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THE WOOL CLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 28 July 1914

THE WOOL CLIP. i ~ - . We have received a copy of D;ilgcljy('s Annual Wool Review for Australasia, which contains an exhaustive summary' of overylhihg relating to the past clip and,the markeL'ng of same, 'i'ho pub. licalion is in its sixteenth year of is sue, and deals comprehensively not only Willi tho past season's clip, and also with many branches of tho .iiulustiy connected with wool. The number of sheep estimaleil to have been shorn was 109,0512,20-1 head, including lambs-, which produce/! 7.87 lbs. -per head (including lambs) as against 7lbs. for the previous season. A splendid ,average monetary return of Gs 4d par head was realised, the total wealth produced by the flocks in wool alorte being £34, 959,463. The over sea exports of wool, plus qusuitity re tained in the Commonwealth and New Zealand' for manufacturing purpose, givp a t.otal of 2,G39,280 balpa, which makes.,tho clip slightly better than tho record one of the season 1911-12. Sheep masters of Australasia arjo congra...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 28 July 1914

MYSTERIOUS STOMACH TROUBLES. PRINCIPAL CAUSE REVEALED. . A groat d.oal of mystery is made about stomach trouble*!, and many ro in constant dread oC lifo-long incapacity or tlui horrors of the operating table becanso they experience pain iii region of the stomach for which tlicy cannot account. Instead of look ing for the cause of llio trouble, they » only too ready to describe tlicm. selves us "martyrs to indigestion" or "chronic dyspeptics." Kxcessivo acidity is said to bo the direct cauhe of more than 90 per cent of all stomach troubles, and, accord ing lo many eminent physicians, the occasional use of a reliablo antacid, such aa half a.leaspoonful of pure BI SliHATEt) Magcie.«ia in a liillo water after meals, will do more towards right ing stomach derangements than all tho patent foods and medicines over VOIIUhI, because Lliis [jets at tho root o{ the trouble-slops fermentation of Ihe food contents, and ncutrolihcs tho acids which otherwise would irritate tlj,q . J ? : i u ? "I h...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 28 July 1914

POSITION OF CLUBS. Toatu >> § «. ?§ .2 ' .-S k, o »- o p Violet Town 10 9 1 0 36 Gooram 9 7 - 0 28 I>ong\von 1 10 7 3 0 28 Imperials !) i> 0 0 12 iSalmnttnm 1) 2 7 0 8 Mogloiieuiby 'J 0 . !) 0 0 Bulmattuni unci lCurou have to roplay ii disputed mutch, the result, of which will decide the fourth place. A beliiuda record ! Iu an Ovens aud King Association fo tball match, Milawa kicked 26 goals 53 behinds to iu!,ogaiust Nortli YVaogeratta.

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VIOLET TOWN DEFEAT THE IMPERIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 28 July 1914

VIOLET TOWN DEFEAT THE IMPERIALS. | Violet Taw u were at home to the Imperials on Satuiday Inst, and u9 tlio business places bud closed during the progress of the game, there was n veiy, fair attendance. The Imperials could only muster fourteen men, but made up with local substitutes. Violet Town did not have their best eighteen n field, T'ho yume was started late, consequently it was almost dark when play ceased. The locals had the best of mutters from start to finish, and eventually ran out easy winners, the final scores beiug Violet Town 7.1 G Imperials 8.4 The winners were best served by Kelly, White, Uea, Fair, Hoskin, Hill, Hobbs,Peacock,Muckey,and McCoombo, while for the losers Johnston, Anderson, I'erguaou, Jackson, Beaton and Iiewja were the host. Brock umpired impartially.

