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Little Belgium! [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 November 1914

Little Belgium ! Hail, Belgium and your famed heroic stand For home and liberty I Whose sons tveia found The dauntless heroes of their Xatioo Lund, By Justice guided and by Honor bound. Ynurs arc the traits which stir tht> pataiot'ii heart. Yours the traditions which command th» pride— Th« whole world's admiration1—for your part O'er every Land and Ocean far and vrid*. A beacon for the weakest of the earth, An inspiration for the down-trod race ; Resistance which in bravest hearts gart birth To execration of the tyiaut base. Your peaceful lields laid waste, your homes miiI temple* iMin, . , Your blood Honed freely forth in Lhe great cause. Yon quailed not, liinchcd int,. but with noble ream Repelled the base snbveiter of.your laws. Little the tyiant deemed n ho .'sought to ine youi Luid, To meanly carry nut his base design, I low your brave son*, as one united band, Would nifih to arms in brave-unflinching line— And meet the vile maiauders of your suil With «rim resistance and un...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Alleged Unlawful Possession of Gold. CASE DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 November 1914

Alleged Unlawful Possession of Gold. CASE DISMISSED. At the Tarnagullft Police Court on Wednesday, l>efore. Mr. K. N. Moore, P.M., and Messrs. Williams, Dliggnn, Mete.imann and Oxley, .1'a.I'., .lolni Pierce, Mitchell, miner, residing at Newbridge; was charged by ConBtnble Comrie with, 011 the 30th September. at. Tarnagulla, having unlawfully had Ko'd in his posses sioh. Superintendent i" priwecf and Mr. Laaarus appeuTca tor defendant," who pleaded hot guilty. Harold Chambers, manager of the Tar nagulla branch of the Union Bank, deposed that 011 September 30' defendant visited the bankwith some gold he wished t6 dispose of. Witiiess was engaged in another room, but on being 'summoned came out to the counter. Defendant produced the gold, and on being ques 'tioned stated he had got it at the .Star of the Loddon mullock heap. Witness looked at the gold superficially, and from his examination it appeared to be of the class that would come from tbat source. He offered £3 18s an ounce ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Fraternal. A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 November 1914

Fraternal. A.N.A ' The fortnightly meeting w.is held on Tuesday evcuiug, Mr. I*. l.'eiiiKHi, piesi dont, presiding over a good attendance of members. Amontfst the correspondent Ue*lt with was a letter from the Buiidigo branch, inviting the attendance of a team on Wed - nesday, 18th iliHt, to take part in uii inter branch carpet howls mutch. The uUuntl ance «f inein'bers outside the team whs aUo invited, the wish living expressed that the brunches should as fur ;tn possible j^eL into touch with each other.— [t was.resolvtd that it be left to the vice-piesident, sucre Ury imd treasurer to oigaoise a teun to nuke the trip if possible. Sick pity amounting to MO 8d «u passed, the sick report showing tivo mem* bum to be on thu funds. During the fortnight 11 itiembeis hid received bene fits. The nominiitioh of ollicers for the ensuing half-year lesulted as follows ;—Piesideof, A. It. Taysoin ; vice-president, M. Pearce; treasurer, C. .J. Anselt"; secretary, D, Cooper; assistant-secretary, ...

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[?]AL RATES AND RECULATIONS. [?] were the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these LETTERS. cates and regulations it includes P[?]pua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 November 1914

