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AT WEDDERBURN JUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 March 1914

AT WKDDEKBURN .JUNCTION. Hern tlie storm lasted from I! to '1 p.lii. At Mr Douglas Wade's the ice was tin."■ size of teacups, and left holes in the roof varying up to 8ins in size. Two ladies in the house, Mrs Turner and Mr* Howes, were forced to take refuse under tables, while otiiers nought safety under beds'. I Every window in the house was smashed. Pepper trees and plants in the garden were battered to the ground. Many fowls were killed, and a horse was cut nbnul considerably. Tanks, boxes, and pots and pans left outside were smashed up, and even an old Colonial oven was dented. The ivory was knocked off the keys of a piano by hail coming in through a broken window". Tlic damage to (he rooting and furniture is estimated at £20. A young man oh the place had a narrow escape of being killed bv the large lumps of ice which fell. These were piled up after the storm to a depth of three feet around the fences.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AT BRIDGEWATER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 March 1914

AT 1)1UDGKW..\TKU. ■ On ]' liil iy afternoon unothoi- 40 point. wis rcgisU'icd, timUiiift ft total tif 217 point, for the day. At North Iiiidyewatcr Mr Willia^i iViii;lit had »|| his windows lirukt1 n l>y llm hail on the eastsidu of bis residence. All his fruit trees weie stripped. Orange? word split in two. Tho Venetian Minds oi the house wore also broken lit Mr John Johns's. Mr Coghlan, wlio was in the vicinity at tho time, says some of the 1 ■ iI was nearly as large as 21b jam tins. The lain descended in torrents. Many narrow ^scapes are reported, but nothing serioup] so far has been heard of.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
An "A" without a Tall. BREAKS DOWN A THISTLE CASE. COSTS AGAINST THE SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 March 1914

An "A" without a Tall. . IIRKAKS .-DOWN' A THISTLE CASE* ' COSTS. AGAINST THE SHIRE. . ; Neglect..In pot.aVtnll'I'on the.letter ,in a ihistle.police lead- to this dismissal of case .iifj iiiijit Ml-Niciil Bins., of Koiong ..Vnle, ut iliu WycliepiooT couiton 1u-'sday. '.DefiMidiirits'tverc proceeded rtgninst in re sjii'Ot of laud aLTi>u'.tniiiiiip, the cise IpivinL' . . Well previously adjourned. ■ Mr. ■/. F. l'lMiiu'falhei', l'.M.-, u'ii*'on the liench. Mi. Suliipiliind, for the dofendnnts, took ' Btri.ns; objection to the notice served 011 his .flipi'its: ?f|io Act provided tjvjt a descrip ljun nf Ijic ftll.-il|iiuiiis';'iY (jie pmpeity |md IP.'njl|'P,,V''pp t|ip nptipp. tie h»nded- in > ilufendanls1 nnlieeY statin!.' that instead- of ,i --ItnmiHnu "allots 7a and 8'' it read "allot ,.. "11.8" Thqj'd was nothing in'the nntico *,< • ' :conccj ninu defendants' piopeity, which ■ cutainly was ltiit nmnlieii'd 7<.'8. : : Mi Guinness (for- ihu inspector): There...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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SPORTING. TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 March 1914

SPORTING. ' TEiNNIS. Tile following tournament matches'have been played:—' - - -- \,'4lixBr»''.I)bu#ii»»v J. B.SutheiUnd niVd " Miss M. Hum .plirey boat E. Given iiiul Miss Uliidmnn, (i-(l, (1-2. . p. W. pprav|n;and Misj T.tys'nm heat H • W'jiil't- luid.MifSjjimitts, fi—<5—3. a! C<>ut|s ijti^AIiss',leiinings"beat p. ]V. ..Ihmhfook nnd".Miss Quick','-' fi—0. 3-(i, : v.; '■ ; ,' Mils'S ; L)0UHf.K>i. , I' lik'ar'nnd Suthoi'liirid liint Tntaliiill »nd Kitt>o», 4- flj li—4. 11-^1. ;.;:nA|)IKs' SlNdr.KS. Miss Smilh iieutMiss Gl.idman, 8 — 4, fi-2. -■ V ..,, ■

