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The Inglewood Advertiser, TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 March 1914

f$t iugleftwob TUESDAY. MARCH 31, 1914. There was an uhs-ttis'fnctory .ittenduRce nf .Indies nt the meeting held on Friday night to ftiriinye foi- holding h euchre party *nd dance'in a id''of the hospital, but it w.iS determined that the event should be held, Wednesday, 22nd i\piil, bains' the night| tixe'-l upon. />'■■■ • Oil TliuisiUy neit, lit 7.30 p.m., speciiil ordination services will be held in the Preshyteriiin Chut civ on the occasion ot the induction of tho'Hev A. L. G. Ash, M.A. A welcome socinl will be held in the Town Hull nb 8.1-50. All are cordially invited to lie present nt lioth functions. Tho Korong Vale R.C. sports will be held to-morrow.' A good progriimine of racing events lus been provided, and lis nil events have filled well a successful day is anticipated. At tlie A.N.A. conference on Wednes day Mr. J. T. Denig!\n, one of the Ingle-1 wood delegates, moved that the Govern ment be urged to give the grain elevator j system a trial. He said that Victoria was a...

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

I5IR.TII. | GOOK.—On 22nd March, at Nurse Hum phrey's private Hospital, Verdon-street, Inglewood, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Gook, jilii., a son (William Clarence Edwin.) Both doing wiill. , j

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TERRIFIC STORM ICE, HAIL AND WIND. BUILDINGS DAMAGED. LIVE STOCK KILLED AND INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 March 1914

TERRIFIC STORM ICE, HAIL AND WIND. BUILDINGS DAMAGED. LIVE STOCK KILLED AND INJURED. On Friday afternoon, between three and four o'clock, the district was visited with the most severe storm ever experienced within the knowledge of residents. Early in the morning a heavy full of rain took place, 110 points being registered locally. In the afternoon heavy masses of clouds banked up from the north-west and north east, and some startling peals of thunder ushered in the outburst at about 3.15. Rain was succeeded by a fall of hailstones which aroused interest, the largest being about the size of a small hen's egg. It was' apparent, however, that Inglewood was on] the southern outskirts of the storm, and that in the northern districts it was much heavier. Thirty-three points of rain were registered locally. The disturbance did not last long and shortly after the sky cleared. Word of a tremendously heavy storm, at   Powlett and Salisbury then began to filter in—of jagged lumps ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WAYMAN'S HOTEL RHEOLA. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 March 1914

WAYMAN'S HOTEL RHEOLA Mrs Catherine Macpherson, licensee, and   Miss Margaret Macpherson, owner, were represented by Mr E. S. Herring of Mary borough   Senior-constable Dunn stated that the hotel was a single story wooden building of recent construction, containing 17 rooms. Eight bedrooms were available to the public. Good stable accommodation was provided with 11 or 12 stalls. The hotel was well furnished and in good condition. It ap peared to be the best kept and most up-to- date country hotel he knew of. The licensee held a lease for seven years at a   rental of £1 per week.   To Mr Herring : The hotel was more suitable for requirements than the Post Office. There was also a billiard room. Constable Hickie corroborated, adding that the house was well conducted, and no encouragement was given to customers to drink more than was desired. It was   the best appointed hotel he had ever been in.   &n...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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JUNCTION HOTEL, KORONG VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 April 1914

JUNCTION MOTEL, KoRONG VALE. The owner and licensee, Jus. R. Gioig, 'w is represented liy Mr. Meigher, instruct ed by Mr Sutherland. Constable Bertram, stationed at Korong Vale, deposed thut tlie hotel was » wooden building containing 15 rooms, H of which were bedrooms, four being required for the family. The general trade wasT local and farming, and t-hd greater percentage • of commercial 'travellers used it. Ho con sidered the other hotel did a slightly bigger bar trade. The place was cleanly kept and nicoly: furnished, the dining room being particularly well kept. .To the board : The other hotel at Korong Vale was a better building than the Com mercial, and had more accommodation. The latter hid a store connected with it, which attracted some tr'tde. Scully's hotel compared favorably; with the Commercial, with the exception of the dining room, the latter not being so well furnished. For retention, evidence was given by S. R. Smith, Chas. W. Gogburn, Lea. Weir, and 11. J. Krause, ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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COMMERCIAL HOTEL, WEDDERBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 April 1914

