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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 18 August 1914
J. BLACK IE. HORSE & CATTLE MEDICINES BLACKIE'S GKIPE and COLIO DRENCH.-It is a Most effectual re medy in all cases of Gripes or Colic. - One dose''as a rule gives permanent and .immediate , relief. Slany valu : able horses are lost, through not hav ..ing a dose of-Blackie's Gripe Drench at hand, and dangerous i-eme'dies such as gin, Depper, ginger, etc., are admin istered Vith fatal results. Gripe or Colic demands instant treatment, and no stable sheuld be -without BLACKIE'S GBIPE AND COLIC DRENCH.. ,, Price-2s 6d each Drench ar 203 'pet gallon, with directions. BLACKIE'S STONE HINGE BLIS -TER.-A'Vsluab'e and Effective Blis ter. 'combia'iig t'ao vesicant properties rf James' with t'.io absorbent nature of Stevens' well-known Blisters:, A useful and certain-remedy for the u"'"> 6f dfsease'd oir thickened tendons 01 Ligaments, Spavins; Curbs, - Splints, Eing.Uories,t'Sore Shins, Bony, or other Enlargements, Capped Hocks, Gland ular-'Swellings, Strangles,, etc. Price, 2s. 6...
SHOCKING TRAGEDY AT STRATHBOGIE. Son Shoots Father. Mr. H Einsporn the Victim. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 25 August 1914
SHOCKING TRAGEDY ? AT STKATHBOG1E. Son Shoots Father. Mr. H Einsporntho Victim. Quite a sensation was cajised in the town on Tuesday morning when Iho newa of tbo terriblo tragedy at Strath, bogie North, in which Mr. Harry Eins sparn, a well-known farmer, was fatally shot by his son Edgar, aged 22. It appears that owing to a family quarrel young Einsporn was ordered to leave the house some weeks ago. Hb . tl.id so, ..but returned on Sunday last and was again ordered to leave. He then went to the i evidence of his brother- ' in-law (llr. Baensch) and stopped there for the Eight. On Monday the young young man went to Euroa and purchased a Winchester rifle and cartridges, and that night again stopped at his brother in-law place. Between S and 9 o'clock on Tuesday he took the rifle and went to his father's farm. He came upon his father working in a paddock near his house. The father saw him corning and seeing the ride, divined nis in tentions, and tried to get away, but af ter missing hi...
MARKET REPORTS. EUROA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 25 August 1914
MARKET REPORTS. JSTJBOA MARKET. E. Qtribling reports having held his usual fortnightly Bale on 13th inat. and. reports another good yarding of cattle, with a smaller yarding of sheep: In fat cattle .-There was a large yarding but the quality was poor light weight bullocks marking from £8 to £0. Heifers-£5/1C/ to £8/10/. (The latter prices being obtained for heifers fattened on Paithful's Creek Station.) Cows from £5/10 to £7/16 Choppers-SO/ to £4. In Stores.-A large yarding, but very little changed hands, bullocba rising 8 years old at £4/12/. Bpiingevs, good yarding, but of inferior qur.lity, making from £3 to 90/ (good enquiry for good sorts.) Bulls, young, at £3/5/. In sheep: -Yarding consisting solely of fat shrep, fcsing an over supply for the trade, xbeweo to 22/6.lb wethers from 17/ to£)/.l/, Merino do;, light weights 15/6; xb lambB at 17/. Nest sale, August 27th. Also report having sold on account or Mr. W. Leckie, of Kyogle, his property of 84 acres, situated on the Seven C...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 25 August 1914
WEDDING. FORSHAW-HARDIE. The marriage of Mr. George For ahaw, (Tiolet Town) aecand bod of the late Mr. Joseph Forahaw^pf Balliirat, and Mrs. Forshaw, of Munro-street, Ar.Tada'e, and lliaa Margaret Hender son Hard:e, fifth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. ET. H»rdie, of Hamilton, was celeb-rated at Ohr'at Church Hawthorn, by the Rev. H. B. Taylor, on £ vtur day, Auguat 8, when only relatives', were present. The bride was charmingly gowned m grey crepe de chine, and wore a cream Dolly Varden hat, trimmed with tulle. She wa3 attended by her young est Bister, MiBB Grace Hardie, and also by the bridegroom's youngest sister, Miss Florence Forshaw. They looked very smart in ease blue cloth costumes relierod by a paler shade, with Dolly Vardeu hats to match. The bride groom's gifts were-to bride, pearl acd ruby pendant; to bridesmaids, aqua marine brooches. Wedding tea was served at the residence of the bride's s&lt;ster nt Richmond, after which the bride and bridegroom left by the Syd n...
