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SPORTING. FOOTBALL. LODDON YALLEY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 18 September 1914

SPORTING . FOOTUAMV. LOUDON YALtKY-^SpCIATipN. X record crowd .(write*'our. Arnold.cor j respondent) attended at the Newbridge recreation reserve on Saturday Inst, when Newbridge and Arnold played off for the premiership of the above association. The day wae » little too windy for good football, but the beautiful, large pine trees which turround tlio playing ground helped to lueak the wind.» good; deal. When the Arnold .team lined npiit w»9 found thxt .. live of their best pluyeiy (l'. arid H- Chnm herlain, Wdodall, . Wr Arnold _ and - \V. Cnli'ey) were abreiit owing th being laid Hp with » liad attack «f intiuetzi. Substitutes hail to lw found to take their places, and jt wis decided ,ti>. put in A, Hughes, K. O.dey uiul Wes. Graham. .' This just about brought the team up to its; usual playing utrength. The Nowbridge team, with thai exception of T. Brett (whose place wasi well filled), wis there t» a nun. It Was a ' great game, worthy of a match for the premiership. ' Arnold had...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Deat Possums. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 18 September 1914

Deal Possums. —O A case which occupied the attention of Mr E. i\r. Moore, P.M., and Mr. C. J. Anaett, .1.P., for a considerable time at tlie Serpentine police court on Wednesday was one in which F. Culleu was charged with unlawfully tripping opoaaum*. Inspector Rowson, of the Gamea and Fisheries Department, prosecuted. De fendant conducted his own case, complain ing that he had been placed under a disadvantage through Itia inability to procure legal representation. He liad,li« asserted, been unable to procnrea solicitor from either Kerang or Bendigo. . The evidence fir the prosecution, ai detailed by Constables Brown, oi Mitiauio, and Fattorini, formerly of Serpentine but now of Bendigo, was, briefly, that on 10th December defendant, in company with a man who then gave liis name as Arthur Jones, but whose torrect name was Arthur Beggs; was camped in the vicinity oi th« Four Posts Hotel, Jnrklan. By reasono( complaints ami reports Constable Brown visited the camp early in the morning...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The War. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 18 September 1914

The War. - .The latest-tidings from the (rcmt tend ■ in the belief that the 'Germans are sue ' ■ • ceedin" |ii closing lip Hie, ranks harried - and broken during the retreat (rom Pj»r\8, |nii' that, although "hard pressed,' thfty W(ll 8(^on recover 'sut^eiuntly to'tura and ; iliow adetennincd front to their.purauers. :i -, Reports oj minor successes: by tne:Allies !i' sre ntiiuoroiia' and a statement (uncon firmed) is made that General Von Kluck, fflth 25,00(1 mon, has surrendered. It is • |ilain to all thai success is with our arms _ u present, hut rt continuance. of such news as we have recently' been supplied With cannot reasonably bo hoped for.' The llritish troops continue to. merit lite Ilia'1 reputation gained by (hem in the Mvly sta^ea of the. ti»htint:, and are now M effective in attack an they wore prc» vioualy in covering the French retreat. Their record U a mafjnlllcent one. Ollielal iil'wh from Berlin la received to the effect that 15 voaaeU of th« German Baltic lieut w...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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East Loddon Shire Election. MONDAY NEXT POLLING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 18 September 1914

East Lbdtfon Shire Election. MON'iWV-NEXT POLLING DAY. lire eleutibij for the vacancy in the representation'of the South Ridingon the above council' will take place on Monday next. Polling, will be conducted between the hours of 8 a.m. an! 4 p m , at booths situated at the Shire Hall, Serpentine, and State School, Yallook. As is knownj there are two candidate) for the position. Mr. A. Ettershank, of Kast I^oridon, who after a lengthy connec tion with the council retire' Taut month, has, by dint of much persuasion, been induced to again offer his services to the ratepayers, while Mr. P. McGrath, of Pompa|)iel, has also nominate 1. The main'i>aint oil 'which the contest is being fouglit'has relation to 'the 'movement— \yitl| 'wl|icl| oijr reader's are co'nversanf— recently put on foot' to'obtaii) aii enlarge ment; of tl)e Serpentine Sl)ire IJijll. At) appeal lo the electors is joqkt*} tq by eaclj candidate as justification or otherwise fop the action then taken. Good interest id be...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Leichardt. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 18 September 1914

