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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 30 March 1915

Longivood Racing Club. EASTEK MONDAY, oth APRIL. £80 IN STAKES £80 PROGRAMME: ] Handicap Hurdle Race, of 20 BOVS. 3 60V8 ontof stako to go to 6e<*orjd hors*. About two mi-cs. Over such jumps db the stewards may direct Nora 10a, ace 10s 2 Trial Stakes, of £10. Six furJanga. F^r all horses that have never won over £10 Norn. 10s. 3 Easter Handicap, of £18. Otio mile. 3 sova to go to second horse. VVioner of any handicap of £10 or over after declaration of weights to curry 7lbs penalty two or more such racea lOlbs, to be declared at scales. Nom 10s, ace 89. 4 Handicap Novelty Pony Race, of 7 eovs Four furlongs. For ponies 14.1 a.u. Last three performances with weight* carricd uud exact height of ponie*. mudt be >ent in at time of eutry. 112 ydsstait allowed for each inch; smallest pony to run four furlong. Ponies to be measured on the course between II a.in and 1 pin. on race duy. Watson's certificate accepted Nom 7*, 5 Open Hack Race, (if £5 S>x Cm longs Hacks to be ap...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 30 March 1915

FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE 1. Cultivate and perfect your ideas. Experiment. l'be world is eager fo< something new, which, however simple it may be, will save labor, or expenso, or do things better. Let it be more oonvenient. or promote pleasure-reduce iast«. People who handle things in every day use are the natural inventors of better tilings, and the natural capitalists uf to-morrow. Re&d the splendid advice that Edison gives. Learn the procedure as to pa tenting in the rliief countries,-then jscure your own legal monopoly for your rights by becoming a patentee. 2. If that workman or foreman, or your ingenious Triend baa produced a clever invention j-nt him on the track of famous and wealthy invoniors. Mr. F. Town send, an editor, s»ys of the "Inventors' Guide," "I am re coruinendiug it strongly to friends. Befit of the kind I i.ave 6een. It should do a lot of good. It is an incentive telling hira where ho can obtain the "In rentors' Guide." 3. For yourself obtain th...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 30 March 1915

ft fine Displap OF Dew Season's Goods At Sf AlvCQ*JllT,>g. Various lines of Drapery are very scarce this Season, owing to the War, but MISS TOBITT has just returned from Melbourne with the best and latest goods obtainable. We are showing a splendid range in Millinery, Dresses, Mantles, Rain Coats, Ribbons, Velveteens and a splendid assortment of Trimmings and Neck wear. In Millinery we are displaying the latest models in the popular Military and Naval designs. The Commonwealth Government has commandeered the" whole of the output of the Australian Woollen Mills, we got in early and secured our Blankets, Rugs, Flannels, etc., and hold full stocks in this department. We are opening a varied range of the Non-inflammable flannelette, the famous "OSMAN." Also a fine assortment of Fancy-work materials which are well worth in spection. MRS. WALPOLE, who comes from the city with excellent credentials has re opened the Dressmaking Rooms and will be pleased if customers will book their orde...

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BALMATTUM. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 30 March 1915

BALMATTUM. The long.talked.of improvements afe the local station aire now in progress. Extensive additions are to oe made, converting it into a staff station. The work includes increased platform accommodation, station. master's quarters, offices, signal box, etc. About forty men are now busily engaged. Still no rain! Under present con. ditions the district is in a de plorable state. The rainfall for February total, ed 38 points; up to date of pre. sent month 11 points; total since 1st January, 114 points. Quito a" gloom was cast over the district on Monday last, when it became known that Mr. .Tas. Morrison, youngest son of Mrs. and the lato Mr. Jos. Morrison, ?was no more. Monday's mail brought the sad news that death took place at Durban, in South Africa, of valvular heart trouble,' on the 27th February. Deceased was a native of Balmattum, and followed farming pursuits previous to the Boer war breaking out, when lie volunteered for active ser. vice, being in the front during the w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 30 March 1915

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age* BOL8 GIN FUSE AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVEK 335 TEA8S. MAQNIER'8 Pure French Grape "BRANDY Cognac 9 The Original House of STEWART, Ecl|nburgh Founded 177©. Stewarts Whisky A STRAIGHT TIP " DRINK STEWARTS I " INSURE WITH THE ASSURANCE COMPANY* LIMITED, FOR FIRE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY, WORKERS' COMPENSATION INSURANCE. ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE HOT REPRESENTED. FULL PARTICULARS ON APPLICATION TO MELBOUILNE. (Managers for Victoria.) ;R A NECESSITY 10,000 GALLONS FOR ONE PENNY This is the Cost of I'uinp'ns 10,000 Gallons of Water with a Brucc & M'Ciurc Motor Engine. STARTS ON BENZINE. RUNS ON KEROSEXE. The Most Economical Running Engine on Earth (or a .y where else). Two Sizes 4-h.p. & 8 h.p. (Stationary & Portable). BRUCE & M'CLURE, E""SR£E WS'So,.. <«BffiBEa^HSSIEKSKS32E2iSS5^SH253SSZ2HE32SE znzss&sa? ALL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE. FOALING RI...

