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Violet Town Sentinel Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESDAY, 26TH MAY, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 26 May 1914
violet Count Sentinel Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESDAY, 26TH MAY, 1914 DBXTISTST.-Mr H. V. Harconrt visits Vielet Town oa Frid*y next. MORB WOKRT FOR THE Houis-wirs. -The local butchers notify elsewhere that owing to the high prices ruling for fat stock, they hare boen compelled to increase the price of meat Id ptrlb. all round CLBARIXO SALBS. - To-siorrow Massrs Watts, Tuiubull and Co will hold ' a clearing sale at Boho, on account of [MrJ.C. Welsh, and on Friday will hold a clearing sale on account ot Mr J. C. Mitchell, on tho premises, tw» miles | from Yiolst Town. A VETERA* PRBACBBR.-Mr Wilks who about 15 years ago had charge of the Onniambo circuit, including |!arlston and Upotipotpon, occupied the pulpit at the Canintnbo Methodist Oburch last Sunday week, and wa? welcomed by some of his congregation of those days, who were pleased to see the veteran preacher. He garean ablo and interest ing discourse. G}OL* OUOB.-A meeting of thp Tennis and Golf clnb was held in the Mec...
VIOLET TOWN LARCENY CASE. ACCUSED ACQUITTED. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 26 May 1914
VIOLET TOWN LAROBNY CASE. ACCUSED ACQUITTED. At the Benalla Supreme Court on Tuesday, Mr Justice Hood presiding, James Edward Waugh was charged with stealing the sum of £8/10;, the property of J. I'\ Tully. at Violet Town, Mr Leon, K.C,, prosecutcd for the Crown, and Mr Connell appeared for the defence; The following was the jury:-P. GafJney (foreman), A. Barrett, J. Jennings, Geo. Pearson, E. J. Hooper, H. C. Bird, J. C. Parker, W. Howship. C. E. Morris, 1). Murphy, S; Gardner, and T. Connolly. Mr Leon (Crown prosecutor). Baid the charge was that of stealing money and a tin box, the property of John Tully, a porter at Violot Town. The accused and Tully were room mates at Morris' hotel, Violet Town. On 19th April Tally went to his tin box, which was near a tin box belonging to Waugh. Tully had a tobacco box in his tin box, and in that he kopt bis money. On 19th April there were nine £1 notes and 10/- in it. Tully took £1 out, aad put the remainder back. Two or three days aftorwards ...
APPOINTMENT OF SHIRE OFFICERS. NEW ENGINEER APPOINTED. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 26 May 1914
APPOINTMENT OF SHIRE OFFICERS, , NEW ENGINEER APPOINTED. A special mealing of the Violet Town Shirs Council, at which Crs. Forshaw, Gordon, Black, Henderson, Wilson, Roach, Mitchell and McShane wora preseat, was hold yesterday to deal with applications for the variois offices. The following appointments ner« made Health Officer-Dr Dayies. Treasurer-Mr E. Slee. Poandkeeper-No application. Engineer, Secretary, Bate Collector, and Valmer.- Four applications were receired, viz.-Joha Bide, F. J. Hicks, "W. 0. Reeres and H. Crowther (who applied provisionally on being allowed outside practice.) After some little di>cti9sion Mr. W. C. ReereB was appointed to the position, and failing his acceptance, Mr John Ride will be offered the position. The discission will be reported next iaaae,
TENNIS. Eur[?]a v. Violet Town. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 26 May 1914
TENNIS. » I Euroa v. Violet Town. 1 A match was played between Euroa and Violet Town on the latter's courts on Saturday last, and a very interest ing game resulted in a win for Euroa by 7 games Afternoon tea was pro vided by the ladies The results were : Messrs Saxon.and Mitchell beat Stedman and McKeuzie. 12-C; Miss Cochrane and Saxon lost to Miss Sutherland and BJcEeu zie, 7-10; Saxon and Mitchell lost to Ford aud; Bird, 5-1C; Harcourt and West beat Ford and Bird. 12-S;Mis3 Cochrane on1 Mrs Mitchell lost to Misses Maxfield and Sutherland, 7V2; Mrs Mitchell and Har court lost to Miss Maxfield and Stedman* 8-10. Euroa 5S, Violet Town 51.
