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What She Wished. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 25 May 1915

What She Wished. Young Mr. Latehours was sitting In tl)c porch the othor night watching a seventeen-year-old trying to keep awake long enough to see the morning star rise. They talked astronomy. "I wish I were a star," he said, smil ing at his own poetic fancy. "I would rather you were a comet," she said dreamingly. His heart beat tumultuously. "And why?" he asked tenderly, at tio same time taking her unresisting little hands in his own. "And why?" he repeated imperiously. "Oh!" she said, with a brooding earnestness that fell upon his soul like a bare foot on a cold oilcloth, ' because you would only make your appearance here every one thousand five hundred years."

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AT THE EMPIRE'S CALL. "We Want Men." DISTRICT HONOR ROLL [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 25 May 1915

AT THE EM:PrRE^fQALL. The following are the names of district lads who have volnnteeredfor the war The Editor will be pleased to receive notification of names not . appearing on the Honor List below Akers. Corp. Locksley. Allason, Sydney B. Aldridge, 'Thos". Henry. Armstrong, Arthur. ('Bcgie.) Arfcridge, Jack M. Banks, W. (V.T.) Barry, J. G. Beaton. William J. Beaton, Bert. Belcher. William. Jtennie, Bert. Billings. Hubert. Binns. Chas. Wm. BTackie, Norman, Corp. Blackmore. A. Bowler, Charles. Bracewel], A. Bradford, Bert. Brip^s, Robert Geo. B rod 10, George. Brodin. John. Broughton. Stanley. Bunting, Esmond A. Burton, Alex. Campbell, Norman. Carne. Spencpr. Carrick, Esmond. Charlton, Frank. Chomley, Jack. Clarke, C. J. Clarke, 1'. (V.T.) Clement, Ales., BaJmattm. Collins, Alf. J., Lanco.Sergt. Cornish, James. Cornish, Phil. Cowoll. George. Crocker, F. T" Lieut (V.T.) Dargatz, Lou. Davey, (Locksley.) Dawker, William. DeBoos, Willie II. Draper, Arthur. Fentrni. F. V T.) Wounded. Fie...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 1 June 1915

ft fine Displap OF Peu) Season's Goods At HARCOURT5. OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMT. MILLINERY Dresses Mantles Rain Coats Ribbons, Trimmings. J. BLACKIE, CHEMIST, EOROA. HORSE & CATTLE MEDICINES BLACKIE'S GEIPE and COLIC DRENCH.-It is a most effectual re medy in all cases of Gripes 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 Gripe Drench at hand, and dangerous i-eme'dies such as gin, pepper, ginger, etc., are admin istered with fatal results. Gripe or Colic demands instant treatment, and no stable should be without BLACKIE'S GRIPE AND COLIC DRENCH. Price-2s Gd each Drench ar 20s per gallon, with directions. BLACKIE'S STONEH1NGE BLIS TER.-A Valuable and Effective Blis ter, combiu/ng t/ae vesicant properties of James* with tho absorbent nature of Stevens' well-known Blisters. A useful and certain remedy for the u"*"' of diseased or thickened tendons oi Ligaments, Spavins, Curbs, Splints, Ring...

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CAUGHT IN THE ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 1 June 1915

CAUGHT IN THE ACT. When his uncle Peter died suddenly [ at his residence, Brook House, Rains bury, without having made a will, Dick Fortescue, being his sole surviv ing relative, succeeded to Brook House and any other real or personal estate Peter Blaine might have left. Dick talked it over with the girl he was engaged to-Julia Carr-he lore going down to Rainsbury to look after his interests there. 1-Ie was only a clerk in an insurance office. Julia Carr had deemed it rather a condescension on her part to accept him as her lover, her father being a bank cashier. "I haven't any idea, you see, what Uncle Peter was wortn,"- said Dick to his adored one as he sat perched on the arm of her chair in the twilight. "He never gave me anything while he lived, apart from a cheap watch that only went wlieil I carried it. He seldom wrote to me. I know that he was fond of collecting coins, and that he spent a lot of money on his hobby. Well, we can sell his collection and Brook House, too, unless ...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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CHILDREN FACE DEATH FOR FRANCE. Little Lise and Jean Aid Mother in Saving Hidden Soldiers. Braved Prussian Sabres. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 1 June 1915

