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The Railways. SERPENTINE—DURHAM ON LINE. CONSTRUCTION INEXPEDIENT. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 July 1914

The Railways, SERPENTINE—DURHAM OX LINK. CONSTRUCTION-- INEXPEDIENT The n'pm t of the l'arlkii-.Gnt.-jr)* ."Stand ing Committee on railways on rnilu'iiy connection with Serpentine arid Durham Ox was presented to Parliament on Tues day. • After dciSinfj with the evidence at con siderable length, the committer! 'irinounced its decision as follows :— "Tire first lerjuiiemojifc nienlioned by tlie committee ill its report of 11)09 before railway extension into this distiict cuu'.d be recommended, namely, tbe subdivisj»n. of the elates around Serpentine and Jaildan, lias lisen met, but the second essential, irrigation on a large scale in the neighborhood uf Jar hlarr and Durham Ox, consequent 011 the completion of the Waranna-Loddon main channel, bunding with it. smaller holdings and intensive cultivation, has not been "ivcii tffeet ta. Nor, according to the evidence of Mr. EUvood Meid, ii closer settlement likely to take plate in the near future in this dis tiict. The Government is appar...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Light-Weight Bread. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 July 1914

^Light-Weight Bread; '' = 'v {To THE JipiTOI: ) ljeni' Sir, — In tlieso days of dear living one expvcU to get ftjll trright in n|i nrtipjas of fond. 15cinq mispjcious of my "daily I'i'liti l" 'weight, I have Utterly tossed th# loiivus on io .1 scale*, and I tjnd it u rogi} Inv tliina lo llixvo II 411). louf 4ioz. nod * 21b. If.af '•in'/., sliqit of their proper weight. Is there no one iyh()?e duty it is to see flje consumer protected i Vour.?, FAMILY MA??.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Korong Election. MR. A. GRAY VISITS INGLEWOOD. MEETS WITH HEARTY RECEPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 July 1914

Korong Election. MR. A. GRAY VISITS I>-nr,K\V(l01). I MKKTS WITH IIKaRTY IUCCKPTIoN. i; Tho visit of- Mr A. Gnv and members nf. his . WVdderlmrn committee to InulcwnodJ nil Wednesday uvcililli; was tlio occasion of !i Im(jo and representative g illu-rini! at the Uoyal Motel. The Mayor ('Jr. Ansett)) presided, md ill outlining the object of) the merlins stated that tile WeddeiInn 11 committee had th mi»ht highly of the) work done liy the In^lewood committee thatthey had come down to treat them to! ,-i little evening. He was t.1 id they hud thought fit to do so, for they might have' another election in short time, and the visit: might have the efl'ect of spurring on the local woikeis to even greater efforts than, before, He congiutuhted Mi Gray on his 1 etui 11, and hoped the success would prove the foierunnci of 111 my more. I After the usual loyal tost had been duly honored, thnt of "The Candidate" was proposed hy Mr J. Tivev, who expressed the great pleasure it gave him to do so...

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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 July 1914

GOLI'V A geiUieipen's singles l|andica)i for a trophy donated by A!r G. Nixon'."will tje • jiln%c'! off on the links to morrow, iilar «■ commencing at two o'clock "harp. After* noon tea will be provided. The followin" arc the handicaps and draw :— " J. C. Morrow,. 14,'v l)r Deravin, srr. S. F. Duldiiins, ecr, v II. TavBom, H. F. Jennings, 4. v W. Tatdierl, junr. 8. A\. Uainont, 10, v R. Smith.112. J. Isaac, 18, v 0. IJailey, 16. 11. Wright 10, v W. Tutciiell, senr, 16. . -A. W. Jtgchester, 10; v W. Wallace, 22. V. Symonds, l(i, v. A. CouttS, 18. " ,11.Venice, ID, v C Cameron, 1G. G. Nixon, 22, vH. 'Jennings, 18." A. rliillips, Hi, v J. II. Turpie, 20. J. McLeisli, 20, v J. Daniel, 20. J. Sloan, 18, v It. Donaldson, 18. II; I.eiglii 20, v L. Garson, 20. R. U. Tilloy, 14.

