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THE MASTER PASSION CHAPTER XLVII. HUSBAND AND WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 April 1915

THE MASTER PASSION (By Lilliuu EHertonj. CHAPTER XLVII. HUSBAND AND WlJj'iS. Ida's arm was not broken, but only badly sprained, but for several days the suffered from the shock to her nerves, and was glad to lie on the sola and rest from all exertion. Dr Smith came to see her two or three times, ns he considered that the consequence.-, to her norvous system wight lie ktkuis. Struck by her exceeding beauty, he ?"ondered it she were tiio Ida who-e iiame his late patient., Captain Here ford ,uad called on so constantly with his fevered lips. She was a woman about whom any man might rave, but her husband did not seem to regard her as his one pre oious treasure on earth, though lie was tolerably attectionate in his ways. Still there was a happy smile on Ida's lip», a calm look ot content in her iycs. which puzzled the doctor much. He did not know the ooiutort that it was " to her aching heart to feel that (Jis Deveral no longer thought her worth lees, They would never meet again to that ...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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PHOSPHATIC MANURES. QUANTITIES TO APPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 April 1915

PHOSPHATIC MANURES. QUANTITIES TO APPLY. (13)* A. J. Perkins, Principal, Koso " woi'tliy 'Agricultural Collogc, S.A.) It is well-known that there aro dif ferences oi opinion us to the relative values of heavy or light'dressings of ph'osphatie manures. 1 do not think' anyone is in a position to "lay down the law", for a vast area.of. country like that represented in agricultural amis. It has to be recognised that the amount o£ manure used in one. country is .110 criterion for another country. j For example, if in iiuglaud, thoy were told lhat.it was the custom to uso oniy S3 lbs. in South Australia, fanners ihere would say that this was a useless dressing, in some eases, iu that coun try, as much as half a ton of Thomas phosphate is used. J\Tor is it a question ol? ascertaining what dressing will give the largest roturn of wheat or Hiv, but what- dressing will prove the most pro fitable one to apply. la a nine years' teat at lioseworthy, wo compared 1 cwt., - cwt. and «i cwt., per ae...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 April 1915

Never Neglect a Cold "We are never without a bottle of HEARME'S Bronchitis Cure In the house now. It practically aaved my daughter's life. She was 7 yearg old Inst July, and had been subject to Bronchitis since birth. I nearly lost her two years »ao. She was WasMnff Away, and nothing did her any good, and her Cough at night was painful, was advised to try HEARNE'S Bronchitis Cure I got a Bottle and she began to improve Im mediately. Youwouldj be surprised to see how her Chest has Filled Out. She has not had attack of her old complaint since. We are so thankful to see her in perfect health." E. TAYLOR, Adelaide. If n»t ittaitiable in yow ditirkl, send 2/Q to W. d. Itearne s Co. Ltd. GEEIONG Victoria COUGHS COLDS IF (i6GL6CT6P mc\y lead to consumption. linnnilli!!|Hji!1l!llllll!!lllllllltllillllll[!lllll!llllliP!ffl Graia Skins Sides TalSot? S Leather S Brokers B B ©a H S CesamJsaloB er enir kit land Ltisi Agency Co. Ltd. All procecda arc licl«X I.n Utist. Uq&a mont is stored ...

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EGGS IN WINTER. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 April 1915

EGGS IN WINTER. The securing of eggs in the winter depends a good deal on the food led. At the North Dakotiv Ksyoruusnt sta tion "tho following lins giren good re sults: Morning feed.-Whole wheat. Noon.-liran mash with meat scraps or house scraps and some gveeu food, as roots J!ive>ning.-JNlaize and oats mixed. * It is also important that tho hens have some grit, as crushed granite, and crushed oyster sholls to furnish lime for shell making, Tho housing is import ant too. The poultry house should bo "'ell lighted and well ventilated. Mamma Ply: Remember, children, when you '10 tirod of playing you may rest'011 that human bahy's head. That's « sanctuary, ami they don't dare hit you with a fly killor there.

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AN OLD-TIME TEST FOR SEED [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 April 1915

AN OLD-TIME TEST FOR SEED Iu old days seeds were often tested \v dropping a few at a time into ft bowl of water, their oxcellcuce or tlio verso being judged by the time which thoy took to go to tl>9 bottom. If good turnip cabbage or raddish 6eeds sink at once. If beet-root seeds, sprinkled lightly into 11 cupful of warm water, still float at the end of an liour, it is a sure sign that they are not good.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 April 1915

