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NORTH-EASTERN RACING CLUBS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 28 April 1914

NORTH-EASTERN RACING CLUBS ASSOCIATION. A conference of delegates represent ing racing clubs in the Noith-Eastern district was held at the Council Club Hotel, Wangaratta, on Saturday last, . to consider the proposal for the for mation of a racing association. The conference was convened by the Wan garatta Turf Club, and the following clubs w.ere represented:-Beech worth, Chiltern, Dookie, Moyhu, Rutherglen, St. James, Springhurst, Wangaratta, Wodonga, Whorouly, ' Tarrawonga, and Ynrrawonga St. Patrick's Club. Correspondence was read from several club approving of suggestions. Forty one clubs were circularised, and only two replied disapproving of the pro posal. Leo Maxwell, of Wangaratta, who presided, explained that the main objects of the association would be the appointment and supervision of handi cappers, stipendiary stewards, and the registration, subject to endorsement by the V .R. C., of the dates on which race meetings may be held by affiliate J clubs.- It vras stated that ...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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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.") A CORRECTION [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 28 April 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. (We do nob bold onrselvea responsible for """-nor necessarily endorse opinions expressed by oar correspondents.) (To the Editor of the "Sentinel.") A CORRECTION Sir,-In reporting the discussion that took plice at the last meeting of the Violet Town Shire Council, with refer ence to the engineer, you hare reported m« a« saying that "They could consider the Bright Shire as private practice" this should read "We could not possibly construe the Bright appointment as mirate cractice. By inserting this coirection you will oblige. YourB etc. JOHNSTON WILSON. Springvnle 27/4/14. (The mistake referred to arose from tha omission of the word ' 'not" in the compoiition of the report. -Ed. )

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

SHIRE ENGINEER. At the meeting of the Bright Shire Oon noil on Tuesday, 7th April, Mr H. Crowther who was appointed secretary and .ngineer at the March meeting, wrote informing the council that the council pf the Shire of Vinlet Town wae adverse to his acceptance of the position of secretary temporarily. In the meantime, uutil the council met, and with the approval of the president, whom ho had consulted in the matter, the dnties of secretary would be carried out by Mr Delanay. He re gretted that he was unable to accept the position.-In reply to a councillor Mr Orowther stated that he would be pre pared to accept the position of ongineer only.-Or Brogan movad that...Mr Crowther be appointed engineer at tt salary of £210 per annnm;-Cr H. Wallace, in seconding'motion, said he had always favored a separate appoint ment.-Cr Abraham supported the motion. He believed that the council would greatly benefit by this appoint ment, as Mr Orowther had shown a great amount of energy in carrying ...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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HOME MISSIONARY RETIRES ACTIVE FOR FIFTY YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 28 April 1914

HOME MISSIONARY RETIRES ACTIVE FOR FIFTY YEARS. After a buny career of ovor 50 years ai a preacher,'Mr P. R. Wilks, of Morwell, Gippsland, was on Wednesday ovening, presented with a purse of sovereign a by bis congregation of the Methcdiat Church on tho ere of hia re tirement. A native of Bradford, in-Yorkshire, .Mr Wilks has had a career out of tho beaten track. As a child of eight years he rOBe at five in tho morning to start WOlk in a factory and after doing what Would now be considered almost a day's work, attended school in the afternoon. He educated himself in the face of almost insuperable difficulties. It took him three months to save enough money to bny liis'first dictionary. Fifty-thrca years ago Mr Wilks first preached, and 18 years ago he began work in' Victoria as a home missionary for iho Primitive Methodist Church. Later'on, when Method st federation pan)a about ho was taken over by the Methodist Churpb. tho north-eastern portion of Vic tpriihis name is familiar as a ...

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A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE. How Some Secured Success. "Become a Patentee." [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 28 April 1914

A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE. How Some Sccurcd Success. "Become a Patentee." 1. Cultivate and pcrfcct your ideas as ..to improvements and inveutious. Experiment* The world is eager for something new, which, however sim ple it may be, will save labor, or ex pense, or do things better. Let it be more convenient, or jVomote pleasure or safety, or do away with faults, or reduce waste. The person who yets public opinion ' of such an invention is on the "Toad to wealth. lie will cease to be a servant; he becomes a proprietor. .. ? People who handle things in every day use are the natural inventors of better things, and the natural capital ists of to-morrow. «. .Study the subject of patenting, ftead the splendid advice that Edison gives. Learn tile procedure as to pa tenting in the chicf countries,-then secure your own legal monopoly for your rights 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' pate...

