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OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 28 April 1914

OBSERVATIONS. Whi»h. you rcmovo your shoes at night/ and dirt, chaff or other litter sifts -over tlie llooi*, "got busy with the dust-pan and broom. ; Your wife wiT appreciate your thoughtfulncss. "I Can" is a hustler, a iriair self-made AVho turns off jobs galoro; ..VI . Can't'' lights his. pipe, sits down . in the shade, . And bemoans the: fact that ho is poor. ^ If you make home pleasant for the children with books and games and an occasional treat, you will not bo wor ried by their being on the streets at night. Tho child who is not taught to save his pennies .will never know the value of a shilling. A bully is invariably a coward. Let the boy have a piece of ground of his own this year to plant-best way in tho world to make a farmer of him. Grivo him every cent, lie can produce from it. ?Souk? peoplo grumble because the road to success isn't paved. The best-natured and happiest chil dren are those not surfeited with toys. Tho vital force lost during a fit oi auger is equal to a...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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Violet Town Sent[?] Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESDAY, 28TH APRIL, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 28 April 1914

Violet Coioii Sentinel Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESD-iY, 28m APRIL, 1014 DENTISTRY.-Mr H. V. Haroourt visits Violet Town on Friday next, 1st M»y Risk IN PRICK or BRCAD.-Tbe local bakers advertise elsewhere a rise in (he price ot bread to 7d for a 41b loaf, and 3£d for the small loaf. NATIONAL BANK. - Mr E. Slee (manager of the local branch of the National Bank) and Mrs Slee are present on holiday. Mr Cooper ia the relieving officer. CHPRCH or Enoland.-The Ret. D. A. McEachern has definitely accep ted the offer, from tbo Bishop, of the incumbency of Violet Town, in the place of Rev. T. Tinniswood. CONCERT AT STONY CRBRK.-A concert and coffee supper in aid of the funds of Stony Creek Church of England will be held at (hat place on Wednesday, Gtli May, FOOTBALL -Tho annual meeting of the Violet Town Football Club will be held at the Mechanics' on Friday evening next. As it i3 time the ball was set rolling a good at'endance is hoped for. GRAZING RIGHTS.-The gracing rightB of the...

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ON GOLDEN WINGS CHAPTER XXXIII. TO PART NO MORE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 28 April 1914

ON GOLDEN WINGS (By W. HOWQII Poole.) ?CHAPTER XXXIU. V -TO'PART NO MORE. far above it all. "You see it there. my darling?" "Yes; whoro my father lived, and whore lie died;" .Tlioro were tears in the speaker's eves, tears in her,voice, ami her little hps wore quivering as the carriage ooro her nearer to her homo. "It seemed so like ;i dreaiii," she said, "when you told mo who 1 was, that 1 had a birthright claim. Oh, Arthur, tell me even now thai it ik true." lint he answered gently: - . "You cannot bear it yet, my love; it seems so strange to you."' '?And to think. Arthur, but for mv ? mset-iiig witli Mr. "Westerton I sliuulif nover have known- the truth." i "Ami I.-should still have mourned you as one.dead; your story of your poor travelling companion is 'almost an inc-mliMo one; and if you had not missed the train you would assuredly have perished with her." "Slio was very weak and fell into a faint at Didcott, 1 was obliged l" jewvo tho train to get her somo re freshment. Y'oti ...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 28 April 1914

THEY SAY That last week's rainfall was just what was needed. 'I hat it put the ground in grand con dition foe sowing operation*. That the succeeding bright, sunny days were favorablo to growth of the young grass. That good winter feed should now be assured. That the race club has adopted th* same programme as last year for the Winter meeting-.-653. That the meeting takes place on the King's birthday, 8rd June; That now that eggi ore dear-we almost said "high"-moit of the local "chookies" have struck for shorter hours and batter pay-'tis said they've fotmid a union. That Mary had some little hens Most feminine and queer They laid like smcko when eggs were down But "struck" when they were dear. That the tennis courtB were, opened on Saturday, in lovely tennis weather, and a good afternoon was spent. That it is hoped to have new golf links ready for play shortly. That bread haB riseu-not in the oven, but in price-which means that more "dough" is required for each loaf. That a move is b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 28 April 1914

