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

?xcelsior Stores FOR A!! Summer Goods. Full Stocks and Splendid Variety. Best Brands of Groceries. Now taking Orders for Cuming Smith & Co.'s Celebrated Manures 'J. BLACKIE, CHEMIST, EOnOi. HORSE & CATTLE MEDICINES BLACKIE'S GEIPE and COLIC DRENCH.-It is a most effectual re medy in all cases of Gripes or Colic. One dose as a rule gives permanent *nd immediate relief. Many valu able horses are lost through not hav ing a dose of Bluckie's Gripe Drench At-hnod, Trad-dangerous remedies such as gin, pepper, ginger, etc., are admin istered with fatal results. Gripe or Colic demands instant treatment,.and uo stuble should be without BLACKIE'S GRIPE AND COLIC DRENCH. Price-2s 6d each Drench or 20s per gallon, with directions. BLACKIE'S QTONEH1NGE BLIS TER.-A V»!uab'o and Effective Blis ter, combitt-ng t/je vesicant properties ot James' with the absorbent nature of Stevens' well-known Blisters A useful and certain remedy for the 'of diseased or thickened tendons oi Ligaments,...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW INVENTIONS. COMMONWEALTH PATENTS [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 26 January 1915

NEW INVENTIONS. COMMONWEALTH PATENTS Applications for letters patent, which have been lodged in he folowing names and have been accepted by the Com misoned: - Messrs G. G. Turn and Co., pat ent Attorneys No 1, of Australia, of the Rialto, i'J!) Collins Street., Mel bourne, have prepared this report from the offioial records: Tedrail Train.-A train of cariages is supported on continuous joiatcd bearer rails which run on rollers, cross bars. on which the rollers are swivel led have gripping feet, and aro con nected by an endless chain which pas ties over the cars.-General Perrot, of the French Army, Paris. Death to Insects.-A solution con taining chiefly quassa chips, tobacco and soft soap, and lead arsenate is explained.-Mr 1£. Leech New South Wales. Trenching implement.-This simple mechanism allows earth to be cut, rais ed. crushed and dropped again without mixing the surface and sub-soils.- Mr S. A. Hogg, New South Wales. Sheep Shears.-The vibrating forks of sheep shearing machines...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOMETHING GOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 26 January 1915

SOMETHING GOOD. If the ability to please liis employer is the chief virtue iii a servant, tbo Japaueso youth who advertisod in one of the newspapers should have little difficulty iu gettiug a place. "Japanese.-Bright youth wauts position as cook or auy ivork iu Lou don or anywhere, will move and work as if smartest hands and legs as light ning, obedience to maxim, 'Dust ac cumulating becomes a uiouutuin,' never said, 'Didn't come to mind for duties;' appointed myself as a representative of Japan in Kngland, never laid down except human, natural sloop, as above results, absolutely economical, respon sibility, careful for human virtue, in character there's no difference of day time and nighttime, always tiuest day time wcathor, work with pleasure and positively willing to teach mathematics (included highest mathematics), em ployer's boys to spend leisure hours; try how am I; best reference."

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 26 January 1915

FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE 1. Cultivate and perfect jour ideas. ? Experiment. TI10 world is eoEer for scmething new. which, hoiveTer simple it may be, will save labor, or expense, or do tilings better. Let it be more convenient, or promote pleasure-reduce waste. People who handle things in every day use are the natural inventors of better things, and the natural capitalists of to-inorrosv. Read the spleulid advico that Edison gives. Learn the procedure as to pa tenting in the chief countries,-then secure your own legal monopoly for yo.ur rights by becoming a patentee. 2. If that workman or foreman, or your ingenious friend has produced a clever invention put him on the track of famous and wealthy inventors. Mr. F. Townsoad, an editor, says of tlio "Inventors' Guide," "I am re commending it strongly to friends. Best of the kind I i.ave seen. It should do a lot of good. It is an incentive telling him where he can obtain the "In ventors' Guide." . 3. For yoursolf obtain this book, which te...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 26 January 1915

excelsior Stores FOR All Summer Goods. Full Stocks and Splendid Variety. Best Brands of Groceries. Now taking Orders for Cuming Smith & Co.'s Celebrated Manures .'J. BLACRIE, CHEMIST. EDUOA. HORSE <fc CATTLE MEDICINES BLA OKIE'S GRIPE and COLIC DRENCH.-It is a most effectual re medy in all cases of Gripes or Colic. One dose as a rule Rives permanent and immediate relief. Many valu able horses are lost through not hav ing a dose of Blackie'g Gripe Drench at hand, and dangerous i-eme'Jie3 such RS giu. pepper, ginger, etc., are admin istered 'with fatal results. Gripe or Colic demands instant treatment, and no stable should be without BLACKIE'S GRIPE AND COLIC DRENCH. Price-2s 6d each Drench or 20s per galloD, with directions. BLACKIE'S 8TONEH1NGE BLIS TER.-A V»luab'.e and Effective Blis ter, eombiBf'nj? t'je vesicant properties cS James' with the absoibent nature of StcvenB* well-known Blisters A useful and certain remedy for the of diseased or thickened tendons ui ...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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"WINGS FOR HUNGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 26 January 1915

