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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 October 1914

Koi BroDcliiul Coughs take Woods' Great Peppermint-Cure,'1b (5 PUBLIC NOTICES. Wanted. IONG WOOO DRAY, muni be in good J order mid cheap. State price to ij. steAvaiit, BriJgcwiUcT. Inglewood Electric Light Company PUBLIC NOTIC 10. OTICK ia hereby' given that imino dintely tlie Town water service .ceases NO LfGHTfNG will be supplied, j R. INNES, I Manager. j i j TENDERS. Shire of East Loddon. TENDERS, addressed to the President, fillire JIall, .Serpentine, will l)i received up till Wednesday, 28th October, 191-), nt 2 j) in., for— Contract No. 21!).- Reconstructing 12ft bridge on the 1st Kast and'West ~ road north of Prairie, 1 inile eaet of railway. • Contract No. 250.—Repairs to Bullock Creek bridge near 11 availnii State school, paiish of Haya'nmi. Plans and specifications may he Been land forms of tender obtained at the Shire Hall, .Serpentine, and at the Post Office,•, Prairie. Tlie lowo«t or any tender will not. necessarily be acce'pted.r >v A ,«nsh deposit of ££> per' ce...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Inglewood Advertiser. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 October 1914

iuglc&JOOAi VUIDAY, OCTOBRU 23, J914. Oil iS ilnnliy ninlit l ist n strnng commit too tn work in the interests of Sir. A. Gray, M,L A.. 'it the State election*, was formed »fc Wedderburn. The f.illoiviii<_' resolution wis also carried : — "Tliit tliis nieuliiiif conveys its synip-itliy to .Mr Griy in his illness, and idetermination t> spare no effort (o. secure lii-s return, and relieve liitn as inucli as possible in the work connected -villi his coming candidii tnre.'' The imiitni tour of the North West Rid inn of the Mariui^ Shiro was commenced on Monday Inst, tile only councillor present liuing Cr. Uailey, who was nccemp.inied by Mr. Ride, shire engineer. They made an inspection of ;lie shi'e well at Hridyeivater, which requires putting in order tin account of the drought. The >voi k it to leceive immediate attention. They also made an inspection of the Ij iddon luidge and tile roads in che township. At a meeting of the State Executive Council on Tuesday,...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 October 1914

Telephone Exchange. '■The fiilitnvlni} Is Lliu list of sul-fOiiliers to tile locnl toli-phone e.tcli ui_;e . No. V Juuiiiii<is J .J Slcuin (Uul'iliul) ... .... '2 Tncv Uio~. .. ■" 't Aim low ami ... '4 llu»pitill ... ' o JJr. Wilkinson ' ... , , (j 0. Ji, Albeit.':'., i! -f;iv 7 Jngliu'nityl !\Uifoi'.G!jiin»i! 8 - \ N'*»" • I i „ 'nr fl li W iImikiio , , 10 A, pnlt'il'. J| Oi'iut Hiiu.-(!t.,V, ^ rJ3 ' ' W..0. U-i»h, Pi. |)pirtyin... ... H A. ri. Go»l; ' ... " Ifi W. Ne il , 10 • 'Aclvcilisur' Ollitfe..;, 17 W. T.iloholl 18

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Moliagul. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 October 1914

Moliag'ui, (fltl)M OUR CORItKSl'ONOKST.) Things are looking "very serious horn Moot of (lie crops have completely died out, find those that ore left are stunted and coni iiifi to a head, the farmers having put their sheep on them. All live stock is very poor, and-for miles around hardly a blade of grass can be seen. - .Mr. C. UoberUon has just parted with ' a lot'of his sheep at a sacrifice, having no fodder for them. Water, even for domestic purjiGBes, is very scarce, and fur mining purposes is <|iiitc out of thecommon. 'J lie several springs, which never before have been known to fail, are drying tip very fast. A vast number of tree* in the Stale forest are dying out. In all my expe rience, and a study for 00 yeats of the seasons, I have never witnessed one so '£a\l a,s thi3. I am of the opinion that if V<5 d<} noVge.t ram next month we need pot jexpecjt mucli, wjth tjie exception per tiajw of thupderatornaji; till Majrohi '■ .• Included in the pol...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 October 1914