WHOLESOME DRINK BRACING AND REFRESHING C E. MILLER I " AND CO., I 1 FURNITURE I | REMOVERS AND STORERS. | 1317 COLLINS STREET, MELB. "I'liones-l)27t> Large number Vans constantly ti-nvelliiiif country; wo want bad; : loadinir. Write us. : If railing:, consign to us, Spencer : . v Street^ .and advise. / Stores. Brick, subdivided in siimll ; . ; ;rooms. at current rates. :.-Yans returning from-Wiirrnam : -boolj Mortlake, Tcrang. Ciunper .i;down, Colac, Lismorc,s 'during April. V -Vans returning from Albury, ; : Wodont;a, l>ennlla. Euroa, during April. 'Vans returning from Numurkali, . Jicliiica. I'icoln. Kcichcslor, lien dmo. curly in liny. Back Loading Wanted. PURE AND VERY WHOLESOME. > DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER 335 YEARS, Harrison, San Miguel [ pa OP. LTD., CORK MERCHANTS AND SUPPLY HOUSE )TOR Brewers, Aerated Wafer Manufacturers, Hotel Keepers, wBakers, * I and Refreshment Rooms. I Correspondence invited en All | Articles used in the alwva j trades. I Note Address * 304 ...

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RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 28 April 1914

RAINFALL, _ Following last waek's showers splen- j did falls occurred during the week Almost the entire Stole benefited. The falls were opportune, and will put tile ground in good condition for sowing operations.'beside giving a good start to areas already sown. Tho spring-like days following tho rain will go t loug way toward providing good winter feed. The following U tho record for last week: Sunday ... 25 points Tuesduy ... 40 ,, Wednesday " ... 17 Thursday ... 8 " Friday' 27 Total for the week 117

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VIOLET TOWN AVERAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 28 April 1914

VrOLET TOWN-AVERAGES. The following are llio Violet Tonn Club averages for the 1913 14 season. The batting trophy (Mr Neil's) was won by Dr Davies, the bowling (Mr Har court's) by P. W. Harcoart, and the firBt century trophy (Mr Boulton'e) by T. Saxon, Only tho averages of those who played in five or more rnatches are given : BATTING. Inn- Not Highest Tot'l Aver ings Out Score Duns age.' Br Davies 13 2 T. Saxon 13 2 Wt Rea 9 I H, Maxwell 9 2 R. Lane 8 2 Joe Kelly 9 1 P. Harcourt 12 2 C. Holman 9 0 t Denotes not out S6 272 24 72 112+ 265 24 09 . 27+ 81 10.123 18 83 7.57 24+ 45 7.5 17 59 7.375 22+ 60 6.0 21 45 5 BOWLING. Matches Wickets Runs Average Harcourt 7 19 103' 6.42 Saxon 13 50 399 7.93 Meyer 5 22 ' 206 9 36 Dr Dovios 10 12 129 10.75 Kelly 3 3 39 13 Hancock 2 I 22 22 FIELD,INQ. piitohos-Sixon 8, Lane 8, O. MorriB 0, Holnmn 3. Kolly 4, Dr Davies 4, Harcourt, Fair, Ilea, Mitchell, J. Morris, Maxwell and Meyor2e*ch, Hill, K, Stevenson, Sambcll and Hancock 1 each. '

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VIOLET TQWN—STRATHBOGIE NORTH TELEPHONE. AN EXCESSIVE ESTIMATE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 28 April 1914

VIOLET TQWN-STBATH BOGIE NORTH TELEPHONE. AN EXCESSIVE ESTfMATE At the last meeting of the Violet Town Council the following letter, a copy of. the Deportments' reply to Mr A. B. Crosbie, was forwurdcd by Mr A.O. Palmer, M H.R., who expressed tin opinion that the estimated coit was far in excess of what it should be. Sir,-Adverting to your strong repre sentations relative to a letter from the Shire secretary, Violet Town, regarding the desired establishment of & telephone servico between Violet Town and Strath bogie North via Harry's Creek, Marra weeney,Boho South, I beg to inform you that when the estimate of the coBt of construction of the line* was being pre pared, consideration was giren to an offer by Mr C. Orosbie, of Strathbogi* North, to supply all the required polei at 10/ each, and the financial particulars under these conditions are as follows Cost ot construction ... £523 IS 2 10 per cent on estimated coat of construction ... 62 7 2 Estimated cost of uparatingper...

