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CONCRETE ON THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 10 November 1914

CONCRETE ON THE FARM. Concrete is the coming material for a continually increasing number of farm uses. To-day it is being successtHilly used'on the dairy and other farms in the place of- timber in the construction of lloors, troughs, gutters, tanks, ditches, dams, paths or building blocks, so that the following authoritative directions may be found useful. The ingredients for making concrete are cement, sand and water. Nothing but the best cement should be used, and it is best in a fine, powdery condition, con taining no lumps, Cement should be stored in a dry place, as dampness is an injury. The sand used should be clean, sharp and not too fine, ft should bo free from loam or ''lay, as these will tend to destroy the adhesive quality and to re tard the setting of the cement. Clay mixed with the sand may be removed by washing. By sharp sand is meant that the edges of I lie grains must bo sharp and not round or worn off as is often {he case with sand found in the W'd of a stream. Coa...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXIV. TURNING THE TABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 10 November 1914

THE . MASTER JfASSION. CHAPTER XXTV. TURNING TH K TABI/HS. The next day, true to his resolution, Raymond Duval escorted Ins wife those fashionable dressmakers, Messrs. Cutlack and Gilham, Somerset Place, Portmnn Square... ; Ho gave his own directions, and Ida listened while lie discoursed; the dressmaker listened us if the exquisite costumes were to be worn by him instead of herself. There was not to be a scrap of color about either of them, in leaf, bow, or iiowur. : , "The color in both instances will] be supplied by herself," ho said gravely, as he pulled his moustache, "and you have only to follow the lines of her figure exactly to make the dress u suc cess." "I quite understand, sir; cream-col ored satin, with a good deal of pearl embroidery introduced, fringes of the on me, and draperies of white lace." "Yes, plenty of failing laces on both dresses, and a hat for the morning, one with a crowd of drooping feathers. Understand, 1 wish my wife to bo the best, dresser woman there....

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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THE STATE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 10 November 1914

STATE ELECTIONS. Parliament was dissolved on "Wed nesday. Directions for the issue of writs for the general elections have been given. The arrangements are BB below Writs issue-Jlonday, Nov. 0. Nominations-Monday, Nov. 16. Polling Day-Thursday, Nov. 26;

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HINTS ON REARING CALVES. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 10 November 1914

; HINTS; ON REARING CALVES. (By 'si Practical Australia!! Farmer). In; order to, secure .strong, healthy calves it is .csse'niiaVJhatVtlic- eow bo well- eared f.or, proviortST to giving .birth.. She 'should be" well-fail during lier milk ing period, and should'-have- li rest , of from six to eight weeks prior to calv ing. If the cow is milked too close up to the time of calving-thc calf will bo deprived of its full- supply' of nutri ment; and the cow's milk yield during tho following lactation .period will be greatly reduced. I Dry ^ov.'s ? should not? be turned into poor country^ but should be/kept in good -working condition. If good pas tures* are not available, dry coivs should bo supplied with food, of a. laxative character," such as : bran, \ lucerne, greenstuff .01- ensilage.' Cotfs about to calve "should be kept in - close, handy paddocks; and if much milk is made previous to calving the uddci'. should be eased, but not milked dry. Allow the calf to remain with tho cow for.on...

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RAPE AND KALE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 10 November 1914

RAPE AND KALE. (Krrini Hesse's " Agriculture in N'uw Zeuluml.") Both thesa cropsJbeloa^Lto'thojsnmc natural order hud to"the,saine;.genus_ as, the turnip and cabbage. Tliey are all included botuuicnlly: among the . cab bages; or brassictfo, and thejgreat/diver-, sity in form which they . exhibit,,'is striking. | ThoSej\iUfferonc_os j arc jprin'-... eipally confined -to,, tho stem arid'leaves. The llowersj .fruit/anil ^'seed,-^are «o< similar that, it - is' riot easy, to distin guish; them; ; I J ; f. J ^ ;.'t[ RAPE.-B." cnmpoatris, var.'Uapa, is really a cultivated variety of tho Swedish turuip, in which leah has been developed, while tho root remains, divid ed and fibrous. Botauically, the two plants are identical. > ' . : . - KALE.-B. oleracea,'var. Acephala," is a variety of tho cabbage, possessed of an extraordinary constitution, and capable of; throwing .up; a copious . crop of fodder, for several years if not al lowed to run. toi seed, s . Tho rape, kale, turnip,...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 10 November 1914

In Memoriam. CLARK.-In loving remembrance of / . my dear husband, John Henry Clark, who passed away on the 11th Norember, 1913^ at Harry's Creek, Violet Town. Lonely and sad, I eib at night And think of the days gone by, When' we eat together by the fireside, Dear husband, yon and I. I watcbcd him suffer day by day, It caused mo bitter grief, To eee him alowly pine away, But could not give relief. Inserted by his loving wife Catherine Clark.

