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COMPULSORY GRADING OF CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 27 February 1914

COMPULSORY GRADING OF CREAM. Spealkng at a meeting held at Wh'it !' field last week, Mr. Cook, of Oxloy, gave de'a'h of a scheme for the com pulsory grading o£ cream, which has been drawn up as follows 1.-All graders and testers to - be certificated by tlio department. . Ex aminers to bo appointed by the -Go.,' vcrnor.m-Councii. 2.-Every factory to employe-/' 0 grader or tester (who may be" either officer.) 3.-Any factory employing a non certificated grader or tester to be made liable to a penalty ; minimum £10 ; maximum £50. -i.-Any grader or tester doomed by the Minister to be guilty of an .offence in' respect to such work may iiava his certificate suspended for such timo as the M'nister may. determine. 5.-Cream shall bo graded to pro. duc^ l;U''er on following sca'e :-Super fino 95-100 points, inclusive ; first grade, 90-91 points, inclusive ,. sec ond grade, S3-89 points, inclusive. Superfine shall mean crcain con!lining not more than .2 par cent, of acid,' no less than 35 per c...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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ON GOLDEN WINGS CHAPTER XXIV (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 27 February 1914

m GOLDEN WINGS (By W. Howoli Poolo.) CHAPXKlt XXIV (Continued.> -Alice rose, and throwing a. lace shawl about her shoulders, fastened it with a .diamond spray-which shu believed, to glitter in the moonlight-and tripping down the steps, overtook the "I knew it was. you"-the stranger started-"because you smoko so vic iously." ? "Lady Adair!" exclaimed .Arthur, with surprise. - "Why aid you leave the card-rooni to oarlv?'^ she enquired.1 ^ ' "I invariably lose when anyone is overlooking my lmnd.," he mistered, throwing »wayrhis cigar. - - . "I nm so. son-}-.: \S ere your losses hoavjP" ' v. ,, "Nothing to speak of. , :? "And voir blame lue? she observed, in the low-toned charm so peculiar to her. "Hut-; oh, don't look so miserable, Arthur," she added, sighing. "Lady Adair!" he exclaimed, with a look of'reproach, ."are you happy. "Yes," she answered. ' N.r Laur ence is very-kind to mo.' "Of course, of course, but pray don't pick that flower to pieces: give it to me, rather." Ho exten...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 27 February 1914

Harrison, San MigoeS " r/cop. LTD:, COSH MERCHANTS, AND SUPPLY HOOSE FOR Brewers, Aerated Water Manufacturers, Hotel Keepers, Bakers, and Refreshment Booms. Correspondence Invited on All Articles used in the above trades. .Nolo Address 304 FLINDERS STREET, MELBOURNE. V ITADATIO PERMANENTLY CURES Hydatids, Liver ?iid Kidney Troubles, Oastric ulcers, Internal Growths. 3/6 and 5/6 per bottle. Chemists and Stores. S. A. PAI.i,i£R. :ao fliKdeus LANK, MEL BOURNE. IN STUDYING VOT'lt DKESS. STUDY" YOUJi POCKET TOO I I I Don't l'ay Higher Pricos lor Suits no Better than Mino! I deal strictly for Cash, con sequently I lnive no bad debts for which you have to puv. I impu'rt all my material? direct* from the manufacturer, and :naku all Suits on my own premise.;. I can give you a largo assortment of ?shade.; to ohoase from in |fancy designs And the very Litest I ii J i B o D y e tivoeds, worst eds, Vicunas, Twills, and the famous Geelong Serge -- SAC SUIT '50 MKASUki".. A !r\rgo -..ssorv HHMt of...

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Violet Town Sentinel Published Every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 27 February 1914

Violet ." Coim* Seniles P abliahed-E very. grid a j Morning. ' FRIDAY, FtiURU AJi Y 27. J014 i i-SALIC AT- IIALMJUTUU-.-Atioiitiun i? 1 druwu'lo iWadvuriitfciiieiit eise«liere 01 j tile ualo 011 llmrbiitty"u'ext of the luif ! John Uanddou s dairy- furm- at Hal- ! liuttura-.. - ' | ON ISIQK LKAV£..- Mis3 Williams,! ihelocalfioatiiimreiis, whose liealih hu» beeu unsausfuciory lor fume time, is at j prcasut avviiy oil sick leave,.and the office I w iu ulurgtj of Mr F, Kellock. - j ALTERATION OF DATB.--Attention j i« diavrn to iht: alteration of the date of [ - Riibiusim'd Bale at Warrenbayne, 'I'b« gale wa« advertised to tuke [ilnco to day, I but the dale has been altered to Friday, ( 13.li M-rch. j - STBATIIP- GIB IIOTHI,.-The Strath-I bogie Huio! has rgain changed hands, ; the putenasor being Mr Cattanack. j Mr-Frit'^, who ii leaving tlie district, ! his during his management of 'he hotel i nude muny friends. As TROE A3 THK-Sos SHINES | Cretd'a iioiitsare tbubest in lh«didtrictr I ox...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 27 February 1914