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GOORAM. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 28 April 1914

GOORAM. Hill, b Cowell ... 14 Souter, not out ^... 7 Goodier, l.b.w Ely ^... 6 Vroland, b Ely ... 6 Noye, b Cowell ... Z D. Meggett, b Cowell ... 2 Nolan, c Turner, b Ely ... 1 McPherson, st Stewart, b Cowell 6 Peony, at Stewart, b Ely ... 0 B. Meggett, ft Stewart, b Ely 3 VV. Sargood, b Cowell ._ 1 Sundries ... 2 Ely, 5 for 31, Cowell, 5 for 1G, EUROA. Ely, o Vroland, b Souter ... 4 Walker, b Soutor ... 0 Stewart, b McPherson ... 0 Cowell, b Souter ... 0' O'Counor Dot out ;.. 49 Stedmaa, b McPherson ...' 1 Nowotna, c Sargood, b McPheraon X ' Turner, run out ~... -11 Auld, c Souter bNolan . 11 Bell, b Nolan .... 11 King, b McKenzie ... 1 Suudriej " ... 5 96 Souter 3 for 25 ; GoodierO for 11J Nolan 2 for 29; McPherson 4 for 26. GOORAM. Vroland, b Cowell ... 10 Hill, b Cowell ... 36 Goodier, cAbld b Ely 22 Souter. c King b Cowell ... 0 D Meggett, b Ely ... 11 Noye, run out ' ... 10 UcPhcraon, b Cowell ... 11 B. Meggett, not out ... 16 Nolan, o Nowotna b Cowell 1 Sargood, c Stewart b C...

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VIOLET TOWN RACE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 28 April 1914

VIOLET TOWN RACE OLUB. A me«ting of the race club was held on Friday last at Morris' Hotel, when there were present: - Messrs T. G. Hoskin (chnir), J. Fowler, Beard, Morris, H. White, Boulton, Anderson, Longton, Unmage, H. Q. Meyer, Saxon, Wiltshire, Sambell, Mitchell and store tary. , The balance-sheet of the summer meeting showing a credit of £20/19/8 was lead and adopted. The secretary explained that though this was not up to the usual result of the summer meet ing, it was nevertheless satisfactory, as the club had thii year made a new de parture in h tiding the meeting on a Saturday. The day had not prpred suitable owing to the difficulty of trans porting horse* at the week-end, this made a difference to the meeting. Th« main receipts were:-Gate £35/17/, booth £24, books £6/15/, entries £14/17/, members tickets £26 odd; The chief item of expenditure was stake money, £80. The totals were: -. Receipts £139/1/2, expenditure £128 1/6. Tho winter programme for the meet ing on 3rd Jun...

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CRICKET. The Challenge Match. EUROA v. GOORAM. EUROA WINS THE PREMIERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 28 April 1914

CRICKET. The Challenge Match. EURO A. v. GOORAM. EUROA "WINS THE PREMIER SHIP. The challenge match between the above teams was finished at Euroa on Monday, when the locals were victori ous with a good margin-being 12 runs in advance of their opponents and having lost only 3 wickets at the call of time.-Scores:

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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 — 28 April 1914

POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS i . ^ . [Where the terln ''The Common* wealth-' is use*/ inconnection with these rateg and-regulatrbns.it includes Papua, Lord iibwe Islahdj and Norfolk Island.] . ^ jJiWrmUB. W-,! For. every J ounce orfraction thereof. For delivery' within ilielCouimoa- i wealth .. .. Oi 1;. For delivery, in the-British .Em- i pirev : . 01. For delivery in the-New Il«brido3, banks, and. 'lories .Islands .. 0 2 For delivery "in other places': . 0 . - l/EITEll CAltDS. For delivery within the Commonwealth: . SiHgiupld. each; repl};, Id. eaeli half. .For deli very, ill tho'Biiti'sh Empire (.see. list of places under "Letters ')--Sin . gi«, Id. each. For delivery in New Hebrides, Ue.nks, "an i Torres Islands ^-Single, 2d. each. Fo'r delivery in other plaoeB- SingU, 2Jd. each. POST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed with tlie Id. stamp, and Reply or double cards, each, half of-which has the Id. Main] impressed thereon, may bo transmitter to places within the Commonwealth, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 28 April 1914