->or- i L r?ATHS AND RECU liATfOffi c- ■ : • \ . .ore tho term ."The Coiunibij voaii.i" is used in connection with Ui««e f;U'.-s ,«ndVt;yulatioiia it includes iV^u*. Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Ulami.J For every i ounce or fraction thereof, i'or <.[■■ ;'ivery uiUun tim Common- 1 ^ wi^J.ih 0 1 F«r delivery iii the British Cm- i ' o i > e^tfoiive.'.v in tco New IIebrids»» J.iiniUB, I'.ud 'lorres Iclnnda .. fl I For.deii.-cry in otter pluoea .... 0 || .. letter cAjaoa; ■ uor.doliv'cry within tha CommonvcaHti Ifor delivery io Kow S^brvHs, Ecofcj, aud. Torreo lal».n<Li-^-6ic^lo) 2d. **«• For delivery in ciiscr ptaccfr-^ Biiiflo, 2Jd. each. POST CARDS. Single Postcards isapret*»d witi Um Ld. stamp,vand lloply 6r double cards, each half of which ha* the 1«1. stain® impressed thereon,' may bo trail jcnittea to places v.ithiu the Co:nn'on wealth, aod to those placeB, enumerated under '.'X.ettovs," to which letters may b* trail's in it ted at the rate of ld. per ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Borough Electric Light. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 November 1914

Borough Electric Light. h'o thk kiiitoi:.) Dear Sir,—In your report of the Ust Council meeting the members dealt with ii ptoposition from Cr. Junes in refeumce to the above, aliout which no information whs niwii othej th in that the matter was to I;b finally dealt with at next meeting The liuhtiny of the Imiou^li i-< a matter of vital importance to the r-itepiyern, and surely they are entitled to l,e consulted in »n iinportint matter of this snit. If a change is to lie made, the borouuh should lie equipped with an up-to date pliant giving 11 continiious service, and as the ritepayera individually ate the laruest consumers they should he consulted. My reason for draw ing attention U< the above is that the council some years ago (at an expense to the ratepayers of about i'VoO) <;ave the Railway Department a monopoly of the town water >upply for SO yearn for no benefit to the town, and if sueh monopoly had not bten in existence the present water fami...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Bridgewater. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 November 1914

. Bridgewater. A meeting'of those interested in tliu liridgewater Hospital Sunday celebration in aid of the Ihglewobd Hospital was held , on Monday night. Thore was a fair at tendance. and Mr Th'os.'De'oigah was voted r,» the chair. . ,Mr U. Bulge was elected hon. secretary.''' It was decided to hold the ell'ort on the )ith December, ami to invite the following Parlhinentiiiy representatives, to uddreiK the gathering Messrs Arthur (Minister for Extenml All'iirs); Jolley, M.l'.. Stern hern and A. Hicks, Ms.L.C., unil T. Tuiiiificlill'tf, M.L.A. (St James Bailey i* to :be asked to preside. It was resolved n> solicit the patronage of the Marong Shire Council, ani to request tile jjridgewater Brass Baud and the local com bined cliiors to assist." Abetter was receiv ed from the Inglewood Hospital committee (toting that the rules had been altered, «nd that Mr. C. Bilrge .would he appointed t life governor in due time.

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

HAL> TO LAY UP WITH COLD : "1 had a severe cold accompanied With distressing pains in the chest, and had to lay up," writes Mr. "Sam Scott, 50 Fitz I ,, terald street, North Perth, \V,A. "I had : tried all aorta of medicines, but nothing j did me the slightest -'good. Having! • Chamberliiin'g Coutrh Remedy in Htock I i tried that, and it gave mc instant relief j and I waa quickly cured. lJest of all II have -regained" cured." i-old by \v. Jennings, storekeeper Tnirlewood and j Myeia jt^OW 18 THE TIME TO BUI. ANDY j Xrtt vi Know Your Requirements iSnue. A Penny Stamp will do it. We will iio the rest. I» YOU WANT Wheat Growing Country Sheep Grazing or Irrigable Land for Dairying WE CAN SUPPLY YOU Owui to our immense success in the I PMt M Land Salesmen, we have the Choicest Farms in Victoria M oar books for ealr Alf. E. Wallis & Co. AUCTIONEERS, BENDIGO Printed and Published by the Proprietor . ALEX. TAYSOM, at fcia Office, Brook ; «tra«t. Ioglewood. Victoria. 'O Mot Neglec...

