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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 February 1914
FORTY-FIVE POUNDS - will lie. given in Prize Money by Hie I KproDg.Valo K.C, Sports Committee at Sports to be lipid '6n',« APRIL 1st. The PROGRAMME includes: Sheffield and 220yds Foot Raccs. Half-mile and Mile Bicycle Races. Trial Stakes. Pony Hare. Hack Have. ■ Three Trots. Tug-of-war. Tossing the Caber. Putting the Weight. Tossing Slie.if. See ■ Posters or obtain Programmes ; r-. >" from Y'»? - ' P. W. KINIRY. I Hop. . P. W. FA1IEY l Sees. Wedderburn Races. • - _ annual meeting, ''"Wednesday, March 25. programme. Trial Handicap.—To start at 2 p.m. £10. Second horse £2 out of stake. Six furlongs For horse that have never won over £10. Entrance 10s. Ladies' Bracelet Handicap Trot.—To Btart at 2.30. £12. Second horse, £2 out ot stake. U miles. Weights: Saddle, list lOllis; hart °ss, lOst lOlbs. All horses to be nominated »y ladies. Scratch horses handicapped on 3; minutes basis. En trance 12s. (Registered). Wedderburn Handicap.—To start at 3 o'clock. £30. Second horse £3, third £2...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 February 1914
Adwrtise Your District! 1V1WJMT .«««««. „ ' ,vi,u vour district, to gain prom 115 do not. kc&lt;w> tl'O knowledge of loo,1'?' s t0 yourself. I i yon wish 1(* ;n v iirfi von ere interested to be (veniflII1.... j *t 0,01-) a Unc to Jlio. m? J'"l'r"' ntlko in time to allow of ' AilvertJs&lt;-r | # _ „ rpnnrtcr Advertiser" •" arrangements being made for a reporter to Attend, or, failing that., try your own , (mf Rt reporting. Don't liotlier to any great extent about llie composition of articIcH; jnst write fully and clearly— Dig editor will do tlie rest. Weddings, deaths, accidents, concerts, jporfs, social gatherings and personal iiaMzrapliH «re .'ill of interest to your iiei'dibors, nnd by drawing public atten tion't6~your district you are doing a good ivork'. That I here is reason for this reminder ia not our fault. Wehave, unfortunately, no miramdous nower »f knowing wbnt ia ljappciiitif? in all tlie area served by this Journal, but are desirous, with your co oper...
South African Miners. RETURN TO AUSTRLIA. GENERAL BOTHA DENOUNCED. Adelaide, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 February 1914
South African Miners IlKTCKN TO AU.STKAMA. OENKUAfj liUTM.i DKNUUNCKQ. Adelaide. MoiuUy. By tins aleamer Bel l imit,tvhijih Hiiivetl in ll.e Onlri llulifir yesteidiiy, iheie nr. I lived 120 people fs'.nii South Al'iici, llie liujmily l>i.-iiij« miners unil vtiilw:iy men, and their tamilies, who left .lohnnnesliuii,' *fter the recent strike. On (lie «lenmer they funned * committee l&lt;> (lrftvv up * sUtemeiit fur publication, ra-! guiding recent events mi the IKnd. They will also get into touch with the Trades Hill puniest unJ place their side before them. The m«n are very hitter at their trettment." They left by the lirst tntin riftoi- nmiliil Inn ended, mid «ty tint they were so tired of South African rule 111*:, they left their house* and liurnt their fur niture. A repieseutitive of the uienV •nnimitU'e said : — "We were ali^olutely driven out of the countiy owing to tin- rule of tlie Dutch. We decided that lirltish lule was ;»l>solutely » farce as far t»s South ...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 February 1914
PERSONAL. t,,,*;'1' 0; ""JV. eWik in llie Bunk of Vic ! 'I1'1-1'*1' leccivi-il wind »f hU teriUv i*"lc? »nd left yec A N l i - At 1 ueii'l-iy * ,110Bt|I1(, „f ,|1() IVj.|e, ;; ur . 0'1 *''• »"yle >« * meiiihfll. ">« *isti J. r'TH? u,e WHIi e*pr«is«sd, >i»il '"Pn* »n l ^ fN"1"' would lie • 17 »nU |irosper()Ull> I ?ill innJffc"'," i rTniDi- Umt- UuJ Jy ill wirh V* whou«en»ua I't'iWii, ■*? * !'! .'.l®**1'1 ^ jwterdiy nil
Liberal Solidarity. SELECTING SENATE CANDIDATES [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 February 1914
V ^ liberal; Solidarity. SELECTING SENATE CANDIDATES s.Tliure is 'every indie itio:i tint the «ioit ptililic.il bittje is at hand, The last issue nf ilia "Wi'iker," 'which is the most in ■ Hueiiti il-ofalLLibor oiijaiis, contained little &lt;if -iUiy consetjiienea save vepeited calls to .items..: Ayaul-anil a^ain, nn this pajje mid l.h it.-L.ib, .warned; .mumiieis of the Inhor l'iii-t.y th-it-Llit,')'' must lie in their [.laces to ■luht. determined -to; win. There i-i little : doubt. that, the neply "ill ba pri.mpt ; the Parly Iris its hr.-Uline, four hiindioil-thoin ihkI Adult unionists, who niiiy l.e*ve&lt;itrtled us regulars, :tud behind them it Ins its volunteers. . . Happily it is,.likely th it solidaiity ; will be seemed in tile Liberal cnir.p.The three [liberal leagues .li-ive united an Select can didates- for the .six Seiritu-seats- which will be vacant, whuir the ^double, dissolution comes. . The.MT.uigementss made for the selection (if tliu six me necessaiy...
