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THE REARING OF CALVES. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 19 January 1915

THE REARING OF CALVES. Ther# are satisfactory indications among" dairy farmers that they are now* inclining more towards the breeding of their own stock in place of the old hap hazard system of having to go into the general market to keep up their herds. In response to inquiries for calf rearing information, that given here with has been compiled from inter views with men who are acknowledged to be successful. One of these in giv ing us notes of his experience, says the calf is a greedy animal, and that is why there is often a great temptation to give it more than it can properly handle. Over-feeding is submitted as one of the main reasons why so many fail in raising good calves on separator milk. Calves from 3 to 5 weeks of age will consume from 10 to 12 lb. of milk daily; from 6 to S weeks old, 14 to 16 lb. daily; and from 3 months old, from 18 to 20 lb. The skim milk should be always warm and sweet. It is im possible to rear good calves on separa tor milk that is sweet one meal a...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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SWIMMING. TEACH YOUR CHILDREN TO SWIM SOME INSTRUCTIONS OF VALUE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 19 January 1915

SWIMMING. TKACH VOl'li CHILDREN TO SWIM SOME INSTRUCTIONS OF A'ALIMS. The present is an opportune time for some instructions on swimming. Dur ing the Christmas and Now Year holi days a half dozen or more persons have lost their lives through drowning. The corouer (Dr. Cole) in summing "P two cases of drowning at the Morgue on Saturday, said that he thought it should he a'part of every person's edu cation to bo taught swimming. Par ents should also sec that this was done, for it. was an excellent summer amuse ment. The Coroner went on to say * . ! think that it should be made compulsory, and yet the sense of the people ought to show how valuable it. is." The article below gives full directions how to teaeli one's self to swim. No Australian lad worthy of his name should allow himself to reach the age of ten without being able to swim. It is, indeed, a reproach to our Empire when the cubs of the nation which rules the waves should be in danger of drowning in six feet of water. There a...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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GOWANGARDIE SOUTH. RAINFALL FOR 1913 AND 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 19 January 1915

GOWANGARDIE SOUTH, RAINFALL FOR 1813 AND 1914. The following figures,supplied by Mr J. Brovrn, of Gowaugardia Soulh, pro vide an interesting comparison of the rainfalls for the past two years: Mouth .. 1913 1914 January Q1 68 February 217 - March 435 190 April 80 105 May 385 158 June 262 46 July 79 105 Auguflt 141 63 September 185 15 October 156 3 November 120 122 December 67 289 218$ 1159

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BENALLA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 19 January 1915

BENALLA RACES. The summer meeting of the Benalk Racing 01 ub passed off successfully on Saturday, in fi.io, but hot weather. The principal event, the Excelsior Plate, was n splendid roce. and was im propriated by the favorite, Carcassonne, The fields were good in all the events. MrD. Jkannigan officiated as stipen dary steward. Results Maiden Plate, of J8 sovs. Five fur longs-J. O'Dwycr's b m Greenock 8.11 (Phillipson), 1; W. E. Hoysted's Kippelaw, 8.3 (A. Hyland), 2; H. P. Hoysted's Cheerful Cheer, 8.12 (A. Hoysted). 3. Other starters-Chancery 8 11; Harmbert 8.3; Breadwinner 6.12. Betting-Evens Qrecnock, 2 (o 1 ag8t Kippelaw, I to 1 against any other. Time, lmin. <1 3 0 sec. Anniversary Handicap, of 25 sovs. One mile-C. Costello's Lily Moor 7.8 (J. Lane), 1; W. H. and H. P. England's Durdans 8.9 (H. Parkhurst) 2; E. II. Brown's Espergarde 8.8, (0. T. Harrison) 3. Other starters-Argold 8 2, Pew 7.4; George Mac 7.2; Merry form G.10. Betting-2 to 1 against Durdans, :3 to 1 ...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXXIV. LEFT BEHIND. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 19 January 1915