HEWS AND NOTES. Harry Lander, lb# Scotch eomndian who opens id Melbourne about Eaaler baa bean guaranteed £26,000 foi hia Australian tour, which laati 25 weeks. | A lenaation naa causad at Brauawick | on Saturday morning nbea a largo leopard wai found in the back yard of ona of the reaidancea. It tra* shot by a man Bamed Lacay vrho had served iu the South African nar, and-the akin is to bo given to him at a m«uieuto of llio oooaaion. The animal hod escaped from the Zoological Gardens. A tuan named Brigge, who hud come in from Arsadia, was attended to by Dr. H. J. Cook, of Shepparton, 011 Sunday for t lacerated head, tlia statement naa that when diving in the river hit haad-"came in contact another individual's nose!"-hence the injuries. What bcoame of the man who stopped the diva nith his "boko" in not rotated. Lord Denman, the Governor General, acoompanicd Ranker, tha fsmc.ua Aus tralian Aviator, on hia firm flight ei Sydney on Saturday. SJics Strickland, dangh er of the (Unto Gove...

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DISTRICT NEWS. Caniambo West. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 27 February 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. (Kami i.tir Corresiiundent.) Oaniambo West. A most enjoynli'e gathering nrns l«!d I fit Cniii'iiub-.i W'pKtou Kridujr night last, j wliosi Mpssm Dermis, Leo. Jirnoa mil j Frank Qaiiilan were entertained at a j sucinl catlini itij;, pri'ir to th'.ir learing for G«naaiitiiii, N'.S. W., nlioro they Imvg reined u Iniga tract of liitid fur wliuut glowing, Tim Q.iinliin liros., arc exceptionally pjpulsr in tlio Oaiii»uil>o and surrounding distiict, a proof of it bailiff the very largu [{atlisr iny that n-sicmbleJ to bill tliiui fuicaoll. During H 11 intui val in the proceedings, Mr M, B. Ksnufdv on behalf of t.hoso piejmit, presented each of Um four brothers with u vu n>itil« ei>t of gold »l''uve links. Mr denies QuinUn re turned tlia In on behalf of himself and hia brothers.

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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VIOLET TOWN RACES. ANNUAL MEETING, OFFICIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 27 February 1914

VIOLET TOWN RACES. - ANNUAL MEETING, bPPICIAL9. President, Mr. T. Q. Hoskin; vice. . presidents, Messrs H. G. Meyer and A. C. Morris; judge, Mr. T. Beggs; starter, Mr. J. Fowler; clerk of scales, Mr. F. . Wallace; handicapper, Mr. W. Hill; clerk of course.- Mr. H. White ; treasurer, Mr. F. Wallace; timekeeper, Mr. W. Lane; stewards, Messrs Crilly, Forshaw, ' W. " Ramage, A. Proxford, Underwtjod, Boartl, D. McKenzie, ' R. , Mitchell, W. Sambill and Geo. Long ton; committee, Messrs McShane, Corp, ' Anderson, W. White and Boulton; pony measurere and local handicappers, Messrs Beard, Underwood, Hoskin, W. Ramage and McKenzie; boa surgeon, Dr. Davis. The annua! meeting of the Violet Town Ruce Olub was held on atnrday last, 21st inst.. and though, on account, of the host, the attendance WBB not so great aa usual, the meeting was, a successful one. The gate takings amounted to £36, which falls short of Inst year's total by nbont £12. Qood entries wore waived for each event, but the scratch...