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VIOLET TOWN SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, 9TH NOVEMBER: [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 10 November 1914

VIOLET TOWN 8HIRE COUNCIL MONDAY, 9TH.NOVEMBER: ,'The usual monthly meeting of the abort) was held yesterday, when there were present:-Crs. Buckland (piesi ' dent), Black, Forshaw, Roach, Wiinon, McShane, Mitchell, Henderson anc Gordon. The minutes of the previous meeting and outward correspondence wero read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From L«nd8 Department, asking views of the Council regarding leasing of gravel reserve at Gowangardia, for which application had been made - No objection to grazing license. From Depirtmont of Public Works, stating that all stocks of wire-netting had become exhausted, and for the preseut no further supplies could be ob tained.-Received. From State Rivers and Water Supply Commission, asking if Council had any objections to the granting of the appli cation. for sale of Water Frontage tn - allotment! 46a an 46* on Woolpreei Creek, Warienbayne.-To lay on table for a month. From Crown Law Offices, aBking in formation regarding an enclosed letter .: fr6m...

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Violet Town Sentinel Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 10 November 1914

Violet Coion Sentinel Published Every Tuesday Morning TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1014 HELD OVEB-Portion of the Coun cil report and other items are un avoidably held oyer. DEATH.-The death occurred on Sunday evening. 1st fast., of Mrs H. Eiosporn, of Strathbogis North. De ceased had been in ill health for Boms time, and the shock of the recent family tragedy hastened the end. SPOBTB cum.- A meeting of the sports club is called for Friday evening next at the Mechanics', to consider the matter of holding a sports meeting this year. Members and others interested are requested to attend. Godlbdun VALLEY SKAT.-Mr A. McBride McLelland, one of the can didates for tho Goulbtirn Valley scat will address the electors at Violet Town on Wednesday next at 8 o'clock, and at Miepoll on Thursday at 4 p.m. HORSE SALE AT Besali.A.-Messrs Campbell nud Suae, Kirk's Bazaar, and M. Q. McNamara and Co., will hold a special horse sale at Beualla on Wednes day next, and will have buyers for an unlimited number of...

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DISTRICT NEWS STRATHBOGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 10 November 1914

DISTRICT NEWS fVBGtt OUB OWN OOEBE8PONDBM7 STRATHB0G1E. There arc many nice crops in "various parts of the district, but these have all been sown early, and the land well worked. Where crops were sown late, or the ground badly worked the re suits will not be good. It is stated that as a result! of tho failure of the wheat crops in somo places, owners of harvesters are con. trading io harvest crops here, and it isr thought that a grea}. deal less thresh, ing will be done this year. I am glad to say that tho marriago market was never better in tho hills than this year. The latest to take up tho matrimonial state is Mr. J. R. Smith, youngest son of Mr. A, G. and Mrs. Smith, who was married to Miss Smith, of Melbourne, last week, and who Is going to reside in our midst. Mr. and Mrs. Smith will have the good wishes of residents for their future wclfaro. Rev. J, Garde, of Euroa, is tc* cnn. duct the service at tho Strathbogio Presbyterian Church on Sunday and at tho closc of tho. service ...

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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 10 November 1914

FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE IIOW SOME SECURED SUCUESS. 1. Cultivate Qnd perfect yaur ideas Experiment. The world iB eager for something new, which, however, sim ple it may be, will save labor, or es pouse, or do tilings better. Lot it be moro convenient, or promote pleasure reduce waste. Peoplo who handle things in every day. uso arc the natural inventors 0/ better things, and tho natural capital isU of to-worrovr. Read the splendid advice that Ediaon gives. Learn the procedure as to pa tenting in the chief countries,-then secure your own legal monopoly for your rights by becoming a patentee. 2. it' that workman or foroinu , or your ingenious friend has producod 0 clever invention put him on tho tvacl. of famous and woalthy inventors. Mr. l'\ Townsend, an editor, says of tho "Inventors Guide," "1 am recom mended it strongly to friends. Best of the kind 1 have Been. It should do a lot of good. It should do a lot of good. It iB an incentive to about by telling him where bo can obtain the "...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 10 November 1914