'(ADVERTISEMENT) £1,000 IN PRICES £1,000 Melbourne Eight fioura Art Union Ackoow'edped one of the mostgrnuineofnl the Art Unions ever held 59th Year 59 h Year AS POPUHU AS EVI2R . The Great Event Of The Year 50th Anniversary Kiuht IFotna Hoy GRAND FBTE, RAXAAK ntlil AHT UNION* . fn aid of 'he Chariths (Town nnd Country) Exhibition Buildings, Melbourne, MONDAY, 26th APRIL. Eight Hours Hay) Public und Iiruik Holiday Eight Hours Art Union 100 Prizes, Value £1,000 Wo ks of Art by Australian Aitiats 1st Prize, Oil Painting, Value £500 2nd Prize, Oil Painting, Value £1C0 ?3rd Prize, Oil Painting, Value £50 and 1*7 * t her I'rizos ranging in value from £-0 NOil£-The Committee arc pr/rchashg andpa)iii^ fur thJ Pictures the amount at which "they arc valued t«s above sUt^l. In rder, however, to fully satisfy the Public and Subscribers of thu bona fides of the Art , Union a» d lhat, .in thrir opinion th« Pictures are worth these prices the Com mittee offers (if applied to within one month /rum...

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THE END OF THE WAR [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 April 1915

| THE END OF THE WAB, | THE world-note of interrogation 'How long will the war last?' will probably receive au answer with .definition during the ensuing1 four I or Ave weeks. At the present ma J ment the last details for placing huge masses of men in serried op position arc being attended to, roads are drying up, and transit facilities improving every day un1 der the sunshine of n European springtime. 'Now's the day and now's the hour' for the portentous clash of arms on earthquake scale, and it is on the events of the' nest four weeks that an opinion may be formed as to the course and driiti tion of the -war. " During that time the Dardanelles should have been successfully forced by the Allies, find Russia, h'ave seenred a; con trolling grip, of Austria-Hungary., If, as wo anticipate will be the case; these two important move ments have bem consummated (Tur ing, the next' month or so.; ffc. will -prc!bably.r. hp safe, .to predicate a definite) finish to_,tho biobcUrWns''; "by wlft...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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MIEPOLL [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 April 1915

MIEPOLL The drought has at last broken, tho total register for three day a being two inches. The anxiety oc casioned by tho long spell of dry weather has been dispelled, tind cropping operations will now go on at full swing. . Friends o£ Mr. T. Morgan junr. will be pleased to hear of his ha.v having recently passed his final examination for a drill instructor in tho military department. It is only a few years since Mr. Morgan- became a member of the Light Horse, and by his strict at tention to duty, his promotion has been rapid and well-deserved. Mr. Morgan will bo transferred to the city, where ho will immediately takes up his new work, and will havo the best wishes of ail his old comrades.

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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HERE AND THERE [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 April 1915

HERE AND THERE The Audacious.-This is another of tJioso remarkable sliips that sink and riso again in the news papers like a submarine in the British Channel. First wb . hear that, meeting . a submerged mine, sho sank in eight hours, but her crew were saved. Next, wo hear that some of her crew were lost, and that the 'Olympic- made a vigorous effort to tow her into haven, but that the tow.line jxirt. cd, and no more could bo done in the way of salvage, and that sho was blown up. Then we hear that an 'Olympic'' man on board at the time, of the alleged hap. pening don'ies that any such oc ctirrcnco took placo at all. Next I wo hear that the good old 'Au dacious,' repaired and refitted, is about to' take hei\ place in the I North Sea, and, reassured and contented, wo "arc-, plunged into gloom again by a picture of the battleship' sinking off; the coast of Ireland! If ? ohjy for curiosity's sake, we vi'onld like to know how tho ease really stands.- A know ledge of tho worst -would be (j...

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Violet Town Race Club. WINTER MEETING. WEDNESDAY, 2ND MAY,1915. Officials. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 April 1915

» . I Yiolet Town Race" Club. .WINTER MEETING. WEDNESDAY, 2xd MAY,1015. Officials. President, Mr T. G'. Hoskin; vico' presidents, Messia II. G. Meyer and A.' C. Morris; judge, Mr T. Begga, starter, Mr J. Fowler; clerk of scales, Mr G Forahaw; clerk of course, Mr H. White, trea.-nrei, Mr F. Wallace; lim?ki'ep;r Mr J. Heard; Btewuids, .Mi'ssrs Orilly, W. liamngr, A; Croxfod, Underwood. D. Mclvenzi", It .NiitcheU, lieaid, For sliaw, and Geo. Longtoi.; commitlee, Mtssrs McSliane, Bur run, Anderson, F. Wallace, Lane, Corp, White, ft Hoskin, nml B mliua; p my me^sarers Messrs Board,. Underwood* Hoskin,,\V. Rauiage, and McKcnzie; h<m-?nrgeon, Dr. D vies; handiepper, Mr W. Hill Racing Track close to Townsl ip. ; P EOQ R AM ME: MAIDEN. HUR.DLli.RACE/ . £12. 2 miles; £2 nil nf siiike lo go to second horse. .Norn (")/, acc 5/ MAIDEN PI.ATK, ' <.' w.f,a.',5 furlongs. £7. tin try G/. WINTER' lj AND! CAP,' £12. Gne mile. Wi-uter of anyli&udi c.ip, hurdle included,jif...

