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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 4 August 1914

AMUftEMCNT*. It you want to enjoy yourself come to the | Simpson Creek Excelsior Tennis Club PLAIN POSTKR AND MASKED Fancy Dress Eall. To be held on Tuesday, September 1st, 1914. In the Hall at- ARNOLD. When Prizes will be given for "Bi»t Poster Costume, Lndy; Best Poster i Cottume, Gent; Best Fancy Costume, I*dy; B«st Fancy Costume, Gent; Most Original Character; Most Humorous Char • j t$ter; ami several special prizes. Moonlight. Good music. Dancing at 1 8 p.m. Supper provided. Double picket, 3s; extra ladies, Is Gd. §pWt»tora' Platform Tickets, Is 6d each. I,. WOODA1.L, lion. Sec. Notice to Breeders. R. D. M F. ['RLMAKN, of Arnold, has purchased a Stud Ayrshire Bull front Mr W. 1'. Brisbane, of "Cowrie Park,'.' Camperdowu, and will take a few approved cows to him. His Dam gave lbs. of .Milk, and 4824 lbs. of BuUer in 273 days under Government supervision. For further particulars apply to D. METELMANN, ARNOLD. Have you tasted COHN BROS. New Chilled and Filtered BEER? ITS LOVELY Be...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KINGOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 4 August 1914

KINGOWER.   (From our Correspondents.)   A football match was played at Kingower on Saturday between teams representing Rheola and Kingower, the latter team running out winners with the scores at 4 goals 5 behinds to 4 goals 4 behinds. Some of the players seemed to lose their heads and stopped to play Jack Johnson with shut fists, giving the game the appear- ance of a rough and tumble instead of foot- ball. After the game the players and others   adjourned to the Bridge hotel to give a hearty welcome Mr and Mrs Hendrick-   son, who have taken up their position at the Bridge hotel, recently held by Mrs Halbert. Mr Hendrickson gave a free   house for the evening, which was thorough- ly enjoyed. The young folk adjourned to the Assembly hall, where dancing, songs and games were indulged in for some little time. They at last tired of these, and commenced tin-kettling newly-married couple, Mr and Mrs Hendrickson. The bridegr...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 August 1914

Commonwealth of HustraUa ■ HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY j ' Mi But la open for all clux> of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS *1 EQUITABLE BUILDING, OOLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE ^ Alio at Sjdnfljr, Canb.rm, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Uriibane, Rockhampton, Towmrllll, aad lUHlA Ghbla narittaocM made to, and draft* drawn on foreign placet direct. Foreign .bill* aefatlatad aal ooUcoted. Latter* of credit luued to anjr part ot th» world. Bill® negotiated or forwarded r« collection. Banking and Exchange Business o! every description transacted within tse Ooibw** wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current account* opened. Interest |«ld om fixed tttpiWIfc |4tuom made afainit approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Vtotortan Central OfVleai 917 OOLLINS STIIHT, MELBOURNE. 1 llllltal tn the abora cltlea and 2,000 AranolM at Pott Office! throu(hoat tke CMumraM. Dapoalta *ram 1/- to £300. Intaraat at 3% par annum. BlliHlli or Withdrawals ma; be mad* at any Branch or Agenej within' the CoamawaaHk f'"M I1I.I. Su...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 August 1914

PUBLIC NOTICE!. FOR SALE.—Prime Fat TURKEYS Apply to W. Hopkins, Arnold. E^CIRIC TRAM DkIVERS wan ted. Good opening for smart young men Permanent position. Particulars from li. \\. Cimuning, Instructor, 211 Lydiard Street, Ballnrat. Thanks. MR. and MRS. I3UCIC, nf Kheola, de sire to tender their heartv thanks to tlie Doctor, Matron and Staff of the Jnglewood Hospital for their kindness and attention to their sin whilo'an inmate of the institution, and also to thank Mr. Tierney for his assistance and sympathy during their bereavement. Inglewood Branch A.N.A, No. 188. LADIES' NIGHT. A Ladies' Night, will he-held on-Tues -CX day, 11th mst. Cards at 8.30 sharp. Members and lady friends invited. ■ ■ D. DOOPKR,- Secretarj*. ' TOWN II ALL INGLE WOOD. ~ SONG &. PIANOFORTE RECITAL =''■> ! will bo given hy . ' • -M Fss' DOIt'OTFiYJ PJ3K'FphD, Avlt'C. M ( ' Lyiic'Sojjfnn'i,^ niicl C( ' '(Melijo'urhe);{ - iPi«nwf-v on • Thursday Evening, August 20, uC 8 lit p.m. . " Popular Prices, 2...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Alleged Serious Offence. YOUNG GIRL ASSAULTED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 August 1914