THEY SAY That » tennis match is beiDg arranged between Yislct Town and Caniambo, at Violet Town, and will be played during the month. That there is a great nnmber of cases of influenza and colds in the district. That the attendance at the local school has been considerably offected by the epidemic. That a meeting of the cricket club will be held in the Mechanics' on Thursday next, wheu an attempt will be made to re form the club. That the Cup resulted in a win for the outsider, KingBburgh, a 20 to 1 chalice, and 25 to 1 chances in Sir AKvynton and Moonbria filled the places. That the local "contingent" of Cup visitors has returned, poorer and wiser, hating again subscribed to "Ikey." That running a country newspapei is not all sunshine. A rural editor gives the following hint:-"The fellow who can play billiards, smoke cigaro, shout for others, trip it to Sydney, go to the races, otc., should not overlook the fact that he owe3 us a couple of quid." That the opening carnival at the En...

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STRATHBOGIE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Temperance Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 10 November 1914

STRATHBOGIE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. temperance Sunday. Thore was a crowded congregation at tho above church on Sunday last, tho day appointed by the Assembly as Temperance Sunday. Representatives of various rcchabite tents were present, and special hymns sung bearing on tho subject. The prcacfwjr was Mr. A. E. Eastman, the gifted missionary in charge of the Gooram station. lie took for his text St. Luke, 18.3, "Avenge me of mine adversary." In introduc ing his subject the preacher pictured a poor widow who was robbed of her land by a rich neighbour, who in her distress came to a judge for justice, who thought best to grant her request, rather than bo disturbed by her con tinual prayer for redress. It is not widows and children only who are rob. bed by tho drink traffic, said tho preach, er, but rich and poor of all the com. munity. It was the duty of the church and the Legislature to take up this question in a whole-hearted manner. Tho church which acted towards tlioso calling for help...

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LUCERNE AND MAIZE IN PORK PRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 10 November 1914

LUCERNE AND MAIZE IN PORK PRODUCTION. Lucerne ami maize arc a splendid combination for cheapening tlu» produc tion of pork. At Orbost, in .Eastern Gippsland, Victoria, large numbers of pigs are fattened in this manner. They are run out 011 the lucern* stands and topped "off on maize ami pumpkins. They are seldom if ever shut up to fatten. The u*nnl method is to throw , the maize cobs out to them, and they I will do the threshing. Pumpkins, su gar beet, or mangels make an excel lent addition to the grain. When thev are used its consumption is lessoned. | Snowy River fanners estimate that tin- < equivalent of two bags of shelled maize i will, together with the lucerne, suOico ! to fatten a pig. When fed conjointly ' with one or more of the other fodders i slightly less will be required. In the' United States of America the value of ; lucerne for fattening pigs is becoming generally recognised. There the ani- t nials are ringed to prevent rooting the i ground up. They harves...

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STATE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 10 November 1914

STATE ELECTIONS. Mr J, D! Mitchell, the selected Liberal candidate for the Goulburn Valley seat, addressed a meeting of elector! in the Mechanics' on Friday evening last. Mr J. McShano occupied the chair.. Tho speaker said ho r* gretted to find, while travelling through tho electorate that the amount of interest was not taken'in tho elections that should be, probably on account of the war and the fact that people were too busy with their ovra troubles of feeding and watering stock, etc. These things, howover, should make them giro more attention to the elections, as it was' in ? times such as these that the best men were required to govern the country. One of the lessons brought homo by the prssent' drought was the need for mors water conservation, and the speaker was greatly in favor of storing water in the apper reachea of the Goulburn and the Murray. Another matter that would hava his hearty support was an active immigration policy, It was a well-known teaching that people who di...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 10 November 1914

DYSENTRY CHECKED. 1 M My iittlo daughter when 14 months old WR3 very ill with dyaentry Bays Mr. Win. F. Long, "Rose Villa, CmudeD Street. Newtown, N.S.W. * '&ly Mifc was told of Chamberlain » Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy aod I got a bottle at onco. We gave it to tho child as directed aud after six doses the dyaontry lefb her; her appetite returned and she had all the energy of a healthy child. Sold by R. Mitchell. RELIEVES AT ONCE " I have always found Chamberlain"* Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy an absolutely safe remedy for colic and diarrhoea'" 6aya Mr Julia Wakoly,78 Ball Street, \Vaugan«i,N,Z. For many years 1 suffered from colic pains but since usiog Chamberlains Colic nod Diarrhoea Remedy find that my general health la much improved for it rclievao fiufferlng at ouoe. - Completely Run Down Owing to indigestion. DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILL.8 EFFECT RAPID CHANGE. "I was suffering with indigestion for a period cf eighteen months and found no bevieiU from many medi cines used,...