Leichardt. The annual meeting of the local gun club was held on Friday night, gome •representatives being present from Derby' The hares stiot during the eenaon »tnoiinted to 40. Throe foxes were also killed. The club donated £19' to the Bundicn Hospital, arid it was unanimously agreed thivi Mr D. E. Ciow, the energetic, tnd 'courteous secretary of tlie club, •liquid be nominated for the position of life'governor to tlio institution. Crops are still holding out here and in Derby. In some places the crops-look wonderfully well considering the «eaBon, »nd are from 1 ft. to 18in. high, of good color and fairly thick.. Oats do not pro mise well, being too short, but wheat, rrops with a' yood spring rain will yield i « ^ ver.v large quantity of hay"and. chaff lias been sent from here to the northern areas.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 18 September 1914

MOtfORS, AND CYCLES. THE INGLEWOOD MOTOR GARRGE Specialises in nil classes of Engineering. Motor Elcctrical Mechanical. Cars for Hire at All Hours. In the char^o of competent drivers. Note tiiesk Sm'euai, Kkati'ises : Plant ja right Up-to-date. All Work undertaken and satis faction guaranteed. All Lathe Work is done on the premises at n moment's notice, thus saving patrons much de lay. Oil, Gas and Petrol Engines repaired and supplied. Electrical Work a specialty. Sole Agent for: Massev, Imperial and lied Bird OY'CLKS and St'IT I.IKS. B.S.A. Cycles Built to Order, with latest improvements. INGLEWOOD MOTOR GARAGE A. W. ROCHESTER I'KOPRl ETOR A. H. GOOK. Wholesale and Retail BUTCHER. Choice Spring Lamb now for sale. Beat Quality Meat Guaranteed PRICES MODERATE. . Families waited on for orders daily. COMMERCIAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE CO. Fire Insurance (Houses, Haystacks and Standing Crops) JLire Stock and Foaling Jiiskn At Lowest Rates. Agent for Ingleirood and District F. H, SYMONDS, B...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Saturday Half-Holiday Fixed For Whole State. COUNCIL PASSES CLAUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 18 September 1914

Saturday Half-Holiday Fixed Fqr Whole State 'OGUN'OH, PASSES CLAUSE, I'Vom January 1st the SainriJay half holiday provision will apjily to the whole State, the Legislative Council on Tuesday night. having passed the clause in the Factories Bill authorising this change. At present; shops in the metropolitan area are required by Statute to close at I p.m. on Saturday, 'and certain country towns have had regulations pasted by the Ciovernor-in-Council tlxing the weekly half holiday on the same afternoon. Under the clause contained in the fac tories. Bill—which has already been agreed to by the Legislative Assembly—sl)0|>s throughout Um State must close at 1 |i.m. on.Siitu.rduy, hut the right it reserved lO'any ,country district to petition f«-r !Ome other, afternoon in the week. ' It-is'ttiQuuln that seaside anil tourist "esorts.pnd oorder towns, which lm'« to :ompete .w'it-fi shops in another State, vill'.avail .-themselves of this ri«hi to >etition.. Jjqqtth,; Schedule shops (fr...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 18 September 1914

BUOI' 88 NOTICES. PORTER'S Winter ' Sale of Drapery, Boots and Shoes For ONE MONTH. IfJuctions in every Depart ment , Millinery at Absolute Cost ALSO Ladies' Costumes, Coats and Skirts • QPhe largest Assortment of Ladies' and Children's Underclothing Overcoats, Blankets, Rugs, Linos, Down Quilts. . '20 per cent Cheaper Splendid Selection Ken's Suits, Hats, . < Shirts, v, "Ties; All Seduced Special Prices in Tailoring for One Month Portmanteaus Bags, Dress . Baskets, Suit Cases, and for Travelling Trunks Special; Vaiue Phone 11 Come early "Here We are Again!' Arthur - - - - Nixon, General Merchant INGLEWOOD. Cordially invites the public of Inglewood surrounding districts to "come over here" and hia large and varied stocks. Hii qualif ies are second" to nbii'e, and prices the very lowest. Those who are unoble to visit N'ixon'e Store* will do well to write for quotations, wh«n a reply per return piat will be'snb aaitted. Goods carefully packed ami sent per rail same day as o...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 18 September 1914

