough sorts. Beat piga were fully 53 per head easier, and in some cases tho fall wns even moro. Medium pigs woro also easier, although tho decline in this class was not B» pronounced. Prime heavy 7-ts to 82s, a few pens of extra uhoico quality to 87s Gd, primo medium G8a to 72s, printo light G03 to CDs, half fad and inferior from 51s. Backfatlcrs.-Only a small number wero penned, and host sorts were in iteen request. Extra heavy sows £6 10s to .£8, odd ones to £0, prime weighty £i 15s to £5 I03, rough and stnggy sorts from C...
140,000 BAGS OF WHEAT SEIZED. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 September 1914
140,000 BAGS OF WHEAT SEIZED. Sydney, Thursday. The State Attorney-General, Mr. Hall, who is administering the legislation fixing the price of wheat and flour, conferred this morning with representatives of the millers, who had complained that they were unable to procure stocks of wheat at the Government proclamation price of 4s 2d per bushel, although large supplies are stored in Sydney. Later the Government issued a pro clamation, seizing 140,000 bags of wheat at present stored at Darling Island. It is known that large supplies arc also being withheld from sale in country districts, but information on this point is still being sought by the authorities. It is under stood that it was the intention of one of the large holders to remove his stored wheat from the jurisdiction of the Govern ment by shipping it out of the state to day, but this contemplated action has been prevented.
Home-Sewing in War Time. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 September 1914
Home-Sewing' in War Time. In these days of war and auxicly count less women throughout Australasia arc industriously making clothes for themselves and the .children. Indeed, many women are sewing for husbands and sons aa well, (or pyjamas and shirts must be forthcoming with clockwork regularity, even though Paris falls. To sew effectively and economically the average woipan must" have a simple and reliable pattern. To supply this need the publisher of " gverylady's Journnl" has just issued a '18 page pattern catalogue showing designs of putterns suitable for spring and summer use. In addition, many pages ot Australian stencil and fancy work designs. The publisher ot " Everylady's Journal" now offers to send any one of our women readers a copy of this new pattern catalotjuo free of charge. Simply write-" Send pattern catalogne free" on a sheet of note paper, sign your full name and address, and enclose one penny stamp to cover poalage on catalogue. If the letter is addressed to " Eve...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 September 1914
JKoroit Weekly Sale. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. O^ORIENBROsTwil Sell by Public JO Auction on above date, when thoy will offer ' CATTLE. 6 Prime Cows 5 Choicc Diiiry Cows, from J. Baulch junr. S Choico Dairy Cows, from F. Maddtn 10 Good Store Cows SHEEP 20 Pritno Comeback Wothcrs PIGS. HOKSES. SUNDRIES. Spocial Buyer for strong, well-grown STORES in attendance Warrnambool Corporation Vards. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 05 DRIEN BROS will Sell by Publio _D Auction, at the Corporation i'ardo, on the above date tho following CATTLE: 5 Prime COWB 15 Good Conditioned Cows SHEEP. 30 Primo firBt-cross Wethora 20 Prime Crossbred Ewes HOKSES SUNDRIES. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. j FAT & STORE PIGS. PAKMDRE, SATURDAY', 3rd OCTOBER, 191!. At " Craig-leburn." Genuine Clearing Sale OF DAIRY HERD, HORSES & PLANT, ORIEN BROS. & J. B. HOLDEN V-J J3 & CO. (in conjunction) under in* atructiona from Mrs. S0MMERY1LLE, will Sell by Public Auction, on the Pro» porty, cominoncing at 1.3...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 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 ? XJS THAT TRIAL. E. B. PHILLIPS, U-EBIG STREET WA88NAMB00L The Best-Thc Cheapest MACHINES ARE SOLD BY A LOCAL FIRM. PRICES; £3 10s. TO £9 15s. Long Guarantee, EASY TEfim. Tuted and Fouad THE BEST, la use all over thi The Comfort of Thoaiands of Housewives* They save more money and do more work with less labor than any other machines on the market, and ysu can't wear them est. Ward Bros. WARD ft ROS., 36-38 Errol St., North Melbourne I9BEIT PIT® TIKB3E MEBCKANT, HIGH STllEKT, IN VITUS 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 Roek Insurance Co. COMMERCIAL ®OiVO, Koroit. W. J. LEDDIN, Licensee. AN UP-TO-DA'...
