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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 June 1914

GOLF, A Mixed Foursomes handicap (sweep stake) will take place at the links to morrow, partners to he drawn for on the ground. Play will start at 2 o'clock, and afternoon tea will be' provided by the i ladies. | A meeting of the club committee will I be held at 8 o'clock this evening at the Mechnnies' Institute. • The match at Wedderbnrn on Wednes day resulted in an easy win forlnglewood, the results being- " ... Gentlemen. Dr. Deravin, 6 IioIob 5 ares, heat D. Sutherland, 0 holes 0 aces. S. r. Diddams, 1—3, beat T. Moreeroft, 0-0. I1". 15. .lenninga, 4—4, beat P. I(. Ed wardes, 0—0. \V.-Ji. l.amont, 5,-775, „beat If. Craig, 0-0. V. Symonds, 5—5, beat- L. Craig, 0-0. A. l'hillips, 3—4, beat J. B, Steel, 0—0. Total;— Inglewood, 24 • hole? 26 aees; Wedderbntn, 0 holes 0 aces. Ladies; Mrs. Jennings, G—5, beat ^liss More croft, 0—0. Miss Wiggins, 3—5, beat Mr?. Edwardes, 0-0. Miss Isaac, 8—5, beat Miss Ross, 0—0. Mibs O. Humphrey, 2—4, beat Mrs. Craig, 0-0. Miss Souther, 0—0, lost to Mr...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 June 1914

Chamberlain's T&bieU warn wu mnn

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SIMPSON'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 June 1914

SIMPSON S CREEK. .(KIlOM OUIl COItHK.Hl'ONDF.NT.) « I nv T)»v wiis celebrated ftt the A mold / or' 11)<lon Friday last. More tl.an the &l 1 fntoroat was taken in the event on this 11:1 ■ ?, however, owinsj to the fact tint "cc;is">»> . t| S!in,i yl(mnd weronbout J. W. Pennington, ll'oToc-v'r'nonber for tho lA-»Ul«tive As . There wns r l»r»e iissomblnge c jieople"P,oscn'i' ,nil,,y ooml°!>' fl'om t,u" 1,11 wU'0iinii't,lliHif p!,sfc *'r Jrtoksr)n; . nf the Arnold school, collentuil I xliildrcn together, Mid R»>'i 11 «•»«'" ''J". cl,lln! .woliect of Arbor Day. Ho £rs|.oke on tho wonde. fully quick ....lunur jospoke pitn |md secured tho 'mid cm which fhcy l»d erected tho jjiouiiu ,| Their member was full Sf "n"rL'y, "i"1 t0 h ,ve lmd th- ^"d- trT' 0 i ♦« tho school committee in bvo months iv»a « --'onrd for the L.nds Depart '"lV children then mm "The sunny, l"nd ch iii nmn of school M''Le' thon introduced Mr J. W. Pen emmmtte . r/itliciinz. I*1 atl» '1B nin...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUPPLEMENTARY STAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 June 1914

SUPPLEMENTARY -STAKE. The following nre tlie results of the Supplementary Stake above mentioned:— Deerfoot beat Don. Lnngwamn beat Pauper's Pride. Victor Mclvinney beat Nita. Kiret Ties. Deerfoot beat Lan^warrin. Vietor MeKinnev a by«;.': ; Finals Deerfoot and Vietor MeKinnev divided.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Traders' Association. ESTABLISHED AT INGLEWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 June 1914

Traders' Association. ESTABLISHED AT INGLKWOOD. j A roeetinj; of btifineFs people was held 'it the Mayor's room in the Town Hull on Monday evening for the purpose of con sidermi! the advisability .of funning a Traders!' Association. Thorn was ii i_-ood representative attendance, mid tlio Mayor was voted to the chair. ■ In opening,thr proc'rili!'"-; t lie oh '.ivni in inflated that he was pleased to .see such » Ufge-.TiUendiittco. fie >i:is in thi.ioiiRh nccnrrt with the movement, and considered th»t if .they decided on forming into an association it would hi; for the Ivel'.orment, of the town :ind ill onoerned. Mr Wells, who li ul ureatly interested himself in the mutter, said incotuseof con versation with several of the townspeople the idea Ii\d been expressed tint a Traders' Association would he of great advantage to the town. He luul waited on the people, and, without, exception they nil #--»id it would lie of gieat adi infage to the town, ami if they wern not ptc.-ent at the ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 June 1914