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The Water Question. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 November 1914

Tbe Water Question. (To i.m: ■jfiniToii) &ir, Ilie Morning Star dam is proving a most valuable water storage, and de serves some attention. A yreat innnv reeidents settle the water and uh« it for household purposes, but this is becoming more dillieult owing to the efforts of some of the small boys, sont with horses to the dam, walking them through and bathing them, thus stirring up the sediment that has accumulated through many years and adnrni; " horse wash" to the already (lUPHtionable liouid which we'nre coiu Aellei; to utilise' ' ' ' "lien councillors r^n find jiuii; to <11vert thotr minds froni ajrv scheme" to combat the next .lruii»ht,'t|)(:y mav he induce.) to pjty 4 little attention to i'yatpr available ami consider t|ies<|ii|ir1nr .,f a million gallons visible nt th« old reservoir and at the Star dam. The dam Is a milium' water area reserved In- the .Mini• Department, bntits conteiitsa'reHvailable for all, and it deserves better rare than puddl...

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

LONGER. AGO THAN YKSTEKDAY Yesterday is not long a«o, lii|,t five years is. To have been cured long nun, mid to Ihvu been well ever since, surely nie-ius a permanent ruie. Read what this woman has t» ."ay about il: — Mri. M. J. Rochester, "Tavistock llrmse,'' Rrooke Street, ln«lewood,V.»yf:— "I had kidney trouble fur years. The symptom tlmt worried me most mmu a steady netting pain across the small of my buck, just over the kidneys. It wa* pai tieularly severe aftet stnojmi!;, or exerting myself in any way. At night I got little rest, mid nj#ays felt tiled unit Unwind, and whs sulijeet to yiddy attacks. 1 wis re.tlly had Htid nut limn sbemed able tl> give Si ease. 1 had my attonlwin c>iljec\ t|j imn's Utpk«ehe ftidney JMlls, it Ml) yi'f them i*t Hell's phmiliacy. They dji) me ■»oml inmost imi|iedjttely, s» J mint nil taking theiii, until | wis qiued, u»iiu[ in nil six bottles, My hack is strum; inn) tree from pain nn»-, >tml I fuel splendid in every way. There's no doubt ab...

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

U " Wolfe's 99 the Wo fid's Nightcap. Buy Whole Bottlea. PUBLIC NOTICE*. Thanks. MBS. WEATHERITT and Family desire to thank their many kind friends for their sympathy during their recent sad bereavement, and especially Mrs, J. Palmer and Mr. Boll, stationinaa ter, for their kindness. , Shire of East Loddon. LADY MAYORESS'S PATRIOTIC FUND. Lecture on the War In the SHIRE HALL, SERPENTINE, On. Wednesday, November 11, By' C. E. ALBRECIIT, Matric. of the University of London, illustrated with Songs and Dunces by the best Local and Bendigo talent. Under the special patronage of the President and Councillors. Admission free, but all Patriots are invited to sub scribe by putting their names.on the Councillors'- or Secretary's -lists', and paying over to the Treasurer. Part I.—EVOLUTION. Part II.—SLAVERY and FREEDOM. Chorus, "Sound the Loud Timbrel." Part III—AMBITION. Interval of 15 Minutes. Part IV.—WAR. ; Choruses. Part' V.—OUR ALLIES. National Dances. National Airs. Piyt VI.—PEACE. Hymn...

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

SOKoSES SKIN FOOD. Every woman who wishes to anp«ar beautiful Rhould use "Soroses" for the Bkiti) it being unsurpassed in preserving the complexion. Soroses Skin Food is freshening, softening, ■ cleansing and .f,uV'5"]«' mukes all blemishes such as pitiiples, freckleB, wrinkles, sunburn and i sbllo^nesj disappear like magic. Price 2s .9d per jab 'Obtainable at Mi»s .JE I Southey 8, Ipglg^god.''' ' »' ' <»' i J

