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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulation it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 June 1914

POSTAL RATES AMD ftrCULAYttfm f? rfc. [Where the term "The Common wealth" is used in connection with these rate's ami regulation! it iucludoi Papua, Lord Howe Island, and 'Norfolk Island.] LETTKH8. i'or every } ouace or fraction thereof. ' For delivery witkin the Common wealth ..J j ..«>• 1 For dolivury is tM Britialt BaaA • pire .i Q | For delivery in tba N»iv H«>ri<J^C , liiuikf jutd Torrfta Tt1 ■ For delivery in etWylacc*.. .2?* | LE1TBB CAiUJB, For delivery w&un t'r Tnitijmii r, Siu&ky M. eich; reply, Id. e*dk ktf« I'or deljV«ry in tire Bptisii Uoapil* (St list of places tfadtc' "JuattorB^')—<C «Ie, Id. esxtk. Fo> delivery is Hva Babrtdas, Bi .'uvd Torres lelswia-^-Sifi^l*, 2d. Ftfr delivery in other pimfxt— BI 2id. each. POST CAHOS. Single Poatoarda isaprcetcd witli *hr Id. Bttinip, and Keply or double card* each Jialf of which lias tbe Id. »tun> impressed ihereori, m*y be tranjmittea to places within tho Commonwealth, and to th...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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TARNAGULLA v. INCLEWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 June 1914

TA R N A G V LI,A v. 1X G MS »V0< >t>. Tim above Wednesday teinw met. fur the; fourth time fur the season at Tarnimdla on Wednesday. Until teams wore fully repre sented, .-.ml Die match took place under the must. f:ivni!il)lo conditions. Thu 21111c ptoved one-sided, as Tirnanulla won from bounce to bell ill fi most convincing fashion. Jack Whimpey captained the home team, ami J. Watkins tin; visitow. Tiinriyulla got their first' score, a single rejistered l>y (lusley, a ininnto after the suit, and then a bombardment of the. yoil commenced. 1' iunerald marked close in but missed, and 1 try by Roy Whimney went mitt On the throw-in a running xliut by Jack Whimpey raised one tl m. Kniijht relieved, but Jack Whimpey, Abbott and C. Whimpey returned, and. Williamson nmrked within nice iviugd and scored liist is-kI. Jick Whimpey and Nunvood for warded from the bounce, and a irv by (J. Whimpey nddeil another point. From the kick-oil' Rivett forwarded and Williamson played...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Poseidon Mining Fatality. ADJOURNED INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 June 1914

Poseidon Mining Fatality. A D.I OUUNKD INQUfRY. 'Clip adjourned inquiry into i,Uo dwtl) of Joseph liilcnn Ashlioni, who mis killed at Messrs Minefield unci Wilkiu's mine, Posm d"ii, mi May 137th, wii« conducted at the Come House, Tarnmull.i, on \Vednesdny l)y Mi' J. K. LHi^yuti, depuiy-eoroiiei. Tlio same jury was empanelled as on the Friday ' previous, viz., Messrs J. H. Alo.vandei (FiiVuiniui), Joseph Gicen, Win. l>n;»s, Jus. Pat.leisun and JSa::iiiul W.mdall. ^1 r Linke Mmpliy, nf lie'iai*.' i, utti'Uf'.J tn wnteli jiuict'i'iiiny? o iiuli il; of Hi' mi;.H mviieis, and All' Mitchell, dixitist mining inspector, on hehilf of iiis cijpiu ttimnL. | .(.mo Ashbiini, m ini d woman, l-i'sidinir ■■il Poseidon, depo.-cd inac deceased ivashur son. She Inst saiv !ishi alive at 12..'.'0 p.m. nil May 2(ith, wliun In' left In nil n to yo to work. He luid never complained to her aljoiifc the wal king of tlio claim, but she Imd I lie ltd liiin sny tlmt ho Im-i Imd to ;-o for Mr Wilkie to lix tl...

