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The Rainfall. THIS YEAR'S SHORTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 October 1914

The Rainfall. THIS YKAR'S SHORTAGK. A rniuptrison of (lie rninfull for the pant four years, 100!) to 1!M3, emphasise tltc j;reiit shortage in this year's full 1° date While the ureiitCHt fall duriiii; tli»t period was 20in 75pts. in 1012, tho lowest wag loin. IWpU., in 1910. The average wa« 17in. SOpts. Up to the present the fall for this year Iihh totalled tiin. M pta., eoimerpiently if the average ia to 1"" maintained lOin. HOpts. will have to (nil. in the remaining three months. rainfall for'September ne? nfl follow*—let. t H paints; 10th. ti pbiliti', 19iIi,H) point'! total, It) |)o|nta'. : !t;i|n ||iu fallen mi ■ different days for the year. As n rean1', of the uliclk^e, 'this rvservoir fa extremely., low, and unloxs a t;nod f.ill ialces pin1'* ; Speedily the supply will lucoiiif allo^t"', ther exhausted. Th» following are the total falls ("t tile years mentioned: — Inehes. I'ta. 190'J 15 "1 1910 ... ... l-r> l« ' 1911 20 l-~> 1912 20 n 1913 19 24

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
State Election Issues. MEMBERS IN A DILEMMA. THE SCRIPTURE REFERENDUM. "BETWEEN TWO FIRES." [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 October 1914

State Election Issues. MEMBERS IN A DIUCMMA. THE SCRIPTURE UKt-'ERKNUI'M. "BETWEEN TWO FIRES." The meeting of the Slat? Minisleiiili-la licit! Ht'l'arliaineiit.' House on Wednesday w.is devoted to :i somewhat anxious (1 is« cushion of cireulir* and letters received by members from' iba Anstialiaii C.nhnlic Federal ion. ■ The circulars contain in quiries as to whether members favor or oppose, the Sciipture Uefeteudum Bill, separate 2IIHUS, the appointment ofair.ynl commi-sion on tlx* edtioition system, nnj the extension to outside schools of privi leges enjoyed by the State school children.; Several members Slid they had been infm nied that llie circulars h id been sent to nil niemheis, irrespective of piity. In addition to the ciicuUis u pioportion of thi* member* h.'id teceivmj letters to the ell'ect tlrit a rt'l-ii^ht-out answer n \e expected, as the Roman Catholics were strongly organised. .Some members were particularly outspoken in the expression of' their news upon the attitud...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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German Einpire's End. A MONK'S REMARKABLE PROPHECY. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 October 1914

German Einpire's End. A MONK'S HEMARKAIiLK . PHOPHKCV.. ..A French coi respondent tend!" us (The "Aiio") the following extract from "Science SiltiitR*" of 10th September,'19*"* •"(Jermin Empire's Knd : A 'Startling Prophecy.—Five years more and the Ger man empire will come to an end. So at least says a prophecy made in the l.'ltli cahtmy by a monk named Hermann, who lived inutile monastery of Lehnin, in liran denbejs;, where lie .wnite a work, in Latin concerning. the future destiny of Germany fur many centuries. The. work is styled the 'Vaticimuni Lehninense,' and it is m. verses after the- manner <if the SybUline Ijookj.- The monk seems.to h ive foretold llHMlefett at Jena and tin.constitution lif the fiefinanic.confederation-iu 1815. Un-; fortunately,' the prophetic-Herman foretells fo. plain- language the downfall of the Hohenzolleiii dynasty, and William II. is destined to bo the last of his race " to be on*the Imperial:'thronu. In 1840, William I, Kiiigrof Prussia, ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Native Game Laws. SKIN BUYERS PUNISHED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 October 1914

ftfitiVa Game LawS. BUYERS PUN1SHKU. , "'-At tl>* Kiohmond Court on Monday tfiu firm of j. Kennon and Sons Pty. Ltd. w«h nlwveed on three counts with hiring - iJ legtlly puroha«ed kangaroo or native name ilcins.Evideoo« was given 011 behalf of the department *s to tha taking of the dkins to defendants' premises. James Gardiner (director of the lirm) said that «jjioilic instruction* had been given to Jhe employes1 Vnj> Itnmpro* or native fcamo • skjitS'itPtyed*. from ftUtinh* ;in Vistoriii,' tiu ieiI'j'rned t'l'iJiu senilei'.' Ooo of tlie.se str vilitsliad'icU'il in » »'^y altogether unknown t.i (lie c(iiii|)iiny. iiiiimss Hi-it ho h-iil"mild 50 n|iii.«>;ii».--ki»i« ,i1'Kl-1)|).)|)'h >tuiu on August 14th, .. j-ln 8>»vo. t».o man who received tliuni to understand that they came fronij thoiGlmrltoi) district. Witnaia added that there <vau plenty of kangaroos lip there, and was told to send the ekinu along,. a| few day» later he sold the skins of H<{...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Alleged Assault. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 October 1914

