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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Common-wealth" is used in connection with those rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 4 August 1914
OSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where iJie term 'The Coiuinou fvealfch" is used in connection with those rates and regulations it includes I'apiia, Lord Howe iBliind, and Norfolk Island.j LETTEHS. For every i ounco or fraction thereof. For deliver}' within the Common wealth .. .. 0 1 For delivery in the British Em pire * For delivery in the New Hebrides, Iianis, and l'orros Islands .. 0 S For delivery in other piaces .... 0 2J LETTER CARDS. For delivery within tho Commonwealth: Sing'to, Id. eaoh; repl^, Id. each half. For delivery in tlho Biitish Empire (.see list of places under "Letters")-Sin gle. Id. eaoh. Fur delivery in New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands-Single, 2d. oach. For dolivery in othor places- Singl*, 2Sd. each. POST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed with the Id. Btamp, and lleply or dcmblo cards, each .half of which has tho Id. stan:p impressed thereon, may be transmitted to places within tho Commonwealth, and to tbow nlac®*, ®nvmerat«rl under "Letters,"'to which let...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 4 August 1914
-Heame's Bronchitis Cure Those who have taken this medicine are amazed at it3 splendid healing power. Sufferers from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, Asthma, Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breathing, Pain or Soreness in the che3t, experience delightful and rapid relief, and to those who are subject to Colds on the Chest it is invaluable, as it cfleets a complete cure. It is most comforting in allaying Irritation in the Throat and giving Strength to the Voice, and it neither allows a Couijh or Asthma to become chronic nor Consumption to develop. Consumpcion is not known where "Coughs" have, on their first appearance, been properly treated with this medicine. No house should bs without it, as taken at the beginning, a dose or two is generally sufficient, and a complete cure is certain. \ *SoId by all Chemists and Medicine Vendor®. KB KB HH Wool ;3S£S; Wool Grain Skins Hides Tallow Bark Leather Brokers lew Zealand La I Mercantile Agency Co. Ltd. Ha£on°dflne' ^'SttSS^^l!tAa£SVin »£!?,?,3 RD to date...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 4 August 1914
J. BLACEIE, CHEMIST, EUROA. HORSE & CATTLE MEDICINES BLACKIE'S GEIPE and COLIO DRENCH.-It is a most effectual re " raedy in all cases of Gripes or Colic. One dose as a rule gives permanent and immediate relief. Many valu able horses are lost through not hav ing a dose of Blackie's Gripe Drench at hand, and dangerous remedies such as gin, pepper, ginger, etc., are admin istered "with fatal results. Gripe or Colic demands instant treatment, and no stable should be without BLACKIE'S GEIPE AND COLIC DRENCH. Price-2s 6d each Drench ar 20s per gallon, with directions. BLACKIE'S STOXEHINGE BLIS TEE.-A Valuable and Effective Blis ter, combicuig fc'je vesicant properties oJ James' with the absorbent nature of Stevens' well-known Blisters - A useful and certain remedy for the of diseased or thickened tendons oi Ligaments, Spavins, Curbs, Splints, Eingbones, Sore Shins, Bony or other Enlargements, Capped Hocks, Gland ular Swellings, Strangles, etc. Price, 2s 6d per put. POTTS' CLEANSIN...
CLOVER WITH WHEAT. FODDER FOR SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 11 August 1914
CLOVER WITH WHEAT. i'ODDKlt :FOH . SHJEIil'.. lho valuo of red-clover as hay crop .sown with tho wheat lias been proved at the Glen inni-s Experimental Farm New South Wales, - -whore tho practice is followed- of broadcasting about 101b of seed six weeks or so after wheat is up, merely. running the har row over the young crop before sowing tho clover. After the wheat . har vest, the clover is cut as.a. fray crop, and its value is exemplified in.that at Glen Inncs, during the itfa'rly pan of the past winter, some 200 sheep, chief ly eight months old wenners, wore fed on red clover hay at thk irate of lib a head a day. The- sheep'tdok''to the hay readily, and more than held their own on this-class* of. fc«d.. In the feeding, it was pimply scattered about in .the paddocks, and the sheep picked it up off the ground. The cost work ed out at just under ono half-penny a , head a day. Tho only exponas were j the cutting, marking and stacking.
