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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 9 June 1914

THEY SAY That our footballers "sprung a sur prise on Gooram and delighted their spectators by scoring a win on Satur day. That the win should put the team in aood heart, and with proper atten tion to training and practice, there is a good chance of the premiership coming thia way. That much interest is being taken in the gents 18-hole stroke competi tion now being played on the local golf links for the president's trophy. That tho local horse, Blacknut, litis been nominated for tho Toorak Handi cap That the'Euroa horee Bliutstone ap pears in two cups, tho Toorak, and the Williamstown cup. That quarterly subs to the "Sentinel" are now due. That the Druids ball on Friday evening was a successful function. That the Druids and I O.R. aro holding a concert and locial in aid of .the piano fuud at the F.S. hall on Fri day mat: That Mr. P. D. K. O'Hanlon, one of tho candidates for tho Goulburn Valley sent, paid a visit to Violet Town duing the week, and stated that ho con siders his chances...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. VIOLET TOWN BEATS GOORAM. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 9 June 1914

FOOTBALL. VIOLET TOWN BEATS QOORAM. Gooram's victorious career was checked at Violet Town'ou Saturday last, when the locals scored a win by seven points. Neither side was fully represented, a few of the usual players being out of each team. Violet Town made a good start, and delighted their supporters by taking the lead, and holding iheir own in the second quarter led by 3.3 at' half time. The tlmd quarter was very even, but the visitors, lasting better than the locals put in a good final term and had much the best of matters, but a stubborn re sistance staved off the scoriug of the necessary points till the gong went-a sound that was very welcome to the locals-with Violet Town still seven points to the go.ocl- Much excitement prevailed at the finish, and "barracking" became a trifle "warm'.' in thu final stages. The scores were Violet Town 6.6 Gooram 5.5 The best form for Violet Town was shown by Stevenson (2), Muckey, White, Kelly, the McCoombes, McPheraon, Hobbs, Peacock and B. S...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VIOLET TOWN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 9 June 1914

VIOLET TOWN RACES, Ideal holiday weither..prevailed for the Violet Town linco club's winter meeting on Wednesday Inst, and des pite counter-attractions in th3 opening of the foolbali season at Euroa and coursing matches at Bennlln, the at tendance exceeded that of Inst year's meeting, the gate takings being £38/8/ as against £32/9/ the previous year. On tiie wholo'ihe secretary anticipates that when the balance-sheet is com pleted the meeting will be a bigger nnaucia) success thau )aat year's. A really good day's Bport wbb provided, and excepting the hurdle race iu which there were four competitors, six star ters comprised the smallest field for the day Eaciug was g00d, and though no really -close things,' there was al ways more than 'one in it' in the home run. lhe only hitch in tbe dny's WM a pr?,t,e8t ^ the owserof Malt Bin against Blackout for crossing, which, after some consideration, was disinibsed, the announcement being re ceived with cheer?. Though he went out practically u...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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STRATIIBOGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 9 June 1914

STRATIIBOGIE. This district seldom enjoyed a better season Ihnii the present, abundance of rain, nnd taild. weather causing vegotation lo make good headway. As a proof of this, sale after sale is being held here, tho stock agents evidently thinking it worth thair while to continue, while stock me available. Jt is I think gratifying to residents horo that tho proposal to build » ruilnnj jr. . into this distrct is likely to be narrowed down to the local towns of Euroa and Violet Town, as a lino to either of those towns would serve the district. While paying attention to puroly local matters there is a danger of letting important public matters slide, and llie present po itioal situation should cause all who ure interested in the welfare of iheir country to consider. In n short time the present l'Vderal Pailiamem will bo dissolved, and the doings there of men who are sent to do the country's business is enough to disgust any right miiided'pcrson with politics. The sooner this is ended ...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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THE EMPIRE DAY PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 9 June 1914

