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Simpson's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 April 1914
Simpson's Creek. (FROM Ol'lt COIlHKSI'ONnKNT.) Thfi cricket match fur a dinner between Arnold and Simpson's Crenk took plica nn tlio Arnold ground nn S'ntiudiy l ist. It % was quite a fute day in Arnold, the cio«d moving about nnd tliu number of vehicles present yrviiit* it tliu appearance of a spuria Kathoiing. Both ctul>rf liad their very boat teams out. Arnold weie hindictpped slightly in tint II. .Stark, though playing, was :i trifle iudiposed. .Simp«nV Creok won lather easily, and they wore hot favor ites with tlieciowd from the start. Though the better team undoubtedly won, tlu-y are not quite so much superior as the margin ivould indicrte. Iho Simpson's Cieek lads excelled themselves, whereas the Arnold boys were disposed of at less than their real worth. The Arnold team took their defeat like the true sports they are, nnd, to quote Mr J. C. Metelmann (who presided at the dinner which was hvtd afterwards), it was impossible to tell by the look on their faces which 9ide had...
WEDDERBURN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 April 1914
WEDDERBURN DISTRICT. Licensing-inspector C.ilUndar deposed that tlie statutory number i>f residents for the distlict whs 8455, entitling it to eight licenses, whereas there were nine, An excess of one. Three of the hotels were situ-ited at Wedderhurn, two at Knrong Vale,, and one each nt the following! placesAvium Potest (I/ignit), ljo' ung, Mysia and Wyclii tella. —
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 April 1914
Druid's Gala & Austin Hospital Bazaar. . Monster Art Union. *1000 In prises £1000 In prises £1000 in Prizes. Every ticket has nn equal chance, whether presented or not. first Prize, picture value £500 • ; Second Prize, picture value £100 Third Prize, picture, value £50 The Committee has arranged for the purcb'ase'from the winner of eitherof the first three prizes at the full f^oo value. '.•"Proceeds in aid of the most "deserving Charity in the State, ! .THE AUSTIN HOSPITAL. Rome of the reasons why you should .help:— . ."plie Austin Hospital sadly needs your ., support. •.2v&lt;Tlie Austin Hospital is indispensable, and will be so long as Cancer and ad , ,, vanced Consumption are incurable. • .3.'Th'e Austin Hospital safeguards public . health by permanently segregating those who would otherwise spread ■ . infection. The Austin Hospital provides a laBt ' lefuge for the dying, and shelters ■ .those who have lost everything—hope, health, home, happiness. ' * '5. The Aus...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 April 1914
i, Advertise Your District! TO Al.I. WHOM :IT' MAY CONCERN. H you wish yo.ur'.district to gainrirom lasace, do not ke'i*> the knowledge of local happenings to youreelf. If you wish «vwita in which you»re interested to be axxk public, juef;a,-oi> a line to "The Adrwtiaer" office* in time to allow »f Mraagement8 being made - for * reporter to attend, or, failing" that, try your own band at reporting/' Don't bother to any ■reat extent about the composition of artfclee ; just write;fully and clearly—the adltor will do the rest. . , Weddings, deaths; accidents, concerts, worts, social gatherings and personal ■arwraphs are all of interest to your aeichbors, and by drawing public atten - tton to your district you are doing a good . work. That there is reason for this reminder fi not our fault. Wehave, unfortunately, to miraculous power of knowing what is fcappwiing in all the area served by this tourual, but are desirous, with your co •eperstion, of lessening our limitations. Write t...
The Inglewood Advertiser, FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 April 1914
iityUfawofr FRIDAY, APRIL 3. 19U. The secretary of the Inglewood Hnspi-j, til (Mr. Samuel Deuble). acknowledge- , with thanks the receipt of the following:— ] £1 from Mr T. Nelson, collected by Messrs Hum and Porter ; £10 la from in-patients; , 14a from out-patients ; L8 4$ ti;l from cm- , , lections, by Messrs Mikepesco and K i Uoc/if-stei:.; £1 fr°i» Mr Jeremiah Aciljr. , Powlelt. At the close of the sittings of the Licen- i sin" Reduction Board oil Tuesday, the I chairman(Mr Barr) took the opportunity 1 to tlunk the licensing inspector, MrCallan- i der, who is also Superintendent of 1 olice for the Maryborough District, for the ma terial assistance he and his officirs had given the Board. It wis very satisfactory to see i the zeil Superintendent Callander always displayed in the conduct of his cases, lie desired ho would convey to his officers the thanks of the Bo\rd. In acknowledg ing the thanks of the chairman, Superin tendent Callandar said that on the 17th of next month he wo...