r- ,>Heanie*§ BtoeicMos Core Those who have taken thu medicine are amazed fit its splendid hca! ing. power. Sufferers' froi.i Bronchitis, Cou^h, Croiip, Asthma, Hoarseness, Difficulty of Brec'hing, Pain or. Sorenes3 in the chest, experience delightful and rap d relief, and to those who are subject to Colds on the Chest it is invaluable, as it effects a complete curc. It is most comforting in aiiayi::g Irritation in the Throat and yiving Strength to die Voice, and it neither allows a Cough or Asthma to become chronic nor Consum; tion to develop. Consumption is not known where "Coughs" have, on their first appearance, been properly treated with this mc licine. No house should be without it, as taken at the beginning, a dose or two i3 generally sufficient, and a complete cure is certain. -*Sold by all Chemist 3 and Medicine Vendors. F2 >n r; "?* a wsjJBnissinnrc no usipmnasBSB ansa nnasiBBHPBB (,t£SX£acui<t>uBiiunucs-<iaBaaBE<anDQB)3iiaBBaBnEac...

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Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 28 April 1914

Church Services. Presbyterian-Karramorous 11, Miepoll 3, Violet Town 7.30; Mr Thomas, Church of England- Violet Town 11 Supply; Marraweeney 11, Stony Creek 3, Violet Town 7.30, Ror. P. A. McEachern. Methodist-Violet Town 11, Baddaginnie 7. Mr Fahrmeister ; Boho 3 Mr Welsh ; Violet Town 7*30, Mr. Peacock ; Budria* ginnie 11, Mr P. H. Williams; Karlaton 11 and 7.30, Upotipotpon 3, Rev. Edwards.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 28 April 1914

§: == = Autumn SI)ou>« OP Millinery, Dresses, Coats, Furs, Blouses, Kibbons, Velveteens, and a Splendid Assortment of Trimmings and Neck Wear. We are showing a full Stock of FLANNELS and FLANNELETTES at Reasonable Prices. Also a fine Assortment of FANCY WORK Materials, which are well worth inspection. MISS TOBITT has just returned from Melbourne with the latest ideas in the above, and the display of Dainty Material is well worth a visit. MISS HARD1E has inspected the Latest Fashions in Dressmaking, and will re-open the room about April >lst, and will be pleased if customers will book their orders ahead so as to avoid disappoint ment, Suits to Measure. The new Autumn and Winter Patterns are now to hand, and I will be pleased to receive Orders for same. Every Suit is guaranteed; We are still showing a few Bargains left over from the summer sale, so come along and clear them out. No reasonable offer refused, V ============== -J Mr G. ML Allen Dental Surgeon of Stribling's Buildin...

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THE PRICE OF MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 28 April 1914

THE PRICE OP MEAT. The f'Age," referring to the depu tation on Wednesday last in connection with the liukiag up of the Valley and North-Eastern lines, via Dookie,8nys: Mr P. G. Clarke, M.L.C., declared the country to be verging on a great co operative frozen moat enterprise, remov ing the danger of invasion by nil American meat ring. The Shepparton company had already cclleoted £20,000, and was financially «upported by 800 men. Main Bupport came from the Goulburn Valley, and interest was growing in Western Riverina. Sheppar ton was surrounded by closer settlement areas, chiefly devoted to finit growing, and tho freezing works would be able to supply canning and chilling facilities in that direction. He was further of opinion that meat would coBt 1/- per b. in Melbourne within five months' time; Mr Watt was entirely aympthetic with the deputation's proposition. The only way the evils of centralisation could be minimised was by tho increase of the profits and comforts of the man on th...

