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COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 22 September 1914
COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. Applications for g.'ant oi lotters pa .0111, wliich have beon lodged in the loJioivinU mimes, liavu Ijeoii accepted by thu Uoimu.ssiouur. Messrs. U. 0. Turri and Co., patent attorneys, No. 1 of Australia, of the llialto, 49lJ Collins Street, Melbourne, have pre pared this report from the olli ial re cords : Illuminating Bullet.-Tho point '>> the bullet has a coating of flush light composition. Over this is a s^in oi glue, Whon tlie bullot strikes tin> im pact is suliicieiit. to produco teiupwiry illumination. (Wincaost-er HopJ.it'ng Arms Co., purouaser from T. 0. John son, tho invontor, U.S.A.) I1'1'6 ara sovoral otliar patents being m: ired i by tho same company lor causing 'liu i m.nation on impact, but dillerent ai» ! to details; lor example, in some i ..-t-s, the flashlight composition is ill .'i re cess of tho cap, and tho point ot iln bullet is variously shaped and avranij ea. One of the bullets iB speeu.ily proposed for pleasure snooting, out 11...
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 22 September 1914
GOLF. The fallowing are the cards handed ill for the mixed doubles tournament for Dr. Diivies' tiopliy. Mrs \V. Crocker and Mr Slec were winners with the go i score of 40, their gross scoro being 50. iacoro Hop, Ne't Mra W, Crooltcr and Slee 50 10 40 Miss CochiMiiu and J? Crocker 54 13 *11 Miss K Williuina ami Hai-court Go 14 41 Mies M Cochrane and Maxwell 50 8 42 Misi Jickson in"! Johnston S.'l 10 -13 Mrs Divieiaml I.aue 55 1*2 4H Mra Ij'ilie anil Dr. Unvies .10 5 44 Mi?-. Bromley ami Creel 4(i 1 45 M isa Kiinpton ami 05 18 47 Mis-5 Ht-ardon and Morton US 15 48 Ilia Hi^Muul h Mitchell 57 l' 50 Mr* Slue un-1 SaX"ii 57 G 51 Mre Johnston ami fillr (10 13 53 On Wednesday week Ia3t, afternoon tea was provided on' tlfo links by Mcsdamea McKachern and Johnston,, and was greatly appreciated by the com petitors,
VIOLET TOWN SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, 14TH SEPTEMBER. (This portion of the report was held over from last issue). CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 22 September 1914
. VIOLET TOWNiSHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, 14TII SEPTEMBER. (This portion of the report was hold over from Inst issue). CORRESPONDENCE. : .From J. Palmer, complaining of tlio state in which his fence was left by « contractor, nfter ho had taken gtavel from hid property.-To bo informed that the . contractor 1ms been instructed to put the fence-in satisfactory order." l1'roin T. Ballantiuo and Woodcock, .asking for six chains formation on road through- swamps- at Upotinotpon. Engineer to inspect and report. 'From J. Dunlop, forwarding account ?for £1 for carting limber,-Attended to. Frotu.Jno, Anker, asking that clear ing of road by C. Walter bo continued right through.-Referred to Euroa Council, which had carried out the work. - - .. From J. J. Brady asking permission to fall timber 011 fencing- lino.- Granted under usual conditions. DEPUTATION. r Messrs Wallace and Beard waited on tho Council on behalf of the patriotic committee, to ask that tho Council donate a,sum towirds'the patriotic ...
TURF TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 22 September 1914
TURF TOPICS cBy "tflemingtoii.") it is ovidontly. intended to give Ber agoon another chance on tho '.Itirf. At one time it was thought that tno Uir«i-year-old crack 01 lust wot on hail ueiinitoty retired irorn tho racecourse, but tho tact that ho is now in full training again would load to tho belief that tho racing public will yet sou a littlo nioro ot Ueragoon. ^ In a time like the present, when high class performers aro not so plentiful as could bo wished, tho return of Bera gooii to tho fold is very welcome, and iet us hopo that the vliort to tram tho brilliant sou of Multilorm will prove successful. Last week the cable sent news of the result of an important event on tho English Turf. From tir.s it is gatherod that racing is being proceed ed in the old country^ notwith standing tho grave crisis it is pass.ng through. it says a great deal lor tho courage of tho British people whon in the midst of their greatest trouble they can with as liglit a heart as may be turned for the mom...
