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SCHOOL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 27 April 1915

SCHOOL NOTES, The following are the results of the examination held rcccutly at the local State school: Grade III max. i>0. Una Montgomery 71 Elsie Johnson' 62 Olivo McCombe 07 P. Dinkinson 61 Alice Croxford 66 G!en Neil 60 Alicia Hoskia 65 Curtin Miller 60 iiatold Beard 6-V liila U*mu;;e 50 Mvlv'chcjjj 04 ft&thsr Vouny 54 Irene Cnrt«r G3 A^nea Roy}* 56 Elsie 'Bhoraptjon 63 Ronald Pm bes 50 Wiunitf Corp U3 Alice Clery *31 Gr*ile IV maximum 100, Lily McKay 03 M, Crocker tiiieeu MiioUvll Ida Dickinson . Naui'.y W«6t J. Sanderson Thoniue Lowery Huy Huiden 85 Inn West 85 ft. Sanderson 81 M, U'Brien 83 K. Hullawell Claude M KclUr 83 Myrtle Keiitou 70 Ajiee P^fr. 82 John Carter f»8 Gf.rlie Oroxford 70 Alfiad Wradley 5U Alien Wilson ; 77 ^ . Rnnieb V and VI jrmximutn 120. Gordon Lutui 100 M. Dickinvoa 93 ihiriii Carter iUS vuptuo iM Untold Ki-arvion 101 K-jl \ orp i>0 Nor.ir»ut> I<hIi. lUH Jll'rhol! b9 vi8 M'lCwllur .102 Wank *>4 : U jljy M'l»i)u ild 9D- MiJh...

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CURRENT NEWS ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 27 April 1915

CURRENT NEWS ITEMS DENTISTRY.-Mr H. V. Harcourt visits Violet Town on Wednesday (to morrow). RACE NIGHT.- It 1ms been arranged that Raukini's biograph show.will give an entertainment at Violet Town on race night, 2nd June. PATRIOTIC.-During the past six months the children of the Violet Town State school have subscribed £1 per month to the Patriotic Fuud. The sale of flags by the children realised the sum of £1/9/. Is AID OF BELOIAHS.-The fat lamb donated and raffled byj Mrs P. Coman, in aid of the starving Belgians, was' won by Mr A.-Peacock. The amount realised, £2/11/- will lie acknowledged in the "Argus" this week. PAINFOL ACCIDENT.-Mr Ned Ryan, of Bald Elills met .wiih a painful accident on Tuesday lat-t. He was-re moving a beast from the creek, when he slipped off n plank and dislocated his knee. He went to Wangiratta hospital for treatment. CLEARANCE SALE AT CREED'S BOOT PALACE -Mr. W. H. Creed having disposed of business to Mr A. Riches, an expert trndemaii, will hold a otca...

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DISTRICT NEWS. BALMATTUM. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 27 April 1915

PISTRICT NEWS. ? PiAT.M'ATTUiVI. : Sincc my last letter a splendid rain ' has fallen, totalling 15G points.' and' farmers and. 'graziers aro jubilant that the long awl severe drought has broken up ; a transformation- has taken ,place, tlio paddocks being already cover ed', with a mantle of green. Farmers arc. eager'ly pushing oil with seeding operations,- tho land being in splendid condition'for ploughing. Owing to . tho wclcomc fall of rain, tho tennis match between. Balma Hum and Creighton's Ork. has been abandoned. When tho challenge was sent the above stip. ulation accompanied it,'., but our players . are now looking forward j to the visit to the hills at a later date.

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MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 27 April 1915

MECHANIOS'^INSTITUTE. A ini'oiiiiK nf Ilia; nbuvu.wilt ijntid uu Tui'srtny, April 20th,-' Mr \V'. Jnno (jiussidenl), in tha chnir. . . . Tlio minutes" of previous meeting were rcji) H»d ciiiiliinicil. .- " The following: oiliuora were elected: President, Mr W. Lnno (ro-clectcti); vice president, Mr .1. McSlume; trcnsurer Mr 15. Slec (re-elebteil); secreti!iy, Mr ;J. Neil (rc elected). The seeretiiry's report was rend , nnd ri-eoivod. nnd accounts wero passed f»r payment It wns proposed levboid.tr concert in aid of this Institute on Empire Night and the .'following commit teo wns up. | pointed:-Messrs Slec, 13envd. Neil nnd i Wulince.

