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Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 24 March 1914

Church Services. Presbyterian-Unitoil Harveat Thanka giving.scrvlco, Violet Town 3 and 7.30, Mr Thoniaa, '' 1 Church of England-Violet Town 11, (lie); Motflonomby 3, Violet Town 7.30, Hev. T. Tinniawood. Mcthndisb-Violet Town 11,Mr Welsh ; Upotipotpoii 11, Earlston 3, Viofet Town 7.30, Rev. Edwards; Daddaginnic 11 f Mr Fuhrmeister.Guddaginnio 7,30, MrPcaoock; Boho 3, Mr-Johnson*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 24 March 1914

Summer Cast) Clearing Sale, Genuine Reductions in ali Departments. Full Stocks of the following", which we wish ~*"i| to reduce to make room lor autumn and '' Winter Goods: Costumes, Muslins, Calicoes, Underskirts, Cretonnes, Towels, Blouses, Dress Sheetings, Materials. Remnants of all Descriptions. All hats at Big Reductions, We have some dainty lines in Ladies Boots and Shoes, Chandler's Underclothing. We have full Stocks of this well-known line. Special orders, taken and executed with despatch. I J J. BLACKIE, CHEMIST. EPRO-i, HORSE & CATTLE MEDICINES BLACKIE'S GRIPE 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 ftfc hand, and dangerous i-emedies such as gin, pepper, ginger, etc., are admin istered "with fatal results. Gripe or Colic demands instant treatment, and DO stable should be without BLACKI...

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Longwood Racing Club. EASTER MONDAY. (13th April, 1914) [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 24 March 1914

Longwood Racing Club. EASTER MONDAY. (l3th April, 1914) Inside running rail half way ronnd track. Track in first-class order. Course two min utes walk from railwaystation. Saddling paddock. Horse boxes.' Members' stand. First class train service. PROGRAMME., 1.-HANDICAP HURDLE RACE, of £20. 3 sovs. out of stako to go to second horse. About two miles. Over such jumps as tho stewards may; di rect. Ncmi. 10s, acc. 10s. 2.-TRIAL STAKES.of 10 sovs., G furlcfngs.- For all horse's that hav'q nevqr won over £10. 'Horn. 10s. 3.-EASTER" HANDICAP, of 18 sovs. One mile. Second horse to re ceivo 3 sovs. out of stake Winner o£ any, handicap of £10 or over after declaration of weights to carry' 71bs. penalty, two or more such races, 101b. penalty. ' 'Nom 10s., afce. -8s. 4.-HANDICAP NOVELTY PONY RACE, of'7 sovs. Four. furlongs. For ponies 14.1 "a.u. Last three perfor mances with "wqights carried and exact height of ponies must be sent m at lima of entry. 12yds start allowed for over)- inch ; small...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 24 March 1914

\ ^- . ... FIGHTING FOR BREATH. "My littlo boy was a martyr to bad colds ami coughs,'1 saya Mrs C, Warrell, Luke's Creole, tfockhanipton, Q. "At times lie has bcou so bad that I have found liim fighting (or breath. Since 1 started giving him Chamberlain's Cough Remedy I do not worry over his cougha for I know that a ucoupto of doscB will givo him immcdiato relict." Sold by B» Mi.choll» RICKED HIS BACK. "I ricked my back~severely and was un* ? able to stand upright," writes Mr Thos. H. Mailer, Ebden, Vie. "I had seen Chamber lain's Pain Balm advertised-for strains, and thought I would see whafc it would do for mc. The first application gave me relief and I was unite myself again u"er using only a quarter of a bottle.' f-old by K. Mitchell. TAKE NO OTHKR. "For uino years I suffered with n liver disorder and tried numerous medicines, obtaining very little relief," writes Miss Esther J: Coles, Major's Creek, N.S.w. After taking Chamberlain's Tablets regularly for a fortnight I found 1 w...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 24 March 1914

CRICKET. The team to represent the club against the Fifteen will be chosen from -Dr. Davies, Messrs Lane, Holmau, Harcomt, Saxon, Hancock, Kelly, Ilea, Peacock (2), Stevenson (2). Pair and Sambell. Match starts at 2.30.