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

SOROSES HAIB TONIC. This preparation is unsurpassed nf hair food ami dandruff preventative. A little sprinkled on tlie head niulit iiik! morning, and gently massaged inlo the scalp, renders baldness impossible. .So roses IJair Tonic will absolutely j:ro\v hair and prevent it from fulling out. ]| iaipirts a beautiful glassy sheen, and brings out all (lie natural"lirii^itiieR* <,f th»» hair. lJrire "s fld per bottl •• Oh-1 tainuhlf at r'. .<outhey's In-rle-' fjoii, j COMMERCIAL UNION IFIRE INSURANCE CO. Fire Ttixiirroice (Houses, Uavstaeks and Standing Crops) Live Slock and Foaling It.iskn At Lowest Rates. Agent lor IiikIuwuoi] anil District— F. H. SYMONDS, Brooke-street, Inglewood Agent for— Mitchell & Co's. Agricultural Implements, Ploughs, Drills, -'Harvesters, Harrows, Disc Cultivators, Reapers nmi Binders, Mowers, Hay Hakes, Oil Engines, Ilinbolo Cream Sienarators, Milking Machines, Uoad Graders, Farm Hollers, Kuad Kollers, LhuffcntterB. Tlorseworks....

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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[?] Brigade [?] OFFICER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 June 1914

*T brigade •ai OI FrCER'S REPORT. , III connection with bis inspection of tliu. I Iusjlewood brigndu wut station, niadedurin™ I last montl), Ctiiuf-oil)UL-r j\lnr>h;iII has sub-1 niitted tliu folloivinn satisfactory report : — Theie wiis only a fniv muster for inspec tioii, 11 members buing present. The absentees were working away from 'the town, but it was expected that a few of them would have been present. 'I ho night, although cold. wns lim* oveihead, and wo] worn utile to put in a ^ond night's ivoil; in . the open ; nil the drv events being mnsti expertly and exptdiliou.-ly cm nod out. I Individually tbo work was done as smartly! as I have suen it anywhere, and, as I lindei stund two of tbeii- best men were among tbo absentees, this brigade should stand for ! success ut future dtnHinsUii'„io:is. The working of the fix men distilled hose event ; was carried out oU'eotively, the few new points being quickly mastered. Kvery man look p.wt in the practice, I hers being no laggard...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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KINGOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 June 1914

KINUGWER. ' (Fiimi (>m- C'niii!S)i(iiuli'!il.) The few funnels of this district have completed lli'iir eroppin;;. Tin: tliund/r shov/eis which full recently put the hi.'UimI in excellent older, mid the crops sow n cuue (IlKitiylt ill « very shjrt space nf lime, c-pecially tlinsu pichled with fuiiuusint!. This is a splendid aid to the wheat, mid ;..;in-ed (<i lm f.ir superior in either hlucsb.me Hi' formalin. Last year three plots were sown side liy side at Olrnalbyn Grange—onu with wheat pickled with blue j stone, imritivit.li wheat pickled with j formalin, uiul tli« third with fiiii>>Msi»o; pickled wheat. This liist pint time up very thinly, tli.i second wa:i a little better, j hut the fun«ii:-inu pickle was splendid, us practically every sited siinek. The hist-' mimed picklo Ins been tested 'i^.iin tliis season, with the same resn'.t.. ' It Ins also been t'nnnd n valuable aid to vegetable s.eds. ]j fniinels ivent In try .ill expel i inent as iibnve bluestum! wo...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Chosen People. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 June 1914

The Chosen People. One day a wealthy Jew received a -visit from his cousin Levi. •'My friend," said Levi, "I am in great distress, and I rely on you to enable me to earn some money." "You have come at the right time," replied Isaac. "I have just bought some trees. You can saw them up for me." , "And what will you pay me for the work?" Levi asked. ,-Mon Dieu," Isaac responded, "I would have given three francs a day to a Christian; but one ought to pay a co-religionist more. Therefore- I will give you five francs a day." "Well," said Levi, after reflecting a few..moments, "Vive me two francs, and get a Christian to saw your wood. That will amount to the same thin;: for you."

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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NO MORE INDIGESTION. Wonders achieved by New Product. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 June 1914

NO MOttK INDIGKSTKiX. .Wonder* achieved l<y New I'mtlticl. It seems reasonable to suppose that in a short time tlioiii will lie no more indigc.c tinn cir dyspepsia. The old style digestives juch .is bismuth, pepsin, charcoal. soda, etfc., which after all ate only temporary in their ellects, are rapidly becomm1.; dis carded in fnvour of a simple antacid, known to chemists ns hisurated ina«ncsia, with the result that physicians are being called upon to treat fewer cases of stomach trouble than ever before. This is not so very surprising when it is remembered that, according to available statistics, over *5K> per cent of all stomach troubles are due to acidity. Hisurated magnesia may readily be obtained from any chemist at a small cost, and half-a-teaspnonful taken in a little water after meals will immediately neutralise all harmful acids in the stomach, prevent fermentation, and thus render the food easy of digestion. [Ad.]

