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PRECIOUS BIRD LIFE. HOW MAN'S FEATHERED FRIENDS DKSTROS[?] COUNTLESS INSECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 9 January 1914

PRECIOUS BIRD LIFE. now MAN'S FEATHERED FRIES'D3 DKSTROSL COUNTLESS INSECTS. j Interesting facta concerning the wjrk birds do fnr mankind were given by Mr | James Buckland, tho great authority oo the 1 question, in a lecture at the Hoyal United j >erTico Institution, on Friday, June I3th, j'n Tho Plumage IJill in relation fcj tho j Itrituh Empire. ) The Bill seeks to prohibit the sale in thto : c< untry of tho skins and feathers of the wild | l>irdB of His Majesty's dominions beyond j tho Beas. . Mr Kuckl&nd showed how rapidly insects ) ircrease in numbers by sayius that if the | progeny of the bop vine *pbi« were u». { checked for twelve generations and placed ? H- ft line ten lo the inch, light, travelling at the rate ot 184,000 miles ier secoud, would have to travel for 2,500 years before it had passed the lsa^th of the procession. Bird Life, ho added, by retB»n uf its !l redominating insect diet, ia the most in* dispensable balancing fore* in nature. No ...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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GREAT STORM AT SHEPPARTON [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 9 January 1914

| : I GREAT STORM AT SHEPPARTON ( A cyclonic storm of more than ordi nary violence visited S^eppart^n and district on Tuesday afternoon last. The' sweltering heat of Monday and Tuesday week Inst had raised tbo registering lino of the therm meter to 103 and 104 degrees respec ively ; the latter day being madt more unpleasant b7 reason of tho duat and wind which prevailed. The storm wa', according to many of tho oldest :o idents, one i of the worst, if not the worst, that | lias occurred during llu 1 st 25 or 30 I years. It was accompanied by much thunder and lightning; while hail atones like pieces of ice were pro digious aud prolific -of a size and kind never before remembered in this district. Tho pale, while at its great est, lasted fjr about hulf-an-hour; but during, that period considerable damago was done, and 08 points of rain worn registered. The first approach of tho cyclonic disturbance was a roar like a mi?hty rushing wind making its way through the trees and scrub along t...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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ACCUSED BEFORE THE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 9 January 1914

ACCUSED BEFORE THE COURT. A. man named Edvmd Percy Liddell, aged 67 ylars, was chargrd at llie Polico I'onrt on Friday in >rning with having conspired to defr<ud fcveial people of sum] uf money. The crown alleged that an elaborate fraud luid been worked by means of an advertisement appealing cliieflv in country papers, in the name of ibe 'Ceylon Silk Company, 173 I'itt street, Sydney. When (lie officer called at the address nothing was found there to show what business was being cariied on. The officers visited Liddell's house, and there found his wife surrounded by letters, which elie was opening. They contained many postal notes for 2/6 each. A mail bag for one delivery in cluded 809 letters, containing 1800 postal notes fop 2j6 each. A Bum of £200 has been recovered. Counsel for I iddell said his client wa-" a draper from Queensland, and had excellent refer ences. Accused was rnnando.d until January 14, b . iI being fixed at £500.

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RUSH FOR "CHEAP SILK." [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 9 January 1914

RUSH FOR "CHEAP SILK." Postal note3 and money orders repre ianting over £200 wera recovered from a house in Surry Hills, Sydney, on Thursday afternoon, when Defectives Walker and Pearce took into custody a middle-aged man, who say* he hails from England. For some lime adver tisements which have been 6ent frum Sydney have been appealing in news papers, offering the public ten yards of washing silk which would be sent freight free to any part of Australia on receipt of halfa-crown, Sevoral days ago the Chief of Police at Adelaide communic ated with Superintendent Heche, of Sydney, on tho subject, and as a ruanlt Detectives Walter and Pearce were t/d off to investigate. They went to an office in Pitt sliest, Sydney, interviewed the tenant, and tonk charge of several huodred letters, which were delivered that morning. They then iveut with him to a house in Bunrko street, Sum 11 ills,- r nd secured a couplc of thousand New South Wales. Vicorinn and Tas inanian postal noteH f >r 2/6. 1...