Advertise Your District! TO'AtX WHOM IT MAY COS CRUX. It you wish yonr district to gain prom inence, do iwtkc.z the knowledge of locnl•iinnpetu'iBH toyourself. If youwish events in which yon ere .hili-rested to be made public-, just uiop n line'to "The Advertiser" oflipe in time to nllow of arrangements being made 'or a reporter to attend, or, failing that, try your own hand at reporting. Don't bother to any great extent about the composition ot articles! just write fully and clearly—Hie editor will do the rest. Weddings, deaths, accidents, concerts, I ports, social gatherings and personal paragraphs arc all of interest to your neighbors, and by drawing-public atten tion to your district you are doing a good work.-' " That there is reason /or this reminder is not our fault. We hat e, unfortunately, no ihini'ciilou.s power ol knowing what "is happening in all the area served by this journal,-hut-are desirous, with yoiir co operation, of lessening our limitations. WriCc the names of p...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Inglewood Advertiser. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 18 September 1914

Messrs'. B'fijf. :Aniii 'luo'ckp; * members of llie Licensing' Reduction Board, were iiigaged at .tho Court pofisc yesterday-in lakirig formal evidence in connection with the lixing of compeusatidn for the district liotqU recently delicensed. ..They will be similarly .engaged, to,.day. Tlie decisions »f the Board willbp,announced in Bendigo tin- Monday next. . An inquiry-AWi held at'the ToliccCourt nn Tuesday morning by Mr. -10. N. Moore, P M., district coroner',the cause of the death ot an .unnamed child, the son if Mary Kcrwin, which, took place on the 19th August. After-hearing the evidence of Dr. Deraviu and . the mother of the infant:, the coroner foiled .that tlie. child was accidentally killed through receiving injuries to the head shortly after birth. At the Police Court on.Tuesday'morn ing',-Mr. E. N". Moorej.j'.M., presiding, Simon Riddoch. was f'uied 5b on each of three cases for neglecting to comply with the-attendance clause of tji.e Education Act. The.jilternntive was'...

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Church Notices. PRESRYTERIAN. SUNDAY, 20th SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 18 September 1914

Church Notices. ; l*u ks it r'.\ nk;'; St)SL»JkY, 2011 i.&EPTKMBKK. Morning -,1 l. a.in., - fcerpciinne. Afternoon;-!?,,ji.in ^.Powlctf. • Eveni;-':—7' piiii.', Inglei-no'di P .. "a. ' (sh. m.a.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 22 September 1914

u • Wolfe's Schnapps" the World's Nightcap. Buy Whole Bottles. PUBLiC NOTICE*. Inglewood Hospital. (Incorporated.! HOSPITAL SUNDAY AT GROUNDS, SUNDAY, 18th OCTOBER. For Sale. PEN of Six White Leghorn FOWLS, unrelated Rooster. Padman and Sunnyhurst laying strain. 2oa. A. 'i'AVKRNER-WALKER; Belmont Street. Kingower School Patriotic Fund. A CONCERT and DANCE in aid of the above will he held at the State School, Kingower, on I'ri lay, October 2nd, 1914. Admission to Concert Is, children free: to Dance, pentlemen, la 6d. A. K. PEVEKILL. Head Teacher. ELECTION NOTICES. Sbire of East Loddon. SOUTH RIDING. DECLARATION OF RESULT OF POLL AT EXTRAORDINARY ELECTION, 21,9/1914. I HEREBY pivc notice that at the Poll held beforo me this 21at day of September. 10H, for the.election of One Councillor for the South Ridine oi the Shire of East Loddon,' the following votes were recorded:— ALFRED ETTERSHANK ... 130 PHILLIP McGRATH. 65 Majority for A. Ettershank... 74 I therefore declare : the eaid Alfre...