THE EMPIRE DAY PICNIC. Iii connection with the success Cul picnic ou Empire Day, £the committee wish to tbaqk nil those who contributed in $ny way toward the afternoon'8 amusement. The handicappers, Messrs Fenton and Car* ter, managed most successfuly, giving everyone a fair ran; Messrs Reardcn and Fair were competent judges. Results: Boys over 13- \V. Young 1; Croxford 2. Boy* over 11--A Bowelll. S Sauderson & C. McKellar 3. JBoys-9 to 11-V.Reardon and C. McKellar 1, McPhereou 2. Boyft - G to 9-Ij Noil 1, G Liuo 2. Boys under -Young t, McCoomb 2, Girls over 13 Miriam Wilson I, Lily and Amy Peacock, 2. Girls 9 to 10-Gertie Crosford 1, May Mackey 2, Girls 6 to 5-Ina West 1, Ag gie Boyle 2. Girls under G- Irene Carter 1, Phyllis Dickenson 2. For pair of boots (gireu by Mr Creed)-Two dead heats were run by Lance Neil and Vincent Reardon; Mr Creed generously decided to give each boy u jmir of bouts. Mr Creed's gift for girls (boots)-G Croxford I, M McKay 3. Jumble liace (boys un...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it inciudes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 9 June 1914

POSTAL RATES AMD REGULATIONS «: fWhere the term 'The Common wealth" is used in connection with thes9 rates and regulations it inciudes Papua, I.<oi-tl Howe Island, and Norfoik Island.] LE1TKRS. For every J ounce or fraction thereof, l'or delivery within the Coniinou ^ wealth .". .... ......... o 1 For delivery in.the British Em pire .... ',. .. .. .... .. ..o 1 For delivery in the Now Hebrides, , Hanks, and Tom® Islands ..OS l'or douvery in other places .... 0 2'j LETPEll CARDS. within the Commonwealth: kiHglt,. id. each; reply, Id. each half. I'or delivery ia the Uiitish Empire {sec ? list of places under "LetterV')-Sin , gle. ltl. each. For delivery in New Hebrides, Banks . and lorres Islands-Single, 2d. each I'or delivery in other places- SinEla 2j<l. each. POST CARDS. oiii^Ie Postcards impressed with tli-' .Id. stamp, and ltoply or double cards, each half of which has the 'Id. stamn .impressed thereon, may bo transmitted to places'within the Commonwealth, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 9 June 1914

Heame9s Bronchitis Cure Those who have taken this medicine are amazed at its splendid healing power. Sufferers from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, Asthma, Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breathing, Pain or Soreness in the cheit,. experience delightful and rapid relief, and to those who are subject to Colds on the Chest it is invaluable, as it effects a 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 is not known where Coughs" have, on their first appearance, been properly treated with this medicine. No house should be without St, as taken at the beginning, a dose or two ia generally sufficient, find a complete cure is ccrtain. a Sold by all Chemists and Medicine Vendors. WHHBHnanii2s<.cAf:<f?w?ia>-.KUwMKif . M H H B13 JJ H M E K n 5* ?j W 3 K F C S? H H JS E <S 1? 3 S H H GJ C{ ft &V Grain Skins...

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Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 9 June 1914

Church Services. Presbyterian-oKarramnmus 11, Miepoll 31 Violet Town 7.30, Mr Thomas Methodiet-Violet Town 11, B.v^Jacpnnnie 7. Mr Peacock ; Upotpotpon 11, Karlston 3, Violet Town 7-30, Rev Edwards ; Badda* ginuie 11, Mr Johnson ; Boho 3, Mr Welsh. Church of Englund-Not to hand

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 9 June 1914

f Autumn Sftou). OP Millinery, Dresses, Coats, Furs, Blouses, Ribbons, Velveteens, and a Splendid Assortment of Trimmings and Neck Wear. V»Te are showing a full Stock of FLA.NK KLB' and FLANNELETTES at Reasonable Prices. ; Also a fine Assortment of FANCY WOKEL 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. N'ilSS 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 inter Patterns are now to hand, and I- will be pleased to receive Orders lor same. Every Suit is guaranteed. I "We 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, EDKOA. HORSE & CATTLE MEDICINES BLACKIE'S...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER IV (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 16 June 1914

THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER IV (Continued.) A look of delight shot across his sen sitive face. .. ? "And so did I. Don't you think that they would go very -well together, not q»ly now," dropping his voice, "but "Deverel, where aro you! I've been looking for you everywhere"; and Lord Waverley put his hand on his shoulder. It was only to ask some stupid ques tion about the band, and Cis cursed him mentally as the most thundering idiot of his acquaintance. The other question on which so much depended was inter rupted, and the answer buried in a girl's quivering heart. The opportunity did not occur again and Lord Waverley, as he went away wondering over his friend's wrathful ?cowl, might have thought there was some excuse for it, if he had known- the circumstances. . It was getting lato when Captain Beresford led Ida Hamilton into the conservatory, and claimed his reward. "?What is it to be!" she asked list lessly, as she bent over the. datura with gtnall desire to admire its proportion...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 16 June 1914

There is but^ Schnapps... WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS LEMON FLAPJACKS. One pint milk, i eggs, juice of one (oinon; flour to mako light batter, pinch soda. Fry in hot larii, iervo svitli sugar and nutmeg. feiaEw .. FOOTBALLS. Hartley Special X 14/G Hurlloy Special ' ISl/tt Hartley SelcctcO 10/C Hartley Match II S/0 Shcrrln'si .... .. ir»/fl Fordham'a 15/0 .-.Dou's -Voribcst .. .... .. 14/<» Dou's Special .. .; .. ,, 4. .. 12/C Soccer i0/«, 12/0 FOOTBALL . OL&T1I1NO. Moil's Full-size .Tersc.vs V Men's Kmull-slzt .Terseys «/0 White Drill Khlckers .. .. 2/0, . 3/. Ulne Dungaree Knickers .. .. -/0 Linen Knickers .. 3/ Stockings, Mull's size .. .. . . . . ? 1/0 Hoots .. .. .. .. ., 12/fi, 13/0. 14/0 Elastic Bandages,' Ankle Straps, Stops, Etc. DISCOUNT GIVEN TO CLUBS. Send, for Our Freo List containing Rules and Fixtures. GOLF CLUBS, GOLF BALLS, HOCKEY STICKS, LACROSSE RACQUETS AND EVERYTHING FOR SPORT. ' HAflTf FY'^ SPORTS & OYCLE STORES, 148 SWANSTON imtvjiivivi SPORTS &...

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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE. HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 16 June 1914

FIVE RULES FOB FORTUNE. 30W SOME SECURED SUCCESS. 1. Cultivate and perfect your ideas Experiment. The world is eager for sometb.ui:, new, which, however sini plo it may be, will save labor, or ex pense, or do things better. Let it be more convenient, or promote pleasure tedueo wj-te. People v ho handle things in every day use :iie the natural inventors oi better thirds, and the natural capita: <sts of to-:norrow. Rea-.l tlu- splendid advice tuat !£<lisoi: .jives. Learn t'ie procedure 03 to pn tenting in the chid countries,-then >ecuro your own lof;al monopoly 1"..! your rights by beeomig a patentee. 2. it that workman or foreman, or your ingenious friend has produced a clover invention, pur him on the true about pate nts by tc-King him wher ie car. obtain the "Inventors' Guide,'. 3. i''or yourself, obtain this ''uok, wlxioii tells what to invent, where to patent, ho v to sell patents, the pi'ji-? inventions have sob: for, what .prize have been offered (.ji c...