"WINGS FOR HUNGERS. At first blush running and ilyiug soum widely different modes of motion but :in ingenious inventor is seeking to prove that by adopting the'aeropinne idea in running, n fast runner might travel faster. The ostrich, which can not ily," but which can run faster than any known animal, usos its comparative ly short wings to jrent advantage when going sit fuii speed. When the ostridi spreads its wings so that they act as balances, they also serve, as kites or small aeroplanes, carrying a consider able portion of nis weight. it is the above principle which the athlete might apply with advantage in the practice of running. The arm aeroplanes would not have to be very large, for it has been found that wliilo short wings would be of great assistance, long wings would bo a hindrance. Another thing which helps the ostrich is the fact that most of his weight is in front of his wings. The wings arrangement would enablo a man to incline much more forward when mining, and the r...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 26 January 1915

Church Services. Presbyterian-Violet Town 11 j Stony I Creek 3, Violet Town 7.30, Mr Thomas. Church of Euglcmd-Tamleufth 11, Violet Town 3 (Children's Servico), Violet Town 7.30, Rev. I). A. McEachern. Methodist.-Violet Town 11, Boho 3, Baddaginnie 7.30, Rev. Edwards; Violet Town 7.30, Mr D. Gibbs; Eatl6tou 3, Upoti' potpon 7.30, Mr H. CJibbs.

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SOMETHING'S GOING TO HAPPEN [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 26 January 1915

SOMETHING'S GOING TO HAPPEN A man in a furious passion rushed up to tho advertisment counter of a certain newspaper office tli&otlier day. "That's what I am going to give him," he began, bringing down a heavy hunting crop on the counter with a crash. "Where is he?" 'Beg pardon sir,' said the clerk, "any thing I can do for you?" "Yes, there is somethingj'ou can do." roared the stranger. "You can in troduce me-to the idiot who stuck'that in your paper." "That", was a notice under the head of "Marriages." "Do you see that-, sir? John Jen kins and Sarah Smith are not married sir, and never intend to be. It's a honx, sir-a miserabla hoax." "Beally, sir," said the clerk, "if there's a mistake, we're exceedingly sorry. We do our best to avoid this sort of thing, but when Mr Soft brought that noticQ in he said-" "So Soft brought it did lie?" inter rupted the man with the hunting crop. "That's all I wanted to know. Good morning." On reaching tho door lie turned back. "Take that notic...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 26 January 1915

IN MEMORIAM. DCWD.-In loving memory of my dear husband and our dear - father, William Dovrd, nho de parted this life, January 30tli, " 1913.' , . Our home seems lone and empty now : Our hearts. are sad to day, , For God had issued liia command And called dear father away. -We could not wish to call him back To linger herein pain, But 'tis hard to think we never more . Shall hear his voice again, God sends us trials, which we must bear, And with meek submission bow: Bat oh! it is so hard to think I have no husban-l now. Inserted by his loving wife and family.

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BRITON MURDERED. AGED SCOTSMAN SHOT DOWN IN COLD BLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 26 January 1915

BRITON MURDERED. AGRl) SCOTSMAN SHOT DOWN IN COLD BLOOD. Mr Cieorgo Tion.ir, of tho firm of Messrs Law and Bonnr, of Dnnrleo, and New Broad Street, E.G., litis sent to tlie times a description of tlio minder of a Briton by Germans, Mr Bimnr's wife and two little boys aged nine and seven, left Germany on August 3, and were forced to walk over tlio frontier ;nto Belgium. There thy met three American women and n British subject named McKenzie, aged 78. At the little village of Baelen-Dol hain, a Belgian Custom House Officer M. Michel Blaise, gave them shelter. The rest of the paity left, Mrs Bonar staying behind because the elder boy was suffering from bronchitis, with Sir McKenzie, who was too old and lamo to walk far. "On the night of Sunday, August 9." Mr- Bonar says, "firing was heard in the village. 3Iy wife took fright, and with the little boy who was ill, the others and the nurse wont down into the cellar. Mr MacKenzio and M. Blaise followed them. As they ran downstairs, my wife...