Wli MUST REl'KAT - o > Wlien .everybody tellr-us the same* stoiy. •• ■•••.It is IiHid tn siy nmv tilings' about Uo:mV B ick iulio . Kidney rillii^'Tlitiy xuie . Lhe I imo :uid aching ■: back,.:- the sull'tier • from kidney disoider.-v and tjie troubles of those whose. urinary -nrjjanisin :,iis Avinii}; jn ■ jrs action.;. Tli tt l jn'.yeo-t hiss's fii'> easy to prnve t|;at: not a yesliye pf doii lit remains. Public undi'isemeiit.is easilyproved J.{uad tin- .— Mr.- .^eehane, Sti'eot, Charlton, says.;—"Knr some timu -T had symptoms of kidney disorder.., There were ;-evure_pain»i ■in my back, and the secretions .were thick, cloudy, and difficult tn piss. ■ As fur -my back;.', it suemed.' never tn. stop :achin«. I \iiwo ii,l«t ^>{ "stiinping iln . do, -and. the terrible pain TsuDeied when- bendin;; .over interfered with my woik. I could yet noth ing to yivcme lelief, and my, back ached in spite ofneatment. E\en at■;night ] got vety little rest from the constant pain, and, in . c...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Water Question. NO ELECTRIC LIGHT. WATER FOUND AT SANDY CREEK [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 October 1914

Tbe Water Question. NO ELECTRIC LIGHT. rt'ATKU FOUND AT SANDY CREBK Tile wnler in the reservoir has dwindled so'' quickly tint after to-day (Friday) at the outsido new arrangements will have to operate u'jlf townspeople are to bo supplied, rt'i-1 i'i connection with this a special meet in» of the Borough Council was held last evening. ■ * * * _ * ' The Electric Light Company has notified its intention of ceasing to supply the town with light immediately (lie water'service gives out. Tha duly consumption of. the plant is considerable, and it is con sidered that the expense of carting this would bn prohibitive. This opens up an additional sourcu of trouble for towns people, the groat majority. having done away with their kerosene lamps as being obsolete. * * ■ * :• * The bore promised by the Mines De pMtment arrived on Ttiosda)V and on Wednesday operations were started in the corner of Mr John Sloan's pad.lock ne west Sandy Creek bridge, where indications of water were considered to e...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Federal Issues. A PATRIOTIC OPPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 October 1914

Federal Issues. .A PATRIOTIC OPPOSITION. Liberals who 1 end tlw speeches delivered by Mr. Cnnlf, Sir Jolin Forrest and Senator Millon on tlio Address in Reply, arc justly proud of tho patriotic tono which ni;uhcd the throe utterances, "Tliu Opposition will lia behind tliu Government most cor dially with its best support in prosecuting tho wav to tho end," nuid Mr. Cool:, i"iV was the ex-Treasurer or the ex Minister of Defence one whit behind in ottering heartiest co operation. In Riving the insurances they did* the lenders of the Liberal Party simply carried out tho wishes of their supporters right throughout the Commonwealth. To those who realise the gravity of the position, party spleen appears monstrous. If thoro are any who do not realise it, they ciumnt do better than weiuh these woids spoken by Senator Millen : — "Australia is tho price whicli will be claimed by Germany should sho win in the present, conflict, whicli God forbid should be the case. No sacrifices which Australia...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Powlett. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 October 1914

Powlett. ::"(FYum nm '.Correspondent.:; A, nicttt inn. of: I lie .school couiiuitteo was lit'lilon.' SVedncsil iy cvonut!;, when Lliui e .£9.'u'.pr'sonL^r.Mes-iT. Kelly (elinii nifin), {jiLovell/ Duiile.i,. \V. Kelly, Slotn and rt-j.*ih<» .(cftn'uspmufent.) J he li.tjsuic?;;p,. iff the evening ivis iJtjie eniisidnrntjuiv of tenders fop"f,)jp eree"! [ thn of n .-lieltei- shed; .Five were i ff.ce| vol), >in;l tint of ,\Ii. ,J. *F. Kittson,'of 'Jnglo-I . worn], 1,1 LJ5 17s 1}d, whs noceptud. I It «ill 1 osnlci'fl Ui:(t (lip nnnual pipniu be postponed fiom Nuveinhur nejft to n (Jute to lie lised. '1