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 March 1914

P>- Uu'iti; ^ , WchuIn Great Peppunviint Cmu. . ( Knr Biuncliinl Cou(jIih tnko WoiuW Gfeut Pufijicimint Cure, le 64

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 March 1914

P3J3JJO J3A3 afilHA XS3S PUB saJnBjj uicjd in spoof) im •Snims tlnj at si HITS ailttKIlS S.aaiHOd :. - __ . Ndsvas 3Hi ,10 XN3A3 3HX Have you tasted ^ COHN BROS.' New Chilled and Filtered BEER? IT'S LOVELY. Better than Lager Bebause there's more-body in it. Better than English Because its-lighter iiodo 1 Melboiii'he Eight Hours 'Aft Onion .'*■ Kxhiiutiok Dun.nixcis, MKUiotms'ii, * Monday, 27th April, Acknowledged to bo 0110 ol Um most iimiuilto of nil OBtb Yenr. the Ait Uuiutji uver hoM. CBtli Year.. ; As popular us over. ! 1 lie "rent event of llu> year. 58 Annive.tei-.ry Eight Honrs Day. Grand Pete, Itazaar ami Art Union. Tn aid «! Charities.. (Town and Country^ Eight Hours Day. Public & bank holiday. Eight Honrs Art Union, 1*00 prizes, value i'1000. Workslif art by Australian artiMs. 1st PR15CE, OIL PAINTING,'value. £000 2nd I'Rl/.K, Oil, PAINTING, value £100 3rd PRIZE,OIL PAINTING, value £50 anil 97 other prizes ranging in value from *20. The'art union will be drawn a...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Approaching Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 March 1914

Approaching Sales. Mitrcli 31.—Lo^nn stock sale.—Thomas Morrow and Co , .luclioneers. Apiil 2.—Ingleivoodstocksale.—Thomas , M onnw and Co., auctioneers. April 2.—Subdiv'isinniil sulo of filiO acres . freehold at S-tlisbury, under instruc tions from Mr. A. II. McPherson. Tlinii.ns Morrow and Co., auctioneers. April 8.— Sale of cottage, household . furniture and effects at Sullivan street, on behalf of Mis Blake.— Thomas Morrow and Co, auctioneers. April 22.—Sale of 10 acres freehold land, 7-roomed cottage and furniture, etc, at Rlieola, on behalf ol Mr. - -Howell Yorath. —Thoir.as Morrow and Co., auctioneers.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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BRIDGE HOTEL, KINGOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 March 1914

BRIDGE HOTEL, KINGOWER. The owneis, Colin Bro9.' Yictorin Btew ery Co., find the licensee, Ellen Hi]belt, were represented by Mr Frank Cohen, of Messrs Cohen mid .Woodwind. • Senioi;constnl)le Dunn deposed that the hotel whs seven miles from In<;leivood ind was n single storey btick building coni^stint! of nine rooms in the nvtin building and three detAcl)i'd bedrooms. The house was in bud ■ oi(]elf~nnd pnorly fi|rnUhed. The licensee was a weekly tenant lit IjI" perl week. store was ulso run m. conjunction with the hotel. In his opinion it could lie closed without public inconventenoo. The Dourest hotels were thoso at Rheola, n dis twice of live miles, and the Royal was the nearest of the In<;lewood houses. Wehla was nine miles away. In comptring the fc.vo-he would rather see the Wehla.lintel closed. . ' To Mr Cohen : There were also stables across the road. The miin building was not an old one. His expeiience in the disivict had been sufficient, for him to kno...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 March 1914