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

•ALES BY AUCTION. Thomas Morrow & Co, AiiotJoneersi. STOCK AND STATION AGENTS. Inglewood and Beisdtgo, l'*H Branches at Churlton, Wyche J* proof, Eoort, Logan, Newafond • Pyaloftg, Kilmore and Lancefleld. LAND and CLEARING BALES Conducted in all parts of tli'i Slalo. Loans ncnc' ii\loil on broad acres at low rates liEHRKSKNT :— Daliiety and Co Limited, Pearson, JKowo, Smith and Co. T. Robinson and Co, Propty, Ltd. Wischer and Co, Superphosphates. Sheep and Cattlo Trucks promptly secured and loaded. Sales of Stock Will b» hold an tho following datfc# WYCHEPROOl*, Tuesday, JUNK 9 CHARLTON Wednesday, .TUNIC 10 QUAMBATOOK Thursday, JUNE 11 ROORT ... Friday, JUNE 12 And every succeeding Hostkioht at each of above placet). Inglewood Market 1HURSDAY. JUNE 25. 'f^HOMAS MORROW ana CO. announce fl. that tliey will hold their usual gale l t»bove, at their yards, on the above cftte. when they will ofTer— Sheep, Cattle, &c. Logan Stock Sale TUESDAY, JUNK 23, 1014. r|-\I10.UAS MOR...

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

35SS=-~ : Advertise Your District! JO ALL WHOM IT MAY COUCBKN. ii you wish your district to gain prom inence, do not koftir- the knowledge of loenl happening* toyourgeH. Jf-you wish svfintfl in which you i.ru interested to be . ,sdo public, just •itiop a line to "Tlie Advertiser" office";in timo to allow of jrrsnpcincnU beingmade '*t a reporter to attend, or, failing that, try your own inrni at reporting. Don't bother to any wat extent about the composition of article*; just write fully and clearly—the »<JUor will do the rest. Wfddings, deaths, accident*, concerts, iporte, social gatherings and personal paraaruplw are all of interest to your litighbors, and by drawing public atten tion to your district you are doing a [rood v.?rk. ■ ; • ■ • > .)' cr • i« remott fur thin reminder |S ,v fir.au'.. \Vi'aavr, un' jrtu-\atf.ly, ■jo r',*<\iio' i .ow .-of kn'iwinr. what \J I |> ,>,orJU' .ill'.ie r..-en str"-d by this; .iut.'.I. ' ar<- def"'.ouf>,...

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Chu[?] Notices. ANGLICAN. SUNDAY, JUNE 7th. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 June 1914

Chu. h Notices. ANGLICAN. SUNDAY, JUNK 7th. Inalowood— 11 il m., II:C. 7 p.m., Evensong. Simpson's Creek— 2 p.in.,- Evensong;':' Kingower— p.m., Evc-nseng All services by thoVicur. Koronc Vulo— 11 u.ni., Mattins. ' 7 p.m., Evensong. Powlett - 3 p.m., Kvensong. All services by Mr. Walter "Walters. /

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The Anglewood Advertiser, FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 June 1914

The Inglewood Advertiser, FRIDAY. JUNE 5. 1914. A pleasing function took place at the Presbyterian Church on Wednesday even- ing, when a welcome social was tendered to tho Rev. A. T. G. and Mrs Ash. There was a good attendance of church members. Mr A. Currie presided, and presented, on behalf of the congregation, the Rev. Mr. Ash with a hynm book set to music and Mrs Ash with a beautiful statuette. The gifts where suitably acknowledged by Mr. Ash. Musical items by the choir, and songs by Misses Smith, Tatchell and Isaac ami Mu.-sis Cooper and Garson, contributed towards a very enjoyable and successful   evening. Mr y. F. Diddams, in inager of the local branch of the Ban); of .New Smith Wnlc-, who linn been on lelievini; duty at Beech worth for the past few months, lias returned to ln^'leivoorl. Mi. A. B. .Sutherland, who has been stationed at lunlewoodduiini; Mr Didd.ims' absence, Ims returned to Kyiietou. \Vednesday whs observed as a public holiday in connection with t...