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MAIN ROADS BOARD. CONFERENCE AT WANGARATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 24 March 1914

MAIN ROADS BOARD.' CONFERENCE AT WANGA RATTA. Tlia Main Roads Board raot in con ference al Wnngnratta on Wednesday lust, week, delegates from about a dozen of tho adj lining sliires being present, Crs. Forshaw and Black represented Violet Town. The Mayor of Wangaratta, Cr. "Maxwell, presided, and wolcomed tho delegates, expressing pleasure at seeing 80 many of them present. The con ference was convened by the Borough Council for tho purpose of meeting the Board, hearing them explain the Act, and asking them for information on any points they woro not clear about. Mr Cnlder said ho was delighted at see so many Councillors from different parts present. This was only tho second conference of this kind they had attonded-tho other waa at Bendigo. Tho Board had now been inspecting various Shires for ten months, and has covered 12,000 miles. They were grouping .the municipalities from Seymour to Albury, and would prepare a plan for works in that area and then submit them to the council for...

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EUROA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 24 March 1914

EUROA RACES. TThe following are the results of St. Patrick's Day Races at Enroa. Trial Stakes, of 10 sovs., five fur longs.-S. McCortnack's Springbolt, 7.9. (Hoban) 1 ; II. J. Croxfo'rd's Miss Stone, 7.9., (Lane) 2 ; V. M. Red fern's Rudstone, .90., (Redfem) 3. Kilceoliu and Kitty Stone alsoslart. oil. Won easily by three lengths. Belting-Evens Springbolt, 6 to 4 Rudstone and Kilcoolin, 4 to 1 Miss Stone. Time, 1.20. St. Patrick's Day Handicap, of 18 sovs., One Mile. ^ D. Hoysted's Polly Brown, 9.7 (Hy land) 1 II. F. Hoys Jed's Gnarbhie, 8.12, (Hoysted.) 2. M. F. Clcary's Comealong, 8.0. (Red forn) 3. Only starters. A great race. Polly Brown made the pace to the wind mill, -whore the field became bunched, i and was well together till near the home turn, where Gnarbluc (look com niand jiiul lead into the straight. Gnarbluo looked all over a 'winner, j but Polly Brown made a great finish ing effort, and won by a short neck, with Convealwig two lengths awaM third. Time, 1.4G, Xoveltjy ...

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The Semi-Finals. Euroa defeat Tamleugh, EUROA. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 24 March 1914

The Semi-Finals. Euroa defeat Tamleugh, EDEOA. Fothergill,b Wallis ... 0 Stedraan, b Hamilton ... 2 . G. Ely, b Wallis ... 24 Cowell, b McGibbon ... 14 F. Stewart, not out ... 30 C. Turner, Ibw McGibbon ... 3 O'Connor, b Gourlay ... II Nowotna, b Gourlay ... '3 Auld, b Wallis ... 0 Fincham, b Gourlay 2 King, b Gourlay ... 1 Sundries - 10 100 . Gourlay, 4 for 22 ; Hamilton, 1 for 24 WaUis, 3 lor 31 , McGibbon 2 for 12. TAMLEUGH. Wallis, st Stewart, b Ely ... 8 Guurluy, b Cowell ... 11 Hamilton, c Auld, b Cowell ... 26 . A. McBurney, b Cowell ... 2 McGibbon, c Auld, b Cowell.., 19 H. McBurney, c Kiug, b Ely 9 C. Ick run out ... 0 Huncimau, b Ely ... 0 NoonaD, c Nowotna, b Ely ... 3. Seeber, c King, b Ely ... 0 R. Ick, not out ... 0.. Sundries ... 9 ' 87 Cowell, 4 for 38 ; Ely, 5 for 35 ; Auld, foe 5,

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HOSPITAL SUNDAY. A Good Result. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 24 March 1914