TERRIBLE BURN ON PALM OF HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 25 August 1914
TERRIBLE BURN ON PALM OF HAND. ' "One night I struck a match and tho-.whole box went off in my. hand, . toi' I had a torrlblo burn aorosfl the palm," says Mr. J. R. Worsloy, Mar gate, Tas. "Tho pain was something awful, I wont to tho store and looked for somothing lo relieve, and noticed ilio word "burns" 011 U10 label ofCham borlain's Pain Balm. 1 poured tho -Balm freely 011 my hand and the pain quickly disappeared, and 1 vr;is able to go to sleep. In the morning I found tho skin whole and tho burn quickly healed without even leaving a soar," Sold by ail chemists and storekeepers, "My boy Jack was vory bad with diarrhcea," writes Mrs, M. Leo, Forbes, IN.S.W. "for quito a fortnight lio was ?'ill and got vory (Weak. My husband bought a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and to our sur prise ana doso completely cured him." Sfl^ tiyi All chemists and fttpie&ocpeis.j
DISTRICT NEWS STRATHBOGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 25 August 1914
DISTRiCT NEWS r»ROM ODD OWN OOBBE8PONDEN® STRATHBOGIE. The head teacher of the Strathbogie school has all tho girl scholars busily engaged in the task of making pocket handkerchiefs for tho Australian troops spon to sail for the seat of war. The young peoplo are greatly interested in their work, and a nice parcel will soon he ready, Mr. Alexander Mackrell, who wont to la private hospital in Melbourne for treatment, isj, I understand, coming home shortly, His many friends will give him a hearty welcome back, and hope for his speedy recovery. While driving to tho butter factory .with cream last week, a littlo girl, daughter of Sir. Gillaland, had an ex citing experience, owing to the horse bolting and smashing tho vehicle. Tli'ough she was thrown out and much shaken, no serious results followed. Some good percentages have beeai ob. tained by sheep owners, some almost the century, but, as; a whole, tho lamb ing was not equal to last year's.
CLIPPINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 25 August 1914
CLIPPINGS. Since Australia has a hundred mil lion she'ep, it wouli not be painful for squatters to part with one per cent, and send it on to the hungry troops of the allies in Europe. But there has been dry weather, and fat stock are BO icivrce, that euch a depletion of the flocks would mean dear meat in Au8tralia,and that would be bad policy So say the heads of the Pastora!ists' Association. * * * . . * Bochestor, tho star irrigation colony raisec its freBh preen voice in a.dry and duety laud. All around the lucorne patch only four or fivo inches of "rain hnvp fallen thin Beaeon, but stock are fatter than ever, thank b to the lue ciouB hand-feeding -which the settle ment can Bupply: When. Australia has a thousand Eochesters the Ger mans might think it worth while to come and occupy the place-and by then we will be ready for them. * * * V Mr. Sydney Kidman, the cattle king, has more meat than his family require. He told the Adelaide Abbatoirs com iseion the other day that he had abo...