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

TURPI E & . . . . GILLESPIE BEG to notify the FARMERS of tlii . surrounding DietrielK that they have been appoiuted SOLE AGENTS lor— Massey Harris Farm Implements . Gibblns' Patent Coniljined'PlougliB' Challenge and Allston . Windmill Pipes, Fittings, etc. ' Mount Lyell Manures . Cyclone Fence Co. . Victoria Fire Assurance Co. Live Stock Insurance City Mutual Life Assurance Co. Cream Separators - Miller's Weathered Iron Cooper's Sheep Dip Ranaldson and Tippett'g'Oil CngineB and Cbaflcutters Booty I.oftliouee Air Gas. EXPERT ATTENTION lor Machinery Always Available. Cash Buyers of Grain. Money to Lend on Broad Acres. Turpie & Gillespie, BROOKE ST.. INGLEWOOD. A. H. GOOK. WholesL.e and Retail BUTCHER. Choice Spring Lamb now for sale. Baat] Quality Meat Guaranteed. PRICES MODERATE. '' Familiea waited on for orders daily." Notice to Breeders. "VfR. D. METELMANN,. of Arnold, JjX bat purchased a ° Stud Ayrshire Bull from Mr V. V Brisbane, of "Gowrie Park," Camperdown, and ...

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

Advertise Your District! TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCEKN. II you wieli your rHstrict to gnin prom inence, do not ke<*;> the knowledge of' Io«] happenings to yourself. If.,you wish .vents m which you ore interested to be, m*de ptibiio, just ci/op n lino to " The £dverti*er" office in time to allow of' ijrtn#«n»ent8 being made lor a reporter to attend, or, failing that, try your own I h»nd at reporting. Don't bother to any peat; extent about, the composition of *r»i«)es; just write fully and dearly—the •cfitor will do the rest. | Weddings, deaths, accidents, concerts,! •ports, soaial KUttieripgs, and personal | paragraphs ,nre all of interest to your i neighbors, and by drawing public atten tion to your district vou are doing a good j work. . That there is reason for cms reminder) it not our fault. We have, unfortunately, | no miraculous power of knowing what is tuppening in all the area served by this journal, but are desirous, with your co operation, of lessening our limita...

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Church Notices. ANGLICAN. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8th. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 November 1914

Church Notices; ANGLICAN. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8th. Inglewood— 8 a.m., H.C. 11 a.m., Matting. 7 p;m., Evensong. Simpson's Creek— 2 p.m., Evensong Kingower— 3.45 p.m., Evensong All services by the Vicar. Korong Vale—. 11, a.m., Matting. ; 7.30 p.m., Evensong. Powlett 3 p.m., Evensong All services by Mr. A. Wninwright.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 November 1914

< DEATH. WEATHERITT.—On the 1st November, suddenly, at "his mother's residence, "Woodville Farm," Inglewood, William John,-beloved third son of the late George and Kleanor Weatheritt, and brother of George, Thoinns, Alfred, .Joseph,-Gharles, Mrs Keel and Alice. -Aged 50 years.' > h 'Deeply repretfed.

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Drought-Resistant Wheats. GROWN AT'DERBY. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 November 1914

Drought-Resistant Wheats. GROWN AT'DERBY. Afc the monthly committee meetinR of the Bendigo Agiiculturul Sooiety on Satur day, Mr ,J. Bailey, of Derby, exhibited two fine sample:) of drought-resistant wheat* which he .had cultivated this,season. Mr Bailey, after refeirirtg to the had ntato of the country, generally,in the north, said his. samples of wheat would. bhow that, all the oountry .was not bid.-; The ^wheats, were tw^ new/dioyght-resi»t»nt; stocks,1 which he obtained from- Dookie last: yenr. One was ''Warden" afid the other. ,< was "Quarty." . Bach crop ptood-about! 3ft (Hn high, while ho had "Federation'' wheat in crop which was only a ;few,iinche» high. "Warden" was a good seed wheat, and also prolific for hay, while.."Quarty" liad similar qualities. They were.long-berried wheats,.! ana the ears, which were in two rows, were well, filled and developed. In a prolific yenr like last year the ears would bo in four rows. He had about 7» acres in crop of these wheat*....