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BUTTER EXPORT TRADE, A Critical Report, Australian Quality Standard Declining. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 9 January 1914

BUTTfcR EXPORT TRADE, , A Critical Report, Australian Quality Standard Declining. As a result of hia observations and investigations whilst in England nnd Ireland,: Mr H. W. Osborne, manager, uf the WVsti-rn District Co operative Diatnbating ' o,, who re turned to Melbiiurno'laot week, Bob prepared an exhaustive and keenly critical report, in the course of which ho says: Quality. "The inferior quality of a large proportion of tho butter exported from Australia to Great Britain ia brineing discredit upon the Common wealth, and it is imperative that the producers and all who are associated with tho dairying industry in this part of the world should realise' the gravity of the position. Australian butter as a whole has deteriorated in recent seasons, and a largo proportion of tho quantity exported to the united king dom is unsuitable for counter trade. Our own people, I have no hesitation in declaring, would not place it unon .their tables, for they are always sup plied with" our "best...

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MODERN "SPORT." OLERGYMAN'S DENUXCUTIOS. Tha Slight of Prosperity. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 9 January 1914

M3DERN "SPORT." OLKROVilAN'S DENUXCUTIOS. Tha Slight of Prosperity. I The Ret. Frank Milne,preaching m the-College church, Parkville, declared that Mr. Andrew Carnegie's . dictum, "The level of public entertainment iB sinking," was eminently true of Aus tralia. Lascivious dancing, he said, was the fashion in certain circles. Every Sabbath morning crowds of young men and women paraded the beaches together in a semi nude condi tion. Wo tod not only mixed bath ing,' but'mixed camping.' "If yr.u ask my opinion cn the matter," said Mr. Milne. "I will give it to you frankly: This thing iB simply abomina tion ; destructive not only to a proper ! sense of decency,hut ulou of that spirit | of modesty which, in the c.'so of a young woman especially, ia her best defence and chiefest glory." "A Blondin on a tight rope," the speaker said, 'snake charming,' rag time competitions,riding a eye o round a ring st 80 miles an hour-these ore the interests that thousands peek to fill up their leisure wi...

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POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 9 January 1914

POSITION OF CLUBS. 4 Played Won Lost Dr'n. Pts. Tnmiough 4 3 0' 1 7 JSuroa 6-5 0 111 Violet Town 7 3 2 2 8 G"Or*m 7 5 2 0 10 JJaokroaders 8 3 6 0 6 Wednesdays 8 5 3 0 10 Moglonemby 5 1 4 0 2 The bye is counted ns t win.

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INTERESTING INVENTIONS. COMING AUSTRALIAN PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 9 January 1914

INTERESTING INVENTIONS. COMING AUSTRALIAN PATENTS. It is reported by tho well known Pa tont Attorneys, Messrs. G. Q. Turri & Co., of "The. Itialto," Collins Street, Melbourne, that in tbo ordinary course, Patents or the Commonwealth will be granted in respect of ail or moBt of the following inventions. Complete spe cifications and drawings are publicly available. Milking Machino-hand oporated (6313-1275)-The teats are aoted upon bv pads controlled by cords. - A. P. Hoyman, purchaser from J. Neilson, Denmark. Cultivator (6316-1275)-A channel iron frame, triangular with devices to receive and hold twines.-A. E. Miles, Viotoria. Wire Strainer and Twister (6380 1277)-A yoke carries a rinch Darrel, having horns, etc.-J. O'Callaghan, Victoria. Hoad Gear for Windmill (6559 1-278)-This pump mill haB tootned re duction gear in an oil tight casing with oil distributing dovioos. - J..Alston, Victoria. Detachable scarifier share (6616 1279)-Wrought metal with the socket integral.-It. J....

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Violet Cown Sentinel Published Every Friday Morning FRIDAY, JANUARY 9TH, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 9 January 1914