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Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COURSING. BRIDGEWATER NORTH CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 June 1914

COURSING. 1!I{1 IXiEWATEft NORTH OMTP.. I I The opening meet of the BridRewatei (North Cluh, held on Wednesday, attract ed only (en entries, but, nevertheless, an enjoyable afternoon's aport. resulted. The result was a win for that consistent per former, Sandy McPherson (Master Mc Pheraon—Xunn II.), nominated by Mr. K. A. Vanthoff, with J. I'ickham's Lila (Aeroplane—My Thought) runner-up. Hares being plentiful, a supplementary stake was afterwards run, for which six dogs competed. In this W. G. Long's Deerfoot and A. 1!. Collins's Victor McKinnev divided. Mr. A Caldwell of ficiated as jud^o, and -Mr. I). O'Brien as slipper, The secretarial duties were well discharged hy .Mr. U. Collins. lieanlts— V. Pacholli's Pauper's Pride boat K. A* Viinlhoff'a Chief Peurl. P. Leahy's Palestine bent A. Waljh'e Lnngwarrin. . K A Vuuthoff's Sandy McPherson beat A. McKean'a Don. A. It. Collina's Victor .MrXinncy bent A. Walsh's Nita. J. Hiekham's I.ila beat \V. O. Long's Deerfoot. . First Ties. Pale...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Approaching Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 June 1914

^ Approaching Sale§. June 2J.—Jjogfui stuclc sale.—-Thomas , Mot-row and.Co , auctioneers. June Ii.glcwoodj.toek sulo.-Tlimnns . .Mkitow and Co., auctioneers. June 2o.-4t ;Vhj> S.tlo £aidi, .stlu of township ullotment :it Uiul^ewatuj-.— Tlionms Moriow and Co., auctioned s.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 June 1914

•ALBE. BY AUCTION. Thomas Morrow & Co, Auotl oneersi STOCK AND STATION AGENTfc.. Inglewood and Bendigo, \K: ITHBrancthea at Charlton, Wyche ™T proof, Boort, Logan, Newiteail Pyalor.g, Kilmore and Lancefield. LAND and CLEARING SALES Conducted^ all parts of lh<: State. Loans iicgoliatedon broad acrcs at low rates Represent :— Dalgety and Co Limited. Pearson, Rowe, Smith and Co. T. Robinson and Co, l'ropty, Ltd. Wiaclier and Co, Superphosphates. Ahci-p and Cattle Trucks promptly acciired ' and loaded. Saies of Stock ] WUI b* bald oa tbe following dat*«: WYCHKPBOOt. TnewUy, JUNK 23 CHARLTON Wednesday, J.UNE 24 OVAMBATUOK Thursday, JUNE 25 VOOBT ... Friday, JUNE 26 And etery succeeding Fobwmoht at each of above placet. Inglewood Market 1HURSDAY. JUNE 25. rpHOMAS MORROW ana CO. announce l that they will hold their usual Bale above, at their yards, on the above date, when they will offer— PIGS. 8 Slips 2 Porkers FAT SHEEP. 70 prime Xbred Wethers 60 prime Xbred Wethers 40...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 June 1914

Advertise Your District! ■;<J ALL WHt'JI IT MAY CONCERN. If you wi.li your district to pi in prom inence, do not kc«e tho knowlodga of loon! iiappeiii/igs to yuiiirgelf. Ifiyou wish ■vents in which you sire interested to b'» nindo public, just Ofop a line to "The Adverliier" office in time to allow of arrangements being mad# .era reporter to nltend,'or, failinu tint; trjr your own Iiaiul at reporting. Don't bother to any trreat extent about the composition of1 articles; jn»t write fully nticl clearly—the editor will do the rest. . * Weddings, deaths, accidents, concert*, «porte, .social gnrlicrings and personal pirnpraphs are nil of interest to your ncighbore, a ml by drawing public atten tion to your district you are doing a good work. Tlmt there is reason for this reminder is vol cur fault. We have, unfortunately, no miraculous power of knowing what "is kappaning in all the area Berveu by this j#«ninl, hut are desirous, with your eo •peratiou, of lessening our limitatio...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUNDAY, JUNE 21st. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 June 1914

