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Janiember East. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 12 June 1914
Janiember East (From Our Cmrespnnilent.) ' A must successful euchre pirty and dunce wis held in the now hull on l»'nd>iy even ing in aid of tliu>buildinu fund. Euchre was commenced at 8 :>0, and whs well p'ltroni^ed. '1 he Hdies* priz-s whs won liy Mrs. LI. P. Ad im, and the gents1 who won prizes were Messrs. J. and D. Mill. Lhncing commenced at ahnut 10 SO p.m , to music applied by Miss Curchi (piano), whilst Mr. T. Juhnnun acted as M.C. This was krpt up until a late hour, and Ihe hnll was well ciow;)ed. One could not fj'elp noticing the laiye number of,l|l>tppers,Vho were nresunt. A football match was played between tiia Mitianio and Uear's Lagoon touns on tlio lattoi s ^lound on Sitnrday. The g'tnie was easily won by the visitor, the scores beiny :—Miii-imo, C goals 1 behind ; Hctir'a Lagoon, 1 goal. There was a large num* ber of spectators present. Afternoon ten was provided by the local ladies. The new general store was opened lust week by Messrs Old and Kodgers. I'...
BISHOP CHALMERS. Vicar 1862-1868. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 12 June 1914
BISHOP CHALMERS. Vicar 1802-1888. The Right Rev. William Chalmers, D.D, l*te Bishop of Goulburn, N.S.W., was the first vicar or Inglewood and district, which then includedTarnagulla and New bridge. In "A Memoir of Bishop Chal mers," by W. C. 1'ritchard (Archdeacon of Broken Hill), speaking oi the opening of the Inglewood church, Mr Chalmers (thus writes in his diary:— Thursday, June 10, ISG4. "Miserable rainy day, St. Augustine's church solemnly opened for divine service at 11 a.m. Excellent service; music well done. Archdeacon Crawford preached from St. Mark XI, verse 17. Holy Com munion afterwards. Twenty communi cants, incliulingclergy. Afternoon service atp.m., Oddfellows and Foresters came in regalia. Church well filled. In the evening a tea meeting in Royal llall. Public meeting in church afterwards. Church quite tilled in tpite of rain. Self, Brasier, Despard and Vance spoke; al! well l.«elf excluded) and Vance splendidly. Vance's speech was &lt;m what Christ's religi...
St. Augustine's Church. JUBILEE CELEBRATIONS, 1914. BRIEF RETROSPECT. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 12 June 1914
St. Augustine's Church. JUBILEE CELEBRATIONS, 1014. HKIEF llKTKOSPECT. The following is n brief retrospect of llui liistory of St. Aumistine's Church, published in book form us a. souvenir, of the jubilee celebrations, whicMi commence on Sunday next: — On June 111, 1804, the church building wns opened and dedicated by the Veil. Archdeacon Crawford during tlie ministry of the Rev. William Chalmers, to whose exertions the erection, not only of this church, but of the churches at Tarnagulla at Newbridge was due. The first cost of building and furnishing St. Augustine's was about £1100, of which £200. was a Government grant-in-aid. When the church was opened there was an existing liability of £450. The original design included - a bell tower at the west end G2 feet high, the chancel intended to have been built was to be 14 feet by 20 feet, walls to have been the same height as those of the church with a three-light east window of stained glass. While the tower has not yet received atten...
Aviator's Flight BENDIGO TO BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 12 June 1914
Aviator's Flight •UENDhJO TO liALLARAT. When appi oached liy a r>alliral"Coui icr" representative fit (Jiaig's Hotel oil Tuesday afternoon, M. Uuillaux. seamed the least enthusiastic of-all concerning his achieve iiienL in living from ISendigo to TSallarat. Hi is a most unassuming young French inan, «nd 0111 crUius h deep rooted aversion tn whit lie described in his own hnijuaye ii>-ci|iiivitlent to h!&lt;i.rnr.> his otvn trumpet. M. Quillaux illicit extiemu difficulty in mistering" the. intricicies.nf ■ the English UnjjiMgiv'>"iind''is: .obviously nitioh more at home >)'Henrponver.siii!; in his native tongue. DismisVin»;'air I'efurehoe to liis [daring :act summarily./ - and modestly aokiVo«ledaiii!> the prolfdred. eiin^latulati.iii-. ,\I. Gu'illaux vent iin to" di!^cri'"ii his aeri il trin. "Ileft IJen'cligo at 10 25 .i.in lie said, "and eiicled.ahoiitthat city at h'heiglit of »1xiiit 12"0l't. Iiefote setting nut fur this ijrcit ml in&lt;l city. Th...