Alleged Assault. At the Police.Court mi Weduesday, Mr. K. N. Moore. P.M., and tlio Mayor (Cr. Ausett) presiding,-Uichard Donaldson was climgod sl>y Seuioi-consUblo Dann with h.-iyiiiy i>" thu -4th August list, at Inyle wuod, uilln i*fu 11 y -ind indecently assaulted n jjirl under the \ >e. of Jti years. Licensing Inspector Middlemiss conducted the pro secution, And Mr. Luke Murphy, instructed by Mr. F. K. llorati, appeared for the defendant. Lengthy evidenca w.is taken, tint jjivon I>y the jiri beinn in a very urei.t measure re tmttcd by witnesses for defendant. Defendant completely denied the otfencj .alleged, hut admitted having detained informm t for a luief period agajii-t her will in tlu Uecre utioii Reserve, just opposite her home, where iiie dtfence was stated to li ivo been committed, flis intentions hid been per fectly innouerit. The gul.had been di« tiexji-d because of her detention, and he h wl ap'iln^ised to her parents for-detaining her. On Ihe concln-ion of...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Licensing Prosecution. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 October 1914

Licensing Prosecution. At the, Police Court on Wednesday, huforo Mr K. N. Mooie, l'.M;, and the Mayor, William F. Tatchell, licensee unci proprietor-of' tlio lloj il Hotel, whs pro ceeded against for having, on the lllli September, 'failed "to liavo his bar door lucked (Union prohibited hours. Licensing ( Inspector Middleniius prosecuted, unit de feudint, who pleaded guilty, was irpie siVnted by Mr'iJ: T. Ke'kiiu'. tonstable Smith deposed that/at 11 50 on 'taeptUtnher'J.tth, iir company \vith Constable 0 ihifl,' lio hid visited tlm Itoyal Hotel. lie Imd knocked Hb I lie Mile door f.iciok Vorilon >treet, <tnd 11 Voieo replied (nun within, '"It's' after hours." Ho said "It's the police,'' imd MrTatcholl opened the door. 'On going up the passage towards the baf lui found thiibir door with it key in it, ami a door leading ;froni tlio (lit- into ii room at 'Iho back' was' open. There were four or live nien seated lio.e.' Asked why he did not have-Jus- bar door locked, defen...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Presbyterian Floral Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 October 1914

Presbyterian Floral Fair. Thia event, held in the Town Hull on Wednesday and yesterday, notwithstand ing the adverse conditions with' which- it wftB'eoutrouted, resulted in a Imam-lal success with which the prom iters ftrK pleased. 'ilic attendance wascei-tainlynot go-large as would have been the ease' had circumstanccB beer. more . favorable, |,„t at each. afternoon session a (air number Attended,.and M^ thu.,evenings! tlie i,»U 'Vas.wqll thronged, ...IVto date, business methods were employix! by the manage.' ment, !).,iid these, conjointly with Hie', Hvinpatliy entertnino 1 by those present with Yhe object to be served, tesnited in' a ready trade beliij; done. The hnit w„3 prettily decorated, anil the various stalls reflected great credit upon the artistic taste of the holders.-, A busy air pervaded tire building,' the rations side allows and Attractions tending.to the general enter tainment.'That the fair was well organ. ised was evidenced-by the harmonv and amootbnesB wi.th- whi...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Conditloas in the Mallee. CHOP PROSPECTS DISAPPEARING. THE FINAL STAGE REACHED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 October 1914