Violet ?ou>n Setuiiiei Published Every Friday Morning FK1IMY, J.ANUU(Y 9xu, 19U Cii.EHDAR.-With this isuuu wtt prpkeut uttr.oalendar fur 1911' RbuimdIVR.-E. Btiililiog'b stuck Ball: takes j)U«S tO-d»J. KixpUA Uaoz9.-Tbe programme for tlie Ki«)t« foes?- 'o be bald on 4th February, !a ad^fi>tis«<J iu tbis iewio. SHIR£ i'ODKOit.-r-The usual I Bonllily meeting of tbo Violet Town ?hire council takes place OU Monday next. DEHTISTRY.-Mr G. M. Allen, demist, has resumed prac'iee and may he copau.ted at Moriin' Hotel, Violet Town ucxt Monday. GOOLBUHK VALLEY SEAT.-To morrow nomiua ions close fur tlioso wjint desire the support of tli'b Peop'e'a Party and the A W.N L, 'for the Goulburn' Vuiley seat to lie Vatfated.shortly by the Hon Geo. Qruhnui^ .? RAC.IJW.-W. Powlei's Lndy Mona won the Jockey Club Handicap of £2l) at Shappartoii on Wednesday, stalling «t 2 to 1. Coogee ran second in tbe Ponv Race, and Purcbea second in the I'urse. PRESBYTSBIAM -Mr D. P. Thomas, Presbyierian...

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CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 9 January 1914

. CRICKET Tbe Sfcond round of nntcbes Wflg ooannnfiiiced on Saturday last. By »rra igeineiit tho Tun>leugh-V olcl Town matob was posipoued till Inter in the season. Wednesdays 127 (Lawrcnce 66 not out, Ager 22,) b.;at Moglonemby 79 (G&rside 26, O. Nuwton 18). Moglon cmby were two men short. Euros 153 (Cowell 106 retired, Ely 15 retired, Godfrey 18 not out) easily accounted for Quorum 36 (J. Hill 13, Cosvell 6 for 13, Ely 3 for 5). To-morrow Moglonemby will visit Violet Town. The Violet -Town team will be picked from the following, who are requested to be On the ground at 2 o'o'ocb sliurp: - Dr. Davies, Mcssra Line, Holman, Harcourt, Saxon, Hancock, Kelly, Ilea, Stevenson (2), Mortis (2), Mitchell, Saunders, Barbour, Meyer, Hoskin aud Bill. Practice to-night.

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ARTIFICIAL MANURING. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 9 January 1914

ARTIFICIAL MANURING. The whole object of artificial manur ing being to supplement the deficien cies of the soil, it is highly desirable that a farmer should ascertain by trails in tlio field what is the actual amount of increaso which ho obtains from tlio application of the manures ho purchases A few carefully-mado ex periments will teaoh him what his land and crops are really in need of. Should ho use suporphosphato aa well as nitrate of soda for Tiisj, wheat? What dressing of tho nitrato is most ccono ' mical? Is superphosphato alono suffi cient for his turnip crop, or should ammonia or nitrato be employed aa well? What is tlio smallest quantity of suporphosphato sufficient lor tho crop? Will it pay to uso potash salts for his seeds, his pasture, or his potat-o orop? Theso and many other ques tions can only bo answored by trial;; on hii) own fields. On tho farmer's kuowledgo of such facts will depend tho economy with which ho is ablo to uso purdhasod manures, which aro by somo was...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 9 January 1914

THEY SAY Tint the holidays passed away with out excitement in Violet Town; That Oupid added three to bis tally Iocs ly, daring the seaoou of gladness. Th'.t '"tin-kettlings" provided the only holiday excitement That the cricketers re conimenoo operation* on Saturday when Moglon ctnliy visits. They hops to atari th# 6ew year we'l. That the match between the eleven and tho "Head*" ia to be played on th. first vacant Saturday,-nliich will be February 7th. That the local firemen's team was un successful at the Beechwoilh sports on Bixing Day. Tn#t a second WHS scored, per medium of Fireman Banks, in the One-Man Marshall event. That the wheat ia now starting to cotue in. That most oppressive weather has been experienced during the week, 'That Jsck Smith and a couple of pnBiengers bad an exciting time at the Gravelly Uills on Wednetday, That they ware driving in a gig when the horse went "on strike" and kicked the conveyance to pieces. That, though things were lively for n time, luckily n...

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ON GOLDEN WINGS. CHAPTER XVIII. RICHARD HAMMOND'S LAST RESOLVE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 9 January 1914

ON GOLDEN WINGS. (By W. Howell Poolu). CHAPTER XVIII. lUCHABD HAMMOND'S LAST RE SOLVE. We should not Hurry to realise a bloody sentence; A word may bo recalled, a life oan never he. -Schiller. Mary Hammond was suddenly throw upon the mercy of a selfish world: the j^aunt spectre of starvation stoou be iore her threshold; a sick child was crying in her arms lor food denied. No tidings had reached her from her hus band since his cruel desertion-a de sertion sho attributed to tlio cruel in fluence' of his evil associate, whoso machinations lie had ever been unable to understand. So* day by day, sho returned home, wearied and exhausted bv a futile search for labor; day by day she read upon the thin pale face of her stricken child, a fever, hurrying on tor want of nourishment to tight it off. Iu response to many applications she had made for employment, but one , had consented to engage her to work about the house, and to this lady sho was indebted for a day's food and two shillings weekl...