HOW TO MAKE A MEASURE OF LIQUIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 26 May 1914
HOW TO MAKE A MEASURE OF LIQUIDS. A very simple method for making/a container for liquors which measureis : off, say, a quart at each tuna the: li quid is poured, is to take a largo cy lindrical cnij, and put in a false bottom ? which holds about n quart between.: tliia and the bottom of tlio vessel..At one'.side of tlio false bottom is .- 'au "opening which connects with tliu main body of the can, and on the other ii tubo leading to the numth of the vessel, so that the mouth connects in reality only with tlio .befor&lt;?meaitiou&lt;xl space. This space being filled with; the liquid, wo tilt the can down so as to keep the level in the .main chamber ' below the orifico, and prevent further entry to bottom chamber, so tliat tile bottom ohamber now holds just ono quart, and can be emptied at the' mouth of tho can. "Scientific Amen-' can.
THEY SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 26 May 1914
THfcY SAY. That the district football matches commenced on Saturday ]a3t. That our boyB made a good begin ing by clean-sheeting the new-comers -Moglonemby. That Y.T. put up quite a tidy score, and many of the players and moat of the new blood ahowed good for.n. That the Bogie trio, Hobba (2) and. Feutrill, was of great assistance an J ia a welcome addition, That Gooram scored heavily at the expense of Long wood. That Balmattum and the Imperials put up an even go, and the result is etill in doubt, as there ia a dispute about a goal-which will decide. . That V. T, has a prospect of a real good team this season. That secretary Clarke ia a good worker. That the be^innei s are taking to golf like ducks to water-the balls fre quently take to the water too. That the official opening of the club takes place on Wednesday next. Tb&t secretary Holrnan put in some good work on the links last week in putting down the regula' ion-size tint. That a working bee is required on the course, an...
VIOLET TOWN ENTRIES. WEDNESDAY, [?] JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 26 May 1914
VIOLET TOWN ENTRIES ? WEDNESDAY, SIB JUNE. The following entries brre been eeirtd: MAIDEN HURDLE. T. tillen'a Ugly Mao W. Biggar'a Tragedy Queen J. Dean's The Bogie a. J. Crozford'a Miaa Stout J. Roche's Chalmers \V» Whits'i Gillcnbah J. W. French's Hespshtt J. E. Donovan's Christie T. Hoysted's Malt Bin H. Barnes* Puzzled C» Cochraue's Lyanoa W, Diggins* Gold Count NOVELTY PONT RACK F 0 Mackeya Lord Erie L Parcall'a Steel King T Maxwell's Guiding Star W Biggar'a Glenrille Mrs VV. White's Lady Preattfc J A King's Little Fellow W Deaoham's Little Tatn J Hicoll'a Warwick J ArbaBter'a Artist (late Jaek) J Boyle's Myrtlo Quid* J Boyle's Veritus E Martell'a Lady Glen E Rogers* Roea Bud G Uochrane'a Red Streak \V Diggina* Boeno WINTER HANDICAP T Kileon'a Rookview R J Croxfotd't Uiat Stoat 8 McCormack'e SpringboU J Roche's Chalmers W. White*! Siacknufc J W French'a Hespjhet E Cao&ck'a Munich G Lydi&rd's Balmattum H Clark's Handyman \V Fowler'* Lady Mona L Ryan's Ardmona J E...
