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St. Augustine's Church. JUBILEER CELEBRATION'S. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 June 1914

St. Augustine's Church. J UBIT.ER CELEBRATION'S. On June lfith, 1801, St, Au*ustine'H Anglicfln Church was opened and dedi cated by the Veil. Ar<;hdeaeon Crawford, during tlic ministry of tiic Kev William Chalmers, afterwards' Uishop Chalmers, who was Inglewood's first vicar. To day, ]8th June, 1914, consequently is the church's fiftieth anniversary, and in order to commemorate this event jubilee cele brations have been extensively entered upon, and promise to lie carrie I lo a most successful issue. l>uring the lifty years ot its life the church, both spiritually and materially, has shown marked progress, its advancement during the latter portion ot" the jubilee period being particularly noticeable. Beautiful memorial windows and tablets luive been placed in position, and altogether the church furnishings ami appointments make the interior of the building one of the most attractive out side the larger centres of population. A tine chancel at the esst end, erected by M...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 June 1914

Austral Phato-Play Company, ; s Limited. > : In v«rti=>inii columns tn cl ly appears ih« nbii l-jed jirospectm of tliu uhnvo com pirny which h is iccoutly tieen successfully ii'iii'.ecl. 100,000 shuea which were held in reserve arc mnv oll'eied for public suh scription, pnynliltt fid on upplicatiim and tSd mi'-'illot'iient. and it is within the Much of nityiiiie to take up 100 shares, whibli should return at lonst .'i0 put' cent per annum. In iiddilKin, the promoter niters ]0 slnros for ei'eiy JOOshuvs applied for ivitliin ;14 diyr. • . •The company have almost completed/itu up to'd'ltii studio and plant in Mulboui'ne, and hum" the lirst of its kind in Australia is" i Mccivmu eiiciiurigciiieiit from 'j»ll siurct'.'. '1 he pi iys prndiiced will /be lypicilly Australi tn, with Australian •uusiiv aim Sdiiiu <>r tin- ; sublets will include early station . life, 11 ml stories of Lliu li.'MK lucatiijniil unci ludusliiil pictures will l.e a upecinl feature and wiili the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 June 1914

ELECTION NOTICES. Korong State Elections. 1%/TK. A. GRAY, the selected liberal 1VL candidate, will address electors us under:— Tuesday, Kith June. -Wyehitclla, 11 a in. Jnalewood-, S p.m. Tuesday, 23rd June—Juuieiuber, 4 p.in ; .Serpentine, 8 p.'ni. Wcdncsdny, 2ith June.—Calivil, 11 a.m.;' Mitihmo, 4 p.m.; Dingee, S p.m. MEETINGU,. ETC. Inglewood Football Club. A MEETING ii[ Members will be bold at ibe Hoval Iloti'l on Thursday Rv(i»ing, ill 8 nVlnel;. I'ull ntlondnncc invited. A. U. TAYSOM, Hon. Secretary. jjj Bonninglon's Irish Moss ft /Os. Tor Stubborn Cblda WOLFE'SSCHNAPPS Spells Perfection in Liquor. It is a Popular Tonio. PUBLIC NOTICES. V¥7"ANTEI).—Good, general Servant, T T voniig or middle-aged. Family oi ■four adults. Keierciices. Apply—.Mrs. Albreclit, Serpentine. FOUND.—In Grant .street, Two Koya. Owner can liave .same by paying expenses.— R. Insks, Grant Street. ELFCTlilC TRAM DRIVERS wanted. Good opening for .smart vming men. Permanent position. Ciood wages. Par ticula...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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SUNDAY AFTERNOON'S SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 June 1914

.SUNDAY A FTKKNOON'S SEltVlCK. I In tlii* afternoon tlie service for men wan splendidly attended, tile congregation cornpiising 100. The service .vas a .short, one, consisting of two hymns, prayers, and an address liy Hishop Green. .Mrs. I t un officiated at the organ in ihfi absence of Dr. Tiylor, of W cdderbinii, who lmd arranged t> he piosent, but was umivoid hI>Iy detained. Uishop Gieen's address ua~ an admirable or ition, splendidly suited to the occasion. He had been, ho stated, led up to his sub ject in a simple way. [n 1861 nil evenim: meeting had been held just where those piesent were sitting—the chincel andotgan clumber had not tlion been built—nnd h» lud re id the lepoits of the speeches made on that occasion, and interesting leading they ban made, from the files of the Ingle.vood "Advertiser." In his diary lib-hop Chainlets h\d stale! tha', he did net think much of his own speech (possibly because it. was a very good one) but til it "Vance spoke splendidly." V;&am...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 June 1914