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Bet Bet Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 July 1914

Bet Bet Sh!re Council. MONTHLY MK1STING. Tho'monthly meeting wa$ lield on Tnes day evening, 2:!rd lilt. I'.-esent—Ors. DiiLjqan (president), O'Hiien, Bennett. Brown, Hayes, Daniels, Banks, Peart and Costelloe. I'll tlie motion of Cr. O'Biien and ilia president .1 letter of condolence was pn-id to Mrs Litnudon, Cr. O'Brien remuikm^ that the lite Mr Lanndon was a great worker in the countiy interests. <V)KRr.Sjl'ONl)i;NCK. From If. Bolill, Wainyitra, maintaining tho objcc'iou of other ratepayers and him self to the application of Mr Dj Sintis f >r [a certain load, while there were severil f l oads going tho same way, the one applied 1 for being the only one holding water f >r *stock all the summer.—Received and i.l.j • tion upheld. J From J. J. Deacon, Moliagul, stating that hi* p itty were agreeable to conditions (specified in connection with dredging across ] the road, and, when ready to start, ngiee ' ment would he signed.—jl'ceived. From Geo. Patterson, Hut Bet, n...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Fraternal. A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 July 1914

Fraternal. A.N. A. " Tlio fortnightly meeting of tho local branch of tlio A.N.A. avub held on Tuesday cvonin'-'i Hi" president, Mr P. honimu,, ,,vo1' !v ^ll1' iilleirJiiuce of inem bcr--*. - j Aimni« Urn c-<'t ix>s(jf>tj;l<;jice dealt' tvilh ' m." ;i cii culur loiter from I he Charlton ' l.rnm-h, •isldiig for cn-ojierution in nn en. I iIcavoi In nijt:un tlio pledgis <>f Parli'imen. l.tiy riindiiliilcc to support, t!m adoption of I tlio system of the initiative referendum and I pioclivo ministries. It irnn suggested tlmt tlio president should put this question to' candidates at their local meetings.—The1 sccretriiy pointed <»ub that before any branch could take such notion it was neces sary to obtain the approval of tho Board of bircctors. Tliorc mm nothing in the letter to indicate whether thin hud I,ten obtained } m- not, Tlio president considered tlmt tliu I branch would ho tictitif? unwisely unLit it! tHird from tho Board on th...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Inglewood and Bridgewater Traders' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 July 1914

Inglewood and Bridgewater Traders' Association. A meeting of those interested in the for nmtion_of ;i Trailers' Association wile held at the Town Hall on Monday evening, tile Mayor (Cr. J. Ansett) presiding over a gnod attendance ot business men. It li'irt been decided nt the previous meet- . intliat an ajsoci itioti, to lie called tlio lii^lewood and Hii'lite^ater Traders' As sociation, bo formed on the condition that tho business people of I.rid^ewater would join in, and the acting-seci etary, Mr. J. Wells, reported lrning interviewed tlie-se with the result that four—.Messrs Jenkins, Walts, l.'urije and Soholes Bros.—hid consented to become members. Twenty live linancial members had been obtained, others Ir.d piomieed to join, and others wt?ie ivai'in;; in ••ee wli-n tho association v. oulu acc'mpliMi befwie deciding cj;it: way or ihe other. The process made was considered very s.iti-Uctoi y. KI.WTloN OK OM"lc'KH». Tlie following were appointed oflice. Loafers for a period of 12 ...

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 July 1914

OBJTUARY. Mis. J, B. Smith, widow of tho late Mr •I. IV Smith, cnntmctor, of fiiiJpewnter mill Diyliy, expired at tho residence of lior daughter, Mis l'"t UtifI, at Caulfield on Wednesday. The deee ised lady, ivlio was 74 year,- of njje, was a native of Sydney, •tnd h id u-ided at liiidnewatur and {Derby for year?, having lived .-it C'uullield only about three mouths. .Vlie leaves n family "f two sons iml llnee daughters to mourn their losy 'J'lie yons s o .Messrs iicn Smitll (Urid^uivjitiT), Albert Smith (Melbourne), md tlv: daughters Mesdames F. Ililbnnmi Il.j.idi-o), F. Jiti.-t (Caullield), and Miss 3. Smith (lieiKli^n). The funeral took pluco yesterday at t!ie 111id^ewator oemetoiy. 'I'he Inn ial service iv i.s performed by the Itev. Father O'Carroll, of M'lronp;. Mr K, W'ilsmore car lied out the mortuary nlT<uig« ments. The death took place lit the hospital yesterday of Thomas Grose Wordcn, aged -8S"years, a very old resident of Iiheohi. I'he cauee of death was senil...