CHILDREN FACE DEATH FOR FRANCE. Little Lise and Jean Aid Mother in Saving Hidden Soldiers. Braved Prussian Sabres. , Paris, March 25.-A French work man serving on the eastern frontier sent the following touching letter to his two little children at home at Neuilly-sur-Marne. | "My dear little Marcelle,-I want to tell you how two little ones saved the lives of twenty-eight papas. . i "In a lonely farm a detachment of thirty men was resting, concealed for the night in a cellar. In the kitchen two little children, Lise and Jean, were seated with their mother by the fire. Suddenly cavalry approached. 1 " 'My children,' said the mother, 'the Prussians are coming. They will see that we have sheltered French . soldiers, and they will surely want to make us say where they are. They | will take them and shoot them. If we tell them a falsehood they will re ; venge themselves upon us. Listen: I'll speak nothing but patois to the Prussians. They will not understand ] a word. You must do like me...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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III. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 1 June 1915

Jlr. Jones became once more alert and active. Even in his sweater and shorts his professional habits return ed to him. "Certainly not, my lady. Your hus band was killed in a railway accident eight years ago, and you are going to settle down happily with the lit. Hon. the Earl Maltravers-I've read all about it in the newspapers, my lady. Won't you come a little this way, please?" In the darkness he bowed her as if she was a customer towards the lights of the motor car. For the first time he noticed that the road had been rudely blocked with piled stones and two hurdles, and that lying among the debris was the figure of the chauf feur. "Lor'!" he exclaimed. "I hope he hasn't killed your shower, my lady." They hurried to his side, the lady in her delicate evening wraps, with her priceless jewels glittering in the glare of the lamps, and the little gro tesque Mr. Jones in his sweater and shorts. The man was not dead, and even as they bent over him he strug gled back to consciousness and...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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II. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 1 June 1915

He kept on the edge of the road near the hedge, where the strip at grass, straggling through layers of dust, deadened the sound of his can vas shoes. A few feet from the rear wheels of the car he sat down on his haunches and listened-a very troub led and a very frightened scrap of humanity. Dimly he could see the figure of a man-a mail of his own height-leaning against the door of the car, his head and shoulders thrust through the window. He was speak ing, and every word he uttered reach ed the ears of Mr. Jones. "Don't know me, my fine lady, eh? Can't you give a guess? What if I was to tell you my name was Ralph Galton." "Ralph!" "Yes, Ralph, your husband. Thought I was killed in that railway accident, didn't you? Hoped I was, I expect, but here I am still alive, turned up just in time to stop my darling wife committing bigamy." "Bless you, don't excite yourself; I don't mind if you commit bigamy or trigamy for that matter; what I want is money, give me money, and you shall never b...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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JOINT INSTALLATION. I.O.R. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 1 June 1915

JOINT INSTALLATION. I.O.R. On Thursday last Violet Town wbb tho meeting place for rcchabitea from the surrounding districts, it hiving been arranged that the touts should meet here and take part in a Joint Installation Service, to be presided over by lite Diutrbt Chief Uuler, Dro. J. Lydiute. , The evening ti 'tin.lir .light.ivjiiir..iep-,. rcseiitatioa from llie tenls down the lino, and from other parts number* arrived-in good time for the important function, An early start hid to bemidc, so that down country bretbreu arid suiters could catch the tram leaving at 10 o'clock. Uro. Lydiate, without any prelimin aries, started off with the installation, by calling up the brethren and sisters who had bi-enchoBen to fill the offices of Chief Ruler and Deputy Ruler for the next half-year, and at tho conclusion addressed a fen words of encouragement and advice to the newly installed officers. The Past Chief Rulers and Secretaries were then called forward, and in turn the Stewards, Lovites,...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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THE TREMENDOUS ADVENTURE OF MR. JONES I. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 1 June 1915