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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwedth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papus Lerd Ho[?] [?] and [?] [?]] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 June 1914

POSTAL RATES AND ftE'CULAfWITl Gr ;© [Whero tJio feena "Tho CojumaM it mod m oou-neotidn-Trit& tfcoae r*£e« zud rf«tUattoii4 it include* r&pua, Ler<l Howq iMaa-l, slid NotffeMc ItUM/J LETTERS. For svery 1 aaOBi of fraeiu»n tioreof, ]?«r 4«1k:<»7 wi'Ain i&o Oe*ee»o >rc»Wt .. .»f • * For fiviiroT/ ia fee British piiHj- , . • • * • S"ov cielww- ia ten i?»?r J3:i»iis, M»i Starr-Mi JolajwW § F«r di>J».-<jrj ia di£.»*r jtktaxs ..... »V • LEFX&tt pASJS&. For delivery iriitsji Cfe«»r f W> C. I.-'., ©wfai. l'\r ciclivTSj,- in K®» S»liri<ica, *» Tpirea atferiBic—Giaglo, M. ——. F»r .Aolfray in sGkt ffiasos— 1*71 ^n, cwofa. POST CAKB&. 8tagio Pctboards unpreffiwd wiifc tk« Id. ptatufl, a«l Hoj2y otf doabie Midi., •xch iirit of wliicti hao tie Id. kwprKi®d bs to pfeoea wi-HAi tio C'ortiii'jaaqcahfc, to iio&e places, oaumar.ii.ied srnmr "Lvixtvtt," to rchick loiters nmf t* 9T«w<...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 June 1914

A story goes that Sir Conan Doyle, the Inventor of "Sherlock Holmes,"-ar rived In Paris from Marseilles and Lyons. The cabman who tool: him from the station to the hotel, address ed him by name. Doyle was surprised, and asked how lie knew. The cabman replied that he had read III his paper that the famous Conan IJovio would come to JIaiseilles and Lyons, and he had observed at once that the stranger's hair was cut by n Marseilles barber, and that on the lieel of his left slice was mml from Lyons'. Doyle was highly satisfied to see tliat his dctcetive method proved so successful, but asked whether there was any other symptom which had led to his recognition. "Yes," said the cabman—".vour name Is painted on your !• ,sace." A dist.'nmiis.^ed consultii::' sirst-nn In noted fur his a!i"i"ii'-iy'i:de<!ness. 'The other day ):« i!:i;:<il liis sfcf.'i.v ncope to a pa?ifnt's rhesi. implied his ear to lite Ins:: wuient. and cried:' "Aiv you tliuraV" SOROSES HAIR TOXIC. 1 T...

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THE IMPORTANCE OF INVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 June 1914

THE IMPORTANCE OF INVENTION. The landmarks of history consiit not so much in battles as in discover ies and inventions. Those are the forces that have really advanced civi lization, while wars and battles have usually retarded it. It is satisfying, therefore, to our national pride to find that so far as mechanical inven tions go, the Anglo-Saxon holds a de cided supremacy. Our inventive genius first asserted Itself in the ISth century, but many earlier, though unsuccessful attempts Are recorded, which prove that the power was slowly germinating. During the reign of Charles II., for instance, the Marquis of Worcester, after many experiments, succeeded in constructing a. rude steam-engine, , which he called a fire-watei-work, and which he pronounced to be ;ui admir able and most forcible instrument of propulsion. But the marquis was sus pected to be a madman, and known to be a Papist. His inventions, therefore, found no favoqpbie reception. Cut .'more than a hundred years later came t...

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WHAT ENGLAND OWES TO PEPPER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 June 1914

WHAT ENGLAND OWKS T» PEPPER. It is curlouu to remember that rtn Kngland's commercial greatness wm a-maklng, her moat serious rival was Holland. Hut the enterprising Dutch men ruined their chances by their incediness. There was a popular lit tle couplet which ran— "In matters ot commerce, the fault of the Dutch Is giving too little, and asking too much." The whole course of English predom inance abjoad might have been changed if the Dutch had not "asked too much." In the closing years of the six tcenth century they had a trade moc opoly with the East Indies, and the; "put up" the price of pepper to such a point that the English consumer "struck." A meeting ot I^ondoti merchants made, one December afternoon, a de cision, the importance of which to England cannot be exaggerated. It wu3 nothing less than the resolution to form a Loudon East India Com pany. The petition of these merchants to good Quoeu Bess was granted in a Koval Charter of Incorporation. „ The company, founded at first ...

