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STRATHBOGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 5 May 1914
STRATHBOGIE. Miss Heafey has been appointed \la tlio Strathbogio township school, and took up hor duties alter the Easter holidays, Tlie Strathbogie butler factoiy cream supply lias fallen off'' during Hie past month or two, owing to tbo prolonged dry weather, and tho steady exit ol dairymen, with a view: to sheep-farm ing. Tho high prico of sheep will, however, causo a halt to |)U mado, aa it irequires a great deal oJ capital. From all points. enquiries are being mado for Slrathliogie butter, which luis always - been of high quality, lowing ta tho freshness of croam, .which can always bo depended .on. In common with nearly . all . tbo State, the potato crop hero will bo very light,, tlie lateness of tho rain fall boms the cause. Even' in pucli favored districts as Bungareo ? the crop has been almost a total failure. Tltis maims dear pplatoes and poor quality at that. ' . A much-neoded improvement has Jieeri mado to tho Strathbogio fiost otiice; viz, a telephono box. Tlio im proveme...
MELBOURNE BUTTER MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 5 May 1914
A most ezlracrd'Tvry str.fo of affairs exists ia Melbo'in-e belter maikiet at UlD DrC£C!lt limo. A gocx} season in N.S.VV. and coupled ii !>. dry season :'n Victoria, has led to tho importation i:\tn Victoria oi enor rcp quantities cf butter Iron the r.orf>&lt;°ra Stn'es. Its quality, moreover, ia- inferior only to tho choicest brands Pir-t ,Y;iV>ria nryhrevs, asA a" it is r3>r« ojired f* ifca v.'holona'.a marVct at r-1 to Zi. per lb. loss, than the price dcr_-rvM for Tistay.-J?. batter, it is bo'>3- disposed of wilt out di!f>culty. Ek?. £3 ear. be dis f'sc;8 ''«f' ?"7U>ing lite the sr.n;g a: J. die';-:i?'y fefctir: ia qaaliSy, "8Tr-ar»5---n;!y -r.rs fi gl-l upon the :ii .can-ss }we been ?ZZ' cr;1- - " st-:i? Mir.n put, intccool .!fcKri3.^'-'PS"^ Cl yi&csKS. The po .siJi'ffl.'- Spur !b9SS^9: j;*?- n.:v*?, and will proIn.-.,l/- icA!i,ia tr> climatic ra ^s.-scs-iii trfl.' norih csi cli" supplies. .-T:i pulyrV-cfeian w- compart « .£«* which Is sw...
A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE. How Some Secured Success. "Become a Patentee." [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 5 May 1914
A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE. How Some Sccurocl Succcss. '.Bccomo a Patcntoo." 1. Cultivate ami perfect your ideas' as to improvements anil inventions, Experiment. The world is eagor for something new, which, however sim ple it may be, will save labor, or ex pense, or ilu tiling* butter. Lot it be more convenient, or . promoto plcasuro or safety, or do away with faults, or rodneo waste. The "porson who gets public opinion of such au invention is on the road to wealth. Ho will eeaso to be a servant; he "becomes a proprietor. V Poople who liahillo things in every day use are the1 natural invontors of better things, and tlio natural capital ists of to-morrow. 2: Study the subject of patenting, liead tlie splendid advico that Edison gives." " Learn the proceduro as to pa tenting w in . the chief countries,-then 'sectiro your: own legal monopoly for your rights by becoming a patentee. 3. If that workman or foreman, or your ingenious friend lias produced a clever invention, put him on the trac...