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GRANTS TO MUNICIPALITIES. THE ANNUAL ALLOCATION. £150 FOR HARRY'S CREEK ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 27 February 1914

GRANTS TO MUNICIPALITIES,. THE ANNUAL ALLOOAILOif... £150 FOR HARRY'S GREEK ROAD, The annual allocation of the Parlia mentary grant to n3siit munieipaliti«s in the construction, repair and maintenance of roadi and bridges was announced'on> Wednesday by Mr Hagelthorn, Minister of Public Works. This is probably tho lust of such allocations to be nif.do by. the Public Works department,, for as noon as the operations of tha Country. Roads Board are in full swing the scope which ti e annual vole bits entered will: come itiibi 11 purview of the board, That baa. -to a>me extent, been dona already, and as a result the present vote is in tha aggregnta substantially smaller than it has hitherto been. Last year's grant amounted to about £46,000. This year it in .nly £24,050. The allocation has been mude late this - year and the consequence is that tho municipalities hare mm only about four months in which to carry oat the special' works of a year, and las many, of the works are dependent...

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PECULIAR CASE OF SNAKE-BITE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 27 February 1914

PECULIAR CASE OF SNAKE*BITE. j Mr. Douglas G, Blair, assistant clerk of courts at Wangaratta, is1 believed to havo been bitten by a snake wi tho right shin on Tuosday, ami is now a patient at Sister Gilroore's private hospital, recovering from the eflects, says the "Despatch." A remarkable featuro about tho matter is that Mr. Blair does not know when or where ho was bitten. With other boarders ha resides at Mr3. Cruso's residence in Ovens street, and on Tuesday even ing he retired at about 10 o'clock, but as tho night was very warm, ho and his companions, attired in their pyjamas, spent some time skylarking about tho paddock near tho house. At nbcut 11 o'clock, when in bod, ho folt a stinging sensation below the knee, and Mr. H, Haines joined him in inquiry and search for the same. Mr. Blair 3uspcc'.eil s:iakcbi'j>, as two punctures could bo detected, but Mr. Haines, who saw only humor in tho incident, allayed his suspicions and ho again lav down. Half.aii-hour later, however, th...

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THEY SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 27 February 1914

THEY SAT That the quail aea^oa opens oils . Sunday, 1st March. Shooters will do well to wait till Monday, however, as orrying fire-arms on. Sunday is an offence. I'hat this week's cool change was doublr welcome. Last, week's readings areraged 100 for the tavon duysv That our cricketers have another' holiday on Saturday, and go to Uooraw. the following week. Thit Tamleugh played' a lucky draw^ triili Euroa, and made their chance for' the fours loolc nice. That Cowell, the Ruroa crack put up the good tally of 101. That Saturday's race meeting, though' suoces-'ful, was rather disappointing to the ollicials. who expected a bigger' crowd and bigger fields. Thut 'lie hut weather' greatly affected", the attendance.. Thai ili« secretary anticipates a.profit ol from £lftto £20: That Wi lie and Itulph are fond of-'a crayfish supper, and when a kind friondl of WiliieV cent hiin one last Saturday, tliey promised themselves-a treat. 1 hat ulas!:ihe-"cjny."' was delayed in. tratiHit. ami when it ...

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CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 27 February 1914

6RICKET The malettes postponed during the season for various causes now only remain to bo played before entering upon the semi finals. To-nioiri.vr Gooram and Tamleugli play, mid mi the following Saturday .Violet To-wn g» tu Gooram. Tin' semi-final round wiil therefore, start on I4th March. It is ptobiblc that Tamleugh will gain fourth place, as by scoring a draw with Huron oi> Saturday, tliey are ooir only ouo point behind the 'Roadem, and ham two matches to play against Mo(;l'n.iuil>y and Gooram. Enron cannot bu di< placed ns minor premiers, and win therefore litre the right to challenge Violet Tonn and Gooram are levtil f r second place. The final ro^'nd gitv promiae of some interesting malcln n Tamleugh were lucky on Saturday in making a draw with ICuroa, the fccotv being Euroa 4 for 151 (Oonell 101. Ely 15, O'Connor 13, B. Turner nut out JO); Tauilengh 9 f>r 115 (AlcGibbon 65, K. Danaher IS, Noonin not out 10). 'lis said that the gnuiv was not played in the ...

