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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 October 1914

A3VCHTISEMENT*. .. • [A CARD.] Dr. Garnet W. Deravin, Burgeon to the Inglewood Hospital BEliS to intimate tliat lie lias removed from his consnltim: rooms, Verdon street, to "Alloa," (.• rant-street (lately occupied by Sirs Henniaon) where lie may in future be consulted. Visits Bridgewatcr Mondays and Thursdays from 3 p.m. to o p.m., FINDl.AY'S RAILWAY HOTEL. Visits Serpentine on .the last Friday in Every Month. ' Public Vaccinator. ALEX: BELL, Late T. Phillips, Chemist & Druggist, BROOKE STREET, INGLEWOOD, DESIRES to draw public attention to his extensive stock of Drugs, Perfumery, Toilet Re quisites, Ac. No old stock on hand. All Drugs and Chemicals guaranteed to be up-to-date and in the best condition. Orders by post receive prompt and per sonal attention. Private Hospital. "Alloa," Gran t-st Inglewood Miss Grainger Late Matron Inglewood Hospital. fetJRGiCAL, MEDICAL, MIDWIFERY cases received Registered Private Maternity Hospital. 'Avonmore," Tarnagulla Road. Nurse Nichol...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church Notices. PRESBYTERIAN. SUNDAY, 1st NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 October 1914

Church Notices. . PIIKNI'.Y 1' 1-: l<IA X. ' SUNDAY, 1st NOVI2MBKR. Morninjj-ll a.m., Serpentine. Afternoon—". p.m., Powk'tt. JOvening—7 p.m., Inglcswood. Mi'v A. Jj. G. A si), M. A.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Kaiser's Dream. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 October 1914

The Kaiser's Dream. Tho cannon's 10 ir and din of battle cense. The pale-faced moor. Im.t niouruful \ igil keeps. Willi tearful eye looks down the -Angel Pence Where, hi ! llie Kliser sleeps. Oil, what 11 sleep !■ Not such'wo know As tired eyolids couit in peaceful rest; Not sleep thiit hushes tho deep cries of woe That harbor sadly in the liunmn breast. Not sleep that gently comes to tired eyes Of carewoin lige and, lisping childhood sweet— . That loved restorer, Nature's goodly prize, Whoso southing visage nil with welcome greet. Not such asleep the luthless Kaiser knows; Not vest with blest, Oblivion's kindly aid, j But seas of blood and scenes of direst woes j With shrieks of pain and maddening, mur derous raid Possess his brain and sternly hold him fast, I While vengefdl Recollection umites' his I hem t And conjures up the tyrant's n.vful past, 'Mid bursting shell and bloodstained blade and dart. The sacred Fanes to God's great glory raised— Which generations held in trust for ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Janiember East. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 October 1914

Janiember East. Tlie weather ia still keeping very dry, find, but for tlie Waraiifia channel, filings | would be in an extremely feriouy condi tions. Some light showers fell during Monday anil Tuesday, but since then the most promising indications have proved fruitless; Some of the farmers jiaye sent fhejf stock ajva'y to pj|)|)8|uhd an'ifottier pl^pps. jia tfrps ia ea spnrce, iuul most af tlipi'vonng men have left the district— some to search for work, others to assist the Empire in her hour of trial by joining the expeJitiouary forces.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
East Loddon Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 October 1914

