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Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 22 December 1914

Ohurch Services. Presbyterian- Kannmomus 2.30, Violet |Town 7 30. Mr Thomas, Church of England-Christmas Day, 8 and 11 (n c.)» Marraweeney 3; Moglon* emby (Public Hall), Rev. I). A. McEachern. Church of England-Violet Town 11, Stony Ctcck 3; Violet Town 7.30. Rev. D. A. McEachern. Methodist.-Violet Town 11, and 7 30, Bono $; Key.-Cchvardst Baddaginnie 11, Mr Down; Baddagjnnie y.30, Supply;Upoti \/0tD0n 3, Mr Downj Earlston 3, Mr S. Wall. Warrenbaync West 3,Mr D.Gibbs.

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 22 December 1914

SANTA GLAUS' HEADQUARTERS No. of words.;. Check,......;... Remarks.. ETHERGBAM Addressed to P. W. Harcourl, Violet Town. Date 8/12/14. Have escaped from the Germans. Will be with you as usual. Tell all the Children. From Santa Claus. Time Lodged Time KaceiVed.. Goto Harcourt's For Toys, Fancy Goods, Crockery, Silverware, Glass ware, Cards, and all the Necessities for Christmas. Bring the Children. Wishing one and all the Compliments of the Season. V. W. UIGMIR 'J. BLACKIE, -onL'-rarBssea HORSE & CATTLE MEDICINES BLA.CKIE'3 GRIPE and COLIO DRENCH.-It is a most efiectual re medy in all cases of Gripes or Colic. One dose as a rale gives permanent and immediate relief. Many valu able horses are lost through not hav ing a dose of Blackie'a Gripe Drench at hand, and dangerous i-eme'dies such as gin, Depper, ginger, etc., are admin istered ~witn fatal results. Gripe or Colic demands instant treatment, and no stable should be without BLACKIE'S GRIPE AND COLIC DRENCH. Price-2s 6d eac...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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LIMING THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 22 December 1914

LIMING THE LAND. | 'ritten specially lor tho "banner's Oazetto" by J. H. HcMiuiikc.) Should m hnmilul at damp mm I bo squeezed iu the liaud, and a few drops of hydrochloric acid be dropped 011 itk small gas bubbles will be seen to form whore the acid foil, if the soil has n sufficiency of lime in it. It may be as sumed that the soil is deficient iu lime if no effervescence takes place. Many sandy and many clayey soils exist which have less than 1 per cent of lime in them. Such lands respond in increas ed productivity when lime is applied to them. With the exception of the iMnllee anil Wimmera soils, most of tile soils ot Victoria require liming. As tho use of lime increases the producing power ot tho soil, it would be a wise policy for our Government to follow in the stops of Aew Zealand by carrying linio on the railways for agricultural purposes free of cost. The railways would benefit by increased carriage 011 account of the heavier yields brought about through the iiso of lime. T...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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SUBSTITUTES FOR POTASH. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 22 December 1914

SUBSTITUTES FOR POTASH. Potaj.il manures are required in course of time on all land where there is anything like intensive culture. Jn England the hulk of bucIi manure* were hitherto imported from Uermany. ami one result of the war has been to throw tile country largely upon its own limi ted resources. .Most soils contain a potash in some proportion, but many of them, especially those of a light texture, cannot be relied upon for a full crop, without a dressing of a pot ash manure. M'lie question is-how is it to be obtained? In the dilenia, the Uritish Hoard of Agriculture lias come along and (remarks the "Field") has suggestad the gathering together and burning of refuse wood, weeds, and other waste material, tlio ashes to be conserved for application in the spring to such land and crops as most need potash. Those wlio have access to the sea, have a readier means or making good the deticieney. Seaweed is a valuable source of potash, as woU as a general health-giver. Many al ready m...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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VIOLET TOWN SHIRE COUNCIL. (Held over from last issue,) ORDINARY BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 22 December 1914

VIOLET TOWN 8HIRE COUNCIL., (Held over from last issue,) ORDINARY BUSINESS. Or. Wilson asked why no tenders had boon called for tho sanitary con tract, and street cleansing and lighting this, year. He would Tike to know what was the usual procedure in this connection. Or, Gordon ?aid that when the con tract was let from year to yoar they had many changes, which gave unsatis factory results and led to continual complaints. Tenders were then called for a continuous contract,, with three months notice on either side, and this had worked satisfactory for the past three years. Or. Wilson thanked Or. Gordon for his explanation of the position, but was not altogether satisfied. He thought, for ono thiug, that the amount paid was too high, and the contract should be open for competition. Ho thought the timo was opportune to call fresh tenders. Ho had nothing to say Bgainst the present contractor, but thought others should have a chance. He moved that the present contract be. terminated. Cr....