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Violet Coiun Sentinel Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1015 [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 26 January 1915

Violet Coiun Sentinel Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1015 THESE BROTHERS ENLIST.- Throa brothers, named Wall, sons oF Mr. .1. Wall, of Molka, and well known here, enlisted at Eurca on Saturday, ntid are now in camp at Broodmeadows, SHOPS CLOSE ON MONDAY.-The local business places will be closed on Monday next (Foundation Day) all day. Customers should note this and get in their supplies cn Saturday^morniug. HORSE SALE .-Messrs J. McNamara andCo. and Campbell and Sons, agents in conjunction, will hold. a'specinl sale oE horses at Sheppartou on' AVednesdoy, 3rd--February, when they .will have special New. \ South Wales buyers present for all classes of horses. PROFITABLE BEE FARMING.-Mr W. Frost, a well-known apiarist of Dookie, estimates that the return from his honey for last year will exceed £1000. The takings from wax alone will be £100. Other bee farmers, though operating in a far smaller way in com parison, are doing well, EUHOA HOSPITAL SOBDAY-At tention i...

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HOT WEATHER AND ROPY MILK [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 26 January 1915

! HOT WEATHER AND ROPY MILK I I Although' wo are assured that mo harm can come to those who drink ropy milk, it is not a matter to be overlooked. As a rule it makes its appearanco in hot weather, and it is as well to know the cause and understand what remedy to apply, or what steps to take to coun teract it, although it may be stated that in somo parts of Europe ropy milk is considered desirable, and a special' cul ture or starter is used to prpduco this condition in the milk, and is considered to be a great delicacy. Howevor, for the milkman, who has this condition of his milk or cream it invariably means Joss of trade. We know of a promin ent dairyman, says an American jour nal, who had this troublo in his milk a year or two ago, and all sorts of wild stonea wore started-that his oatti were diseased, that the milk was not /it to use, and that it would causo dis ease and death to persons drinking it, etc. All this, of course, is nonsenso, but. when a stampodo of icen or cattle take...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 26 January 1915

OF RURAL INTEREST t (By "Rusticua.") Tho State Govomment is ro-asauring as to the prospects of seed wheat for the coming season. The position is set out in the following statement issued by the Premier: "In tho matter of tho supply of Beeil for the wheat arsas, the public need feel 110 concern-as to a sulliciency i'or nil requirements being available. Act ing- on tho advice of the Government, the great bulk of farmers have made their own arrangements for seed, for it has boon mado abundantly clear from time to time through the presB and in Parliament, that the Government at no time liai the intention to make pro vision for seed wheat, eithor by orders for purchases through regular channels or by direct distribution of seed, to other tliau those who were unable to financially undertake the purchase. It was anticipated at one time that pro vision for as muck as 3,000,000 bushels oi' wheat would be required, and ar rangements were accordingly made for securing such a quantity should it...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 26 January 1915

? For ELDERLY PEOPLE ° The SAFEST, QUICKEST and BEST REMEDY for COUGHS AND COLDS HFADMF'Q DRONCHins LMb\1\iLk3 O CURE Equally Bencficial to Young Children H not i blainuMc in Your District, send direct to MW. 0. liEARNE & CO. LTD., Geelong, Vic ' ^ ' PIUCE, .2/6-and 4/6 Grain Skins Hides Tallow Bark Leather Brokers Ob All proceeds «re bcM In (real, mcof Is stored by and cuii HO io aC1c I West Salos Evuy Tussesy. Brain Every Wefcesdaj Other Produce Three Times a Weeli Liberal Advaneas fi?a<ie Batter Shipments Undertaken an Owner's Acconut Throe Month's Free Storage ,;u -n irol^ reuolvod Into Store from 1*< t?cc\cn«btfr <o 31 si "'Vuroh, offer which oac sr.Mnr;: aliovi/j. aeral Agents - VicJorifi. KiverSnst end Queensland for Cocpcr'a SSiec;) J>Sp. ef Aleuts in Victor!* i. Queensland lui L:5ur«ae« Co.. Offices: CoSUno End Ring Streais, Melbourne. ?aMBBanB?i«HfiiXKaE ?nasmsSiofaaeatiiiHl: H. H6NSHKLL uhemist, liuroa. DESIRES lo iuforK the pnb...

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WOMEN TO SHOOT GERMANS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 26 January 1915

WOMEN TO SHOOT GERMANS. In "The Times" Mr H. G. Well# surmises what tho people will do, should tho Germans land a force in England. He writes: - "In the first place, let tho expert have no illusions as to what wo ordin ary people are going to do if we find the German soldiers iu England one morning. Wo are going to fight, It Wo cannot fight with ritfes, we shall fight with shot guns, and if we cannot fight according to tho rules of war, ap parently made by Germans for the res traint of British military experts, wo will fight according to our inner light. Many men, and not a few women, will turn out to shoot Germans. There will bo no preventing them after the Belgian st-ories. If tho experts at tempt any pedantic interference, wo will shoot the experts. If the raiders, cut off by the ton from their supports, illequipped as they will certainly be, and against odds, are so badly advised as to try terorr-striking reprisals, on the Belgian pattern, wo irregulars will, of course, niasacie...