SOIL SICKNESS EXPERIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 11 August 1914
SO IL SI CKNESS EXPERiM ENTS. 1)1 an [article 111 . a'Gerwau publica tion ail expert deals interestingly with the question: o£;soil, sickness, .aiid des cribes experiments which he has car . ried out] with liax, peas'and barley i in order jto throw'iihtlior light'on the relation of soil sickness and these crops While his investigations Here necess arily of ; a' somewnat preliminary na ture, ha' considers the following con clusions may be safely drawn from them:-There are two forins of sick ness in flax, "germinating" sickness and "growth" sickness. Tho "ger minating" sickness xif liax, in which tho seeds rot away in the ground, pre-' sents similar symptoms'"'of' "germin ating" sickness of peas. In the case of both plants tho. rotting, away, which ' is probably caused by pectin ferment bactoria is, apart from the question ol vitality of the seed, dependent not "only on the soil -conditions, such as dampness, but also 011 temperature and tho number of micro-organisms attack ing the se...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 11 August 1914
TO STAND THIS SEASON AT VIOLET TOWN, And travel the surrounding pistriots. ANDY is a beautiful bright bay pouy v stands 14.2 hands, and is a very fust mover iu barne?8. Dundy iio!d« Government certilieate, N&lt;>» 46G, granted at Alexandra parade. September 14th, 1 DOT* Dandy's niro is Daudy Junior, by Old Dundy, out of Kvelyn, by Rubin, who waa the iceord jumper in Ikt day, having annexed many prizes. Dundy's dam, Tibby, tire Toby, by Lyalpi Duokin (Imprrted). g dam Sully, by Iiriglmm Youuj/, by Tum-o-nhauter (Iiiipor* ted), a g dam Nellie, by Quick Silver, by Tuuy, imported woUh cob, Terms £2 10s. Guarantee £3 3s. I at first service. lUlanco when mare proves in foah All information can be obtained fiom THE POliY STALLION, W. H. WHITE, V iolet Town. Genuiue Reductions For CASH ONLY. Commencing SATURDAY NEXT, and continues for Ooe Month Only. R. Mitchell, The People's Store. GEO. SMI TH'S . SPECIAL SEEDS GIANT ASTERS Stocks, Pansies and all Flower & Vegetable Seed...
ALWAYS ON HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 11 August 1914
ALWAYS ON HAND. » "My little bcty John suffered jwitb colds & croup, ;md Chamberlain's Cough Remedy was the only medicine that would give him relief", writes Mi'.' 3. Jfartpn, Marrawah, Tag. "I consider Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to bo the best medicine for the complaints and mate a point of ?always having it on hand.". Sold by all chemists and storekeepers. ALWAYS GIVES RELIEF. "Ever - sincfi my son Reggio' jvas twelve months old I have given him Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for his croup," says Mr. Joe Stephens, .War ren, N.S.W. "No matter how bad the attack may bo, after a few doses of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy he lias always been relieved. I havo recom mended Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to dozens of people, as I consider it the best remedy for colds and croup, and would not be without a bottle in tho house." Sold by all chemists and storekeepers.
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XI. LOOKING IN VAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 11 August 1914
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XI. LOOKING IX YAI.V With a item iixed lace, Cis Deveie) pursued his way amongst the laughing crowd, glaring at every, stand or post of vantage that he passed, iu the- ex pectation of linuiug" his betrothed in close juxtaposiviou to his, own especial friend. , .tfrieu0s-. kept-coming, uo. u kimj when he ' .would-, ask them, ?;»!cU anything of Beresford P" "in ..u*^v.'vios?» tone, and break ? ivuy from tu-jjii w tbey answered in the negative, fcayiug he was in a hurry. A pres^ui of evil was upon him, and' yen-'lie I'-Ja himself that it was absurd to be wixk ous; of course she was sate . cuu ijjii. She was no child to be carried off ty *v gipsy-worn an, «nd sold "to & sfciolhng player, for the sake of her pretty J \Vhen these infernal races were' 'i rei, Beresford would bring her hack-; and she would smile her pretdest surue and ask to be forgiven. But he would, not forgive her Jtle would show Joi once for all that he was not to be&lt; playe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 11 August 1914
There is but-^ Schnapps ... WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS r LIVE STOCK INSURANCE JLLL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATH 1TEOK ANY CAUSE. _ FOALING RISKS ? COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAL . ., , AND DEATH FROM AN7 CAUSE THEP.E | ?? AFTER. tATES LOWEST CUJRfiENT. CLAIMS PROMPTLY PAID. 'CTIVEv;AGENTS WANTED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED " DALGETY $ CO.. LTD. MEI.BftVlWR. NEW MODEL VEGA THE FINEST SEPARATOR ON EARTH Where Trill you find a Se parator that skims as close - - ? . us the VEGA 1 Where will find a Separator that is so beautifully finished - so easy turning? Where will . .. you find a Separator at such easy prices NEW MODEL "VEGA." 12 gal. . . . . . £3 15 0 18 gal. ...... 5 0 0 - , 2S gal. ...... 7 0 0 " 55 gal. ...... 10 10 0 -SO gal. 15 15 0 Write for full particulars, Dept. K. BUCKEYE HARVESTER CO. H 52 Francis st-, Melbourne. AGENTS WANTED. SCHRECfC'S POULTICE. SCNRECK'S POULTICE. CAN. CURE TUBERCULAR JOINTS, POI SONED SORBS, ABSCESSES, BOILS, CARBUNCLES, JAR, WHITLOW, SPRAINS. BURNS, . L...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 11 August 1914
IN MEMORIAM. ^ JOHN KELLY.-Who'died August 13th, f 1911. ; ; ; * - . God saw that his footstep3 faltered, - And his Jheartgrew weary and weak, So he bade him rest for u seasoc, . For'the pathway had grown too steep ..years will Toll and time will fly, And every leaf will fade and die; Every rising suu will set, But you, dear husband, I never shall forget. Inserted by his loring wife, M. J. Kelly.