MOLIAGUL [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 12 June 1914
MOLIAGUL (From our Correspondent:.) A concei t in aid of the Church of England funds was held in the Moliagul Hall on Friday night, the Rev. Mr Thompson pre siding. The conceit was followed liyalmll in aid of the Moliagul Hall funds, both con ceit and I.hII lieing well patronised. The programme was as follows :—Overture, "The Maiden's Prayer," Miss Shay ; son?, "Hymns of the Old Church Choir," Mr Stephens: lecitation. "Only a Pin," Miss K, Urooker; sonit, "Love Me and the Woild i-i Mine," Mi^s Wakidiam ; recita tion, "Bald-Headed Man,'1 Kilward Cfitc less ; song, "Ahsont," Mrs J. Deason ; humorous recitation, Mr Stephens ; son;;, "Hoses, Miss Martin; dialogue,"A Fine Horse," K. Careless, K. and C. Snow and S. Urooker ; oveitme, "The TiresistaMe Gilop," Miss Shay; song, "Ora, Pio, Nobis," Mr Stephens; cornet solo, "A Lovely Ni^'lit, " .Mf J. Deason ; song, "Km lilem," Miss Martin ; recitation, "Home, Sweet Home," Miss Ash ; song, "Sinji me to Sleep," Mrs Wukeham ; dialogue, "Just my ...
OBITUARY. MISS MARY, ELIZABETH DAVIS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 12 June 1914
OBITUARY. MISS MARY; VMVA VljETll DXVrES. I -« i It is oir piinful duty to rec'ird yet another dentil which has occui rod in nnr midst, tliu victim oil this nccisi.in being Miss Maiy E. Divies, of Sullivan-street, one of the nnst hiiilily esteemed residents of the bormmh. Tin deceased hidy hud been in imlill'dient henltli for smile consider able time, Imt her indispositionwas not ot such n aerinii; n.ituiu us to cause grave uneasiness. Alir.ut two weeks ayo, how ever, she visited the house of her sister (Mrs J. C. Morrow) md while there h.-r condition bee une so acute as to cause hei remaining tli 'io u necessity. An inteiiml complication intervenim;,, it was oonsidered ■idvisible by her niedical advisable (Dr. Wilkinson) tu perform an operation, arid Dr. Jackson, of liendiao, was sunt for. He had just arrived,' liut betore the operation was commenced tho patient succumbed. Her death was altogether unexpected, very few outside the family circle hiving any knowledge or her illness. T...
North Western Band Association. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 June 1914
North Western Band Asso ciation. A meeting of delegates was hold at Oreig's hotel, Korong Yale, on Tuesday evening. The president (Dr. Kmbling) occupied the chair, mid others present were Mhssis K. and II. Howston (Korong Vile), Cameron and • Page (Boort), llow^lls and Stilcy (Ingluu-o.-nl), imd Davis (representing I'lti aim by proxy). . *J lie minutes of-last meeting were read and continued. The rules pissed at last meeting of the association were considered and amended. Rule 2, which states "tint nil playing mem hers' names must be registered nut later thin 20th June," was amended with the following addition : "Should any player Join as a member one of the bands ciif Tiinnth pi inr to the contest .-uch member .will tic entitled to lake pait in a I'ontu.-t if lie makes i statutory declaration til it he will remain a I t'sident of the town or dls trict not ltxs than three months after con test." This would prevent any players being brought in for the contest, an I the tcim "district...
