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HOME-MADE TOOL GRINDER. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 October 1914
HOMH-MAX>E TOOL GRINDER. Having need for a small grinder that «*as not expensive, a Texas houso-wife managed to make one that was very satisfactory, and that cost less than a lollor. Having on hand an old sowing machine,* sho removed tho top, whioh .»vas beyond repair, and mado out of it a plain top of pine. She then brought a family griudstono, eight inches in diameter for seventy-fivo cents. This has a cast-iron trough to hold tho .vater. and two cast-iron supports, ono .;t either, side. 0:?o of theso sho re moved, and placed it out near the end of the top to support the shaft. This chaft is a pieco of one-half inch squaro iron; tho pulley is a largG wooden spool: with a squaro cut in to fit on to tno shaft. _ If caro is used in construct*; iriig so that all parts fit well, this tool minder will ho found to work splendid*. )y. ondthero isn't anything to get ouJ of order.
Racing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 October 1914
Racing Notes. To-day, in «1I likelihood, Sylvun more, who has in Uio last six niumlis doito so well i" handicap company «il) bo given « chaneo to .prove himself ul AVeight for Ago. It may bo tli;it he will not l>i> lound wanting ether Sylvanmore. in following the j^i,} utter being left .it the post nt Mooiim Valley on Saturday, did a ratlior re markable thing. Ho was timed tn run the last illile of ten fiirlon(r3 j" .1.11, and this with Slst Oil) on his back, must be put down ns ijrst class travelling. If S.vlvanmoro is started mid shapes up to tho mailt on Satiirl day against Uncle Sam and Co, m t.lto October .Stakes, |ho will cojaiu seriously into tho calculations for tho Canlfield Cup, in which ho will carry tho handy woighfc of 8st ulb. Tlici'o is Homo talk of Radnor for tlio Metroplitan Handicap, to ho run on tho second day of tho A..7.0. Spring mooting, but it is not yet de finitely known whether tho EnrMnn liorso is intcfidcd to start for this particular race. As previo...
Stock Markets. KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 October 1914
Stock Markets. Koitoir. O'Hrlon Broa. report: Thuraday, Oclobor 1. Piga.-IUO pcuued. Although competi lion wan &lt;m&lt;-ior, .ill puns wuro sold at mic tion for Messrs Thontnn Kyan 20s, Alex. Morrin 28a, John Brodurick 13a Gil and 20s, Joseph Pyo i;jn, John ICuvunugh 3ih, Mrs Gardiner Gs nut! 30«, Mra James Kyan 27a Gd, Martin Purocll 13h Gd ami 2!h Oil, Con. Conway £0 15*, Michael Russell 7(K Clum Murnam- 17a Oil and 211a, Tim. M Cluakoy 10a and 28s, John Liui-huii £0 lis, and quote best forwnrd stores 28* to 39*, well grown hoi Ih 20a to 26M, slips 03 to 13*, brood sowa 47* Oil, sows and litters £3 10» to £0 ICk. Sheep-Only ono pon of S3 crossbrod CWCH and wuthcra (nhoi n) in forward condi tion, punned and sold at 13s 5d for Air Martin M'Mnhmt. OaLtlo-14G yurdod. Kat cattle were ro« presented by 46 head of primo to lloahy cows, ior which thoro was a brisk (lomanri, and all sold at full raloa. Only n few choico dairy cows and hoifera mot any compotition. All other ...
UNNECESSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 October 1914
UiVNEUKSSAU*. It was indeed a beautiful night. Tho zephyrs jiiavod musically nnnd tho delicate fronds of tho turnip-tops, md wafted from far-distant fields tho %nl)tlo perfuiuo of tho luscious onion and tlio fiagtanco of decnving eab '"jictsy," lio whispered, as they sat together on tho fenco surrounding Mrs I'lanignu's pig-stye, "'off bea-utiful vou be! Jos' thmk of it, Betsy 1 When ii« bo married, we will havo n pig of ;ur own I Think of that, Betsy 1" "l)an," sho whispered, a note of ro entmei'.t in her voice, "what do I caro fur pigs? I shan't want a pig whon iVo got you I" Then all was silent once more, snvo for tho musical frolics of tho zephyrs ilr'eady mentioned.