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East Loddon Silire Election MR. A. ETTERSHANK RETURNED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 22 September 1914

fiasi Loddoa MR. A. ETTKRSHANK RETURNED. Polling for the vacancy in the repre sentation of the South Hiding of the •VI Shire took place yeaterday wjth the following result:— „ ; Kttcrshiink. McQralh. Perpentuie 1H ... 40 lalloolc 25 ... 25 Total h 139 , 65 Majority for Elleraliank, 7-i. Vm ^ ^'le I"glowond Uoipital .(Mr S. Deeblu), Hcknowledijes with Itlmnkn til® receipt af tho following:— | L2 Ita 2d from thu curator, re tie* Ling, aeci!ii!ii'd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 22 September 1914

A life on tlie ocean wave, A home on tho rolling deep, M*y lie all very fino forn miriner brave, With none but hiiiinelf,to keep— Yd, Heave <)! But— The land lubber bold, Who, frpni cough mid from cold, Has n wife and six kids> to cecure, | With ii cottage ifiUHt do— | And h bottle or two, Of Woods' Great JPeppcrmiot Cur*.

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Life's War Guide. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 22 September 1914

Life's War Guide. Tli« m'trnje man ivho eagerly reads the' war cililfi i» constantly puzzled by rnich' ijueiie? as "Wlut is an Army Corp»i"' "Wlin is Joffre/" "Hoiv is .tn* Army' Fmuied Which Nation owns lhe Mo»t' Aiishipr?'' "Wholeul theGreat Armies!" etc Life magazine 1h< just issued the tint sixpenny number of "Life's W*r Guide—* new and excellent war publication—in which hundreds of queries such as the ibove are cleaily ansneied. These many answers tn war ijuenes are supplemented, by a mini tier of excellent special *rticle«— notably t>fn by L)r W. li. Fitchett, entitled! "The Strategy nf tlie Great War," *od: "How the Great Wir Bejjan." "Life'* War Guide" is published at pence in fortnightly pirts,. With enchi number is included an ei^ht ptge pocket war atlas—a most useful idea for ready' reference. Anybody who leads "Life1* War Guide" will certiinly find ra*ny dnily puzzles lfoout the war made phin, and =iWo* enjoy an excellent cluster uf specitl <r^r'...

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Starving Stock. ARRANGEMENTS FOR RELIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 22 September 1914

Starving Stock. AR1!AXGE3It'N'TS FOR BELIEF, i A? a icsult oF tbo dry conditions, ro-*lly i« spring iliou^ht, for somo weeks past, iJiuincious inquiries luvo been nude at the 'Lands Department as to Crown lands Lh vt ;»rts available for tho glazing of stock from i(lie diy areas. Considerable attention is ilieing given to the range country forming itho eastern section of tho State, and par .UicitWrly the snow legion, on which after itliu melting of tho snow good pasture may itie looked for. This range country is held milder annua) licence by a number of licensees whose lights expire on October III. The nuestion of renewing-these has been considered by the Minister of Lanes having legiml to tho starving stock neces Mtits, Al the .-nine time the Minister ha* to consider the position of existing licen sor, many nf whom have held the land for ytais, and,'lmvm« stock nf their own, will lie placed m n difficult position if deprived af ll\e use nf thi-land. -.To i.|b;r tho riuht by tender w...

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The War [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 22 September 1914

iflwWaK Tlio consensus of opinion, nPsris message states, w that the battle of. tlio Aiane River i* tin) iii"-"" important in the. campaign. It is ovidently not a teatgtiard action to protest the retreating German convoy*, Suit a supremo encounter, closing tlio cm of lii(! o|jeiatiotis in France. .The French ■■enural stall"consider that Iho Allies'front*! attack is developinu under favorable condi •'{iritis, lilt-' Gemian fcounter attacks beinji ''K-'pult'cd. The Allies' uair.s urn necetsaiily glow Vnvini: to t lie stiength nf the German foiti lii'il p'isili ms. Final succesn will probably be achieved by thinntening tho lino of ' Oeriii'iti communications, rather than by "oirryiiig position* 1 Meanwhile the (jetiiiin communications ! mo not as precarious ae come iupposr. 'AVhilo they hold Turgnier, to tho south of "St; Qu'entin, and Laon, they have two line* :'vVf railway, one running across Luxemburg vand the Belgian railway via Mona and St. Quentin. ■ 'A communique made available ...