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MILK AND SILAGE. AN INTERESTING EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 10 November 1914

MILK AND SILAGE. AN J NTEHESTING EXPERIMENT. A farmer in England some time ago made the following experiment:-He had a twenty-six acre paddock of Eng lish ryo grass, one-half of which ho made into hay, Hhc other into silage, Twenty cows in full milk were then taken, and to ten he fed as much hay as they would eat. The other ten got as much of the silage as they wanted. The experiment was carried out for some mouths, aud the silage was found to last quite three times as long as the hay. During the time of the experi ment the silage-fed cattle gave much more milk, and kept up tho quality better than those fed on hay. Outside persons were asked to compare the con ditions of the cattle, and they all gave it in favour of the silage-fwl. They were in better condition and their skin softer than the hav-fed animals. The mailt, therefore, was that the silage fed beasts gave more milk, were in bet ter condition, and were fed three times as long from thirteen acres of land as those that were f...

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GOOD YEARS AND DROUGHTS. FORECASTS UP TO 1930. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 10 November 1914

GOOD YEARS AND DROUGHTS. FORECASTS UP TO 1830. Mr Clement Wragge, F.R.GS., tha one time Queensland Government meteorologist, and the foreteller of the disastrous Australian droughts, hai computed forecasts for the seasons up to 1930. Baring 1914 and part of 1915 ha Bays, the rainfall, taking. Australasia as a whole, nil! be under the overage: This by no means implies that thert will be no rain. On the contrary, good intervening raiu will occur, and the laai part of this period will be better than tbo first. From the middle of 1916 onwards, the rainfall will markedly in crease. and from 1916 to 1920 inclusive, the seasons will be distinctly good, with abundant precipitation. "After 1926 the rainfall will begin to steadily fall off, and the worst part of the next great "under average" period will be 1923 and 1924. Australian* will be justified in calling that a drought; In 1925 matters will begin to improve) and good seasons will provail from 1926 to 1930.

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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 — 10 November 1914

COSTAL SATES ANO REGULATIONS [Where the term *4Tho L'ommoii w<iall»hn is used in connection with iheso raiej, n.nc! regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island;] .- - LEWISES. For every J ounoe or fraction thereof. For dciivt'i'3' within UlQ Common wealth 0 1 For delivery in t!io British JSia pire .* ? . " * Fur delivery in the New Kobrides, Bucks, ana iorrcB IsiandB .. 0 9 For delivery iu other piaces .... 0 24 LBrmi OARDS. For delivery within tho Commonwealth: Sintrh,, IS. cash; rejdy, id. each half. For delivery in the iiiiiish Empiro (see list of places under "i-otters ')-Sin gle, Id. each. For delivery ill New Hebrides, Banks, ani Torres Wands- Single, id. each. For delivory in other places- Siiijjlo, S)d. oaoh. POST CARD3. Single Postcards impressed with tho Id. buunp, and Reply ov double cards, each hair of which has the Id. stamp impressed thereon, may he transmitted to places within the Commonwealth, and to those places, enumerated under "...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 10 November 1914

Heame?§ Bronchitis Cwe hoae who have taken this medicine are amazed at its splendid healing power. Sufferers from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, Asthma1 Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breathing, Pain or Soreness in the cheSt' experience delightful and rapid relief, and to those who are subject to Colds on the Chest it is invaluable, as it effects a complete, cure It is most comforting in allaying Irritation in the Throat and giving Strength to the Voice, and it neither allows a Cough or Asthma to become chronic nor Consumption to develop. Consumption is no. known where '"Coughs" have, on their first appearance, been properly treated with this medicine. No house should be witho- :l it, as taken at the beginning, a doso. or two is generally sufficic--.*. and a complete cure is certain. iiold by all Chemists and Medicine Vendors, * B n n h a la s s< u b h a n n a ? a a n &; Grain Skins Hides Tallow Bark Leather Brokers B COBUO&laotOB uauaoi Otir Ageucy Co. Ltd Alt proc...

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Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 10 November 1914

Church Services. Presbyterian-Karramoraua 11, MiepoU 3. Violet Town 7.30 Mr Thomaa Church of England-Marratreeny 11 j Stony Creek 3; Violet Town 7.30. Ren D. A, McEachern.

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