Football. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 October 1914
Football. Another grout giuni! is oxpocted this nftornooo, wbon llio grand challenge match will l"1 P'11/'1' llt Wiirrnnni bool, l>i:f-wc.on tho Koroit and Warr n»iiibnol Loams. In cmisequmiuo nf a few players having Jfft. ..> Jstic.p mili jury engagements slight alterations nj|| lm matte on both sides. If Koroit piny with the sumo dash nnd deter mination "3 on tlio Inst occasion they jinvc nil excellent clianco of bringing liuimi tlio premiership. Tlio match Kill lio umpired by Elder, of llio LoiiS«H "ff defeated blame the tinipirp," nv,s "nc.n morn bori c out on Saturday, ,v]I,mi tint Warrnauilionl team had to lower itJ colors to Koroit in tin- liiml ninkli. The supporters of tlm homo tfiiiii with biassed against Tain before l[,n match, in fact had informed tho ,SSiici,'ition that) they would not piny gntli-r liim. From Iho start tJiny wited their spleen against him, nnd it 1)10 conclusion of tlio mutch thero iv,i5 a hostile demonstration of n dis jrsoi'fnl character by a se...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 October 1914
Koroit Weekly Sale. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8. £\) 15RIKN BROS, wil Sell by PubHo Auction 011 above date, when hicy will offor CATTLE. .I Prinio Cows from Killarney, f> Prime Cows from Moyne. (1 Extra Choico Dairy Cow# anil Heifers, lU Good Store Cows. SHEEP. I'O Crossbred EWPS and Wethers Shorn* PIGS. HOUSES. SUNDRIES. Special Buyer foe strong, wcll*grown S PJ RES in attendance Warrnambool Corporation Yards. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 7. 011)RIF.N BROS. will Sell by Public JD Auction, at the Corporation Yards, oil the abovo divto the following CATTLE: 5 Prime Cows. ^ Flcady Conditioned Cows. ?1 Choico Dairy Cows. "SHEEI\ -0 Prime Lambs. HOKSES SUNDRLES. TUESDAY. OCTOBER B. i'Al & STORE PIGS. PAKMURE. THIS DAY. iVt " Cralg'loburn." Genuine Clearing Sale OF DAIRY HERD, HORSES & PLANT. 05 ORIEN BROS. & J. B. HOLDEN JL> & CO. (iu conjunction) under in structions from Mrs. SOMMERY1LLE, will Sell by Public Auction, on the Pro* perty, commencing at 1.30 p.m. aharp ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 October 1914
AT PHILLIPS' Furniture for the Cottage or the Mansion. Only iirst-class. workmen em-; ployed at our Factory. One trial will convince you of the superiority of our goods. GIVE US THAT TRIAL. Hi. jft.. PHILLIPS, Li ft BIG STREET WAffiiNAMSOOL is Best-TSie Cheapest MACHINES ARE SOLD BY A LOCAL FIRM. PRICES: £S 10s. TO £9 15s. Loa£ Guarantee. EASY TEBHS. Twtid and Found THE'BEST, la QSC all over thi Commonwealth. The Comfort of Thousands of Houscv/ives. They save more money and do mire work with lis) labor than any other machines on the market, aad yoa can't wear them out Ward Bros. Sell them. Write for Illustrated Catalogue. WARD BROS., 36-38 Errol St., North Melbourne IT TIMBER MERCHANT, 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 Go.'s Open Fire Stoves Law Union and Kock Insurance Co...