ALL ABOUT SOME HONEY THE SHIRE, INSPECTOR CHARGED WITH THEFT. CASE DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 5 May 1914
ALL ABOUT SOME HONEY THE SHIRE, INSPECTOR , CHARGED WITH THEFT. CASE DISMISSED. At the Violet Town Police Court on Tueeday last, bsfore Mr J. W. B«nren,' P.M., William. J. Sambsll,; sliiro -in spector, nt); elmrged with feloiiioualy stealing and carrying away about SOlbi of honey, the property of Henry Curtis Miliar, and Jumos Hood McLellan. Dattctiro Sullivan prosecuted, and Mr Fraser appeared for tho defenss,' A great deal of interest vrto tr.hoi in case, and:the . seating accomodation of the court was well filial. . James Hood iicLcnnan,. laborer, residing at Yiolot Town, c:id' ua tiareh 19tb ho 7,'aa cutti"j voce ct Davis', Gowangirdie, -i'.h Ma rrta H»rry Miller. Ho kuor? t';; def'.r.'l-at well. Defendant .".loo Iskct? ind hie cntnp. On the 18th aad 19t- Jaoiiih they bad honey it tho cacap, eoHcctc.l from trees in the district by iiirajsif fmci mate. The koLsy *,»n: bsrjiag oa s | otick at tho camp otrsir.ky !":io o kero sene liu. The .stick vss cluck iu . the waggonette, and b...
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 — 5 May 1914
POSTAL HATES AMD REGULATIONS [Whero the term ,4TJie. Coiunioii- j wealth" is used in connection-with these rates and regulations it includes Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. . - . ; : For every J ounce or fraction thereof/ For delivery within the Common-; wealth .. .. .. .. 1 For delivery in the British JSm-. pire .. .. .. v .. 0 \ For delivery in the New Hebrides, Bauks, and Torres Islands . 0^ 2 For delivery in other piaces ., .. 0 2i LETTER CAltDS. For delivery within the Commonwealth : Sinme, id. each; reply, Id; each half. For delivery iu the Biitish Empire (see list of places under "-Letters") Sin gle, Id. each. For delivery in New Hebrides, Banks. and Torres Islands--Siugie, 2d. &lt;-acb. For delivery in other places- Sm^lo, i\d. each. POST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed with Hit Id. stamp, and Roply or double c.irds. each half of which has the Id. impressed thereon, may be trar.smiiK-J to places within the Commonwealth. aj!'> to tiioco places, en...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 5 May 1914
RC3UStaHaHHB«BH»»OS»BBBnnBBnBnBBBHHaEnBnDKaHaSn«l3ftHRRBK cs.-;nia?!aEMKnBEai3niJE0 3HBUBHBHiaHnBBHBKnHanE!&lt;aEnaHas£iijianaia aa ~ IjlMJ'/sr&k/Srfo.li HIHTB,a ssa ** - - - - - - Rfl B9 Grain Skius Tallow Bark Leather Brokers Agency Co. Ltd. At! proceeds arc held In truot. Each owner's conttfan nicnt is stored by itself and can be inspected any time up to date of sole. Wool Sales Every Tuesday. Grain Every Wefeiiay Other Produce Three Titties u Weets Liberal Advances Made BcCttcr Shipments Undertaken on Owner's Account . Three Month's Free Storage .on nil Grain recelvca Into Store from 1st December to Slot March, niter -which one month allnuvd. aeral Agents-Victoria, Riverina and Queensland for Cooper's Sheep Dip. of Agents in Victoria & Queensland for the Palatine Inonronce Co., Officcs: Collins end King Streets, Melbourne, H. HeNSHKLL chemist, Euroa. DESIRES to inform the public that the Greatest Rolianoe can be placed su the PURITY and FRESHNESS of his S...
[?] Services. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 5 May 1914
'??'r rzh. P;?ricc3. ..F-rcsb^lttiRn.-Violet Town 11 and 7.30f 3U=7 Creel: 3, Mr Tfaom&D. Methodist -Violet Toxro 11, Bofco 3, VloUt AOTrn 7.30, Rat. Edwards ; Baddrv* g,cr"e *1, Kf. Pofccoch ; Karlaton 3, Mr o. Wall ; Baddaginnie,Supnly; Upotipotpon Church o? Kcgland - Violet Towa 11 a^d fZl, fiioglonemby 3, Rot. D. A. McEachcrn,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 5 May 1914
Autumn SDoux OF Millinery, Dresses, Coats, Furs, Blouses, Ttibbons, Velveteens, and a . Splendid Assortment of Trimmings and Neck Wear. |' We are showing a full Stock ol JT-JQAWNELS 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 HARDIE has inspected the Latest Fashions '? in Dressmaking, and will re-open the room about April 1st, and will be pleased if customers will bcok their orders ahead so as to avoid disappoint ment, The new Autumn and "Winter Patterns are, . now to hand, and I will be pleased to receive Orders for same. Every. Suit is guaranteed: Suits to Measure. W e are still showing a few Bargains left over from the summer sale, so come along and clear them out. No reasonable offer refused, J. BLACKIE, CHEMIST; EUROA; HORSE & CATTLE MEDICINES BLA OKIE'S...