HOSPITAL SUNDAY. A Good Result. The weather on Sunday Inst was ideal for the Hospital Sunday demon stration, and it must have been a re cord crowd that gathered in the shady portion of the Itecreation reserve, on the banks of the creek, to hear the "appeals of the various speakers on be half of the "Wangaratta Hospital. The procession headed by the Be'nalla Mu nicipal Band, and comprising the members of the local troop af the Indi Light Horse, and the members of the Friendly Societies, who turned out in good force, moved away from the Friendly Societies' Hall, shortly after 2.30. The proceedings at the reserve com menced about 3 o'clock, with a selec tion by the band, after which the president of the movement, Cr. J. Wilson, explained the object of the gathering. It was, he said, a beautiful day, but not a few of them would prefer to see it such a day as they ex perienced on the last occasion, when copious rain fell during the morning. However, he' assure^ them the rain was coming, ...

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 24 March 1914

TENNIS. ' A match was played on Wednesday last, between Yiolet Town and $nl4 former by 27 games. Afternoon tea was provided by tlio ladies. Tlie scores were:-» Dr. UuvieB and Miss Underwood beat Mraud Miaa Wakenshaw 6-1,6-2; Mesera Sice uud Lane heat Messrs McKcrnan and Clementa C-3, *1>6; Missis Underwood und Britnull beat Miasea Wakeushaw and Lorimer 6 5 0 3; Dr. Davies und Holmati he.i^ Mcctjra McKcrnun und Clement G-3; G-2; Messrs Sleo and Latio tied with Mesarq Wukcnehuw and Hudda G-4, 4-0; Iiolman Mid Miss Britnell beat McKcrnan und Mfaa Lorimer o*G, 0-4; Dr. Davies and Holmun beat Messrs Wakenshaw and Badda 6-1% Violet ]Cow& «T&5<£MmaUai&46> mattnm, and resulted

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 24 March 1914

RIFLE SHOOTINQ, ? A triangular match was fired at Buroaon Saturday last between Euros, Strathbogia nnd Boho clubs resulting' as follows:-Strathbogie 4-19, Buroa HI, Bobo 427. The scores of the B0I40 team wero as follows: ' ' ' " 3Q0 Git) .Total A. Johueop 24 26 SO . H. Field 28 20 57 H. Stow - .10 25 55 ' J.Foottcr 30 28 58 R. Coish 28 2D 57 R. Wilson 29 20 . 19 S. Davia 20 21 50 J, Llowelyn 28 25 51 427 Ygu pan save money, get better Vftlue, and a larger solectioti of Ladies', Gont's, and Children's Boats and Shoes, than anywhere CIbb. YOU oau obtain advantages beyond description, if you, riiit Creeds Boot Palace.

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THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 24 March 1914

TUP CONCERT. The sacred concert held in the evening was very well attended, and the -collection amounted to £5/i/G, making the totai for the day, £30/5/,-a creditable result. The anthems ren dered by the combined choirs were much appreciated. Cr. Wilson presided, and the following progrnnimc wns sub mitted:- Opening address by Cr. Wilsonj hymn, Nearer My God to Thee; prayer, Rev. Edwards; anthem, Praise the Lord, address, Mr Thomas; anthem, Send out thy Light; address, Rev. Edwards; solo, Beyond the Dawn, Mr Tom Hoskin; collection; anthem, King of Kings; address, Rev. Tinnis wood; hymn and Benediction.

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INDIAN COSTUMES. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 31 March 1914

INDIAN COSTUMES. A leading modiste in New Vork Is dying upon old American Indian gar oents for her inspirations. She makes :an-skinned coats that are embroidered .vitli Indian mot its. A blanket em broidered in the uame way composes in evening wrap. Even the beaded jead bauds of tJio tribes are pressed nto tho service, and are not at all un* becoming { The oobtumes of tho squaws, too, arc closely copied. Tlij squaw know a ^ood deal about colour. Tho manner ? u which the girls and children wear their blankets is being adopted i'or fashionable white chiffon danoe frocks, lud these aro wuni with turquoises as jmainents, and girdles with Indian mo iifs embroidered thereupon. % Tho ohief's coat and turban, tho lea cher thongs so ranch seen on Indian garments, tho squaw's dross, tlio Black root's akin shirt, and the Indian sytn jols for the ''.Morning Star," tho 'Black Night," "Tho Kain," " The Frog," and MTho Dragon-fly," all these ire being adopted for modern use by tho dressmakers not ...