COMMERCIAL HOTEL, WKDDER- ! BURN. Tlie owners, Hnnter Bros, and the licen see, Patlick Joseph Noonnn, were repre sented by Mr F. Cohen. Constable Robbie deposed that tho hotel was u single-storey brick 'building, con taining 12 rooms, six of which were bed-' moms, two being used for the family. The building uah in good repair, Wily well furnished, and fairly well conducted. There was good brick ,st»bling'of pi* or seven stalls, and three-loose boxes, as well as a forage room and ^hed for buggies. The hotel was situated at the extreme southern cud° of the town. The class of trade done was principally farmers from the south of the town, and the working olass. Of the other hotels one was situated at tho north ern end, and one in the -centre. In his opipio.n the Commercial Hotel could be easily spued from a dunking poiptof vipw, but on the whole he considered tl)p foiyij required all the accommodation it had. To the board : lie thought the bar trade was about equal between the three hot...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Approaching Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 April 1914

Approaching Sales. Q Ap:il 28.—Logan stock Bale.—Thomas Morrow and Co., auctioneers. April HO.—Inglenoodstnck sale.-Thontiis Morrow and Co., auctioneers. April 8.—Sale of ' cottage, household furniture And effects at Sullivan Street, on behalf of Mrs Blake — Thomas Morrow ami Co, auctioneers. April 9.—Clouting sale of Horses, sheep, farm plant, grain, sundries md «tc , »t Nowbridee, on belnlf of Me$turp E. A. and W. Douglas.—J. II, Lienhnp and Co., auctioneers. April 2'2.—Sale of 10 acres freehold; ■ land;]?'-roomed cottage and f.irnitnre, I etc, at Rheola, on behalf of Mr. I Howell Vorath. — Tlioir.^a Morrow and Co,, Auctioneers, |

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

.CommonwealthJfeBank of Hustralfa HEAD OFFIOE SYDNEY : U «p.n for.11 c!.m> of GENERAL* BANKING BUSINESS «t ' EQUITABLE BUILDING, OOLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Ajtoat IfJaey, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hpbirt, HHabatie, Rookhampkaa, Tewsiville, and L«n4ae, -.VillfMriltottM. wade to, and drafts drawn on foreign placet direct. Ferska kills safatfaUd sad Ouaetftfl. Latter* ot credit isaued to any part of the world. BIIU negotiated sr Arwardai tor ewieiife. BaaUng and Kxehange •ueincst of ever/ deeariptien traasasled witkia the Omms< UslHd Kingdom and abroad. Currant accounts spaaed. Interact pai4 M Cie4 4epaefts. I IMtmh aade againab approved securiHoi.' SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT 4} Vl«l«rlaii Oentrat CHIteei *17 MUINIITMIT, MILMURN1 ' IriMhit In the atove eltlai ftnd 1,000 AfaneiH at Psat OScee tlraagboat Ike Cemaeawealtk. from 1/- t« HOd> Intcrtat at 9% p«r annum. SogWtle Of Withdrawals tnaj be made at aoj Branch or Agency wlfrfais the Caameawsaltfc SttM titLL Svm OOTXIXOI....