•SOXDaY, JUNK 21st. Inglewooil— . 8 a.m., M.C. 11 a.m., Mnttins. S p in., Women only. 7 p.m., Evensong. Preacher—The Yen. Aichileacon Tucker Simpson's Creek— 2 p.m., Evensong _ Kingovrer— >1.45 p.m., Evensong . All services by the Vicar. Korong Vale— .. . 11 a.m., Mattins. 7 p.m., Evensong. Powlett • 3 p.m., Evensong. All eervicea by Mr. Walter Walters.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Church Notices. ANGLICAN. FRIDAY, JUNE 19th. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 June 1914

Church Notices. J AXGMCAX. FRIDAY, JUNE 19tli. Kingower— 7.30 p.111 , Lantern Service, "Life, of our Lir.l." , Arehdoacon Tiu-kor. .

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 June 1914

LET ME TELL YOU ' ' / that* now is your chance to buy • WATCH3t^,^CLOCKS, ELECTROPLATE and JEWELLERY. ■ at - ^ : GREATLY REDUCED BATES As we have decided tp alter Our Premises, and put iu an Up-to-Date Window and Sliop Fittings, ; - ' We are holding an Extraordinary Sale with a reduction of 3s in • tlie. £. y. tveiy tiling'to be Reiluced 15 per cant, off window,gripes.' .. DON'T MISS IT? The very time to .Uuy presents cheap. - Special reductions in E.P. Ware. No reasonable offer refused ;j. B. EDWARDS, Practical Watchmaker, Jeweller & Optician, Phone 737. "Fall Mall, Bendigo (near.jyijtohell-street) I—t Pricc for the Set -5/6 This .handsome 'act including Silver Plated Mustard P«t (with spoon), Silver Plated Pepper Box and Silver pitted Silt Pourer offered At the remarkably low pricc ol 5/6 tor the set. All these articles arc strongly made in the style now ao popular, and form by tar the most serviceable and artistic table set yet introduced. The quality and value has never ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with [?] rates nd regulations it includes P[?] Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 June 1914

POSTAL RATECAND RECULATIO** f'n'hpre the trria "The Common mith" is used in connection.witii rate* ;iiitTregulations it includes Lord Uo;v6 island, and. ♦VQrfolk'l»Ui.d.j LE'lTEItS. • •• ' Kt>r every i ounce or fraction thereof* Pur deiiverv vviUiiu Wit? C^UJinoii- •' hm).Ui .: for delivery ia the Britiw •. i»irc ' ■" \•, 1'•»»-•''» For delivery in the New Ui«r«»»i - H:ink«, and Torre* lalanda .. ® , Irer delivery 111 other placo* .. •. 9 "I I tETTBU CARDB. For deliver* wiifeia the Comm«nwB»Hfci Single, 1(1. eaab; reply, Id. bm. To: dulivorv in tfc» Brituh Krnpir. (Mt list of placet KAiUr glo. Id. e-ailt. For delhery ia S«» Bebrtdaa, anj Torroa laiandt—BinCM, » _ , - . For delivery in attar |itni *W». I ! 2jd. each. POSTCAHM. . ■ Single Koatearda iMftMMd witk U» Id. ttsnip, *nd Reply or doaUe oani», each half of which ha* Ike Id. ttAin» imprMted thereon, may be transmitted to place* within the Comnwnwealia, ana | to tiote placet, enumerated under ' letters," to which letter# may ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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GRANDMOTHERS OF TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 June 1914

GRANDMOTHERS OF TO-DAY. Times have changed since the days when the grandmother sat in 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 grandnlother of the present day plays golf as often as not, and, what is more, has been known to leave her grand daughter far behind on the liu'.is. There • are- artists, musicians, and writers among the grandmothers of to-day, women who are doing their 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, were fashioned after much the same type, whose outward expression was a...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANCESTRY OF THE EX-EMPRESS EUGENIE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 June 1914