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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A TON OF FLOUR. What it will Make. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 22 December 1914

A TON OF FLOUR. What it will Make. Some interesting cvidenco regarding the cost of manufacture of bread was given by Mr. Charles Dyor, President ot tlio Master BaKars* Association, be. foro- tho Necessary Commodities Com. mission m Sydney. Mr. Dyer based his figuis on tha manu. facture of 1 ton of Hour, and showed that the cost of converting it into Oread amounted to £10 lis, made up as follows : ' £ s d Bakers ... . 2 7-6 Carters loading and clerical expenses 3 18 0 Fuel ... 8 0 Light ... 1 0 JIorseFeed ... 1 G 0 Bad debtp ... '50 Kent' 15 0 Toast, salt and oil 0 G Insurance ... 3 G Books, stamps and statioanry 5 0 Repairs to carts, harness and Shoeing ... 10 0 Bakeroue or yeast powder 1 G Total ... £10 11 0 Mr. Dyer added that a ton o£ flour would, on the average, makJ 1!)20 loaves of bread, and with tho cost of flour delivered at tho bakery (£12 2a Gd) tho cost of manufacture worked out at about -Id a loaf. "Ono night I .struck a match and tho wholo box went off in my hand, iijU ...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXX. CONDITIONS OF PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 22 December 1914

THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXX. CUiNUITlUiNS 01'' i'JSACK. It was a lonely, miserable day, lor \tln Duval did not appear either lor luncheon or dinner, and tha liouis dragged by BO slowly tliat it seemed as it bedtime would never come. There was no telegram from ttonej combo .Lodge, so she was ignorant ot tlie result of the search, anu everj bel that rang -minded her ?of the friend who would never come again. She tried to Tead, but her thoughts ,«,erS«-,v 1 rom the book; she sa fimvn to play, and pouied out »eJ heatt in such doleful muni; that she burst iuti tears and deseiUd the m,\Vnent0te" o'clock struck, shc' loob1^a .tt the clock and longed to go t.> bt-U, but she stayed ui> boeauso she was so "I to see her husband, and hew his news. He might Have had wne consideration for licr anxiet} . It was. in«t liko tlie Generality of husbands, they were all hellish, all prone to be utterly engrossed with their own pui suits, with no thought tor the lonely tlinv left at home. Li'ri...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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CRICKET. Gooram defeats Violet Town. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 22 December 1914

CRICKET. Gooram defeats Violet Town. Violet Town could only muster t«n men for the Gooram trip on Saturday, Dr. Davies, Kelly, Maxwell and . Fair being amongst the absentees, and of the ten, Harcourt was indisposed and unable to take his usual put in the bowlirg. Gkioram on the other hand had their best eleven afield-a formid able one too. Losing the toss, the visitors were sent to bat, but Turner was the ODIj one to reach double fig ures-batting in his best form for 26. Several of the others .batted, well, but ruu getting was difEculjfcion the bumpy wicket, and tbo innings totalled 79. Gooram replied with 6 far 110, Good ear and Souter doing the damage with 42 and 40-not ofit respectively. Tboy gave a good display of cricket, though the latter gave a chance at long-on early iu his innings. Bradly with 10, was the only othert double-figuier. Bell's wicket-keeping was particularly good on an awkward wicket, but the visitors' fieldiog left much to be de sired. The scores were. VIOLET ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 22 December 1914