A Simple Cure for Indigestion. How a Ueuclitr ol>t>iined ivondeiful unci immediate Relief, fioiti '»n Ordinny - • • Antacid. Suil'eieis frutu >iuVnj>istii)n will lie in teiesled in h letter written, l>y .Mr. II. Cuddeford, (10 George Street, Kuston Rd,r London, who, liiivin^ suti'eied tetrilily from xtoiiMch trouble, quickly cured "himself-1 iy - a simple leiriedy. Mr CVddeford-ivritns:-<= "I h ive suffered with iodi^estion .and coil ►tipiitiim I*11['' over liveyears; and ii~h»sboeu ueltinK worrni -every year.- Fori1 tlnsi.ln<t tvvulve month < 1 have suttered .•diifadful piiiii. I luve been attending n .duc;or lor several yens, but I *»t>t no better. - I luve also laten attending^Middlesex ^Hospital;, •till .1.cot iki .ImLtOf. I'V'nd^r dare's not touch; T to.qet properly ritipdrnvn i L -cnul^ ih\L (:r)iU|uii!riiiy-. ivtnk )-.I .-|i ud r<iiiudred:<if,Vveo>,^i»d,-:<lilit.-oi^mrMiSo»;'.iii fact, I of...

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SIMPSON'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 March 1914

SIMPSON'S CREEK. (FROM OUR CORRRSrOXDRXT.) .Saturday, 21st inst,, saw the finish of the association cricket, m itches, I/vuiecoorie, who were beaten on the fiist innings, forr feiting their match to Arnold. The latter team, thus having a day off, a few of its members journeyed to Kingoiver, where, with the assistance of some of the local men, a match was played with a combined Kin: gowar and Rlietla team. The home team, however, infiicted_a cnishiiig defeat on the visitors, to whom the local ladies dispersed afternoon tea, which was greatly appreci ated. - I will now leview the form displayed by the leading players of the Arnold cricket team during the season just closed. \V. Weil (captain) is the best wicket-keeper in the association, and ope who is admitted by all who have seen him to havir no niipeiior in this, department in any up. country teim. He is also the most finished bat of his side, though .hy.-no.means, up.io hi-? standard of previous years; nor is lie nearly as consist...

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EXCHANGE HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 March 1914

EXCHANGE. HOTEL. Sir Joliu Quisle appeared for the owner nnd lisens e, Arthur Nixon. Senic.r-Constable Dnnn said tlie hotel was situated 130 yards from the Royal Hotel on the south, and SO yards from the Charlie Napier nn the Norths It was a one-storey brick building, in two puts, one portion coriipn.-ini: Imp, bur parlor, nnd two bed rooms. The oilier portion comprised six bedrooms, n kitchen, dining room, « lnryo store, bathroom, nnd washhouse. Four bedrooms were used for the family, and four for the public. The class of trade was a bar trade. The hotel was fairly well furnished, was in a yood State of repair, nil 1 was well conducted. In his opinion ihe hotel could be spared withoutany consider jable iiicuiveuiunue to thu public. The license covered the s'oreas well -is the hotel by the whole being included in the lictnsed premises. The business of a wine and spirit merchant was earned on in thestJie, u.ider the publican's license. There had been no complaint whatever a^ainsk the...

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Reveals Complexion Secret of the Spanish. Lady tells how she keeps her youthful complexion, even at sixty. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 March 1914

Reveals Complexion Secret of the Spanish. Lady tells limv she keeps her ymuhful com[)Uxion, oven ivt sixty; ".As » young «•'!<" wri.es one of iim readei?, " I always hid a nice clear and delicately-tinted complexion, but on reach ing the age of thirty it changed completely. The chilly winter winds and rain made my akin rough and dry—my f.ice usetTSo hum *nd umait horribly after the slightest expo rate to fio~t (iv cold. „ I felt very woriied to nee the dreadful oil i»g» that was taking plnce. About this time I went for a trip *hroad. and while Unveiling in the south of Spiiti became intimate with an elderly Spanish lady. Knowing how proud the Spanish Bills aie of their lovely skin, and hoping she could lielp me, I Void her of my . trouble. She advised me to obtain two ounces of rose water, one diam tincture of benzoin, and two ounce* of ordinary H.iwers of oxx'iin from the chemist, which, »he said, I could mi* myself, and, after shaking well, apply it with a soft cloth or...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 March 1914