OBITUARY. MR. P. GILLESPIE, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 February 1914
OBITUARY. Rill. I'. GiU.KSl'lK, .j.j. After.a serious illness lasi in» t„ fllV) "luistnias, Mr Vuli-r Oilli\«pi,., ,f ttie bestUnowu :m&lt;I liio-l'Ni', |„e('j . \ if ntir rlistiiet. residenls. din I \| , ,|. jVcnitii! Ust at. "G'.iMi-slbvit linn;,.," n /ower. Fur over yens Air fiilli-,.,;,. resided with 5iis family nn lli,. e.-i .1,. •fllifcli llis lifl! eillll'd. ly f in j,..,,, iyo lio with liitJ wife and s vveia •,o rwWo.it H'urkoTo;i«l,' I I'i.vt h.ii n. wli,.,.u uV'ImlJ'/cm'lsiiliMril/U'. jy'.Wiei.ty, Iim\ ini- ||i, lia i.e., usual custom aftw'UUmg 111»" liis residem-is in Metlioiiino, .Mr Gillespie >viiU UU w;f* UhV daughters re-visited' •V;ien:ill,yi,' grange" at the end of (Miilior list, und it uras'wliile oil a vi;it to lli.-- old home ttmt •lie diacaso which ultimately in•■rctd f tt;i| .leveloped. Some three weeks liuforu Christinas, not feelirii; in his u-ual health Mr Gillespie consulted his medic d n:lvi.&lt;er) Dr. Wilkinson, :if Ingluttnrtj; As a r...
Chronicles of Rheola. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 February 1914
Chronicles of Bbeola. By J.D.K.3. CHAPTKR I. (1) Ami it came to past tint in the J iununtiinl-£Mt of Joidon did live * tribe. I 4nd the moimtsins yielded much gnld.and itiiny nun of nil nations did dig, and did jjst gold -ye i, even big nuggets. (2) Afad the pkce «»* c*IIed Berlin. (3) In those d tyn when much gold was got dil the people sing, and li nice, and pKy. Aud they pltyed hard on instruments m were in comiftoii use in those days—the whistle, the eoriceitina, and llie bones. (4) And the memory of the sweet music Itnmiued in the minds of the people for linny yews, mid a tabernacle whs builded —yfa, builded iie ir mi inn. (3) And the people from the mountains, vuj tho*e wIki lived in the v-vlleys, did cnme, and did dtnce, and did fin);, And .nine did brill); iustiuments on which to pKy, and did t ike -tiv.iy (gain those jnst|Ur i ipents when the sqn did vise again in thtf i q\rt. i M) Rut the wise men front among the i people of the mountains and the valley* &lt; did «...
TOURNAMENT MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 February 1914
TorilXAM 'ONTAIATCIIIvS:, The Mlmi ing .ire tlx; handicaps anddraw fill' the lirsl 11 hin :l of the tournament ' matches to Ins conducted by I lie local club ! Play ivill commence on Monday next, j March -ml. ' The Gentlemen's mid biidio.* Singlos Mmi the Lidies' Doubles Handicaps in it." t lie completed liy .Saturday, March J4. I'layeis cull arrange theii mvn times between those dales, liul special emphasis is placed mi the fact tlmt if the matches are not con eluded within tin* times specified tlio de faulting players will bo scratched. This rule will bo strictly adhered to in mdei that. finality in the tournimont c vu lio obtained. The relative byes will be drawn for on t'ho termination of the lirst round : — G ENTLE.W EN'S, ^DOUBLES. ' . . - Tat^hcll and Kit (son, owe 15, v;I'arker. and Sutherland, »cr. ' Gladman and Smith„o\vo. 15; v.Bailoy mid McPherson, owo 3-0 of 15-. ■ Piddams nnn Lamont.-o.we 4 strokes, v ■Smith anil C&lt;>utta,.owi'. 15. • .Deravifl and Wright,...