THE [?] Sentinel AND [?] Advocate. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING OCTOBER 3. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 October 1914
THE flotoit Routine! AND ©owev £iiU ^(U'ocatf PUBLISHED EVERY SAXUBDAS SATURDAY MORNING OCTOBER 3. Current Topics. Mr. W. Breen notifies having disposed of his bakery business to Mr. Smith, (late of Sale), and asks that the patronage accorded him may be given to his successor. The incoming baker promises to give his customers fair ticatmcnt, and the best of goods. Mr. Breen will be leaving Koroit on the 14th inst., and accounts will not be allowed to remain outstanding after that date. Residents willjregret Mr. Breens departure as.he has been a good townsman. Application has been made for the ad ministration of the estate of Teresa Cleary, of Koroit, who died on the 13th February, leaving £1175 realty and £124 personally in trust for her husband and relatives. The "Bulletin" says:-"Almost the moment war was declared the price of cream of tartar, otherwise acid potassium tartrate, used for making baking powder, soared from IlJ&lt;d or Is per pound, retail, to 2s Gd, and, at t...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 October 1914
DEATH. QUINLAN. –At Hawkesdale, on the 12th September, Phillip Quinlan, brother of Johanna Quinlan, Michael and Thomas Quinlan, and the late Mrs. Carey, Mrs. Gleeson, and Mrs. Madigan. Native of Glenereist, Boriss Lea, Tipperary, Ire- land. Aged 80 years. Fifty years a colonist. MARRIAGE. STORER–SMITH. –On the 30th Septem- ber, at the Presbyterian Church, Koroit, by the Rev. J. Beck, Jonathan Gordon, son of Mr and Mrs Joseph Storer, of Branxholme, to Ethel Amelia, daughter of the late Joseph and Mrs Smith, of Caramut.
CROSSLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 3 October 1914
CROSSLEY. News of llic death of Mr. Jnlm Magtrirc was received here wUh feelings of very deep regret, ami sympathy for (lie relatives. The old gentleman had quite a hast of old friends here, who held him in high esteem, and during periodical visits, to his son,. Mr J£. Maguirc, and family, many new friends were added, who were equally approcia* live,: and . pleased, edifVed and enlightened by his cheery and inlcllcctual discourse. Public sympathy also goes out lo the relatives of Mr. Michael Fahcy, eldest son of Mr and Mrs Patrick I'ahcy, of Crosslcy, nuwa of whose death in Wrsturn Ausiraha has come to hand. The late Mr. Fahcy was a native of Crosslcy, and lived here until attracted to the west nearly twenty years ago; His death nt a comparatively early age is deeply regretted by the friends of liis boyhood and his youth, who will hold; litm in grateful.memory for his many good qualities and kindly actions The crops are making slow progress, and it is difficult to say which kind of ...
Stock markets. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 October 1914
Stock markets. O'Jirion Hros. report: Thursday, October 8 Owing In I ho extremely lint and dnaty day only vory light yurdings of all CIimboh wi-re forward, and not. a great deal of buainflRs resulted Pigs.-2,"I penned. Price* woro lower, but all Hotd at auction for Messrs Jolm Mahony 30j, Fitzpatrick Iiro« 27s Gd,Thomas Fleming 81, John Ryan -Island quoto woll grown stores 27a Cd lo 30s, olipu 8s, and sown ami I it lord £.!. Sheep--Ift) penned. A fair demand, anil we sold prime merino wethers I0a for James Ryan, prime crossbred owes I3s 0d, prime lambs lis Gil for Martin M'Mahon, prime lambs 9a for J. H. Hence, and oroaabrcd wethers in good order 10s .'Id to lis ,'M, und . crossbred ewes 8a 8d to IDs lOd for John Cross Cattle-3D yarded. Competition for all otaases was oxtrcmely dull, nnd sales) wore hard to effect, even at reduced valuc«. Wo sold 33 head for Messrs Michael Dwyer, William Uwyor, Daniel Gorman, IS. Trol lope, Joliu SSommorville, John Liun^len, Jamea Hardy, T. M'Cutcho...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 October 1914
BROTHERHOOD, "Motherhood," as the late Dr. Talmage observed, "is the noblest aspiration of womanhood In Its best sense." There is something lacking in the home into which no baby has ever entered. \VUhout the advent of "the little stranger" the hap piness of husband and wife is never quite complete. A book of valuable informa tion, telling how thousands of people have had thoir hearts' deiire gratified, will be sent free to anyone^ who cuts out this advt. and sends it to Dept. B. SO, LADIES COLLEGE OF HEALTH, Phair'* Build ings, 327 Collins St., Melbourne, TO-DAY. XLOBOXT UNITES FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' GRAWB PROCESSION ANL> CARNIVAL. VICTORIA PARK, KOROIT, In aid of the Port Fairy and Wnrrnnmbool Hoapiand Koroit Ambulance Fund. PROCKSSlOiN yimifl nt J.30 Hhnrp from Mechanics' Hall. rnuCEssni.N, I. Best Character. Trophy by Mr. M. Crowe, Vdluo IOh 6d, second 5s. -. Best Pair, First IDs, donated by Mr. M. Glcoaon ; aocond 5a. 3. Group of threo or more. Firat 10a, second 5a. .I. Heat Ch...