ON GOLDEN WINGS CHAPTER XXXIV. "MY TALE IS TOLD." [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 12 May 1914
ON GOLDEN WINGS iBj W. HowoIJ Poola.) CHAPTER XXXIV. "MY TALE IS TOLD." Oho link restored, no reunite . Tho long-lust, broken chain. It was nearly midnight era Era, parting from Arthur, who had returned from Durham much later than ho ex-' pec ted, retired to her own room, but with tho joyful hope- that thor would be littlo dilliculty iri pstahlisliing her, 'Sho had' tiou nothing" to him of her- interview lvjth Alioe, and as slio lay in her moth er's room dreaming; idly-' of; a &lt; future whioh only a few days ago seemed hopeless and dreary, hor mind reverted to thoso mornings, when she pursued her way in Bagley Wood, with Arthur by her side, plucking sweet wild flow ers, and placing them idly in her hat; and ithen, when Jio had left her, and . tho old man died-for her sweetest thoughts wore not without much --bit .ternes. But thorouglily fatigued at last, her wandermg mind forsook her altogether, and she tell into the freshness of the land of droams. It was bitterness. Tho ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 12 May 1914
EXACTLY T HE TIME is a comfort to the aged MOVING PICTURES/ The Pocket Cincinatrtgr«[i!i? catiwriA crt.it fun. PowtiJul n:a^ui(ying; M . ^ i\ teases enlarge the prtuy pic-\ yJ ; 1 tares until the observer' views >. ]&/,,*'. ibem with wonder. He turn* lh« button "to Dike the figure wort," »nd li Tirtled by the "duiolvinj; view," receiving ? IN STUDYING YOUR DRESS, STUDY YOXIR POCKET TOO I I ! Don't. Pay Highor Prices for Suits n Bettor than Mine! I ileal striotly for Cash, con sequently I liavo no bud debts for which you have to pay. I import all my materials direct from the mnnufaoturer, and make Suits on my own premises. 1 can give you a large assortment of shades to choose from in fancy designs and the very latest Indigo D y tweeds, worst eds, Vicunas, Tivuls, and the famous Geelonp Serge -- SAC SUIT TO MEASURE. 35/ A largo assort ment of Ovor coatings to chooso from at this same price. Patterns, Tape and S.M. Form fent to any ad dress, Post Free. W. H. BRUCE, THE PEOPL...
DISTRICT NEWS STRATHBOGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 12 May 1914
DISTRICT NEWS I * rpItGM OUHOW.S COWIK8PONDKNT STHATIIB0G1E. The Department d .Agriculture is sending one Of their experts to lec ture here on potato growing on Fri day. That potatoes can bo success fully grown heie, with fair seasons, .lias been proved beyond a doubt, but, unfortunately, very often the rain fails at a critical time.
Euroa District Football Association. Annual Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 12 May 1914
Euroa District Football Association. Annual Meeting. The nnnual meeting of the Euroa District Football Association was held at Carkeek's hotel on Wednesday l&lt;\st, when the president, Mr A. H. Carkeek, occupied the chair, and the following delegates were present: Messrs A. McPhee and H. .laoka (Georarn) ; 1J. J. Cummins and A. l)own (Long ivoofi); W. Fair ami Wiltshire (Violet Town) , K. Gordon and P. Walker (Balmaitutn). Gillard and Harding (Moglonemby) ; A. Bel! and A. Y. Riddle (Euroa Imperials) j Strath u-^ie ws's not represented but notified intention of joining. The balance-sheet, showing a credit of 8/10 was road and aioptc-d. It was decided to reform the asso ciation and admit the new clubs. A deputation, consisting of Messrs Piatt and O'Connor, attended and asked that when the rules were being framed provision be made to tnable district players to play with the hue team on the days when byes occurred. The election of office-bearers re sulted as follows : -Presiden...