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STRATHBOGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 April 1915

STRATHBOGIE. iSow Missionary. -r Mr. Morsley," t.hc newly appoint ed Strathbogio Missioner, lias ar rived in liis circuit. Now that the Brought has broken it would : be hardly fitting; to describe Mr. Mor sloy as a. man who will not J let the grass grow under his feet, but' wo think oiir Strathbogie' -friends, will find in liim an active -, arid' earnest worker. ? ""Welly Honest.''4 ' When Shew ~ Man, an ' elderly Chinese, answered a charge in the District Court, on Tuesday, ofliav. ing 'sold apples badly infected with codlin moth, ho wore:, a smile -that grew in cxpansivencss as. the case progressed. He . admitted the of fence, and said he was 'welly hard up; welly ole man-seventy eight year.'.' Mr. Goldsmith imposed a minimum fine, of 10s with Gs costs. 'Wheel' ejaculated Shew Man. still smiling blandly, 'fifteen shillin'l. Mo too poor. Welly ole. Welly unlucky, catcliee by 'spector. Him bad man.'' 'Do you want, time to pay?' asked the clerk. 'Oh, no,' replied the elderly* followe...

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VIOLET TOWN WATERWORKS TRUST. MONDAY, 15th APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 April 1915

VIOLET TOWN WATERWORKS TRUST. M NDAY, Iuth APEIL. TIib nsual meeting of llic nbove was held on Monday evening Inst week, when ilie l<>llo»ing wire present: Coiiii*. MucDoiiuld (cliaiimni), Hender son, Hmcourt, ucShane a'id Wilson, The minutes of pievious meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From Stale Hirers and W ter Supply Commission, staling that Trust's letters had been received arid would receive at tention.- H eccived From Secretary Yiolet Town fire brigade, bringing under notice the.great benefit of n larger main along Railway street for a few chains, both in dealing with an outbreak of fire in any of tho wood Blacks in the railway yard, and ilsci in tIn? luck parts of business places in Cowslip street.-C im. Wilson moved tlia'. the engineer make an eBtimate of | the cost of laying 3 inch pipes in Rail way street as far as MncDonald'scorner. Seconded by Com. McShane and carried: From Government Statist, asking that a statement of receipts and expen d...

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DISTRICT NEWS. Koonda. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 April 1915

DISTRICT NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) Eoonda. Dnring the absence of Miss Smith, head tcaclier at Kourida State school, at the Easter ho idaj time, someone malici ously wrenched the tap i ff th« water lank, with tlv result 'hut a Urge qnan tity of the water which «ns used for drinking pnrpoRPB by the |? u[ii!s was waited. The windows of the school were also apparently used as targets for pea rifle pructice, tin the tin.let holes weic di=covored through both windows, and in several olhsr ways llie building was dumageJ. 'Jlijs is not the first oic.isi n dining Miss Smith's sojtun ua t>-aclier that the school lui been inter fered will. audit is cerUinly through i.'i {Miiy of the le.icher, who nalunuly i\«4s such keen y. and is much gi eved over I he occurrence. Itappe-i.B that it has been done through sheer devilment and if meant for a joke, pnrlniii'y film veiy slmrl of the mailt. It is a nioa ennseles.i and dastard'}' act., and ii is to be lc.p.-d that ihe perpetm tors wil b d'M...

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Violet Town Race Club. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 April 1915

Violet Town Race Club. A meeting of tho above was held oo Thursday evening at Morris's Hotel, when there wore present Messrs T. G. Hoskin (presideut), Beard, Fowler, Ramage, Crilly, Morris, Barron, Corp, M'Keiizie, Longton, Soxon and Neil. Correspondence was received from Secreiary YRC, oeking for dateB of next year's fixtures. Consider:!ble discussion took p!nC® as lo the most suitablo day for holdw? meetings, «B Saturday causeB incon^" nience owing to horBCB having to come by the evoniug'train on Friday and not b; ing uble to return utiti! the follow ing Tuesday, It was decided that Wednesday <" Belected in place ot' Saturday, , Laat winter program!: o was adoptflj with an alteration in iho distance1'' the last race, which v. ^s changed'" six furlongs. . Tho balance-sheet, t i-.owing a ereT balance of £.! 3a -Id wa adopted, I®8 chief items of receip .s wero-G»'(! JE3G 7a entries £17. ' ooth £'0 subs £21; the total wi.. £120 10s** The expcndituio on p- gramme i'S.'j, sun...