SALES BY AUCTION. Thomas Morrow & Co, Au otiosioers, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS. Inglewood and Bendigo, WITH Branches at Charlton, W'yclie proof, Bourt, Logan, Newstead Pyaloiig, Kiluore and Lanceiie'.d. LAND and CLEARING BALM Conducted in all parts al tli': State. l.oans negotiated on broad ncree at low rates Kepresknt :— Dalgety and Co Limited. Pearson, Rowe, Smith and Co. T. Robinson and Co, Fropty, Ltd. Wig'cher and Co, Superphosphates, iheep and Cattle Trucks promptly secured and loaded. Sales of Stock Will b« bald oa the following datw WYOHEPROO*. Tueediy, .HJXK 9 IMAKLTON Wednesday, J U.V 10 10 QUAMBATOOK Thursday, JUNK 11 BOOKT .„ Friday, JUNE 12 And every succeeding Fobtmiort at each of above places. Inglewood Market 1IIURSDAY. JUNE 25. 'I^HOMAS MORROW ana CO. announce 1. that lliev will hold their usual sale ( l above,. at their yards, 011 the above (»te. when thov will offer— Sheep, Cattle, &c. Logan Stock Sale TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1914. f pHOMAS MORROW and CO....

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 June 1914

Advertise Your District! TO AIX WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. 11 you wish your district to gain prom inence, do not kcor the knowledge of locfd happenings to yonrsejf. If yon wi*li" events in which you ore interested to be made public, just oiop n lineto"Th« .Advertiser" otlico in time to allow of arrangements being niada or a reporter to /-.Mend, or, failing that, ny your own; hand hit reporting. Don't bother to anyl |r|(-;>i extent about tho composition on articles; just write fully and clearly—the editor will do the rest. ryYddings, deaths, accidents, concerts, Fiji's, social gAtUeringi »ml personal j/arivrapht ire all of "interest to your ■jHSijiibor». anil by drawing public atten '•'iliy.tp your <iU*rict you are doing * good Jhr "f aron for this reminder i it r ' ur Unit. AVe have, unfortunately, i<- .:iici5(''tis power of knowin; what is )• . ■.■■sninj in all the are* served by this | •+ nsl, but me desirous, Willi yoiir co !• nr» lion, of lessening our limitat...

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The Inglewood Advertiser, TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 June 1914

TUESDAY, Jl'MC 10, 1014. j Owing to pressure on our spnce we are compelled to bulcl over to next issue roporti* I of vaiious disttict happenings furnished hy lour correspondents, together with other! interesting mutter. Mr. A. Humes, town clerk, valuer and late collects, resigned from these nflicesut Friday evening's meeting of the borough council. J 110 lesiguauou wis uet-'epiuu, and it was decided tlint application* lie invited for tlu» position at a salary of i'liil) per annum, applicants to Inve a knowledge of public woiks. It wis decided that Mr. liarnes lie jinked to act until a successor was appointed. Mr. A. Cray, Liberal candidate for the Korong vacancy, commenced liis campaign on Kiiday, when he addiessed meetings at, Kenton's Cteek and Logan. On Saturdiy he spoke at iiurke's Klat, Kheola and Kin gniver, tnd yesteidaj- it Powlett, Hoiung, Mysia nud Clmrlton. To-night, at 8 o'clock, he will speak at lugleivood. The annual A.U.K. church parade war: held on Sunday evening, wh...

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Church Notices. ST. AUGUSTINE'S JUBILEE SERVICES. TUESDAY, JUNE 16th. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 June 1914

Church Notices. ST. AUGUSTINE'S JUIULEE SERVICES. TUESDAY, JUNE 10th. 7.30 p.m.—Evensong. Preacher—Ilia Grace the Metropolitan. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17th. 11 a.m.—Holy Communion. Celebrant—The Yen. the Archdeacon of Broken Hill. Gospeller—The Vicar. Epistoler—The. Rev. \V. II. Mnefarlane.