Conditloas ia tt|c Mallee. - n - CHOP PROSPECTS DISAPPEARING. | THK FINAL STACK RBAOHKD. j Unless »noil rains fa'l within the next week, ur foitnight st the outMde, states the t'ei Like ".Time?," the prospects of any "Imivest Ht .01, much less a ptyiilile one, will h ive vanished completely. The ' posi ti(ii) is already serious'. Mi'l the fumers ,»elienilly :ire at their wits' end to know ivlrit to do wi'.li theii working teams in a piotiacted drought, mid ninny of tliein, par liciil iily in the i»4>v country to the uuith H ud fit.u) 1/iktf, we iimililu to finance sufficiently. to turtle them to purchase the li.ira nucessiiy of life. IUi>ines» people would veiy much like to cuiy ou licit1 cu~tonieis for another yen1, lint us they UiemseWes tind it impolitic to oliUin adequate accomodation, tlivy are coni'r'»lWd to >U"VVan sail, mill the conae ipienca id llwt busineis. in Llie iievr future will have to lie conducted on 4 cash l>**is. The iviit-lwid already ejeicised h res...

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POMPAPIEL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 October 1914

POMPAPIEt. (From our Cortespandent.) A highly successful concert was held in the Cc«•'» T-jtgOQti Hill «n Friday evening, principally by Mrs. McCauley's pupils, under the management (if the combined committees uf the Pompapiel and He.tr'* L igoou State soliools, in aid (if the Patri. (ilic Fund. In the unavoidable absenoe of the H«n. A. Gray, M.L.A., the uhiir was tiken liy Or. W. Hissott, of the Kast Lod don Shire Council. The following pro gramme was rendered ;—Tableau. "The Fairies".—I^ueen, Yeia Fyfl'e ; attendant faiiies, Hannah Rrook, Mary Henderson, ginnut Weeks, Selina iVeeks, Ruby Fylfe, Jessie Adam, Flossie Twig", Clarice CI ti k, Winnie Davidson, Florrie Clark, Mabel Clark, Alioe MoGrath and Kmily McCauley. The four last-named each recited a piece relative to the tableau. Recitation, "Aunt Tabithi," Mavis Clark (encared); duet, "I don't ivant to play in your yard," Alice McGuth and Emily McCauley ; souk, "Village .Minstrels," Normin and Stan Oitaway,- Dave Hendrisnn, ... ...

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Hospital Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 October 1914

r~'— —•-V.1 r-7— ; Hospital (ioitiiiiUtefl* 'I'lio monthly meeting nf the comniit.tee of management w:n held at the institution ou Thursday afternoon. Present :--Measrs J. C.Metelmann (president), E. Makepeace (vice-president), T. Nelson,-W. Bissett, T. F. O'Brien, F. E. Horan. Leave of ahsenco was grunted Member Gray on accjunt of ill-health. COnRF.Mi'ONDKNOF.. , Fiom Maldon Bobb, intimating that, lie would accede to the icrjueat to apeak at the Hospital Sunday gathering at Inglewood on the 18th instant..—Received, From the; State Accident Insmance Office, Melbourne, re the Workirs' Corn pensation . Act lftl-4, and seeking the business of the institution; J is. Turpie, as agent. for the Victoria Insurance Com puny, wrote to similar' effect.—Mr O'Brien moved that the hosjiit*! business lie given to tbj' Victoria Company. .Seconded by Mr Metelmtnn and carried. From Albert. Raines, ipgretting that lie cannot.see his (way clear to withdraw his resignation as a member of the committee. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 October 1914

MAK1C HIM FEEL YOUNG '"'I liad pains in the chest and stomach which the doctor said were due to "di gestion," writes Air. E. Ileajev, ^a5!,ltr' Kaurimu N-Z. "As his medicine did me no pood I was advised to try Chamber Iain's Tablets; and did so. 1 fcot ""Je diate relief, and am now » bottle in nrv room. I amnverj old man, but Clmu. berlain's Tablets make me: let well and young." Sold b> \\ . Jeniimg-, storekeeper, Injjleivood and M>sin. miscellaneous. For a Solution of the World's present Unrest and Warlike Preparations read "Christendom Astray," From the Bible. It appeals to the devout but distressed wheu popular theology bewilders, atheism TevoUs, and scicutilic gnosticism Kills anwhileUacceptitip Bible as divine, without reservation, it exhibits a system of truth in harmony with the scle"£ca °1 tlJai«!. vet supplies tne moral needs of everv full developed mind in Ul" ■♦ration of those truths connected witti revelation, or at least to the ^X'rvli of the Otherwise indispensab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 October 1914