Violet Cown Sentinel Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESDAY, 25th AUGUST, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 25 August 1914
Violcs Cowtl Sciidlic! Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESDAY, 25th AUGUST, 1914 WILL.-Mr Edward Barton, of Picola, (late of Euroa) storekeeper, who died on May 23rd, left under a will dated Sep tember 2nd, 1908, real estate valued at £2060 and personal property valued at £1702 to his widow, NEW INSOLVENT,-Andrew Mitchell, laborer, of Violet Town. Causes of insolvency - Want of remunerative employment and pressure of creditors. Liabilities, £285/6/11; assets nil. i£i F. G. iiosaoll, assignee. A SUCCESSFUL STDDKNT, - The friends of Mr Les. Houlihan, son ef Mrs Houlihan, of Caniambo, will be pleased to hear that he was a successful candidate at the recent State Public Service examination, held in Melboumo, gaining fifth place. RAILWAY LEAOUE.-A meeting of the Violet Town Railway League com mittee will be held in the Mechanics' on Friday evening next, and all members are requested to attend. A map of the various routes surveyed has coino to hand per Mr M. K. McKenzio, M.L.A. PATRIOTIC...
CANDIDATES FOR THE SENATE. LIBERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 25 August 1914
- CANDIDATES FOB THE SENATE. LIBERAL. Coos, JAMES H. EDQAB, Wlf.L,IAM H. . MAUQEK, SASJOEL .'.-III M'GOLL, JAUEB.H. TRENWITIT, WILLIAM A. WCLKAN, LABOR. BABKBR, STEPHEN BARNES, Joint ' BLAKET, ALBERT E.-HS FINDLEY EDWARD - M'KISSOOK.AKDREW N. RUBBKLL, EDWABD J, (Six Senators to bo Elected.) .^Electors who may tje absent from their own subdivision on Polling Day can record their votes at any Polling Booth on making a declaration before -the officer in charge of the Booth as follows:-"I have not been and ehall hot be- to-day witbiu the subdivision for .which rim enrolled under conditions which would permit of my voting nt a polling place prescribed for that sub division." T. A. SAXOH, Violet Town.
THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 25 August 1914
THEY SAY That at a patriotic meeting in Euroa last weak £180 was subscribed io the room. Mr E. Stribling headed the list with a donation of £-±0. That hopes of n good fall were raised by Tuesday's showers, but though there was every indication of stead; rain setting in, only about twenty points were recorded. That seTeral of our young man have gone into camp at BroadmeadowB, end many more ate anxious to go. That our golfers are busy practising for their visit to Wangaratta on Friday and Saturday next. Thai they hope to give a good account of themselves and bring some of the trophies to Violet Town. That Tuesday last was a busy day at tho local police court, a long list of cases being dealt with. (They are reported elsewhere). That Violet Town's l«Bt hops of the football premiership departed on Satur day, when Gooram proTed too good fur them. That it was a great go up to half-time, and had Violet Town paid reasonable attention to practico and training they must have had a great chanc...
Federal Elections. POLLING DAY: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5TH. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 25 August 1914
Federal Elections. . POLLING DAY : SATURDAY, . SEPTEMBER 5TH. In view of the close approach of tho ..^.Federal Elections, and the importance of electors recording their votes, attention is directed to'the faot, and below will bo found particulars as to candidates: , ? "CANDIDATES FOR HODSE OF REPRE ' SEHTATIVES, Electoral Division ofEchuca; LIBERAL, ALBERT CLAYTOS PALMER. ; FR LABOR. . JAMBS ORB GODRLAY. . Electoral Division of Indi. LIBERAL, AHSRN, CORNELIUS J. LABOR. . MOLOKEY, PARKKR J. . (One repressntativo to bo elected)
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XIII. "IF SHE BE NOT FAIR TO ME." [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 25 August 1914
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XIII. "IF SHE BE NOT FAIR TO ME." And where was Ida, Hamilton? The Hon. Cis Deverel would have given half his fortuno to find out, Captain Val Boresford his favorite horse, Miss Bra bazon ten years of her life-which, as she was past sixty, would have left her but a short timo to enjoy her niecs's society. Lady Elfrida. Mountjoy was much shocked; but there is always some con solation in finding that another's loss means our own gain, and she acknow ledged to hersolf that the gill who had vanished from the scene so sudden ly had been her most dangerous rival. Now there was 110 one to stand be tween her and Cis Doverol, and before th« winter cam# she hoped to go in snd win. Miss Brabnzon went back to her bonne in Halkin street more .illriveiled than ever in outward appearance, more .antankerous and irritable than ever in temper. She was a continual blister to Parkinson's mind, and that patient maid, deprived of the only enlivening .loment in her life, began ...