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Sporting. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 June 1914

Sporting. FOOT BAM,. To morrow In trie wonrl will journey to flriil«p\viiter, andWedderburn to Korong Vale. ' . The Itiglewond anil liridgewator Wed nesday teams met 011 .tlio latter'n ground 011 Wednesday, au evenly contested game rcnnliinfr in Ingleuood's favor by 2 tjoula 2 behinds to T goal 0 bebiude. 1.. Biasett otlieiuted as umpire. Tho locnl Wednesday team will try conclusions to-morrow'in the recreation reserve with ,a team representative of the Powbitt district.

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The Season's Prospects. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 June 1914

Tbe Season's Prospects. The following summary of the condition of stock, crops, pastures, water supply, etc, lit the end of M ty, 1914, bused upon the reporUjof Meteorological Obs«i vers t (nough out the State of Victoria, is is»ued hy the Central Wetthei Bureau:— The month has been a very favorable tmu ill the Mallee for all agiiaultuial work and by tile end of it seeding operations were geueially completed, at least so far hs fallowed hind was concerned. Iii most pu ts cvops were showing nicely above ground, lull us the May rainfall was a very light one the need for ruin to produce a sturdy growth befor«> the ground had become too cold was being felt. Water supplies were generally deficient and in some places water carting was still necessary. This wis the case at Antwerp, on the Wimmen Hiver, At which place the liver hid not yit begun i> run." The Avocn was in the same state, the l^uambatook observer remarking that the nver was still dry, though at the same lime last year i...

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East Loddon Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 June 1914

East Loddon Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. The monthly meeting wnB hold nt tlic Shire Hull, Serpentine, on Wednesday. PresentCrs. jiissctt (president), Ton kin, McCren, Coutts, Ettersliank, Carey iind Mnlioney. OORIIKSI'ONIIKNCB. 1. From tho Stuto Rivers with plan of the distiict of tho Loddon United Water works 'JYuht for inspection.—Kcceived. 2 and ;J. From tho UuiUvay Department, us to.sanitary service at Mitiamo, and that tlioy will write shortly.—Received. 4. From tho Public Health Department, on the viune subject iind with report.— Troughs to be supplied, as reconimnnded. 5. From tho Law Department, tlmt Cr. Ktterahank has lieen appointed it J.P.— In roply to Or. Ettersluuik, the secretary expressed his intention of writing re the delayed appointment of Crs. McCrea and Mnhoney itnd Mr. P. McGrath, who were also nominated. (i and 7. From same, that a writ of l'ntes tatum Dedimushas been issued.—Received. 8. From Mrs Langdon and family, with thanks fur wreath forwarded.—Receive...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 June 1914

1- r I "l«as S vhbiitli u»e, the Hcverciul Divine )'*s '"i iiil to lament nml freely repine ; My llmwt U sore," the old ninn mj>lrcd, 'i» iii«iuhv's my specinl sonnon,"ho cried. Ills wife cimo in mid sour consoled him, Aim this U what the wise womiui told him: 'lake Woods' Poppenniut Cuib, my dear, u "ioru your voice will be quite cle«."

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The Market COUNT[?] STOC[?] [?]ES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 June 1914

Th' Marke' G'OUN" »• x STOC.k . ..oES. Messrs Alf. K. Wallisnnd Co., associated with Willursdorf and Knrbes, report having conducteda special sheep and cattle sale at JSddington 011 Wednesday, .(line .'.id, when an exoeptionally heavy yarding of sheep and catila came forward. Sheep,—5878 ponncd, and of this number fi2li7 were sold. All classes were fairly well repifl aunted. About.WW consisted of ciofshrcds, chiifly jiood breeding ewes with odd lots of special crossbred wethers and weaners. The luninindei- of the supply was made up with small lines of merino and comeback ewes and wethers. Thero was a lai»u atlendanco of local and outside crazioiw Hurt dealers present, buyers cumin!; from Elmore, Bendigo, Korong Vale, Marong. Keri»ng, Wedderburn, .Sivan Hill, Corop, Inglowonl and Rocbester.and consequently competition was well sustained throughout, jnlthougli buyers acced cautiously on ac count of the dry spell, and \ulues fur good sheep were, if anything, slightly easier, whil.-t mi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 June 1914

