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BRIDGE WATER. PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 April 1914

BRIDGE WATER. PRESENTATION". A few weeks ags Mr and MrsT. Findlay, of the Railway Hotel, decided to relinquish business and letire to the metropolis. They hid no trouble in disposing u[ their busi ness, the purchaser being Air. Forbes, of Sunbury. The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Findlny decided to recognise their 12 years' residence in the district by givicg thein a titting send-oti'. This took place on Tues day evening lust in the Meclmnics' Hall. The proceedings opened with ft euchre tournament, after which an excellent sup per provided by Mrs Finllay's lady friends was partaken of." Mr. William Wright, on behalf of tlio Bridgewater and district residents, then presented Mr Findlay with a well-tilled purse of sovereigns, and in doing so re feired co the sterling qualities possossed by the guests of the evening, and remarked tlut Mr and Mrs Findlay li id always been to the fore in advancing the interests of the town and district. Mr Wrighl's remarks wete suppoited by Or Bailey and Mess...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Korong Vale Sports. A SUCCESSFUL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 April 1914

Korong Vale Sports; • A SUCCESSFUL MEETING. Thoie was ;i good attendance at the sports meeting held at Korong VhIq last Wednesday. The gathering was organised by the incmbeis of the Roman Catholic Church t<> raise funds' in connection with their new church. The day was fine, the - . programme a lengthy one, nod the official* numerous and energetic : those attending consequently enjoyed a good afternoon's sport. Most of the events tilled well, so that lields ivere generally good, ;iud the finishes exciting. Towards (i o'clock light rain began to full, und it was deemed ad visable by the coiiimittee to forego a few events. The Korong Vale brass hand rendered .selections during the day, which were much appreciated. All the otticiale I did good work, and especially the secretary, Mr L\ W. Kmiiy, who carried out hii ' duties thoioughly. In the evening a con | cert and ball were held, which were welt j attended. [ The following aro the results of the principal events :— One ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 April 1914

Common wealth JgkBanU of Hustvalia ;;V HEAD OFFJOE SYDNEY AU Bftnk i^open for all oliuei of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS ftt EQUITABLE BUILDING, OOLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE a£ Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Brlibana, ilockh»mpton, TownivHle, And Londo*. ©•Uf N&lttAtOM inade to,.and drafts drawo on foreign plaoei direct. Foreign bills negotiated and oooMtad. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. Dlllc negopfated or forwarded for otUMHOtt* Banking and Exohange Business of every description transacted wfchln the Common Vetted Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Intetest prfld on flied deposit#. . f . JEVasMf Biade afatnsi approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT i VfetorlM Otntrftl Offiett StT OOLUNft ITRIIT, MliMUlKNI. ; IfeMlm in the abort cities and 2,000 Agencies at Post Offices throughout the Commonwealth. DtMelti from 1/. to £300. Intoroot at 9% per annum. BftMttte or Withdrawal* ma; be made at any Branch or Agency within the Commonwealth i...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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JARKLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 April 1914

JARKLAN. (kjiom nun coitni;.sroKiiKXT.) A pleasant evening was spent at 111.; Public Hall on Friday night, wl)en i pul< lie welcome warf accorded to two youny married couples who recently returned from their wedding trips —Mr and Mrs. A. Yinnicomhe and Mr ind Mrs G. Divis. There,ivns a good attendance of distiict residents, and the evening passsd off most enjoyably. Cr D. \V. C'oiitts ptesided, md on liehalf of those present presented each couple w ith a handsome silver tea pot. Dancing was then indulged in, Mr. Luster nuking a cipihle M.C. Furnieisare lm>y cropping on overy hand It is expscted tint this year there wilt he a huge area under cultivation. It is,'announced that it is the intention of Mr. J.'.T Old to open a general store at J.uUlan. Mr Old was previously a farmer near Dingee, lint li«.< di>po.-ed of hi* pro perly and is entering int ) liu.-iness puisuits. He has purchased three aeias of land front,-1 in« thu imin mud from Mr F. Davis, -\ fun...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 April 1914

