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STRATHBOGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 21 July 1914
STRATHBOGIB. The fine mild winter, which was qx-, pericnccd up till a week ago, suddenly changed, and though fino rains fell for tlio past fortnight, the weather has be comp very cold. This must be expect ed for siJIIIG timo yet, as wintor may 1)0 prolonged this year. A great slaughter has been mado in the foxes. They have been very hold and havo done considerable injury lambs ami poultry. One sheepowner is reported to havo got ten, by laying poison, another seven and so on, and shooting paitios ac&lt;o;int for many more. Owing, to the high prioo of their skins Jaat year, hundreds were deslroy/edlie/o. For Children's Hacking Cougli at Night, Woods' Great Popporminl Cure, la 6d. For Chronic Cftest Copfiplajttfg, Woods' ftr&at Pi^ipewuat Cat^ lagd,
FOOTBALL. VIOLET TOWN BEAT BALMATTUM. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 21 July 1914
FOOTBALL.. VIOLET TOWN BEAT BAL MATTUMi Violet Town journeyed to Balmnttum on Saturday last, when they had f, fairly strong team afield Tlio home team opened the scoring by kicking a goal, (Walker), before the visitors could get a go on, cud bad n small lead in the Srst cuartei'. In the second quarter, Violet Town put 05 1.6 end lir.d a lead of 5 points at half tine. The third and last terra were both in "Violet Towu's- fr.vor, tho lionc team failing to score, Violet Town rnrning out winners by 8 goals 10 bchinds tc 1 goal 2 behinds. 5*0? tbe winners the best olayers were . Ma cfcey, Kelly, Ren, Fair, McOoombes, and Peacock, while the losars pore best Derved by Walker, Clement. \Villiuros, G. McKernan, S. McOormack, Cros'oie, and Beaton. Players are requested to c.ttsnd to training on Monday's and Thursday's at the fire station, when a traiuer will be in attendance.
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER VIII. A FACE IN THE CROWD. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 21 July 1914
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER Vlll. A FACE IN THE CROWD. *'lt is easv to see wlioiu Miss idarn ilton favours," sftid Lady Elirida ma liciously, as the only rival whom she "would acknowledge to be dangerous cam© down the next morning wady, dressed for the Aldershot races, in & becoming costume of soft grey, plush,;: and delicately tinted iriarveilleuso vrub a knot of eihnsoii ribbon on the top of her parasol. 'lU Bluebottle were only runuing to-day, Mr, Deverel? 1 would hare put sv diamond-ily on my shoulder." # . . "You make mo wisn he were. Liglit foot is sure to win, sp Miss Hamilton is on the right side." Nevertheless, though ho took ner part, Cis Deverel would have liked to see any other color on his fiancee's sunshade. Why was it that she in all circumstances identify herself with Val Beresford, a man whom she had known for a fortnight? He asked himself that question a hundred times a day, but as yet without finding a favourable answer. Cis had so arranged mat.ers that Id...
G[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 21 July 1914
Drnwjor mixed foursome;-"ti. ^ , . Hop. . : Miss Cochrane tinil Greed . ... 13 ? . Ura McJSachern and SlflQ ... 11 > M'ibs Reardon and llclischern ..V 17 Mrs Biggs and L. Mitchell '7 ~ '..' Mra W. CJrocker and Maxwell 9 .. Miss Jackson and. West _ * ...' 15 Miss Tobitt and F. T. Crocker . 10 Miss Lane and Fair . ... 7 Mrs Johnston and Sanderson ... '15 Mrs Lane and Harcourt . ... ll.&lt;\ - Miss E. A. Williams and Johnston 10 , MrB Harcourt and Lane 4 Mho MncDon&ld and Holmnn ... . . J.0 Miss E.M., Williams and Saxon... ; 12 , Mrs Slee and Re?, ... 7 Mra Dnvies and W.II. Crockar... 13 Mits Kimpton aud Dr. Savies fl Miss M. Cochrane and Lylo 11 The above mast be played/and cards handed in. beicjo Cntqvday, 25th in St., cards not hsndsr- in oj or before that date will not be oc>v3'r,a. A moai BUccesccci . ;.?oriiag-bee was held on We'snesday kst. ^bea a good' number of members t'arano. c'p; A bullae'." bs3a ati'wb.fc tlia prsvioaa day pailicg our. stuc:p3 and-ra ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 21 July 1914
Th@r© is but^ Schnapps. WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS INSURE WITH THE ASSURANCE CO LIMITED. FOE FIRE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY, WORKERS' COHPEN . . . SATION INSURANCE ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED. WHICHK NOT REPRESENTED. Full' Particulars on application to DALGETY & CO. LTD., MELBOURNE. (Managers for1 Victoria.) SCHUTZE a CO., Pure Woollen UN D ERW EAH Manufacturers. . Ladies, Gentlemen's and Children's Combinations, Singlets and Drawers, etc., mado to measure. Price''* Lists and Samples on application. BLOCK ARCADE, Melbourne. 28? Collins-street. Take Lift. iEji] VEST-POCKET DICTIONABT «-cri»ia> tLtOfl I Lew ' *" " , ruka tar »pclhac, m, Well bMj ? , r**m. & *)* *7 1 wchca, M® m «*it f tie .***& I far ^3 ? r*m ca Can* if way imjaBw 5^10«5y E&sa Feasab THE L HTHHN A R DEAL SALE It's here again this Most Sensational of . Melbourne Sale Times, with all its wonderful, big, genuine true-to-name Bargains in Men's Wear, Boys' Wear, Ladies' Costumes, Blouses, and Rainco...