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 25 August 1914
GOLF. The following pairs have been ar ranged for_ the mixed doubles touma moutfor Dr. Davies' trophy, to be com menced to-morrow : Mrs W. 11. Crockor and Slee Mrs Lane and Dr. Davies Miss Rcardon and Morton Mrs Biggs and L. Mitchell Miss Kimpton and Biggs Mrs Hmconrt and Sanderson Mrs Slee aud Saxon Miss M. Cochrane and MaxwAll Miss E. A. Williams and Harcourt Miss MacDonald and Rea Miss Cochrane and F. T. Crocker Miss Jackson and Johnston Mrs McEuchern and Llolman Miss E. M. Williams and W. Ciockor Miss Tobitt and Lyle Miss Bromley and Creed Miss Kelly and Peacock. Mrs Johnston aud Fair The handicap tournament against bogey is unfinished. Scores will appear Reztum,
FOOTBALL. The Challenge Match. Gooram too Good for Violet Town. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 25 August 1914
FOOTBALL. The Challenge Match. , Gooram too Govd for Violet Town. The. Euroa "District premiership was .decided on Saturday last on the Euroa ground, when Violet Town (challengers) and Goorara met, and tho result was a substantial win for the latter. The 'attendance was fair, though not go lajgc as was anticipated. Payne, a league umpire, officiated, and his work was a big improvement on his last showing at Euroa. It was generally thought that Gooram would, win', and Snore so when it was seen that Violet Town was without T. Hobbs, Leo White and W. McCoombe. However the blue and golds stripped a good team and were confident of putting up a good battle. Gooram was also strongly re presented, and had a line big team. Tho opening stages were all that could be desired from a spectator's point of view, play being fast and open. Gooram, with tho wind, showed slightly to ad vantage, but play was fiercely contested, and little scoring was done. The second 1 term provided anothet good struggl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 25 August 1914
Ther© Is butu-*> ONE Schnapps ... WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS SCHUTZE a CO, Pure Woollen UHDERWEAH Manufacturers. Ladies, Gentlemen's *nd Children'* Combinations, Singlets and Drawers, etc., made to measure. Price Lists and Samples on application. BLOCK ARCADE, Melbourne. 28? Colllns-streot. Take Lift HOBSMAN'S Guaranteed by Us for One Season. Model A.A.A. 50/ Ardslev . . . '-1/ Centaur . . . "12/ Kniekerb 'Kor 21/ 3ntereol*'giate 3"J/6 Berkeley 18/6 Model A.I. . . 37/0 Newport Varsitv .... 35/ Clermont Brighton . . 27/6 Cleveland Climax .... 25/ Tethor . PROSSEB'S 45/ Favorite '30/ Challenge 25/ Unique . Phenomenon Club . . . Association DAVIS Rislev Davis 15/ 17/6 12/6 10/6 2 51 IS/6 ,-12/6 21/ . 42/ The Kavis Beginners' Racquets, 6/6, and 8/6.. Sla zenger's Ayres's, and Spalding's Rac quets in Great Variety. PRESSES 4-Serew, Patent 4/ 4-Serew plain 3/ 4- " Quiekfit 3/6 2-9crovr . . 2/6 NETS Tanned, 7/6, S/6, and 10/6; Tanned, Canvas bound, 12/6; Steam Tarred, Wire Cord, 20/-; The Club, e...