STRATHBOGIE RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 22 September 1914
STRATHBOai S R MLW\Y. The shire engineer. Mr W. O. ReevbB,'" li;is forwnideil to the Violet Town railway Ije»«nu tlm following report in connection with tlie inspection, of the routes made on Wednesday last:?- . "Gentlemen,-I desire to rsport to you that on Wednesday,'- tho lfiih inst., as arrouged, we traversed the Bolio . surveyed railway line from the weir to the tableland. Mr Hoslcin drove Mr1 Underwood mid I out to to weir, and returned to meet us again on the Saw pit (fully road. Mr'Underwood and I, starting from the Weir, could find no " original marks for.the first mile. Mr Q-. ITorshaw met us, and h. little distance further on we wore ' mst by Messrs Hammond and Htirrell. We found* blazed line nearly continuously until reaching the tableland. . Tho lino from the weir for about one and a half miles traverses steep rocky sideling, from there to the sixth milo is fairly lovel land to first saddle, where it , is said a thirty feet cutting is proposed, again through sideling fot...
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 Norfold Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 22 September 1914
! C'STAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term 'The Cuiumon .oaltb" is used in connection with ihoso ui&lt;>6 and regulations it inciutics l\n>ua,&lt; ^>rii Howe island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTEHS. For every 4 ounce or fraction thereof, bor delivery within the Comiuoii ..woaith .. ...... ... ... ;. .... 0 1 For dttliverj in the British Em piro " * For deJivory in the New Hebrides, - I Banks, and Torres Mamis ... 0 S For delivery in other places .... 0 2J LBrmt Cards. . . | For delivery within the Commonwealth: Singifc, Id. oaoh; rojily, la. each half. For de'lHory in tiio Biitish Empire (.soa list ot placet ui>uer "Letters ')-Sin gle. Id. each.. 3Jd. each* POSTCARDS. Single -Postcards impressed with tnt td. stamp, and Roply of double cards, each half of which has the Id. tun:]) impressed thoreoii, may ku trausn;ii.n to places within, the Commonwealth, and to. iiloso places, enumerated i; ".Letters,"' to which letters ma.v bo transmitted at the rate of i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 22 September 1914
E!Elr!!SRaZ!;BS!HlilBHHaaHB«IHriCH*HOHKl!r7.»S.'5nia!.^55E> aa W9 Grain Skins Hides Tallow Bark Leather Brokers Agemcy Co. Ltd. » date of eato. Woe! Sales Evary Tsat;Say. Grain Every Wsdasdsj Other Prodtice Three Times a Week Liberal Advances Made Better Shipments UnrlortfiSitm OR (Vtrner'o Accoant Three Month's Free Storage, &lt;u. «u Grain rocelTcd Into St*»re rrorin iai Kitj«eju-;stfr tc 5£-»;~fnar&lt;jti. otfter wbicn ona cieatn attotr&d. nernl Agents-Victoria. Eircriaa and Queensland for Cooper's Sljeeji B!p. *t A^ento la Viotorla CnoonsSand for the rclctlas 2aaarnace C«.. Offices: Collins anu KEsmj Streets, Kcjionrno. . "S9»astB«S!WSI*B«H«!KSW«i iianH-.oKaBHHiJsv.oiBSSciiirasiNfcfiHnaBissajiosBnasiuaHaii H. H6NSHHLL chemist, huroa. DESIRES lo inform the pnblic that the Greatest Relianoe can bo placed in the PURITY and FRESHNESS of his STOCK of DRUGS and CHEMICALS, as EVERY ARTICLE is positively NEW-without one single exoeption. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTI...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 22 September 1914
Spring AnnouncementJ WE have' pleasure in announcing tlie arrival of our NEW SPRING GOODS, and cordially invite you to inspect our Exhibition of the Season's i LATEST NOVELTIES. iii all "Departments, commencing SATURDAY, 5th SEPTEMBER We are making a specially attractive Display in Millin&lt; ery; Ribbons and Flowers. , This Department is replete with the newest, designs-in Trimmed and Uritrimnied Hats" for Ladies and Children's, ?wear. We are also showing a wide range of all the Newest in Dress Goods, Floral and Embroidered Voiles and Muslins and Crepes. Print's as ysual -we are 'making. °a llUyit? S ? I III Lo specialty in this'.line-and have indented a fine assortment;which will, be'ito handv shortly. As usual we lead in our Lace and Embroidery ' Depart ment, and are showing some dainty designs. Neck-wear being a special featuraof this Season's dress-1 ing, we have catered extensively for it. FANCY-WORK-In this: section - Miss Tobitt has selected some beautiful designs in...