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Derby Patriotic Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 November 1914

Derby Patriotic Fund. A conceit in aid cif the Derby Patriotic Fund whs held mi Wednesday night .and I»«ved a »i e'a success. Ci\ .1. IWley oc cupied llin chiliand iii• u" blight speech lif ineiitimied tlwt LH.'! had boendonated, *•>■1 1-41 oli'.ained Ihnnijjli llio 'sale of fliyep tiiven l>y Derby residents. He then HiiiiMMuct'd llit* i^ift- nf three hags of wheat, wliich wiiuld l.e «u!il at Uimdigo oh a date '"'"•fixed. . A ««hmI |ii(i'jvnii\me »f suny* w'i< Ii-Mili'icl liy Mis-. Umliml and the Mi-.-i: ulVl|ii aiid Fanner. i:id Messrs. I'uilviul uml Maimer. ' Encore* were "uiiiuiims. The performers, >vho acquitted thsniMives splendidly, are me.it favourites »t Derby. Votes of thanks to Mr Lienhop, tho povfomievs, ami otheis who assisted, were carried. The wheat donated to the above .fund ™y Mie? Ward and Mr. P. Sbea vrai.iqld s'.thc Beehive, Beiuli(jo, on Caturday,' '••Using £3 5b. This brings the< Derby Wntfibution up to £7Sl7»2a.

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"Duties of Lord Mayor." [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 November 1914

"Duties of Lord Mayor." Alderman D. V. Henneasy, Lord Mayor of Melbourne, was smiling'.on Saturday over the conception some people hnvo of the duties of h Lord Mayor. Included in his correspondence was the following letter :— „My neighbor has s rooster.- 116 crofts from 2 a.m. to IS a.m. My household can get no sleep because of him. I have com plained to the owners of the bird, but they tika no notice. I wish you would'remedy this nuisance as you have done. in..the p^t." ... Slinking his head sadly. Alderman Hen neasy remarked that it must be a German bird annoying decent Australians. ,"It certainly seems to have some of the attributes that have made the' Kaiser famous—or infamous—according to the point of view," added the Lord Mayor. "I could have understood it better, notv, 'had it been a turkey.''

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 November 1914

MINING. We learn that there is a good prospect of a revival of quartz tinning' at Bealiha. Mews Hoive,' Burgoyne, and Maithouse Iwe taken up-three leasou on the old Welcome line of reef, on» central'and the others north and south of; it renpectively, and application has heen niide to the Government for assistance l>y a grant- of I-'-'.'U. As the policy of the Government is fur 111i11 indevelopment, the application is one which should receive favourable C'ln^ideration. M,r. l«ara£wanath, Govern ment senlouist,. visited Bealiha recently, »nd appealed to liu favourably impressed with tlie. piuspi'cts of the lenses. This once vvt'll-kii'iivi ie«f has wit heen worked f»r -it) y«ii>, a* it whs abandoned owing to inalii ity Hi thit time t<ic»pe with the water, Mitch, liMvcwr. appears- now . to. have iluinuil away. Y>elrl.» as Itlnh as 3oz to the ton hritl ,1.1'pn ol,hiiii<-d l'i mti this reef in fVilii') day*. \V« : n i-(( the enterprise

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Fodder for Starving Stock. KAILWAY REBATE.' [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 November 1914

I Fodder for Starving Stock. I KAILWAY REBATE.' lteceutly Mr. A. Oiay, at the instance of the Donald Shire Council, made, •repre sentations to the Hallway Commissioners for more 'generous treatment of owners of starving slock in the matter of carriage on fodder. He 1ms received the following leply Adverting to your letter Asking that the reduced lutes granted in respect of fodder for starving stock be applicable in the case of consignments forwaided to agents to be subsequently disposed of for (Starving stock purposes, I «m directed to explain that whilst the full rate is origin ally imposed in such instances, a rebate of (he difference between the full and the concession rate is granted upon production by the agent or storekeeper of * statutory tJecUintion from the persons to whom the fodder 1ms been sold to the effect that the fodder was purchased ar.d used; solely for feeding stock which are starring owing to the drought. It is, of course, recognised that some difiicultymay be ex...

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