HOW TO SKl.TRALI3E DASORROWS .STOMACH ACIDS. Few people li^ides* physicians re.iliso the importance* of keepm:; the food eon tents of the vtnmach free fronvacid fer mentation. Healthy normal digestion cinnot tuke place while the delicate lining of the stomach i;) liBin" inllamed and dis tended liy acid nil.I wind—the results of fermenting food in the stomach. To secure perfect digestion, fei mentation must be stopped or prevented, and the acid neutra lised. For this purpose physicians usually recommend getting a little bisurati'd mag | nesia from the chemist and taking half-a teaspnonful in a little hot or cold water immediately after eating. They recom mend liisiirated rnagnesia becuise it is pleasant to, tao, Uatj po disagreeable after I'll'ects, J^ikI instantly \sti.ps, fermentation, | neutralises the acid and makes the soiir 'acid fond bland, sweet, and eisily digested, j The regular use of hisiuated inagnosia— sine yuu get the Indurated, as other kinds of magnesia are of little...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 June 1914

N 017 13 THE TIMli TO llCY LAND £/3l aa Kaoiv Your Requirements •tones. A Penny Stamp will do it. We will do the rest. U YOD WANT Wheat Growing Country Sheep Grazing or Irrigable Lund for Dairvina WE CAN SL'l'I'l.V YOU | Owing to our immense success in the put sls Land Salesmen, we have the I Choicest Faims in Victoria I ob out books for sale. j Alf. E. Wallis & .Co. j" AUCTIONEERS,, I BENDIGO COMMERCIAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE CO. Fire Insurance (Homes, Haystacks and Standing Crops) Live Stock and Foalittg ll.i ska At Lowest Betes. Agent for Inglewood and District— F. H SYMONDS, Brooke-street, Inglewood -Agent for— Mitctie7! & Go's. Agricultural Implements, Ploughs, Drills, Harvesters, Harrows, Disc Cultivators. Reapers and Hinders, Mowers, Hay Hakes, Oil Engines, Diabolo Cream Seuanttors, ilkinjr Machines, Koad Graders, Farm Hollers, Road Kollers, Lhaffc utters. Horseworks. Also AGENT FOR Mutual Life & Citizsn's Life] Assurance Co. MOTORS. AND CYCLES. THE INGL...

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The Anglewood Advertiser, FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 June 1914

tyt Inglcfoooft ^b&ertiscr, FRIDAY, JUNE 19, inu Prior to the commencement o: ihe business at Wednesday's mceuug of the East Loddon ijhire Council the president (Cr. Bissett) made regret Jul reference to the death of the Hon. T. Langdon, for so I many years the district's representative in tile "Legislative Assembly. Inhisdeath, the president stated, they had lost a good friend and n very good member. He was sure no memberhad ever done his duty to his constituents better than Mr. Lang don. His remarks were warmly sup ported by Crs. Coutts, McCrea and Carey Mr. C. K. Albrecht. It was decided that a letter of condolence be forwarded to Mrs Langdon and family, and, of. the motion of the presiient and (Jr. Contts, tr.at the council adjourn for ten minutes as a mark of respect to the deceased gen tleman. The collection lists for the special effort in aid of the hospital have been i«ceived, and will bo published in next issue. The secretary of the Inglewood Hospi tal (Mr. Suniuel ...

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Korong Election. CR. A. GRAY AT INGLEWOOD. SCRIPTURE INSTRUCTION QUESTION. REPLIES TO REV. J. [?] [?]SON. WITH S[?] [?] [?]ATION. "NO PROMISE MADE." [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 June 1914

Korong Election. cr. a. gray at ingle wood. j scripture instruction question. kepmss to rev. -t c'.io.^on. with ;; j " so promisk madk." . Or. A. t'iniv, who is onnt.eMin^ tho Ko rang Mitt, /ulih efsod a meeting it the Town Hall oil Tuesday evening. Owing,to nil important church function being held locally, thole was hut a small attendance' of cluctois. The Mayor (Cr. Ansett) pre sided.. After paying h hi«h tiibute to the mem ory of the lute Hod. Thou. Langdon, the candidate went on to say tint he had no apologies to make for ottering him self us it candidate. He had been closely identified with political organisation for many years, and they would all agree that, he was an ardent Liberal. The time had ariived when the line of demarcation be tween the two politic*! fictions was clearly defined, and thuy hud to be on one side of the fenco or the other. He had no great ambition for anything of this sort, and whilst working in the interests of J.iiber.»l oiiMnisation he had no axe to g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 June 1914