United Friendly Societies' Committee. CARNIVAL DAY, OCTOBKK 10. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 September 1914
United Friendly Societies' Committee. CARNIVAL DAY, OCTOBKK 10. A well-attended meeting of delegates from the various societies represented cn j the above committee was held on Thursday 1 evening, the president (Mr. Kobt. Paton) in the chair. CORRESPONDENCE Krom secretary Port Fairy Hospital, ex pressing sincere appreciation for the splen did support received in the past, and stating that members of the hospital com mittee will do all in their power to make the coining carnival a success. From secretary NVarrnambool Citizens' Kami, stating tlint the band will be pleased to attend the carnival and assist as ttsunf. Krom the acting inspector of fisheries and game forwarding a permit to keep an emu in captivity in the Koroit Uotanic Gardens. MTKKAKY COMPETITION'S, SKWlNcs, ETC. U was resolved that entries for the above close on the Thursday before the carnival. Late crifrics will be received on tho morn ing of the carnival on payment of double entry fee-in classes for which there is no...
THE Koroit Sentinel AND Tower Hill Advocate. PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 19. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 September 1914
THE AND $iU ^(U'ocatf. PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 19. Current Topics. The unusual spectacle of a triplet of three year old bullocks was seen in the Camperdown sale yards on Tuesday. The trio came from Cloven Hills, and were sold on account of Messrs Cole Bros. So much alike were the beasts that to singly identify any one of them would have been very difficult. Realising £13 10s cach the trio brought £40 ios-a magnificent return for one calving. The beasts were in good condition, and were purchased by Mr. Williams, of Cobden. At a meeting of the board of directors of the Colac dairying company the fol lowing resolution was passed:-" In view of the disloyalty of a few of the share holders, the board has decided that in future, bonuses will only be paid to share holders who supply the whole of their milk and cream to the company." Prices for August were iixed as followsButter fat is Id per lb., eggs yd per dozen. The rate paid for butter fat is one penny ahead ...
Why the Empire is at War [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 September 1914
Why the Empire is at War TIIOBO wlio go to thn fronb oughb nob to lie will)out a clear idea of llm cause for which they aro lighting. It is advisable that they should nob bo so densely ignorant as tlinb scionlilic gen tleman who is reported to havo sniil that Great) Britain and Gormany hail gone to war ovor a trunipory quarrel in Servia with which Great Britain hud no concern. That quarrel botween Austria and Sevvia need not have led to a war between Germany and any other Dation. That it did 80 was en tirely Geimany'a fnult I When Austria, egged on (lioyond all reasonable doubt) by Gormany, de clared war against Servin, alio know perfectly well that active operations on her pnrb were bound to bring Russia into the fiold. Shu know it, and Ger many knew ib, nnd tho stop was taken in thu light of that knowledge. Rus sia, in consequence, began mobilising, and Germany, in her anxiety to throw thn blame for au outbreak of hostilities on Russia, demandod that that mobili sotion should ceas...