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SPORTING. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 July 1914

SPORTING. • koothall. Jnyleivdod will be at home to Koroii" ^ ft'e t" morrow afternoon, and Weddur- ' bu n \\ ill inent Uriilirewnter. liutli matbhai slit aid J -ove interesting.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 July 1914

SALE8 BY AUCTION. Thomas Morrow & Co, Auctioneers, STOCK AND STATION AGENT.S. Inglewood and Bendigo, \LT 1TH Branches at Charlton, W'yche " prcof, Boort, Log&n, Newstead Fyalong, Kilmore and Lancefield. LAND and CLEARING SALES Conducted in all parts of th'; State. Loans negotiated on broad acres at low rates .Represent :— Daljiety and Co Limited. Pearson, Howe, Smith and Co. T, Robinson nnd Co, Propty, Ltd. W'ischer and Co, Superplio?|ilialei<r^ tfheep and Cattle Truek^>>r5ujj>tly fieo'\"d and loadftl: ~ ; Saies of Stock - MleVin^'daita CHEPROO*. 7 C-dAJU-TOh?:. Wed«MU»T, • J ELY s «JiHBATOtiK ;Tl*»d«y; J C LY !> 4-JOOW U 2 fttday, J'-LY 10 j,- - \ Aot /"kifcceeding Fortnight al \ » «ich of above places. Inglewood Market 1UUKSIJAY, JULY 23. JJ1HOMAS MORROW aim CO. announcb E 1 that tliey will hold their usual sale •( above, at their yards, on • the nbovp date, when thev will offer— Sheep, Cattlo, Horses Logan Stock Sale • TUESDAY, Jl'LY -21, If...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 July 1914

Advertise Your District! TO ATX WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. If you wish vonr district to gain prom inence, do not keop the knowledge of loeal hnypcnuigs to your sell. I £<4-011 wish »ronts in wliicli you ure interested to be aiptle public, just djop a line to "The k'- urtiser" oflico in tim<> to allow of ou'angements being made :or a reporter to attend, or, failing that, try your own hand at reporting. Don't bother to any great extent about (lie composition of articles; just write fully and clearly—the tditor will do the rest. Weddings, deaths, accidents, concerts, iports, social gatherings and personal jiaraeniplis are all of interest, to vour nnigftborg, and by drawing public atten tion to your district yoii are doing a good iwrk. That there is reason for this reminder it not our fault. We have, unfortunately, bo miraculous power of knowing whafis jMpptMiiug in all the. area served by this J«iinial, but are desirous, with your co »porniion, of lessening our limit...

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Church Notices. ANGLICAN. SUNDAY, JULY 5th. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 July 1914

Church Notices. —- . AXGLICAX. SUNDAY, JULY 5ill. Inelewood— v - i. j . "11 a.m., II.C. — L 7 p.m., Evensong. - . - ;| Simpson'? Crock— 2 p.m., Evensong r . Kingower— " ' :>.45 p.m., Evensong All services by the Vicar. Korons Vale— 11 a.m., Malting. 7 p.m., Evensong. Powlett - 3 p.m., Evensong. All services by Mr. Wslter Walters.

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The Inglewood Advertiser. FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 July 1914

■ &Jj« Itujkfooob FRIDAY, JULY 3. 1914. The secretary of the Inglewood Hospi- tal (Mr. Samuel Deeble), acknowledges with thanks the receipt of the following :—   LI from T. Nelson, Kingower; JlsUd fiom out-patients; Lit from in-patients ; 1.1 Is from collections by Messrs Tatchell and Bailey ; I.'-i 10s from curator : 71) "Weekly Times'' from I\Ji*s Southey; Ll.'i from trustees of Edward Wilson fund. Mr A. Barnes, acting clerk of Courts, hail an unpleasant experience (in Wednes day when visiting Serpentine. Whilst taking the horse nut of the tr.ip he had been driving the animal became lestivo, and tujning ahaiply freed itself from the bugay, having lirst broken oif one of the shafts. With this dangling at its sides the beast made off at a gieat pace. It first | dashed thiugoh the lagoon fronting the Serpentine hotel, and then in rapid suc cession jumped six wire fences, fi-ur of which were barbed. Fears wei e entei t lined lint the animal would he seriously inju...

