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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS. [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 June 1914

POSTAL RATE8 AND RECULATTfllft [Wliera the terra "Tho Couunon. wealth" is used in connection with tfcose rates ami regulation* it includog Pr.pua Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Iil&ndi LKTl'KItS. .For every 1 ounce or fraction thoroof J t'(jr delivery within tie OomziMm~ ' J wealth .. Q . For delivery in tio British Km piro .« j i For delivery in the New Hobr&t^ BrviikB, end Torroq T»laniU *ji£t •' For delivery in other £}acM „. '*,> 0 L LETITSK GASUJg. For deli verv within tbaCugas siuyje, id. <-^i Mdn For doli vecjy m tjw f list of platen gle. Id. each. For delivery in ljmm H and Torre# lilUfli M^SJ For delivery in OOHr ffaaaa— Maak* ''}d. each. ~ ' POST CABOS. Jingle Poctoarda inim i—il >■»* Id. 6-tn.rap, and U»ftj « clOTJ0)e t^T each half of nfewh baa 9a 14. iinpreased t&ereog^ I0*f^tieftog»||5fi2j to those plaoea, «Mnefi<«d *4*r "Letters," to whicil laMfeat ifayfi| transmitted at the rata of 14. jjkr jij^ 'Jlicso cards ma» also...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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MINING. RUSH AT KINGOWNER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 June 1914

MINING. RL'.S 11 AT KINV.OWKii. AKont.inn •iL'ijn l«ivu ditvcli'i! In ( Kingmw field In* ■'» mhI'iicc rush whiuli In* taken plurt'. On KiMny 1>M. M» .1 I'.ki.vd, i f .^iiiijuMii'^ Cfi'i-', [lii-Ut.'M up (wiiii'-i nnr --jn-ndi'iu) »t 1 hi* muuli of llu* t."»vn fonii' m>u!| -pfus, nlntub 4 in all, mid tin Nilunliiy It" wh-Iilm! smT.u'-.', liiu.- ynl I. Ninvs jnr tlii* (hut Hpi-i'ful :m.l mi Sstluuluv 'ii rut»h sUuUnl. An luvsi-uf. 100 | elHiinshiiwi 1km;iijii'pfM-'ilnilt,. Astliiitinrl win ititnv i*roii!nl impt's that it; will turn out wi*U jure eutcrl.'iiiK'd.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Farming by Explosives. DEMONSTRATION AT STRATHFIELDSAYE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 June 1914

Farming by Explosives. DRMON.STR AT[()N AT STRATII J'lKLUSAYlv ' ' •V de'ninn.M ration in the handling. and use of nxplosiresin. agriculture was giren by 51*11. il. Reiishaw (of .Messrs Dilgety and Uo.) oil Thursday, on the property of Mr T. Somerriile, jiiri., at htratlilields'iye. Till) JJobel Glasgow method was adopted, >inrl tile doiimn.-tr.itimi, which comprised Uiulibine, :fellii)U. .-ami ctiltiv.itian, mis aii'ingcd by/Mr S. A. Cock, of the Deport* inunb.br .lyriciiliuiu. Tho opportunity was 'trailed of by innst of the district fai-mars, who expressed much satisfaction with, the methods employed uiid tile worl; donrv Tho essential requisites are explosive.! (either celi'initi! -or monnbel,). detonators, ftisu and nippers and thesu are for the clearing of average-sized trees and cultiva tion. If Lho trees are of. very large pro portions an ulectne hring apparatus is ' required. : UMie lirst demonstration w-as given of Subsoiliug in the orchard and the spot chosen was land l...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 June 1914

COMMERCIAL UNION f~irez insurance: co. fire- til hi rem re (Houses, llaytftackg ami .Standing Crops) J Arc slock 1'ittl Tl.ixkx At Lowest Rates. Agaot lor Iuglewow] ami District— F. H. SYMONBS, Bronke-street, Inylewond Agent for— Mitchell & Co's. Agricultural Implements, Ploughs, Drills, Harvesters, Harrows, Disc Cultivators, Reaper* unci Hinders, ! Mowers, Hay Kakes, Oil Engines, i)ial>olo | Cream Seuarators, Milking Machines, lioncl' Graders, l'arni I: < j 11 c r=, iioad Rollers, Chafiiutters. Ilurseworks. ai>« agknt koi; Mutual Life & Citizen's Life I Assurance Co. 1 MQTORS—^^. AND I CYCLES.! THE inglewood MOTOR GAR7IGE Specialises in all classes of Engineering. Motor Electrical Mechanical. Cars for Hire at All Hours. tn the char-re of competent drivers Sote tukse Special Fkati'p.ks : Plant is right l"p-to-date. All'Work "undertaken and satis faction guaranteed. All Lathe Work is done on the premises at a moment's notice, thus savin}: patrons much...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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POMPAPIEL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 June 1914