BILLIARD TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 25 August 1914
BILLIARD TOURNAMENT. 1 The following games hare been played in the firdt round of the Farmers' Arms Billiard tournament: D, Nicholson 50, beat J. J, Clarke 65 by 15 T. Hancock beat J. Meyer T. Hoakin 60, beatT. SoxcD,ecr. L»Wimmer 60, beat \Y. Fair, 75, by 60 K. Parr, scr., beat R. McKay, 60, by 34 Br. Davies 50 bhd beat H.Meyer 80 O. McCoombe 70, beat G. Mitchell 3. Beard 65, beat B. Uyle 60, by 28 W. Lane 25 bhd, beat J. Mitchell ecr. Those who havo not yet played their first round engagements are requested to do-so as early as possible.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 25 August 1914
ALWAYS GIVES RELIEF "Ever since my son Reggie 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 had the attack may be, after a fen- doses of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy lie lias always been relieved. I have 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 bottlo In the house." Sold by all chemists and storekeepers ALWAYS ON HAND. . "My liltlo bcty John suffered iwitb c'ol'ds & croup, and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy was the only medicine that would give him relief," writes Mr. J'. Norton, Marrawah, TaS "I consider Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to bo the best medicine for the complaints and make a point of always having it on hand." Sold by (ill chomists and storekeepers, TO STAND THIS SEASON-AT VIOLET TOWN, And travel the surrounding Districts. THE PONY STALLION, ndp« DANDY is a beautiful bright bay pon...
POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Common-wealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfoik Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 25 August 1914
POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS * [Where the term 'The Common* wealth" is used in connection with those rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe laUnd, and Xorfaik Island.] LKTTERS. For every J ounce or fraction thereof. For doll very vritiiin Uie Common wealth . . ? ? . ® For delivery in the British Em pire Foi detivory in the New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands .. 0 J For delivery in otker pimoes .... 0 3j LEfri"ER CARDS. For delivery within the Commonwealth: Singjt, Id. oack; reply, Id. eacSi hail. For delivery in the Blitisli Empire (.see list of phees under "letters ')-bm gle, Id. each. For delivery in New Hcbridei, Banks, ani Torroo Lalauds-SinS'*» 2d. coob. For delivery in other placet- Single, 2Jd. each. POST CARDS. Single Po*tcards impressed with tjie Id. pUtrap, and Reply or doublo earns, each half of which ha* Uio Id. staniij impreBzed thereon, uvay bo tra^Mi-iUs. to places within lie Commonweal!.i,« am. to llioto places, enumerated um'ot "Letters," to :vhioh l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 25 August 1914
Those who havo token this medicine are amazed at its splendid healing power. Sufferers from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, Asthma, Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breathing, Pain or Soreness in the che^t, experience delightful and rapid relief, and to those who are subjcct to Colds on the Chest it is invaluable, as it effects a complete cure, it is moit comforting in allaying Irritation in the Throat and giving Strength to tha 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 all Chemists and Medicine Vendors. BBS!UBL'eaBHEHBBBB«BBBBBBBHKBHBBBBBHBBS»flS«*«.r*';?;* w - BHBBHBftBBBHHBBflBjflBBBBflBBBlinBBBBBBilPBBBJftKXtiBaBMtiS *&lt; " Wool' Wool Grain Skins Sides Tallow Barb Leather Brokers Mew ...
Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 25 August 1914
Church Services. Presbyterian-Violet Town 11 and 7.30. Stony Creek 3, Mr Thomas Church of Ensland - Tamleugh 11, Violet Town 3 (Children's Service) and 7.30, Rev. 1). A. McEachern, Methodist-Violet Town IX, Boho 3f MrT. Gibba; Upotipotpon 11, Earlaton 3 (s), Violet Town 7.30, Rev. J. Edwards; Baddaginuie 11, Mr Johnson, Baddagtnnie 7.30, Mr Peacock. McLellan,-In Bad but loving memory of my dear wife, who departed this life on 24th August, 1906. Inserted by her sorrowing husbaud, James McLellan, and family.