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ON GOLDEN WINGS CHAPTER XXIX. "THE WAGES OF SIN." [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 31 March 1914

ON GOLDEN WINGS <By_W.'Howell Pool*.) CHAPTER XXIX. "THE WAGES OK SIX." The sigh of long imprisonment-the stop (If feet on which tho iron clanked, the groan Of death-the imprecation of des pair. It was thB day of Richard Hammond's ,.trial. T)iLt court |>1 Durham Gaol was crowded, the jury enipanelh'd. tile judge iiiioii his justice-seat, the prisoner JJi tlio dock. Of those assembled, female curiosity predominated; all eagerly pressing for ward to look upon tho face of the ac cused . Alary Hammond was the last witness called "by the Crown to identify the pri soner, and a perceptible patu passed ever his face at the mention oi tior name-a name for many years- so cold and callous to him-a name now calling forth all the remnant of a hotter na ture left iii him to love and venerate. As their eyes met, she drew herself up slowly as if writhing under pain; and as her head was falling hack, the judge's voice awakened her, for opening her eyes-eyes which had shut her husband's...

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DISTRICT NEWS STRATHBOGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 31 March 1914

DISTRICT NEWS STRATH?OGIE. Mr. and Mrs. Vroland Senr., aro leaving Strathbogie this week, and in tend residing near Melbourne. Mr. Vroland was tho first teacher at this school, being appointed to school 2181, noar the township, in 1879, and has hold important appointments, including head teacher at Wangarattu. IIo re tired on a pension, residing on his farm lor some limo. Still anotiier school is to bo added to tho six schools already In the hills, This is being orected at 6trathbogie North by tho residents, and the De partment is sending a teacher jvhen it is completed. Many residents wore at Ihoir wits' end to know what to do in the matter of educating their thildren, and tho present effort in tUla direction lis' deserving of gredi fiWfco, . , . ; ;

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CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the "Sentinel.") "THE POOR BOOKIE." [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 31 March 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. (To tho Editor of tho "Sentinel.") (.THE POOR BOOKIE." Sir,-Under the heading of "Tho Poor Bookie," yonr issue of the 6th con tains what yon speak of as some figures that talk. They do talk indeed, if, ono haa but ears to hear them. They talk of money squandered in gambling that should rightly have gone to pro cure comforts, and, in some cases, necessaries for mothers, wives and children ; tbey talk of neglected chari ties. which languish, like " Our Hos pital," in heavy debt; they talk cf embezzlements and of pillering from masters' tills ; they talk of lost posi tiuu8 and ruined characters and sui cides ; they talk of human sharks ; they talk of mad ravings on lace courses when odds are being yelled; they talk of disappointed tradesmen and consequent insolvencies. You may well say "they talk." Is it not time that an anti-gambling crusade waa called for ? I thiuk so, Yonrs, etc., J. W. EDWARDS. The Parsonage, 30 j 3 | 14.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 31 March 1914

EXACTLY THE TIME for my usual nip. mm. IS a comfort, -to -the aged San Miguel rsop. urn. AND SUPPLY HOUSE TOE Brewers, , Aerated ^ats- raatartssfera-o, Hote) Keepers, Bakers, . "<P -j soil RefrcsfsmSrrf Rooffis. Correspondence Invited en AS Articfcs used In ttta a&aw tratha. Note Addrsos- - 304 FL.IFJDEBS STREET, MELBOURNE. FULLER® JOHNSON Engine. Hero i'k » portuVe and powerful Engine that will cut your work in half. Hitch it ti> your pump or your winnower, and it will do all tlio worlc w ithout needing any special attention. .Siand it where you want it, without extra plat frms or fixings of any sort, fill it up with petrol, givo it a few turns, and away it goes. Uso it on your separator, your churn, your grindstone, to work your wishing machine or fire lio<=e; in fact, use it wherever you use hand jiower. PiiK'E. £'S~>. Kill! Particulars from DEPT. "K.' THE BUCKEYE HARVESTER CO. .11 -r,2 Vrnncw-St., MFXHOTONE. Knortfot/o Commission -Agents AVa n...