Violet Town Race Club. WINTER MEETING. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3RD, 1914. Officials. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 12 May 1914
Violet Town Race Club. WINTER MEETING. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3iu», 1914. Officials. President, Mr. T. G. 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 o! course, Mr. II. White ; treasurer, Mr. F. Wallace; timekeeper, Mr. W. Lane; stewards, Messrs Crilly, Forshaw, W. Ramage, A. Croxford, Underwood, Deard, D. McKcnzie, R. Mitchell, W. Sambell and Geo. Long ton; committee, Messrs McShane, Corp, Anderson, W. White and Boulton; pony measmers, Messrs Beard, Underwood, Hoskin, W. .Ramage and McKeuzie. New Grass Racing Track close to Township. PROGRAMME: MAIDEN HURDLE RAGE, £12, 2 miles; .£2 out of stake to go to second horse. Nom. of; acc. 5/. MAIDEN PLATE. w.F.a , 5 furlongs, £7. Entry 6/. WINTER HANDICAP; £12. One mile. Winner of any handicap, hurdle included, after dcclpra tion of weights to carry ponalty of 71b; two or more such races, lOib, Nom. 5/; acc, 5/. TRIAL H...
MOGLONEMBY. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 12 May 1914
MOti I.ON'EMRY. A minor is being circulated that (there is a probability of forming a club to take j-:irt in tho winter pas time-football-unci to join the Etiroa District association. A meeting is t.o be held in the Kigg's Creek State school on Saturday next, to discuss the matter. All those who are interest ed in football and anxious to see the district represented in tho E.D.A. are cordially invited to attend.. A quiet little wedding was celebrated at tho residence of 'Mr. F.. Newton, "Citronella," on Thursday last, when Ifiss A. Newton and Mr. T. Doolan, of Melbourne, were joined in the holy bonds of matrimony. On Wednesday next, 13th May, a grand ball is lo be held in the Hall. Ciood music (I understand) is (o he provided, and supplemented by a good ilqor, a most enjoyable evening should bo spent. The proceeds aro in aid &lt;ji tho ^otcal .cycl^cj .club, ,
Violet Town Sentinel Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESDAY, 12TH MAY, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 12 May 1914
Violet Coiuii Sentinel Published Every Tuesday Morning . TUESDAY, 12m MAT, 1014 j HELD OVER.-Reports of Presby torian church annual meeting and other items, including interesting discussions at yesterday's Council meetiug. HIDING ACCIDENT.-A sorious ac cident occurred in CowBlip Bt. yester day afternoon, when Mr. J. Field, was eoverely injured Mr, Field was riding along near tuo post office when hia Uorae tcok fright at a train and reared right back, falling on Mr. Field and eeveroy crushing him Mr. Field was taken to Morris' Hotel and medi cal aid sought, whoa it was found he had been injured about tho back and kidnoya, LANTEUH IIKCturr.-Mr G. Sweot of tho Ago office,will deliver his interest ing lecture '"How n great Nowepapor is published," nt tha Mechanics' on Wednesday, 20th May. A.W.N.L.-Tho local branch'held a meeling 011 Wednesday last, when there was u good attendance. At the con clusion of of oilier business, it was de cide 1, as thiv truateoa of tlio . hull had generously...