i POfirJPAPIEL. I On Ki i'l'iv i;vi;iiiiiy t Ik-.School Commit lee 2'insistiiit: of Aics^is lj. McfirHlli, U, [)' Jlrool;, \V. DiiviilMin, \V. J. Chile und Miwl'imrs D.nidsnn anil iVlcGiith, met «t I Iil' .^olion] i,o, i|)|i(iiiib odiums fur t In; i'nsuin„ tlin-'i' yoitis. .Mi- McGi-iith presided and Mr ivas appointed chairman, ith Mis Unviil.s'in Lii'f-iiiur and .Mia AlcGrntli corivspomUinl.. 'I'llti uiiiiimiUuu abroad to provide inn siriiifis fur tliu school children All a^i'iiud In In: in aUoiidanci) on Arbor I '-ly iiml lliu Indies pionused to provide afti'iiioiui tin.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Inglewood Advertiser. TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 June 1914

Turcsu.r v. .n'NK 2. j:>i i. Mr J. Tii'i<U\ of YVt'.lil(ubiir;i. lins Won fnrtho i - Iiv 11 • A's5i»inl»|y tOiujinniiu of Kni-ni)^, in; plnce nf tlii: lain Ah' .1. I!. Gray. Tlii! I'mlilio Works Department. Invn ll'Cnllllllelldl'd fill- aiX'l'p IllllV till! tlMlllel nf A. V. l'nysur, of Ir.uli'iviind. at. £'117 ■!••< 111, fur U'p.ihs, S:c, In l Iil- Kimjoiver -Sl.il-. school. Mi-0. .1. Aiisett, of Voidim-stvect. had :i fmliniTiti* oscape frmii lmvitii; his house destroyed liy fill' I.ist. week. Ashes taken finm ii fin'. h.-id lieen |il.iceil in what. wis thought, to he n safe i eoeptmlo, hut. tvi-ru fanned liy tlii! wind into a lilnzn. A slied, ill which half-a-lon of licnzino w is sloied, caught, mid tlii! tirt was isi-ttiiiL' ii U'"nd linld when Mr Ansuu's son gave till! alarm. When checked, tlio II iiiius iwu licking the ciscs iMiit lining' thu benzine. What, would li.ivu result I'd if this h id exploded is a mutter Inr thu imagiin! inn. A surpuso awaited...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 June 1914

Advertise Your District! TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. 11 you wish your district to gain prom inence, <lo not ken* the knowledge of local happenings to yourself. Itvyou wish •vents in which you are interested to be ■■ade public, just d/op a line to "The Advertiser" office iu timp to allow of arrangements being made '.Ota rej»ortcr t* attend, or, failing that, try your own kind at roporting. Don't bother to any pent extent about the composition of •nicies; just write fully and clearly—the srfitor will do the reBt. W'eddingB, deaths, accidents, concerts, iporte, social Buiherings and personal , l>ar#Krapbs are all of interest to your asijthbors, and.by drawing public!. atten tion to your district vou are doing a good n»rk. That there is reason for this reminder ii not our fault. We have, unfortunately, 1 ■o miraculous power of knowing what is happening in all the area served by this jcurnal, but are desirous, with your co operation, of lessening our limitations. TS'rile th...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Durham Ox Railway. REPORT TO PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 June 1914