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FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 26 January 1915

FOR WOMEN "Ambrosine.") A Home paper gives an iinuising ac count of how entertaining Belgians adds to the social status. To have only one Belgian in your hose is to invite a condescending pity, but the family that has two or three, though pleased, must, on the other hand, look with res pect on those others that can boast of their six or seven. Not pounds in the bank, but Belgians in the drawing room or kitchen, places you as a house holder, to be looked up to in England now . Wo hope no one, with deceit ful pride, boasts of more Belgians than ho possesses. There must be a tem tation. Billeted soldiers, again, give rise to arrogance. The .soldiers also, even Jf not intellectual themselves, have an intellectunlising effect. Oue English woman confesses that she has felt compelled to throw awav her novels and fill up her spare time by studying history since they came. Not to study war maps again, seems, under the circumstances, terrible inertia. Was it not R. L. Stevenson who said that ...

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THE MASTER PASSION. (CHAPTER XXXIV. CHAPTER XXXV. THE TEMPTER. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 26 January 1915

THE MASTER PASSION. (By Lillian Kllcrtou). (JHAPTEK iXXJ. V. CHAPTER XXXV. THE TEMPTER. The next day Ida did not appear in tho studio; she sent down word that she* had a headache. She felt that she could not meet her husband after the quarrel of the night before. Ho had soared her heart with an indellible scar, and neither soothing words nor even apologies could heal that. AYhnt he had dene, nothing could undo. He had shown iier a new phase of his character. and tlio revelation had left her aghast. That he could bo jealous of a man she never spoke to, and rarely saw, was irritating, hut that he could descend to such a depth of meanness in order as lie would express himself, "to choke him off," she had n<3t thought within the bounds ot possibility, and it stag gered her. . Indignant and bewildered, she lay nwake till she was called. No wonder that her head ached, if only to match her heart. What would become of her through all tho long years to come? In the afternoon she h...

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CHANGING THE JOCKEY. A Racecourse Incident. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 26 January 1915

CHANGING THE JOCKEY. A Racecourse Incident. Tlicro were some sensational I I happenings in connection with the Pony Race a,t the Trafalgar meet ing on Thursday, week. As soon as the belling opened on the raco J.ady 31. was installed an odds-on favorite, but she soon began to drift in the market. The owner's suspicions were aroused, and he informed Mr. W. A. Fiigate, who was acting as stipendiary steward, that the more money ho put on his mare the longer tho prico be came, In the interim H. Leahy, had been weigh ed out as the rider of Lady 31., and had taken her to the starting post. The owner asked permission' to rido the marc himself, and it was granted. IIo went across to the post and tried to get possession of Lady II., but was unsuccessful, and 31r. Fii gate sent tho clerk of scales, and he brought her back to tho weigh ing yard. The owner was so ex hausted after the run to and from the starting point that lio was not in a fit state to ride, so lie* engaged J. Glyde to' take tho...

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POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 26 January 1915

POSITION 01)' CLUBS. Pluyed Won Lost Dr^n Pte. . Tainlcugh § 6 1 1 - .13 Euroa S 5 1 .2 12 Longwood 7 4 1 2,: 10 Violet Town 7 3 2 2: 8 Gooram 6 3 3 0 6 Wednesdays 7 2 4 1 : 5 Bnmblern 0 1.4 1 3 Mogloncmby 7 0 6 1 1

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CRICKET. Violet Town v. Gooram Ramblers. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 26 January 1915

CRICKET. Violet Town v. Gooram Ramblers. Tho Goorarn Ifamblers visited Violet Town on Saturday, and wore easily de tent cd by the home team. Tho visit ors were soot into bat, but Kitchio 11, was tho only double-figurer, and the innings totalled 08. Violet Town mado a poor start, Harcourt going at 25 nfter making 10; J. Morris only added 2 ; Dr. Davies was out without scoring, to a lightning catch by Mc Martin, and C Morris failed to score j A.. Peacock went for 0, and five were down before tho liamblers' modest total was overtaken. Saxon was icjriug rapidly, however, and with P. Peacock, passed the (ally. The lat ter was dismissed for 8, but Oaikeek and S«on Put ou G2 for tho seventh wicket, the latter being not out 104 tjucluding 16 fours) and tho former not out. 18 at the call of time. Prit chard bowled very well and captured 5 for -19. The home ladies kindly pro vided afternoon tea". Scores. RAMBLERS. T.umtnas, b Saxon ... 0 Ford, b Harcourt, ... 7 Pritchard, c Davics, b Harcourt...

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