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Licenses Reduction Board. INGLEWOOD DISTRICT. COMPENSATION AWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 22 September 1914

Licenses fiedactiod Bi^d, INGLtS>OOD DlSTRICi. | COMPENSATION" AWABDS. ) ir.-= Sxei b-tbe Ucez -*:*. T:e-ii.r".I :r. £>.i-d :'"r variocs delict-: *- j ir. the dlitric: -j--.r.'-.ai v^iterdi-"a: Eez-iiz'-', as — ' 0*xer. LicenK-e.] Eichinj-; Bank Ho:ef Hirp Erin ff•..:«?I A'i4:phi tiotei ... sprisz Cr-rri lie >!. K': r: r. — _ Sii'ii.nri; H ,: ? V:-;ioria I{o:rT. IVehia.. Pc-?: 0.^:4 Hvie!, HLe'/Is 230 £.>:o — 4-TO M'J ZV> r-.i 3tt ■r'j 27.5 *0 r;-_v ■>'i 2-ji is

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The Markets. INGLEWOOD STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 22 September 1914

I The Markets. — o | INGLKWOOIJ STOCK SALK. Thornv* Miirrn *nd Co. report hwing h«id their monthly s-aIc »t their Inglewood y*rcn i.-n Tiiun-^y when the following utic'r* e r -■ teilHvd : — -Shscp.—Croj'hrud t*f-, l'2a 6d, 19<, 18« lid ; merino net!i~r«, 15j Id, 18j 34 ; ?jirir>^ liniVis, U-i, lit :}d, 13i Cd ; ptt 12<, 1,1 2-i ; f*t »he»p, LI Is 9Jj f.it l-.mb-, l2f. Ciltlf. — L'-to*, LC l.'t", L5 01, Li lO* ; liu!l"clc.-<. L7 l-r>< : -tecr-<. L4. Pia.-.—Porkers, Ll 7i, L2 10-. Ll las, LI '2- &1 : ilip-s 12-, ll-?. UK 8iCd, 7«, 6i. A'e .-'ild nn Hcount of the folIowiDg vendf.r, :—S. McS :im*ra, L. Curoll, C. Smith, \V. ij'Tiw>U, P. Master«on, Mr«-T. Urah^n, J. H. Turpie, D. P»rry; W. Rimer, \V. A. BUsett, W. J. Hill, £. O'.SInnnes-y, D. KUU, H. W. Gibbon, T. li-jtlu.-, 'I. Isiri-ll, X. Pot tsr, \V. G. CoutU, .Mr- Gibbon, senr., Gibbon, J. liucand J. McGurtie.

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Relief Works. TO BE CARRIED ON BY BOROUGH COUNCIL. ON WATER CATCHMENT AREA. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 22 September 1914

I ! Belief Works. Tm 3K CARRIED OX CV BOROUGH COUNCIL. OX WATER CATCHMENT AREA. A" C7en!r*2"" meeting of ih* I-"»rr.i3z;i C->unci' C? lUn-h^flr stated he woald li'-ce f- c:-t the c«*»:ncil on th« rr»-ve U» fpervi »« n. • rronsy, They w*re in funs*, ~s,r,J. f !;-:•* were a lot "f tiisu'io the to*n "«j: 1: it-jiric. He co?fidered they *hojM j>»" At:enti»m to the rHtchmerit *0 :rhC, > ben r*iri cuji<*. they woj!J £-■ a« ff.'jth Ti^r in rhe reservoir ** p^vssi! le. A: pr**s*n: the w\:«r div«*r:ed from .ts nrf.jr-r «j .ur^i snllie* : od holes by ie\v*»^_Had debn< Thi* should iid clev ed cp, am! the m*!!e<r *: the lr\ct »*»? 'he r»^rvr,lr, P^-vrd* the should he • r»li«d nr.tl hum:. In this whjt they <.->.uId I liivt-employment to imny wh'j wt-uld be uWd ae". it. There >ere Iota c.f ways in which Hb-jr coiilrt oe en:tiloyed, *ndtli<;y nee-; r.' t h* arrvd l>> .-prr.d or ivcn £24>'i "n the .-itchtnent. Cr I/eiih ...

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