East Loddon Shire Council. MONTHLY MKKTING. Tlio roonlhlv moeting'of the council wan hold no tho Shim Hall, Serpentine, on VVednepday. •Prcmsiiti.. '.Cm. Coulter /president), Dissett, J'Xterahank, Mahoney mid Shaw. . " C'ORBKSI'OJfDKN'G'K. 1 From Minister for Public Work?, with ny„ftho first,., report of tile Country Roads Bond, and acknowledgment of np olicition for proclamation of main l oads in flu. -hire.—Received. .. ., o From Colonel Hawker, that only British subjects substantially of Kumpean niiuiii " ill lie accepted for serviec with tliu . j p .— Received. 3 Ji'inni Miune. thalvyoutlis under 21 arp ' j.e cmH->ted v»te|ftrtit. written consent ?f imreiit or ^nilidi<ni~—Received. • 4 Fioni Public Health Department, that tho board's formal approval of the Opening f the Bear's Lagoon Mechanics' Institute has bflen sent to the secretary.—Received. 5 From same, ivith circular as to^ private hospitals for guidance of health officers.— Vone in the shire. 1 6 From Ijiw ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 October 1914

TKjNNIS. The formal opening of Die season, to.' have taken place tomorrow, 1ms been; postponed for a week to allow of .the; courts recently tar-paved becoming itr' good order for play. .A.ssnH.itimi matched'' were to have started to morrow, bnt as" the Br id no water Huh is not forming there/ in every prospect that for this vear the' nssocnumn will not he carried through. Written offers, will he received )jy l|)« Postal Department until 3 p.m. [on nrday, 7th November, for the supply ami ' delivery of 120 round wooden : poles} between Churlton and Wedderburu/ S«e' advt, ' '.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 October 1914

MINING. Mr. W. Biker, who had pieviously got several patchca at Waanyam, online on another patch lust Friday inoniin^. It is a new claim, a short distance from his previous find. Me had previously woiked in the vicinity, and yot ;;l>nut 2Uoz< i>n the smface, l>llt lost the reef. ()n til is lust occasion, on sinking'aliuut a font deeppr, he came on a Mat leader ahout a foot thick, uan-yiiin i>oi»l imlicalur■ 11e v:*'.! sumo rich specimens out ol a couple of dishes of quartz, hu having just stiuck the top of it.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Kingower. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 October 1914

Kiqgovver. (F|-qra pur Corrr.spomlr.nf.l A public meeting, at which members of Uio IomI coIioqI committee were present, was held on Wednnsday evening to receive the balance. ^Iieet of the concert and . dance held in the State school on 2nd J instant in aid of the patriotic fund. The total receipts amounted to .£11. After' all expenses having been paid, there, remained a balance of i'S) 4a lid, which will be forwarded to the pntriotic fund. A vote of thanke was passed to the ladies and gentlemen who helped t.i make the effort such a success, and a hearty vote of thanks was accorded Sir. K. O'Sh'an nessy, who donated a sheep which, on being rallied, realised £4.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 October 1914

SIGHT'S HORRID PLAGUE. You know w]iat is.J-files. ^Vu'iy drive you mad. • »; Hiild'to tiffnp.'.' \ ■ ' ' ; . .; Hard to t>efc jiil nf. . ■ Can't find, relief. " : - Hut w-iit a minute. Yes, yon cm, ton. It's Ji case of knowing how. , / Knowing how means relief. ■ "It means set tli-i t ti»ht thing. .It means net. Do:iu's Ointment. Donn's Ointment trill do it. • All itching skin diseases disappear under the soothing influence of Dunn's Ointment. Here is a proof nf' this :— Mr Thru, Anderson, Fancy Goods Shop, I Broolse ytreet, IiiL-lewood, Miys:—"I suf feted with iteUiny piles for a long while, and at limes I could smrcely get about. The pain was intense, nnd -never left me day or nijiht. 1 was veiy anxious for a cuie, and was always using different remedies, hut they ihey .ill, proved, useless. When a friend advised ino to try Drian's Ointineii, 1 did not have .until hope that it- would cute - me, lint 1 sent to Bell's Pharmacy for a put. This put did ine so much good tint 1 wont ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Calivil. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 October 1914