SPORTING TENNIS. ASSOCIATION FINAL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 February 1914
SPORTINU —i 0 * TKiNNIS. ASSOCIATION FINAL. . j Thi} tin il mnlcli t" p.'inmnl honors (litsUvfon Hi.- Sim |M-Iit ini! ami Iii«leivi>oi]I A. 11otinis will 1 vk>- place tu-m-.innv. llii I Uii.luM-'Wiitor filnli kindly cmiim'iiIiiI!,', it ll:y J lifi-n" ari-.miit-'il liy I lie imitiiil consent o 'the clul* ink-tested, .siilijs-ct tn.tlie up 1 p'rnv.ll (if till! u,-:SO(M:l|illll,; lli'lt tjiu Blf'S1 ij shall lie Iil.iyod.on l.li'j''I iiidniivviter. cninl, 'as pi'iividinii iieutial yriwnd. Tliu Inyle iiruod teM|ii (vill consist of the following Iplayers Messrs. DiiUlnin-', Colitis, ,IUm [.brook and MePher^on.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 February 1914
■,;nv6' Ddsiss a comm,etk- cukk am subject jo bowel troubles which cause paiii and inconvenience," write* Mr. Alfred Wane, 185 Auburn Road, Au burn,'Victoria, "but liavp always: friuml Iw'o-dotes of Chamberlain!* Colic ami Diarrlnen Kemedv to' bffect'u .coiiipleje cure. I am pleased to know that there is such a sale and certuih' reined y u>: f.'hani'berlain'u Colic aiid" Diarrhoea Kcinedy,'and always keep a bottle handy." Sb!d by W. Jennings, storekeeper, wood and Myaa. • , •
Tragedy at Boort. MR. OSWALD COUTTS SHOT DEAD. MURDERED BY COOK. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 February 1914
Tragedy at Boort. MR. OSWALD COUTTS SHOT DEAD. MURDERED BY COOK. Residents throughout the whole district &nbsp; were appalled and horrified on Tuesday when it became known that Mr. Oswald Coutts, aged 27 years, son of Mr. Robert Coutts, the well known grazier, of Long &nbsp; View Station, Boort, hud been cruelly and deliberately murdered by a cook at the station. From the particulars to hand it appears that the cook, a big powerful man named George Appleby, had wished to go &nbsp; to Melbourne by Tuesday's excursion train &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; without giving notice. To this Mr. Coutts objected, stating that if Appleby carried out this intention he would deduct a week's &nbsp; wages. The point was argued, but Mr. Coutts refused to settle on any other con ditions. He then drove into Boort, and returning with his groom he was met by Appleby, who said he would shoot him. Mr Coutts did not take the matter serious- ly, ...
KINGOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 February 1914
KINGOWER. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) A meeting of the trustees of the Kin- gower Cemetery was held on the 21st inst. &nbsp; to try to come to a settlement about the rf i timber that has been cut and taken away. &nbsp; Mr. T. NeIson read a copy of a letter that had been sent to the Board of Health, Melbourne, which he had been instructed to send by those present at the previous meeting. IIu also leaij tlio lcjjly, wlucli st'ited- t'liilt the cliaii man't; vote \va* leu il on account hi Ins sun belli" over iiyn nirJ. (iiit- (if Ins control, ami tliit.his casting vole coulil nlsti W Hsi'tl. ■.."Mivfl'.SIniuiiO'sy : I hive u letter from tliu Hoard of [le-tltli, hut it Uillui's veiy much from the one you have. •Mi/Nelson tlion read it, tvliich staled lli'it the chairman, Mr. A. 'lm;v. couhl imt vote on account o[, his son bem« the in, toresltil party. - t • s • Mr, 'Nl'lsnn ; Thoru was a- nian-.sent up. froi;|. the. P»i}iril 11F Ijealtl) to inspoct the dntnnga ilnno to tho...