Borough Council. Tlio fortnightly meeting was held mi , Friday evening. 1'iosi'iit—Crs. Uimthnv'. (in tliu chair), Wells, Latah, ll-im, Uoran, ! Una". romnisi'd.N-nr.N'OK. | From the lir» 11 wjiy PopnrLmcnl, itUiuiit ■ inf< t h;it l.lio maximum quantity of ivahji'j per -online, namely, ofiOO gallons, hud not j been exceeded in any instance. <>n l.lie contfiiyj it was estimated tint Lliu total (puntity of water taken by the locomotives Amounted to approximately 272,000 gallons . for November, find 04,000 gallons for December.—Ueoaivud. | From F. E. IJonui, with application by the'StUo Savings Bank-Commissioners lor written consont under the eoal of tlie coun cil to bring pHrt of the bind on ivhlcli the new S'lvinju Hank stands under the Trans fer of Lands. Act, also with a requisition by tlie Titles Office requiring council's consent to the alignment of Ch-mcury Lino and (lirooko-streDt is shown liy n plan enclosed. —The town clerk stated that tlio now hank w...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 April 1914

Dancing Miss VERA McMAIIOK. rItEAOH KB of Societyi Ball-room RU-. JL f|i\Dile, ot Ball, Fancy Step Dancing wishes to open a cIhsh in Inglewood. All" intending pupils kindly forward names to Miss M. Ai'tM.Eiiv. Torins, 30s per quarter in advance. Latest dancing taught. Advanced pupils. Per lesson arrange ments for private pupils attended to by Miss Appleby. ' , Claps also started at Bridgewat'er* if de sired. For Children's lacking Cough at Night j Woods Great Fappermiut Cure WOLFE'S-SCHNAPPS I 8pel!s Perfection in Liquor. PUBLIC NOTICES, Thanks. I WISH to lender my sincere thanlc« to the Doctor, Matron and Nurses of the Inglewood Hospital for their kind atten tion to me during my recent illness. . II. FALCONER, Poseidon. THANKS. MRS. C. A. SMELLIE and Family desireto tender their sincere thanks to their many kind friends for expressions of sympathy, letters, cards, telegrams and floral tributes during their recent sad bereavement. "Ingleville," '• ]7 Wellington Street, Geelong \Vest...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 April 1914

For Ccughe and Cold*. T*k« Woods Great Peppormint Cure

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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POMPAPIEL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 April 1914

POMPAPIEL. , r.vm ill tlio district 1ms changed Another f|Uin v I? os „f Taudavrt, h,ind3, Mesw WyiU I;'"-;of Mf ,j ,\. having I1!',' ';!. WL. shall not bo losms Stuart. ,I,n\ j' „ purchased tho adjoin Mr v- *-<» uf HHOiiotwJy. 11 " «' finc(. thB deiiTh-of I,is Having !'>«" |,o |ny in an uncim •* "JfrS be^ro being . S^l-n l.o vv,..amoved to Inglo woik1, ,i iiiminii of Serpentine, is C()nst'>bl« v '. [I, |lo h>M been re Sedft»SleV«»»tt to-Bendigo for an ' ciporation. _

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Enormous Wealth. OUR UNDEVELOPED RESOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 April 1914

Enormous Wealth. QIJR UNDKVWLOPKD KKSOURCRS. Etrly Grey was asked what lm<l impress ed him most, s:i fur, as a student (if the Empire in his journeys through the Com monwealth. "Wherever I lmve been," l># replind, "in Westorn Australia, South Australia, Victoria md New Zealand—what has im pressed mo most is the enormous wealth waiting for development by primary pro ducors. Let me give you only one instance of this. I made a tour of inspection of 1400,000 aero*, winch are befog irritfutod by the Goulhurn irrigation scheme in Victoria. There hard-working fruitgrowers had realised profits which beyond any question of doubt are so gt eat tlUt if their fruit lands could bo ofl'eied to the public as mining shares there would be a universal seramhlo for their possession. I hope to lean) something during my »tiy in New South Wales about the agiieultuial possibilities of the State ;,)lso. Hub eveiythiug that I have seen and been told in Austi^li i con vinces me that thp example...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Presbyterian Church. INDUCTION AND ORDINATION OF REV. A. L. G. ASH; M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 April 1914