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Weather for 1914. PREDICTIONS OF MR. GIDDINGS. A LONG LOOK AHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 April 1914

I Weather for 1914. PREDICTIONS OF MR. GIDDINGS. A LONG LOOK A MB AD. . • In a weather chart compiled by Mr. J. H|»rcourt.Giddin«s, of Adelaide, the author deals with the possible chinces of rain and varying ■ weather conditions for Australia during the ensuing year. The following are the predictions given :—• Squalls, rain, hail, floods, April 1—10. Little rain, April il—17. Little rain, frost, April 18—25. Little or no rain, frost, April 26—May 3. Little rain, fro.-t, >Jay 4—10. -Wind, little rain, May 11—17. Wind, little rain, M^y 18- 25. Some cold showers. May 26—June 2. Little rain, frost, Juno'8—8. Some heavy showers, June 9—}(}. Little rain, frost, .June ly—24. Little rain, frost, June 25—30. Stormy, rain, snow,. July 1—§. „ Little rain, frost, July 9—13. I Fine and frosty, July lfj—23, Cold rain, July 24—31. • Wind, little rain, August 1—fl. Little or no rain, frost, August 7—14. Little or no rain, frost, August 15—21. Little or no nin, frost, August 22—28. Heavy r iin, m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 April 1914

WOLFE'S-SCHNAPPS Spells Perfection in Liquor. It is a Popular Tonio. PUBLIC NOTICES, LOST.—Black and red waterproof buggy, rug, between Kingower and Rheola. Finder please return to J. A. CATTO, Rheola. Thanks MR. and MRS. W. G. LEIGH and FAMILY desire to tender their sin cere Thanks to Dr. G. W. Deravin, the Nurses and Friends for I he kindness and attention shown during their recent be reavement. Dancing. MISS VERA McMAHON.'S Classes will commence at the Town Mall To-Night. Children, from 7 to 8 p.m.; Adults, from S to 10 p.m. Tbe Inglewood Hospital, (Incorporated.) RECEIPTS for March:—J. E. Duagan, re G. Bartola, £3 lis Gd; John Walls, £1; Mrs P. Gillespie, 5s; Church of Eng land, Simpson's Creek, fruit and vege tables ; \V. G. Leigh, £2; F. Jewhuret-, £1; J. C. Metelmann, £1 Is; Robert Unwin, box grapes; W. Parkinson, per Mr Make peace, 2a. 0d; Mrs AVntkins. parcel journals; Presbyterian Chiirch,-fruit and vegetables; J. Walters. Railway Hotel, rabbits and liaros,; .7 - H. Staffo...

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Accident Pay. RAISE PRETENCES ALLEGED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 April 1914

Accident Pay. if A LSE P RTCTEM CES A L LEG Q D. A young win, Simuel Sheets, wns charged ftt the Hontli^o Court nn Monday with having obtained £0 (is 8d from the Bendiyo hianch of the Amalgamated Mining Km ployees' Association by means of filso pretences. Mr. S. It. Balmer prosecuted on behalf of thu association, and accused was represented by Mr. Luke Muiphy. Tlio evidence was to the etl'ect that licensed liuil formerly been a steward of (he branch, and also a member of tlio committee. Un til lecently stewards had power to declare members on or oil' the funds, and to re .vcciie accident pay on behalf of such meni beis,.- . Accused, it was alloyed, had handed declarations representing that a miner named Power had met with an accident. ■Ihi) mohoy was pissed for payment, and ■ Riven to accused on behalf of Power. It *y»h subsequently ascertained that Power had not met with an acoident, and that ho had not received any accident pay. The amount was paid to accused in three instal ments...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 April 1914

A Dyspeptic's Life Saved. Severe ,Pain and Sickness for Many Years ■' Cured by a Simple Anta:id. Neighbours said He was a Dyini; 5Inu. Chronic iudi^estion and sickness after food and severe pains were all quickly cured by a veiy simple remedy in thu case of Mr It. Savignii, 11 Gloucester Stieet, Bamavltown, Newport, Mori. In a letter referring to her husband's illness, Mrs. Savigan writes "Ho did not know what it WH3 to eat a meal without it coining b'ick," which appeals to hive been his con dition for a considerable time, until liis wife, while reading n ladies' paper, saw ordinary bisurated magnesia recommended for indigestion, and obtained a small quan tity so that her husband might try it. A foty doses gave Sir Savigan great relief, and before he lud finished the first supply the trouble was practically cured. To use Mis S.ivigan's own wotd.1: "He can eat his fond and is looking splendid, and can do liis wiirk ; in fact, all the people about here look it him, for they said lie w...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Cheap Silk Swindle. PRODUCTIVE ADVERTISING. AUTHOR SENT TO GAOL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 April 1914