Calivil. (Fium our Correspondent.; A very largo ciowd attended the Calivil MhII on Friday evening to witness the presentation of gold medals to the young men of the district who have joined the Expeditioinry Korce, viz , Tom Lowe (second «u of .Mr. Sam Lowe), Dave Hill (eldest son of Mr. A. Hill), hoth of Calivil, and William Pol l (eldest sun of Mr. V. Pola, of Serpentine). The lHstnmned han liuen made nctili*; sei«wint. A conceit was held, at which vocal item* weie rendered by Mrs. James M'Civa and Jiliss Biamley and Messrs Atkinson, Kr.herfc Hawkins, Alex nnder liugie, and James-Howe, and elocu tionary items l>y Miss O'Biien and Mr. Lister. Action son;;s were given liy the pupils of the Calivil school. (Jr. S. 0. M'Crea presided. A dance was held after the'concert, and was well attended. Mr. J. Rodgers provided the music. The pio ceeds of the entertainment are to be de voted to the Belgian Relief Fund. i

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 October 1914

SPORTING. CRICKET. Our Arnold conespondent writes f,t-4 The two days' match between Arnold'and Newbridge, played on the latter's ground* was continued and finished on Saturday last, when, in spite of- Arnold's big ecora of the previous Saturday, Newbridge won somewlMt easily. Through putting up such a bit; score Arnold had an undoubted chance of winning the match, but owing to bungling the whole of the uround gained was lost a»ain. To have gained a win from such a good team as Newbridge would undoubtedly have had a good moral effect upon the 'visitors. In these matches the captains of the opposing sides hand to each other the names of thiiteen playei.*. v4ny eleven of these thirteen men, but no other, (may play on either day. The inner bear. _ these names must. be given ill ftt the conclusion of tile tirst day's play. • ,The paper handed to the Newbiidge cMpl-lin bore twelve names only on it, the missing name being that nf the best howler in the Arnold Lenin, who whs unnhle to be pr...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Simpson's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 October 1914

n Simpson's Creek. (KltOM OUIL COHKHSrONDKNT.) The nnnnnl -Sim'n Oiei-lc SimImIi. nl picnic was held in iinucf Mi; Junius IlitycV* • induocks mi Fridiy lust. Tim diy w7i« iltosether tori warm and sultry for pel feet, enjoyment, but the site clio-en fur the, picnic wns im ideal cine, and it helped in «' ureat mun.su te to guneinl plunsuir. There was any amount of shade and :is much cool, clear, and refreshing water from.a p[irinL' nunr-i>y as was lieided. There was all exceptiotii.lly large crowd present from ifveivwhere, • I lie stu'k time'.' pet haps, beina a big factm- iii thi'*;"' The raeirig tool; up a uieat deal nf the after noon, and there was a prizj for each and every child present. It was also noticeable tint the prizes were, in quality, much abovo those generally seen at school nic > nics. Mcssis. Dillon and Budd were the handicappers, and they showed rare judg ment in this department, as the finishes' wore always in doubt until the t.ipe was pissed. Messrs Hancock a...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The War. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 November 1914

:■ the: WW1 It is reptil ted that in Berlin'the German ; General utatt has directed that the army in Poland should retire to the. Galician fron tier and teiuttib the. defensive - until Calaia is taken. ... '■■■ '.Thtee or four army corpa ure to be tram* ferred to Belgium. " ' ' . ' - An utttcial Berlin message atates that the German* stormed: the,, French .position at Yailly. andinfllote'd Jieavy joikesr,, and captured 1000 prisoner* ' and „ twomachihe «*?»•. >\v . i'he message, filrther, allege*., that,.the French retired «otou the Aiea.e> ■! The., Germans are xppvifced, to „ hare evacuated Lille. J. • A German aeropline attempted todrop bomb*, ph..a cliurchiaNotthorn Fiance. 8ev«ral;people worawpMnded, *nd k hor»» waskilleq,.. rV,v, ' rThe aeroplane aftarwards.flew, pvara station, 'from which tha Indian aoldiar# fired, and hitthe aeroplane, which ■ truck the earth with such force that the bomb* exploded. ..' - Tfaathree airmen were.blown to shrews. Belgian officer* state tha...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 November 1914