Korong Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 June 1914
Korong Shire Council. MONTHLY MK14TING. Tl\u monthly meeting was held on Ttiuvs liny. "resent—Ci.s. J. J. O'Jirien (presi (tout). While, Kiniry, Sweeney, And lews, Thomas, Kelly, Johnston. I (111 l> KWttNllUNCK. F10111 Tieasury, intiiiMting limb L20 Its is due ns interest. to September IlOth, on Wedderhnrn water loan. Passed for [iiymunt. From I'lililiu Works Department, approv jingnf I lie acceptance of the te.nd'ns for 'contracts Hi'2, if>r> and l(!(i. The amounts [hid Ijccn noted as charges against the] 'gruit. IJeci'ivcd. s I Fn.ni Wed'icrlmni Firo Uriuiide, ipply-1 ing for the use of the market Weil-' jderlnirn, for the lire brigades clemoiistr.i- j tion on An»ii-t 2(itli. The. application wnsj giante.l on I lie motion of Crs. Wliite and J Uiiiiiy. 1 From J. 11. Kay, Kn'roiig V.ile, complain ing attain of iho sUlo of Fisher's slaughter yaids at Koronn Vale, 'i'lie report of the health officer, Dr. G. U. Taylor, which was presented at the list meeting, was com mented on...
LODDON VALLEY ASSOCIATION. ARNOLD V. TARNAGULLA. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 June 1914
I r.ODDON VALLKY ASSOCIATION. I UNO LP v. TAKNAGULI.A. Tlii.- mulch, which was played lit Ar-| •inl'l oil Saturday, attracted ifuitu a sur prising attendance! considering tlu>. coun ter attraction jit Newbridge. The p.'imo vas interesting, but whs spoiled bv a tendency to crowd and an inclination'by liotli teams to make wine play their inniii f,l>jent, this last, feature being responsible &lt;— >iw lnw Fcorinc obtained. On (lie start Tnrnagtilla were first. to ooinc under notice with u well-snstnined attack, but /unity kicking lost two chances. .\rnold then asserted themselves, Graham anil A Arnold forwarding and Metel Jniinn marking from W. Chamberlain within nicc range.. His try went out and Tnrnapulla took away, but n free to A. Jirownbill returned and W. Chnmherbiin marked in good style 2'i yards out, a goal resulting. Arnold brought down from tJic bounce, and with a running shot at. a sharp angle W. Chamberlain speedily notched a second sixer. .1. Chamberlain l...
INGLEWOOOD v KORONG VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 June 1914
1^15*0 L1CWOOD V. KORONG VALE. £»Tliis ni itch resulted in" an oisy win for Ko^'oiik Vale, I lie scores being—lvorqng ;Vh1u, 10 gouls 12 hehi'nds ; Inglewond, i goils 4 behind:). A report arranged for not'having come to hand, full particular* are held over to next-issue. J The recreation reserve was on S ituul iy the scene of tivo highly interesting encoun ters—a hockey much between teams 'of gil ls representing the CImrlton and In»le wood high schools, uml a fnotlmll match between linjs representing the simo insti tutions. Quite a number of towiisp.-op'* attended, and considerable iuteri'st.w.ii! evinced in JjkIIi events. The visitors Weia ' ■ accompanied by Mr Sinden, (heir lioiil— toucher, and ctliei s of the school stall', while ; MrGarson hid charge of the locals. il The hockey mutch being tlie lirst played ■; Vj, locally, the spectators were not .-utliciently versed in the intricacies of the ynme tn follow it keenly, but the encounter h is witnessed with inteiest. Cieditablo d...
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 June 1914
I GOIjF. llm following playots have 'jcvii eliospn j to rcprmml hin!i;\vui»l ut UViMoibunt ti-mnrrow :— l)r. 1 Vr.\vin ami Messrs. i'iitihuHB, .lenitinys, l.nmont, Talclii.'H, nr.il Syir.iir.d.s, Mrs .IcnniiiL'.--, iiml llii .Mi.n':! .l.TKii', Wi^ins, 11 u in j 'i 1 ri-y, buntlifj* :iiii| Ki;]|y. Any player muibW' to iiinlcc tl»; trip in RMpu'stcd t'> rommimi ralo with tlm secretary. Cava will leave tlie lioyal Hotel corner til one o'clock sliuqi.
JARKLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 June 1914
JARKLAN. A hue drive took place here on Thursday l ist, about 38 shooteis taking part. The drive, the proceeds of which will no to the Calivil Football Club, wish veiy successful one. a "baa" of 238 hires and 2 foxes beinjr obtained. During the drive the properties of Messis l.'heyne, O'Sulhvnn, Keogh, Smith, Hill"and Gilmore were visited, ii i:ood (lumber of hares bcinf* obtained at eicb pince.
TO-NIGHT'S CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 June 1914
TO-NIGHT'S CELEBRATION. ' In connection with !he ca!ebi'a(ima the Rev';'A.'J: Pearce arrives -this morning to act as precentor at the.'Service to-night. I.aat.night the - Ven.:-Archdeacon I'ritch aid iBtfjken 'Hill)' arrive!and to-day theRev Canon Bishop J(ICyneton); and the Revs. \V. H. Macfariane ASeii Lake), E.. H. Dodd -(Wedderburn) and J. A.' Macqueeii (Tannigullai will attend Apologies for non-attendance hive been received from the Revs. F, I,on*in (lioort), II.G. Bod ley (Qiiambatoolc), S. \V. Co'e3 (Charltoh),*^. T. C. Reynolds: (Clnne3).! and J. Davison (ot. Arnaud ) Tlie Me tropolitun of Victoria will arrive by the midday train to-day,' and Archdeacon Tucker on Thursday next.: 1 .The following will be the order, of pro cession :— . '■ The Orucifer:(Mn W. AVnUera.) 'I lie Vestry. — --''V ' The Choii\ ^ ' The Revs. E. H." Dodd and M«C&ueen;; ; •The Precentor (Kev. A. J. PearpOTjjSttp^; The Archdeacon of IJrolcen inilr ' The;Staff-bearer (the Vicar.) pv, I" , 111? Gra...
The Markets. LAANECOORIESALE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 June 1914
' The Markets. 1 jA A VKCOORI K SAT/E. ' : Mei-'is J. H. Ijieriliop and Co.-.lii'utu report having contliiot.eti Uieii' UaU il foit nightly stock sale at Laanecc.nrie on Wui nesday l ist, when there was only a moder ate nttvihI men nf yiaziers and the trade present. Wo pei'iietl :!50.-heep, cnmprUin« mostly >ve meis and e>ves, 'iIib demand for I which >viis equal t'i Ute rates. Ciosslired weaners, 15i lOd : merino weavers, lfn ; crossbred ewes, 23s; comelmeK. weiners, l.'fs JOd. Cattle.—TIib supply forward was very limited. We penned 21), fn? which the demand was only fair. We quote: — (Jdws to I.li JOs j splinters, I.l to 1.5 ; store c:nvs, L!5 Os.' We made sales for Messis 'I'. Doyyetfc, J. M'Fadyen, A. Douglas, 0. Douglas, W. Hancock, T. Maunder and others.
AT THE VICARACE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 June 1914
AT THE VIC'AIIAOK. [ After the close of tilt? nveninyi-'eivice Ilia : ve^tr.v, at lliu invitation of the' liev. and : Mrs Giant, met llis Lorlship at supper in | the Yicaia»e(&lt;and pa-sed a pleismt hour in social chat ,*the kindness anil hospitality (if Mr and Mis Giantin liringin^ the vestry anil tin? iiishop into closer communion lieinu much appreciated. During the en joyable and purely iiifonnil proceedings. Mr Giant reniaiked that when he liiVt began to think of tliu jubilee celebintions tho lii.st thought that came into his mind w is whether the liishop would come, and he felt tjrit until they had liini aecured they could luvo no propel- celebration. Hi$ Lordship lmd been pirtinularly plei»sod tn como. Incidentally Mr Grunt related that the average attendance Kb Tnjjlowood was lemirUably good, tins churcli in this con nection studding in the ninth position nut of nil tlio churches iilthu diocese outside the city, notwithstanding the population was much smaller than th...