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

TENNIS. The opening of the local tennis courts took place'on Friday last ia ideal . weather.. The courts were in tip-top ozder, and, the form shown by most of the players was good, considering the . long spell of inactivity as far as tenniB is concerned. In the absence of the president, Mr.E. Slee, the courts were declared open by vice-president Har court, who said that he hoped to see many enjoyable games played there daring the season, and that the players would make best use of the courts. They also hoped to have a new golf course laid down in time for this sea son, so that those who desired to play golf could do BO. Afternoon tea' was provided by the ladies, and with a good number of interesting sets at tennis, a most enjoyable afternoon was spent

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WOMAN CONDEMNS SMOKING. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 5 May 1914

WOMAN CONDEMNS SMOKING. '*! haven't nun-h patience with the people who object to smoking, because it is ' unladylike,'* '' (say* a London writer.) '* Cycling l'or women was 'unladylike' not very long ago; .so was tin* wearing of taiiormade coats and ^k:rt^! J-'or a gnod many years, the 'niee girl' never waltzed. She oal.v danced }»(»!!.:;s. ipuidrilles, and m> on, and left walt/.ing to the ];ind of peo ple who diii bunny hugs and turkey trots a season or two back. What you irall 'unladylike' really depends very much on tin- year in which you were hui ii. " The writer then goes on to state, her real reason for disliking smoking, because when strong men wish to g«»t into the pink of condition-boxers, foot balleis. and forth-they nearly always gi-ve up smoking. *'\Vel., 1 think they ought to know what they are doing. J think that a habit whichr, confesselv, doesn't help to build up the organism of a football champion is more lhan likely to do j downright harm to the infinitely moro ...

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IS ROMANCE POSSIBLE NOW? [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 5 May 1914

IS ROMANCE POSSIBLE NOW? . Miss K. Tenuvscjn Jesse, the author of "The-Milky Way,'.' a novel much read in Eugland just now, gave an answer to an interviewer, the answer of the best type of modern woman, denying that, romance should be con fined uierely to love in its narrow sense. "Why/' said she, 4'surely this country that has produced flyiug is rs romantic as any there has been." But the interviewer persisted in regarding the word as /irmly Jinked with 'Move." Honianee, as implying glamour, how ever, Miss Jessie hates. ' ' . .. ."Glamour- admits no faults. It -is illusion. It idealises it man, aud when the fact is realised that there are heaps of shortcomings in him io^o Hies, for it was given to somebody who never existed. "The twentieth century is.analytical and not romantic in love/' continued Miss Tennyson Jesse, and a good thing, too. It saves itself so many blunders and so much pain. J wish the pronap tial period were made les;i of in a girl 's miml by her elders than it is....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 5 May 1914

A PLEASING " NIGHT CAP" flDLFES SCHNAPPb WITH j RARM MILK | AND CO., H I FURNITURE I J REMOVERS AND STORERS. | 317 COLLINS STREET, MELB. Tliones-U278-9279. Large number Vans constantly ' travelling country; wo want back loading./ ' Writo; «s.^ If railing, consign to us, Spencer ; Street; and advise. Stores, Brielcj-siibdivided iii_siu;ill.. rooms at current rates. : Vans rotiu-miig: i'rom .Warrnam bool, llortlnkc, Toning, Camper- ' . down,- Colac, Lismore, i .during April. . Vans ^returning ijrom 'Albury, Wodouga, Denalla, Euroa, during April. Vans returning from Numurkali, Eclniea. Pinoln, Rochester, Ben ditro, early in May. Back Loading Wanted. . rftor. LTD., CORK MERCHANTS, AND SUPPLY HOUSE FOR Brewers, Aerated Water Manufacturers, Hotel Keepers, Bakers; anil Refreshment Rooms. Correspondence invited on All Articles used in the above trades. Nolo Address 304 FLINDERS STREET, MELBOURNE. Beautiful Sieliion Shell Collars **-^vT3Sf>Vi?; fen»nce eo »ithar \ 1<cHt >V» ...

