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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 — 29 September 1914
POSTAL RATES AHU REGULATIONS [Whero the term 'The Co^unon wealfch" is used iu oonuoctlon wit.li theso rateg nnd regulations it includes i'apua,: Lord Howe Island, and Norfoik Island.] LMTKIlfi. For every J otinoe or fraction thereof. For delivery within the Conur.oii weuJtii 0 1 For dolivory in the British Em pire ., - ... ® * For deiivery in the New Hebrides, iiaoika, and Torres Islands .. 0 3 For delivery iu other places .... 0 2fj LtirrER CARDS. For delivery withiu the Commonwealth: Sincit, Id. each; reply, Id. oacli half. For delivery in Sbe liitEsh Empire ibc? list of placen under "Letters")-Sin gle. Id. each. Kor delivtry in New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands-Single, 'M. eaoh. For delivery in other piaoes- Siuylo, 2Jd. each. POST OA11DS. Single Fo:;lc:irtU impressed with tile Id. stamp, juid Reply or double cards, each half of which has the Id. stamp impressed thcroon, may be transmitted to places within fche Commonwealth, and to those places, enumerated ui.der "Letters,"...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 29 September 1914
jjj|\' o For ELDERLY PEOPLE a The SAFEST, QUICKEST and BEST REMEDY - for 1 COUGHS AND GOLDS RONCHITIS CURE Equally Beneficial to Young Children If not cblninable in Your District, send direct to W. G. liEARNE & CO. LTD., GeeIong,Vic. PIHC&. 2/G and 4-/G as DH KM Wool Grain Skins Hides Tallow Bark Leather Brokers Agency Co. Ltd. All proceeds ore held In trim*. Bach ounor'o ooncltfn niont Is itdfed by (faelf Add can an »;iepcot&lt;ad any tine np to dot© of sate. Yiosl Saios Ivoiy Ttissfey. OttJaor Prodccs TUrc P-.-'a EVSFK WS&ssSsj Tluiiiis a V/^gh L&aral Advau«®s Made Cottar Shipment* Undertaken on Owner's Account Throe Mcsrtii's Pros Siorotje on njj Oroir. readied Into Store from 1st y*cc©m!>cr to MAt waroh. after irmeo 031* mouth anowe4. aeral Agents - Victoria. Sivaria.-i and Queensland for Cooper's Biioep Cip. e( Adflnti In Victoria & Q:icstial&o£2 for ISio Paleilca Insurance Co.. Offices: Cotv.tes cmd &.lag Strae...
Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 29 September 1914
Church Services. Presbyterian-Kacramomua 11, Miepoll 3 Violet Town 7.30 Mr Thomas Church of Kngtand-Marraweeney 11, Stony Creek 3, Violet Town 7.30, Rev D. A. McBachern Methodist--Violet Town 11, Warronbayne West 2 30, Badduginnie 7, Bcv. Edwards; Violet Town 7.30, Mr Johnson; Baddaginnie II, Mr T. Gibbs; Boho 3, Band 3. Earlston 3, Mr F. Peacock; Upotipotpon 7, Mr F. Wall
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 29 September 1914
Spring Announcement! WE have pleasure in announcing the arrival of our NEW SPRING GOODS, and cordially invite you to inspect our Exhibition of the Season's LATEST NOVELTIES. in all Departments, commencing ery; Ribbons and Flowers. This Department is replete with the newest designs in Trimmed and Untrimmed^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 Grepes. have indented a fine assortment which will be to hand shortly. As usual we lead in our Lace and Embroidery Depart ment, and are showing some dainty designs, Neck-wear being a special feature of this Season's dress ing, we have catered extensively for it. FANCY-WORK-In this section Miss Tobitt has selected some beautiful designs in White and colored work, and ladies interested are cordially invited to inspect the assortment. Before selecting your Spring Costume and Hat come y;cc fhoccoll who brings excellent cre dentials from ...
BILLIARD TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 29 September 1914
I BILLIARD TOURNAMENT. The following game3 were played in ! iho second round of ihe Farmers' Arms ! Billiard tournament: K Parr scr beat G McCoombe 70 W Ldno*25 bhd beat J Meyer 05 R Mitchel) 20 beat J Corp 100 T Uo?kin 60 beat T Mann 80 L Wiinmer60 beat H Maxwell 60 Dr Davies 50 bhd be it J Beard 65 D Nicholson oO beat W White 70
THE STRATHBOGIE TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 29 September 1914
THE STRATHBOGIE TRAGEDY. When tho report was received by telephone in Euroa o£ the murder at Strathbogio recently, Senior-constablo Draper was informod that the alleged murderer was at large, and with a, gun had barricaded himself in a house. The constable required assistance when go ing out to effect tho arrest, and Mr. G. M. Allen at onco offered his ser vices, while others who had been told did not appear to relish the undertak ing. However, the man gave himself up, and so eliminated the element of danger; but Mr. Allen's action prior to this has earned the warm commendation of ihe police authorities. Superintendent Davidson accordingly wrote to the Chief Commissioner of Police as follows : "This is a matter which I ctonsidor'ed should be brought under tho notice of tho Chief Commissioner. 1 consider v?o aro under a debt of gratitude at least Id Mr. Allen for the action ho adopled in going to the assistance of tho police, on which might easily have proved to ho a mission involvin...