\yjTH THIS GREATEST C0NPIDBN015. l4lfc la with tho greatest ploasuro I voico tho praises of Chamberlain 8 Colic and Diarrhoea Kemedy writes Mr. William li\ McKay, Postmaster, Itoromiko, N. 'A. "I hftvc al ways found it moHt effective in tho treat ment of diarrhooa and dyaentry and always bavo a supply in tho houso for family use. "When I was slorekccpinp; X used to recotn* mend Chamberlain s Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy to my customers with tho greatest confidence, Bold by R, Mitchell. ipf&i USED MANY OTHKRS. My littlo boy William used.to gel fright ful Attack-; of coupling ftt night, writes Air. Carpenter, Musgrave Street, North Roelihumton, Q. Chamberlain a Cough Romody was the means of saving mo many a sleopless night for a couple of dojes al ways relieved him when the coughing came on. Ilcforo using Chamberlains Cough llem edy I used maoy other advertised lines but nothing gavo him tho slightest relief. Sold by It, Mitchell. TIIEY KEEP .ME FREE. "I used to suffer considera...

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SCHOOL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 22 December 1914

.; SOHOOi; NOTES. The children had an enjoyable time at the br$aking-np celebrations at tho looal State school on Friday last. A . OhristmeB tree was provided by Miss Ellis for the infant scholars, from which all the little once received a present, and were sent home happy. Mr and lira Carter attended, and the latter, on behalf of the school committee, presen ted to each child a bog of sweets, pro Tided by the school committee and Mr ParcoiVrt. Mr Colter then delivered a practical address to the scholars, and gave them much good advice tor the future. Iffie following are the results of the December examination, giving the total iparks scored by each child. The result of the examination reflects much crfedit on Mr Johnston and his staff of teachers i-^ Grades V and Vi Maximum Marks 160 Grade VI Marian McNay 14D F MacDonald 117 WmLowery 137 M Beard 108 R Mitchell 137 0 Evered 108 V Thompson 135 D Peacock 105 J Diokenson 121 B M qCoomb 101 Grade V Keith Davis 14G Muriel Mitchell 119 Si...

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DISTRICT NEWS STRATHBOGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 22 December 1914

DISTRICT NEWS fFr.CSl OL'Ii OWN OOBBESPONDKNI STRATHBOGIE.. The break-up of the drought last month is being followed up with splen did rains, another downpour common; eing on Monday momin'j last, with every indication of continuing. This will be of immense benefit to the whole of the district, and in the drier portions provide water, as well as feed. A marked fealuro in the wool basi. ncss is the large amount of wool sold locally. Excellent piices have been paid for several years past, comparing very favorably with prices oblained at auc lion-. Pride of place so far was gained this season by Mr. W. II. Taylor, Is per lb for comeback of beautiful quality, and lid for crossbred. Mr. Arthur Cronyn closely followed at lljd, and several others at from lOd to ildl per lb. , The buyers (who are experts) de. clare the Strathbogie clip an excellent one and almost free from fault. The Presbyterian Church concert on 31st December promises to bo a good one and no efforts will bo spared to rnfik...

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BENALLA LICENCING COURT. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 22 December 1914

-BENALLA LICENCING COURT. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17 1914. The following renewal! wero granted Sarah J". Kamnge, Seven Creeks hotel Euroa, £00; Henrietta. B. .Cattanach, Strathbogie hotel, Strathbogie, £20 ; Bessie M, Mitchell, Traveller's Rest hotel, Violet Town. £50. APPLICATION rem REDUCTION. Catherine Meakin, licensee and owner of the Travellers' Best Hotel, Violet Town, applying to have a reduction of valuation from £75 Mr Pyne, who appeared for the ap-. plicant, said that for some ? time Mrs Meakin paid £15 a year for the li cence. Tuen the municipal valuation went up to £G0, and tho liconce fee to £25. The municipal valuation had now been reduced to £50, and an ap plication was now made that the li censee's assessment be reduced to £50. Superintendent Davidson informed the Bench that he was not opposing the application. From what he had seen of the state of business and the physical condition of the licensee; he regretted that he had made the appli cation to have the valuation rai...