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Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 30 March 1915

Church Services. Presbyterian - Karrimoraus 11 > Violot1 Town 7-30, Church of England - Good Friday Violft Town 11, Mnglonembv 7*30. Easter Day-Violet To\ro, U>.rnin* 7.30 B.C., and Evening 7.30, Marraweeney 11 H.o . Stoney Creek 3 H.O., Hev. D. A. McEachern. Boho State School 11, Rev. C. P. Brown. M.A.; Rector of South Wangiratta. Methodist - Violet Town 11, Boho 3 Baddaginnie 7-30 Rfcv kdw*rd*; Warren, .bayne West 3. Violet Town 7 30, Mr C* tiibbs; Baddaginnie 11, Mr T»ylor; Upoti. potpon 3, Mr Fuhrmeieter; Earlston 3, M S. Wall

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DISTRICT NEWS. STRATHBOGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 30 March 1915

DISTRICT NEWS. FRNCM oua OWN COBBEBPONUKNI STRATHBOGIE. ' Though a large area of land is ready for sowing, very little has been sown so far, as most farmers consider it unsafe to do so, owing to the dry state of the soil. This month is usually one' of the busi. est here in normal seasons, as it is found that early sowing always to £10 per ton has been paid to local farmers for liav chaff de. livered at Euroa-a record price.

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LOAD EVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 30 March 1915

LOAD EVEN. lu loading a waggon place the load evenly over the front and bind wheels. If any difference is made it should be on the hind wheels. They are larger and hence do not sink in as deep as the smaller front wheels. The fact that the load is farther from the team does not increase the draft on the wag gon. When the team is hitched to something dragging on the ground thou tho nearer the team ifi to tho load .the lighter the pull. This is duo to the fact tbafc tho nearer tho team is the uiovo the pull will bo upward, thu;< helping to reduce tho friction between the load and the ground.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. FAREWELL TO MR. AND MRS. THOMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 30 March 1915

PRESBYTERIAN OHUROH. FAEEWBLL TO MR. AND MRS. THOMAS. ' ::| the animal meeting of St, Andrew'* || Church on Thursday night, the oppor If tiinity "as of saying "goodbyo'' A310 Mr and Mrs Thomas,who are leaving I Violet Town for \VarataI], in N.S.W. i Tho Rev. J. Gardo, iti a neat speech, if spoke of the good work accomplished by ilr and Mra Thomas. Tho work rriia M performed under several disadvantages, m-i sickness of tho household and the | fact that Mr Tnomas was doing a course I of study. Tho moderator on behalf of j | th( congregation of St. Andrew's pre I senlod Mr Thoims with a. travelling rug S and Mrs Thomas with a silver hot-water | jug, suitably inscribed. § Jlr A. Eastman, Missionary, of | floorsm, supported what Mr Ga'rdo had 1 said and added that as one who had % travelled the four years Home Mission | course side by aide vritli Mr Thomas, he 'I had hoped to have had Mr Thomas with j him to complolo the course in tho Theo logical Hall, Melbourne, However he believed tho...

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THE SEA TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 30 March 1915

THE SEA TRADE. How far it is possible for Germany to affect our oversea trade is" to many a debatable point. There is, however, little cause to fear that any serious damage will be done. It is very notice able that where a ship happens to bo protected or armed with a few guns it is generally left severely alone by tho enemy's submarines. The East Coast of England is peculiarly liable to attack by reason of its open shores, and here, for tho most part, the damage is being done. It is only nocessary for tho British Fleet to blockade tho Straits ol' Dover, and screen the North of Scotland, and there would bo no chance; but an occasional one for any enemy craft to get out. Up to this, this has not been done, and the open route is .being utilised by the German boats of;destruction. The pinch of hunger is being severely felt in Germany, and there will be more hunger within tho next few months. The desperate at tempts boing made to deprivo England of tho advantage of oversea trade arc only...