Durham Ox Railway. UKL'OUT TO l'ARUAMKNT. Mr K. K. Y.-ncnp, ^tiiiiMul secretary of till! liemliuo ('liainlifr nf Omnmcrce, Iiis ri'CLMvtil tin? Iiilliitvini: li Ui.'i fi*<nil Me 'I'. (iilolii ist, socroliiiy (if I In: i'ltrli'ininntarv .St.'iiKliii" Ciiiiiinittou 'III Jiailiviy.i ll.ivo till) Iloniii- liy (Iiri;ct.i<ill nf tIn: I'arliu miMitary .StHiidins; <_'« u m in it Lee mi l!-iiliv;ivs l/i .ickn'iwli'ilu'u tin: receipt, ilirnii^li .Mr A. Micks, jM.L I.!., nf ynnr li-lter nf • liu in.-t., Iisliinu when tlit) rc|init. nf tin; enni | mitten mi tin: |irn|ii,M-cl mihfny In Durham! Ux ivill I..: iniiilc aiaiklilo Tliu irimrt! will In: |il:icud linfnro I'ar'hinnMil, snnn after, the opuiiin;; of '.lie ses&iuii this iimn'.li." I

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Korong Electorate. PROBABLE CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 June 1914

Korong Electorate. • PROBABLE CANDIDATES, r ^ Fov the vacancy, in the representation of tlu! Korong electorate; in the''legisla tive Assembly, caused by the death of Mr. Thomas l.augdan, several gentlemen are spoken of as" being probable candi dates. Major II. 'V. Ounlcley, of St; Arnaud, -Mr. William Wallace;; -gtoclc anil stati'in agent; Hendigo, and Mr"K." Ji.jJiJ Abbott, wlm represcnte<HVthev Northern province in the Legislative AssemblyMr six years, are spoken 01. . .Near.er liome Cr.'W. Williams,..of tJbarllon^baa de claivd himself. Cr. Achilles ferity,'•■of Wedderburn, has been requisitioned; to nominate. and Mr. Alex. licit, chemist, of Inglewi.od, bus also been approached. Both .Mr Gray and Mr. Uell an: giving the matter consideration. A meeting will be held-at Wedderburn to-morrow night of the State electorate committee nt the People's Party, the re sult of which will be that nominations of candidates willing to contest the seat in the Liberal interest will be i...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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GRANDMOTHERS OF TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 June 1914

GRANDMOTHERS OF TO-DAY. Times have changed since the days • when the grandmother sat iu the chim ney corner, knitting socks and mit tens. Women who have married early in life have no more inclination for subsiding into arm-chairs and giving up all interests in life than have the young mothers themselves. The Siandmother of the present day plays golf as often as not, and, what is more, has heen kno\Vn to leave her yand daughter far behind on the links. There are artists, musicians, and writers among the grandmothers of co-day, women who are doing tliefr part of the world's work, and women who have chosen careers for them selves, while they were taking care of their own children, and who keep steadily on, with as much love in their hearts for their descendants as if their lives had been given up entirely to domestic duties pure and simple. Fifty years ago all the grandmothers, except in a few rare instances, ware fashioned after much the same type, whose outward expression was a hand ...

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ANCESTRY OF THE EX-EMPRESS EUGENIE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 June 1914

ANCESTRY OF THE EX-EMPRESS EUGENIE. Recently the ex-Empress Eugenie sent to the Glasgow Dumfriesshire So ciety a cheque for five pounds, and accompanied the gift by a letter in which she wrote that sho was united to Dumfriesshire by the most ancient ties. This is a reminder that her grandfather was a certain William Klrkpatrlck, who at one time kept a grocer's shop at Belfast. The grocer emigrated to America, prospered, and was seat to Malaga as United States Consul, where he married the eldest daughter of a Belgian named Gre vigny. A daughter of this marriage married the Marquis of Montijo, and on the death of the Marquis his widow took her daughter Eugenie on a Euro pean tour, during which the latter met Prince Louis Bonaparte, avowed herself one of his adherents, and even tually married him. Her connection with Dumfries arises from the fact that her grandfather, the Belfast grocer, was a lineal descendant of a George ICirkpatrick, who went in 1690 to Ireland from Closcburn, Dumfr...