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APELICATION FOR COMMITMENT. SHOULD A PUBLICAN LEND MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 27 February 1914

APELIOATIONTFOa COMMIT MENT.. SHOULD'A i'UUtlOAN LK.N'D HOSEY.' An application for corara»Ument w»s heard! before Mr R. Knight, P.M., At the Shep« parton Polica Court ou Tuesday, tho coin l-lainant bsmtf Jjinea M*Donald (licensee of' the Terminus Hotel, High street); nnd the defendant, J. T. O'Brien, of Tumleugh West, . who was stated not to have complied with an order for £'2 6a obtained against him ou» Decrtnber9th Jast. Mr W, M'C. Abernothy appeared for ths comp ainaut, and Mr J, Sutherland for the defendant. Deft'O'iaut, Jn reply to Mr Abernsthyt. sulci that hie wifo bud a farm of S20aores <it Tumleugh West, He was 57 y<**r« of ajje;: had been a minor at Ba!la<at, where ho got. an attack uf nci«tioa, aod since then had noc be-o able to do aoj work. Uis wif^ wae * widow Butler) when he mart led her iir 18UI ; there were three children ( two* wore hi« 4tep*ohildren), and nil threo were growu*up His wife had been left the farm* by her former ht'eban...

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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua. Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 27 February 1914

POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS . ,- e . [Wlicre Oio term 'The' Conmiori wealbh"- is tiswHn cuiuicction v.it'n viiese rates unci regulations it inclinles Lor.d Howe Jslnni, and iS'tuKiik Island.] LE'lU'KliS. - For overy i .OUJICO; or: fraction Uicreot. For delivery within the Coiumon ; wealth 0 1 For delivery in the (British Jmh pire s . . . ., v. . . 0 1 for delivery in tho Now Hebrides, . Banks,, and Torres Islands .. 0 S For delivery in other places .... 0 2j ' v LBriElCCAllliS. For delivery wiihiu the Commonwealth: Singh, Id. each; reply, Id. each half For delivery in tbo Uiitish Kmpiro iseo list.61' "places undor '.'Jjetters")-Sin gle. Id. each. For delivery in Ne_\v Hebrides, Banks, ari;l Torres Islands-rSingie, 2d. each. For delivery 'in other, places;- Singla, '".'.213: each. . POSTCARDS. ' Single Postcards impressed with the 'ld.'st.-utip, and Reply or double cards, each lmlf-of'.which. has the Id impressed " thereon,; may. .be-.transnuued tto placcsAvithiil the .Commonwealth,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 27 February 1914

Those who have taken this medicine are amazed at its splendid ! healing power. .'Sufferers from Bronchitis,' Cough, Croup, Asthma, Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breathing, Pain jgr Soreness in the chesSt, experience delightful and rapid, relief, and to those who are subject to Colds on the Chest it is invaluable, £3 it effects a complete cure. It is most comforting in aiiaying Irritation in the Throat and giving Strength to the Voice, and it neither allows a Cough or Asthma to become chronic nor Consumption to develop. Consumption is not known where '"Coughs" have, on their first appearance, been properly treated with this medicine. No house should be without il, as taken at the beginning, a dose or two is generally sufficient, < and a complete cure is certain. * Sold by all Chemists and Medicine Vendor®. BK BH HE! MK Grain Skins Hides Tallow Bark Leather Brokers Agency Co. Ltd. All proceeds arc held In trust. Each merit io stored by itself and can be in no to date of sale. n...

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Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 27 February 1914

Church Services,. & I ^huroh of Kngl tod- Violet I'own 11. . (a c ); M iglonsmby 3, Violet Town7..30 I »ov. T. Tiuuiswnrdi- _ : ? | Preabyttrun - Viulet Torn 11 nml>7.:«) Or tie k 3, Mt/l'litinias:. Methodist-Violet Towo II; tfoho 8, Mr F. .VVullj. Vi..!«t'-Towo 7.30- Mi WVlsli: Bariditginnie l.lvMr Jotinann; U.d.Ujiuuie .7.30;" Mr t'uliroieiater;. Upotiuuipmi- 11 : Hurlsiun 3, '. f I' "Peauuck.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 27 February 1914

Summer Casl) Genuine' Reductions in: Departments. Full Stocks of the 'following," which we'wish to reduce to make room for autumn^ and- I Winter Goods: Costumes, Calicoes, Cretonnes, Blouses, Slieetings,. Remnants of all Descriptions. Muslins;, Underskirts,. Towels,. Dress Materials. All hats at Big Reductions, We have some dainty lines in; Ladies Boots and Shoes, Chandler's tJnderclothing:v "We have full Stocks of- this well-known: line. Special, orders taken- and executed, with; despatch. J CHEMIST, KUllOA. HORSE & CA'i'TLE MEDICINES BLACKIE'S GRIPE and COLIG DRENCH.-It is a most effectual re medy in all cases of Cripes or Colic. One dose as- a rule gives permanent and' immediate relief. Many valu able horses are lost through not hav ing a dose of Blackie's '3ripe. Drench et hand, and dangerous i-emc'dies such as gin, oepper, ginger, etc.,-arc admin istered With fatal results. Gripe or Colic demands instant treatment, and 'io stable should be without BLACKIE'S GRIPE AlVD C...