HAD TO LAV VP WITH COLD. "I had a severe cold accompanied \yith distressing pains in the chest, and had to lay up," writes Mr. Sam Scott, 56 Fitz gerald street, North Perth, W.A. "I had tried all sorts of medicines, but nothing did me "the 'slightest good. ' Having Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy in stock I tried that, and it gave 1110 instant relief, and.I was quickly cured. Best of. all 1 lnive remained cured." told by \V Jennings, Btowltfteper,'1 Injilewood and lfriia

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 March 1914

MAKMiuVj^rcfc-YOUNG "1 had pains in the .eliest aad strrnia ;li wliifji the .doctor Hiiitl wore due to indi jieidion," writes M r lv» I lealey,* SiuUllor, ltaurimn, K.Z1' Ais.tiicdioine did nic 110 (rood ! wn'a advisi'd to try .Chamber lain's Tablets;'anil did so. I R"t imme diate relief, and am" now r.over without.a ; bottle in ir.y rrV.m. 1 am a verv old man, but (,-MiaiV.lA-iltill's TahlelB make me.feel ' well "and -yoinii,'." by W,. .leniiiuj-a, - slorcltV(!).«r,*' Iii^TewWoa^U AIya|a. WOLFE'S-SCHNAPPS 8pells Perfection in Liquor. x It !• a Popular Tonic.

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Licenses Reduction Board. HARP OF ERIN HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 March 1914

Licenses Reduction Board. HAIIP'OF Ky:FNT HOT1CI",. This, case w.ts held on Thursday morn tils;. Mr 'Newell appeared for Fitzgerald'* Ilrewoiy Co, llu; owner.', and Mr K. K. llonin forifho licensee, Msry Theres* •Daniel'.^ Senior-constable Dunn deposed that the hotel was a sinsle-storey wooden building!, very old and in bid u'piir, and contained 14 room-", seven of wliicli wero bedrooms, three being available for public use. Thero , was.n 0 or 7- stall stabUrin tlio yard, liut it was an old building nnd not in good repair. | The house was poorly furnished on the t whole, but was well conducted with tho .'exception of a conviction iccotded on 3rd 1 December, 1912, for failure to have the bar door locked. The licensee was a weekly tenant.at a rental of 25s. The hotel «»s patronised principally by farmers and the . laboiing class. A fair trade was done. I Thero were one or two permanent bo irdnrs, but the trade was chiefly done at the bar. There ivus no conipxiisnn between ttie Empire ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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POST OFFICE HOTEL, RHEOLA. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 March 1914

POST OFFICE HOTEL, RFJEOLA. Robert Soulaby, owmiy and licensee, was represented hy Mr F. Cohen. —Senior-constable Dunn deposed that the hotel whs situated at Rhoola, 12 miles from Inglewood, and was a single-storey wooden building, consisting of 11 rooms, with three rooms detached. Five bedrooms were avail able tu the public. The building was old and in poor lepaii-but well furnished, It w is badly situated on the side of a steep hill, which nude the yard difficult of access. A general store and post oftbe was run in conjunction. The bar and store were in one room. The house was very clean. In his opinion one hotel at Rheola could be closed. Constable HicVte deposed tl|at the situa tion of tlui bar was objectionable in tint fomales and children, when "nincr for , groceties, h id to stand in the midst of men diinking. There was only 8ft of space between the two counters, and the. men'* conversation was at times was not too good. The back y ud, being on the side of a hill, was dangero...