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 October 1914

[B^nTnglon's" I risTi Moss| > "ToCurt-« (iuih or Cold, oimwmywins usui

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 October 1914

TURPIE & , 7 . . GILLESPIE, BEG to notify tlie FA1SMKTIS of the . surrounding Districts that they feave been appointed SOLE AGENTS , for— Massey IJnrrid Farm Implements Gibbins' Patent Combined,Ploughs Challenge and AHstou Windmill Pipes, Fit line?, iIn. Mount Lve'.l Manures Cyclone Fence Co. Victoria Fire Assurance Co. Live .Stuck Insurance City Mutual Life Assurance Co. Cream {-'eiuirators Miller's Weathered Iron Cooper's Sheep Dip Ronaldt-cin and Tippett's Oil Engines and Chaflcutters Booty Lofthr.use Air Was. EXPERT ATTENTION for Machinery Always Available. ■ Cash Buyers of Grain, Money to Lend on Broad Acres. Turpie & Gillespie, BROOKE ST.. JNGLEWOOD. Eggs for Hatching. NOW READY E. J. Emmott's WHi*A Lechorns. bred from world's *KSuo'a Walsh's world .ecord cock (15M) eggs strain), winner of the Rosewortliy competition, South Aiw traVui (proofs shown), and holding tor two years; also first prue for weight of eg"8 at Burnley competitions 1913-14. Best laying strai...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 October 1914

Advertise Your District! TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. I It vou wish your district to gain prom inence, do not kcnp the knowledge of local linppeuipgs to yourself. If.you wish events in which you ere interested to be made public, just diop a line to "The Advertiser" office in time to allow of arrangements bring made for a- reporter to attend, or, failing that, try your otvn hand at reporting. Don't bother to any great extent about the composition of ' articles; just write fully and dearly—the editor will do the rest. Weddings, deaths, aceidenls, concerts, sports, social gatherings and personal paragraphs are all of interest to your neighbors, and by drawing public atten tion to your district von are doing a good, work. That t hero Is-reason lor - this-rcmlnder ta not our fault. We have, unfortunately, no miraculous power of knowing what is happening in all Die area served by this journal, but are desirous, with your co operation, of lessening our limitations. Write the names of person...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 October 1914

6PfcCl/M- ADVESVT1SEM6MT5» {A CARD.) Dr. Garnet W. Deravin, Surgeon to the Ingiewood Hospital BEGS to intimate tlmt ho lias removed, from his consulting rooms, Vcrdoti jtreet, to "Alloa," Grunt-street (lately seenpied by Mrs Kennison) where lie may in future be consulted. Visits Bridgcwater Mondays anil Thursdays from " p.m. to r> p.m., FlNDl.AY'S RAILWAY HOTEL. Visits Serpentine on the. last Friday in Kvery Month. Pul/iic. Vaccinator. ALEX. BELL, Late T. Phillips, Chemist & Druggist, BROOKE STREF.T, INGLEWOOD,. DESIRES to draw public attention to his extensive stocl; of Drugs, Perfumery, Toilet Re quisites, &c. No old fitocit on hand. All Drugs and Chemicals guaranteed to be up-to-date and in the best condition. Orders by post receive prompt and per aonal attention. Private Hospital. "Alloa,". Grant-st Inglew^Dd Miss Grainger Late Matron Inglewood Hospital. faURCiUAL, MEDICAL, MIDWIFERY" eases received , - Registered Private Maternity Hospital. •Avonmore," Tarnag...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church Notices. PRESBYTERIAN. SUNDAY, 25th OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 October 1914