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THEY SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 30 March 1915

THEY SAY. Tliut the Earlston State nhool con cert takes place to morrow evening when a good programme will ba eub "tuitted. That many of (he farmers and graziers are losing stock on account of the protracted dry wea'her. That the ciickcters' euchre party and diuee on Wednesday last was a most successful affair. That the club funds trill benefit greatly as a result. That an extra train nil) .Tan ahead of the evening train on Friday, reaching .Melbourne at 9.84 p.m. That good entries have been received for the Longwood races on Easter Mond«y, and a large uumber from here intends patronising the meeting That Belgian Flog Day nt Euroa resulted in over £100 being collected for the relief fund That a pumpkin sold by auction for the fund realised over £8. ' That Vio'et Town made its oxir from the cricket competition on Sntuaday. - Tint they had the better of things on the second innings, but not nearly emuigh to make up the leeway on tbe first. The opening of the second innings none for GO...

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RELIEVES AT ONCE [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 30 March 1915

REUEVISS AT ONCK " I have ulwuys found Chiimbeiluiu"* Colio anil Diarrhoea Remedy ail absolutely epfc remedy for colic and diarrhoea'" says Mr .Julia Wal<oly,7S Hal! Street, VVanganui.N.tf. For many years 1 mtfmd from colic pui.is but since uaiag Chamberlains Colic J nd Diurrboea Kemedy find that my geu«'al health ia much improved for it rcliivfo suffering at ouce. '.[t is with the greatest pleasure 1 voice l'«V pmisis of Chamberlain a Colieand Diarrh< r v Kemedy writes Mr. Willinui E. McK:.» Poatmaatcr, Koromiko, N.Z. UI have i: - ways found it most effective in the trcJ-' tneut of diarrhoea and dysentry&nd ahvija have a supply in the Iioubo for family Whenlwua atorekeepiog I nsed to recom mend Chamberlain a Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy to my customers vvitb tho grentcrt confidcuco, Bold by R> UltctoU*

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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 30 March 1915

MELBOURNE LETTER Vi-om our Special Correspondent.) Some .suburban branches of tho Aus tralian Women's National League are arranging public meetings to stimulate rccruiting, but it .would soem'to be wasted effort. They are very much in earnest about it. Thoy get good speakers to deliver rousing, addresses; thev arrange nice prograiwhos of patriotic music, and they get together attendances that fill the halls But the people who ? compose these attendances arc not the right sort. They are emin ently respectable ladies and gentlemen, but in the first place they do not need impassioned eloquence to convince front, and in the second thoy aro abso lutely ineligible for active service. Some of the ladies bring their knitting, and are stirred to dropping a few stitches, perhaps, by the thrilling ap peals to patriotism. Everybody waxes enthusiastic, applauds to the echo and sings the National .Anthem with fer vor. But at the end of it all,;to uso a homely simi.Iie, thero's "not a bone in tho ...

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EUCHRE PARTY AND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 30 March 1915

EUOHRE PARTY AND DANOE. Tho euchre ptrty arid danco, held in aid of the cricket club on Wednesday last, was a, pronounced success. The attendance was large, visitors being preseut from Enron, Benalla, Moglon ernby, Boho, Baddaginnie and all the surrounding districts, and the evening's proceedings were most enjoyable. The evening opened with the euchre tourna ment, from which ranch pleasure and excitement wag derived, (he winners being Miss Watbins and Mr E. Mackey, while the "booby" trophies were secured by Mrs Rarnage and Mr T. Saxon. The euchre dispensed with, an excellent supper provided by the energetic com* mittee of ladies, was partaken of, and, needless to add, greatly appreciated. Dr. Davies president of the cricket club, then, on behalf of the tennis, golf and cricket club members,, presented Miss Eva Underwood, who is shortly to leave Violet Town to Join the nursing pro« fession, with a handsome silret bedroom clock. 'J'he speaker referred to Miss Uuderwood's willingness t...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 30 March 1915

OF RURALINTEREST (By "Eusticus.") It is impossible to tako too grave a view of tho parlous condition to which the country has boen reduced by tho deplotiori of tho supplies of fodder. The threatened action ' of - the New South Wales Government to forbid the export of fodder over tho bord ? of that Statf has filled the stoekmviar, with apprehension, for thorc is insulticieut Victorian chaff or lucenis? left to carry on tho whole of tho do muud. Tho position of fodder supplies is a very serious one, and without hop ing to inllate tho prices already fabu lous it should be faced squarely. In the first place tho supply of Victorian oats is as nearly exhausted as it has been for many years past, and Tas mania has sold tho most of its crop to Victoria, New South Wales, and South Australia, having little surplus left for sale. Tho next source of supply is New Zealand, which, with a crop estimated at 10 million bushels as compared with i'-e 14 millions of last season, has sold a fairly large...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 30 March 1915