Violet Town Sentinel. Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESDAY, 21ST JULY, 19[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 21 July 1914
Viokf COIOH Seiifhici Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESD Y, 21 :? JU.A', U)' ' Snora Olo|3e.-l'lie slmpa will he cosed on Saturday next, during tlie progress of tlio football mulch, Imperials K. Violet Town. EUCHRE MATCH!-A match between the. Oddfellows nnd Druids was played on Thursday night, nnd resulted in a win for the latter by 50 to 16. There were 12 players on each sido. A match I'beUveen tiie A.N.A, and tho Oddfellows s listed for to-night, 1 EUCHRE PAUTY* AND DANCE.-The euchre party and dance to be hold by the Violet Town branch of tho People's Party on Friday night, promises to be a ' great success. The doois .open punctually at 7.30, nnd euchre will be started punctually at 8. Mr. Nagle Withdraws. Mr. D Nagle, of Micpoil, who re cently announcod his candidature for the Eclmca seat, in opposition to Mr. A. C Palmer, lias, withdrawn from the contest on medical nilvice. Mr. James 0. Goiulay, of Shepparlon, has . now boea selected to contest the scat in the Labor interest,...
NED RYAN'S NETTING. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 21 July 1914
NED RYAN'S 'HUTTING.- . . Mr l£cHugh waited on the Council to nek to hsyo the wiro netting putup by Mr Ned Ryan on the road used by him, removed, as the roadway lind silted tip i\9 a result, and the water was diver ted from its nntursi flow (hereby, and . now ran down the road, which it had converted into a quagmire in places. It wno practically muting a watercourse of the read, nr.d tim plane had silted up that niuc'i that it bad nearly buried the wire-netting. Mr Ryan had feneed in portion of the road, and hnd removed his p:?n fonce. Cr Rotch movea tjiat the engineer in spect the plnco and >f necessary have the netting reraoved. Or Wilsop nr.'V t'jey should look at both 3tdes. and shoald beer tir Ryan's version also.' From ivliat he could understand M19 Govaiil had gi7on per mission to pla-rs the netting there, and it linked up his feuccn pad made them rebbit proof, They did not want to harass anyona. Or Gordon scessdsd ths motion, which vraa carried.
EUROA BUTTER FACTORY. Goes into Liquidation. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 21 July 1914
EUROA BUTTER FACTORY. Goss into Liquidation. A special meeting o£ the above was held at Eurca on Friday loot, wVen Iherc were about 30 shareholders pro sent. Mr. A. Palmer occupied the chair and explained that the meeting was the outcome of the rejection at last meeting, of clauscs necessary for the carrying out of the scheme of re construction, and subsequent notico of motion by !lr. Wilson that the com bo placed in liquidation, and a liquida tor be appointed. Mr. Wilson then moved in accord ance with tho notice given that, as tho company was unable to meet its liabilities, that it wind up, and appoint a liquidator. Seconded by Mr. lleid, and carried, on a show of. hands, by 21 to 2. Mr. Wilson then moved, and Mr. Reid soconded "That Jfr. Stribling be ap pointed liquidator.'-Carried unanimous 'y The chairman slated that tho liquida tor's remuneration would have to be fixed at that meeting, and that tho usual payment was 2Jner cent, on fixed as sets, and 5 per cent, on free assets. ...