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Violet Town Sentinel Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESDAY, 16TH JUNE, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 16 June 1914

Vioier Cou?» Sctiriiici Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESDAY, 16m JUNE, 1914 P.L.C. SOCIAL.-The local brunch of the P.L. C. will hold ft social dunce in the F.S. Hall to-morrow evening. PRBSBTTJERUN.-The servicosin con nection with the locnl Presbyterian church will be taken on Sunday next by Mr W. Sargood, of Gooram. Mr Thomas will be away for about three weeks. ,.t_, . COURSIKG .-Mr Mackey's dog, Sir Rupert, competed at the Euros meeting on Monday, 8th iust., and after winning the first course pnt up a good run with Pat Bruce in the second round, but the judge's verdict waa in favor of the latter, LICEHSIII'O COURT.-At the Licensing Court, Shepparton, on Tuesday last week, Louis Wimmer obtained a transfer to himself of the licence held by his wife, Annie Wimmer, of the Farmers' Arms Hotel, Violet Town. A.N.A, SOOIAL,-.A aocial dance, under the auspices of the A.N.A., will bo held in the Mechanics' hall on Tues day next, 23rd inst. The admission is 2/6 for gents,' and the ladies...

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GOLF. PRESIDENT'S TROPHY COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 16 June 1914

PRESIDENT'S TROPHY COM PETITION. The gents competition for the presi dents trophy was completed on Satur day, Mr. W. Lane proviug the winner. The contest was for 18 holes, and was a handicap event. jPhe following cards were handed in: Gross. Hop. S W. Lane, 62, 51 10G 22 Or, D.iviee, 41, 45 86 sor H, Maxwell 54, 47 101 10 T. Saxon, 52, 4G 98 6 P. Harcourt, 58,64 122 30 F, Peacock, 62,53 114 22 W. Rea, 61, 49 110 16 W. Creed,69, GO 119 24 0. R. Holman, 55, 51 106 10 J. J, Johnston, 61, 53 104 6 W. Crockor, 61,63 114 12 : Entries for ladies' and Rents' single6 competition close almost immediately'

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A SEASIDE TRAGEDY. Mr. J. E. Croxford the Victim. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 16 June 1914

A SEASIDE TKAGEDYi Mr. J. E. Croxford the Victim. General regret was expressed locally Isvhen it becamo known on Thursday that Mr. J. E. Croxford, who until re cently wais a resident o£ Violet Town, and matiagcr o£ Mr. E. Striblings branch here, had met his death at Sandring ham. Mr Croxford was well-known throughout the district, and his re latives, to whom the news came as a great shock, wero the recipients"of much sympathy. The particulars o£ the tragedy were reported in last Thursday's "Age," as followjs :-"Late on Wednesday at tomjoon a lady who was in a stale o£ fixhpmo agjtatitation arrived at Saii.1 dringham polcio station and elicited tlio sympathy and help o£ Constnblo Laiio in a most painful contingency.' She said her name was Adriah Mary Croxfonl, an<i Uiat she was tho wife o£ John Edward Croxford, auctioneer, of 22 The Avomie, Windsor. After -having lunch at homo they left by train for Sandringham and went to the bcajch opposite Tennyson-street. Ahout 3 o'clo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 16 June 1914

RICKI3D IIJS BACK. "1 ricked my back scvere'y find was tinn ablo to stand upright," writes Mr Tlma. H. Maher, libden, Vic. UI hnd scon Chamber* Iain's Pain lialm advertised for strains, und thought I would see what it would do for me. Tho firot application gavo mo relief and I was quito myself ugaiu uftor using only a quarter of a bottlo." Bold by 8, Mitchell. n RECOMMENDS THEM TO HIS CUSTQM^RS. For aomc time 1 suffered with indication caused by disordered liver and stomach, Bays Mr 0. M. Harvey, Gypsum Street, Broken Hill, N.S.W. The only thing that cave mo relief was Chamberlain's Tablets I consider themjunequalled for disorders of the liver and stomach. 1 stock them in my shop and reoommend them to all of my customers; in fact I cannot speak too highly of Chamberlain's Tablets. Sold by R. Mitchell, BOUGHT A BOTTLE. I had pains in iny lega which tho doctor said was rheumatism, writes^ Mr Robert Cochrane, Builder, Waimihn, N.Z, His lotion did me no'good and I suffered misery, tsa'w...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 16 June 1914