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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 4 May 1915

FIVE RULES FOR FOKTUNE 1. Cultivate and perfect your ideaa. Experiment. The world is eager foi something new, which, however simple it rnuy be, will save labor, or expense, or do things better. Lot it be more convenient, or promote pleasure-reduce waste. People .vho handle thinga in every day use are the natural inventors of better things, nnd the natural capitalists of to-morrow. Read tbo splendid advice that Edison givos. Learn the procedure aa to pa tenting in the chief countries,-then Beoure your own legal monopoly for your rights by becoming a patentee. 2. If that workman or foreman, or your ingenious friend has produced a clever invention pat him on the track of famous and wealthy inventors. Mr. F. Towniend, an editor, saya of the "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 oar; obtain the "In venters' Guide." 3. For yourself obttio this booi, which tells what...

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BLOWING UP A BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 4 May 1915

BLOWING UP A BRIDGE. The efforts of tbo Germans to pre [ servo a bridge of eouio strategic im portance iu the neighbourhood of Czenstochowa were foiled by the enter prise and daring of four men of a Kubau Cossack regiment. Klaborata precautions hud been taken to guard the approaches to the bridge. First a heavy chain, at which sentries wera posted, had to bo passed. Further back was a barricade, and" at tho actual bridgehead a numerous detachment was entrenched. ' .Stealing up to tho chain in the dark ness of the night, the Cossacks cut doivn the sentries with swift and in stantly fatal strokes of their daggers. They then crept down to the river'« edge, silently entered tho water, and swam out to the wooden supports of the bridge. /With some difficulty they climbed on to a .cross-beam, fixed their blasting cartridge, and ignited the fuse. That done, they swam back to the shore and waited for the explosion. As this did not occur they realised that something had gone wrong with their ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 4 May 1915

Wm. Morgan & Co. 250-13 SWANSTON STREET, MELBOURNE Telephone, 1006. Established 40 Years. 1\ [" AXUFACTORERS of Tents, Tarpaulins, Hick Covers, Flnsrs, dc. Also oil of tin; nbovo enn bo liKtl on Hire. Vernrulnli niwl Win lown Blinds. * Importers vf Ciinviis, O-irlc. Twine. Hunting.- etc. Renper .i..J Binder SliSfts.^ - COUNTRY ORDERS HAVE SPECIAL ATTENTION. Soul 91 ha (tempi f»r a Ursa Fm trial botlU of th« lifi.|irias VitAdttio SCHRECK'S POULTICE. SCHRECK'S POULTICE. C*» Cure TUBERCULAR JOINTS, POISONED SORES, ABSCESSES, BOILS, CARBUNCLES, JAB, WHITLOW, SPRAINS, BURNS AND BAJ) LEGS. AU Cb«mists-1/6 tni 3/8. ?L-umberiand Road, Pasroe Vali*, (Mtar Cohuri), C, E. KILLER & CO, THE FURNITURE REMOVERS AND STORERS, 3 17 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. 'Phones 9278-9279 T ARGE NUiMBER VANS eon stnntlv Ir:iveiling Country. We WANT BACK LOADING. Write us. If Railing, consign to us, Spencer Street, and advise. Stores, Brick, subdivided in small rooms at Lowest Rates. VANS RETURNING...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 4 May 1915

Fine Dlsplap OF Deu> Season's Goods At HARCOURT'vy. 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. MBS. WALPOLE, who comes from the city with excellent credentials has re opened the Dressmaking Rooms and will be pleased if customers will book their orders ahead...

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GOOD EATING. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 4 May 1915

GOOD EATING. Talking about a shortago of food at 0110 period during bis last expedition, Sir Ernest Siiackletou tells an nrnus ing story of one of liis companions. On his return to England liis bootmaker mot him,'and asked "How did you lind tlioso boots I made for you?" "JSest 1 ever tasted 1" was tbe prompt reply. A dignified bishop. while passing along n London street heard three vege table liow.Uers engaged in n rather blas phemous argument. Intending to rc tiuke them, he said to one of the of fenders :-"My good man, where did you learn to swear lik'oHhat?" "Lord luv yer, guv'nor!" replied tho brawny coster, clapping iiim genially on the .shoulder, "ye can't'learn it, it's a gift I " She: Did you have a pleasant even ing at Gayboy's? He: Glorious. Slic: What did you <161 . lie: That's, just like a woman. How eould it have been a glorious time if T eould remember anything we did?