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DISTRICT NEWS. Boho South. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 9 January 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. (Prom our Correspondent.)' Boho South. A Yery enjoyable, evening was spent in Marraweeny ball oh VVedtiesdiiy December 17tb, when the pupils of th« Bobo South State school hed tli<-ir "break-up" concert and Cliristmna tree. The largest gathering seen Id the hull for years congregated, and participated in the merry making. This waB thf first gathering of its kind in Bubo Snath, and young and old keenly en joyed it. The ball Wns nicely deenratrd and the gifts arranged on the Xmi< tree by Mrs Bumside, Misses EHis and H. Duwd and Mr W. Dawd, who deserve hearty ihank9. First acnnctin .programme was gone through, give entirely by the ohidren, wlm p. formsd Tery creditably. Mr Dowd made an uUle rli. iimni. The pm gramme was as follows;-Openinu Chorus, Angei's Song, pupils; song and chorus, Buttercups, Margie Burnsid" and pupils; action song, Yip-iaddy girls; Xmas Cnrol, Si ver Star, pupil-; recitation, The Xm'is Stocking Millie Hammond; song and chorns,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 9 January 1914

6UFFKR5SD AGONY WITH HEADACHK8. I highly r«aommon&Ghamb«rl»ln« Tablets tu KDycue who aatfora from hoadaoheff, 6a)-0 Mrs M. K. Hurry, Marlborough ltd., Vlotorii Valley, Ta»m»ui*. ! svi(Ter«d agony witb heiiloohes sad tried almost evtrytiing. Nothing did in* any pood until b friend r»eomm«niUil|Ob»mbor'BlDj Ifthlsti ami thry aoon put me right again. Now I would oot be without a has of Chimb, rlnioa Tablots la the house. Sold by R. Mltoholl, tho Peoples t>tor», IX NEVEJR KAILS. ' "Forywtt we ha*e baen using Chamber* Jala'* Coagh Remedy," says Mr Herbert H. Woortheaa, Wontworth N.S.W. We hive I oil cbUdrcn and ire?«r cie Anything els* for the treatment of eoogh*, col U ami bronchia! complaints. I confidently rrcomrucud Cbumbcr)aiD*a Cough Remedy to everyone, tnarc especially to parents, v/ho like myself have young children1* health to safeguard. It never fnila to giv« relief \n all eases. Sold by ii< Mitchell, the Peo^U's Siore. W HOC PING COUGH. ! My little bny ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 9 January 1914

MONEY toLENDl ONS FARMS DUNCANWELLERI .67 QUEEN 6t iAEEBOURN^rl MhnymiTaBMWHwnfflmffTifWtfarMHM K'wrrtyr^] HIGH-CLASS SWEDISH BEPAEA TOES available at prioea 'HITHERTO UNKNOWN. Our introduction of til® NEW MODEL "VEGA" Has dealt a "death-blow to tfea Exorbitant Priooe charged by oar Competitors. MAKE NO MI8TAKH.I The Now1 Model "VEGA" la roughly and cheaply constructed espso ator. It has no anporior in fluality, end prion there's nothing to opproaoh it. WE ASK all intending bayere . verify time statements, and tk SAVE MONET, irhioh is sons too pies tifol these timea. . PE1OE0: 10 Gal. £9 15 0 28 Sal. £7 0 C 55 Gal. £10 10 0 60 Gal. £16 10 Energetic Oomtniealoa Agnate f But thrononofi- Vioteria. Splendid ypportanitj Gmarfj *alaim. Writ* to-day, DepartmanJ "K.P.," Buckeye Harvester Co U to M miBTSIB ST.. MELEOn.HKia IN 8TUDYINQ YOUR DREBB, STUDY TOUR POCKET, TOOII1 Don't Pay Higher Prioee for Boik no better than Mine! I deal strictly for Gash, consequently have no baa debte for w,hioh...