Presbyterian Church. INDUCTION AND ORDINATrON OK UKV. A. L. G. ASIIf M.A. , A ceremony, of grout interest to Presby. toiiaiis in tho rni;li)ivo()d cluryo was por formed on Thuirfdiy, when the l?-:v. A. L. G. Ash, M.A., was formally iiuiti-.'lud as ponnanunt minister. For somo time, sinoo the Kev. li.'W: Rennison, nfter many years of ablu. and faithful norvice, wis forced (• resigu through ill-health, mutters in con-' nection with the church have been in a somewhat unsettled state, and it is a matter for congratulation foy members tint affairs have now baen patisfactorily arranged by the acceptance of so efficient « pistor as tho Rev. Mr Ash has proved himsolf to bo. ' The appointment, has infused a considerable amount of enthusiasm into church doings, and a progressive future is anticipated. Tho ceremony was witnessed by a crowded congregation, comprising members of other donomiiutions and Presbyterians from all portions of the charge. , | Duiing tho afternoon a meeting of tho Presb...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Cycling and Motoring Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 April 1914

Cycling and Motoring Notes. The Dunlop Rubber Co. is in recelpfcofa cablegram fioin Now Zealand stilting that the Tirnaru Cycling Club has succeeded in coveting 100 miles in connection with the Dunlop relay teams competition in the smai t time of 4 hours 30 minutes 50 2 6 seconds. This performance places the Tiaiiru team socotid in the competition and robs the Ninth Suburban Club, Perth, of second place, they now falling hack into third position. Another good run last week w.is th it of the Yiirrmn Club (Vic), their team registeitng -Hits :!7mins 10.»eos for the "Century." The leading toim in the test is tint of the Coburg CyoliriJ Club, being 4 liouts 23 minutes .I.'} 3 5 seconds. As the last month .of Ihis interesting competition has now been entered upon there will he keen rivalry during the next few weeks to decided which club teinis are going to win the three valuible phced pii/.js of L10<), L50 and L20. 'I'll# special prim of LW, to be iiwiirdeil the tider who estib...

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FINAL DRAW. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 April 1914

FINAL DRAW. . The following are the final dr-uv's for the matches. The time allowed fur completion of the ti'iuiiHinontison or lieforo the 25tli inst, on which 'l ite the locil golf soison will open ' Mixbd Dounr.Ks. 1. W. Jj.imont and M.iss Bailey, i hyo. v 2. It. Smith and Miss Smith \ Di. Uera vinand Miss Tayeom. • "" 3." A. 11.' McPherson and MRs Boston v A. Ooutts and .Miss Jennings. 4. .J. B. Sutheiland-and Miss M. Hum phrey v W-. Tntchell-and Miss-O. Hum phrey. Srmi-Fi.vXl. The winners of No. 15 play No. 1 pair ; winners of ,No. 2 play winners of No. 4. MEN'S SINGLES. 1. Knihury v Owen. 2. (Jaineron vrGladman. ! !i. A. Smah'v Deravin. ■ / 4. Taysom r R. Smith. ; Skju-Ki.val. . Winner of No. 1 v winner of'No. 4 ; winner of.No. 2 v winner of I^o. ,!j.. _ • MEN'S DOUBLES,, 1. Ijiinont and Tiysonii » bye. 2. Deravin and-Wriaht, -i hye." 3. Johns and H'ii»ht v-".Gladman and Smith.. _ . , , ■ • ... .; 4. Coutts and Smith., v. 1'irker and Sutherland. - - ' - Shmi-Finai./ ' ' Lunont'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 April 1914