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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GET ON THE ROLL. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 28 July 1914

. "GET ON .THE ROLL. After to-dny, only two days remain during which those who have readied tho ago of 21 years may have their names placad upon the Federal elec toral rolls, which will he used in con neclion with the forthcoming elections. Those whose names are not on the roll by July 30, o? who have failed to send in claims that will reach tho electoral registrar, for tho electoral subdivision in which they livo before G o'clock on that evening, will not he entitled to vole at tho elections. Ncglect to en rol means not only the penalty of dis franchisement on election day, but also the penalty of a fine of £2. Enrol ment is compulsory afler residence ex tending over one month in one particu lar place of abodes It is an easy matter to find out whether the name of an elector ap pears on tho roll or otherwise. Rolls, are exhibited at the offices of divisional reluming officers and electoral regis trars', at all post-offices railway stations, court-houses, and other public build, ings...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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VIOLET TOWN'S NEW ENGINEER. MR. REEVES ENTERTAINED AT METCALFE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 28 July 1914

VIOLET TOWN'S NEW ENGINEER. ' MR. HEHVJSS ENTERTAINED . A'P METOALFE. Mr W. C. Reovcs, who was recently appointed engineer to Violet Town sliirc, was farewelled at Metcalfe on Friday,. 17th inst- The following particulars . are taken from the "Mount Alexander Mail."- ' '.A very largo and representative gathering of residents from all. partgof the district, including visitors from Castlomaiue and Kyneton, assembled ia the Shire Hull at Metcalfe, on Friday night to bid farewell to Mr and Mrs W. 0. Reeves and family, who. are now resident at Violet Town. Included among the visitors were the Hon. H. S. W. Lawson, M.L.A., Mr J. A.. Arthur,. M.H. R^, Mr R. I; Argyle, M.L.A., Canon Bishop of Kyneton, Mr N, 6. O'Sullivjin, Mayor of .'Malmsbury,, Cr. .J; d. ..McCurtliy, -president, of -the. Shire .of Glenyon, Ex-Crs. Jus. Lang, T. H. Smith,,Tjiok, Gibbard, and Irwin, and Crs. Pi itchiud, "J3oiii'ke, M^son and. Doyle. > -Mr.,|iaw.sqii occupied the chair,',and at ? the,,co'ncl|fsion' of,a.,...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE. HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 4 August 1914

FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE. HOW SOME SEC UK ED SUCCESS. 1. Cultivato "and perfect your ideas. Experiment. The world is eager lor something new, which, however sim ple it may be, will save labor, or ex pease, or do things bo-'ter Let it be more convenient, or promoto pleasure reduce waste. People who liaud'.e things in every day uso are tbo natural inventors ol hotter things, aud 'he natural capital ists of to-morrow, Kead the sploudid advice that Edison givx'S. Learu the procedure as to pa tenting in the chief countries,-then secure your oivn legal monopoly tor your rights by becoming a patenteo. 2. It that, workman or ioi'oman, or your ingenious friend lias produced a clever invention, put him on tho track famous and wealthy inventors. 4Ir. F. Towsend, an editor, says of tho "Inventors' Guide" : "I am recom mending it strongly to friends, lies-* of tho kind X havo seen. It should do a lot °f S0IK1. It1 Is an incentivo to about patents by telling him where he can obtain tho "luvenors' G...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 4 August 1914

Great' Annual WINTER® Bi I CLEARING H4IS Genuiue Reductions - For CASH ONLY. PC Commencing SATURDAY NEXT, 25th JULY, : and continues for | One Month Only. R. Mitchell, The People's Store. GEO. SMI FH'S . SPECIAL SEEDS' GIANT ASTERS, Stocks, Pansiea pod all Flower & Vegetable Seeds., MY Hnrdv Cold Climate Fruit Trees, Rose Plants,-Shrubs, etc:,-grow rigorously-when transplanted to Milder Districts. ?'?? ? SMITH'S PLANTS ARE SOLD ON HONOR. TRY -THEM. Gash orders-delivered Freight Paid to any Railway Station. Cataloges free an application GEO. SMITH, Seed and Plant Merchant. Est. lSGi. W. J. Johnston, ! General Carrier, etc., Euroa Announces that he has now for Hire a New and Commodious Van, suitable foi Picnic Parties, etc., and capable of seating up to 30 persons. Furniture removed, and greatest care exercised. Rates on appli cation* . Horse Breaking. MESSRS WHITE and JONES wisb to announce that they are now prepared to .undertake briioking-in of.-Yonns Horses" Satisfuction^G...