Church Notices. PRESBYTERIAN. SUNDAY. Mill OCTOBKi:. Morning —11 n.m., Jnultwnnil. Afternoon—3 i>.m , Hridgewatpr. Evening—7 p.m., Inglewcod.. Hov A. L. G. Ash, M.A.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Religious "Refrigcrators." THE PREACHER'S VOICE THAT WOOS BUT SLEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 October 1914

Religious.^"Refrigcrator&" Till'. I'Jtrc \ C! 1 !*:! I • S VOICE Til Art WPn.S l.ur SI.KKl'.' ltT nm:.' h-■ml'»iv * f oui oquipiJCtV gjmrr|i isc hlu.lrnn^tt <i(1i»|ietjtleilb-.:i'efi j£ 1 1 ' -a| \ tik U \ 1j W V,ul ,a "Ltl <|).clay'si»:rtr "f t-hu of " Victojji •in 'Iho coui'Nu -sulcii'L'.-^niv■•:■ V'Plio .'.Pie?out Uiy Mis-imi -ni l t j;)|;orl lU.ily of 'Con;jie« iintiim iImh in Yictou \xx . C»n^roi*n5i«»r,:^i>iii|^lho.Kpij.il<ersui<l» h Hot 10-ultf uiic tif n\\"\x< nppMi hinUit;*. H IiicVun opi>(»iInnily in u»u u I'hinoh tvhi*h» iu nn Iv^li-h *i!ihU i hid mill, Nvoulil h*\i; I'lu ii-vt'r«juceuml lovo t»f cu'tow wf ll»o Antjlioan l-tniieh; wuh none *»f• its utio ¥ mcm ; l!k» lire of AK'thn»lts:n, with none of its stnoko ; nil iho cousniio tt:tl ze.il of the 1*» ipti>t» uith-ut tt'ouih i»f ninowiu'S,*; .■■!} j ilj" ^pii it u t!i( v ami .lovu of poico of , |.J} \u\n norm uf ij-s eccentricity ; V1! ill1' «*!»i &g...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Telephone Rates. MAY BE RAISED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 October 1914

Telephone Rates. MAY BE RAISED. That telephone subscribers in .Australia will be called upon iir tile future? to 'pay hitler rates linn Lliey do ub present id by no menus unlikely. H|r. ,\nar \Vymie,.in his t«nn of oftjee aj . Bustnnster-Qeneribhad iipich inffirmation prepared by o(ticials as to t|ie working of • the Postal Department^ and Mr. ,;W. ■ 0. Spence, who succeeded- him,'.is - continuing1 '•'the investigation'.- lie eJtpccts: tint » oniliplete report by departmental otiicials »lll shortly be available. Mr. Spence,-referring to the loss in the winking of the Postal Department,sa'uU it was evident tint the revenue-from the telegraphic and telephone) An-'inches was not sullicient to cover tliu cost of woikinL'. After be .had gone thoroughly intotho whole uviHer ho niiulit consider : it 'neces mry to biing Torwaid ilegisbition ■ with a vie«v to linking the Postal DepartmtU s-eH-.-uppoiting, as it ouubt to lie. . "Compiled with'the United btat.es where the telephones arc in uni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 October 1914

For Coughs ;md Unkls. Tslca Woods Great Pt'rperiuinfc

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Simpson's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 October 1914