Racing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 October 1914
Racing Notes. Hackers &ro very truo to Anna rfarloviM. 'J'Jio Sonlt mfiro was again «jrv«l "l> llot 4UI(1 stro,|l5 1,10 0cto her Ktakos on Saturday. Slio rnn a nood raco, loo, but found Aleconner fist a little too much for Jior At &lt;«(o stoK" ot t,u> lacu "A|1,IU , Was " lnnu way biiuk in tlio field, but her brilliancy brought Jior font-aid 111 time to take a h!1»l1 *» tho finish. Aleconner lmwovor, fuiisliod too Htoutly for her, niitl tho chestnut's admirers for miu Gnulfioid CJnp must li.'ivo returned homo very satisfied with him. Iownit't ailmiroiB, on thn contrary, would ho (iiaililioi'ite'l n'illi that lioiwj'a di&lt;play Ho rail fairly well, howovur, and may do lioltcr with rnoinij. When Sylvanmaro failed 111 suburban company at Kpsom last week, the nioro critical of tho authorities wort inclined to pass liini out of the calcu Jations for tho Ctiullu'Jd CIiip. 15111 a* miinled out, timo and again in this column, it is always dangerous to con dem...
Melbourne Pig Market. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 October 1914
Melbourne Pig Market. Atlamson, Strettle and Co., 3DB Bourke St., Melbourne, report this week's pig market as follows; TIib supply for tho week numbered 1000. Stores -The yarding both a§ re gards number and cumlitiou wa3 about) the same i\s tor the Inst two or ^hrep weolcs, apd there is really pq alteration to report in values, either ono way or tho other. Small stores 18a to 3Qs, slips 13s to 18s, suckers 10s to 16s. Porkers.-In this ol&sa the snpply was well within requirements, conso sequently prices were higher particu larly for prime quality, and we quot« prime heavy 42s to CO i, & few extra ohoice pigs to 65s, prime light 35»to 40s, others from 30s upwards. Bacon Pigs.-The supply was a little larger. This coupled with the IX tremely )iob weather, made businesi any thing but brisk, and taking the market all through prices ereu for best) qualify were hardly equal to thoie ruling l»«t> week, whilst) half and threo quarter (at pigs were difficult) to quit) at de...
Butter Industry. CREAM GRADING PROPOSALS. ABANDONED BY THE GOVERNMENT. (Extract from the "Leader.") [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 October 1914
Butter Industry. CM BAM GKADINU I'KOl'OSAW. AHANUONED HY THH COVliRN MKNT. (Kxtract from the " I.c.ider.") After ninny promises, made apparently with (he tongue in the check, Ihc Govern ment has deoided not to proceed with the cream grading measure which was an nounced aa a definite part of its political programme. At the last Farinera' Conven tion held at Maryborough a few weeks ago, it. was officially stated that the necessary Hill had been prepared, and that it was ready for early submission to Parliament. This undertaking, it is now known, is to be calmly dishonored, and the great dairying industry of the State is to continue its downward career because Ministers lack the courage to apply to existing evils the only true corrective. Leaders of our co operative butter lactorics, who have de voted considerable attention lo the problem of improving the quality of Australian butter, arc particularly indignant at the refusal of the Government to proceed with I he promised remedial act...