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DISTRICT NEWS STRATHBOGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 4 August 1914

DISTRICT NEWS FftCM OPIi OWN OOltBKSPONDKKl STRATilBOGIE. Tlio lambing is progrcss'ng favorably enough, but it is doubtful if last year's bigh average will bo reached, p.? tli'o long dry spell in the autumn must in fluence it unfavorably. However, far mers berc have much to be thankful for, as no losses of s!oc.k from hunger will occur, as large supplies of fodder are still hsld bore. Those who have haystacks to sparo will likely be well remunerated 1 his .season, as a griat demand has sprung up from the dry districts. A new publication, "The .Methodist Leader," has been started here, edited by Mr. A. Ray, the Methodist mission aiy, and will prove interesting to mem bers of the. church. The erection of the sheltershed at the township school is being proceeded with, the builder being Mr. A. Waken shaw, which is a guarantee that the work will be properly done. It will supply a long felt want. Milburn Saylor seoms lo liavo now found his match and a little more, in llio loc.il boy, Kay,...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER X. A OATASTROPHE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 4 August 1914

; THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER X. A OATASTKOPHE. "Nut going?" exclaimed Miss Bra bazon, raising, her voice almost to a scream, as her niece stood before lior. lier proud liend drooping, and lier pale lips quievring. "Vou \yill throw away every advantage for which I have toil ed and labored, nil these months! 'l'ou will leave him for a whole day wi h that woman who is doing her very ut : most to supplant you, and is determin ed to get iiim for herself 1 You will undo all the good that has been done by your lucky accident, and you won't bo conteiu nil you've worried your poor aunt into lier grave!" "Is it my fault it I wake with a headache?" her voice weary and sad, after the exhausting conflict she liaci been waging with her heart through the long sleepless hours of the nigh . "A hearache! Pshun'I as if you had not gono out a hundred times with a splitting head, if you thought there was a chance of seeing this young Dev orel in the Bow, or at a tea-squash. What's come over you, girl?"...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 4 August 1914

'TIS NEVER TOO SOON TO MEND THE MENDALL KIT MENDS EVERYTHING Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Harness, Saildlery, Lenther and Rubber Goods, Tin nud Metal Ware, Glass, Clnnn, and Wooden Articles, &c.. A PATCH IH TIME HAKES ALL THINGS PRIME YOU CAN DO IT YOURSELF. SAVES TIME AND MONEY. Needed Every Day and Most Nights You will Wonder liow you ever did without it T UaT notice what the Outfit eomptlm: k itronr Ukt, Star.daT* that J Tour Iron L»u, womea'*. youth*'aua chlldrta't aitee; a S. .... a Turin* Knlfa, t the Outfit e_. . 14, nomta'i, yonthi' atiU childrtn't aitee; a Sewlnff ip i*i«o oaaiul u a Saw Yiie), a Anoetaaker'a Utmner, a Purla* Knlfa, up. PcRrinr ud Dorinr Awle, with liandlM ; en ample »»pply «rrlf» nsita of Tarloiu alin, copnar ellnch rlrate, h«rop, hriitke, wai, Ae.j I Lsatkff Ta%th, patent llarsea* Sewic* * jar of Leather ant, a Jar ot Unbber Solution, & tube ot Liquid Glue, ft pHkece at ...diug Ttaue fa r repalrlnp elothca, *larei.boot npr«"> * .SPP'I Bfttch...

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Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 4 August 1914

Church Services. Presbyterian-Kurrumomus 11, Miepoll 3, Violet Town 7.SO; Air Thomas. Church of Enjrland - Violet Town 11 Stony Creek 3 (no). Violet Town 7.30, Bev. I). A. McK:\cbern. Tamleugh-Thursday, 8 p.m. Methodist-Not to hand.