THE TREMENDOUS ADVENTURE OF MR. JONES ;?>] By Paul Urquhart. i1 Until lior engagement to Lord Mal was announced, society had forsotlen that Lady Dorothy "i ever been married before. Then i "r\vsnapcrs, by the simple process 'fit up tlxeir back flies, publish extensively the story of her pre miis matrimonial experience. i"i"ht vears had elapsed since, at Ve "of seventeen, she had run vTrom her father's house, with Mr. iV';';!, ualton, the Australian adven whose meteoric career on the .Mns 1)0(211 ^1G sensation o£ tlie IU"01; * The marriage, which had be rn," on the top-note of romance had .,nirllv developed into a sordid tra v \t the end of a brief six weeks f!',iV Dorothy had returned to lier Other's House. A fortnight later a prrible accident to a racing "special" ? which Ralph Galton was known to ?.!ive been travelling seemed finally in have set her free. Amidst the heap nf charred remains that had once h.»P,i Inmmn beings, actual identifica was impossible; but though the krone...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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DISCOURSE ON PATRIOTISM. AT ST. DUNSTAN'S. SHOULD GERMAN MUSIC BE BARRED. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 1 June 1915

DISCOURSE ON PATRIOTISM. AT ST. UCTNS TAN'S. SHOULD GKRMAN ILOSIC BE BAIIREO. Tim Rev. D. A. M'Eachern preached to a 11«rpfe uongrrgRtimt on Sunday cve uinii in St Dunstan?8 Church. Violet Town,taking ns Lis text J Samuel,7-12 -Hitherto liuth the Lord 'helped 113." [11 1 Iiu course of tlie sermon the preacher pointed out that S imonl wishwl i ] 1 .* peo pie to associate wiili 'hut Khen-ezer stone all the undying niruinrira of the past-ill all ihe blessings of bygone days they »verp. to see the hand of God, and occlaiui to the world. " Hitherto linth the Lord lns'ped 11?." This is a thought, wo should think ahout nt the present time. It is prompted hy some of those letters which appeared in the daily papers laat week dealing with the prohibition of German music Such a curse, the writers claimed, would be a fine net of lofty patriotism. I irongW some of these newspaper scribes don'i know what patriot'sm of a reil. whole some kind really ni'uns. They hemem their own » tion when they as...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 1 June 1915

FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. Pressmen have qijeer experiences in their day's work, but FUte-played a particularly scurvy trick; ojv.mic at Auckland reoently. A fatakjfrt acci dent happening In a city building, l10 hurried to the scene to get a first mud story of the happening. There was no copy tor him that time-no iing but a heart-brealiing tragedy, for :he young woman who had met in 3tant death was the reporter's fiancee. They were to have been marriod with in a fortnight. "Gracious!1 That skirt is so tight j t can plainly see what you have in your pocket." "But I have no pocket!" "Then what is that lump?" "Oh, that's a 'mosquito bite!" I "Airs," exclaimed Mrs. Mullingar as she shook her head so vigorously as to seriously disarrange her toupee, 'My Hevelyn Ann, for all her learn in', ain't got no more airs, so to speak, than her poor old Dad." "Then she don't turn up 'er nose .it 'er ole frens?" queried Mrs. ham ingtou. "Good gracious, no!" "Go hon! Most girls who's bin adu lated at priv...

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CORRESPONDENCE. (We do not hold ourselves responsible for nor necessarily endorse opinions expressed by our correspondents.) (To the Editor of the "Sentinel.") [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 1 June 1915

CORRESPONDENCE. ('We do not hold ouraelvqs responsible for tiorueceesiirily endorse opinions expressed by our oiTi-efpomlont?.) (To tho Editor of the "Sentinel.") DEAll SIR,-At. the last meeting of the Violet Tovvn Sliiri! Council a petition was sent with 10 ratepayers' Dames at tached to have seven clmiiiB of road opened. And 1 notice a letter was read from UrChas. Waiter objecting to this, and being one of' the ratepayers whose Dame appeared on" the petition, 1 wish to point otit to the ratepayers in general that six months at;o £25 was spent on portiou of this same road solely for Mr C. Walter's convenience, and at present the latter p eco of road (which £25 was spent on) lias ncithav » skirt ing nor finish on it. JN'nw, ivliuii.-lti other ratepayers want a few pounds spi'iit to open the road light up s« »s the public might use tlio whole, this one gentleman objects. I trust, our honor able Cuuneillors will look into this matter. A. B. CllOSBlE, 27/5/15. Straihbogie North

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WHAT NEXT? [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 1 June 1915