POSTAL RATED AND RECULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these [?] and regulations it includes Pepua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 June 1914
fKTA L R AT Eg ANP ft ££U L Atlft m [Where tho term "The Co„lmoa, w*ol«i" is used la connection with and regulations It includea PronT Lord Iiowe Island, and Norfolk Island ■} LKtTISRS. £ssy StS U?s5s»-« wealth ~ « For &lt;3oi(vory in tie British Km. nrn .. i U* ' " S^d. e&lt;Wb. nmcAKtm. i^i^od fcarewf, tf»y be tr»a,SS to ptkMS P!*»l «10 CojlKlwWoftWl^Sg U tkoao pUeos, eburaewted "JjoHtm-," to ' which U't^tTp .J-' *r(m»«T*»«d at Mis rate 61 1&lt;1 feViA TUbsb earje bimt r.tso be forvvj®},^ T« 1. ttf tierconj may tfo transmitted 'i0 J'otohm: fljwt of the woYl&lt;3. 1 ^jgk&OlAC PAl'JiflS (Up to 31b.) witSjjn GsjjTiTjionwc.-iltl) nr,&lt;3 w hi Sisijv 'AZtijXm. /tjfrd tho ijte'ijdj f?. anucvai.i'liiQfcipj(ne enumerated ti H-ndVr .1 ' Js ftufl Mj—&lt;J" 6r *■ «vorer 2 a/;.' or fraofi'oVi thereof 0 1 fe.nj! fctkci-'Wr.c'tf!?', for any wtiglft N>t oxasot^iig 2 oz. 0 9 13a£tr&lt;?&h 3fl». arid 4ok 0 4oz. and Go/.. ....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 June 1914
For Gcuglis nnd (Jnlds. Take Woods Grunt Pepperm nt, Cuio Kiir Coughs and Colds, Taku Woods' Peppermint Cuuv SOROSKS HAIR TONIC. This preparation is unsurpagseit as liuir food and dandruff prevunlativo. A little sprinkled 011 the head night and morning, and gently mnssuged into the scalp, renders baldness impossible. So roses llair Tonic will absolutely grow hair and prevent it from falling out. It imparts a. beautiful glossy ebeen, and brings out all the natural brightness of the liair. J'ricc M? 0d per bottle. Ob tainable at .V.i? 1i. Sonlhey's, Tngle woodi
SPORTING FOOTBALL. WEDDERBURN V. BRIDGEWATER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 June 1914
SPORTING 0 KOOTISA U'EDDERBUUN v. iilUD JKA'aTKK. liricJitevvjitur jonrm-yed in WeddiM-buni on Siturd'iy to tiy flnnulii-iiii.ii with thj lorn! (cum, a large tl&lt;ul/.i-i- of Mipporteis of both teams huiiuj present. The vUHoih sui prised themselvus liy putting up a hard light-, tlio ijrimu l»ciiiLt open, even •incl well contested throughout. Sjitlt umpired,' but give •> poor exhibition, neilhar side being s-,tislied with his decision. A strong wind was blowing towird.> this eastern u"-i\, to wards which t.lm locals decided to UicU. *" A free to Lemon opened Uie game for Wedderburn, and A. Bursie. forwarded. Daniel mid Kogarty returned, but iv lung punt liy Dow.setfc sent out at "mil. A free to Fogmty cleared go-il, but \V. Saunders; from ii .«n ip >hot-, secured 11 minnr. The Wedderburn ruck rushed thn hall lmr.k on tho kiek-ofl', a go d being snapped from the crush. Malonc foi warded to \V. Sannder', but nice passes bet ween Wylie, Sameis, J. Bissett and Harry gav...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 June 1914
.Commonwealth Jggf»Bank of Bustralfa HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY. ' J tkli Bank li op«n for nil cUmm ol GENERAL BANKING BUSINE8S »t 1 EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE AltO at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Brisbane, Rockhampton, ToirnsvlIJe, And tondoa* Cab^feraittanceimade to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. ' Foreign bills negotiated and . colleoted ' letters of credit issued 10 any part of the world. Bills negotiated or forwarded for collection. Banking anil Exchange Business of every description transacted within the Common wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Inteiest paid on fixed depoeiU. i Adranc*# made agaimb approved securities. * SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT fc Victorian Contra! Office I 317 O.OLUNS STREET, MELBOURNE. Breaches in the abore cities and 2*000 Agendo* at Tost Offices throughout the Commonwealth* Dopoeito from 1/- to £300. Intoroot at 3% per annum. Bopeelto or Withdrawal* may be made at any Branch or Agency within t...