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Violet Town Race Club. WINTER MEETING. WEDNESDAY, JUNE [?], 1914. Officials. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 5 May 1914

Violet Tovvn Race WINTER MEETIHG. WEDKSSr-i-Y, JUI?2 ?xa, 1SU. Officials. PwJsat, Kr. T. G. Hernia; psxjdsits, Mm-vs H. G. Kpysf aod'A.. C. 'r.jv.^e, Mr. ?. Beg;:; stiller, I. Fr-'.rr; clcits of bc-Jcj, iir. i\ .V/'";?--'? fc.V:£;2ppe?, Kr. S?. Bill; clssk of e-:-:?, L?j. H. White; ttw'.-ta-sr, H. ?. -WaUaca; timekeeper, I!-. ". L«»; "'?Tsrd5, Kss?:': CxitlT, FcwhV. Ram:20, A. Crc^ rd, Hnderrrcsd, -Bead, D. KcXenzie, R. \Y. SrrnbeU end <?'.z. ten; commilteo, Mesrrs McC! sec, Corp, nder-C), W. "hita and Boulton; pon icr-Tu:cre, M;--3 Bsf.rd, Ur.r'irnood, Ilo:vin, W. :» end I.IcY-ntK Haw Srt:° Picino Tr-.sb clc*r to TcT7B?>lp. PROGRAMS ;3: M/.IDEK KURDLS X*C3,' £19., 2 lEiics; £" out of chv? {5 xo to tccoud horrs. Horn. 5/; tzs. 5/. PLATE. . 5 fKrlcags, £7. T77.tr; CI. WIET3R. flArrDIOA?; £12, On: s»iK ' c!. r.ss headicr-p, hurd!: inoluded, sftc'r fiislira tioa of rcairhV! to carry «f ?!u; t-o or uw :"ch r;ca:, 101b, Noaa. 6/S t::, 5/. TRIAL HA1TDT3AP. £7. For horcss th-...

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ONCE MORE DUAL-PURPOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 5 May 1914

| ONCE MORE DUAL-PURPOSE. The dual-purpose ghost will not down, and yet for all its bobbing up lioro and there and gibbering, it is nothing more than a ghost. It is a half-way propo; sition where none but half-way dairy ?farmers will care to stop and loso time aiifl money. A recent number of the "Texas Stockman and-Farmer" con tains a contribution from Mr. B. 0. Cowan, in which the author contro verts some of the statements and reas oning made by "Hoard's Dairyman" in one of its recent utterances upon this subject. Most of Mr. Cowan's article is1 a re-hasli of ancient history, but he occasionally makes -a concreto state ment. Like all other advocates of this delusion, he completely iguores the two .basic . objections to tho theory:-(1) That it is n subversion of true breed ing principles to attempt to unite pro fitably two such opposing tempera ments as the milk temperament and tno beef temperament; (2) that the x'lodue tion of such cattle is uneconomic, so far at least as tho dairy...

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ON GOLDEN WINGS CHAPTER XXXIII (continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 5 May 1914

ON GOLDEN WINGS iBy W. Howell Pock.) CHAPTER XXX1I1 (continued.) She drew aside some heavy curtains, and. found herself in the largest room of all.- The'walls were furnished with (juaint old pictures, which arrested her attention. "My ancestors," she thought; "how merciless and sanguinary they look!" JIany of the faces seemed to follow Visr, some smilingly, some reprovingly, from whatever position she regarded them. As she proceeded down tho room, . her eyes still fixed upon the walls, tliu heavy breastplate and helmet of tho menj the Elizabethian costume of the women, gave place to the more modern toilette. .. . .. , She stopped -before u picture, last but one. - .'"My father-how noble lie looks, how good, how manly and erect his bearing I" ; She approached to read the inscrip tion engraved on a..silver plate beneath it: "Fiat justitia ruat coelum." .She approaohed another painting, last of alf, and a low cry, as of recog nition, broke from her half-parted lips. "My mother 1" She c...