Cbeap Silk Swindle. )■ - productive advertising. .• ' author sent to gaol. Sydney, Monday.—Edwin Percy Liddle, . who had (men convicted on a charge of ob taining money hy means of false pretences, was called upon for sentence before Judge Murray at the Quarter Sessions to day. Kvidonce was given at the trial to the effect that Liddle, by representing, in an *dv.v tisement published throughout the Com monwealth, with the exception of New South Wales, that he would sell tun yards of silk for 2s Cd, obtained a large number nf postal uotes, money orders, and stamps, but it was maintained that he did not in tend to carry out his part of the agreement. Mj. Teece, who appeared for Liddle, naked that ho be dealt with as a first of fender, but Judge Murray said that ho could not take that course, for it would hiitig the administration of criminal law jnto contempt. He said that Liddle had carried out an ingenious, elaborate, and to a great extent, successful swindle, and fhould be dealt with...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Salisbury Land Sale. £L1 19s PER ACRE REALISED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 April 1914

Salisbury Land Sale. £L1 l»i PER ACRE REALISED. At the local sale yruds yesterday Messrs Thomas Morrow and Co. (Mr J. C.Morrow selling auctioneer) submitted to miction, under instructions from Mr A. H. McPlier son, 600 acres situated at Salisbury. The property wan sub-divided into blocks to suit purchasers, and considerable interest was taken in the sale. - The homestead block, containing 212 acres, was lirst submitted, but was passed in •it L10. ' It was again submitted later,' however, when Mr McLinden became the purchaser »t L10 10s per acre. Lot 2, containing 177 acres and adjoin ing the'proporties of Mpssj's Martin, Van ston and Gibbon, was keenly contested. Bidding started at L8, and rose quickly in 5s and 2j 6d bids to Lll. Shilling bid* carried it on finally to Lll 19s, at which figure it was knocked down to Mr M. Martin. For lot 3, 100 acres, lift ween the proper ties of Messrs Adletn and ltuddoch, com petition was also biisk, Ruddoch Bros.' offer of L9 17s 6d being tinally...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 April 1914

For CliiUlrcn's Iluckinsc Cough at 3?ig(lO Wools Qie»t Peppermint Our*.

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Licenses Reduction Board. INGLEWOOD SITTING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 April 1914

Licenses Seduction Board. •INGI.iKWO<)D SITTING. The Incenses Reduction Board onoliuied ils deprivation-.sittings) at Inglewnod on Tuesday afternoon, .iftor ha\iii<; taken evidence extending over five days. As previously slated in the "Advertiser," the board's decision in each case will lie giveu' lit the sittings of tliu board in liendigo in May. | SPUING CREKK HOTEL, KURTING.1 This case was heard on Thutsday. Mr Horan appeared for the owner. Aldis Gosling, and the licensee, Mrs K. Rickard. , Mounted-constable Bird, stationed Hfc Inglewood, deposed that the hotel w is about five miles from Inglewood, on the Wedder-1 hum road, and a little over a mile from the i Kurting station. It was a one-storey wooden structure, old, and in had reptir. It contained 10 rooms in the main building, and two detached bedrooms; In all there were six bedrooms, four of which were for public use. The premises weie fairly fur nished/and were cleanly kept. The stabling contained threo...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Prospector for Tarnagulla. RELIEVED OF PURSE. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 April 1914