I:' KO i*il k i i\s v a J, uk! : ^ " ;1*0[.).. knew the real Value o{ 1,'uujrl) JSe'neu}' tbyy would Ju.Vl' »Vu"'e Mi' 'lie lioune/' n; &\*? 'V1'*11- Bii.Wry B^iidingi, ^%!?rbuO' Koad. Dti.'wieh Hill, ' •,• nave used it in my family (a. 'i°Ji er il t,le M'eet medicine either lot childrenor Adltlti; andean thoroughly recctnniend- it' t6 anyone. Bold by W J^e.-.tbrekeep0^ ingltwpod mm| T ^".^Wogiw and Cold*. OlW Ptrjiwirinlf

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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OBITUARY. MR. B. RINDER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 November 1914

OBITUARY. MR. B.-RINDKR."" I The-death tfrok place on SutuicUy inarn ling of Mr Benjamin Rirtder, * well-known,, district resident. ThedeceaHedEeritlenmii, 1 who was'a brother to the late MrSaiiiuel, ./ I Rirtder, ; the veteran - kecreUry of the Koronjj! Shire Cdunctl, Hud resided with . .. ilitf&UKhtcr, Mrs Jus.'JMssettj »t."fjfiY|T;. •hope Purk'i'' Yariayne; 'ne-ir ■8er|)"riUn»,' . ■ for'some yearn,"a'nd 'lt iras there lljitt h» died, hiving >re*ohed the ndvanoed age "f 84 yearn. The ciuxe of dentil w«« ntuiU decay. The deceased .hiul linen attended by Dr G. W. Der«vin. ( He wm. A,n\tiv« *6f Yorkshire.'Englandi hut acnlohiat of , vieVy long standing, having left hUhonis . . f(ir Viotorii> iit ttiu'»jfe of l^yeuH. , At the age of 27 yeHr» he w»aiti»ri'i^d a't't^erianah . lo Miss A. Criutts. 'For,'some tuue.heheUl the position of' secretary to the Shire of East Lodeon. "Hi* wife' pre-d'ecewd him by msbyyears, but.a grown.Mip family < - ftf 'fi.ve BobB "ikbd ...

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Boort Hospital Sunday. A SUCCESSFUL GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 November 1914

. Boort Hospital Sunday. A SUCCESSFUL GATHERING ' The annual cellaring in connection with , the above Hospital-Sunday, in aid of the Ipglewood and Bendigo Houpiuls.'was bald in the Booit State school ground under the • auppicea of the Booit Kire Brigade Bra»s Band; The weither condition* war* ideal,-.and-a'very fair and representaUr* gathering was the result. The chairman was Mr'!'. A. Gawne, J.P., president of the band. 1 In his 'opening remarks he welcomed all present, tad briefly; asked for a generous collection ;ia the cause of the institutions " Mr Oawne' suggested that an ogg day in connection with the school be held, and intimated that the head teacher (Mr Fr.iser) woul.d take eharge of soma.•* At this conclusion of his address the chairman cajled upon Mr F. Milliken, hon. secretary to the.band, for * ■■ statement of receipts and expenditure for trie previous year.' , . .. . . * •, ;r The statement showed the following, Amount* as collected at' the various centre*, . .. : viz...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Melbourne Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 November 1914

Melbourne Wool Sales. TtfeNew Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company Ltd. repoi t:—Sites were r»BUraed in the local market on Monday, 26th' ult., under unique circumawnces. Being the first he|.d in Melbnurnoiince the outbreak-' of the ' war thu event created immense interest, the new wool exchange »t the corner of King' and- Little Collins itteenbeing crowded to its utmost capacity. The total offerings comprised sqme 10,000 bull's, of which our catalogue consisted of I ome 2,250 Imle.s. All things considered, tb» attendance of buyeif wan an excellent une, home-tiade representatives far out aumboring other sections, Representttives of French, Belgian, Japanese, American and Italian interests were also present, as were numbers of local buyers and speculators. Competition from the outset wa* remarkably keen, and we had no difficulty in effecting, i highly satisfactory clearance. In com piling prices''with those current, twelve aiunths ago, the oonditious of the two clip? muft he co...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 November 1914

