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VIOLET TOWN SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, 12TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 13 April 1915
V10LET TOWN 8HIBE COUNCIL. MONDAY, 12TH MAROH. Present : Ors Bnckland (in thechnir), Wilsou, Roach, Forshaw, GordonMc Shaiieand Henderson. CORRESPONDENCE. From Department Public VVoika, notifying price of wire netting- £89/7/0 per mile for mosli, and MG/lOj- for U mesh.-KoeciTfid. From Military Headquart.cn, notify ing that recruits mint bo in every way fit beforo being passed by Joe*! medical officers; also other regulations affecting enlistment, From same, staling that railway Touchers might be used for recruits who went to Bonalla or liluroa for examin ation. From Department of Public Works, r« work on Harry's. Crook road.-Re ceived. From Treasury, forwarding £450, annual municipal endowmont. From Country Roads Board, pointing out thut it would bo necessary to provide lor iniurance of work men, and enclos ing claim to bo inseited in all specifica tions. From Department of Agriculture, forwarding wall-sheet desoriptivo of St. Jolm'i wort.-Received. From State Accident Insurnrico O...
FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 13 April 1915
FOR WOMEN .Rj "Ambroeioe.'') Alarming indeed' is the liens that comes to us from abroad of tlio ro troat of our skirts (writes the Adelaide "Observer's" contributor, "Lady Kitty''). Imagine a woman' of forty wearing a skirt that is 9 inches from tlio ground. Yet it is being done in highest fashion circles at the present time. Suoh a display of, foot anil ankle was, of course, bound to bring an upheaval in boot and shoo fashions in its train. And what on earth do you think lias happened ? Leaders of tlio mode have boldly borrowed from our Russian ally, his baggy, wrinkled boot, with which to step down Bond Street, or the fashionablo paths of Hyde I'ark, and astonish all beholders. This is a fact. Moreover, theso bouts-high and all wrinkled at the ankle-are made in tlio .softest colored kid, so that the Russian boot is chosen to match the costume. One pair of such' boots, at least, is in Melbourne, carefully en shrouded in a boot bag, and placed in the darkest corner of the wardrobe, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 13 April 1915
H fine Dlsplap OP Deu) Season's Goods At HARCOURT'j?. Various lines of Drapery are very scarce this Season, owing to tlie 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., &nd 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...
CRICKET AVERAGES. BATTING [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 13 April 1915
CRICKET AVERAGES' Iiia- Not Hieb- Tot'! Aver* ioge out rot runs »g« ocuro T. Saxon 15 3 104 46S 39 Davios 12 1 39 182 163 C. Morris C 1 HO 75 15 A Pcucock 9 2 37 '89 '2' Florcuurl 9 2 20 87 !"j Carkeck 4 1 18 a 34 11* .f. Morria !i 1 14 39 9.1 F; Peacock 7 ' 2 17 46 9.. Turner 13 1 SO 108 " Hell 10 1 32 71 " BOWLING. Wickctn Huus Average Moycr 27 179 S.I Harcourt 22 231 S*® Snxon 58 544 9 5 J. Morris 7 134 '9' U.ivies 3 98 19 OATCUK.S. S.ixou ],'l, Davits 9. Hm-court t». C. MonK Turner 3, I'eieock S-'ixn'li rson, llourho, Maxwell, .T- MorrL C'iirkeok, Uohmin, Newton uwl Kelly I .. Prohibition in America, A incusiige from Clucigo slated hibitiouisU Imvo won fourteeu . l°tti counties in the local opticn oleutiois in State o£ Michigan'nnd;'&l80 thirteen tow in tUft SU'te of. Wisconsin, tho woncna aingthe dteldlog frotor. »
THE MASTER PASSION CHAPTER XLI. [?]SINNED AGAINST—NOT SINNING. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 13 April 1915
-- --THE MASTER PASSION Lillian lillertou). CHAPTER XLI. - dINNBD AGAINST-NOT SINNING. When Ida opened her eyes, she be came conscious of two things-an ex cruciating pain in her left arm and Cis Daverol. How he came to be there she could not tell, but, overpowered by tho sight, sho shut lier eyes again, and waited for events to speak lor themselvos. "Are you better now? said the voice which always had seemed to her the rich ait, the sweet«st that had eTor been given io man; "do you think you could sit in a cab if I carried you there f" She nodded her head and triod to get up from the chair, but her legs .earned to belong to somebody else, and would not acknowledge her power of control. "A little more sal-volatile would be advisable," said tho chemist, into whose shop she had been taken; "and with your permission madame, X will height en the sling." She was obedient as a child, letting them do whatever they thought best, her mind fully occupied with tho won der of Demerol's presence....
Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 13 April 1915
Church Services. Presbyterian - Karratnomus 11» Violofc Town 7*30, Church 1 of ^Jnglund-Murroweeney 11» Stony Creelt 3,'Violet Town 7.30. Rev. D. A. MoEachorn, Methodiat-Violet Town 11, Warren bayne West 3, Badaginnte 7-30, Rev. tid wards; Violet Town 7.30, Mr Reeves! Baddaginoio 11, Mr Williams; Boho 3. Mr Peacock; 2£arIston 3, Mr Uibbs; Upoti* potpon 3, MrT, Gibbs.
THE VALUE OF LIME. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 13 April 1915
THE VALUE CF LIME. Limo, as a help in maintaining fer tility of the soilp lias now come to be regarded as an important factor iu agri culture. Some soils^ would bo benefited iiioro by tlio application of lime than by tiio application of commercial fer tilisers. - To most of our cultivated trees and plants a sour soil is distasteful. Some of the more common agricultural plants which are injured by au acid coudition of the soil, are spinach, lettuce, beets, cclcry, onion, parsnip, cauliflower, cucumber, ogg plant, cantaloupe, pump kin, asparagus, cabbage, pepper, pea, tobacco, lucerne, clover, barley, wheat, oats, timothy, and Kentucky blue grass. Clover and timothy-two most import ant crops-are quite sensitive to acidity in the soil. There are countless . ex periences where clover "did not stalid well" or "failed to catch" or was "winter killed," until the land was limed. In many sections, clover is re garded as the key-plant t(S the main tenance of fertility. That soil which has clo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 13 April 1915
The SAFEST, QUICKEST and BEST REMEDY for : COUGHS AND COLDS HEARNES Equally Beneficial to. Young Children Jf nut f.Mninable in Your District, send direct to W. 0. HKAKNE & CO. LTD., Geelong, Vic. PRICE. 2:6 and 4/6' ,,'@11 jjrjju'j iifcr* Wool Wml Grain Skins lxd£s Tallow Bark LeaSSier Brokers liw Zealand \m I lireaitis Agency Co. Ltd. a"?i"°i£.ce' AH proceeds arc hcia In trusl. Ccia orao/o cent le stared by UavlT nottJ een htt »86i Salas Every l&iin Grelii Evay Wsissifci ©Jii;v Produce Tfirc-tt ra'£iSf.-5 a Wool-: Liberal Advaacae Mauc Sutler Jl.-r-wor.tr, y^titT'Ehnvi or. ?PfttTOS K.vs;«S«78 S/orarfSs e,.. 5sj flrajn recctrcd iata Store i- O-n '.Li r« S!a: ro.-rc!>, aft or >-Victoria, JiiverJtiii nad QiiecnoSjxriii itaif Cesser's c! AjonU !h Vle«9Eia & y«c»nolaDd for I2is Palatum: :? Offices: CoiEsi--- and Eiuf- Slrsots, H. H6NSHKLL Chemist, Kuroa. DESIRES lo inform the public that. , the Greatest Reliance con bo placed io the PURITY aud FRESHNESS of ...
FACTORS IN SUCCESSFUL FARMING. THE MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 13 April 1915
FACTORS IN SUCCESSFUL FARMING. THE MAN. Dairy minded. Keen to learu and attentive to do tails. ' " Activo in co-operation. Determined to win. THE FABM. Woll organised. Woll stocked. Well tilled. . THIS COW. Dairy bred. , Woll grown. 1'ioperly fed. _ . Profitable. THJi PBODUCT. . Of superior quality. Satisfactorily marketed. - . THE MABKBT.' Well established, Carofully maintained. .G. C. Humphrey, University of "Wisconsin. She: Ohj tlioro Isn't sho lovely? na good looking 1 or©." goes Peggy Brown! I wish I was half Ho: "Ob, but you
CLEARING BRACKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 13 April 1915
CLEARING BRACKEN. How to get rid of bracken fern is a question that a correspondent replies to by saying:-"Cutting the bracken is of little use. Cutting seems to be fsimply pruning them to promoto their -~y?s\«rK-i*iro~Ba"DI5~wTtu Burning, the more they aro burnt tho quicker and thicker they grow. Wo find that bruis ing is the effective system with a hard roller inado by the local blacksmith, encircled spirally with angle iron. The process is simply to keep passing this roller, loaded to sufficient weight, over tho brackens as often. ns they show new growth, aud eventually this kills them right oat." "Not cutting them in tho height of tho spring, aud only once in tho year,"' another correspondent writes, "may be 'iseless; but cut them twenty times a year if they need cutting that often; in fact, cut them as often as you can get a hit at them, with the fern hook, so that the sun can shino fair on tho grass to sweeten it, and tho cattle -will help keep them down by treading them down ...
FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 April 1915
FIVE MULES FOR FORTUNE 1. Cultivate nad perfect your ideas. Experiment. The world is eager for something new, which, however Bimple :t may be, will save labor, or expense, or do things 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-morrow. Read the 6pleniid advice that Edison gives. I^earn the procedure as to pa tenting in the chief countries,-then secure your own legal monopoly for your rights by becoming o patentee. 2. If that workman or foreman, or your ingenious friend has produced a clever invention ;'ut him on the track of famous and wealthy inventors. Mr. F. Townie.id, an editor, say« of the "Inventors' Guide," "I am re commending it strongly to friends. Best of the kind I >.ave seen. It should do a lot of good. It is an incentive telling him where lie can obtain the "In ventors1 Guide.'1 3. For yourself' obtain this book, which tell...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 April 1915
fl fine Displap OF Deu> Season's 6oods At MARCOURT'^ 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 thie 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 4 the Non-inflammable flannelette, the famous "OSMAN." Also a fine assortment of Fancy-work materials which are well worth in spection. Mks. WALPOLE, who comes from the city with excellent credentials has re opened the Dressmaking Rooms and will be pleased if customers will book their ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 April 1915
Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age, BOL8 Q PURE AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED ©YES? 335 YEABS. MAQNIER'8 Pure French Grape "BRANDY Cognac The Original House of STEWART, Edinburgh Founded 1779. * Stewart s WhSsky A STRAIGHT TIP " DRIMK STEWARTS I " THE ARMY COMBINATION KNIFE »ct and Con* Jack Blades, Six In On®, Ccsj>»ct asd Con Cac Oprncr. Cork' > S*ipDg A"I. I'fclvl t>cr> minute sod ulu>We iu any iwtTjjtaty. WtU civd*. bTUS liutd, wongly nvttltd, icady for ijbeit v.rar, yet doi bifi or clunky chfv Jong closr&lt;! and "" T1IE FURNITURE RECOVERS AMD STORSRS, .17 C 0 I, I, I X S ST It E E 'J', MELBOURNE. 'Phones . . . 9278-9279 [" ARflK NUMBER VANS con. stimtlv tvavpUiiiir Country. Wo VANT RACK LOAIHXG. Write us. f Rniling, consign (&lt;> us, Spencer " 1 rect, and advise. Stores, Brick, ulidivided in small rooms at Lowest talcs. VANS RETURNING AT EARLY DATES FROM llcndigo, Casflemaine, Ileatlicote, Maryborough, Maldon, Alexandra, V'ea,...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 April 1915
IN MEMORIAM. WHITE.-In Wing remembrance of a dearly beloved dauglner, Dorothy Florence White, who died, April 8th, 1914. We had a little treasure once ' Who wna onrjov undprid'o We lovc.l her, ah! perhaps too well, For soon alio elept n»d died. Lonely are oar hea» t9 to doy, For the one we loved ao dear y Has for ever passed away. '' Sadly missed. Iu3nrted by her loving father and pitiLlipr and brothers.
ARSENICAL SPRAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 April 1915
ARSENICAL SPRAYS. . ]Jo arsenical sprats injure the soil, ami thereby constitute a danger to the trees? Not as long as grass and oth^r herbage continued to grow under the sprayed trees. L. II. 13ailey. in "J'rin uiplcs of Fruit Growing," says: "With tho action of the rains, ami the falling of tho leaves, most of the arsenic which is applied to trees finally reaches the soil. What then becomes of it? If lime has been used with the spray, the arsenic will l>e insoluble when it fall* upon the soil, ft is pos sible that the organic acids in the soil, and al>o carbouie acid, will dissolve some of the arsenic, but it would be al most surely made immediately insoluble again by combination with Jime or other soil constituents. if soluble ar>cnic is placed on the soil it probably almost immediately goes into insoluble combinations, and remains where it was placed, unless ^lightly washed down by mere mechanical means. Xow, some plants appear to have the power to take up very minute q...
Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 April 1915
Church Services. Presbyterian-Violet Towo 11, Stony Creek 3. Violet/Town 7.30. Mr Norris. i Church of England-Violet.To *n 11 (H.c) Moglonemby 3, Violet Town 7-30, ruesday | 8, Confirmation Class, 'Vednesday 8, Veatiy .Meeting-Rev. D. A.McEachern. Methodist-Violet T«wn 11, Mr Fnhr meiBter; Hrt(lfUpinni« II. Vmlet Toun 7 30, Kev\ Edwards; Baddaainnie7 30, \lr T.»y!or; UpotipMpon 3, Mr F. Wall, Uputipotpon 7,30, Band 3; Eatlsfcon 3, Mr T- Gibbs..