THEY SAY That "onr boys" had. an easy win over Balmattum on Saturday. That they are going well, and with practice and training should give the premiership a "ahake". That Limgwood ran over thelmpori als at Euroa, Beoring 17 19 to 3 behinds That Hooram had a "walk-over" as Moglonemby could not muster a team. That yesterday's showers were wel come, as the dry weather was juat be ginning to make itself felt. That a good fall was needed for the late crops, and may be expected now that the sequence of fine days has been broken. That in the Waranga-N.B matches, Euroa easily defeated Seymour, Mnr chi8on beat Nogambie, and Avenei beat Rushworth, That the 18-hole golf competition for the president's trophy, resulted in a win for Mr. W. Lane, with the ex cellent Bcore of 84. That Dr. Davies' score oS the stick was the beBt of the eleven competitors, viz., 41, 45.-fi(3. Tbat entries for the ladies and gents' singles competitions, are required to be aunt in at once. For Chronic Chest Complaints...

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DISPUTE BETWEEN SHIRES [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 16 June 1914

DISPUTE BETWEEN SHIRES At the last meeting of tho Sheppar ton Shire Council a letter was read from T. J. Carroll, shire pecrotary, Euroa, who wrote to the shiro secre tary as follows :-I have the honor by direction to state that my council at its last meeting strongly protested the remarks made by you at your last Inecting (as reported in the press), when tho question ot license fees camje up, in which you are reported to have said: "That you had been asked not to mention the matter at the time of the adjustment on the promise that tho matter would bo fixed up later on." My council denies absolutely tlifit the question was ever mentioned at the time of the adjustment or any othor time, and the remarks aro, therefore, keenly resented, by this council.-Cr. Korrins said the question referred to was asked, but he did not think there was any representative of the Euroa people present at the time. He moved that tho secretary reply to the effect that tho statement made was correct. No moro...

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FOOTBALL. VIOLET TOWN DEFEATS BALMATTUM. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 16 June 1914

FOOTBALL. VIOLET TOWN DEFEATS BALMAl'TUM. There was a moderate attendance of spectators at the meeting of these teams at Violet Town on Saturday last, when the locals had not much difficulty in ac counting for Balmattum. The new club has a few good men, but the major ity of its players have not yet had much experience in association matches, and while they will improve as the season goes on, they are not yet able to extend the stronger clubs. The Balmattuui skipper, P. Walker,undoubtedly played the game of the 36 on Saturday, and stood out from the rest of the team. Violet Town did not have their best team afield, and had some difficulty in making up an eighteen at the stait, but they did not leave the result in doubt for long. McOonmbs Bros, ore a wel come addition to the team, and they did fine work. The play was greatly in favor of Violet Town all through, and they ran out winners by the substantial margin of 62 poi.its, the final tally being Violet Town 12.16 - Balmattum 4.2 For...

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BALMATTUM MAIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 16 June 1914

BALMATTUM MAIL SERVICE. Mr. F, M. Clement lias received the following reply from the Deputy Post master-General, from Mr; A, C. Pal mer, M.H.R.,. Sir,-With reference to your repre sentations, urging /oi favorable con sideration of the request made by Mr. F. M. Clement, Balma;llum, on behalf! o£ tlio residents, for the establishment of a daily mail between the Railway Sta tion, BalmaUum and Balmattum East, in lieu o£ the existing thrice weekly mail servico, I havo the honor to in form you that inquiry made in regard to the matter discloses that the pre sent financial aspect oE the servico is satisfactory, and in view of the fact that a reasonable offer has besn re ceived for tho conveyance of mails six times a week, approval has been given to the desired increased frequency, to take effect from 1st July, 1914. Mr. Palmer also stattfd that he had been promised an early reply in regard to the proposejd telephone at Balmattum. Mrs. Coff Is an old age pensioner, An aged dame who bas eeen...

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