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Longwood Racing Club. EASTER MONDAY. (13th April, 1914) [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 31 March 1914

Iiongwood Racing Club. EASTER MONDAY. (13th April, 1914) Inside running rail half way round track. Track in firet-claas'order. Course two min utes walk from raihvIiyMation. Saddling paddock. Horseboxes. Members' stand. First class train service. PROGRAMME. 1.-IIA;ND1CAP HURDLE RACE, of £20. 3 sovs. out of slake to go to second horse. Aoout two miles. Over Sjich jumps as tho stewards may di rect. Nom. 10s, a'cc. 10s. 2.-'TRIAL STAKES.of 10 sovs., G furlojigs. For all horses lliat have never won over £10. 'Nom. 10s. 3.-EASTER HANDICAP, of 18 sovs. Our rnilo. Second horse to re ceiva 3 sovs. out of stake Winner of any handicap of £10 or over after declaralion of weights lo carry 7Jbs. penalty, two or 'more such races, 1011). j-analtv. -Nom 10s., ace. 8s. 4.-HANDICAP NOVELTY PONY RACE, o£ 7 sovs. Four furlongs. For ponies 14.1 a.u. Last three perfor mances with wo,ights carried and exa6t height of ponies must' bo sent in at timq of ? entry. 12yds star^ allowed for every; inch; smal'est,...

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Violet Town Sentinel Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESDAY, 31ST MARCH, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 31 March 1914

Violet CoiDii S Ctiiincl Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESDAY, 31ST MA.ECH, 1914 REMINDER. - To-morrow Messrs Watts, Tiirnbull and Co. hold a gonuioo clearing Bale on account of Mr P. Looby, of ICoonda. COUNCIL MEETING.-Owing to the date of next council moating falling on -Easter Monday, the fixturo has boon postponed for a week and will be held on Monday, 20th April, TRACTION ENOIHCS.-Owing to the damago done to many of the bridges throughout tho shiro by traction engines, it is the intention, we understand to take action at the next Council meeting to hare tho regulation regarding them enforced. LARGE HAULS.-Owing to ibe dams in tho Oosgiove district becoming dry, largo hauls of fish have been caught. On Sunday last week no fewer than 110 fish woro taken from the dam on Mr Strawhorn's property, some of them weighing 101b each. Other fish of the same weight have beon caught in ad jacent dams and lagoons. li^niiss.-Cr. G. E. Henderson, who has beon suffering for some weeks from t...

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The Final Match. EUROA v. GOORAM EUROA. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 31 March 1914

The Final Match. EUBOA v. GOORAM EDROA. Cowell, b McPherson 18 Ely, b Souter ... 7 Stewart, b McPherfon ... 22 O'Connor," o nnd b McPboreon 2 Sted .ian, c Souler, b Nolan 2 ? Turner, b Nolan ... 1 Pothergill, b Goutor ... 7 Nowotha, b Souter ... 12 Auld, run out ... 3 Fincham, run out ... 0 King, not out ... 6 ' Sundrick' ... § 87 McPherson, 3 for 30 i Souter, 8 for 22 ; Nolun, 2 fur 10 ; Bradley, 3 for 5 j Goodier, 0 for 3. GOORAM. Hill, not out ... 27 Souter, lb\v Cowell ... 0 Vroltiml, Bt Steward, b Ely ... 0 Goodier, at St -wart, b Ely ... 11 McCormack, b Cowoll ... 0 McPherson, b Cowell ... 2 Bradloy, b Ely ... 0 Slogsott, not out ... 1 Sundries ... 4 Six (or Oowellj 3 for 15 j Ely, S (or 35.

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