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Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 4 May 1915

Church Services. Presbyterian-Violet Town II, Stony Creek 3, Violet Town 7 30, Lcctui'Aite: ''Cross anil Crescent in G'onatautiuople." Mr. Norri?, Church of Eogland-Violet Town -It, Moglonemby 3, Violet Town 7 30. Tucaduy. 8, Confirmation CUs*.,Saturday 3. Vcstriu' Meeting.-Kev. D. A«.Mo,('Mch»rn. Methodist-Violet Town U, K. Wall; Baddaginnic 11, Upotipotpnu 3, Violet Town 7.30, Rev. Edwarr1«; Tiolin 3 Supply; Karla* ton 3. Mr S. Wall.

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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 4 May 1915

MELBOURNE LETTE1V t'rom our Special Oirrospoudeut.) .Some attention is being best-owed upon tlie "stay-at-homes"-those lusty follows who arc in every way ii t tod to be-at Uroadmoadows or in Egypt, but wlio are on tlio block, in billiard roomE, on golf-links, or othor places of amusement. The unfairness of things which permits those conscience less shirkers to remain in lull enjoy ment of all that makes lilo easy, while their fellows who have a higher concep tion of their duty to their country, are enduring the hardships and danger* of military sorvice, makes ono wish for somo system which would compel all who are littai to take thoir part in bearing tho burden imposed by tho world-calamity to do so. Tho plaint is raised on behalf of the shirkers that many of thorn have not been able t<i get through owing to bad teeth, or some, such physical delect. Hut a quostion which might bo put very per tinently to thesB is wily they are not trying to. render tli'emselves lit l'0r ho...

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Violet Cown Sentinel Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1915. OUR BOYS [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 4 May 1915

Violet COIDII Sentinel Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESDAY, MAT 4, 1015. OUR BOYS FKOM Ca^da. India, South Afric*, Austra lia-from 'the uttermost parts of the earth' - they have foregathered : the Lion's cubs, high courage in I heir eyes, vigor and virility iu every movement. Kesponaive lo the cull of the brave old mother, they have sprung to her uid on the battlefield, ami have *o comported themselves as ti* iudispntubly prove that the blood and mettle of the tfri tieh 1 ion survives the partings of oueins und the subtle spell of distant lands und new en. vironmout. Kroin tho four corners of the world Armadas of troopships have rol'coted " fur-flt11 ^ " iortfous of tho umpire's pio* nrors. and tliro.vn them ou the bitth* fields tfKuropp, there to .strike blow for the a;»k<'oftho grand ol-l Union Jack and al. (hat tint means t) Biitishcra and the m orld genera'ly. Nobly tho Indians have wr'.ugkt in KlnnJcrs, 'n opposing the foe's ruohes to break a road through to Cala...

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THE MASTER PASSION CHAPTER XLIX. PASSION AND DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 4 May 1915

the ? MASTER PASSION (lir Liiliau KUorton;. (jaAiTKK -VI,IX. 1'AfcWlON Ax\D DKATH. Oppressive as the" night was ill the pretty little villa on tho bunks of the Thames, it was doubly .so in St. John's Wood, and Ida felt at. if she could scarcely breathe as she lay on tho sotu in her boudoir. During the past few weeks Bhe had boon through so much jxoitcmcnt, that it was relief to lie still and think, but her thoughts wero vaguo and troubled. If her husband were really going to turn over a new leal, and pour out on her tho whole llood of his tenderness, instead »1 wasting it m small wavelets of passing feeling on pretty women lie came across, what could - she give him in roturnSup posing that sho was able by prayer and steadfast resolution to cast out the image of that other man, who only a few days ago, was kneeling by lior side with the old devotion in his eyes; sup posing that sho could do this-would Duval be content with an empty heart, cold as an extinct volcano?' She would be ten...