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BILLIARD TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 4 August 1914

BILLIARD TOURNAMENT. The following tire the handicaps and the draw for tho first lound of the Farmers' Anns Milliard tournament: I). Nicholson 50 v J. J. Clarke 05 J. Corp 100 v G. Neil 45 J, Meyer 05 v T. Hancock 70 (i. McUnomhe 70 v (J. Mitchell 70 C. Ilulniiin 100 v W. White 70 J\ iSvnon 20 v T, Mann SO W. Fair 75 v h WitmiurGO U. McKay GO v R I*t*rr scr. H. Muxwell GO v W. Ilea 50 Tl. Meyer 80 v l)r. Davits 50 b!ul. \V. Lane 25 hlul v J»s Mitcln-11 20 R. Mitchell 20 v R. Ho.slcin 75 J, lJeurd 05 v B. Lylu 60 X* Saxon aer. v T» Hoakin CO Coorsdto.-The local greyhouud, Sir Rupert, which is leased and trained by Mr W. D. Ramage, won the "Fluke" Stakes, at the St James meet ing, run on Friday and Saturday iast. In the first ties Sir Rupert beat Overette; second ties, Sweet Funny; third, Pass over's Pride; fourth, Lincoln Lass, and in the final easily defeated PointB, who had been hurt in the semi-final. The first dog took £i0 of tho Btnke. Twenty-four dogs competed, Dkatii OF Mn. Wj...

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Violet Town Sentinel Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESDAY, 4TH AUGUST, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 4 August 1914

. Violel COUMI Sentinel Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESDAY, 'Itii AUGUST, 1914 COUNCIL MKISTINQ. - The usual monthly meeting of the Violet Town Shire Council will bo held 011 Monday next, I Oth lust. FIRE AT BADDAQINNIE,-About 2 a.m. on Sunday morning last week, Mr Davidson, stationmaeter, noticed that the Baddaginnie butter factory was on fire. Assisted by .Messrs Nnismith, A. Whearson and S. Ramage the lire was got under control. A PnEAK LAIIB.-A ewe owned by Mr. Diaher of Hosedtile gave birth to a seven-legged lamb on Thursday. The superfluous le^s protruded from under thu b-lly, and were slightly looger than the ordinary four. LAMBS DESTHOYED BY Doas.-Dur ing the past few weeks Mr. J. Glover, of Pine Lodge susta>ned the loss of over 70 young lambs which had been attacked by dogs. Thn lambs wire n fine sample and were soon to be sent to the freezer. IMPORTANT SALE.-On Thursday next, at "Ness" cottage, Messrs Watts, Turnbull and Co.. under instructions from the executor of...

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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.") NED RYAN'S NETTING. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 4 August 1914

CORRESPONDENCE (We do not hold ourselves responsible f*«r nor necessarily endorse opinions expressed by our correspondents.) (To tho Editor of tho "Sentinel.") NED RYAN'S NETTING, Sir,-I see in the "Sentinel" of 21st July that Sir. ftl. JlcHugh waited on the Council re Ned Ryan's bit of wire netting again causing such terrible des truction to the rood, as quagmites.wash awuys, siltiiigs-np, and fencing in a portion of the roiid. This "rigmarole" of his irmst bo considered contemptible by any sane .man, as we have lmd the driest winter on record. Now, air. this Mr. McHnglt must be hibernating-he must sleep and dream a lot, for he must have dreauit my fence wa3 his own, as he drew a very exact |>eu and ink sketch of his own fence, his own quagmire,and Billings up in galore," for a lame duck CJnld back over his netting, and rabbits can look over it without sitting up. Then Mr, McLIugh has filty times more road fenced in than I have and he says he got permission to fence in the road....

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WAR NEWS. 1.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 4 August 1914

'WAR NEWS. 1.30 p.m. Reported Germans have invaded -France at several points. Russian armies are crossing into Germany. Heavy firing in North sea reported by wireless Attack delivered on Railway bridge over Warthe River at Neustadt Russians attacked Germans at Millslav but were repulsed. Strong Russian column crossed frontier at at Schwidden. Force of Cossacks advancing on Johannesberg. Reported 2000 Germans cros sed frontier at Nancy and were re pulsed with he#vy losses. All Cerman merchant vessels has ening to neutral ports. Molbonrne 5.37 p.m. Monday , Melbourne and Adelaide stock ex changes closed. Lengthy Cabinet meetings held this - afternoon. Mobilisation of Australian troops expected. British steamer left Hull to recall fishing fleet. Understood that British Cabinet sat till 8 p.m. Sunday, Understood Q-orernment will ask Parliament to rote 50 tnillioTia for defence. French Ambassador, London, issued statement showing Germany declared war when it appeared Russia and Austria w...