DEATH OF MR. A. FRASER. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 21 July 1914
DEATH OF MR. A. FRASER, We regret to lep.nt the death on Tues day lost of Mr Alex. Fr.iser, of Violet Town. Up to n few weeks ago the lute Mr Fraser, though he had passed the "threc-seoro years and len," was an active niiin, and apparently halo and hearty, but after a short il!n -ss he passed peacefully away, as stated, on Tuesday morniir; last. The deceased gentleman was well-known throughout the district, and was highly respected, being known everywhere as au upright and honorable man. Me took an active interost in public matters, nod was always to the fore i» any progressive movement. lie was one of ihe most active members of the local Progress Association, in fact one of the foundation members, and was particularly interested i» the tree-plant ing operations of that body, which were Under his chaige. Ho wis a staunch supporter of the Presbyterian Church, and was a regular attendant as long as his health permitted. The Into Mr leaser WHB also well-known in tho Huron district, as ...
DISTRICT NEWS. Caniambo. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 21 July 1914
DISTRICT NEWS. (From cur Correspondent.) Caniambo. Ou Saturday last eight of ',ho Uani aDibo tennis players, four gents aiid four ladies, visited Slieppurion. After a very even game Ganiambo secured a win by ten games, owing largely we under stand, to the splendid play of the lady members of the team. Scores were: Cauiuuibo 85, Shepparton 75. At a meeting in the Public hall last Wednesday, u branch of the Political Liibor Conncil wan formed in this distr ct. A short nddress whb given by Or Nngle, of Miepoll. Office-beaiers wero elected ss follows:-President, Mr J. Ryan; secretary, Mr >J. Hayes; treasurer, Mrs Bogan. The annual meeting of this branch of the A.W.N.L. was held in the hall on Friday, and the following officers wero elected for the ensuing year:-President, Mrs Cole; vice-president, Mrs Trimble; secretary, Mrs Phillips; teasurer, Mra Imray. The telephone poles for the Caniambo to Cosgrove line, which hevo been cut for some time, and have been waiting inspection, hove b...
PROGRESS ASSOIATION. ANNUAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 21 July 1914
PROGRESS ASSOIATION. ANNUAL REPORT. The following is tho annual report of the Progress Association for tho year ending 30;h June:-. "We respectfully submit our report for your information as to tho amount of work undertaken for the last term. Members. The number was the smallcst'Tor the yerr on record, seventeen only paying tho rc« qnkcU fee. The cause no doubt was in ucciviiy of ourselves in endeavoring to put the matter before the towuspeoplo, who m the past have stood firmly behind the association both in regard to funds and support. We close the year with a debit balance of about £1 2d. Hnwsver_the out look for the incoming committee is of the biightest, as a'aeut forty five members up to thy present have paid their subscriptions, \vi>ich placo us again beyond the period of n-. essity and want. It is pleasing to note a: amber of tho new members arc country rt, idetits, who wc believe have taken great in" »rest in the work wc have done in the pa-t. For this support, wo thank t...
COUNCIL NOTES. MAIN ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 21 July 1914
COUNCIL NOTES. MAINROA.DS. At the Inst Council meeting tlio presi dent reported having waited on the Country lionda Board, in company with Crs, Henderson and McShaue, to ask that more consideration be given to the Shepparton road nnd Harry's Creek road, and to ask that the work on the Nalinga road be done ns fnr 11s Fisher's school only,with the addition of a portion near the Nalinga bridge. They were promised that iheir requests would re ceive consideration. Cr Henderson said they had pointed out that the Shepparton road was the stumbling block. There was heavy trnlTic 011 it, and the Board proposed to do only four miles of it. They'asked that this be extended, and were promised a further inspection and s. report later on, Regarding the Nalinga road he thought expenditure past Fisher's school, with the exception, of a short piece near Nalinga bridge wae unnecessary. Cr McShaue endorsed the previous reports, and considered it v;as too big an undertakong to do the whole Nalinga rwd. ...