THE MASTER PASSION. (JHAFl'KK, A.XXJLV. lilil'T BKUiAl). Ida's whole thoughts were concen trated on escaping from the opera-house without being seen by Cis Deverel. Jde had lelt hi* stall some time ago, but sho was pursued by tlio tear that ho might be hanging about Casting timid glances rJglit and lelt in search of him, »he cut Lord Wavorley dead. Ho stood btill 111 open-mouthed astonishment, as soon as the quartet had passed, and never recovered till he caught sight oi Deverel, and was obliged to exert lnm uelf lor tear ot losing him. ""What's the matter?" in rather an ungracious manner as the viscount but tonholed him. "Look there!" with a nod ot Inn head in Ida Duval's direction. Deverel's taee grew stony, and the pitiless look came into his eyes. "What ot itl"' "What of it? Jove- you take it calmlv. It beats anything I ever heard" ot. Alter the other night you know." 1 " 'Touch pitch'-you know the vest, liood night, 1 have got to go home," and shaking him oil patiently, he el b...

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SCARCITY OF WILD DUCK. OPEN SEASON ABOLISHED. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 19 January 1915

SCARCITY OP WILD DUOK, OPEN SEASON ABOLISHED. Few sportsiuon will be able to com plain of the wisdom cf the Government's decision not ta allow wild duck to be shot this year, but many who have al ready made arrangenionts to join shoot ing parties have cause to complain that the prohibition was not announced earlier.. The open season for wil l ilnclt usually commences on 11th February, and continues until tfOth June, but,) owing to the fact that the number of tbeso birds is decreasing, and that they are particularly scarce this year owing to drought, a policy has beju whereby a clo^.i m^od \>jl1'l|°ie ubjeived for the whole of cavil third year.. During lust year inveHtigalioiid lhal wore made by tho Fisheries and Game department showed conclusively Ihut ducks and quail wero decreasing rapidly in mmibeis throughout the State, and, although various causca pore assigned for this, it was found impassible to say definitely whiph was tho ipain cau6p. Jt was apparent, howerpr, 'lm- more ...

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Violet Cown Sentinel Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1915 [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 19 January 1915

Violet CoiDii Sentinel Published Every Tuesday Morning' TUBSDjT, JANUARY 19, 1915 Si'OIITB Glbii MEETING.-A mectiug of the sports club will be held at the Mechanics' on Monday next, 25th inst., to reccivo the balance-sheet and wind-up mattera in connection with the recent sports. Bonus SALE. - Messrs Wat's, Tuinbull and Co. nud Adamson Strettle and Co , agents in conjunction, will hold a sale of horses at Benalla on Tuesday next, 28th inst., wheli thoy will have buyers' for any number of horses. THE PRESENT Citisis. - " What Australians should do to avort invasion and conquest by Germany, China, or any othor nation," is to ba tho subject of an address by Rev. J. W, Edwards, at the monument on Friday evening next, at 8 o'clock. BROKEN COM.au BONE -A painful accident befel Master Lance Neil on Monday evening last. He was out riding with a companion, when his pony stepped on a loose Btone, and came down, with tho result that ho was thrown heavily, and sustained a broken collar-bono. Ho...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 19 January 1915

CRICKET. Violet Towjj visited TVloglonemby on Saturday last, when they scored an easy win over, the home team. The locate batted first aud put up 63, to which A. Chanter (14) and LIcKenna (12) were chief contributors. Meyer and Harcourt divided bowling honors. The visitors started well, and put up 38 for the first wictet, J. Morris being bpwled for l-i. Saxon and C. Morris took the score to 81, when the former retired with 44. C. Morris made 30 retired, and Bell 18, and Harcourt 10 not out, were the other double-figurers The Moglonemby ladies provided afternoon tea, which was much appre ciated. The scores were. MOGLONEMBV. UcKenna, b Meyer ... 12 W. Chanter, c Saxon, b Meyer 0 W. Harding, lbw b Meyer ... 0 Brown, c Saxon, b Meyer ... 6 J. Chanter, b Harcourt ... 8 H. Hardin;.', tun oqt - t A. <%an<er, b Ilurcourt ... 14 Ci. Garside, b Harpourt ... Jobson, c Meyer b Harcourt... 0 Macintosh, b Hufpoiifl ... 4 W. Qarsidp not «iit ... 0 Sundries ." lu (IS Saxon 0 f...