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VIOLET TOWN TENNIS AND GOLF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 April 1915

VIOLET TOWN TENNIS AND GOLF OLUBS. The annual meeting of the above was held on Saturday, 10th inst., end wis j/uorlj' attended. The balance-sheet which showed a credit of £1/5/4, was read and adopted subject to audit. The Following officers were elected: President, Mr Slee (rc-elected) vice presidenta, Dr. Paries and P. W. Hat court; general committee, Messrs Johns ton and West and Misses E. A; Williams, Cochrane and Beeves; tennis malch committee, Dr. Davies, P. W; Harcourt and secretary; golf committee, Dr. Davies, afld Messrs Lane and Johnston; greens committee, Messrs Llurcourt, Morton, Davies, Johnston, Slee and Kev. McEuchern; social com mittee, Mesdames Johnston, Davies, Lane, Harcourt and West, with power to add; auditor, Mr P, W. Harcourt. The office of secretary and treasurer wis not filled and the committee were in structed to appoint an officer. A good day's sport is anticipated on Saturday next, when the opening day will take pluce. Tennis and golf will both bn indulged...

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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 27 April 1915

FIVE RULES FOR * FORTUNE 1. Cultivate rrnd p-irfect your ideas Experiment. The world is eager foi »cmething neiv, which, however simplt .t may be. will save labor, or expense, or do thing3 better. Let it be more convenient, or promote pleasure-reduce <ui«. People who handle things in every day use are the natural inventors o' Letter things, and the natural capitalists of to-morrow. Read the splendid advice that Edison ipvos. Learn !ho procedure ns to pa tenting in the chief countries,- then lecure your own log-''-1 monnpoiy for your rights b.v becoming o patentee. 2. If that workman or foreman, or your ingenious ."riend lias produced » clover invention put him on (ho t.>.-< k at famous and wealthy inv«>m«rs. Mr. F. Towmead, an editor, s*y» o( the "Inventor.*' Guide," "1 am rc-^ corainending it strongly-to friends. ii«si of the kind 1 >.ave seen. It should do a lot of good. It is an incentive telling hira where he can obtain the "In ventors* Guide." 8. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 27 April 1915

Wm. Morgan & Co. 250-6 SWANSTON STREET, MELBOURNE Telephone, 1006. Established 40 Years. TV/T" AXUFACTUKERS of Tents, Tarpaulins, Kick Covers, Flags, etc. Also all of the abovd can be had on Hire. Verandah aiid Win down Winds. Importers of Canvas, Dnck. 'Twine, Bunting, etc. Reaper and/Hinder Sheets." ' COUNTRY ORDERS HAVE SPECIAL ATTENTION. C, E. MILLER & CO. THE ; FURNITURE REMOVERS AND STORERS, 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. 'Phones 9278-9279 T A ROE MJ.UHER VANS con-"" '-?{.twntlv trjivellinjr Country. We WANT H4pi< LOADING. Write us. If R.i.iling,^consign to us, Spcnccr Street, and odn^n. Stores. Brick, subdivided in small rooms at Lowest Rules. ~ VANS RETURNING AT EARLY DATES FROM Bendipo, Castlemnine, Heatheote, Maryborough, Muldon, Alexandra, Yen. Xnroa, Kcliuca. Healcsville, Geelong. Bulla rat. Colac, Camper down p.nd Lnnjr Lang. BACK LOADING WANTED. Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age BOL8 GIN ' FUSE AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHES O...

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THE WAITER'S REPARTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 27 April 1915

THE WAITER'S REPARTEE. Gi.ost-Yos. I had'mock-turtle soup. By tbe way, where do they catcli tnock turtles?" Waiter-"Near 'tile slmm-rock, I think, sir." , - Uoroner: "1'ou seem to be certain that lie man accidentally fell into the water. How do you know that this is not a case of suicide? Witness: "He was a britlier Scot, and lie had a wee bottle of w husky on him. wi' ne'er n nip taken oot."

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BLASTED HOPES. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 27 April 1915

BLASTED HUi'KS. Uncle Gus: "So this is the baby, eh? I used to look just like hiin at that age. What's he crying about- now?" Niece "Susie: "Oh -Uncle Gus., J.'in | afraid he must have heard what you I said."

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THOSE STRIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 27 April 1915

THOSE S'OktPJSS. "Now children, what is this?" uskeil the toaclicr. holding up the picture ot a zobra. '.?"It'looks to mo like a horse .in. « Gntliing suit,"' answered a little bo.y.

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