TRUE [?]AY [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 21 July 1914
Ebai sprhg-iika vjsaihov 3ns prevailed for ifco pf.ci fs" dnya. . . -??. Tbr.t gracf. interest was lalcan in the flight of Guiik^s (pronounced Ghee-yo, aocording tc the "Argus") or. Thursday last. ' That oar 'ballets hud another win on Saturday. That as the finals ere drawing near, ' every player should trcin up to then,and if their interest is in the game will do so. That there are some mean people about these parts-they gef- their vege tables from the school garden when no ont is looking. That in the W.1I.E.F.A. matches on Saturday, Murchison beat Euroa by. 7 points-ISuroa's first licking. That - some of our subscribers have forgotten that snbs. were due on 1st June. That the committee of the Railway League meets next Monday. That AI. Guillanx the airman,dropped a very complimentary remark about Harcourt's Suits, as he passed over Violet Town on Thursday last. That he said he could easily pick out the men wearing them, they were so well suited, That he expressed his intention of g...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 21 July 1914
"I had a weak throat.1' writes Mr. C. 11. Stallnrd, 10 Bunhury St., Foots cray, Vic. "Tho slightest change in tho weather would affect it and 1 w ould have lo go lu">me from work teeliiiu. J't iing. My sister swears by Chamberlain's Couth Ilemedy so I tliought 1 \\"«uld .'>* it. 1 did so and cart faoneMly say it has worked wonders, for my throat is now quite strong." Sold by all chemists and «f»ite>ap8ia. . : -J SAYE MOKEYH Great ' Annual WINTER CLEARINGS* Jpl ^$4^ C-M irA>>"i .' *.*'' "" '% *'L i 1.8 sas Qenuiue Reductions For CASH ONLY. SATURDAY NEXT, 25th anid Qdnimnes ,4.1 R. © The People's Store. GEO. SMI FITS . SPECIAL SEEDS GIANT ASTERS Stocks, Patisies and all Flower & "Vegetable Seeds. MTY Hardy -Cold Climate Fruit Trees, 'Rose Pfants, Shrubs, etci, grow VI vigorously when transplanted to Wilder DitJtfiAs. SMITH'S PLANTS ARE SOLD' ON .HONOR. TRY THEM. Cash orders delivered Freight Paid to ai/y Railway Station. Cataloges free an npplicn"i'>n GEO. SM...
STRATEBOGIE RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 21 July 1914
STRATEBOGIE RAILWAY Messrs Mc.cDauald, Carter, Hamsfie, and Earcourt. representing the Violet Town Kail way League waited cn tile Council. Mr MacDonaid said the Hne was nowbefore the Standing Comraittse, and oibar towns were endaa-orinjY >o secure the starting point, and their object was to ask the Council to a3sist them in trying to procure a better route thai) thosa previously surveyed, by having an inspection made by the shire engineer, of the country to be traversed. It would only mean r. small expenditure, about £20, and they asked that private con tributions be subsidised £ for £ by the Council. It was not necessary for him to point out the advantages to be gained by having the line from Vioiet Town. If they were successful in obtaining a better route it would greatly iucrcase their chances of success. Mr Carter referred to the fact that the Euvoa council had commissioned their engineer to make an inspection with the object of finding a route frotrr that place, and thought ...
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 — 21 July 1914
PGSTAi. SATES AND RECUt.A7!0rJS ff [Whore the term ' 'The Common wealth" is uz,c-J lr connection v.itii taiesa rateB and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] . LETTERS. For every j ounce or fraction thereof. For delivery within the Common wealth ' 0 1 For delivery in the British' km piro ....... o 1 t or JoUTery in the; New Hebrides, ^ Banks, and. Ibrros IshtndB .. 0 2 I' or delivery in otber pieces .. .. 0 " letter GAUDS. fordelivc-vy u-ithin tho Commonwealth Id. eaoh; raply, Id. each half tor delivery ta the BliUsh Empire i5e list of plaeoa -under "LetterY')-Sin gle. Id. oach. Kor aclivory in New Hebrides, Banks, n **n j TorroB islands-Single, 2d. each. J aelirarj' in other places- Singls 2}d. each. - ? POST OAHDS. single Postcards impressed with the 1".', stamp, and Iteply or double cards each half of which has the Id. stump impressed thereon, may be transmitted .to.pieces withuitbe Commonwealth. and to- tilosu pteoos,' enumerated UL:.t -: "Letter...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 21 July 1914
Heam©9^ Bronchitis Core 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 cheSV, 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 it, as taken at the beginning, a dose or two is generally sufficient and a complete cure is certain. Sold by ©J5 CHemista ®n&lt;2 Medicine Vendor*. KSBHflUSHMnHnHKHnnBHHHHHHHHEn? ?zS p. a «a fcS HB JS* Grain Skins Sides Tallow Barb Leather Brokers WW \m k is Ageacy Co. LJd. i rintc of salo M Sales Every Tuasi...
Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 21 July 1914
Church Services. Presbyterian-Korraraomua 11, Miepoll 3, Violet Town 7.30 Mr Thomas Church of ISoL'land-Violet Town 11 (HO) and 7.30; Stony Creek 3, Rev. D. At McKuchern, Methodist-Violet Town 11, Mr Johnson, Upotipotpon II, Eurhton 3, Violet Town 7.30, Rev. J, Edwnrds; Haddaginnie 11, Boho 3, Mr Fuhrraciator; . Badilagiuuie 7, Mr, Williun)^;