. PUBLIC NOTICES. Inglewood Hospital. (Jneorfto>;4\e(p HQSprfAT. SOX PAY AT GRQVNPS, S1JNPAY, mil OCTOBER. Mr 'Mnldon■ Robb and Mr A, Gray, M,L.A., will deliver addressee . , The Inglewood Brain Band, conducted by Bandmaster Wallace, will yives its valuable assistance. ■ Combined Choirs will give soleclion" of iacred music, condneted by Cr A. Ham. Afternoon Tea. SAMUEL PEBBLE, Secretary. Inglewood Hospital. (Incorporated.) HOSPITAL Receipts for AugustLe Court Bros , £1; A,. M. Robertson, £5; S. M. phjllipa, M }0s Iflfl I S,1 " ll. Kane. X1 ' \V Oil; m'glewond HorougU OoUncll, £30', A. ,h. l.auynn, 'Mr; G: Male, old linen and periodicals; In patients, £12 10a; out-patients, £1 4s. Total, £57 19s 4d. SOROSES HAIR TONIC.' Tli is preparation is unsurpassed ne hair food and daildrnff preventative. A little sprinkled on the head flight Qiit} jporpipK, a^ul w;it!/y>f;sj£ag'2d' bvp ttie scalp, renders baliinpss impossible.Sb ' rosea Hair' Tonic will absolutely crow hair and prevent it...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 October 1914

n.,1) to'lay ijp With cold J ."I had tevt-re < old pccpmpauied with 'tis'.i.fsin! (iiins iii lliH sliest, nnd had to ul'i" wriit'B .Mr. Sum Scott, 50 Fitz gerald ttrotl, Nortli Perth, w.A. "1 had tried all eorta of medicines, but nothing ' i, Iue . the slightest good. Having i'UiuiiiliprlniiiV'Couth Remedy in stock j. and it gave me instant relief' iw 1 w»s quickly c»n?&.' wst' lave TPmninpd cured,'I Sold by clW, Jennings, '• Etorekeepe^ loglewood ■ arid Mjbia For Cfughe and C'olde. ^ ■ " Vs Wondii QcKkk Ptpiitiwiat

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 October 1914

S0UOSK8 SKIN FOOb.. Every woman who • wishes to appear beautiful sho>)liJ ugp "Sorcsee" fur the skin, it buinu: misurnaespi iii'preiel-vinL' the complexion, feuiossa Skin l'ooil ig. freshening, Softening, 'cleansing 'and beautifying, makes all blemishes such-at pimples, freckles, wrinkles,"sunburn and sallowness disappear like magic. Price 29 9d per jar. Obtainable at Miei K Sou they e, Inglewood. for Bronchial Coughs take Woods' Or«»t Psppnmiat Curt, li 6

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The Drought. ITS LOCAL EFFECT. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 October 1914

The Drought. ITS LOCAL KFFECT. ' Tin- effects of the drought ate becoming keenly felt in all directions. The graziers have sn f-ir, however, been the worst suf ferers, hs though the crop prospects nre exceedingly gloomy, stock owners have alttudy folt the pinch. . Although we »re nos only in the spring, when, under normal conditions, there is »n abundance of feed tor Btnck, there is absolutely no grass, and jh'tdutloiik'for the dry summer months ii jjnytliing hut cheering. f.yen with ruin jjoa it ctppqt be e*pectp4 the(-i wjll lie Hiiy great growth, i)3 hflt weatl|er et)ch i|f [ircvtiilecl yesterday and nn Sunday will he quite sufficient to wither ?ny yoijng grass thut might spring up before it can he lirnily established. in other localities, lopal district stock owners hi e endtfavoi jog to lease gracing piddccka in tho rn'oie fnyoretl portions of the State, but that the Unil holders theie sre not fympathetically inclined to their less foitunate brethren is proved by the prohibitiv...