DEPARTURE OF DR. ORCHARD. FAREWELL SOCIAL AT PORT FAIRY. EULOGISTIC SPEECHES AND PRESENTATION. Port Fairy, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 September 1914
DEPARTURE OF DR. ORCHARD. FAREWELL SOCIAL AT PORT FAIRY. EULOGISTIC SPEECHES AND PRESENTATION. Port Fairy, Wednesday. When it bceamo known that Dr. Orchard intended leaving Port Fairy and had disposed of his practice to Dr Porn, of Loongatha, nil sections of tho community appeared to vio with each other in arranging ft suitable scnd-oA to tlie popular doctor, and when the Mayor convened a mooting for this purpose thero was such a largo gathering of ladies and gentle men. that it was difficult to provide seating accommodation. Lists were speedily opened. Donatious were to bo of a purely voluntary nature, an it wan felt that tho difficulty would be, not to get. enough cash, hut that too much would be subscribed. Strong working committer.1; were appointed to arrange a social evening, and this took place in the Lecture Hall on Monday evening. From early morning the ladies were busy in decorating the interior of tho building, and their efforts were much admired. Greenerv, ferns and arum ...
MURDERER CAPTURED. THE ROYAL PARK TRAGEDY. Melbourne, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 September 1914
MURDERER CAPTURED. THE ROYAL PARK TRAGEDY. ?Melbourne, Wednesday. Antonio fcoro, ior whoso arrest a warrant had been issued in connec tion with the murder of Miss Pat ricia. Iiickett in lloynl Park on Mon day evening, was found this morning concealed bv rope lashings in the poop of^ tho collier Prophet, in tho Kiver Yarra. He had been-for 24 hours on the Prophet, which will sail for^ Newcastle to-morrow. Early this morning one of the men emploved on tho vessel called at tho ltussell-street i>oIico station and said that there was a man on board whoso description seemed to tally with that published yesterday evening tof tho man sought.by the police. The informant stated that the man had arrived at the ship at l a.m. yesterday, distressed, and in nn almost exhausted condition, with blood on his face and a deep wound on his right chcek. Ho had accounted for his dishevelled appearauce and the wound by stating that ho had been in a brawl with some jtailors on another ship. His one obje...
THE FEDERAL CABINET. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 September 1914
THE FEDERAL CABINET. The Foderal Labor parly held a lonntby sitting on Thursday to elect a now Ministry by ballot. Mr. Fisher subsequently announced the result as follows : Mr. Fisher : Prime Minister and Treasurer. Mr. Hughes: Attorney-General. benator Pearce: Ministor of Defence. Mr. Tudor : Minister of Customs. Mr. Archibald : Minister for Home Affairs. Mr, Spence : PostmasterGeneral, Mr. Arthur : Minister fot External Affairs. Senator Gardiner: Vice-President of the Executive Council. Mr Mnhon, Mr Jensen, and Senator Russell, Honorary Ministers,
WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 September 1914
VVARRNAMBOOL. O'Brien Bros, roport: Tuesday, September 15. Pigs-370 penned, of which 170 wero stores. Prime baconers sold at about late rates, bub medium quality showed no im provement; forward stores wero in brisk request, but smaller sorts wore dull. We .old 127 for Messrs 15. Wiekham at 73a 6&lt;l, D. Malady 75s 6d, Koger Lauo 72s 6d, John JLumsden 80* 6d, 0. Uoborgung 84a, J Hnddon 82a 6d, O. K. Eldridge 76s 6d, Th&lt;»» KellV S5f, Mrs Slattery 09a 6d, Matthew Glcoson 67s, Michael O'Donohoo 75s Cd, J Ryan 88s, A. Murdock 8la, and storya for Musars J. Smith £7 17a Cd, A. Kuhl 44s and 26s, Goodcu Bros 52s 6d and 46s 6d, V Gornma 33s 6d aud 15s, Collius Bros 51a, E. O'Flaherty 35s, P. O'Keefo £5 2s 6d, Allan M'Donald £5 5s, 24s, 25s, and 30^, and quote primo bacon pigs 80s to SSs 6d, good do. 70s to 78s 6d, medium 60s to 66s 0d, best forward stores 383 to 52s 6d, well grown sorts 27s 6d to 35B, slips 17s tu 25s, smaller sorts 8s to 14s, sows und litters to £7 17s 6d...