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LONG WOOD BOXINO DAY RECES. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 9 January 1914

LONG WOOD BOXINO DAY EAOES. Tbe Long wood race mealing 7?as held on Boxing Day in ideal holiduy weath«r. '! he attendance was lurgo aud the Facing Iiitere?firtj?. A fttipendarjr steward (Mr Gaven) was in Attendance 1q the third division handicap a protest, against the winner (Pu«ches) was lodged liy.T. Phillipjoo (rid^r of the second horse), ou the ground that Parches ran inM*do a post,- but after considerable evidence had been taken the pro-en Fn» dismissed. The following B.e the results nf the raeiDg: Hurdle Race-J. Miokie'a Ancoc* Boy 1 Morrow'a Shift Boas 2, J . . Lewis* CUrendon 3. Bet'lag -5 to 1 against the winner Third Division Handicap-K. (Jroxford'ft Purchei 1, C. Davidion's ttalmattum 2, 1'. Morgan's Miss Tuok 3. 6 to 4 against Vurchei. Won ©asily L'jugwood HrtutUcap-W. McUornvick'a Pat McUarry 1, J. Roach'* Admiral Grdnd 2, R. Cioxford's SteJlo Black 3. 2 to 1 ugainst tbe winner; A close finish Pony R.ice- IV. Miller'* Mavis Lee 1, J. Roderick's Begmnia 2, W, Kotrler'a C...

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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Whore the term 'The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 9 January 1914

POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Whore tho term 'The Common weiilfch" is used in connection with ilies© rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Nori'oik Island.] . LETIKKS. For every ; ouncc or fraction thereof. For delivery within the Common wealth .. .. .. 1 For delivery in t*he British Em pire ? . . 0 1 For delivery in the New Hebrides, Hanks, and Torres Islands .. 0 3 For delivery in other places .... 0 2i LETTER CARDS. For delivery within the Commonwealth : Single, id. each; reply, Id. each half. For delivery in the Biitish Empire (sec . list of places undor "Letters ')-Sin gle. Id. each. s For delivery in New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands-Single, L'd. oacb. For delivery in other places- SingU, 2Sd. each. POST CARDS. Single Posteartls impressed with the Id. stamp, and lleply or double cards, each half of which has the Id. stamp impressed thereon, may bo transmitted to places within the Commonwealth, and bo XJIOtMJ VU UllJtri It Left 1111UCI ".Letters,"...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 9 January 1914

HEARNE'S / BRONCHITIS CURE The Grandest Remedy for Es;!eD;*BcJas,*23:af0Mn*3PR*nnHHnaH!3nnBHeBHHBHn»nnH0J3S B^srz^a^p^ii^HSflseyuxwnnataHHnKEHaiaHHBiHBnraKBHHnHHnaBsnzJHB BB BE *U S13 HS Grain Skins Hides Tallow Bark Leather Brokers BE HE HE Agency Co. Ltd. Head Office, London All'proceeds are held In trust. Each owner's consign ment is stored by Itself and can be inspected any tlmo up to date of salo. Wool Ssles Every Tuesday. Grain Every Wednesday Other Produce Three Times a Week Liberal Advances Made Batter Shipments Undertaken or> Owner's Aceonnt Three ir«onih'5 Fret; »ior:.!it>roii nil Grain receiroti Into Store from 1st December to 31et March. &«ter which one month allowed. neral Agents -Victoria, Riverina and Queensland for Cooper's Sheep Dip. ef Agents In Victoria 6 Queensland for the Palatlno Insurance Go., . Offices: Collins and King Streets, Melbourne. H. HSNSHHLL chemist, [:uroa. DESIRES Co' inform the publics that tho Greatest Relianoe can be placed in the...

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Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 9 January 1914

Church Services. Presbyterian-K.irramomus 11, Miepoll 3, V iulet Town 7 30, Mr Thomas. Churoh nf Kngltnd- Violut Town II, Mr Burrirtgo ; M-trmwocney U (no), Stony Cronk 3, Violet i own 7.30. ltov. T. Tinuis wood. Methodist.-Violet Town U, Mr Johnson; Baddaginnielt, Boho'2 45, Vi,.'ettWu 7.30, Rov. J. Edwards; BadiUiMnnie 7.30. Mr Cook ; Upotipntpun 3, Mr Frederick ; Earlstoo 3, Mr l'caco«k<

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