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VIOLET TOWN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, 27TH APRIL. (BEFORE MR J. W. BEAVEN, P.M., AND A. MACDONALD, J.P.) Disputed Ownership. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 4 May 1915

VIOLET TOWN POLICE.COURT. I TUESDAY, 27TH APRIL. (Bevoke Mit J. W. IJKAVUX, P.M.', AND A. MAODONALD, J.P.) Disputed Ownership. All application wiis made by Con stable Garter for the purpose of deter mining the ownership of a certain bushels of oats held in custody by the polico. Constable Carter iu evidence stated that the oats in dispute had been taken from the premises of Seeber Brotheis, at Tamleugh. Owing to a certain re port and acting npnn certain infoiniation. he had taken possession of the oats at Seeber's proporty and they wero claimed by P- Organ as identical with aqnantity of oats which had boon taken from Organ's premises. The polico laid a charge against Christopher and Ernest Seeber wiLh respect to the oats being found in 'heir possession and the case was beard at Violet Town on March 2nd. After the case was finished he received a claim for I he oats from P. Organ and also a claim from Seeber Brotheis At the hearing oil Tuesday, Mr BYdZor appeared fur Seeber Brothers a...

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Violet Town Race Club. WINTER MEETING. WEDNESDAY, 2ND JUNE, 1915. Officials. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 4 May 1915

Violet Town Race Club. WINTER MEETING. WEDNESDAY, 2ND JUNE, 101 Officials. , President, Mr T. G. Hoskiq; vice presidents, Messis H. G. Meyer and A.' C. Morris; judge, Mr T. 13eggs, starter, Mr J. Fowler; clerk of sealed Mr G, Forshaw; clerk of course, Mr II". "While, irea urei, Mr F. Wa.lacc; timekeeper, Mr J. Beird; stewards, Messrs Criily. W. Ratuogc, A. Croxfo:d, Underwood, D. McKenzie, U Mitchell, Beard, Fur show, and Geo. Longlon; committee. Messrs McSliane, Llarton, Aiidtrson, F. Wailace, Lane, Ooip, White, It lloskiu, and Boulton; pony measurers, Messrs Beard,.Underwood, Hoskiu, W Rarnage, and McKei-iS e; hun-surgeou' Dr. Davie?; lmndicapper, Mr W. L)ill ' Racing Track c'oae to L'uwnsliip. PROGRAMME: MAIDEN" HURDLE RACE," £12. 2miles; £2 out of stake to go to second liorse." Now. 5/, aec. 5/. * MAIDEN PLATE, w.f.a., ufurlongs. £7. Entry (j/.. WINTER HANDICAP £12. One nrlc. Winner of any handi cap. hurdle included, after declaration of rwcights to carry penally - of 7lbs; two ...

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FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 4 May 1915

FOR WOMEN (Bj "Ajnbrfc6!ii«.' i ' livery forainine lover Of the cxquis itry (I'm not so fcuro that this word is strictly according to Johnson or Web ' Bter, but it seems appropriate) of dress i must thrill with sympathy for this luce j makers of Belgium., And thoso do lmen fortunate enough to possess pieces of roal Brussels laco will, guard them with most- jealous caro. ? '(Brussels lace is two kinds, olio mads on the pillow with bobbins, whicli is known a> Duclio.'S laco, and the other worked with the neodlo, and called "Point do Gaze.") The pulse ol the laco mak ing industry is stilled; tlio very heart of the laco making district-all that part lying south west of Brussels-is broken, and tho workors are^scattercd far ami wide in England, Franco aiui Holland. And thus history repeats itself, for it was in the 10th century that the atrocities of the Spanish In quisition drove tlio lacomakers abroad, and in thoso days tho Flemish loss was England's gain* for it was the;-© very refu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 4 May 1915