VIOLET TOWN SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, 10TH AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 11 August 1914
VIOLET TOWN SHIRE COUNCIL. . MONDAY, IOtii AUGUST. Present: Crs. McSlmne, Btiekland, Henderson, Rouch, Wilson, Black and Gordon. In the absence of tile president for lvhoui an npology wnsrend, Cr. McShauo was voted to the clmir. The minutes of previous meeting and outward correspondence were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From Department of Public Works, asking payment of fi.at instalment, £24/0/6 on Wire-Netting. From Benalla A. and P. Socicty, asking that Wednesday, 7th Oetotjr (second day of show) bo proclaimed n public holidoy.-Granted. From Sliire of. Rutherglen, in reply to circular re Sjdney road, stating that that shire had agreed to the Bourd taking oTer the Sydney road. From Shiro of Wycheproof, re land tax valuations, and the high cojt of securing same, stating that Council was of opinion that the Slate valuation should bo the standard 0110. They were .putting the matter before other Councils with ajview to united action.- Suppoit to ba given From Shire of Goiilburn,...
Violet Town Sentinel Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESDAY, Utii AUGUSI', 1014 [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 11 August 1914
Violet Cotuii Sentinel Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESDAY, Utii AUGUSI', 1014 HEV. It. A. SCOTT.-Her. It. A. Scott paid a flying visit to Violet Town on Friday last, on bis return "to. Yen from Wangaratta, and was welcomed by many of his old parishioners, The rev. gentleman is looking well and is well satisfied with his:preseut sphere of labor. SHIRE NOMINATION DAY.-To-dny .is Nomination day for the shite of Violet Town for the-annual shire elections ?which tako place on Thursday'27 th inst. Nominations must be lodged with Mr W. 0. Hooves at the Shire Office between the hours of 10 a.m . aud 4 p.m. TESDBRS FOR NEW SCHOOL AT BOHO SOUTH.-Tenders will be received until 12 o'clock on Thursday, 27th August, for a new school building at JBoho Sotuh. Particulars aud conditions may be learnt at the Public Works office and at'State School, 13olio South,and Police Station, Bennlla. " ECUOCA ELECTIONS.- Mr A. C. Palmer, M.H U., will, address the electors at Violet Towu, in the Mechanics' ...
Warrenbayne West. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 11 August 1914
Warrenbayne West Qu Wednesday, July 22nd, a concert and dance was held in tliu Jubilee Hall, Baddaginnio, there being no ball at Warreubayne West suitable' or large enough to bold the enthusiastic gather ing that was expected, and was present, When the chairman, -Mr Johnston Wilson, set the ball rolling, by explain ing the objects, viz., The desiro of tlie residents to obtain an organ for their use at the school. The performance was a lengthy ona and visitors were present to assist from Violet Town, Boho, Swan fiool, Bonalla, Tarnook and Marraweeny, is follows:-Mrs Clarke, Miss Olnike, Mr J. Underwood, Mr J.Kelly. Mrs Q, White, Mr Cunningham, Mr Duwd, Miss Rolfe (head teacher), and Mr Bums. There were also physical ex eroises by the school children and a dialoguo by tho Misses Alcorn and McPherson. Tho quality of the items was above that usually given in tlni country, and the audience were par ticularly appreciative of the efforts of tho vaiious artists. Advantage was tnlion of the ...
WAR NEWS. Melb, Monday night. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 11 August 1914
I WAR NEWS. Molb, Monday night. The French and Belgian forcoa arc reported to have effected a junction in Belgium. Italy expected to throw in her lot with Great Britain. Liegfl in still intact, and Geraanns are Baid to be fighting listloaaly," and , are Baid to be starving, and many (in clu ling officer*) have surrended in order to obtain bread. The Germans aro reported to have occupied Wariaw, the capital of Poland. , Spain is mobilising 150,000 men as a precaution. Portugal has decided to support Great Britain. V A. Biitish warohip has catpured a Soman steamer with £500,000 in ' gold on board. Up till noun on Monday over 2000 Victorians ,had volunteered for ser vice. .Montenegro has declared war against AuBlria. Austrian troops have crossed the Russian frontier. A corrssf cndenfc in MThe Times" decla.ja Australia is capable of cap .tui'wg the German possessions ;n toe Pacific; China has requested United States and J *pim to co-operate in. preventing hostilities in Chinese waters o...