I . Alleged Serious Offence. YOUNG girl ASSAULTED. A warrant 1ms been issued for the arrest of a man as tlio result of a soiioua offence1 reported to the police its having occurred on .Tuesday evening; A f»irl living on 1 Jersey Mill was proceeding to linr homo at1 about"?.30 o'clock, when shu was accosted by a young man, a stranger, just as she h id passed ths old show 'grounds, lie, it is alleged, asked to tie directed to the town, and then followed the girl, seiz-jd her, and dragged her into the iidj ment hush. ■ The girl screamed, when, it is said, the man gagged her. The fill's screams, however, were heard by a woman in the vicinity, and on her appearance the Scoundrel nvido off. The victim of the ussiulc has given a good description of the in-m to the police,and utroiig hopes are entertained tli it he will be arretted on a'charge "of assault. wjtll intent. The following i< a description of the wanted man :—Abuut '30 years of age, 5ft Gin or 7in in lieight, slight bu...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Anglewood Advertiser. FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 August 1914

luglcfooofr ^feiiser, Efl(DAY,,,<A A*p('ST 7i;;l!)I4. ■■ ■■■/■ Miss Dorothy lVnfold, . who is well known hicilly as a teacher of singing, and j Miss Jessie Coidner, of Melbourne,, will lie 1 S'ving a pianoforte recital in the Town Hall oil Hiursday, 2l)di inst., when popular prices irill be charged for admission. Seats may bo book e.3 at M i-s Southey's fur (ij extni. j Nurse Greer, of the head office stuff of Uie Ladies'College of Health, 54 Oxford Street, Sydney, nil! visit Inglewood on dates .ulvei tissd, and may be consulted at the Itoyal Hotel. Thousands'of women in all puts of Austialia are said to hive been lestored to health.,is the result nf treat ment advised l.y the L.dies' ' College of Health, lliose desirous of undergoing treatment may obtain same fnim Nutse (jrieei', whose advice is free, payment bein" made only for.:>^nedies actually nur chased. - - 1 A reminder is civen of the-Yi>it of Eroni tiros.' eticus Hfw&lft'. ' lv'ls a AVr5iI'^U. h'r f...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POMPAPIEL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 August 1914

POMPAPIEL. Thq Unman Catholics held a bieoting on SuneUy for the purpose of establishing a Sunday school for the children. It whr •greed to hold it every Sunday afternoon m the .State school, and Mr It. D. Brook, as supeiintendent, and a number of adults volunteered to act as teachers, Hiking it in turns with Mrs McGrath and Mr Brook to overlook the vvork;!alteinately. Sinco last week's' rain gnss and crops Imvo shown a vast improvement. Some of the dams which cannot be tilled by chan nels are very low, and various farmers have to drivo their stock to water..; Mr Brook lost h valuable librae'through it setting too far into a dam, ind becoming stuck in the mud.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 August 1914

[Advertisement.] Federal Politics. MR; HANS IllVINE AT 1NGLKW00D. Mi-. Hans Irvine, the well-known Liberal candidate for the Gfanipians ijlectorate, visitedInglewood on Wednesday 'eVciiing,' when lie addressed it"■ largely attended meotiug of elector# "nb= the Toiyn Hull. Amongst thoeo present, -was •Mr. A. Gray, M.L.A. - ' . ' I. - ■ The Mayor (Cr Ansett) preMded, and in introducing Mr. Iivioc, made reference to the dark war-cloud overhanging the world. After reading tho latest lie cvs just published by th»""Inslewood Advertiser," in which the-intinifttion that tho tirst shot had been tired in Australia was received with cheer?, he called for the National Anthem. All present rose and thu anthem was heartily sun};, to be followed immediately-after with an enthusiastic remWins of "Rule Hiitm-! uia" and vigoious chuers for the Empire, great enthusiasm being shown. I Mr. Irvine, who .was received with ap plause, prefaced his reniaiks on current politics with a refireiico to the disaste...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RHEOLA. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 August 1914