ANCESTRY OF THE EX-EMPRE8S . EUGENIE. Recently the ex-Empress Eugenie ,«aat to the Glasgow Dumfriesshire So ciety a cheque for five pounds, and .accompanied the gift by a letter in which she -wrote that she was united to Dumfriesshire h>" the most ancient ties. This is a reminder that her grandfather was a certain William Kirkpatrlck, who at one time kept a grocer's shop at Belfast. The grocer emigrated to America, prospered, and «u sent to Malaga as United States Consul, where he married the eldest (laughter 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 toother 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 Kirkpatrick, who went in 1G90 to Ireland from Closebu...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 June 1914

TWO J)OSKS A Cu.MP^ETi: CUKK "I nm subject to bowel troubles which car.se pnin nnd inccin-enient'p." write; Mr. Alfred Wane, 1S1 Auburn l;»:id. Au burn, Victoria, "but have ahvav^ found two doses of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhea Remedy to effect a complete cure. I am ple^seil to know that there ia such a s«le and certain rcmcd v as Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoe.' Kemody. and always keep a bottle, handy.' 8old by W. JenninfrB. storekeeper Ingle wood mi l Mysw. Ouim&crlain's 'JS*,', T&bJeL Slpwi rii ijrtinrK :<U TIME-TO BUY LAND Ijii ns K.3^inr Yp"r licquiremen'g - at :a:j. A TVmv Stump will do It. [ •We *:i! do the rest. !? TOO WANT —- I Wheat (.<rowing Country' I | Sheep (irAsing or ' * 1 ir/igiih'e Land (or Duirviir.' . \VK CAN SUPPLY YOU OasiJ to cur i:iimense fiuccoss id tlie IpM. as Land Sal ■.•mien, we have the • t | Choicest Farms in V ictoria 1 OH our bonk.-- for sale. ' I Alf. E. Wallis & Co. ! .1 I'CriONEEBS, BENDIGO COMME...

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The Chosen People. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 June 1914

The Chosen People. One day a wealthy Jew neceived a vUlt.from his cousin Levi. ".My friend," said Levi, "I am in great distress, and I rely on you to enable irie to earn some money." "You Lave come at the right time," replied Isaac. "I have just bought some trees. You can saw them up for me." ."Aiyi what will you pay me for the work?" Levi asked. "Mon Dieji," 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 flvo francs a day." ; "Well," said Levi, after reflecting a few moments, "give me two francs, and get a Christian to saw your wood. Th'at will amount to the same thing for you."

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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POMPAPIEL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 June 1914

POMPAPIEL. A meeting of leaidents was held in the loc.il State school to consider the proposed telephone .service. Mr P. McGratli pit'; siided. Tt was decided to urge the [Jumpa piel-Dingee route, its Dingee is the business centre for this district, and it can he con veyed along tho fence of Waranga Mnllee Channel to within two miles of Dingee, thonceon railm-iiy line. Owing to continued ill-health MrU. C'oblV Ins disposed of his property at Jiniember; which consists of tile post and telephone office, to M.essrs.Old and Rogers, who;,will in future conduct the business. " ' !

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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SPORTING FOOTBALL. INGLEWOOD V. BRIDGEWATER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 June 1914

SPORTING football, " inglkwood v. buidgkwater. Sittm'd" y'* "latch ;lf iirir'geu-alur fuel ivn imfP'ti' "it' efiimit. liy *'"i".«s' misnnven •U'J J'.'fil' •«" ^ t<-uk flic li'.'Ul wii.'ii 1!) n< n, i1 (d .is ' i' iiiK'uki" wi" not. pointp'*. or: ii. ,il • ■■ j n r -v i' lniii. tt of '.iniv rcmaii ■ <i Siio ' ''"i ' lle' (';at *" 'i>B ivirsiiiitfr c;i-: v. wi'i tli' oliy |>iifc out of ilio ruuuiiii' a,..'. iJiKJyt;wnioi- Huuiud n victory wliicii,! iiltliniigli deprived of the sweets of bind won succoss, was none t(io less welcomed. In the first quarter Inglowood, with the ill-starred nineteenth m;in in the team, were easily the better side, and kept the homo players almost continually on the defensive. The ecorea Nirly indicate the play — Inglewood, 3 goali .'{ behinds; Bridgewater, 1 behind. In the second quarter Biidgewator were just is assertive as Inglewood had previoiwty been, and ran up to within a point bythe time the interval wis announc...

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