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St. Augustine's Church. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 June 1914

St. Augustine's Church. On Wednesday night, in the schoolroom, the girls of St. Augustine's Clmrcli hold .a most successful Halo o[ gifts in aid 'of the building fund, the object being to ro-lino the schoolroom and put it in thorough order be/ore the coming jubilee celebrations of the church. The sale netted just 011 ,£13, the expenses being the moderate sum of 10s. During the evening a series of lantern views of japan wits given and explained by Mr Walters, the views being lent by Dr A. N. Wilkin s,in. Sonus n'.d "thor mvificn' ilrni', vjrc also rentier d. -hi' /or-v Ir.iir , i:icV.ar-.»jj| of the vaiio1 J H'.illf sven.1 ".irm- g' .i|/ V'il.vnio-' ieei.,an .ud ' r jH'e, ' . * IX'". a>- . S .ayr «n ; ic .on roe. At- ' >or, L. vVi1 -jn and A. Vil. jiir.'o; .eet , T\ "Unt.horpo ■ .id !,.{ v jjr. ; t .i-r ,m, li. iiillip< an . K. »' - o\v, E. dnell. i'be gah j w jnr' .ctc . under the direction of M-.'dl ! ,>nr jction with the fortheomino ji! j tl o vicar will preach...

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North-Western District Fire Brigades' Association. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 June 1914

Nort h-Western Bislrict Fire Brigades' Association. ANNUAL MEKm'G. The annual meetinj; of the aljovfi »» snciution wa« lield.it tliu .Junction Hotel Koroiiu Vale, on Tuesday uvciiins;, when the. follmvim; 1 epvi'sciuatives wmo pre stmt-:—MT. J. Bona mid C. J. Ansutt.. (liulen'otid), V. L)nye .rud F. Vernon (Kornni; Yule), A. Pratt and B. ■Twiddy (Wedderliurn), Dillon mul Ander son (\Vyclte|it'<«'f), lluvcy and White (Bir chip), and F. Cameron and S. Licy(Boort.) Captain presided. An apology for ! iion-repra.-eiiUtion tvan received from the Cli'ivltim Inijjule, and the Tarnayulla bri gade wrote expressing rwjiut th-.it it could not continue in tho association. : The balance-sheet piesented by tho as sociation secretary, Mr W. II. Appleby (fnslew'nod). showed the receipts to have been £9 0> 8.1 and the expenditure £7 2» Cd, 'a credit hilance of £118) 2d reuuiii iiii;. The balance-sheet-wis received and adopted. 1 • ELECTION; OK OKPICKRH. Tliu election of (iliicoiH for di...

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TAKING THE TIDE AT THE FLOOD [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 June 1914

FAKING THE TIDE AT THE FLOOD The itory of the life of Sir Joseph Buveen, whose.death was announced recently, roads like a romance. From • working blacksmith to a wealthy art connoisseur who gave a new picture gallery to the country of his adoption mmi a long itep; but the young Waekamith, when lit) eame to Hull from Holland, must have had in him that Id Mttiv* love for and knowledge of art Whkli are ao often aa instinct is kla MM. Aaotkvr raaarkaMa nan waa Mr. : Mm Andrawa,of Cardiff, who d!o<J aft U* am of MTMtythreo, ImtIoi a Mu* wklek la aatlmated at a «U IMS. Uaable to read or writ*, ka ■MM Mim hr hawklag plea aad t*m mm ka ktl takad klmaelf. •» torn ftnc fe» waat iato a variety ■* bataM «C •» iMt kla propertlaa cflMMai tf lw af omntbuaaa la CaiM; Vm4m. Maa cheater, PljMuaU aad VMMMMk; tramwaya la rar low VMM Mwaa, • bmllder'a boateeat <* 4MMI aaaek-baildiof factory, cab nMl fanttai^ramoTing eitabllsh sM aaiaitakarli bMlnesa, restaur aato. tfttrty aaftaa ta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 June 1914

PUBLIC NOTICES. VAT ANTED.—Good, jreneral Servant,! YY voimg or Family of f,,ur adults. Inferences. Apply—Mrs. Alltrcclil, Serpentine. hl.KCTHIC TRAM DRIVERS wanted. lit (.iitod opening for smart younjrmen. Permanent position. Good wages. Par ticulars l'rom ]J. \V. Clianning, Invtruc Dr, 211 Lydiard Street, l'allarat. Sacred Heart Convent, Inglewood. ACOl'RSK, of iiookkeepiim, Short hand and Typewriting will com inpnw oil May 20th. For tcrma, etc., apply at the Convent. Catholic Ball. fPHE Annual Catholic Ball will beheld L oil WEDNESDAY, 1st JULY, at the Town Hall, Jnalewood. F. K. HOKAN) Hon. P. JONES j Sees.. A DANCE /"ILL be lield in Messrs O'Meally Bros.' llarn, Salisbury West, oil FRIDAY, 19th JUNK. Good music. Tickets, 3s. " - FORESTERS' BALL. WEDNESDAY,' JUNE 17th, 1914. rHE Annual Foresters' Ball will.'be. hold in the Town Hull. Inglewood, 011 the above (late. I'irst-class.niusicand supper. Private cardronm. Dance com mences at 8.30 p.m. Tickets, 5s; Extra Ladv, Is 6d. •A. ...