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The Inglewood Advertiser, TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 June 1914

'tUESDAY, JCMi !). 1014. At tin* M-ironi; Shin* l\»nm:il meulini: <* Thursday i i'*»i fill rdViunco wn> nnulc to the death of Mr T. Ij-mudmi, M.Ij.A,, a former member tin* council, m.d on the motion of Cr. J. Htili-y, seconded 1 :y Cr, II. Wirth, and supported by Cr. <). K. Poole, it was docidi-d t»» forward a letter of uomiolunut* to the \vid«»iv and family. The secretaiy of th«» "1 :i^le*vood Hospi tul /Mr. Samuel Divide-). acknowledges with thanks the nveiot, of the following :— Til Is from W. C. J. Krllv, K-<j., l'owlutt; o* from collections by Messrs Ansutt and Jennings. ; Tho monthly meeting of tin* Koron^ Shiie Council will he held on Thursday . «e.\rt 11th inst. j During last week the following tenders I for work were iHvopted by the SShireof] Koron^:—Xo. 100.- ^nivellin^ and rros«- ] inv: on II ln-ola-Kiiijimver roatl, Koliert i .Sonlsby, £10; No. H'.o.—1-"< > mi in jz 'incl i;rnvcllin^ on Wcdclcrbuni — liunrt mail, noi-lli ...

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THE ART OF LIVING TOGETHER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 June 1914

fHl£ AKT OF LIVING TOGETHER. There I3 a :1ne art which Is ranch 1 n»'Kli'Cted nmr'nz us. and that ia the j Ki't of living together, ni)i so much the Krt of (hi! wife living with her h b«ml, or a husband with hlo wife, bat 'he art of being a smoatii-tUBatafl wheel In the great machinery ol JSs world—the art of not aqufsJdLn® e? Hllpplas .1 co j, or r.trlpp!cs C2» cas ing, or otherwise disturbing Ufa) CiHJ mon7 of the Uugo eajjia® «f SX3ESB lift. Nor ts It Qtid that Caio OK U MQpSP ■ed, when you come to tbtfiu Oi Ok SB :most people are isnorset of TBB' ence of cui.h a craft, a&ti 12 i&fNVXfli of it declare It of no ImpciiW.**. this is not so, for the tana Mia s&soma Into »b uecessltlM dtocsww xaa C covers the whole of dOEaciw CSHSHSP5R The man who li ctovc? euaMffi tf<*> derstand that unlea* to mites S3 citizen he canuot oipe«t sasfi tiiitiiX,' tritr.t, will also bo abrewS CM&jtf S0 fee that unless he sabKI ft &>i) he cannot...

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OBITUARY. REV. LEWIS W. RENNISON. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 June 1914

I OBITUARY. REV. LEWIS vv. UENNISON. ' Very jzre'it regret, and nlso'surprise; wis expressed yesterday when the sad nsswsi ivus made known lhnt« iho death of the itev* Lewis WillUin UtitmUon had taken place. While it uu;; known that Mr llennison wa.«t not enj»»yinjf the be*b of health, ho experi encing a severe attack of mtiuenzi, Iiim end. was unexpected, consequently/it CJiiiu* us u seyc/*.e hjrnv to family and frit?nd^ I alike. The deceased ^'ivtlcman whs vvell known ilnonuliout a ivid&idfcitrjctV and was highly lespectKU and esteemed'. J}u was a .'on nf tlit; lie v. Alexander Itennison, and: was Ijiien at t iu 'ifahse, Paisley (Scotland),'! on April Gih, J8I0. In 1SS4 lie left Scot-., laml for Sim«, Kiji., ami two years later anivcd in Melbourne. . After a peiiod of four years lie was appointed to tile Iu^le ivooil 1'iesl.yteii III uh.irye, and fill 2.> years, up to ./line of last year, when failing lieiltli compelled hi>11 to ielii)i|'jisli uctivii connec tion wit...

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