WHAT NEXT? What of the styles £or next season? What sort of hats shall we wear? What modes will show signs of reason? What shall we do with our hair? What siartling dance will enthrall us? What game of cards shall we play? What new disease must befall us! j What sort of clubs will hold sway? What brand-new microbes will hurt us? ' What former faiths go adrift? | What new reforms will divert us? | What shall we try to uplift? The bone-breaking champion of the world has been at it again. He is a tailor from Gilgandra, New South Wales, and his name is Alfred Heiler. The average citizen will say just now that a man with a name like that de serves to have his bones broken, but this top-notch fracturer is not a Ger man. He has broken arms and legs 39 times. Trifles like a broken finger or a broken toe he does not count, for they are more frequent with him than a cold in the head with the ordinary mortal. Melbourne used to boast a youth who was some pumpkins at the same game. One of his pr...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 1 June 1915

SPORTING NOTES. BY FLASHLIGHT. The Violet Town Club will hold tho usual Winter Meeting on Wednesday next, and, by the fino entry received (39 horses en gaged in the various races) a good day's' mcing is promised to visitors. The racing track id in fine order and all that is required by the committee is fine weather on day of meeting. Several horses have arrived. A. Turnley's Surefire ia looking well, and is expected to run well in the Maiden Hurdle race. Pellow will have the mount. Several local ponies are engaged in the Novelty pony race. One of the early morn ing "touts" anys one of the "wee" ones will win. His forecast is as foUows: Maiden Hurdle Surefire ' Maiden Plate Lady Miaty Winter Hoodicap Poailipo Trial Handicap Slattery Pony Race Little Fellow Flying Handicap Cheerful Cheer Football was set rolling lust Saturday, wheD the local juniors met and defeated the tienulla boys. The locals were led by the old blue and gold skipper, and they eay "Tom" played as well us etfer. Geo...

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WHAT I SAW IN THE FIRING LINE. The Havoc of the Invading Huns in Northern France, where Neither Women, Children nor Homes Were Spared. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 1 June 1915

WHAT I SAW IN THE FIRING LINE. The Havoc of the Invading Huns in Northern France, where Neither Women, Children nor Homes Were Spared. By Decima Moore. Miss Decima Mooro, tlie well-known actress, who has just returned from the firing line in France, where she has been with the Women's Emer gency Corps, records below her impres sions of her visit. Miss Moore, as wife of Major Guggisberg, R.E., has a special interest in the army, and she has shown her spirit of daring by tra velling with her husband in many parts of West Africa never previously visited by a white woman. She writes: Coining back to England straight from the zone d'armee, from a place that must be nameless, where the Wo men's Emergency Corps, through the energies of Miss Desmond Ilackett, have the good fortune to be working, with the sound of French and German guns still in one's ears and the remem brance of French and German aircraft at work, of ambulances dashing to and fro to the firing line and the suffering and wou...

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NEWS AND NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 1 June 1915

NEWS AND NOTES PAID COMMITTEE.-In the House of Representatives on Friday Mr Palmer was informed by the Prime Minister thnt the Pnrliimentnry Standing Com mittee 011 Public Works was tlie only pi id Parliamentary commit tee existing. The nmount (>;>id to members ; of the committee during I lie present Parlia ment wns:-Fees, £71 'I; travelling ex penses. £452; total, £11G4. IMPORTANT-Shepparton sliire coun cillors were indignant at tlie treatment they received from from Mr ?). C. Sin clair, who was tlie successful applicant for the position of secretnry at Inst coun cil meeting. It appeared from Mr Sinclair's own statements, that he left his personal enquiries until after his appointment was made. On his return to Stawell from Shopparton he wired something to the elYect that "the sacrifice was too great." Fortunately the council (through the foresight of Cr Fair) luid taken the precaution to in sert the proviso in the resolution that, failing Mr Sinclair's final acceptance of th...