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RABBIT POISONING. A NEW CONTRIVANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 28 April 1914

RABBIT POISONING. A NEW CONTRIVANCE. A contrivance which is 'of special interest to farmers at tin's time of the rear has been majde by Mr. T. J. Wilkinson, of Tamleugh, for the pur pose of facilitating poisoning opera tions. He possesses a pollard poison ing cart, but has decided to try the apple system,. He is making use ctf the machine, and has affixed an app-c distrib,u\o: to the back of it. A funnel arrangement contains the cut-up bits o! apple, and at the bottom the space allows of one or two pieces falling at the same time. A wooden rolLer with two nicks, which distributes the bait about 18 inches apart, revoCves on a spindle driven by the main wheel. As the roller revolves and takes with it the sma.ll pieces of tho apples, they are dropped into a chute and placcd in the furrow. This style as yet is only suitable for "free" fcqds, the*."live" bait having to be more' carefully laid by hnjui. The appliance is one' that Mr. .Wi.kinson, is willing to explain and demonstrate. Many...

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DISTRICT NEWS STRATHBOGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 28 April 1914

DISTRICT NEWS fUlOM OUR OWN OOBBESPONDENT STRATHBOGIE. ~We were favored with splendid rain on Saturday week last, steady soaking showors falling duriDg the day, fol lowed by gonial weather. Sowing is being stoodily carried on, and in many canes the crops are well above ground, and should inuke ex cellent winter feed .for. she jp during the lambing season. ..Railway Committee^ A well-attended Committee meeting of the Strathbogie railway league was held laBt week, to make further pre parations for the Standing Committee I understand that several of the Euroa councillors are to be invited to give evidence, as well as councillors of the Violet Town shire.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 28 April 1914

TAKK NO OTHWJ. "For ninb ycaro' I suffered with n liver disorder and tried numerous mediclneb, obtaining very little relief," writes Miss Kather J: Cole?, Major's Creek, N.S.W, After taking Chnmberluin's Tubloia regularly for a fortnight I found 1 \va3 greatly benefited, and now completely restored to hea'tb. My fathor, who is 70, is an invalid and is troubled with constipation, but has obtained the greatest benefit from Chamber laln'a Tablets. Rather than nso any other medicine wo havo often scut into Braidwood, that ia twenty mile's away, for Chamborlaiu's Tablets. Sold by B. Mitchell. BOUGHT A BOTTLE. I had pains in my legs which tho doctor said was rheumatism, writes Mr Robert Cochrane, Builder, Waimiha, N Z, His lotion did me no good and I suffered misery. [ saw a friend luting Home liniment which he told me was Chamberlain's Pain Balm and offered me his bottle 10 try it. It did me so much good that I bought a bottle rny» self ond wqs soon free of all paios, Sold by R, ' ' ' *?...

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AVENEL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 28 April 1914

AVENEL RACES. The Cnp meeting of the Avenel Tnrf Club took place on Tuesday Inst, when on account of the threatening weather the attendance was not so large as usual. The racing was intereBtiug, and resulted as follows: Hurdle Race-Mrs Morrow's Euba long, 9.0 (JPage) 1; Ancona Boy 2; Sutarua 3. Only starters. Trial-T. P. Cahill's Lord Bale, 8.0 (Redfern) 1; Gmilburn Queen 2, Loom bex 3. Ben's Daisy also started. Won by a neck, 2 to 1 on Loombex, 2 to 1 Lord Dale, 15 to 1 Ben's Daisy, 25 to 1 Goulburn Queen. Avenel Cup, of 100 aovs., 1J miles D. Williams' Lady Skopos, 8.8 (Hnysted) 1; Lord Grey 2; Cains 3. to 1 Lord Grey, 5 to 2 Nightwalk, 2 to 1 Cains, 10 to 1 Lady Skopos . Pony Race-W. Wilson's Little Jack, 8.10 (Leek) 1; Sliss Kathleen 2. Eight starters. Won easily. 2 to 1 Little Jack, i to 1 Miss Kathleen, Purse-A. Duncan's Irherst. 8.13 (Duncan) 1; Svon Hodin 2. Won by half-a-head. 6 to 4 Sir Fife, 2 to 1 Irherst, 6 to 1 Anchorage, 10 to 1 Sven Hedin. Plate-J. Taylor's Oaius, 9....

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