RHEOLA. (From our Correspondent.) A meeting of the Public Hull Committee was held'in thi)'l\leclririics' Hall on Satur day,' tlie president, Mr. II. J. Jackson, occupying the chair. It was decided to issue debenture^ for about £200, redeemable in ten year* from dato of issue, or at any time prior to that dato to bo determined by tlit) Trustees. The rate of interest is to be 6 per ccnt. per annum. About £100 was taken up at the meeting, and it was decided to hold sport.", art union, concert and ball on Wednesday, Oet. 28th. It was decided to apply to tho Koiong Shiie C»un oil to have that date proclaimed a public holiday in the Parishes in the neighbor; hood of I'heol i. MrN. Olsen wax appoint ed secietary,-and .» spoits committee were appointed to draw up a piograinuic on Saturday, and submit it to a general meet ing cm llio ICnh iiist. The .committee de cided to advertise in the "Age" and "Aigiis" for competitive di-sighi; for a.con crete building, (it) x 2", with not .less thaii 1...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Janiember East. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 August 1914

Janieraber East. A voiy successful c.Uuhru p u ly and danco VJ .^K\'H,i'ding fund, wis hold in lM Viocn.inios' Mull. Tiu»-dny evoninif. "ulu» c ilice, nioonljuht nulit, them u'ns ;i urge crowd prwumt,.'- Mi* Uiwt-rm w<»iul)'o ladies' prize for the.euchre, Mil Mr Kunfc Davis the geiibluiiu>{i;s. Dancim; ums up until Giirly next, linn ninji. Kxyelljnt music was providiui-.lty^Cerchi'f nrchi*tM» >vJ)iio Mr Chap,liiilt'y cirried out tlw duties of M C.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 August 1914

GOLF. . Tlso following is the li'nndi<Mp And druw Dr. G. W, Duilivin's tiojihy, to lie (lUyod off At ilio links to-morrow : — Miss M; Huiuphfuv. 1-4, v. Miss M. A. Kelly, 22. Mi-s Tiiyj-imi, 22 i Mhs Kttlly. 20. Miss L'.niiii.i(;li, :2, v .Mi-.i Cimpui', 24. Slisa Coutts, 20, v Mis? McKcan, 24. Mis A. Juniiinss, ccr, v Miss Gray, 20. Miss Nixon, 20, v Miss S. fnysom, 30. Mrs A. Nixon, 30, v Miss Greiifsll, HO. , Miss Apploby, 30, v Miss Cuirii", 20,, Mis9 G; Tutchell, 20, v Miss O. Hum phrey, 10.' Mi<s Isuno, 12, v Miss Donaldson, 20. Miss Jomiing!", 12, v Miss Soutliey, 20. Miss M. Isaac, 20, v Miss B. Builic, 24. — Miss B,»iliu, 20, v Miss llnryess, 28. Mifg L. Wiggins, 30, v Miss Slonn, 24. ,Miss Ouiak,.2U, .v .Miss Liiiyh, 321 . G. W. Sutherhnd defeated A..Phillips in. tlio play-off 'for S. F. Diddams' trophy. The results olf 'stick play were : —Suther lunct, 87 ; Phillip?, 98. . . ' . ; Entries-for Elio lucitl'tournnnient: close on I 'Monday, rind the secr...

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

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Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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SPORTING. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 August 1914

SPORTING. FOO.TBAIjIj. Tn;iiini'iiV.y'/inVit'elies ....l>iiilguw!i(er v.. .Inglewood at Bridge witter. . y '^°ron= Vsle v. We'ddei burn at Korong Hie Ingluunud Wednesday team will journey tn Pmvlett to-morrow afternoon, eahslo»\inK at 2 o'clock simm. The In glownod te«m will lie selected from the : — Biistoiv, Munuy, Nuvins, ll,n,""s (2). .Smith (H), . Hughon, tttkiiis". Butcher, Ltiil.eits (2), McCnniisli, ""SB", Bradley,.Need* (2), Biy»inc.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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EUROPEAN WAR. Thursday, 9.25 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 August 1914