Simpson'§ Creek. (From mil' C'piie.<pnmlf;)t.) TIio Simpson's Omul; lijjceulsior TonnN Club held llieii- nmiii.il pienio at tlio lunula unurt on. Piicl'iy Int. ami proved eiij-iyuM# fimn stm t t;> H■ Vi-itnss :«'oru pin-; • V'lit fi'imi nil of tliu sutTmiiidiiii; districts, •iml llie who In tif t lie lumn^uments went ■ >lf with V hippy s.»■ i11<•. The tennis court iv.is ninor left idle for■'a innoiGiitv anil numerous were indulged in. Tliii ovent wliisli ouisi'd llie nic.st interest unil firi was c'itcliinu tliii fmvl l>y j!i.' mill Indies. Mis. Wood.ill icus tliu■ victi-rifliM pylMin, hut, jc *c vised m imilch' s'|)ii|i'fn ' eveivo'ne ll|it the cfif'»"*tnjijjljfc 11]J f»i| ' Iricli iiiul mvi; t!)j h lit;-) iun|ll)"f spin. '|!liu see md inn cui-i d iifre fif'l tlnn tli,' (ii-i. Mis. \Voodiil U)idc ( Vllil'tt .itlelllp' to i|j:|ill C1U'I| jt, '>!|t >1' is ' ilvn liy .1 n ise" liy .Mrs J 'I (lie (.'veiling | d;inue ipip l|ek| i-i 3|<*-1 ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wild Duck. PROTECTED TILL FEBRUARY, 1916 [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 October 1914

Wild Duck. PHOTECTKD TILL FKBRUAKV, 1910 In the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday afternoon tho question of extending the close season for wild duck was referred to Mr. M'Lichlan asked the Chief Sucre tury if it is his' intention to open th season for wild duck on 22nd Docemhu next; if not, what d ite is proposed, and what will be the length of the season ! If he will add another month to the open season observed in 191-1! Whit are the months of the open season in New South \i'ales and South Austinli i I ' M[. Murray, in 'reply, siti<] that it was pvoppsed to allcjw no open season fur wild (luck duiin# the year 1915. Police 111 !|uiiies lf»d shown that the bulk qf spoits liten's opinions favored more protection for H'ild duck, which were disappu iring from accustomed places. The open season dui inz the yais and 1917 would be from February to Jane, whilst the year 181!} would be absolutely closed. Mr. M'Laclilan : That five's South Aus tralia advantages over Victoria.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Police Court. "IN THE SAME DRUNK." [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 October 1914

Police Court. "IN THIS SAM'S DRUNK." Mr. E. N. Moore, I5 M., presided at tlie Polico Court on Tuesday morning.- James Eraneis Edivnrds and John Walter Johns were each charged with the larceny of a double-barrelled gun, the property of Williim Garrett T,i.iu<. Edwards was also charged with assault, and with using insult ing woids. Mr. H'. 10 Horan nppcired for the acci-ed. Thi; evidence of Long wns that he was ■i l.ilMiier residing at. Old Inglowood. On •Jie 21-t -September list, at about (t HO in I lie i-vening, lie was ciniing alum; the Kin yoiver load, lit! filed at two nbbits, and immediately afterwards the accused dvovo • up. Edwards called out, "What do you mean by •lightening people's horses?" Long -C)'id lie had no intention to fii*>hton anybody's horse. Edwards then got out of tho buggy. took the gun away from witness, and threw it on tho ground. Johns called out to Edwards, "Go nn ; get into him.'' Edwards .-.haped up, hub witness tricked out of his way, and a...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 October 1914

Local Land Board. A local Lind Hoard was Iielil it tlm , Court House, Inglewood, on NVJnesday, ' i Sfr II. J. J ickson, lurid ollicor, |iif siding, j Hannah Whoilhouso applied fm liOiicics, j ■ill.it. iiY, sec. H, palish of Wuhla. A|>]>1 i , cant deposed tint she wis a nnviiud , woman, with seven clitlihcn in her fiiinily, | the (driest lieinu Ifi yeais. .She'bad prt - vimisly selected 20 acics. Her lin-bind , helo Ml!" acres of third class land, H7 acies freehold and "2(1 neves luusihold. 'II;;: pi incip il use to which she would mil the land would li« "razing. — Kjcouimciidod. ! UHKOIjA ITIiLIC IIATJi SITi-;. i The (juestion nf the excision .if a pi.blic hull site fuaii the Klieola icercafion reserve was then consi.lei u 1. ; Neil Olson appealud .m behalf of 1 lie public hall committee, l>y which body Ins' had been deputed In attend in Mi|i|n.|t of the application. It was proposed to build a new hall, HOfC. by -"ft., with 1:1ft. nails, j for tin) use of meetings, ci.n...

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