Borough Council. Tli* fortnightly meeting wao held on Friday evening. PresentCr». Aneett (Mayor). Horan, Boag. Hum, Leigh, Wall*, Ponaidaon, Jones and Rennhuw. „ ; (•,ORPE8FONIlf,.SCB. item iA. £.L*alett,.secretary to projpoied rifle blub,-i,thanking councilfdrgrautiqg use of room free of oh,«f(#. —iieceived. - From Registrar of: Births agdDeaths, reporting death from pulmonary ^tubercu losis.— Referred to health officer. Prom A. Gray, M,L. A.(i taking for .use of hill-on 20th iu*t for election meeting.— Grunted" • .r From City of Bendigo,. asking, coiitiail'e support,in lh» nomination of their .Mayor (Or. Andrew*.) us n- representative of the muDinpitliiiei'on the.Coun^iy¥!Ue BriRade'a Bo*rd.~Held over. ■ I frcpi-Oity.of: Ballarat, asking council'* support in the nomination of. Cr. Peartej m a tepraeentative of the^rnmaicipalitia* on tht Country FtreBrigada'e Board.—Held I over. •' • •' From Poatm*ster-Qener»)'e Department ■■ follows With reference.to the erection of the telephone ...

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Found Dead. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 November 1914

^'' Found' ftimon RioharcIV, *Oold rosidebt.flf the Hheola districV/ w«!i bh 8und*y f6nBjl dead at his residence.". A, aeiglibot Had" noticed hint moving about'his house' during the Morning, but on going to visit him toward* waning, (ound him d»td in his bed. The dtoeaeed wu 78 year* ot~ age, and a pen sioner. *He had "followed the occupation 'of. ft mine' manager. A post-mortem conducted yesterday - by ' Dr." Der»vin v re vealed the foot that death had resulted fromhlatural causes. .. A sertfe (hock wan experienced by the relative*'of William John Wetheritt on Sunday morning; when ha warf foubd'de'ad Id his bed. Mr. Wutheiitt, who resided r«rith his mother aod brothers and sisters at tfteir farm.Kingower-road, near Inglewood, retired to bed after eating a hearty meal p'h Saturday evening apparently in the best of health. He failed to tnnke an appear ance on Sunday .moaning, > and a .visit to hjs room revealed'the fact that death had qniued, apparently during the night. The decea...

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Bet Bet Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 November 1914

Bet Bet Shire Council. ... The. monthlym'eeting .was held on Tuesdays Pre«ent—Urs. Peart (president); Duggan, Green, Brown, Daniels, Banks and O'Brien. . • •:••• 'COBBS8PONBENCK. v From G. Hatt, Newbridge, applying for permission to'sink-a claim * on Newbridge to Arnold rorid; aboat 10ft. deep • • Kvery precaution-would be taken for safety, and the hole .would be away from main-traffic. —Cr; Green- moved. that the application be granted on theuBual conditions, He knew the locality, and the hole would not do any.damage if proper .conditions were, observed. Cr. Duggan seconded, and the. motion was carried, the usual conditions to.be imposedr .. , . . \ .;; J .REPORTS.' • • The treasurer reported'a credit-balance in general account of £493 Ob Hd, after payment of accounts. Amounting. 4o £202 17s;,and in Water Truat account, credit balance, £281 8a ,7d. , . • Thu engineer , reported: —.The r.iad closed fit'Arnold by Mr. /.Spark .is a. sur veyed road leading \yesterly a few chains to the...

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