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HEIFERS NEED CAREFUL MILKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 5 January 1915

HEIFERS NEED CAREFUL MILKERS. Many young heifers are absolutely ruined by carets or rough milkern during the first week of the milking period. Through bad treatment, they get a bad reputation as poor milkers, while the fault lies entirely with those who handle them. A good milker is probably a greater rarity than a good cow. The cow is <i sensitive creat^U'e and requires to be handled in a gentle manner. No portion of her body is moro sensitive than her udder. It is a great relief to the cow to have her distended udder relieved of the milk thero is in it, .out sho expects it to bo drawn quickly and gently, not un necessary tugging at the teats, but by a gentle rapid pressure, and with a downward movement of tiio lingers. As a rule, with her fust caLf the cow's udder is swollen and tender, the skin distended and very sensitive. It is advisable to wash the bag and teats with warm water and wipe dry and ap ply vaseline after milking. With clean cows and clean cowsheds, the n...

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NEW INVENTIONS. COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 5 January 1915

NEW INVENTIONS. (JU.MMUiN W.UAI1TH PATENTS. ^ Applications ? for grant of letters pat ent, which have been lodged in tho lollowmg names, liavo been accepted by the Commissioner: - ''.Messrs Turn and ..(Jo.,, pat; j tnt attorneys .No; 1, of Australia, oi the Kialto, d'J'J Collins; Street, Mel bourne, have prepared this report from the ollici.il records:- . . , .J omts for .L'ilos.:-How snnplo it is to make money by iuventons is shown by tho lollowmg successful notion. To jom two timbers tlier is driven over tho bottom a sleeve' which has a central . diaphragm. A dowel pin is driven through this cen tre. The upper pile is now driven down on tho pin, and the sleeve se cured by bjlts. Mr. W. A. AIcDear mid, l<loridn, U.S.A. Water Cooled bale.-A sale lias sides with hessian kept moist, and through wluch air. passes to cool tlio food. The invention is a successful one, and is due to the ingeiruty of Mr. A. S. Kr.wling, of N.S.W. . Caring Concrete I'ipcs.-A simple idea is in thi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 5 January 1915

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age, BOL8 GIN PURE AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER 335 YEARS. MAQNIER'S Pure French Grape ?BRAWPY Cognac H The,Original House of Stewart s rzzr.x A STRAIGHT T.P \Ai ! A Lf%l " DRINK STEWARTS ! " gj g | g& WW LIVE STOCK INSURANCE. ALL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE. FOALING RISKS -. COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAL : ' : AND DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE THERE- ' v ; AFTER. RATES LOWEST CURRENT. CLAIMS PROMPTLY PAID. ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED. APPLY TO DALGETY ® CO.. LTD.. MELBOURNE. eeseaeaeeeooeeecosaaoees®© [c. E. MILLER! I AND CO.. i | fuFnTtume I I REMOVERS & STORERS, « I 317 COLLINS STREET, g MELBOURNE. 'Phones 9278-9270. Large number- Vans constantly 1 travelling country; wo want back loading. Write us. If railing, consign to us, Spencer Street, and advise. Stores, Brick, subdivided in small rooms at current ratos. V ANS RETURNING At Early Dates PROM Bemligo, Castlemaine, Heathcote,...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 5 January 1915

BEREAVEMENT CARD. Penton'-'The family of the late Mr S. J. yen ton desire to express tbeir ajucere thanks to their ijiany kind frjend# for visits, telegrams, sympa thetic letters and {(oral tributes, in tbeir recent bereavement, especially thanking Dr. Davies for kind attention, also Rev. MpEachern, and Rev. Edwards, for their kindness »nd sympathy Violet Tovru, 4/1/15. IN MEMORIAM. Hooxs.-In snd, but loving remem brance oF our dear SOD nod Jjrother, Patrick John Hogan, who"died i;.t Gowangardie on January 1st, 1910.' There are duys of deepest sorrow In the seasons of uur life; Thcro are wild, despairing moments. There arc hoqrs of bitter strife, There are hours of stflney angqish, When the teara refuse to fall; But the parting time, dear loveti-one. Is the hardest time of all. Immaculate heart of Mary Your prayers for hitu extol; Sacred heart of Jesus Have mercy on his soul! Inserted by his sorrowing parents, brothers and Bisters. s