MELBOURNE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 29 September 1914
MELBOURNE LETTER. [ !l is hoped that tho liwvo to iu crcaso A uhtr;i 1 i:i 11 ninnufuoturet-, mid thus render us indopoiideni or lonli . ... .'i nations will prove more than a Hash in tlio pan. Wo talk largely now upon tlio need i'or capturing Germany's trade for Britain and Aus tralia, but will wo not, wlion, at long Inst, tlio war is over, and normal con ditions again hold sway, revert to tlic old onsy-going fashion of taking tlio goods tlio gods provide without troub ling ourselves over mucli whore tliey como from, and satisfied that thoy aro serviceable and do not involve any strenuous departure from the busi ness of eating, drinking, and boing merry, that lias up to now, made up such a considerable portion of the Mini of oxistence with us. Somo indication of the trend of tlio movement was afforded at the monthly mooting of the Victorian Chamber of Manufactures the other evening when u letter was received from the South Australian Chamber of Manufactures, requesting tlio Victori...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 29 September 1914
SCiiRECK'S POULTICE. SCHRECK'S POU'-TICE. CAN CUBE TUBERCULAR JOINTS, POI SONED SORES, ABSCESSES. BOILS, CARBUNCLES. J AH WHITLOW, SPRAINS. BURNS. VND BAD LEGS. All Chemists-1/0 *nd 5/8. CUMBERLAND ROAD. PASCOF VALE fN**r Cohurff! 'AD&T1© PERMANENTLY CURES Hydttidi, LJverand Kldcey Troufcfa;, Ocitrlc ulcert. luterr.tl Gron'Jr. 3/6 tad 5ft per bottle. Oicrnfib \r ! Store*. S. A. PALMER, 18!) FLINDERS LANE, MELBOURNE IHE MYSTERIOUS PLANCHETTE PAST, rUBSENT AND FUTURE . REVEALED . &«te»Ufe!*i n«Mdt» UoeipUJanfal* Dttply Interwtlaj. Troly Wonderful iUplie* to quttUbfll m «U Mtyct*. ge«] tdvkc, Want of fapeDdtag duirer. Wtl) xu&t tad ptUi >o rskrlos, to» ' d>rt«tloBS fortune Wtl) xu&t tad ptbi it ; a ftkft »4Ui peffcif, prtaltd dirtmoB*, romuic ... Stn, fe. In HtUr.B.Crown, ?" ft THE UWON CO, ni ut*M FT- H«ik w i-k m ? fc v.-, . .Jiv'. Straw ,C ft .ii'/rK'i -. s^Vicrf rT.fti . -V'Sf .?«, re. ^ Sg2j p Urns PURE AND VERT WHOLESOME, " DISTILLERY ESTABLI...
Violet Town Sentinel Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 29 September 1914
Violet Cou)i> Sentinel Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1914 REMINDER.-E. Stribling's stock sole takes place on Friday uext, 2nd October. DENTISTRY.-Mr H.&lt; V. Harcourt vis-its Violet Town on Friday next, 2nd October. PATRIOTIC CONCERT AT BOHO.-A concert in aid of the Pat.ioiic Fund, will be held in the Boho church on Wednesday (to-morrow), at 8 p.ui. MORE VOLUNTEERS.-Violet Town boys are still enlisting and T. Murray, J. J. Clarke, and W. Wallace (late of Boho). are in camp with the second contingent. IMPOONDINGS,- A list of stock im pounded at the Shire pound appeared in last issue, and if these arc not claimed and expenses paid, they will be sold ou 14th October, VOLOSTEEUS WANTED.-The shire president, Cr. Auckland, by. advertise ment elsewhere invites the enrolment, at the Shire Hall, of suitable meu for the Second Expeditionary force. CEMETERY WOHKINO BEE.-The working-bee for improving the appear ance of the Violet Tonn cemetery is to be held ...
A HORSE "WRINKLE." [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 29 September 1914
A HtfaSE "WRINKLE." A correspondent lias forwarded to au exchange for the benefit of brother far mers . a method for teaching a young horse to back into a loaded drav, -which ho has never known to fail. In backing a horse into the shafts of a loaded vehicle, it constantly happens that the horse, strikes the points of one of the shafts, and, becoming nervous, Tcfuscs to go into his place. Some horses in swinging from side to side, knock down the shafts or tip np the cart, with the result of breakages. A simple remedy is to make fast a rope or rein to the shaft on the near side by two half hit ches, run forward the rope on the in side of the shaft past the horse, and, holding it taut, back the animal along the rope. If lie starts away from the rope at first, he is clear of all obstruc tions. When he finds that it is to a certain extent yielding, aud does nnt hurt him. lie gains confidence, and, guided by the pressure of the lope, passes the point of the .-haft without any encounter, t...
PATRIOTIC MEETING AT CANIAMBO. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 29 September 1914
PATRIOTIC MEETING AT OANIAMBO. A meeting in aid of the Patriotic Fund, was held at the Caniambo hall, on Saturday, 19th inst. Cr Buckland, president of the Violet Town Shiro . Council, occupied the chair. Patriotic addresses were given by the chairman, Dev. VV. Taylor, Dookie. Rev. Phillips, Mooroopna, and Cr Heuderson. ? At the conclusion of the addresses a sub scription list was token round and £28/13/6 was subscribed in tho room. Collectors were appointed to canvass the , district, A ladies committee was also formed to assist in the lied Cross movement. The chairman proposed a heatv yote of thinks to the reverend gentlemen who had so ably assisted. The motion was seconded by Councillor Gordon Henderson, and curried with acclamation. The collectors for tho district were appointed as follows; - Councillors Buckland and Henderson, Messrs Bradshntv (hon. sec.), Wall, Gibbs, Telford, Meldrum, Thomas, and Imray, who will again meet on Saturday, October 17th, when all moneys are to be h...
COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 29 September 1914
COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. ^ Application lor grant of lottery p.i tOiii, which have been lodged in iho xui.tMUug names iiuvb been aeieptcu ,» mo couimisbiocer Me«r». U\ G. Turri and Co., putuit attorneys, 1S0. 1, of Australia, ol tliv Jtialto, 409 Collins Ktieot, .Melbourne, iiavo prepared tbis report from tho ei iicnil records: Making Hydraulic Cement.-Earths a iv treated by acids, Jiout, etc.-Jlr ".A- Oakley, Now South Wales. Collapsing Food Sale.-A sheet me tal sato lias its sides with eliding II v Uy.pruof scroll joints, tiiere bting other RpcuJiu detnils.-MBi>9i's. A. iyiiiivsuii aud Son, purchasers from K F tjougu, South Australia. luois and Codings of Concrete. . iieso nro made in situ by pouring ce oyer a centering into moulds. Decorative effects are seuurable The whole combines strength, attractive ness and economy.-Jlr. S. B. Jlar chant, South Australia. W(iter Sprayer.-A frame containing nozzles is mounted on ground rollers aud tho hose is attached.-Jlr. \Y. H. Crawley, New...
THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 29 September 1914
THEY' SAY That the Benalla Show takes placn on Tuesday and Wednesday next week, and the Euroa show the following week. That Nagambie's protest against Euroa was upheld by the W.N.E.F.A. delegates and Euroa is now "oat of the hum.'' That the final match between Nagnm bie and Murchison is to be played to morrow, it Seymour. That Uarlton won the League pre miership on Saturday, defeating South Melbourne by six points. That with the continued dry weather the outlook becomes more serious each day. That a few light showers,aggregating 13 points, fell on Thursday, but the promise of a beneficial downpour was not fulfilled. That the outlook is poor, aud thero is slackness in till branches of trade as a result. That a combined church service, with a collection in aid of the patriotic fund, is to he belli in the Mccl^nics', on Sun day 11 tli intt., at 3 p.m. That Miss Cliessell is now booking orders in rotation for Spring Dresses, and ladies are advised to make arrange as soon as possible, so...
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XVIII.. FORBIDDEN FRUIT IS SWEET. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 29 September 1914
THE MASTER PASSION. OHAl'TElt XV111. FORBIDDEN 1' ItUlT IS SWEET. Captain Bercsford had certainly hoard of the dangers which, in iairy to!o or history, surround those gpjdeu clusters which. are called forbidden fruit, but nevertheless he hovered round it, deaf to conscience, common sense, and prudence. Hie sight ot Ida was to him like water to the desert, or rest to the weary,. He had longed for her with such hot impati ence, that it had worn him out like a positive fever, and he went about look ing a. mere shadow of his former selr. AU along he knew that he was a fool, lor first sho was engaged to his and now she was the wife of another man. Still, lio told himself that it it was a pleasure to him to seo her, lie could do no harm by driving down to St. John's Wood whenever ho had the chance. Her husband left her too much to herself, and it was only an act of Christian charity to cheer her solitude. Poor Christian charity has often to bear strange burdens, which are not suited for i...
COMBINED CHURCH SERVICE COLLECTION IN AID OF PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 29 September 1914
COMBINED CHURCH SERVICE COLLECTION IN AID OF PATRIOTIC FUND. It has been dccided to hold a united people's patriotic service1 in the Mechanics' Institute on Sunday, 11th Octubor, (it S p.m., when Addresses and prayers will be given and an appropriate programme of hymns rendered. .A col lection, in aid of the patriotic fund will bo taken up. The following pro gramme of hymns (Saukey'a) will bo rendered: 617-"0 God, our help in ages past." 789--'How P rm a Foundation " (Uf>-"All hail tho power of Jesu's name." 611-"Onward Christian soldiers." 6'6-t-"The Son of God goes forth to war." . GBO-"Eternal Father, strong to s Ale." "God save the King." For Chronic Chest Complainls, Woods' Great Peppermint Ceje, lflfkl.
Third Round [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 29 September 1914
Third Round D Nicholson 50 v. W Lane 25bbd K Mitchell 20 v. Er Davies 60bhd EParrscrv.T FToskin CO L Wimmer a byo I met a l'ttle cottage pirl, A cold was in her head ; Her hair was lank and out) of curl "Tish-oo!" the poor child said. 1 kiie>vhor parents so I s&id (And no word could be truer), Her health will soon return again With Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.