VIOLET TOWN SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, 11TH MAY. PRESENT: THE FULL COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 12 May 1914
VIOLET TOWN 8HIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, 11m MAY. PRESENT : THE PULL COUNCIL Minutes of previous meeting and outwaid correspondence word read and confirmed. The president welcomed Cr Henderson back after his recent illness, saying that he expressed the views of ail present iu extending hini a herty welcome nntf their aoonT S0° ant^ strong again Crj Henderson thanked councillors for heir wishes and sympathy during blj lll au/i for their welcome. CORRESPONDENCE. Fiom Public Works Department, stating that owing to tho large demand for Pentridge nettiog tho stosfes on hand had becomo exhausted, oud it would be some time before large supplies could be mndo, and requesting that Council would bring it under the notice of landholders. There wns, however, a large quantity of English material, A grade, first quality on hand, and supplies could be had immediately, viz., 12x17x1 at £23 per mile,--Received. From same returning vouchers, and stating thnt a claim for £58/6/8 had been passed for payment....
THEY SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 12 May 1914
.. THEY SAY. That golf promises to "take on" locally this year. That a new and excellent course has been laid down by a committee ap pointed for that purpose. That the game is one that should recommend itself to all, qb it provides most healthful eicercise for the body, - also for the imagination. That in some cases it also provides a "fluency, of speech." That secretary Hoi man will be pleased to enrol members for the golf and tennis clubs. That the local 'bailers tried their strength against Euraa juniors on Sat urday. i That the result was in favor of the visitors. That secretary Clarke tooted the whistle, and his music did not greatly displease the players. That a tennis match versus Bigg's Creek iB to be played on the* locai courts on Saturday-if present ar rangements hold good. That the 35/ suit to measure at Mitchell's knocks all-get one. ? That more ''bee" trees falling on the road was reports 1 at yesterday's coun I cil meeting. That honey-hunters will bring a "bees-neat ab...
RICICED HIS BACK. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 12 May 1914
RICICED HIS BACK. - "I ricked my back severely and was un« able to stand upright," writes Mr Thou. II. Miher, Ebdcn, Vio. "I lind seen Chamber lain's }'am Diilm advertised for attains, und thought I would seo what it would do for mo. The firot application gave mo relief and I waa quito myself again after using only a quarter of a bottle." fold by B. Jiit»h«U. ^ , rrl|
COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 12 May 1914
COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. Messrs G. G. Turn and Co., patent attorneys, o£ tho Jiialto, 4!)!i Collins Street, Melbourne, report that specifi cations of the following inventions havo been ollicially accepted ami opened for inspection by the Commis sioner for Patents. Abridgments of tho specifications may be inspected, ? without fee, at their oifices:-« Push and Pull lieaper Harvester. Tlio animal power is at tho back of . tho comb mechanism, and is central. J. D. Fogarty, West Australia No. 77JG. Keyboard Tape Perforating Telegra phic Instrument. - B. " Soldatencow, France, (the namo of Mr. Turri as com municatee) No. S713. Tap to Pierce and Fix in a Kerosenu Tin, etc.-Acts by aid ol' a simple clamp device.-F. N.' Hnrman and A. L. McCowan, N.S. Wales. Lighting Gas without Matches.-A friction spark maker on a handle, and other details.-D. W JI. do Mol, N.S. Wales, No. S73S.: : . / Spring Seated Connections for Mo tor Cars and other Vehicles.-M. F. Ed wards and It. McGinness, Victoria, No. ...
GOLDEN WEDDING. MR. AND MRS. O. HENDERSON. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 12 May 1914
GOLDEN WEDDING. MR. AND MRS. 0. HENDEIISOH. Of tha remaining pionears and old lima residents of this district, there tire fair, if any, who are held in higher respect and esteem by the townspeople and dis trict residents than Mr and Mrs Qshert Henderson, of Violet Jonn, and tho celebration on Wcdnosd&y last of tha fiftieth anniversary of their rrodding-day naturally attracted much interest locally. Not only are tha oi l people themselves held in high esteem, but the sons and daughters are alio highly respected resi dents, and are each "playing well their par's" io publio and prirate lifs, one of tha fumily, Mr G. Henderson, being a Councillor of the Violet Town ahiro. .The happy old couple may bo classed as "aweothanrta still," wero tho recipents of innumerable and hearty congratulations I a«d tinny handsome and costly presents. At the breakfast, in tha afternoon tha gathering consisted mainly tff friends and relations. Mr I. Wallace, senr:, acted as cbnirmau, and after ilia...