■11 —■ 5 A Dyspeptic's Life Saved. Severe P»in ami Sickness for Many . C'uied l»y h Simplu Antacid. Neighbours said He was ft Uyiny Mm. Chmnie indigestion and sickness after food and seyerp pains were all i|uickly cm-wl Iiy a veiy simple remedy in the cisu nf Mr R. Savi«in, 11 Gloucester Stieet, Bu'tiai'ltovvn, Newport, Mon. in i letter referring to lier husband's illness, Airs. •Sivigan writes:—"He did not know what it was to eat a nienl without it coming back," which appears to Inve been his cnn , dition for a considerable time, until his wife, while (ending a ladies' paper, saw ordinary hisurated iiii»nesm lecoinmended for indigestion, and obtained a sma'l-<)■ n tity so tliat Iter husband might try it. A few doses gavo Mr Suvigan <<rent relief, and before he had finished the fust sumilv the trouble was practically cured. To use Mis •Sivigan's own words : "He cm cut his food and is looking splendid, and can do big work ; in fltct, nil the peoplo ab...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 April 1914

r . 7 .. . > - 1 •AUE8 BY AUCTION. ' Thomas Morrow & Co, Auctioneers, J STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, Jnglewood and Bendigo, WITH ■Branches at Charlton, Wyche proof, Boort, Logan, Newstead Pyalona, Kilmore and Lanceneld. . ' lAHD and CLEARING SALES Condttcfedin all parts of the State. Loans negotiated on broad acrcB at low rate» Rf.prf.8knt s— DalgetyandCo Limited. Pearson, Rowe, Smith and Co. T. Robinson and Co, Propty, Ltd. Wischer and Co, Superphosphates. Sh«ep UridCattloTrucks promptly secured and loaded. Sales of Stock J Wtnfeii bald on the following datea:- | WTCHKPBOO*, Toaaday, APRIL .7! CHARLTON WedneMAT, APRIL 8 QVAMBATOOK Thursday, APRIL 9 SOOBT- ... .Friday APRIL,10 Andcvery succeeding Fobthioht a) I each of above places. - Inglewood Market. 1HURSDAY. APRIL 30. THOMAS MORROW ana CO. announce that they will hold, their usual sale M above,- at their yards, on the above 4ate, when they will offer— Sheep, Oattle, &c. Logan Stock Sale TUESDAY, APRIL 2&l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 April 1914

Advertise Your District!, TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. ]f you wish your district to gain proin iaencOi do not keop the knowledge of local Imppeuings to yours^f. If you wish even to in which you are lntcreatid to b« wade public, just d»op a line to "The Advertiser." oflice in time to allow of arrangement)! being made lor a reporter to attend, or, failing that, try your own hand at reporting. Don't bother to »nyi grant extent about the composition of articles; just write fully and clearly—the editor will do the rest. Weddings, deaths, accidents, concerts;, «porta, social gatherings and personal) paragraphs are all of interest to your nwffhbore, and by drawing public atten tion to your district you are doing a good work. That thorp is. reason for this remindar it not our fault. We have, nnfortunatoly, no miraculous power of knowing what is happening in all the area served by this journal, but are desirous, with yorir co opernti.on, of lessening our limitations. Write the names of person...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Eaglewood Advertiser, TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 April 1914

Inglefoflofc fybiwimx, TUESDAY. APKITj 7. 1014. As i? our usual custom, in order that tliu stiitt' mny patticipito in life E islet holidays, thore will. be no issue of; "The Advertiser" on Tuesday next, 14 th inst.. Tho secretory of the Tngluwond Hospi tal ,/Mr. S:imuol Deeble), acknowledges with thinks the receipt of the folbiwing: Rabbits and hares from Mr WUteis, Ituil w»y Hotel.; /.'12 4s from collections by Messrs S. Synionds and H. Taysom ; £21 is 6d from collections by Messrs H. uaysom ind.Arthur Nixon. Mr# Edwards and fi'mily,. who lnvebeen residents of Wedderburn Junction for many years (the late Mr Juo. Kd wards being one of the earliest settlers), wero entertained by their neighbors and friends on Thursday night, on the eve of their departure fiom that place. The enthusiasm displayed by the large and lepresentative gathering was ample testimony of the district people's feeling towards the Edwards family. Mr VY.Tonkin, senr, was the light man in the right place as chairman...