AMUSEMENT*. TOWN" HALL, INGLE WOO P. For One Night Only. Tuesday, June 23rd. The ever popular Scotch Comedian, AD. OR EE (The Hurry I.auder of Australia) AND HIS TALENTED COMPANY. MISS IVY EASTON, Clever Solo Violinist. > MTSS JENNIE CREE, P.alladist. Duettist and Skctch Artiste. MISS DOLLY STEWART, Sweet Soprano and Monologist. MR. R. A. 15ARTLEMAN, Eminent Baritone. THE CREES, In Scotch Comedy Sketches, "Sandy's Courtship," ami "The Proposal." Ad. Cree as "M'Pliee.th# Millionaire." Rooking at Miss Southey's—No extra clinrue. POPULAR PRICES, H. SUARPE, .Manager. ELECTION NOTICES. Korong State Elections. MR. A. GRAYj the selected Liberal candidate, will address' electors ns under:— ' " Tuesday, 23rd June—Jarklan, 2 p.m.; Jaiiiomber, 4. p.m; Serpentine, 8 p.m. • • Weuuesdav, .24th June.—Calivil, 11 a.m.;' Mitiumo, 4 p.m. ; Dingee, 8 p.m. • Koroug Election. Cr. WII.LTAM WILLIAMS, Liberal Candidate, ITVTILL address (He Electors f\s fn)t T T Iowa Saturday, June 20.—NVoosang, 2.30; Ki...

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St. Augustine's Church. JUBILEE CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 June 1914

St. Augustine's Church. JUBILEE CELEBRATION'S. Tlio jubilee celebrations were continued on Tuesday eveniii", when the chinch im? literally packed. The con>;rc!ja,:<— in cluded ii representation c-f i.F. lodge, and it is ithy of i. !jat Litis lodge took put in the sure: hen the chinch wis dedicated, SO ye. ,gu.. and that one 01 two of die nieinbo .utending on that occasion « cre H»:iiii j.rt.-tnL The *er\ice was an imposing one, llis Gucethe Metropolitan of Victim», and the lievs. 0. A. Grant (vicar), ii. II. Dndd, ,J. A. Mac nueen, A.J.PeaiccCnrecentur). \V.ll.Macfnr. I lane, Canon Bishop itArchde;iconof Broken Hill taking part. A full choral serrice whs rendered, tliesinyini; lieinij particularly good. Mis. A. H'un ofliciated.as organist. The preacher was His Giace the Metro politan, who took fur his text tbo 3rd verse of tile 1st Psalm, ''And lie shall be like a tree planted liy the i-tieainsof water that linn^eth foi l h its it ait iu.dtie season," and «>i»v an e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 June 1914

INDIGESTION. \VIJV IT IS SO COMMON. Tins >! 11'j)umm Dirxletti 1,'fe we leul often upset# llie digestive sy.-tein. Then, loo, tvmiy, r.v. r.vni fc, anxieties nf vhi inu.< r.u ls, excitement, lite li»ur.->, .trying climatic con ilitions, kck uf exe:eis<\ or tnn violent exercise, aie uicb and «!l cipible of biini;. i"o 'A'"t a <leiHii;;ed condition of ilu stimi.icli. AilJ it) [Jn-su excessive ten-' (Ii'iukiug, to tthmii uriny nf i^> plead nuilty, .and. you .fee clearly enoujjty wily indigestion U To avoid indigestion and its tlislie-isin«f symptom.", you iftust take (in occasional dose of Mother Seiyel's Syrup. Hut to banish indigestion and its liu.-ilth destroying effects, its pains and discomforts, you niu~t Ukt" a jem'.Jar course of Mother Sei^i'l'f Syiup. '{'.'we ini't a remedy in existence that can cure ymj it jmso jf you h ive been suffering for u long time, but relief and eventual resolution t<> ijood health art' ceitainly...

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