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THEY SAY, [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 19 January 1915

THEY SAY, That c-iuplaints as to the quality of the water suppliel to the town aro numerous at present. Tljat therp is a "weedy" taste,' but perhaps we should pqusVdor ourselves, forlnnate that the supply is holding out. That other not too-dislaut towoB are much worse off in this respeot, and at Avrnel llie supp'y has givun out alto gel her. Tlut 45300 is lo he spent on lho Hjrry't; Creek road,-£150 Govern-! went grant, ind £150 by the Shire Council. Plans and specifications for tl)e work will be submitted at the next Oom'icjl mooting. That the Roads Board contracts, which will shortly lie earned out on llie jSTalinga road, will provide employment for a considerable unilobar of ir)en. That so far, our soldier hoys appear to be having a good tinji. A letter from one of them appears in another column. That our oriel;elers played a uialuh nt Moglonomby on Saturday Inst. Thai after n roasting d«y's cricket victory rested with the visitors. That Moglunetiiby's score was passed with one w...

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VIOLET TOWN SHIRE COUNCIL. (Held over from last issue.) ORDINARY BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 19 January 1915

VIOLET TOWN SHIRE COUNOIL. I (Hold ovor from last TSBUE.) ORDINARY ' BUSINESS. Cr Wilson referred to nuisance arising from branches overhanging foot paths. from ornamental street trees. Left in Cr Wilson's hands. Or Wilson referred to 1 lie sanitary contraot. Ho thought tlioy were not taking proper action in the mutter. Ho rend the opinion of (he solicitors of the Municipnl Association stating that tonders must bo called yearly for any contract oxceeding £100, They should consult their standing council in the matter. Tho position lie thought was illegal. Cr McShano thought they should have dealt with the contract yearly. Cr Wilson said the contract bad never been let since he was at the Council table. Cr Gordon said Mr Crowtbcr had advertised for tenders without consult ing tho Council, so (he matter was before the tablo then. The rale was ohcaper than in Euroa. Ha thought it would bo a mistake to moke any alter ation. Cr Mitchell thought they "should leave the contract as at presen...

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A SUCCESSFUL OUTING. I.O.R. JUNIORS AT PLAY. (Contributed). [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 19 January 1915

A SUCCESSFUL OUTING. ' I.O.R, JUNIORS AT PLAY. (Contributed). Oil the 9th of January, Inking, al vnntage of the Saturday Imlf holiday, the Sunbeam Tent, No 209, joined forces with the brethren mid Bisters at Bnddncmnio,for n day out, the trysting place being M r Harry Croxford's farm at Warrenbayne. which is conveniently situated f»r the Violet Town, Badda ginnie and Boho folk-being equi distant from all three places. On arrival at the picnic ground, fires were Boon alight and pots boiling, and in an incredibly short space of time, the children, to the number of nearly two hundred, were busy taking the corners off appetites, sharpened by the drive and Anticipation of the good things to come. Meanwhile adults were arriving from all directions in nil manner of ways, from the humble bike to motor bike and shank's pony to the waggonette. Plenty of willing assistants soon had the table spread with tempting "goodies" for the adults, full justice being done thereto. Swings were erected for...

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"OUR BOYS!" AN INTERESTING LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 19 January 1915

"OUR BOYS!" AN INTERESTING- LETTER. Wo are now in . the middle of tho Red Sea; Hot? phew I rather I Arrived at Aden on Wednesday, 25th, at Ga.m. and passed tho regimental quarters be. lore anchoring at Steamer Point. The hills at tho hack are very rugged, liavo ho vegetation, and in placcs riso abruptly froin the sea. Pathways zig zag up tho sides, anil on one we could seo shcUcrshcds at intervals, and on Iho highest peak is a signal station. Tho port buildings arc mostly of ono type-two storeys anil with archways fronting the sea, and along the road, way the cajnels jog along, sometimes ridden hut mostly drawings carts. The place has a hot dry appearanco. They have a very poor rainfull, so have built a series of .dams (they call them tanks) in the hill valleys, and so catch all the water that happens along. There is also a large waler condensing plant The natives nro mora' pushing hero than at and the fiumboat.i swarmed around us laden with water melons, tinned pineapples, fans, sh...