Marong Races. FINE RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 April 1914
Marong Races. FINK RACING. An interesting progrtinnie of six events whs provided by the Marong Bacing Club oil Wednesday on its well-appointed course, and tlie attendance was very large, the re ceipts nfc tlie gates amounting to about LI 10. The fields on the whole were satis factoiy, 40 horses participating in the six races. Four first favorites were successful, and as the other winners were well sup ported backet s h id the better of the ex changes with the book-makers. Racing opened with the Tiial Handicap, in which seven went to the post. Wee Jean, on the strength of het easy victory at Wedderburn last week, was made a warm favorite, but Trantanrama (who made the journey from Melbourne), Expett, Pine Hill and Stjlla Gay a'so found suppoit. Stella Guy and Expert jumped out in front, with Wee Jean lying handy. After negotiating the home turn the favoiite assumed the lend, and won comfortably. Only three hoises' started in th". Marong Handicap, the pre sence of Mr 0. T. VVills's te...
WILDING BEATS BROOKES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 April 1914
WILDING BEATS BROOKES. ' A. F. Wildin", the famous New Ze;iiand ' lawn tennis -champion, and N. Brookes, ' the equally celebrated Austialian player, opposed oaoh other on Monday in the tiii'i! 1 of th« open singles at Cannes, London. •Vilding won the tirst set at 0—4. Brookes hid a lie-ivy fall in this set, and thereaftei ■ lie lacked accuracy. Wilding took the next two sots, and the match at 0—2 and 0—1.
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 April 1914
PRESBYTERIAN. I Tim induction of the Rev. A. L. G. Asln , M.A., to tlie Inglewood chaise took place at the Presbyterian Church Inst evening,. [ when there wan a large congregation. A ( welcome social was held nfterw.ir.ds at -the ^uivn Hall, at which there was a good at-J .tendance. A report will appmr in our, next issue. ' I
Church Notes. ANGLICAN. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 April 1914
Church Notes. ANGLICAN. Sunday next being Palm .Sunday or the first day nf Holy Week, tho services at, St. | [Augustine's will bo of special Lenten character, and "The Cross," by Winches-1 ter, will be sung at evensong. ' I The congregations at Poivlctt Plains and Korur.g Vale liuve now provided a horse imd gig for tho use of of tho curate, nnd the congregation at Kingower liavo ra- . sponded to an effort of collecting m tde by Mrs J. Gillespie so generously tlut it has been possible to purchase an organ for the Kingower church, which will bu dedicated by the vicar on Easter Sundiy. [
SPORTING. TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 April 1914
SPORTINQ. O ■■ TEMHS. The following tournninent rmtchea hive been played :— -• Men's Si.n'oi.es. R. Smith, owe 15, heat Laniont, owe. 30, , 4—fi, 6-4, 0-2. , Taysnni, owe 3 C of 15, boat McPheraon, scr, 5—6, C—5', 6—3. i Men's Douiit.K.s. ' . L\mniit and 1'uysom, owe 15 and 8-G, beat A. B. Sutherland nftid Cameron, owe j 15 and 3-6, 0—2, 0—5.
Bear's Lagoon Mechanics' Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 April 1914
Bear's Lagoon Mechanics' Institute. Our Bear's Lagoon correspondent Blip plies us with the followingndditional par ticulars concerning the opening of the new Mechanics' Institute, which took place on the 25th ult:— The Ladies' Guild deserves great credit for the work it has done. The ladies have been busily working for months past, and the appearance of their stalls spoke vol umes for their efforts. The gentlemen assisted with gun shoots, etc , to swell the funds. Mesdames Ball, Mossop and \dam had charge of the white work stall, Mesdames Fyfe and Tracoy the fancy goods, Misses Ruby Ball and Vera Fyfe the dips. Miss Bailey the china andglass ware, Misses Bene Traceyand N. Adams, fruit and lollies; Misses Myrtle Stone and E. Lea, po3t carda, and Mr. C. Dutton the produce stall. Mr, Dutton also at the close of the bazaar sold the goods remaining by auction, and as usual made a good auctioneer. The tea rooms were run by MesdameH Weekp, Palmer, Twigg, Heaton, Palmer, Hopkins and Brani l...
WEHLA. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 April 1914
WEHLA. (From our Correspondent.) I am pleased to state that Robinson &nbsp; Bros, who have taken up the Golden Gate mine at Wehla, will send about 5 tons to Wedderburn and we wish them every suc- &nbsp; cess. The Government would help us &nbsp; along by purchasing both of the batteries now at Whela and arranging a Government battery for this district, but as it happens the plant and machinery will go cheap. It takes a plant worth £1200 before the Go vernment will act. &nbsp; On Friday we had a heavy rain storm accompanied by hail stones. It only lasted ten minutes, but in that time 50 &nbsp; points fell. &nbsp; Accounts have been passed by the &nbsp; Golden Gate G.M. Co. amounting to 17s 6d in the pound to all workers, including) tributors. The legal manager affords in formation as follows:- "Wages sheet, £232 8s 5d. This is an accumulation of a great many wages which we paid, and the company had no money to meet. The cheques w...
TENNIS. TOURNAMENT MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 April 1914
TEMNIS. TOURNAMENT MATCHES. The following additional matchcs have hoen played :— Men's .Vingt.k.h. Owen, owe J 5, heat Biiley, scr, 6—1, G—'». - Gludinnn, owe 15, heat Slnvin, acr, 0—5, fi—1. A. Smith, owe 1 "i, beat A. Wright, owe 15, &lt;5—1, 0—1.