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER I. CHAPTER II. A DANGEROUS CONTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 26 May 1914
THE MASTER PASSION. (BY LILIAN KLLERTOX.) CHAPTER I. .CHAPTER II. A DANGEROUS CONTRACT. "Terribly oppressive," snid Captain Beresford with a liorvous glance at tho leaden sky above their heads, as he drove Ida Hamitlon at a rapid pace through tho leaf lanes of Hampshire. His nerves had. already been upset by Jus thoughtless question, and a vague .feeling: of dread oppressed her more .. than tho want of azone in tho atinos phoro ^ .--..'Tho. beauty of^tho-duy-'hns.gono,'' sho said with a sigh; "and it was so lovely when wo started." lu my opinion, I have eome to Alio best of it now,". looking down lino her /acq with admiration mixed with a dash of insolence; "what a lucky chalice it was for me that your aunt lost her smelling-bottle." "Not at all lucky if it rains. You will have me on your mind as well as yourself," with disdainful gravity, that 'refused to see a compliment. . "Self would stand a poor chanco of being remembered. I hope thunder 'does not frighten you, Jliss Hamil ton,...
EMPIRE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 26 May 1914
EMPIRE DAY. Empire Day was celebrated, at Violet Town on Friday laat, when moat of the business places were gaily decorated Ttitb flags, lanterns, eto. Jhs usual programme was gone through at tho State school in tli* morning, commencing with the saluting of the Flag, and the Binging of the National Anthem. Items were giTen by several t f the children, and patriotic songs nerd tendered. Addresses were gircn by Her. D. AlcEaohern and Mr ThoRi" The aftsrnoon was deroted to a picn'ie and sports in the Recreation reserve, where the school committee and other parents and friends had made arrange ments ensuring a good time for the little ones. A most enjoyable time was spent by all, and a good programme of games, racos, etc., was carried through, the afternoon winding up with ample refreshments and the tinging of the National A.othsn*
[?]OSTAL RATES AND RECULATIONS [Where the term "The Common-wealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Pa[?] Load [?] Island, and Nor[?] Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 26 May 1914
FOSTAj. RATES A WD REGULATIONS . ' [Whero 'tho . term . -'Tho .Co.union weiilth".is used in oomiectiun with tlieaa rates "id regulations it incliulcs i'.nma. Lord Lio.vc Island,'and Norfolk Island.] liKTTlfillS. iJ ; ; For every J ounce or fraction thereof, fe'or delirery within, the Corouwu wealth .. .. ..:.,.... ° 1 Tor delivery in tho Britisn Em- : - pire .. .... ... ' ? .. ». 1 'For delivery-ill the Now Heoivdes, ; iittiiss, and Xorros Islands .. 0 - For 'delivery, in other places .. . . 0 -H liBI'i'ER CARDS. .. For delivuittvwahtn .the Coiuiiioiiviealth.: SinRie, id. each ; reply;, Id. each half. For. delivery in the Biitish Kmpiro tsee' list of placcs under "i/ottcrs")-Sia . .gle. Id. each. For unlivery ill New Hebrides! Banks, and Torres Islands-Single, :!d. each. For delivery in other places-. Siiig.o, '?!ld- each. . '» POST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed with the Id. stamp, and Replyor double cards, reach half of which, lias' the ..Id. staii.p impressed thereon, may,;be ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 26 May 1914
Heame's Bronchitis Cure Those who have taken this medicine are amazed at its splendid healing power. Sufferers from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, Aithma, -Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breathing, Pain or Soreness in the cheft, . experience delightful and rapid relief, and to those who are subject . to Colds on the Chest it is invaluable, as it effects " complete cure. It is most comforting in allaying Irritation in the Throat and giving Strength to the Voice, and it neither allows a Cough or Asthma to become chronic nor Consumption to develop. Consumption ii not known where "Coughs" have, on their first appearance, been properly treated with this medicine. No house should be without it, as taken at the beginning, a doss or two is generally sufficient, and a complete cure is certain. Sold by all Chemists .R8aBBffBHHHBBBBRBBBflflHB13HH)BaBSIK&UaEttf(i»3KK£a&2&lt;;xC!; KMUS ?, Is w&r ?u nH RR " Grain \ Skins g Hides g Tallow S Bark S Leather 3 Brokers ? H 0» Lrn...
Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 26 May 1914
Church Services. I Presbyterian-Karramomua 11 (ho) Hl» poll 3, Rov J. Garde; Violet Town 7.30 Mr Thomai Church of England-Violot Town 11, Mr McKernas; 3 (Children'a Service), 7-iOj Karramomna 11, Stony Creek 2, Rector Mathodiet-Violet Town 11, Band; Upot ipotpon ll.Karlaton 3, Violet Town 7-30; Rev Edwarda; Baddaginnnie 1), Supply. T. WeUh; Boho 3, Mr Johnson;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 26 May 1914
A Autumn OF Millinery, Dresses, Coats, Furs, Blouses, Ribbons, Velveteens, and,^ Splendid Assortment- xif- Trimmings ^.^?'"^"and Neck Wear. We are showing a full Stock of FLANNELS and FLANNELET1ES 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 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: Wb are still showing a few Bargains left over pom the summer sale, so come along and clear them out. No reasonable offer refused, J. BLACKIE CHEMIST, EPROAi HOESE & CATTLE MEDICINES BLACKIE'S GRIPE and COL...
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER III. THE FIRST WALTZ. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 2 June 1914
THE MASTER PASSION. (BY LILIAN ELLERTON.) . CHAPTER III. THE FIRST WALTZ. On through tho fragrant night, with every branch aud twig flinging rain-drops after thoin as they passed, and a harvest moon sailing slowly through a host of paling stars, with hope pointing with kindly finger to the Jovor waiting for her at her journey s, end, and dull caro left in charge "of Sirs. Greenaway ut the mil. Ida felt so unutterably happy that she was almost inclined to lift «P her voico in song. The maro went at a capital pace, eager for liet stall in -the Belton stables, and Captain Beresford drove as if he shared her anxiety, aud. were wil ling to satisfy it. Alone in the witching hour of night, with the moonlight giving its nameless charm to the everyday beauties of field and trees, and the loveliest girl he had ever seen sitting close by his side, Vnl Beresford felt a pleasant excitement in his inner self, and his pulses quickened their ordinary beat. It was witli a sigh of regret rather than ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 2 June 1914
rhe invlgora,t,ina;' and author! tieei OKxncxaxcMicrTZLReK^: Harrison, , L& JLyj££| I'KOl*. I/1I)., * ' CORK MERCHANTS AND SCl'l'IA' 1 IOCS 10 FUK Brewers, Aerated Water Manufacturers, Hotel Keepers, Bakers, and Refreshment Rooms. Correspondence Invited on All Articles used in the aliove trades. Koto Address 304 FLINDERS STREET, MELBOURNE. £««££££££.: *5-TK&lt;35! p?r^B v ^/':'-; .>/. - -s /'S^vir-~: V-'-"**. \ £*v?«5>-£'k. 8aWyjqji ^ fe||f if^^O' f:i* ~"^v- / / '}; gry-W A LIGHTING SYSTEM THAT HAS ALL THE Al> VANTAGlvS of Electricity ut one-tenth the cost of installation, and ONE-QUAKTEIt the eobt of upkeep. The Gloria System is the most advanced type of Petrol Gas Lighting, and dis penses with all machinery. All that is uccessary is a steel reservoir, hollow llexible tubing, and the separate lamps. There are no parts to wear out, and no delicate devices to adjust. It is so simple, so strong, and so durable that -i wo GUARANTEE the system for ten f5? years....
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 2 June 1914
COMMERCIAL. E. Strililing reports holding a clear ing Biilu on nccounl of J, P. Nunan, of Tauilongh, on Friday, 15th May. There was ono of the largest gutharingu presoiit nt n district salo for many yoaru. Following nro priceB of principal lota: 300 x l> owns, G and 8t, 2(>/; milkerst from £5 to .£7/10/; bull .£7/f>/; a nieu lino of young cattle, 12 to 10 mos. old, at £2/8/. Thoroughbreds from £22 10/to £3fi; ploughs £11; drill £20; harvester £20; all other implements and sundries Bold at good prices, &lt; it 'Tin V' a if *, V
FOOTBALL. Longwood defeats Violet Town. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 2 June 1914
FOOTBALL. Longwood defeats Violet Town. Violet Town sent a strong team to Longwood on Saturday, and their sup porters were confident that i£ tbey did not win, they would certainly extend the homesters. But though the visit ors had their fair share of general play thoro was no cohesion, and there the red and blues showed lo advantage. Also in goiijl kicking ttlie locals were moro ellicient and very few chances were wasted. Violet Town had n number of good scoring chances which availed thein nothing. Lack of prac tice wa& very evident, and most of the visitors were dovuid of dash, and were more than often biuton for the bull. Longwood Bcored firBt, and after the first quarter the result was never in doubt, as they played well to gether, and the visitors efforts being individualistic, were overshadowed. Violet Town has now a team capable of good things, but unless more con certed action in the field is brought about, it is hopeless to look for the premiership pennant, The TUCK ...