Wool SS2Sg£&-g$£H2ftSaS; Wool SMm Sides Tallow Bark Leather Brokers "?f lew Zealait! Loan I Mercantile Agency Co. Lid. ft Ag Of iSgga ""dEST' seiss; u«s in di6;o of yi-.iti. Sales E«ry Tu^s J&y. train Every Watessdsj titer ProdKoo TSsrse Thu^s a Woeh Liberal Advaasaa "lade er 8Mps»«rar. Vt*Cr.rtal\en on Oirnftr's Account a ft2aniiru l^i'ee 3l«.ra&e 0»* all (ircln recct* - ;«jrr from !>*; »<:» ^#7#.. . 'jrrth. vfivfcfc pjjttirslii c»Jovr'-d. Vteiofitt, ICixosizzu ur^c< Cooper's g^e&p to 1*3 Victoria & GuofcijjjJaaitf for fho ?ala£3 flees 1 Coti-'jy mid Sin a' Strtsets. 35e!Jjonrne. sS?il§§I§ISiW^;Js^Sg§gl§§§?IS88»SB H. H6NSHHLL chemist, Euroa. DESIRES to inform the public that the Grcateat Kelianoa can be plaocd in the PURITY and FEBSHNBSfi oj his .STOCK of DRUGS ana OHBMIOALS, as EVERY ARTICLE ii positirely NEW-without oue tingle esoeption. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS ARE FULLY and ACCURATELY dispensed by the Proprietor ...

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BIRD SENTINELS. PHEASANT'S SENSITIVE EAR. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 4 May 1915

BIRD SENTINELS. PHEASANT'S SKiNbillVKKAit. Canon ttawn6ley has been../nuking furtiioi- investigations into the reported agitation of pheoaanto on January 24, the day of the battle in tlio "North Sea, and the ''Times" published this letter from him. "i find that at three different platen in Cumberland-Barroek Park, .Skirivith Abbey, and Clitton Moor-the crowing of the birds was very noticeable between u quarter to ten and' half past ten. Tlvat, in lorkshire, the same restlessness and crowing of the pheasants trag observed -at York, USES, Wyland \bbey, l{is plith, near Ripon, Market Weigliton, West Ayton, Brompton, Jjangdaio End. From Lythe, four miles north of Whit by, 1 hear that the first report of tho guns at a quarter to tea caused a great excitement among the pheasants in the Alulgrave Woods, and a retrie ver barked JoudJy. Tho village shot maker at 10 o'clock remarked to thi parish clerk, 'By gum, Tom, there's iummat up in t' North Sea., iT old pheasants haveljeen gotting up st...

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SCENES OF HAVOC. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 4 May 1915

SCENES OF HAVOC. The town of Suvalki at present can be reachod only by horses or motor ears, as the railway was destroyed by the Germans, ami is now in process of restoration. Trains from Grodno run only as l'ar as AugustoQ.', as just be yond the latter town the bridge over ouo of, tho lakes was blown up. The day aftor the Germans wore oxpollod from, Suvalki tho Russian engineers be gan to build a temporary bridge, which by now is probably completed. Tho line which crosses tho Nieuien at Olita has also been destroyed, and trains rim no furthor than Shcstakoff, beyond Sim»o. From here to Suvalki all tho rails have been torn up, and hydrants and points blown to pieces. For dozens of miles both sleepers aud rails havo been takeu away bodily to Prussia, aud no traces of the lino re main. If it were not for embankments aud telegraph posts yith their broken wires 110 ouo would guess that a railway had ever passed through tho district. Beyond ShestakofV, two sixty-foot bridges have been bl...

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CURRENT NEWS ITEMS Following the Plough. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 4 May 1915

CURRENT NEWS ITEMS Fol'owiug tbe Plough. For the first time in the h:Btory of agricultural colleges a woman lins op lied for Entrance as a student to tho Agricultural College. Thecouncil of the Dookifi College has, on receipt of the first application from a woman bravely opened wide its gates, and ar rangements ore being made for the reception of othei womeu wh«, it is expected, will follow in the footsteps of tho pioneer, who will enter upon her studies in a few days. This la.ly proposes t" take the complete course, and to follow the plough like any male student. There are, of course, not a few women who have a dvsirefor this occupation. Poultry Testing, Mr, A. V- D. Kiotoul, Govern ment Poultry Expert, visited Wanga ratta ou Saturday last for the purpose of making a test in Mr. A, J. Suhutze's poultry yardBr.f the single pen system, the object being to ascertain if bon3 or outward signs are any indication of the quality of the bird from an egg laying point ofj view In all twelve b...

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