EASTERN THEATRE OF WAR RUSSIA'S ADVANTAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 April 1915
EASTERN THEATRE OF WAR H USSI A'S ADVANTAG ICS. Mr J. M. 1'nwaz, IS.A., 1010 Drum mond Street, North .Carlton, writes: ? "Un the road to Austria Hungary, East Prussia, West Prussia, Posen, Silesia, and Gaiicia, winch lorjn the oa stern theatre of the war, have bo coniQ household words. The opposing armies of Kussia oil the one side, and Germany and Austria Hungary on the other, who are ill deatli grips contesting evelry foot of their -oil; 'have re deemed them from the world of obli vion, brought them to tin' limelight an ' made them at the present juncture, of particular interest. Hie war maps published almost daily havo mado us icquainted with tlieir relative positions, but there are other questions of 111010 vital importance'which persist iu .pre senting themselves to the thoughtful, readers urging lor some satisfaction. Who, and how many.ore tboso people,, whose land has become the battle ground for millions of,soldiers?/Where do their interests.lie? : How do thoy materially aff...
Violet Cown Sentinel Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 April 1915
: Violet Cow» Sentinel Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESDAY, A-PKIIi 20, 1915. MILITARY ArrotSTMEST.-Mr G. E. Lydiard, of the lute 81I1-. A.L.fl. regiment, has bren appointed lieutenant in the expeditionary foiceB. FIRE-Early on Tuesday morning a firo broke out in the wash-house at tho 1 j Farmers Aitjis Hotel. The brigade VTBB soon ou the scute, and hid the fire ex-, tinguislnd lie/ore much damage was done. The caiue of the fire is liuknown. I As *n acknowledgment uf the services | rendered by the late secielary (Mr Jas. i Nugent), the Siiepparton Shire Council lias granted £G0 (three months' salary) to his widow. 'To NEW GUINEA.-The Rev. R. Leek, M.A', of St. Paul's Church of England, Eliron, has been appointed to the charge of Port Moresby. New Guinea, and expects to leave for that place about the beginning of May, CLEARANCE SALE AT CRUEE'S BOOT PALACE-Mr \V. H. Creed having disposed of business to Mr A. Uiche's, an expert tradenian, will hold a clearance sale, for cash, of ht...
FEED MOULTING HENS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 April 1915
FEED MOULTING HENS. When liens bogiu to cart their lea thers and droop around ill lazy fashion, or shuffle in some shady nook, then is the tnnu that tho egg basket returns with bottom hardly covered, lor it- is tho reason ol: rest and transition, com monly called "the moult." But despite the tailing away, liberal feeding must not be discontinued. This is the hen's rightful vacation. She will repay her owner later oil for the feed given her now. A genorous supply of food is neces saiy throughout the moulting period, Of course a variety of food is prefer able, whoro possible to obtain. If tho grass is dry and woody, a littlo green lucorno or other green for age plant as a supplement to the usual fresh "pickings" is recommended, w addition to liboral grain rations. Cab bage. and fresli chopped vegetables and table scraps aro also valuable. Kthol: ".lick Koxleigh is good look ing enoi'pi', but 1 don't care for hic ways" , Mavis: "Never mind about his ways, mv dear think of his means."
BRILLIANT WAR ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 April 1915
BRILLIANT WAU AUTIC:,E ! In the May issue, just to hand, "Life" i bus & ii'ctiiresque* review of ihe progress of the great war. In a series of tine special I article* Dr. Filchelt deals with the whole , siiu.uiou, treating first the Lew st.ige iu the 1 war which 1ns beeu create 5 by the approach of spring; second, the sea affairs of the month; third, the humors and hcro-'snis of the men in the trenches; fourth, the "white washing" feats attempted by Germany; and lastly, the perform inces of Gciman 'Kultur " as described by Geimans theinulves. In addition t« Dr. Kitcbett's review thers are mmy nr'ides in "Life" by txpetto dealing wi»h various phases of thegre.it conflict. Foe cxuuiplo, u leading cditor: diseases the. question "Is AmeiiiM Playing »he Game" uud his judgment, which is ugiinat America, is p»rticul»vrly inU'res-ti.ig as Coming, not from an nntsider, but from an insider. Mr. Wdl Irwin, that capable judj.® aud very pmtur&lt;:-quc write ., coutributcs a study...