SPORTING GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 April 1914
SPORTING — 0 —— GOLF. Tlio annual meeting of the Inglewood Golf Cliib wis held ut the Mechanics' Iosti: tuto on Friday night, the president, Mr J. C. Morrow, presiding over hh attendance of 17 membeis. The president thanked the members fur the courtesy shown him dur ing his term of office, and said the first duty was to elect his successor. On the motion of Messrs H. Tiiysnm mid G. Nixon, Mr Morrow was re-elected president. Tho following oflice-bu-uers were also elected :— Vice-prtsidents, Dr Deruvin iind Mr S. F; Didditms ; secretary and treasure!, Mr W. Lament; Udies' committee. Mis A. Jen nings, Mrs Morrow, Miss Cavnna»h and Miss Southey ; gentlemen's committee, Messrs W. Tatchell, jun., J. M. Davles, F. K. Jennini;!) and R. Smith ; match com mittee and handicappers, .Messrs f I. Wrfght, W. Lnmont and Dr Deruvin ; cap tain, Dr Deruvin. Tho subscriptions were fixed at—Gentlemen, IDs; ladies, 7s 6d ; two or more ladies in one family, us eachs boys under 10, 10s. It was reported tha...
Modernising Jerusalem. ELECTRIC TRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 April 1914
Modernising Jerusalem. ELECTRIC TRAMS. Very shortly the snored streets of the Holy. City will hum with the noise of the electriccars, anil its more important thor «iigl)f,ives will he illuminated nt night with the l|iilliint electric filament. Its old pic turesque walls and massive towers are to he pulled down, and the city is to have an adequate water supply. The rapidity with which Jerusalem is ex tending through the return of the Jews in such laBt numbers to the city of their fore fathers has rendered these improvements nec'lis'saiy. Indeed, to the nuith and west df the old city there have sprung up within the large decade large Jewish colonies, po pulous residential sections, as well as con vents, hospices, institutions, schools iind other buildings, with the result that to-day there' is a greater Jerusalem without the wallS'tlmn within. Four separate tramway routes .are"to be laid down. They will all start from, the Jaffa Git •, the principal entrance into the city, and run out...
DERBY. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 April 1914
derby. A coiici'ifc in aid of the school funds wm held on Wednesday evening, Mr Martin Oleeson.being in the chair. A li(?ht'dii«:l iag win that set in at about 7 o'clock de barred people living iit a distance from attending, hut. tlio local residents turned out splendidly.. The programme, with the exception of one item, the Highland Fling, ulily given ';y Miss Williams, of Derby, was rendered by performers from Bendigo, under the leadership of Mr. 15. JJurUml. 1'Jjo performers were Mrs U. Uurland, Misses Roach and Cawsey, Messrs It. livr. land, A, Farmer, H. Biiinacombe and K. Ilockinir. The concert was an excellent one. Every item wa« splendidly given, and tlio singinsand dancing were of a very high order. The humorous items by tho gentlemen combined, and by Mr Burlund, were enthusiastic illy received, and pro vided.'^ vast amount of delight. Mr. IJnrland's creations and display of wit were" very good indeed. At the conclusion a hcai ty::.votc of. thanks was accorded the performers...
MARONG. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 April 1914
MARONG. A most. inipresMve service was held at Holy Trinity Church of Knuland, Mivrong, on Thuislay uvoniii(f, when the Lord Bishop uf Bendiyo administered the lite of conCirnat.imi to 17 candidates from Derby, ftlyer'ti Creel: and Marong. The candi dates weru presented by Mr li. lirnwr, who is in charge of the Anglican Church in the districts named. The Bishop, in well chosen words, delivered :in earnest address on Iho subject of "Coulirination," empha sising the necessity of those >yho were about to take or had taken upon themselves the vows inadu for them in baptism, entirely surrendering themselves to God, and allow, iny their lives to be absolutely led, directed find controlled, by the Holy Spirit. Ho also exhorted all to lii) regular in prayer, in tho reading of God's word, in working for Christ, r.nd in partaking of the Lord's supper. . I
Approaching Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 April 1914
Approaching Sales. : Apjil 28 — L"K«ii stock sale.—Tlionms - Morrow and Co., iiictionci'i.s. Apiil !i0.—Iiiyluuood>tncu -Tlionms Mimow mid Co., uiehoiieois. ... A pi il 8.— Snle of cottage, household fuinituro ah.1 olTct'lti lit Sullivan street, on behalf of Mis Blake— Thomati .Mornnv and Co, auctioneers. April 9.—Clu'irin" snle of hoi-Hoe, sheep, . i fiuui plant-, grain, sundries ind «tc , Newtiridt;o, on belnlf of Mes.ns E. A. mid \V. liougliis.—J. TI. Lienlir.p and Co., iiuctioneer.-i. April 22.—Snle of 10 acreH freehold ■---- lniid,,7-roomed cottage and furniture, ; etc, at Rheola, on behalf ot Mr. .. . Howell Yorntli. -Thorr.aa Morrow and Oq., auctioneers, .