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WHITHER SHALL THE YOUNG MAN GO? (Canadian "Farmer's Advocate") [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 5 January 1915

WHITHER SHALL THE YOUNG MAN GO? . (O.imdiuu "Farmer's Advocate") So much has been said on the young men leaving the farm for tho city that it would almost seem as if they should a!l stay 011 the farm. Now, I think as Kobbio 11 urns says: "0 wad some powor tho giftio gi'e us, to sec our selves as others seo us," and it would prevent many grevious mistakes on tho part of young men choosing their lifo's occupation. In totting out, lot iiirn tako a retrospective view of what his capabilities aro and what he is adapted for, then chooso accordingly. A Glad stone should not spond liis lifo behind tho plough, nor a Lincoln splitting rails, yot there aro so many misfits in the professions ami tho different occu pations of life that point directly to a wrong choice. It is tho case of a round tonant to lit a square mortis. If wo look round at tho men who have left the farm for tho city we find some oocupying and filling with satisfaction, tho highest and noblest position in tho world, others f...

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Violet Town Sentinel Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1915 [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 5 January 1915

Violet COUMI Sentinel Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESD ,T, JANUARY 4, 1915 Rkminder.-Stribling's stock sale taljes 1)1rc,o oh Friday next. SnmE G'oongil.-The JHulet Topn shire council Trill bo.d its usual monthly meeting on Monday nut. DEATH.-Mrs Fanny Ciilly (relict uf the late Win, Crillv, of Buhualtuiii), died at Kirklnnd-streot, Euros, on Wednesday, 23rd December, p.t llio ago of 05 years. SjiquTiKfi.-Mr W. White's horse, Blackriiit, is a;;niti jit winning form. At Chilterii 011 Isridiiy he rati'sccon I in the principal race of tljo day, ' and in tho second day ho aunexed the Chiltarn Iiaudicap, starting at fj to 4, and carrying 9 G. There were six starters. TUIOII Bbokek.-A painful accident befel the threo year old son of Mr 13. Parr, on Sunday, 20fli December. The youngster was climbing a treo and fell, with the result stated. Dt. Davics ^ojin/l tjjat tljo fracture was a b-id one, anil it wilj he soma tlnjo hejorp the iittle sufferer regains 4ho use of the injured limb. B...

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VALUE OF SALT LICKS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 5 January 1915

VALUE OF SALT LICKS. A grazier in the north east of South Australia refers to .tko need of supply ing stock witli salt, especially in coas tal districts. . Ho writes:-"Cattle and_ horses which aro stall fed can bo given a little salt mixed with their food, or. ;i>y.' placing a lump of . rook salt iii .their feeding boxes, and for those at pasture a few. lumps of rock salt, or a' mixture of - salt, sulphate of iron and clay made into balls, can bo plac ed about their . camps and watering places. It a" few pieces of bone are placed into the clay licks it induces them-to take to.the lick very quickly. l<"or sheep, the salt mixture must be placed- in trouglis, covered to protect from flio wet. " The size, depends 011 the number of,sheep which, the trough lias to supply. "Wo have troughs cut out of honey suckle wood in uso for oight year,--, still as good as new. This wou.V is easily worked, light and plentiful, '1 lie ruof can bo a simple lean to, either bark or. iron. The...

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THEY SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 5 January 1915

THEY SAY. That cool weather prevailed for the holiday season. Thqt anotljor fine fall of rain occurred oa Xmns Day. That the December falls brought the total to 1 242 points for the year. That thu sports on Boxing Day were successful. That the only "difficulty" arosfl. over the walking handicap.. That Paddy Syuoti finished first, but' as ths stewards considered that be did not''giro a'fijir oxbibjlion p\ ;»toe and heel" walking, the race was awarded to the next arrival. That the holidays passed oft quietly locally. That a couple of young men who dis played their pugilistic skill ou Christmas Eve will appear before the local Police Court. That the cricket match on Saturday last, between Vjolct Town and "Visi tors" was was won by the latter. That only one Association match wa6 played on Saturday, when the Ramblers eifectod a surprise on Gooram. That Euros visits Violet Town on Saturday next, and a good match is ex pected, as the locals will be strongly represented. That tbo by no mean...

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