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Rheola. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 July 1914

Rtaeola. (From Our Correspondent.) A public meeting was held in the Me-, chanics1 Hull on Saturday last to discuss; vaiious matters in connectior. with the huilditii; of u •. lie hall. Th>'ie wns a record attend tha outlying 'IhU'' boing well ie|.- • i-itcd. Mrn i.y J.io' was voted to i ■ ihair. A lengthy - -refully ■> was veeeivf.-i ..in Lj. ; m. . ■■•v. 0. ini( with tho sizo, cost and suitability of diff«rent sites. | A communication was received from Mrs C. MePherson, licensee of the W'ayman's Hotel, who offered the meeting their elioico , of four different blacks of land for building on free nf char«e. I Ik nil, eight different sites were discussed, j Six of them wete dismissed eatly iu the] fight as being eitli'or urisuitublo or unavmU able. Mi J. J. O'Brien th,en'moved, mid Mr W. Tierney seconded, that the" site on the recreation reserve be feleoced. Tho ■notion was spoken to at length liy the mover and several nupporters. An amendment w&s then moved by Mr T. Con...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 July 1914

Korong Election. TO THE ELECTORS... l.adiei and Gentlemen,— T desire to Under my aincere thank* to ttiose who supported pandidature'J botji at the polle'arid by working in my intereetiV*' I regret thai owing to shortness of time I wan unable to address more meeting, or personally meet more electors, The encouraging" aupport 1 received speaki well for the future. It Id niv intention to eonteit.the leatat the next election, and I trust that my views will then'merit the confidence of the majority of the electors of Korong. ' Yours faithfully, ' AVM. WILLIAMS. 'Eyepy-Wpmp in Ill-health cordially invitfd to'call upon Mrs. E. B- Knight, t|)e Slqlfnl Latly Spepialiit in (foiupn'a ailments, representing the | LADIES' COLLEGE OF HEALTH, Phnir's BuiMinjja, 3i"-329 Collinn Street, Melbourne, «t tlie ROYAL HOTEL, LNGLEWOOD, on WEDNESDAY, JULY Slli, . From 10 a.m. to 8 p.m, , E. I?. ^niglithas with her a full sto'cli of Hie fainooH OBAN'GE MLY REMEDIES, which liavn restored thoiiiandi of women t...

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WEDDERBURN v. BRIDGE WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 July 1914

WF.DDERBURN v. BRIDGE WATER. Theie were »otniany supporters of either tills present at. this match, although the proved yevy interesting and eyen, ind was well umpired l>y Godfrey. ' A strong wind was blowing towards t|ie town go*!, and IMdge water had lirst advantage of it. - The locals attacked strongly on the opening of tlie quarter, but, owing to the fine defonce of Thompson, were unable to score, and it whw. Wedduiburn who tirs»t troubled the goal umpire. BrUtowe, I.urge and Cr-iig sent up, and F. Saunders snapped' out nt soil. The ball was rushed across goal and again sent out. ■ W. Sautidei# snapped on the thiow-in and had the-good fortune to notch a sixer. The loc»l* *u, <ii) attacked, and this time with more success. A free to Daniel, who smartly pissed to J. Ria.-ett, and L. liissett marked his kick within nice range and n:ade the scores even. BridKewator still continued to press. Stuart and Daniel forwarded and .» point jj«S rusjied, It. ^ani.-'oii adding an...

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SPORTING. FOOTBALL. INGLEWOOD v. KORONG VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 July 1914

SPOUTING. FOOTBALL. inglewood v. korong vale. Korong Vale visited Ingle wood for tho first; time /or tho season on Saturday, when , 11 splendid watch resulted. With the ex ception of the second quarter, when tho Vale scored heavily. the locals .held their :6'»n, and liy a tine, finish brought keen interest into what atone tiiiiu hud been regarded us s soinewlntuniiitcie.Mt in? contest. ■ ^ Inclewnoil were'the first to score, Hope ly obtaining a single. A further try by Canlernn wis hit back from the go%\ line, but ft free to Guest gavo an opening which I produiud a second minor. Grieves tliun advanced the Vale> point.. Fust and even play followed, but during a Vale rush near goal a free enabled Howston to find the right opening from a sharp angle, A short time later Tonkin marked at an even more acute angle, and also piloted thrmi^b, thin ,/jving the Vale a lead of 11 point*. In » fninuto and alialf after the fecoml buunco ICorong Vale added tiro nuno nixvit, Laity being responsi...