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Church Notices. ANGLICAN. HOLY WEEK. INGLEWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 April 1914

Church Notices. ANGLICAN. l-IOLY WEEK. INGLEWpOD. Tuesday—.7.30 a.m., II.C. .1 i 7.30 p.m.,..Lantern sorj-ice in., ; the Sunday school. Wednesday—7.30 p ra , Evensong, Thursday—7.30 a.m., H.C., 7.30 p.m., Evensong. Good Friday—7.30 a.m., II.C. 11 a.m., Matting. . 7.30 p.m., Evensong. •. BIUDGEWATER. Good Friday—3 p.m., II.C. Ali services by the Vicar. .! POWLEtT. Good Friday—3.p.m., Evensong. KORONG VALE. • Good Fridaj—7.30 p.m., Evensong. .. All •irviaes' by Mr. Walter Walter?.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 April 1914

Never Neglect Backache. Do not neglect the wartiini!message tlie buck that aches."-.Iiackache is a sign Hut your kidneys ,ira weak, and not able ta properly cirry out their work of lilteiiii" the blood; then look after your kidne.ys at the liist! si^u of backache,", for if neglected serious tv»ul>le will follow—rheumatic; |Min8, urinai y disorder, neuralgia; yruyel. ptnne, dropsy.- Take Dn.m's Backache Kidney Pills in turn: and llie cure is vimple. Mr S. Freein in,- hairdresser, -]lrnoki' Street, Innlewood, says : —"1 can stronuly recommend l)o:in's lUckuclie Kidney-fills to all who suller with the kidneys. Thev »ro ivally »ooil pills for.these organs, and I do not sneak from hearsay,- but from my own personal expeilenee. ;-J hid severe baoknShe, and less Llian oni. bottle of these pills cured imt> 1 oblainu'd llie -remedy nf Bell's fh irmncy." • Twelve years later when allied about Ills cure, Mr Kieeni m s ud lie was still abso |i|tely fieu of backache, and has been since lli...

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Loddon United Water Trust. PUBLIC MEETING AT TANDARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 April 1914

Loddon United Water Trust. PUBLIC MEETING AT TAN D AUK A. A well-attended adjourned meetm* of . 'i.Ws of tlie Tandnrra district was .hold J' (fTaiidavra Hull on Saturday evenin« Lh0 |;',t|ie oiler nude by the Wutrr lo cons iluit in consideration %ktk«• >■«, <* ^ !'' Vlmvneis interested, the commission. 11V 1-i- ilie necessary steps to have an W" ,.*ci*ed fi«»" tliu r'"c,cl("1 \v 'uii;s Trust District, winch means ,i m io | ui.lowiKTS inteiested would have ;r , ; water rates to pay on the Wad in ii,m Tiic injustice ot the case, which mis fui|y dealt with in tho "Advertiser on the occasion oi the lust mooting, rests on the fact tli'it a considerable sum hits to be twid uvoiy year asr water raUs for water Jvliich is never delivered, and which it would be impossible to deliver. Thoprusi dent »"d sccictaiy »"d ongineur of the shire of East Lodtton (Cr. Uissett and Mr C. E. Albiccbt) ciime over specially from S'jrpintine l" P'e'cnt ,it the meeting. Or. Bissctt occupied the c...

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SIMPSON'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 April 1914

SIMPSON S CHEEK. (l'rnm our C'oi'icspoii.lfiil.) The tinal, and m. the simc time the must; even and exeiiing cricket mat eh (if l lie year was play»d mi llii; A: nol.l 1:1 mind on Situi" day last. It between thos-; two great I iviils-—Rheola,Mid Arnold. Kicliteam li.nl nmi tun funics apiece, mil 1 ho lesult of this match ivmiM p!,.ce tlie 1111>1 km in the 'hands (.f the winning team. ICach oluli had its veiy host, loam mi the tic-Id and a strong following 'if supporters. Ulieobi wnii Lliu toss, unci their captain, W. H irmeavt-s, sent, Arnold in to Int. Tln-.y made tliu pom total of 07' I tins. Theie were two ! factors at wm I; tn briny about the result. One wis that (hey weie ton anxious to scoi> runs as no less than tlireu Imlsuien were dismissed l.y the '"inn out" unite. The second and chief factor whs that the lmwlini; of the opposing team was much above the average, .1. lliowu especially lining well nigh unplayable. The old vete rans of the game who were present said that...

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