Koroit Borough Council. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 October 1914
Koroit Borough Council. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7. The visual monthly meeting of the Ko roit Borough'Council was held on above date, -when there were present:-The Mayor (Cr. Downey) and Crs. Gleeson P. Bourkc, Simmonds and Skilbcck. CORKKSPONDENCE. From the Public Works Department, stating that Mr J, Barnacle, of liast Cam berwell, has been appointed to audit the books of the borough at a fee of £12 ios. From State Accident Insurance Ollicc, offering terms for covering employees under the Workers' Compensation Act, 1914.- Cr. Simnionds moved and Cr.Glee son seconded that the insurance be ar ranged with the local representative of an insurance company. From the Country Roads Board, asking to be supplied with details of the cost of maintaining main roads duiing the past four years, of each road which has been approved by the council as main roads under the Country Roads Act, 1912.-Cr. Simmonds moved, and Cr. Skilbcck seconded that the correspondence from the Country Roads Board be referred...
RED CROSS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 October 1914
RED CROSS SOCIETY. The secretary of the local branch cf the Red Cross Society (Mrs. Martin) wishes to acknowledge receipt of tlio following subscriptions and donations: -ICoroit P.L.O!, (social), ,C3 10s; ICoroifc C.Y.M.S., ,C1 Is; Mrs Laid law, 10a j Miss M'Lachlan, llnnnel ; Mrs Duucau, U pairs woollen sox. Auother successful afternoon was spent on Thursday, when a box con taining 21 lUunul garments, 2 pairs sox, and 5 dozen handkerchiefs was forwarded to the Headquarter of llm society, Federal Government House. The next meeting of the society will bo held on Thursday, 22nd inst.
THE GRAND FINAL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 October 1914
THE GRAND PINAL. Tho footbnll aoanoti of 1911 is now n matter of history, and will long bo rommnborod ns productive of tho beat football ovor seen in tho district, and nlso for tho horoic contests twtnccn two of tho competing tenuis-ICoroit ami Warmambool. Tho grand linsl mntch botwoon thoso teams last Snltir day on tho 'Warrnambool ground w«i witnonsod by about 3000 people, tin gatn takings amounting to £61 10j, It wns a grand exhibition of tho popu lar game, and from start to finish only a [ow points seporatod tho scorei, Warrnambool winning by live pointj, amidst great excitemnnt. At iho bo ginning of tho final quarter tho lncnl team was weakened on tho forward linos by an accident to Ilillis, *ml good opportunities to scorn was lust on this account Tim final scores were Warrnnmb'iol, (1.1) ; Koroit, 0 10.
Footballers Entertained. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 10 October 1914
Footballers Entertained. All tho Victoria hotel on Tuesday ovoning tbo players of thn Koroit Football Club wore ontortainod ftb a smoko sooia), tbo scab of honor being occupied by Mossrs Gil. lSbbott and Maurice Shcohan, tlio mottopolitnn players who havo assisted tbo team Ibis season, Mr M. Bourkn presided, and tbo prococdinga wnro of a most enthusiastic and enjoynblo naturo. After proposing " Tbo Kins," tbo chairman gavo tbo toast " Our Guosts " Ho said they bad found them good fellows socially, and men who do served, and had won thoir osteon). As footballors they were held in high re gard, and had done their best for the Koroit club 011 ovory occasion. Tlio players and supportors felt extremely grateful to thorn for what they bad dono to advance the interests of foot ball. The parting would havo boon more agreeablo had they won tbo premiership admittedly, but thoy could go sway with ibo knowledge that morally they did win it. It bad boon wrested from them by unjust means at an as...