Prospector for Tarnagulla, RELIEVED OF PURSE. Melbourne, Tuesday. Mau.'l Sdhy :md Doieeu Livingstone, fashionably dios3ecl women, appealed lis f jib the City Court TJencli thin moraing charged with tho larceny ot a purse eon tainiii!; L4 10s utid a laundry ticket from Kric Theodore Schweder. The ciw WM ntlj iiirnetl until Friday, bail being allowed in one surety of L50 in each case. Eric Theodoie Schweder, prospector, residing lit the Knipire Hotel, Latrolie St., said that lie was in the company of the two women l ist ni^lit, and afterwards missed his purse, which contained L4 10s in notes and gold. Hu taxed tliein with the theft. They denied it, and lie gavo them in charge. He desired to leave this week for T»rn» gulla prospecting for a "syndicate, and It would lie inconvenient to return, Mr P. J. D.vyer, P.M. ! Inconfen|(ftt nrould hardly describe the aitqatip|l at pf'0 sent. (fjiughter.)

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VICTORIA HOTEL, WEHLA. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 April 1914

victoria hotel, wehla. David Coghill, owner, and Margaret Rob inson, licensee, appeared in person. ConstahleHickey.sUtioned ivt Rheola.do posed (hut' the hotel wis it one-storey \veruherbonrd structure, consisting of 13 rooms, and thieo detached ones. In all there were nine bedrooms, six being re served for public use. The outsido of the building was in poor repair, but the inside was in fair condition. The premises were fairly well kept and well conducted. The adult population within a radius of one mile wus-20. There was 9 stole and post office in connection with the hotel. Com pared with the hotels at Kingower, Logan and Buike's Flat, he did not think as good a trade was done as at Logan and Kingower, but there was a better-trade than that done at the Burke's Flat hotol. His opinion was thit the hotel could lie spared. Ttie owner and licensee gave formal evidence, the latter stating that she had a five years' lease at 12s (id per week, with an option of buy ing at any time. Other...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 April 1914

Strikes You "at any Time. You never kno.v when or where back ache pains will strike you. The kidneyi will go wrong, unci when they do, tho Hrat winning is genet ally fjuough the back. Neglect means many, serious ills; it's ooly a step from common backache to iheumatlc pains, urinary disorders, dropsy, Bright'* disease. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills ' ' cure every ill of the kidneys and bladder. Head this testimony, it tells of n cure th»t lasted. Air George Male, Tinsmith, Brooka> '• street, Inglewood, says :—"I took Uoan'a Backache Kidney Pills for an attack of . backache, and I am pleased, to say three bottles completely cured me. Before I got these pills I suffered terribly with pains in the small of my back. When I got up in the morning I could scarcely stand, and when I bent it caused me groat agony to , get straight again. Heavy work was out of the question, but 1 can do any kind of work now, for I have not had a sign of backache since I used Doari's Bicksclie Kidney Pills. ...

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SANDHURST HOTEL, BRIDGEWATER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 April 1914

SANDHURST HOTEL, BRIDGE WATER; Mr F. Cohen appeared for the owners, Hunter Bros., unci the licensee, Thos. Peach. Senior-constable Dunn deposed tint the hotel was situated abr.ut four miles from Inglewood. It was a one-storey wooden building, containing 11 rooms in the main structure, and four detached. There were nine bedroom?, three being reserved. for family use. The front portio* of the build ing was in a a fairly good Btate of repair, but the luck portion was-nut, and the de tached rooms were aleo, poor.. The hotel was fairly well furnished and was well con ducted. The trade was chiefly a bar trade. There was stabling, and a coach house—an old building in bad repair. The sanitary •rrangements were not good. Within a •tart distance of the hotel there were three others, the f irthest away being ahout a quarter of a mile, but they were not in the Inglewood district. Of the others one was 200 yards distant, and the other 309 yards. In his opinion, the Loddon Bridge was the best of ...

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