Never Neglect a Cold "W» are never without a bottle of HEAHNFS - Bronchitis in the house now. It practically saved my daughter's life. Sh# was 7 years old last July, and had been subject to' Bronchitis since birth. I nearly lost her two years ago. She was Wasting Away, and nothing did her any good, and her Cough at night was painful. I was advised to try HEARNE'S Bronchitis Cure I got a Bottle and she began to improve Im mediately. Youwould b« surprised to see how t her Chest has Filled Oat. She has not hade attack of her old complaint since. We are so thankful to see her in perfect health." E. TAYLOR, Adelaide. COUGHS t- COLDS IT M6GL£CT6P may-lead to consumption. lili'iiM'i!iHliri!ll|[llllli!illll!lllHll[lll!iiijilllllM vs' # ^ Grain Skins Sides Tallow Ageacy Co. Ltd All proceeds aro lwl<5 !n (rasi. Each o-joor's consign ment to Qtdretlby Jtseitf nuiJ co.n bo turn;cctcd cay timo up to dale of sale. WkI Saias Ewry Tnesjay. Stain Esary Wsfej&j Other Produce 't'fer...

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A CURIOUS ERROR. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 30 March 1915

CURIOUS ERROR. A curious error ivas recently nudo by the London "Evening Nows." "Eye Witness" had a two column articlo giving details of tlio fighting in Bel gium and France. Included in tlio letter was a narrative found upon a German prisoner. This was indented an em or so more than the narrative. But unfortunately tho indentation was continued longer than was necessary, and _u large part of the narrativo con cerning the Allied troops was made to appear as extracted from tho German letter. So that "'livening News" rea doi'B must have been puzzled on reading such news as this: "The feeling of our cyclists may be imagined when, on cau tiously approaching a town, suspecting an ambush at every turn, they are mot by a throng of citizens of both sexes who kiss them effusively." Imagine tlio Belgian villagers welcoming -'id kissing the German cyclists) The er ror was discovered, and corrected in later editions." A youthful crimiual named Harnott was sentenced to death on Monday in Sydney ...

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FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 30 March 1915

FOH WOMEN By "Aiabreaine.") | Ere the cold Beason has begun, we havo already tired of tho all-black vel vet liat that descended on our new sea soil's dress show in countless thous ands. Tho woman who aims at distinc tion in dress, will not wear the black velvot hat, and tho smart milliners are busy imparting touches of colour to | their headgear for her choice. Suc cessfully achieved was this aim by a I hat artist? who lately showed a delight ful hat of kingfisher, blue brocade shot j with silver, tho. brim bordored with skunk, and black velvet ends caught down by exquisite roses in faded tints. Smart dashes of colour are introduced ou to velvet toques by means of long pointed wings, covered with iridescent enamel varnish' in bright tones of greeu, purple, or gold. TOT wings crossed in front of the hat crown is one mode of trimming, but jauntier far, is tho singlo wing sot rakishly on ono side. Charming arc littlo hats of col oured velvot with jolly-bag crown and narrow brim, banded...

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Violet Cown Sentinel Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESDAY, MARCH 30, 1915 [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 30 March 1915

Violet Town Sentinel Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESDAY, MARCH 30, 1915 OURSELVE- Mr T A. Saxon, pro prietor of the "Sentinel," having de cided to join the Australian contin gent for service abrourd, Mr Ford, of the "Euroa Advertiser," has kindly consented to supervise the issue of the "Sentinel" for the time being. Mr Bert Saxon will remain in charge of the office. The '"Sentinel" accounts' are now being posted, and the proprietor will be obliged if those who can do so will settle before he leaves. DENTISTRY.-Mr Ef. V. Hareourfc visits Violet Town to morrow, 31st inst. TESNIS AND Gotr CLCB.- The annual meeting of the tennis and golf clnba will-be held at the tennis court on Saturday, IOlh April, when election of officers for the ensiling two:ve months will take plaie, balance-sheet will b.' submitted and oilier business transacted. EASTER HOLIDAYS.-The business places will close on Friday and Mon day next for the Easter holidays, open ing till mid-day on Saturday There are no ...

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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 6 April 1915

FIVE MULES FOR FORTUNE 1. Cultivate find perfoct your ideas. Experiment. The world is eager fot something uew, which, however simpla it may be, will save labor, or expense, or do thing* better. Let it be moir convenient. or promote pleasure-reduce waste. People who handle thing? in every day use are the natural inventor* of better things, and the natural capitalisti of to-morrow. Head the splendid advice that Edison gives. Learn the procedure as to pa tenting io the chief countries,-than secure your own legal monojioij for your rights by becoming a pfttenloe. 2. If that workman or foreman, or your ingenious Triend ha? produced a clevor invention flit hit;, OK the track of famous and wualthy inrenwrs. Mr. F. Town>4ad, an editor, »ays of the "Inventors' Guide," "I am re commending it strongly to friends. Best of the kind 1 i-ave seen. It should do a lot of good. It is an incentive telling him where be can obtain the "3n ventors' Guide." 3.- For jouraelf obtain this book, which tell...

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