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Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 October 1914

Boroiigh Council. - Tlio fortnightly meeting mi held nn Fiidny evening. Present.—Cis. Ansutt (Miiyoi), Kunslmw, • .Tones, Well.-'; Leigh, Donaldson, Ham, Boag, llovun. *.- • connE.si'ONtif.yni!.. ■From Dr. Derarin,, reporting it caso of. diphtheria, road-.—Received. From the family.of Mr*. Juiinin^s,-with thanks for exfiressiim of sympathy in their recent' bereavement.-^-Receiv.ed. ; From State Aceidpnt Insurance Office, with circulars as to insurance. under the Worker*' Compensation Act. and iitf^ring a policy nt special rateH.— Received, Kioni Edith .f. Snell, oocroUry to the lnglewood Junior Tennis Club, asking fii'r 'pefmisSioil to piny- in Gordon Palk.— Giantud! on motion of Cm. Jhni, and •Johu.s. \ KEPOKT8. - The cnHtcttir reported receipt of the following rates .—General, LIB 2« -M ; unitary, IjI'.I ">< HH ; water, I.HT 15s 41 j total. I.U9 3«5d. " - This conservator reported depth of water in reservoir to he 2ft -tins; average daily consumption, 15,12:5 gallon*...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 October 1914

Specialist Explains Cause of Stomach . . Trouble. -Valuable advice to Sufferers. "There arc many different forms of stomach trouble," said * well-known specialist recently, "but practically nil are traceable to pici'siive acidity and food fermentation. That is why the results obtained from tho use pf drpgs aip uqually disappointing. Admitting fermentation »nd "4oi(se:ju'ent acidity hf t|i<5 fdo'd contents to be the under lying oause of most forma of indigestion, it naturally follows that the ase of a reliable antacid,such as the pure bisurated magnesia which is so frequently prescribed by phytiici in?, will produce better results than any known drug or combination of drugs. Accordingly I most invariably advise some bisurated macnesia (note the name care fully, is other foinm are .unsuitable for thin purpose), fromtjieir c|iemist, (,akp Imlf.a tpasp'oopfijl of {be jinVaer, or two 5 grain compreoed tablets, with a 'llttle water-lifter meals. This,; by immediately neutralisi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 October 1914

■"If peoplu knew'.the real value of luimlierlnin'ij Cotlj;t) IJc'ip'iy they voiiM j'vfr be wiMio'i1 b tWK'V l'KOPI-B KNEW- ITS ' VAUJK I New Canterbury Hosid i>ii'*viidi 'iiU, N.S.W. "I have utfWl it'in iny funjily Biul consider it tlie safest liiedicine either for children or adullB, and tan thoroughly recommend if to anyone. •Sold uy " Jennings, etorekeojicr, 'uijlewow *nJ Myai# '

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Marong Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 October 1914

I MiMtf dounciii .MONT II LY° MtitiTI NO. The monthly meeting was held on '1'huiR. day1 last. Prosen(.—Crs. Carter ipresi dent)i Johnson, Veates, Bailey, Ketterer, Ferguson, \Virt;h,: Daly and Poole. , ;''ORBK.SrONI)V..VCR,. . From J. Hawker, A.A.G., 3rd Military District, Melbourne, asking the council to Assist in enrolling suitable men for service with the Australian Expeditionary Force. Loft in the hands of the president and the secretary. From British Kinpira Trade Leaguo, asking support to induce .nil citizens to purohasp Biltish, in lieu of foreign, goods. I Co.operation granted. . , From the mint secretaiies . of Loddon Valley and Distiict Patriotic Fur.d,.Tar-J nrigulln,'asking the council to h»vo 7th October proclaimed a public holiday] throughout tho 5ridings, which included Newbridge and Lianccoorii', the; occasion j being a picnic and sports meeting in' aid of', tho patriotic fund. Granted. From Korong Shire Council, stating that it would not pay for any further repairs ...

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Inglewood Hospital. UNSATISFACTORY FINANCIAL CONDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 October 1914

liiiliMdoti Hospital. *^!NA!l0,Afc fiie financial condition of tlio,hospital, ix j,lU9jng the members of the/cortifriittec of in9Datremontsomo uneasiness.< Aboubeight years ago, owing to ciicumstincea which prevailed at the 'time, the- hoBpiUl wns lifted: from financial stagnation into a thoroughly sound condition, and for some yeir-f ltii-" satisfactory state of affairs waa imintained. the financial'terms closing villi credit balance" of between /.'300 and £•401) fjitteily, however, the institution Ins been again drifting, due nut so much oiMCeoont of a lessening. levomw as to increased I'SpiMi.titill >.* in. general upkeep »n'd i»> iniiBi-nii-iit. it the pie-fviit moment the bank indebtedness U not laige, ro-l ported at Thursday's nieotipg of the com mitteo at £'27, with September accounts, totalling some £'130, to he paid in the early put of this week. As there' was do reicnuc intervening, the dehit balance will heincreised, in round tignres, to £160. This in its...

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