STRATHBOGIE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 29 September 1914
STRATHBOGIE NORTH. iho continued dry weather is Begin ning to affect both crops and grass, but if rain should come before the end of the month both would bo re stored and there would be ample time for a good season. ^ Notwithstanding the bad times show ing for the future, weddings have been plentiful, no fewer than five having taken place in this district, this month. At "Sunnyridge," Boho South, a double wedding took place on the 9th, the contracting parties being Miss Bertha James to Mr. Robert- Russell, and Mis3 Jane James to ~Mr. W. Brierley, of Strathbogie North. The Rev. Edwards, of Violet Town, was the officiating cler gyman. On the return of Mr. and Mrs. Brierley the well-wishers turned out their tin cans to welcome tnem home and after beating the tins for some con. . siderable time they were greeted .with two shots, which dispersed tire crowj' in haste. When half a mile hjid been covered in quick time they congregated again and thanked their host for such a splendid recepti...
BALMATTUM. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 29 September 1914
BALMA.TTUM. Sinco my last a nice fall o£ rain took placc, amounting to 35 points, Although light, under present drought conditions, it has freshened up crops, but unfortunately, only a small qrea benefited. Drought conditions still continue, time after time rain appears to be near at hand, but the wind veers round south, and all hopes o£ a beneficial fall are dispelled. At present conditions have reached a very acute stage. Should a fall occur at once wheat crops will have a hope of recovering, but oat crops are doomed, and manv are put ting stock on them, as they arc beyond redemption.
VIOLET TOWN AND DISTRICT PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 29 September 1914
VIOLET TOWN AND DISTRICT PATRIOTIC FUND. Further donations promised: A Fletcher £5 0 0 T Symcs 0 2 G Geo Aldrldgo 0 5 0 W M Crocker 5 0 0 £10 7 0 Amount previously acknowledged: ' £101 9 6 The total now reaching £111 17 0 On Sunday afteraoon, lltli Octobor, at 3 p.m. a servieo will bo held in the Mechanics' Institute, when aJdresses will be givou by Clergy of tlio town and appropriate music by the choirs will be rendered. Efforts aro being made to gat the Euroa Bund to be prescn'.
THE ECHUCA ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 29 September 1914
THEECHUCA ELECTIONS. The district returning officer ( Mr. Black) on Tuesday, at Echuca, made tho declaration of tlie poll for Echuca. Tho returns were oompleto on Friday last, but the declaration wxis postponed to suit tho candidates. The total votes recorded were Palmer ... ;.. 16,805 Gourley 12,053 Majority for Palmer 4,752 Mr. Palmer, in returning thanks to the electors for the fifth time, and in moving a vote of thanks to. the returning officer and his staff, said that the election machinery had worked well and smoothly, lie recognised that the will of the majority must be given, ef fect to, and that in these critical times tho Government must bo given every assistance in managing the affairs of Australia. As representative of the wholo division he would endeavor to do his duty to all sections. Mr. James Gourley seconded the mo lion, and thanked those electors who had given him such a largo vote. He thought that tho people would bo so well satisfied with the administration of th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 29 September 1914
RELIEVES AT ONCE 141 hove always found Chamberlain".* Colio and Diarrhoea Remedy an absolutely safe remedy for colio and diarrhoea'" says Mrs Jttlia Wakoly,7S naUS'xvet, tVangamii.N,Z. For many years 1 mllercd from colic pains bub alnce uniog Chamberlains Colio and Diarrhoea Romcdy find that my g«ocral health is mtich improved for it rulievoa suffering afconeo; HAD DIARRHOEA WniLB TEETHING "When teothinc my little girl suffered from Diarrhoea ,w says Mrs. Alico. A.Powell, Creasy,Tas. 1 When first attucked I took her to the doctor, but his treatment did her no pood whatever. As sixteen chJIdn n had died of diarrhoea in the previous week 1 waa greatly alarmed, I gavo her a few dog es of Chamberlain s Colio and Diarrhoea Remedy and the result who aimply marvell ous. In » few hours I noticed a decided improvement and tbo child was quickly woll *£&n. SoW ty a. lUtehtlU" 1 NEVER HESITATES TO 11ECOMMEND THEM. "My daughter suffered with indigestion nnd tried many medicnes without ge...
