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Potato Growers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 October 1914

Potato Growers' Associa tion. I » At the recent meeting of the local Farm ers' (Jo-Operative Society the proposed rules and regulations of the above associa tion were read, and a request made that a delegate be appointed to attend a meeting in Melbourne on December 1st. The ob jects of the association are as follows To secure information on all matters re lating to the potato growing industry, and to disseminate same to branches. To watch over, and if necessary, influ ence legislation affecting the industry generally, especially in the following direc tions That every agent be registered on paying an annual license fee, and satisfying the Minister ol Agriculture that he is in a financial position and a fit person to be licensed ; such agents not to be purchasers but to sell on commission only. That the government appoint a Board to enquire into the production, grading, and marketing of potatoes. That potatoes sent to Victoria be in spected by Victorian inspector and bo sub ject to t...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 October 1914

THE WAR. TIlO Allies continue to ninko im portant progross in Western Belgium, Along tho const tlio British navy is rendering voluoblo assiotnnco to tho land furcos. The terms of tho Liritisli Admiralty's .cknowledgment of Japan's help at son havo boon published. Sir Gfiorgo Reid, speaking nt a Tra falgar Dny demonstration in London, branded tho Kaiser as "a sham Na poleon." Contrary lo expectations, tho Royal ists in Portugal nro opposed to tho Republic lighting on tho sida of tho Allies. in Forbidding tho snlo of vodka, tho Ruxsian Government makes a sncrillco of .£00,000,000 of revenue a yonr. Tho decision was tho outcomo of tha noteworthy diminution of crime, which followed the temporary prohibition im posed nt tho outsot of tho war on selling alcohol. Tho raiding Gorman cruisor Emdrn hns added several Britiuh vessels to her lisb of victims. In llusBia tho Germans. In..C--wan tonly devastated tho villoges, every whoro burning houses, pillaging aud smashing furuituro. Churches wo...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Port Fairy Election. MH. H. S. BAILEY AT KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 October 1914

Port Fairy Election. MH. H. S, BAiLKY AT KOROIT. There was a Rood attendance in the Koroit Mechanics' Hall on Saturday night m hear Mr. H. 5. Bailey, the selected Labor candidate for the Port Fairy scat ;in the Legislative Assembly. 1 lie Mayor, Cr. JnoV Downey, presided, and introduced '''in hTs'opcninK remarks Mr. Bailey re ferred to the progress made !>v Labor in Australia. Twenty-three years ago there was not OIH. Labor member in any I ai I la ment, now there were no fewer than 250 ,w,r members, and besides the Common wealth, in three out of the six Slates a 1 ihor novcinment was tn power. Ue mocracy now recognised Labor as its champion and protcclor. A ,onal reference iniRht .lot be out of place, tip was a member of the 1 ort Kmy council for the past eight years and had occupied the Mayoral chair, and always took a keen interest m anything calculated 0 advance the welfare of the district. He was out to liRht this election on purely political questions, and believed bis polit...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RED [?]OCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 October 1914

RED ,2»«««3S=9CIETY. A meeting of the local branch of the above was held in the Mechanics' Hall on Thursday, after which n box of articles containing the following wns sent to tho central depot:-21 flmnel garments, - cholera bolts, 3 p*irs blankets, one rag, and a number of handkerchiefs. The uexb mooting will be held on Thursday, 5th November. The committee acknowledge the re ceipt of £1 Is from the Koroit Racing Club, snd £1 Is from the Koroit Tennis Club. The comuiitteo desire donations of clean old linen, as a great quantity is required by tho central committco, Melbourne. Tho October-November numher of Strad's " Koviow of Reviews" (6d.) maintains the high standard of the first issue. Mr. Stead's European experience has made him an authorita tive writer on tho war. His " Pro gress of the War" is certain to bo read with much attention. He points out that although we hear of nothing bub victories by the Russians, serious reverses have obviously befallen thorn. He also is rery uuea...

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 — 24 October 1914

Koroit Weekly Sale. il'HURSDA Y, OCTOBER 20. 05 ORIEN BROS, wil Soil by Foblio .13 Auction on abovo date, when thoy will odor CATTLH. 5 Prime Oowa from Killarney 6 Fleshy Cowa 5 do do 4 For..-aril Springers SHEKl1. 20 I'riino C'ro»»brod Ewce 30 do do LambB 20 Croeobrod 2'tooths io good order PIGS. HORSES. SUNDRIES. Spooial Buyer for strong, well-grown STORES in attendance Warrnambool Corporation Yards. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 2S. O, DRIEN BROS, will Soli by Public Jj Auction, at the Corporation Yards, on the above dato the following CATTLE: 5 Prime Cowa from Yangery .1 do do from Graamcre SHEEP. 25 Prime Crossbred Ewea and W«there 20 Prime Lambs HOKSES SUNDRIES. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27. FAT & STORE PIGS. Koroit Weekly Sale. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29. MURCH, TAYLOR & BEAL (through their Auctioneer, H. G. Wilson) will hold thoir Woekly Sale of Stock at their Koroit Yarda on the above date, when they Will offer CATTLE. SHEEP PIGS. HORSES. SUNDRIES. Warraambool Corporation 7ards. ?WED...