FOOTBALL. GOORAM v. EUROA [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 11 August 1914
FOOTBALL. GOOfiAM v. EURO A; -The second semi-final in connection with tho Euroa District Football Asso ciation was played on the Euroti srp'iml on Saturday last, when Gooram and the Imperials met. It was generally ex pected that Gooram vvo.uld have an easy task, but such was not the case, as; lyiroa (who were assisted by P, Walker, Bahnattum, and "Nigger" Bell) kept Gooram busy all through, find there was, never a great deal" of dif ference in the tallies^ Gooram, how ever, were always a little too good, and eventually. won with a couple of goals to s ae. Tho match was rather uninteresting', and the attendance \vit3 poor Kaniiin,. of tho league, umpired. Next Saturday Gooram ahd Longwood will play .off tho final match-on tho. Euroa ground, the winners of which will play Violet Town in tho challenge match on the following Saturday.
THEY SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 11 August 1914
THEY SAY. / That the war is the chief topic everywhere. That the scarcity of news is very annoying. Everyone, naturally, wants to know what's going on. ~ That the posting of the latest news at the "Sentinel" Office was appreciated last week. That a great "news-hunger" is evi denced by the rush lor the papers and any information that filters through. That apparently there will be jio paucity of volunteoi 3 to make up Aus tralia's quota of twenty thousand men. That Gooram defeated the Imps in last Saturday's semi-final football. That Gooram and Longwood will play the final on the Euroa ground next Saturday. That V.T. will meet the winners on the following Saturday-and- hopo to &lt;3q much better than on their previous meeting. That our lads should make the most of the remaining fortnight and practico. and train. That rain is again needed-the fall is a very lonfl way short of last year's That the j;olf club is still going Strong. A handicap match against bogey is to be played d...
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 11 August 1914
GOLF. On Wednesday (to-morrow) a match will be played between teams picked from . the members by the president and the captain. Afternoon tea is being provided by Mrs Lane. TIib president's team is as follows Mr and Mrs Sice, Maxwell and MUs Cochrane, Holman and Miss Brumley; Lyle and Miss Kinipton, West "»ml . Miss MacDonald, Oreed and Miss E. M. Williams, F. Crocker and Miss fi. A. Williams, Rev. McBacheru and Mrs 'McEachern, lien and Miss Reardon. The captain's team is as follows Dr. Davies and Mrs Davies, Johnston and Mrs Johnaton, Lane and Mis Lane, W. Crocker and Mrs Crocker, Fair and Miss Lane, Peacock and Miss Smith, Harcourt and Mrs Harcourt, Sanderson and Miss Kelly,' Morton and Miss Tobitt, Biggs and Mrs Biggs. Pairs will be arranged for any mem bers whose names are not included 1 above. Curds in connection with tho men's ( tournament handicap against bogoy, for trophy presented by Mrs Lane, aro now available, and only those received from J the secretary will be recognise...
THROWING AWAY FAT. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 11 August 1914
THROWING AWAY FAT. Some farmers arc queer. They think a dollar spent for Hoard's daily ' man is wasted. Hut they will thr.-iw 1 away nearly a pound of butter iat a j day because tlioy do not handle their farm separator as it should ho handled. This has been proved in numerous in stances. They do thir> because they do not know what they are about. In tlireo days they have wasted butterfat j enough to have paid for a paper a i year that would have told them better, i ^Gqod knowledge is always a good in- ' ve~scment. Ignorance always costs j more knowlcdgo. Get out, of tlio shadow into tlio sunlight whore ! .Vdu can s«u nlist is going on.
DISTRICT NEWS STRATHBOGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 11 August 1914
DISTRICT NEWS . F rnou oca OWN OOBBESPONDKST STRATHBOCTIE. .The splendid rainfall of last week - - was exceptionally welcome, as the . con tinued long, spell -of dry, frosty wea i tlier checked all growth. The rainfall ? for tli'e week amounted to 130 points, anil it fell so gently and warm that that it was equal to twice the quantity under less favorable conditions. Grass, and crops arc growing well, and'the prospects of an early spring1 are good, as the wcMhor is very mild for the time of the" year. An exodus o£ our young men is tak ing place several having gone to New South Wales during the past week for llio shearing. Handsome cheques arc brought home each season, and no doubt the present one will be no ex ception though tlio conditions owing tile : drought, are not quite fayorablo, I have to notice with regret that Mr. A'. Mackrell, one of our most popular residents, who is I understand in a private hospital in Melbourno is still'in a serious' condition. Ilia inanv friends hero...