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HUMUS IN THE ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 19 January 1915

HUMUS IN THE ORCHARD. It is if*. dry seasons like the present that ttia benefits ot humus in the sou aro tnojti npparent. \\ lien the ground is getting, just a little too liard Joi cultivation, with the dust mulch threat ening tn 'sc clod mulch, and a very thin on?> ?.t that, it is a treat to feci the manbi'ie sink into a patch of soft mellow irvI, which works up liko the provc-rbH.1 ash bed, anil gives evidence of moist*.*-^ stored below. And it is not onl/ (.he teamster who appreciates it; the hnrses know the difference, aucf it is ton to one that the trees in that spot shtt'i* stronger growth and have greener leaves and better fruit than those in (ho hard patches. This is tho elfen'i of humus. Humus it is that hoitlis the water liko a sponge, keeps the mineral particles of fhe soil from running together liko a cake, and forms a ptittublo medium for the growth of beneflcinl bacteria-the "lifo" of tho soil. Humus, we know, is organic . matter J?, ..process of decay; it has been ...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 19 January 1915

RIFLE J3HO0TING, . On December 23rd the members ol the Boho Rifle Club assembled for tho fijjnl shoot for the J. C. Welsh trophy. The weather was good for shooting and the average increased conaidarablv. Only three men reached the possible, and in the poiint back tliey were placed: -S. Kelly 1st- H. Welsh 2nd, and \V, Croxford 3rd. At o meeting of the club, held Ott Saturday last, the Captain, in a few well-chosen remarks, presented Mr Kelly with a silver medal. Mr Kelly suitably replied and thanked Mr Wolsh for the medal. It vsas also decided to shoot for s trophy, presented by Mr Harcourt, oa Saturday, <50lh January. The following were the scores for tha Welsh trophy: Suurc Hep. Totsl S Kelly 01 )0 70' H. Welsh 5Sf 12 70 W. Croxford 57 11 70 It. Wilson 63 C 60 S. Piiyis Sjj ij 60 H. Field 02 G 08 JI. Stow 61 B 67 M.James 53 14 67 ' R. Stevenson 32 14 86 A. Johnson 60 6 66 . J. Hammond 60 '!> 65 J. Kelly 50 9 65 J. Footter of) . 5 64 S. Stevenson 39 S 64 F. Wallacfs ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 19 January 1915

\V4I'll THU ORHATlijST OONt-'lUKKtlK' l,U 1B with the greatest pleuaura 1 volou the pniiseti o£ Chutnburluin «(.'<di^uiid Diarrhoea Romody writes Mr. William K. McKay, I'ostmuster, Koromiko, N. 'A. "I luuo n! wivys found it tuusl effective in the treat ment of diarrhnen and dyauntry and ii(\vuy« have a eupply in tlio huuuo for family use. Wlienlwus storckeeplu^ 1 nsed to rccom* mend Cbamberluiu s Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy to my customers with the greatest confidcDcc, Sold by R, Mitchell. GREAT DISPLAY FOR Xmas Season AT ? MITCHELL'8 Toys, New Novelties, Christinas tuicl New Year Cards Auto Stationery, Plated Ware, Dolls, Picture Books, Purses, Peggy Bags, Antimony Ware, Perfumery, . Fancy Goods, Etc. For Holidays. lleady-to-Wears-in Ladies'. Hats, Dresses, Blouses, ' Boots and Shoes, . - Holiday Suits. In Men's and Boys' Tussau Suits, Linen aud Alpaca Coats.- Panama Hats, Boaters, ^Tuscans, White .Washing Hats. MERCERY-r-,Nuw Novelties 1u Ties, Oollnrs and Underwear, Sil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 19 January 1915

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age. BOL8 GIN PURE AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OYER 3S5 YEARS. M AO NI EM'S Pure French Grape "BRANDY Cognac The Original House of STEWART, Edinburgh Founded 1770. Stewart s Whisky A STRAIGHT TIP " DRINK STEVVAfvTS ! PERPETUAL CALENDAR PENCIL-CASE Price fftoe Pcnct,... t.j natfal ooreUy. I« coatii pen'and a serviceable eraser, »u huiok »a«K') ?"» vA»«. The Perpetual Ctkoitr it very hisdy. A ttvol fcjrule l» set »t the 6r»t of the tnnath fio<3 then any can be »eeo at a plance OVitainiblt oalv from The I'MQN COMEASV, 2P9 Kli/iN-ih Melha; INSURE WITH THE LIMITED. FOR FIRE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOY EKS' LIABILITY, WORK ERS COMPENSATION IN SURANCE. ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE i?OT REPRESENTED FULL PARTICULARS on application to-? DALGETY & CO. LTD. MELBOURNE. (Managers for Victoria). SCHRECK'S POULTICE. SCHRECK'S POULTICE. Cnu Cure TUBERCULAR JOINTS, POISONED SOKES, ABSCESSES. BOILS, CARBUNCLES, JAR WHITLOW, SPRAINS, BURNS AND BAD...