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The Korong Vacancy. MR. A. GRAY SELECTED LIBERAL CANDIDATE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 June 1914

The Kox'6ng-^acancyv3 >.!' MR. A. GRAY .SICLKCTKD -LIRKRAL GA>"DIDATK. The electorate committees of , the Peo ple's Party and the Women's National League met at Wedderburn oil Wednes day, to consider the question of-selecting a Liberal candidate for the Korohg seat in the I.i-fiislr.tive Assembly vacant through the death of Mr T. Lanydon. Delegates were present from Charlton, Inglinvnod, Wedderhiirn, Knroiig Vale, Mvsia, and many smaller branches in the electorate. The delegations of the two organisations met separalelr. Two names were submitted for selection by each body, those of Messrs A. Gray niifl R. II. S. Abbott. The l'eople's Party had previously asked the two other an nounced candidates if they would submit their names. Major liunlcley replied "No," and Mr William Williams did not reply. He aekod the terms of "election The delegates decided, o'viajj In tho shortness o[ time, to select a candidate straight out. The choice fell unanimously on Sir Gray. What inlluenced t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 June 1914

Dyspepsia AND [COMMON ...SENSE. : The in<tu or woman who is a victim of dysp'epsia -cm't possilily enjoy anything 1 like good health. For mind , yon, when onco the stomach gets out of order, then the digestive yysteni—sfonmcli, liver and liowels—is likely tn lie aHected, and so you no from iMd'to worse. ■■■ Cnnsideied as one, (lie stomach, liver and bowels nny be i truthfully said to bo somethinu like a deli cately balanced machine. • Wlic-n a jingle p,n t of the mechanism, ' say thu stomach, yoes winnu, there: is an immediate danger tint it "ill upsur. the whole, thr:nv it1 out of order, and brin;; about a »eneial break down. ■ •To prevent or to b inish dyspepsia, you can't do liuttcr • than assist your digestive organs liy tiUinaau occasional close' of I Mother Sei^el's, Syrup,' tlm world -faiuou* herbal remedy for stomach and . liver I trouble.-,.: J.t lias been before the world, for over 40 years. Ivicli year, «hcIi week,, in fact, case* inu recorded where dyspeptics ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 June 1914

IWtfoiveriat ilrmvdy for M Cetix Ofwed J.'*i JuR«oea» I

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[?] [?]BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 June 1914

t hir Arnold corrosppndent wiitcs :— ' Tho Loddon Valloy Football Association opened its season 011 Saturday lust, when Arnold visited Lvinecooriu (hst year's preimurs). •Arnold h id their full strength j in tin) !ic:j(l yitl'. tho exception of W. Weir, j A. lliownhill wn« elected captain of tho Arnold team and J. 13rownbill vice-captain. ! A tower of strength to the Arnold aido was \V. (,'lmmberlaiu, who played with Bridge- ( wMter lust year, his markim; and lone kick ing tu'in:: a feature of the much. Of those players fiom other clubs who hud promised to play with Arnold tho last. mentioned whs the only on# who stood to his ivord. One pluyor especially who was most, insistent. in his demands to piny with Arnold proved nt tho hist that ho had no backbone. It whs a splendid ?ame to witch, lioini: interesting jand even from .st.irt/to linish. Tho lwll whs "continually tin oiling from one end of the [ ground to the other, mid the imiiip, which iv,\s played in n most friendly spint, wa...

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Approaching Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 June 1914

Approaching Sale. .Tune 23.—Lngnn stock sale.—Thomas * Morrow, and Co., auctioneers. June 25.—In«luwood stock sale.-Thomas I Morrow and Co., iiuctioneer.s.

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