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COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. ALL AUSTRALIAN INVENTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 6 March 1914

COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. AM, AUSTRALIAN INVENTIONS. Tlio pati/uN expected to issuo (after tho prescribed three months from tin.* advertising e(Teeted on 11th l'VbniMry). relate to the subjects uudcrm .".r n.'m <1 This report is prepared by Messrs. fl. 0. Turn A Co., i^ilent Attorney No. 1, of tlio Riulto, 499 Collins Street. Melbourne, who have mentioned (>nlj some of Jic Australian made inven tions. Reinforced hul!ow concrete ualls Using templets extending from floor to coiling.-S. U. Marchant, South An tralia. An internal combustion engine vap ri/.t'r healed by the exhaust lias a sprayer for petrol or kerosene. - P. \V. Richards, South Australia. A lire alarm and extinguisher using a thermostat. "When tlio mercury vises to a given point it complotes an electric device to cause an explosion, and this liberates a water supply to a sprav no/zlo.-T. G. V. Blnlcev and W. Fish, Victoria. To bead grain sheaves, a convey.u* r/n a platform delivers the sheaves to ?. thrashing ro...

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A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE. How Some Secured Success. "Become a Patentee." [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 6 March 1914

- A PLAIN ttOAD TO ; FORTUNE. How Some Secured Success. "BfiMma .1 Patentee." 1. Cultivate and perfect your ideas as to improvements and inventions. Experiment. Tie world is eager for something new, whioh, however siin plo it may be, will save labor, or ex pense, or do things better. Let it be more convenient, or promote pleasure or safety, or do away with faults, or reduce waste. The person who gets public adoption of .such an invention is on the road to wealth. Ho will cease to be a servant; ho becomes a proprietor. People who handle things in every day use are the natural inventors of better things, and the natural capi talists of to-morrow. ... 2. Study the, subject of patenting, ltead the splendid aclvioo that Edison gives. Learn the procedure as lo pa tenting in the chief countries, - vben seeure your own" legal monopoly pi your lights by becoming a patentee. 3. If that workman or foreman, or your ingenious friend has produced' a clever invention, put him on the track about pa...

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DISTRICT NEWS. STRATHBOGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 6 March 1914

DISTRICT N5WS. (From nur Correspondent.) STRATIIBOGIE. A very pleasant incident took placo on Sunday last, at the closo of the Prosbyterian Sunday school, when Sir. S. J. Wi.kinson, superintendent of the school, was the recipient of a present troin tho teaq rs and scholars. On behalf of the scholars Magter J, Thompson presented Mr. Wilkinson with a handsome set of silver-backed brushes and comb (in case), as a small token of their regard. Mr. Wi kinson hcar.i'y thanked thesn for their nice pro.sent, adding that ho regretted very much having to leave them, and saying that he could do nothing iess than help in the school when it was so much needed. Ho trusted- that tho good work would: go on and prosper. General regret is felt, not only by tho Church, but the district generally, at Mr." Wilkinson's removal, as men of hia^stamp (unselfish and self-deny ing) may not bo found to do tho work he did. All here wish him and Mrs. Wilkinson every success. At the Methodist Church on Sunday last...

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OUR BOYS IN CAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 6 March 1914

GtfR S0Y3 IN. 0AMP, "NBKT FOR DOTY." Am lending a fe~ notes from oamp. The "dentinels" to hand all right, for nhich all boys return thanks. We are all vroll, bat the dast is awfnl. This is a Tory busy camp, going every day (Sunday included) from G'in the morning, till 6 at night. We had Brigade drill on Sunday ia a stubble paddock, black soil, and with ovor GOO horses at work, well, you can guess tho rest. When we rodo into camp; black, well yes, the girl* did not kuow "the boy." We wero inspected by, the Inspector General Sir Ian Hamilton this, after noon, and we all had a chance of seeing ono of England's g.reftt Generals. He also inspected oar line at mrsa time We are all g-tiing. ready fur nur big day on Wednesday. This ha» been a red letter week for Broadford-orery night concerts, picture shows, church fete, etc., ete., and the '-pnbs," well they are rushed from 8 o'c'ock to lights out at 10 p m. We strike camp some time '1-htirsday. I am in ton muol) hurry to write more as I. ...

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