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DISTRICT NEWS STRATHBOGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 19 January 1915

DISTRICT NEWS TritCM OUH OWN CORRESPONDENT STRATI1B0GJE. Threshing is being carried 0)1 unda| favorable ciicuiuslances, anil tho jyioli) arp very yqod considering llio citcuin 7| Htanccs. It is loo sooji to bo ah! $ to loll tho average, but in several it j'; slancts n[i lo 30 bushels per p.cro h:S; boon obtained. ;>? One paddock of fallow land beloli! ;S iny to Mr. A. (j. Smith, and whic^' has lieeii cropped for 25 years, gaff'' a fine return of 10 bags per aero, a larger area has been harvested I VL stripping much less wi 1 be put throu the threshing machines this year. Amongst the largest farmers llij.'i; season are Messrs A. G; Smith, ;r. Armstrong. Mintcm. Johnston, Humpjv rey and l'orslcr, all of whom tad «£?> roilent crops, while a large numbfo of others would be close up. In fe c'ase lias (here been a failure. A fire started in the south porlip| of the Wombat timber reserve on day and a slrong wind of M fanned it $0 that it. travelled at t ; sharp pace. Fortunately a la...

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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where 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 — 19 January 1915

OSTAL RATES AND Ft ECU L ATI0N8 C [Whore tiio term 'Tiio Common wealth" is u*o<I in connection with tiioso ratog aad regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LMltfKS. For every J ounce or fraction theroof. For delivery within the Common wealth 0 1 For delivery in the British Em pire .. 0 1 For delivery in the Sc.\- Hebrides, Banks, and Tom* Islands ..0 S FOT delivery in other piao&s .... 0 Sffc 1J-7ITEK CAIU>S. For delivery uhhin tho Commonwealth: Siuffit, la. each \ replj', Id. oach liatf. For delivery, in the Untish Bdiwi'« lacs list of -places under "'Letters )-Sin gle. Id. ©neb. For delivery ia New Hebrides. Banks, and Torres Islands .?.ftingjk, £d. each. For delivery in other claees- Sing!*, 2Jd. each. ! POST CA1U>3. ) Single Postcards iuii>: cased with the I Id. Btansp, and lieply <_-i" double curds, J each half of which has the id. stamp impressed thereon, ii»ay be tran&mitt&a , to places with...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 19 January 1915

HE./TR,NE^3 HEARNES BR0NCH1TIS CURE Is the FINEST REMEDY in the WORLD for COUGHS, CROUP and COLDS. THOSE who have had occasion to take HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE, are astonished at its WONDER FUL HEALING POWER. Sufferers from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, Pain or Soreness in the Chest, Hoarseness, Diffi culty of Breathing, Stuffiness, Asthma, experience delightful and rapid relief. This medicine is particularly valuable to tboie who are subject to Colds on the Chest, as it STRENGTHENS THE LUNGS and renders them less susceptible. It is most comforting in allaying Irritation in the Throat, and giving Strength to the Voice, and for this reason, is thoroughly ap preciated by Clergymen, Public Speakers and Singers. It does not allow a Cough to become Chronic, and In this respect, is ABSOLUTELY INDISPENSABLE in preventing a Cold from developing into Bronchitis, Asthma, Pneumonia, Pleurisy or Consumption. No house should be without a bottle of this WONDERFUL REMEDY, as taken at the first indicat...

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Chruch Services. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 19 January 1915

Church Services. Presbyterian-Kunainomus 11, Violot Town 7 30, Mr Thomas. Church of Englnnd.-Violet 11 [H o), and 7.30; Stoney Creek 3, Rev.t. A. ilcKachera, Methodist.-Violet Town H« Warren* baync West 3, Mr F..WaIl; Baddaginnie 11, Violet Town 7*30, Mr Pcacockj Earlatcn 11, Upotipotpou 3, Baddagiuuio 7<30, Rov. Edtvards; Boho 3, Band 1.

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