SYDNEY ROAD CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 29 September 1914
?,J 1 ?' - SYDNEY EOAD CONFERENCE; The conferonco, convened by Hie Violet Town Shire Council, to consider the desirability of making an dudeavor to have tho Sydney road token over by the Government as n nitional road, and thereby relieve the imiuicipaliiies fioni any expenditure thereon, was held at the Shire Hall yesterday, when Cr Buck land (president of the Violet Town Shire) presided, and the following dele gate* were present:-Crn. Runcinian (Euroa); Brodio (Goulburn), Cook (Oxley); Skehan (Kilmore); Chnrton (North Ovens); and Gordon, McShnne, Forahaw, Mitchell, and Wilson (Violet Town), and letters, promising support were received from the shires of Chiltorn. Benalla, Wodonga, Bioadmeadous and Broadford. A telegram was received Mr M K . McKenzie, M.L.A., regretting that, owing to his brother's death, he could not attend." Or Forahaw moved that a letter lie Bent to Mr McKenzie, expressing the sympathy of the conference Or Gordon having explained the object of the conference, sai...
STRATHBOGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 29 September 1914
STRATHBOGIE. A largely attended meeting of sub scribers to. the Patriotic Fund, was held on Saturday, 10th iu8fc. Mr. W. Arm strong presided. The secretary announ ced that £43 7s Gd in cash had been received, with some outlying promises, and it was resolved to. send a first Instalment of £42; half to the Bel gian Fund and half to the :Lord Mayor's ftind. Quite a number of subscribers stipulated that their donations should ho sent to help the distressed people of Belgium, in their present unfortunate position. i A Jargely attended meeting of the Farmers' Association was held on Sat urday, 19th, when the question o£ tho im provement of the Morton road was con sidered. It is understood that an eff fort is to bo made to havo portion of this road brought under the notice ol the Roads boanl. Tho traffic during thef grain season is very heavy and the road is often in a bad state. A light shower fell on Friday night and on Saturday and Sunday a heavy wind storm occurred. It dried up the lit...
DISTRICT NEWS. KIALLA EAST [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 29 September 1914
DISTRICT NEWS. (Prom our Correspondent.) KIALLA EAST During the Inst few days there has been a succession nf south-westerly gules, at tim.'S tin! wind being very stronir. Oa Thursday n little rain fell during the afternoon, G points being registered. The crops are holding out well, and should rain come even now a rapid recovery would be mads. The oat crops are now well out in ear, though very short. If conditions do not change there will be no hay cut. A little wheat may be harvested. Appearances arc worse than in the year 1902, but still there is hope if rain falls immediately The rainfall for the year to date is G 99 for this locality. Further west, and only some six miles, about 3 to 4 inches has fallen. The majority of the crops there are eaten off and in many instances it is as bare as in summer time. Far mers are making arrangements to truck their stock away to Qippsland and other favored places.
IDEAS OF INVENTORS. COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 6 October 1914
IDEAS OF INVENTORY COMMONWEALTH l'ATENTB. Applications lor Letters Patent, as uiiuenniiitioned, liavi! been lodged recently with the Commissioner. MOB SIS. Ci. G. Turn and Co., Patent At torney No. I, of Tho Ilialto, 499 Col lins Street, Melbourne, liaro preparad this report from official recordB. Handling of Groin in Bnlk-'Andrew E. Heath. Filling with Wator Fruit Tree Spraying Apparatus Tanks-Edwin H. Trescow thick. Automatic Sasli Holder Improvement -Horiett. Beiricko,; Milking Machine Teat Cups-Claude H. Davis. Railway Lover Crossing Autonialio Alarm Signal.-Cecil Gregory. Machine for Washing Domestic Croc kery-May Dove and Olivo Dove. lH&lt;\k'o for Overcoming the Railway Break of Ga uge-Joseph Lobb. Appliance for Lilting Loose Grain and other Prodnce-Harry Mapper. Heating Device for Incubators-Ern est C. Franklin. Gato Operating Devices to Prevent Sagging-William H. Bauert. Fastening Steel Bands around BaleB or Bogs by Improved Means-William K. Collins. Draft 'Attachme...
SOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 6 October 1914
SOCKS. Two plain, purl two, It's littlo olso ii woman can do, Hut bear sons, and -watch thorn grow, Till marching out of her Jifo thoy go. Knit live, purl one, X doubt if over a mother's son In war's causo hacked and cleft, Knows half the hurt of the woman that's left. Slip one, purl eight, There's nothing left but to hope and wait, And the seven tasks of Horcules Would count as littlo compared with these. Turn, slip, then the heel, Out of sorrow comes haply weal, But fuir times are far away, And thore's many weep for thoir men to-day. Cast off, the thing's donel Many a husband and many a son Find death in hapless war, Nor ever know what thoy fought it for. Two plain, purl two, It's little else a woman can do, But boar sons, and watch _ them grow Till marching out of her life they go. -Nina Murdoch, in tlio Sydney 8un.
RIFLE CLUBS UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 6 October 1914
RIFLE CLUBS UNION. Tho annual meeting of the North Eastern District Rifie Clubs Union was held at Euroa oil the 9th inst., when the following clubs were represented : Euroa, Boho, Strathho^ie, Longwood, Yea and Strathbogie North. The l>a\- j ance-sheet, which showed a credit of about £11, was received and adopted. A letter was received from the Super visor ot Ilille Clubs, notifying that the Broadfonl Club was desirious of l>e. ing transferred to the Metropolitan Union, No. 19.-It was decided to offer no objection From No, (i Union, Wan garatta, suggestion amalgamation with this union.-No action. Office-bcarcrs wcro elected as folows: President, Mr. P. J. Cummins, Longwood; vice-do, J. Llewellyn, Boho; auditors, E. Stribling and J. E. Maxfield; council, G. E. tlean and A. B. Anderson (Yea), \V, G. Mackrell (Stratbbogie), A. II. Tay. lor (Strathbogie North), \V. Pearson (Euroa), W. Pearson (Creighton's Crk.) and R. 3. Wilson (Bolio.) The . secre tary, Mr. E. Gallagher, tendered...
ALWAYS GIVES RELIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 6 October 1914
ALWAYS GIVES RELIEF. "Ever since my son Reggie jvns twelve months old I have given him Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for his WHip," says Mr. Joe Stephens, War Ten, N.S.W. "No matter how bad the attack may be, after a few doses of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy be has always been relieved, I have recom mended Cl\amb(\rlnin's Cough Remedy to dozens of people, as I consider it ttie best remedy for colds and croup, and would not he without a bottlo in tho bouse." Sold by all chemists and storekeepers. For lironchial Coughs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Curo, la Gd. For Chronic Chest Complaiuts, .Wjttdg* EnPPBWW
WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 6 October 1914
[ WREN'S INTERESTS. (By "Anibrosiuo.") it u a j.ov.a toot' ».i m ui'co.ui^ lu uuu » eu&lt;uia as UK/ a.I llalj.; U^UUlCl, llloin 01 tnuii* iiiCe w ill 10, *ji o.t^b, look at iuoai ;ts tmey UUH45 suouluur to shoulder, and juugB whether the oifect bu inu'iuonious, it the dresses ap pear to sulK or to look annoyed, irri tated, and ereu »n£ij at tli« mere presence ol each other, thou there is SJUiothiiii; wrong. This happens wiien uiere iv any ..ttempt at mixing the classes. All crosses, no mutter how simple or how grand, should bo ot tho same class; then tho woman who wears thorn presents a perfectly even, harmonious appearance to the world. A morning tailor-mude should speak the same jargoii us a "dress" tailor made ; a simple dinner frock .should b« on intimate terms with the linost court gown ever made when they liavo to live in the same wardrobe. But a simple morning tailor-made will feol dreadfully out of place if it is sudden ly asked to gossip with an afternoon frock whi...
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XIX. STOP. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 6 October 1914
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XIX. STOP. There was a long train ui carnages blocking ttie way, lor the English arc a music-loving pooplo, and their fav orito prima donna never failed to hu the house. Tho opera had already be gun when Mrs. Duval and tho Mar quis of Belgrave arrivejl at Covent Uarden. Ida, wrapped m a. long wlnto cloak trimmed with marabout, looked liko a swan as silo bailod through the crowd into the lobby. A solitary diamond star glittered amongst her sott brown curls, aiul she carried her head like a queen. Many eyes followed her graceful figure with admiration, some with a faint recognition, wondering where they had seen it befVre; others witli frank delight, as at tho first sight ot a thing of boauty. No deUght, but grave disapprobation, mixed with a slight surprise, in one pair of dark oyes, as Captain Beresford stepped 111 front of hor. "Mrs. Duvall" "Yea," with a slight blush which seemed to herself quito unreasonable. "Lord Belgxave is with n\e, and his sister ...