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Violet Town Sent[?] Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESDAY, 5TH MAY, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 5 May 1914

Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESDAY, 5TII MA.T, 1914 A "EBAVY" DAT.-The hearing oi the various cases et tho Police Court on Tuesday last occupied sevcn-snd-a-hall hours. Beeidss the two caaaa reported elsewhere, several debt cases were dealt with. RACE COBESS PADDOCK.-The right to graze the race-coarse paddock (sheep only) for six months, was sold at Stribling's stock sale on Friday la6t, Mr W. Lane being the purchaser at the figure.of £20. A LABO* CANDIDATE.-It is stated that Cr. D. W. Nagle, of Miepoll, has cocinted to Bubmit his name ns a can di«te ia 4hi Labor interest for the Wftranga Reat at the next State elections. EOHDOA SEAT.-MrE. F. S. England who contested the Echuca ceat at the las* Federal election, has, according to the Kiltpore "Advertiser," announced hia intention of being & caudidato again nt th<5 sext election. A etraight-out withi no Laborite in tho field is anticipated, COKVALKCCEKT.-Wo fire pleased to aote that Gr. G. E. Henderson has alm...

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ALLEGED LARCENY. ACCUSED COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 5 May 1914

ALLEGED LARCENY. ACCUSED COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. ' On Tueaday last at Yiolot Tovn court, before Mr. J. W. Beaven, P.M., Ciiristab'o Carter charged James Edward Waugh with having between April 18th and 22nd. stolen from the dwelling "£ A. C- Morris, (the Railway Hotel, Violet Town),£ 8 10/., thq pro perty of John FranciB Tully. Detect ive Sallivan prosecuted and Mr. D. J. Connell, of Wangaratta. appeared for the defence. The informant, John Francis Tully, porter on the railways at VioletjTown, said ho |>ud known f.ccnsed at Ruthe? glsn. They had occupied the same bedroom at Moni*' hotel. Both had a bo: in the room-tin trunks. His WG0 alwayn locked, and kept the key in his pocket on chain (as shown). . Noticed along time ago accused kopt his key in his pockot. There was two locks on Eccusod'o box. On 19th of this month was in his bedroom abo'jt 10 p.m. Had occasion to open hie (vritness) bo:. Had £9 10/ in a tin bos. Took money out in presence of- sceuced. After taking out £1, put tho...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 5 May 1914

THEY SAY That our tennis players met with dis appointment on Saturday, when /they journoyed to Riggs' Greek. ' That "someone bad blundorad" o« re gards dates,and there was no home team to meet them. Tint a halt was made ct the school, but only two locals put in an appearance and an additional two miles to Chanter's court was undertaken. ? That no team was there, either, and steps were retraced to th» school, where some of the locals were then , practising. That, learning the position, tlig local folk, with their usual hospitulity, pro Tided afternoon tea,and several enjoyable sett wore played by the remaining visi tors . That Gallee Maid, who won tho Trial ot the last V\T. meeting, won the Plato of 250 COTS., at Richmond on Suturday, starting at 20 to 1. That Miss Stone (El. Lane) ocorsd a win at Nagambio on Monday lest. The eiitwhile V.T. horse, Umadda, tho had * win. That the footballers hire at last got r. more ou, and praetici wai indulged in on Saturday* That a match is on with...

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MEAT 1/ PER FOUND [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 5 May 1914

MEAT V TER FOUND; Surprise was expressed by stock Agents' and pasforalists in Melbourne on Saturday At tho statement of Mr. Frank Clarko, M.L.C., that meat soon wquld be Is a pound in Melbourne. |Tho opinion expressed by those . in tho stock trado was that meat cauld not go boyond 9d a lh(, or 10.d at tho ~c&itslao.' Evch- these prioea, it wno pointod out, would probably, not ho maintained if good seasons prevailed. Discussing tiie probabilities of Mr. 'Clarke's propheoy being fulfilled, a well-known stock agent said :-"I do fnc/t see .how tho prico ot moat can ever reach Is a lb. If it did roach |tha1/ '.figure, it would not pay ex porters to send meat out of tho country. ;It \vo(uld oven pay; them to bring jt back, as was done with butter some 18 months ago. Prices of buttor were ddwn again within two months. There Iwill bo no material alteration in tho Londtfn markets, because meat is im ported from all over tho world, and consequently there is always a good supply. Such ...