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THE SYDNEY ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 4 August 1914

THE SYDNEY ROAD. The Violet Towu shire council has circniariaed the shires between Seymour and Wodongn us fallows: - "1 have the hontfr, by the direction of the Council, to invite yonr attention to the proposal of the Country Roads Board to take over as a Main Road the.' Victorian portion of the Melbourne to Sydney road. To put this in first-class order through out would be un expensive work, and this Couucil considers that the large out lay that would fall upon each contribut ing body would be so great that it would considerably hamper that body and prevent it spending «hut' it should spend for the requirements of the I.ocul Districts. For this reason this Council a^ks your liearty co-operation in an endeavor to make this roud what its traffic de mands, a Government National Road entirely constructed or repaired from Government Funds; Kindly reply as to whether you favor this proposal and if sufficient supports accorded a conference of those interested will be called to formulate n...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 4 August 1914

THEY SAY " That 88 points of welcome rain fell last week. That the fall was of steady, soaking, nature and none of it was wasted. That it practically spelt the ealva tion of tho crops in many places, and was much needed for the grass. That the European crisis is causing a rapid increase in the piice of wheat and flour. That further increase in these com modities are expected. That applications for the position of inspector , etc , will bo r; reived at next Monday's Council mcsting. That 27th August the sh're elec tion day. That there is no talk of opposition to the retiring Crs as yet. That Crs Black, Forshaw, and Mc Shane are the retiring members. That the football semi-final did not go Violet Town's way on Saturday. That Longwood scored a fairly sub stantial victoiy-but it was nearly all in the ec;ond quarter. That the majority of the spectators consideredithe umpiring was Payne-ful, That it was decidedly so from tho T.T. players standpoint. That apart from the poor umpiring Longw...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 4 August 1914

WEDDING. KERRINS-O'REILLY. Tbo marriage of Nellie, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs T. O'Reilly, of ''VieTr Park," Tatura, with Mr Jack Kerrins, eldest son of Mr and Mrs Joseph Kerrins, of Kialla West, was quietly colebrated at the Sacred Heart Church, Tatura, by the Rev. Father O'Connell, on Wednesday. July 22nd. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr M. O'Reilly, wore a charm ing dreBS of white crepe de chene, draped skirt, bodice trimmed with filet insertion, and wore the usual wreath and veil, and carried a shower bouquet. She was at tended-by Miss Dora Kerrins, sister of the bridegnom, who wore a white crystftline silk over dress of shadow lace, and carried a handsome shower bouquet. The best man wa3 Mr M. O'Connell. After leaving the church, the happy couple drove to the residence of the bride's paronts, where the wedding tea was partaken of, only near relatives of the bride and bridegroom being present. The bride travelled in a brown hopsack, with brown watteaa hat, ...

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FOOTBALL. FIRST SEMI-FINAL. VIOLET TOWN DEFEATED. UNSATISFACTORY UMPIRING. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 4 August 1914

FOOTBALL. FIRST SEMI-FINAL. . VIOLET TOWN DEFEATED. UNSATISFACTORY UMPIRING. There was ft veiy large crowd of spectators at the first semi-final of the ttiuoa District Association, between Violet Town and Longwood on Satur day last, plnyed on the Enron ground, and the gate takings amounted to over £13. A large number of supporters followed the competing teams, nnd con siderable in'erest vwa taken in tho event. | Longwood were represented by their best eighteen, and Peacock was Violet Town's only absentee-he having been injured in the previous Saturday's match. Payne, a League umpire, had charge of the game, and bis performance was a very unsatisfactory one, particularly from Violet Town's view-point; and to a large majority of the spectators, who are very emphatic in their disapproval, and subjected him to much hooting and caustic comment. W e understand that it is the intention of the Violet Town club to request the League not to send Payne to officiate in any future match in which...

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