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 — 24 October 1914

KOROIT Agricultural Society. Saturday, gist November. piuzITLIST. Certificates for all Stallions 3 yrs. old and over must bo cxltibitcd to the Secretary at tho timo of entry. SECTION A.-DRAUGHT HORSES. Stewards.-Messr*. P. CROWE, AY. STEVENSON, J. .MILLER and D. GORMAN. Glass. 1-Stallion, 4 yrs. old and over 3 0 0 second, gift of P. Ryan jfcl.and W- Stacey,-10/... -1 10. 0. o-3-year-old Colt 2 0 0 second, gift of Messrs. Saltan and Son 10 3-2-ycar-old Colt 2 0 0 second, gift of H. Bon nott 0 10 4--Yearling colt 2 0 0 second gift of Mr. J. Iviely ........ *... 0 10..0 5-Brood Maro in foal, or with foal at foot 2 10 0 second, gift of Mr. M. Lano . . . . 0 10 6-Heavy Draught Maro (brood inares excluded) .. 2 10 0 second, gift of Colonial Bank 1 0 0 7-Draught Maro that has never won a prize, tho gift of Fanners' Co-oper afcivo Society 2 2 0 second gift of same.... 1 1 8-Heavy Draught Gelding 1 10 second, gift of Messrs. P. Crowe and D. Gavin 10/6 each 1 1 fl-Li«aht Draught Maro or Geldi...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE Kovoit Sentinel AND Tower Hill Advocate. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING OCTOBER 21. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 October 1914

THE llovoit J»<ntind AND |utt gkrtvocatc PUBLISHED EVERY SiTUUPA* SATURDAY MOEHING OCTOBKR 21. Current Topics. Mr. Geo. Smith's po&y zpillfon, Bally Golly, has again been biought inty promi nence as a sire by Balliang, which won the pijic and a half trot at Ballarat this month off 110 yards behind. Balliang travelled at the rate of 2.40 to the mile and won by ,9ver <t0 yards, npt a ,bad performance. Mi- AifiC Parr left Koroit on Wednes day for Broadmeadows, bis services hav ing bcea accepted for tiic Third Expedi tionary Force. There is every probability that at no distant date telephone rates in Australia will be substantially increased <sayc the Age). The latest report of the Postmaster General'sdepartmentdisclosedadeficieiijcy in the working of the telephone branch of no less than £221,756, equal to a Jost of about 25 per cent. This, in the opinion of the secretary (Mr. Oxenham), indicates that the rates, which, he says, are much low'Jr th...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 October 1914

DEATH. M.OKOKEV.-At OroBsley, on the '22ad October, Denis Moroncy, aged 77 years. RI.P. | Requiem Mats will be celebrated at th6 R.G. Church, Oroeeley, at 10 o'clock, od Saturday (To-day). The funeral will leave immediately afterwarde for th« Tower Hill Cemeteiy.] T. RUNDELL & SON, Undertakers.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Friendly Societies Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 24 October 1914

Friendly Societies Com- mittee. A meeting of the above was held on Thursday evening to settle accounts in connection with the recent carnival. There were present - Messrs Robt. Paton (president), D Spring, Conlan, McEvitt, Pearson, Caffrey, M. Crowe, R. Morris, W. Murray, L. Gapes, G. H. Matters, and the secretary (Mr. J. McGann). The president extended a welcome to Mr. R Morris, a new member repre- senting the I O R. CORRESPONDENCE. From R. Nankervis, stating that he would be forwarding the ambulance on 27th inst., after it has been inspected by Dr. Spiers, and Mr. Greenwood, secretary St. John's Ambulance Asso- ciation. - Messrs. Conlan, Spring, and the secretary undertook to have the ambulance placed in the shed on arrival. From Victoria Railways stating that the revenue from the special trains amounted to £12 5s., showing a loss of   £2 15s ; 59 passengers travelled from Port Fairy, and 87 from Warrnauibool. The president said the addition of the bandsmen's fares in...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Can Germany Win? [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 October 1914