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PERFUMES NO LONGER CONDEMNED. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 5 May 1914

PERFUMES NO LONGER CONDEMNED. A lluinc authority states that per fumes are j 10 longer considered con demned as effeminate. Bath crystals are aiuon,^ the more popular forms of perfume, as ihev are refreshing aud also sol'teu the water. J'uhii*' taste now shows a strong ten dency towards t lie mysterious scent, so that this old simple scents like violet, rose, and lily uf the valley are giving way to perfumes composed of perhaps as many a-> iii'ty diiVereut ingredients -perfumes, for iustance, like tthem-ol is'essini. There is as much harmony and discord in perfumery as in music, Harmony in the toilet can only be achieved by tlin use of the same per fume throughout, while, in the malt ing of composite perfumes, tho smallest grain too much or too little of any ingredient will cause as much discord as' when a pianist plays a wrong note. C), what were dues without tho stars 0, what were earth without the How era? And what- wero life without tho love of friends? -AVoatboricy.

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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 — 5 May 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. (We do Dot hold ourselves responsible for nor necessarily endorse opinions expressed by our correspondents.) (To tho Editor of the'"Sentinel.") Sir,-I aee the Council is up against trouble again with the engineer. If the engineer can do tho work of two shires so faT apart, bow will the Minister of Public Works take this matter up when the amal^a* raation of shire* coracs on again. He is bound to have Violet Town shire cut up at once« Th/a engineer is, apparently, out to make money every time, as one way and another ho can make £400 a year at Violet Town. If Cr Wilson had any ana to back him up thiuRs would have been fixed up at last council meeting. Tfcen when coun cillors say the engineer haa a richt to get private practice! what then? Is not £400 a year too much for tho work done here} I see wo are saddled with a A1200 overdraft. If a smart man went through the books and balance-sheet, he would see that a lot of the overdraft is rates wasted through the methods of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 5 May 1914

HCNESTLY RKCOMMISNDED. "To unyono suffering from diarrhooa I can honoatly recommoud Chamberlain's Colic aud Uiarthoeft Remedy aa being the moat satisfactory remedy on the market," writes Mr C, C. llooper, Wakefield, N.Z. "I have tried ull sorta ofmcdicinea but have found nothing equal to Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea JRamedy." Sold by R; Uitchell, ?>-" 3 Vc~i '::s' 2-ii Wc'-'titttcj j'frcsa 10/6, I?/?, hzc^z ~~i from 6;S, C/0 r:" J; '10/5: h'jfc-gv.d"; Bocia :~d Show ia tv>»ht6ai.vsha^s3. Cco J"d L>oci-~ frcr- G76 ;""-8/S' sad 10/6: 81$pp;rs er.2 Ofci!d":?'iT3aots ia,«rreat Ti-.-v ai-yogr .c-na'prUtfMfosi 1711 infi 2/11. Juafe .LSfr'dO?, * B0TTC3T AJBQTTLE.' I bad piic? in. nj.y b^.rrhich tho doctor "?.d v;?z rheumatism, ^riHs Mr "Robert Copbrrr.s, Builder, Waimiba, K.Z, Hia lotion di£ n?s no £*ood zv.d Isuffered misery. I saw g frfed u^sg'some linimont *vhich he told :re r-*a; ChamborlrJa'-- Pain Balm rrd of-arwi via hi? bottlo to try it. It did so much good that X bou...

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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 5 May 1914

.{ . HOUSEHOLD HINTS. A.curii for ants; of ill kinds, cock roaciies, ainl any othori peats that' in vade the panty, j is /green walnuts. Place in the closets, clipboards, or any place where they arc likely to be. The cure is ollectual and jilie remedy cloan. ?When you clean tiio ebony brushes on your toilet table,| rub a little vase line over the backs) before you wash the bristles, as this prevents the soda or ammonia in tlio- water from injuring the ebony. The .Jvaselino should after wards be removed- bv polishing the backs with a dry cloth. To clean much.-soiled hands do not go to work- roughly with brush and soda water, but loosen tho dirt by rubbing the hands well with sweet oil, or even lard or dripping/ Then wipe off the grease as much as possible with a piece of soft jjaper or old rag, and wash the hands with warm water and soap. To make toast on a gas-ring, get a small round of- wire gauze and place over the ring. It- will get red hot, p.nd bread can be toasted with a fork ...

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