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PICTURES OF HELL. YOUNG GERMAN'S MOVING LETTER TO HIS MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 1 June 1915

PICTURES OF HELL. YOUNG GERMAN'S MOVING LETTER TO HIS MOTHER. On the body of a young Bavarian soldier, killed in the recent battle in Champagne, was found this pathetic le'ter to his mother: - My dear. Mamma.-For three months we have been in the battle. Heavens, what is it all for? The greatness of the Fatherland, the glory of the Kai ser, or some motive of that kind. If so, it is, after all, a small thing, and neither united Germany nor our re spected Kaiser had need of all this bloodshed. I cannot tell you, my dear ly-beloved mother, what pictures of hell pass ceaselessly before my eyes. I seem to be living in a red dream and among flames. Of what use to me will have been my long studies and my hopes to make you happy in your old age? To die miserably for a mys terious cause. Thousands ot us are all in this case. Good and faithful comrades of mine who, like me, asked only to be allowed to live in joy and work, I have seen fall in the hail of lead and Iron or perish of cold and alm...

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Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 1 June 1915

Church Services. Peabytorian-Violet Town 11, Stony Creek3 Violot Town 7.30, Mr, Norcis. Churoh ot England-Marraweenoy II, Moglonemby 3, Violet Town 7-30 Rov, D. A. MoEachorn. Mcthodiat-Violat Town 11, Mr T. Gibbst Baddaglnnio 11, Boho 3, Violot Town 7*30, Rev, Edwards; Upotipotpon 3, Supply; Earlston 3, Mr P. Wall.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 1 June 1915

nHEAP Tvr0NEY (JhEAP lVloNEY W ATTS, TURNBULL AND OO. Stock and Station Agents, hove £50,000 to Invest from £500 upwards at Lowest Possible Rates, on BROAD ACRES. Strictist Secrecy. Small Charges. Prompt Settlements. WATTS, Tornbull &:CO. Watts, Tarnbull & Co STOCK AND STATION Agents, land. Financial, Estate, nsuran and General Commission Agents. Head Office-BENALLA. ?a .n-liM- Violat Town, Euroa, Mansfibld \VaDgaratta, Butherglen, Dovinish, Thoon MARKETS Benalla-Fortnightly, alternate Tuesday Euroa - Fortnightly, second and fourth Manned-Monthly, fourth Friday. Viilot Town-Monthly, third Friuay. n H HAGESAUER, Managing Partner. OTUr.NBUL.li, Auctioneer and Sworn Valuer. F. WALLACE, Local Manager. JLOA2V9 BBOOXIAIED. MONEY TO LEND, in large or sums, at lowest rate of Interest and charge Valuation made. AGENTS FOR national Mutual Life Association, Commer cial Union Fire Insurance Co., London aod Lancashire Fito Insurance Oo" Cooper's Sheep Dip A.M.L. and F. Co,, Ltd, ...

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VIOLET TOWN WEIGHTS WEDNESDAY, 2ND JUNE. Maiden Hurdle. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 1 June 1915

VIOLET TOWN WEIGHTS WEDNESDAY, 2ND JUXK. Maiden Hurdle. VV. White's Blackout 12 7 E. F, Kentle's Master JSitella 10. C> Leahy and Lang's Royal Letters 10 2 W. White's Peal 9 12 A. Tnrnley's Surefire 9 10 <1. Shennan's Wait a Wes 9 7 Joe. Biggar's Sren Hedio 9 5 Geo. Dousens' Oentaya 9 5 M. Lonergan'a Y.S. 9 2 J. Dean's Tom Pratt 9. 0 Maiden Plate. G. Lewis' Haruac 8. 12 J. Feoson'a Lady Misty 8 12 W. C. Bain's Bonnie Harbour 8, 12 E. Little's Kuralie 8. 9 Geo. Cousens' Vidig 8. 9 R. J. Croxford's Lady Filba 7. 6 Trial Handicap H. F. Hoj.-ted's,Che3rful Glicer 9. 5 Hanson'a Marie Black 8. 7 Geo. Greutell'n Lady Trilock 8. 7 J. Jones' Slatlery 7. 10 C. Cochrane's First Branch 7. 9 R. Storey's Redstone 7. 5 T. Griffiths' Eupheron Princesa 7 5 J. Lewis' Hamac 7 2 Thos. Ryan's Our Guide 7. 0 Winter Handicap VV. White's Blnoknut JO 2 J. A. Ryan's Loombex. 9 0 F. Hnysted's Posilpo 8 10 A. Turnley's Surefire 7 7 E. F. Kentle's Master Zitolla 7 2 M Lonergan'a Priamer 7 2 0. Wil...

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