Can Germany Win? One of the best contributions to Lhe litera ture of the war is made by Dr. Kitchctt in " Life" for November. Treating the sub ject under three main sections, he shows very clearly, first, how the challenge of Germany was met; second, how the whole campaign is moving; and third, the story of the battles. And his final judgment seems to be that Germany, in spite of her magnibcent lighting machine, and her wonderful organisation-to both of which tribute is paid-is fore-doomed to failure for reasons which he sets out plainly and very clearly. Dr. FiUhctl's review of the war's pro gress is illustrated with many pages of One pictures and accompanied by several special articles bearing on the same subject-ouch as a personal view of the Kaiser by a lead ing Australian minister now in London ; an informative article on the gcugraphy of the war; and a description of the aerial navies of the Great Powers by W. A. Somerset, under the suggestive title, 41 The terror that Hies by...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Times History of the War. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 October 1914

The Times History of the War. The London " Times" announces (hat if will publish an adequate history ot the grent war of all the centuries in a set of finely illustrated volumes under the general title of "The Times History of the War." It is fitting that this greatest of all news papers should set out to publish this history of the greatest world conflict in a form worthy of the subject. 11 The Times History of the War," writes 11 The Times" itself, *' is destined to take its place as the most accurate and authorita tive record of the gigantic European struggle now in progress. Being the product of Iho uniquo organisation ot' The Times,'this history will constitute a work of permanent importance and value-a work which every British citi/.cn should read and preserve if he is intelligently to understand the causes and issueo of this titanic conflict," In spite of the enormous demand in England for the volumes of "The Times History of the War," the proprietors have arrancd to ship a g...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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General Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 October 1914

. General Summary. At tho Geclong Grammar School sports held last week W. S. (Jack) Lindsay, of "Quamby," won tlie mile, half-mile, and 110 yards events. A proclamation lias been issued pro hibiting tlia export of Australian coal. The objecb of ibis is to prevent1 the coal from reaching Germany. Tho second Expeditionary Force is now practically complete. All the officers havo beeu appointed, and all personnel. Tho discipline of the troops is excellent. The estimated sugar crop of Queens land is 210,000 tons, including a record yield in the north-western districts. When the Lytton Dramatic Co. was giving a performance to a crowded house at Hopetoun on Show night, the marquoo collapsed duriog a wind storm. Thero was a scono of confusion for some time, but no oue was iujurod. Tho report of the Commonwealth clothing factory for Hie year onded June shows a profit of Jti 12,789. It is stated that) tho water supply is so short in Ararat that tho authorities aro taking steps to temporarily ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Koroit Spring Races. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 October 1914

j Koroit Spring Races. The sweltering heat and hot winds last Saturday groatly intorfcrcd wilhtho utton danco at tho nbovo rncca lai-t Saturday, and mado thing® uncomfortable for those who I patronised tho mocting, AH a result tho ( takings showed a substantia! decrenao, and tho club will probal)ly bo faced with ft deficit of £40. Although fields wore below tho avorage tho racing was interesting, mid : ' winners hard to pick. Aftor tho running j of tho Pony Rnco tho ownor of the favorito ? (Coronation Day), naked for an enquiry into j tho riding of iho pony. Evidence was taken after which P. Porrettwas cautioned for not riding his mount out. Tho following f-dicmla conducted the meeting in a satis factory mannor-Proaident, Mr J. Downey ; stewards, Messrs P. Gorman, M. Bourke, T. C. Uundctl, J. Downoy, and J. Kelly ; judgo, Mr VV. Latta; timekeeper, Mr M. , 1 Crowe ; staiter, Mr W. O'Brien, clock of I scaloa, Mr T, Lano ; clork of courso, Mr \V. Coonerty ; secretary, Mr. J. J. Crawfor...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 October 1914

THE WAR. Berlin admits that tho Gorman army in Foland is retreating before the Russians. Tlio Austrians are now engaged with a Russian forco which is stated officially nt Vienna to bn of superior strength. Looking westward {com Warsaw od night the countryside appears to ho in "arnes as a result of tho many fires causnd by bursting sheila. Thero arn indications that the Grr mon assaults in Western Belgium are growing weaker. Botha has routod tho Boor rebels led by Beyors, and oapturtd 80.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 October 1914

MOTHERHOQp. "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. Without 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 their hearts' desire gratified, will be sent free to anyone who cuts out this advt. and sends it to Dept. B.50, LADIES' COLLEGE OF HEALTH, Phair's Build ings, 327 Collins St., Melbourne. 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, wilt be sent free to anvone who cuts out this advt. and sends It to Dept. A. 50...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Racing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 October 1914