BALMATTUM. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 2 June 1914
BALM ATTU.M. Sowing and ploughing is drawing to a close. The acreage under crops is about equal to previous years. The earlt sown crops are. well above, the ground. and are. looking exceptionally healthy. ilartf farmers have gone in for liming 'their cropping, land, one lo five ewts. being put on to tho acre, this being an experiment. Results will be watched with interest. According to test made of the soil the land is wholly devoid of lime. The annual meeting o£ tho Church o£ England was hold On the 13th inst. The balance.sliOet showed that tho Church waa in a progressive position, and a credit . balance on £he year's operations was shown. The following office-bearers were elected for tho Ion suing year.-Messrs D. McKern.m, G. McKernan,. Budds, Wadesori Bamford and E. Wadeson. . Rector's ; nominees, Messrs P. 'Walker and Dunning;; sec retary and treasiuiflr Mr P. Wadoson. Tiie Rector moved a vote of thanks to Miss McKcrpan, organist, Mr. G. Jtfc Kornan, lay reader, and also that a,...
DISTRICT NEWS BOHO SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 2 June 1914
' DISTRICT NEWS fFROU OUR OWN1 OonnRHPONDENT BOIIO SOUTH. Empire Day celebrations we TO car ried out on Friday, 22nd, at the local Slalo school, when the annual picnic was liehl. The day dawned dull and /iold, l>u,t at 10 o'clock "Old, Sol" peeped out and an ideal day followed. At 11 o'clock visitors began to arrive, and by 2 o'clock a large concourse of people had congregated. There were present visitors from Euroa, Creigliton, Strathbogie, .Stratlibogie Noith, Strath bogie -West,: Violet Town, and Boho, and all heartily joined with the "liomc folk" in spending . a . happy day, and in having'; what onci of the pioneers hero said, was "the: best picnic for twenty years." After dinner a programme of Empire items " was given by the chil dren as follows Chorus, "Rule Brit tannin," pupils; recitation, "The Flag," Rachel James; chorus, "Flag Song," pupils; re'cilation,: "Children . o£ (lie Empire," Millie Hammond; chorus, "Aus tralia's Sons," pupils; recitation, "Who is tho' Patriot,"...
Violet Town Sentinel Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESDAY, 2ND JUNE, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 2 June 1914
Viotel Couw Sentinel Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESDAY, 2x» JUNE, 1914 SHIRE COUNCIL MBETiua.-The usual monthly meeting ol the Violet Town Shire Council will be held oil Monday next, 8th inst. DEATH,-The death nccnried at the Wangaratta Hospital,on Tuesday last, of Mr Joseph Henry Joue3,of Violet Town, who was admitted to the Hospital cAi January 10th. Deceased was a laborer, 77 years of age. Cosciini AXD SOCIAL.-A concert in aid of tho piano fund is to be held in the Friendly Societies' hnll on Friday, 19th June, nndor iho auspices of tho 1.0 R. and the U. A.O.D. The concert is to be followed by a dance. SroRTiiio.-Two horses hailing from tho Noith-Eaat won at llondigo on Wednesday lust. Miss Fuotbolt won the Epsom Plate, and Admiral Grand the Grand Annual Hurdle liace. The latter also annexed the hurdlo race on the second day. Thk GOAL-KICKERS.-Loc>l foot ballers who wish to figure well in this season's contests should pay particular attention to their footwear, as being ...