^ HI I ■ -1 . Thursday, 9.25 aim. Germany is asking for. 3 50 rfrillions from the Reichstag. ■ Italy, Sweden arid the United State* have proclaimed their , neutrality. The.Germans are .declared officially to have beaten , the French at Cissy, near ;Nancy, .and also at Maisle; a town near Metz. - v ' _ ■ v'.y" The Germans have occupied the railway station at Basle. Messrs. Bureris, Beauchaimp, Harcourt, Simmon and Mas terman contemplate leaving the British Cabinet, but the German conduct over Belgium has had a great effect on them. . Mr. Asquith and Sir Edward Grey in fine speeches told Parliament how Germany refused to give assurances about the Belgian neutrality, except that she would not annex Surpin. The French inventor, Melinite, says his explosive will an nihilate the enemy. ,, . Mr. Redmond says the Home Rulers and Ulstermen will combine to protect Ireland, and will set regular troops free. The Kaiser, in a White Book, claims to have united shoul-; der to shoulder with Great B...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GERMANY TO RULE THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 August 1914

dE^MA^Y TO RULE THE WORLD. ' A Berlin official paper itatee thatwhsn the German sword is again-in "le scab bard Germany will be the mightiest nation in the world, giving world peacie, enlightenment and prosperity. . From,private sources it waB learned last evening .that the ordinary early edition of the "Il^rald",was. suppressed, owing, it is stated, to information' having been published regarding mobilisation. Another issue was published at 8 p.m.

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

Schnapps" -j ... the ' "j.„ World's V Nightcap. Buy Whole jottleg. AMUSEMENT#. . • : ; If you want to enjoy:yourself come to (lie Simpson Creek Excelsior Tennis Club ' PLAIN POSTER AND MASKED Fancy Dress Ball. .. . To. be held on Tuesday,September 1st, 19l4t In the Hall at ARNOLD. When Prizes will be given foiy -ij Best Poster Costume, Lady; Best roster Costume, Gent ; Best I'ancv Costume, 1-ady; Best Fancy Costume, Gent; Most i. : .Original Character; Most Humorous Char acter; and several special prizes. •■•Moonlight. Gvod-musK'. Dancingat 8 p.m. Supper provided. - Double Ticket, 3s; extra ladies, Is Od. Spectators' Platform Tickets, is (id each. L, WOObA LJ,, Hon. Sec. "Notice to Breeders.. Mr. D. ..METELMANN, of Arnold, J .Tias.-purcbase3.a:'. Stud Ayrshire Bull from Mr W. P. Brisbane, of "Gowrie Park," Caroperdown, and will (like a few approved cows to him. His Dam gave 10;79tiJ lbs. of Milk, and ~482i lbs. of Butter 111 L'73 days under Government supervision. f . For further pa...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 August 1914

Advertise Your District I TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. II you wish yotir district to gain prom inence, do not ke«o the knowledge of local happenlpjs to yourself. Itwouwish events in whie" you are interested to be' nade public, just diop a line to "The idverfisor" office in time to allow of arrangements being made or a reporter to attend, or, /ailing that, try your own hand at reporting. Don't bother to a ay great extent about the composition ot articles; just write tully and clearly—the editor wiH do the rest. Weddings, deaths, aocidente, concert®, iports, Eooial gatherings and personal parntfrnpliB nre nil of interest to. your neighbors, and by drawing public atten llon to your district you are doing a good work. Timt there is reason for this remiuder U not our fault.. We have, unfortunately, bo miraculous power of knowing what'is. happening in all the area served by this fcurnal, but are desirous, with yourco-' operation, of lessening our limitations, H'rite the names of persons an...

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PRESBYTERIAN. SUNDAY, 9th AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 August 1914

I 1 PRESBYTERIAN. I SUNDAY, 9th AUGUST. ! Morning— II a.nr., Serpentine. I Afternoon—3'p.m., Powlett. _ \ Evening— 7 p in., In^lcwooil. "The Christian Mind ami War." Special prayers for peace.' • j Rev. A. L. G.. Ash, M.A. I

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Church Notices. ANGLICAN. SUNDAY, AUGUST 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 August 1914

Church Notices. .ANGLICAN. SUNDAY, AUGUST 9th. Jngleivooil— 8 a'.in., II.0. » • 11, n.m., Miittins.-. 7 p.in;, Evensong.'. Kurlinj;— ■ 2 ^ -■ . Bridgownte'r^r'.",,, y;' •" , . 3.45 * ■. All' AerxJccs'.by- theiVic'arV " Kbrong V^fe— ;V. ' ■ ■ , 11'a.m.,' MaUinsl. ^ | .7 p.in., Evensong.' ' Powlett • J 8 p.m., Evensong.' ■- y All services by .Mr, Walter Will tera. , j

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GERMAN SQUADRON PREPARING FOR ATTACK [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 August 1914

GERMAN SQUADRON PREPARING FOR ATTACK Advices from Rome state Uiat'a Geririan iquadroti is prepaying to attack thC'Frenci) offMossina. 1 -

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