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Bear's Lagoon Mechanics' Institute. FORMAL OPENING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 March 1914

Bear's Lagoon Mechanics' Institute. FORMAL OPENING. Wednesday, 25th inst., was a red-letter da- ; the history of Hoar's i.agoon, in t marked the formal opening of the moat importani piibliu building the township pos sesses-a Mechanics' Institute. The niovement responsible for its origin had its inception some two years ago, when with the increase' of settlement in the dia'rict a need for gome'building which would beTivailable tor public use was felt. The raising of the necessary funds was a stiff problem to face, but the work was cheerfully undertaken by a strong com mittee formed for the purpose. Enter tainments were held, shooting parties con ducted, and t'lie ladies actively assisted by holding regular, work meetings. During the past year in particular the work was seriously undertaken, and it stands greatly to the credit of those concerned that about £220 was obtained. With this sum in hand it was felt that a start could Bafelv be made, and a contract was let to Mr f). McCauley,...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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BANK HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 March 1914

BANK HOTEL. . ..[This case was next considered. Sir John Quick appeared for the licensee, MissRc.se Aliorn, and Mrs Phillips, who held mi /qtei mediate lease which -she hud sub'e:. fQ Miss 4'>ern, lind Mr P. E. Ilwin ;• presented Mr J. W. Freenwn, owner. Senior-const'tble Purjn ieposed. that the [ hotel-was situated fbmit l^Q juds fioni the Itoyil Hotel, and was a single-storey liuild ing consisting of 13 looms, five of which were bedrooms, four being available for public use. 'I'llleo rooms were detached fiom the main building. Thu house was very old, in bad repair and poorly furnish ed. it was well conducted, gad a fair bar iiii.li) .ivus done. Oira IkmIio i:n was dump. TUu diainagu was lnU. Tiiiire was a !> or 4 stall stable at Iho rear. The hotel was loused to Miss Aheiii for tlneo .yeais i.t a woekly rental of £1 15s.- The Chuliei Napier hotel was 120 yatds awuy, and tlu' K.vclmnge 4i> yards. It had more nvnilabloj rooms th'tii the hitter, but oonM not, cn;n- i pare wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 March 1914

ACK H/NG, I Chinese Doctor and Herbalist;' Howard Place,BENDIGO, j (Late of Maryborough) . f FRACT^it)NER In Burgery andMeilk . .. cine,, having pawed eiamirmtionn m . Ctatoa, (China) as'Chinese Doctor, and JimetlaM in: the Hospital at Sun Ning City '.«* three;eara, win ■ . ■; Visitlnglewood ; ob } ' Thursday, April 2, and may 1m consulted at Donaldson's • Pelican Hotel from 8.90 a.m. to 4 p.a». - I TESTIMONIALS: "Mr. Ack Hing, ChineM Herbalist, Maryborough.—1, the andmigned, nave much pleasure in teatifying to the great good derived from Mr. Ack Hlng'a treat ment. Three month* ago I wa« struck with muscular paralyeie, which'haa now left me owing to: his herbal treatment.— K. Pkimk, Maryborough." 441 feel 1 cannot thank Or. Ack Hing enough for the kind attention to me while under treatment since June last. When in West Australia I injured myself- in terually.-and in spite rof the operation? that performed, t»iid the treatment of three doctors, no relief was aftorued. When 1 returned...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 March 1914

Advertise Your District! . TO AfX WHOM IT MAY C'ONOKRN. If you.wish your district to gain prom inence. do liot kerni the knowledge of local happenings to yourself. - If you wish events in which you are interested to ha made public, just uiop n line to "The Advertiser" oliico in time to nllow of arrangements being made for n reporter to attend, or, failing that, try your own hand nt reporting. Don't bother to anyi great extent about the composition ofi articles: 'just write fully and clearly—the] editor v,ill do tin; rest. Wciid'!'/.",.deaths, accidenis, concerts, #p„itg, • < cisO . cat tiering!) and personal liarn;-.VI'iis Li.re all of interest to your . ueijiiibors, and by drawing public atten tion to your district you are doing a good work. That there is reason for this reminder is not our fault. We have, unfortunately, no miraculous power of knowing what is happening in all the area served by this journal, but are desirous, with your co operation, of lessening our limi...

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