Racing Notes. In regard to the Derby a last word must be written to-day. Tlio general opinion seems still to favor the idea that the finish will bo fought out be tween Mountain Knight and AVoorak; but it is not such mi easy matter to make a choice between the two. It appears to bo settled thai Woorak will attempt to win all tlio way, and if so the' colt will certainly be &ot a severe task. Newliaven, as pre viously mentioned, won his Derby all the way, and Woorak nwy repeat tho performance; but Uo will need to ha ' quite as good as even his most ardent friends suppose to do it, Mind you, one is not attempting to find any. fault with the policy to ho pursued with Woorak-that is, if it is really intended to try to make "one act" of tho Derby this afternoon. There appears to bo nothing else for it. lror the A.J.C. Derby an effort was made to control AVoorak*. and it is claimed that tho experiment was not 'a Success. His friends state tliat lie beat liimsolf by falling. lie may ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Drought Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 October 1914

Drought At Dunnstown dry rqt lias caused iho potato seed to fail. The Warracknabeal Agricultural So ciety's receut show resulted in a loss of I £100. * A large quantity of grass at Langwarry has been destroyed by the white grub. The potato seed at Leigh Creek has 1 perished through dry rot, caused by lack of moisture. Hay crops at Portarlinglon should aver age a ton to the acre. Late barley crops look promising. Yarrawonga show produced a loss of between £30 and £40. Chaff is being sold at Dookie at £7 for ton lots; while some farmers are asking £8 a ton for hay in the stack. Grass and crops havi- almost all wither ed off at Nathalia. Chaff is scarce, and the price has risen to £6 10s 2 ton. Farmers are in difficulties for feed at Raywood. Chaff is quoted at up to £7 a ton. The farmers sold out some time ago at £2 and £3 10s. Mr. Ashford, New South Wales Minis ter for Agriculture, in tlie Legislative As sembly, in reply to a number of questions regarding the poisoning of rabbits, st...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sunday Corner. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 October 1914

Sunday Corner. BY " RADIATOR." Grief puts a bandage over our eyes, life is sad, and lonely, and dark, but God is near; and if you ask, He will show springs of consolation, of which you may drink. What the fire is in fixing the colour on the porcelain vase, that temptation is in rendering permanent the lessons and im pressions made by God's providence and grace. We may be sure of certain blessings, ours in God's safe keeping, though tlicy are withheld till the moment that his wis dom sees best. As all the world wasafl'ected by Adam's sin, so all are included m God's love in Jesus. It is impossible to over estimate the cffcct of a good man's prayers.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Koroit Butter Factory. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 October 1914

Koroit Butter Factory. The annual meeting of shareholders in the above was held in the Mechanics "all yesterday nfternoon, Mr. }'. Lr".?i°'^ man of directors, presiding. 1 litre was onlv a small attendance. , The secretary read the balance sheet and directors' report, which have already appeared in these columns. The chairman said lie (lidn tknow whe ther they should be complimented or otherwise. The directors had done then best for the company. Tlicy had some 1 difficulty about cream, and purchased a pasteuriser and got some experts from the Agricultural Department to auvise. I hey advised doing away with rusl.v cans. They instructed the roanascr to intorm the suppliers that if they brought 111 in ferior cream they would not gtt top pace. The butter manufactured from the cream not brought in properly generally went off.' Some of it might get 111 the good butter and the result would he disastrous. Some of the cream suppliers were getting ' dissatisfied, as other companies sent for t...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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A Destructive Fire. EIGHT-ROOMED HOUSE AND COVTENTS BURNED. GOOD WORK BY BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 31 October 1914

A Destructive KIOUT-UOOMBD HOUSE AND COV TUNIS BURNKI), GOOD WORK BY IlttlGADH, Tho rosidenta of Koroit , on m n a so to tho call of tho r""! yesterday morning, tho warning'nS' of which prnr.tr/vtpd ovary p«r6 of town about 3 a.m. IVIih, ,ll!« rant; out /Limes wore alroarfy 3ri, . ' hifih, and thoro was no .liflicun ""g locating tho outbreak. Tho siJn"! townspeople) turned into CommoS I Inco, which wan brightly i|!"mi" . j find it was found tlmt tho iir^ ' burning strongly i" tho pr,,"is", . .private hospita by Mrs. HM|i The> alarm was c.vnn by tho Mm,"?" DuRus, who livo opposite. Mr. j ' Ouffus honrtl n moiso roaciublirifr fv»Mtn« filass about 2 30 a.m., and, eonclur n that it was caused by cati, fl0 "cnt * sleep again. Ho w" soon nw,kcnpd° by similar "o,9c, "nd a cr.cklijj burning wood. Ou cettinrr i tho front of tho house in flumes and\T OIJCO sot out to acquaint tho inmates of that and tho adjoining houses of ho danger Messrs P. C. and V Duffus rang: tho f.reboll with Ml spcc...

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