Woosang Easter Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 March 1914
Woosang Easter Sports. The annual' meeting of the Woosan# Krister sjiorts committee was'held in iho Wnn«iog Hull on Tuesday evening, 17th inst., when there' wns a good attendance. Tliti president, Mr YV. J. Stuntt, occupied the chair. . The balance sheet, showing stfeh excel lent results from tho last sports, was received and adopted. It was decided to hold tho usual »poits on Easter Monday, April I.'fth. The &lt;|uestion of the allotment of funds again caused an animated discussion, there being some difference of opinion on the question. It was finally decided, as there was an intention to make extensive im pnivements o?i the reserve, ti> donat« one third to the hospitals and two-thirds to the hull and lecreation improvement fund. The election of otJicers resulted as fol lows President, Mr M. Donaldson ; vice president, Mr II. M'Gurk. The position of secretary caused a little concern, as the! n!il secretary, Mr I''. Leech, who had tilled the position since the inception ...
Approaching Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 March 1914
Approaching Sales. March Logan stopl; sale.*—'f liomV Morrow and Co., Auctioneer!). M&iclio.—Iuglo wood stock sale.—Tluinmn Morrow and Co., auctioneers, March 0.—Sale of 320 acres land in pirish of Salisbury, in oatnto of K IVyiie, deceased, 'it Ingletvond sale yurds.—Thomas Morrow and Co. mid McKem, McGregor nnd Co., auction, eers in conjunction. MhicIi 10. —fmporlafifc land sale at of Jill iwros' freehold, iiill) homesliMd, cuL-buildinjjH nnd ill accessories essential to a well-equipped farm, on lielialf of Mrs C. McPlieison, —Tliomts Morrow and Co., auction l-CI •>. Jliirli 12.—Clearing sale fit Mysia of hoife*, tnacliinciy, implements, house hold furniture and township property, on Ijolialf of M. O'Halloran.—Thomas Moriow and Co, auctioneer*. March 18.—Clearing Hale at Koron i; Vule of horse?, slioep and implement?, vn behalf of Messrs. \\\- and S. Cham bers.—.■* If* E. Wallis and Co, auction ecrs. March 21st.—Clearing sale atKmypaaiel of horses, cattle, machinery, im...
New Lands Explored. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 March 1914
New Lands Explored. Dr.' M/iwson, the leader of the Australian lescarch- expedition which Ins teturned from tins Antarctic, lias furnished the fol lowing statement of the principal accom plishments of tho party : — "The successful nejotiation by tlie Aurora of the Antarctic pack ice in a ficali spline of action, wliero the conditions were practically unkno vn. This resulted in the discoveiy of new lands and islands. "Tho establishment of two .^ntijictjc winturing stations, sepiia!pd by an ajf jjnp of 1,000 miles, boll) on lands never sighted, At these stations scientific programme were conducted, in one case for it period of one year, in I lie other for. a period extend inn over two years. "Journeys wert) nude ovir sea, ice, Mid plateaux : in i?gio:is never before sledded over. At, t lie main base the journeys ag •jregated 2.JOO miles ; at the western lusf, 800 miles, w hich "figures do not include depot"journeys, siippnrtin« parties, or in lay work. Land Iris been followed thiou^ll...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 March 1914
The Si itrt ruvui-.titf f-n- the montli nf Fell* runry, ivbieli, fur Ti e.i.-my jjm (hjsc-", eliKOil itt nu»u on Stliinlty, was l«8IH,0!I0, h» incie tsu of I,:}2 (WO "over tlie .im-nint it* coiled in tlit* cfii ivs|ii»i(lius mi'mlli "f hrt vpi. Tliu laiKviy 11'tiiins wore f7,1'-3 liiulii-r tli-in fnp I-VIiimi uy, l'.llli. Kor '.lie 'i^lit montli* of ihu lininci-il yvw which have ii'iw p.uM'd the roven ue »u l.&lt;i,2(Mi,4(i:t, nit incre is of L1H7.120 iw coin* piled willi 111j similar peiiod of list)'e*f&lt; TWO DOSKS A C -IMI'J.KTIC CUliK "I nm snbjert to bowel troubles wliirli cat:so pain and inrimvetiienee," wrilrt Mr. Alfred Wane, !Sj Auburn liojnl. Au burn, Victoria, "but have nKvavs ioiinij I two doaes of Clmnibf rluiu'i uolic"aiii| Diurrli ea lU'twdy t i I'ffect * romt'leli) euro. I am ple.tseil to know that llieru in such a g'lle and certniii remedy «* niaiuberlain'a Colic und Diarrliw* Hemedy, and ulwayu keep a bottle liawlv. Sold by W. Jennings storekeeper,...