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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 July 1914

GOLF. On Saturday a gentlemen's singles han dicap was played off nn the links fur Mr G. Nixon's trophy, and wag wan by FI. Wriyht. Dr Deravin was in splendid form, and established a record for the links. His card read :—Oat—5, (1, 4, 3, 4, 5, 3, .'1, 3-35. In- 4, 3, 4, 3, 4. 3, 4, 5, 4-34. Tokil,"09. Afternoon tea was provided by the ladieR." Results Grope. Hdp. Net. II.. Waight -. ... 84 • 1« 08 Dr Deravin 09 scr (19 F. Jennings .... ..'."70 4 72 H; Taysom ■. ... z]. 86 -14 72 G. Bailey..'. ..." ...' 89 Hi 73 G. Nixon , 22 73 W. Tatfhell, sent-. • ... ' 91 ' -1(5 ' 7<rt S. K. Did .lams ... . ... 70 scr 70 J. ts.-.ac ... . , .. ...•,i94 '; ■ -18 70 Jas. Daniel " 90' '20 • 70 A. Philli|« ...; •-.> 94' 10:, 78 A. \V. Rochester. : '95'■10-' 79 H. Leigh..;. f ;20;/ 79 L..G.*rsonr"100 20-'-. 80 ->V;-L«mont»;vvS}.«-i '• .-80 i •I.;P. .JiIpmpiy i,i "ftr 14 It. Q. Tilley . ... (If 14 83 W. T-itcfielli, jtinr.i ....'• Pa 8*! 8J. J. H. Tuipie ... 109', 20 ...89 J. McLt-ish.'....

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MEETING OF DELEGATES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 July 1914

MEETING OF DELEGATES. A meetiha'of dalegateu was held at the Royal Hotel oil Saturday evening, when there were present :—Dr G. W. Uetavin (president), aud Messrs J. F. Craig and A. Burge (Wuddmburn), A. Mackin and L. Grieves (Ivorong Vulo'l, ,1. J. Embury and C. Burgo (Bridgevrater), A. Cuirie and A. K. Tsysom (Inglewrond). ' Ingleirood withdrew an application for a special permit to play W. J. H(ighct>, while Bridge water were grantod a permit to play W. Baker. ; The matter of the proposed nutchesagainsfc tiio Hendigo Saturday Traders' Association oh Siturd-iy next wan dincushed, ahd it was resolved that two picked teams be Merit to Bendigo, one to be selected from the Ingle wood and Wedderbura teams, and the other f?oin the Bridgewattr and Korong Vale, teams. A. Hughes (Inglowood) »« appointed captain of the former' combina tion, and \V. Smiuus (Bridgewater) of 'tlvo latter. [ ■ It whs resolved that the tnima should trv.el l>y the ordinary trains, mid that the U'edderburn sn...

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An Appeal. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 July 1914

An Appeal. /To tub Editok.) . Sir,—I wiaU to bring under the notion of your renders «n extremely e*d flip of ij> is fortune in our midst. On Siituudnjr l*tt iii furni laborer,"Mr. George Wlifteliouse/met l)i« dentil when attempting to gave * hoi»u from droning/ He.'Ieaves, in poor circum stances,'a wifo and a funily of seven chil dren, the efdfcst bsinir a girl of 14 year.--, .wliile-the. youngest is 2 months' old, and tho nvst manly 10 mouths old. The family cime out tew J'Jimland only L'U month:) ago.- .'PheMk'scaewl was a very steady, quiet,-reliable man, a ho, dp doubt, was well known to.': many farmers n( the district, as he was stuck builder M(, McNicol'a threshipK^macliine for a coifple of seasons.; I itppealHo. tho jjeneiosity. of the people of your district for help for the family. Would-you,'. iii the ineintiu.e, be good enough to rvceiro and acknowledge subscriptions to ihe fund ! —Yuuts, etc., A. SUBLKT. Bojung, June 29tli. [We will lie jjleaned to" receiv#; ;i»nd *Ck...

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