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MOLIAGUL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 June 1914

MOLIAGUL (From Our Correspondent.) Arbor Day was held at the Moliagul schogl on Friday, a larga number of children. and their parents and fiiends being/present, and the celebration was pronounced to be one of the best ever held. MrG. Brooker, president of the school committee, said he was-glad t<> see so many present. It showed that a izond feeling prevailed. The pro gramme hm.i carried out as follows Arboi Day Anthem, the school children ; recita tion, "(Inly a Pin," Kathleen Brooker; son«, "Five Little Dicky Birds," juniors ; rental ion, "Tivt Kittens," junior!*; son", "The .Skylark," school children ; ji-tlnguu, "The Poppy and the Diisy," Gnen Davie* and Amy Ling ; "A Song for Arl.oi D<iy,", .school children ; recitation, "An Eieicist fill' Ailmr l)iy," Lizzie Shay, Jim Shay, j><u iiiH.ii limnker. Alheit Ling ; action ton};, junior* ; limitation, "The Biid-lie^deil Mini," Ted 0 lie less ; Bong, "The Seasons," school children ; reci^ition, "A...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Korong Election. CR. W. WILLIAMS AT INGLEWOOD. A LARGE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 June 1914

Korong Election. CR. \V. WILLIAMS AT INGLHWllOP j A LA I'll)H MK:;T!N^. I Cr. W. .V||'!j|. s, of CI) rirvi. ••'• c»":est'- " ti■ ■ K ii< -is .-iC'miii, .1! t-i' '1 • jc'■ > J; 1 ,w , V 'ii n ,il .V. ' l"-t .(! •>* -l> I'-llf Jl* If I . it | uu..ifbc.- j/ui.p!.! nui jjiOior. J .r(n: .if, tending, theio was n largo attendance. • 1 >n the motion of Messrs .Seeombc an l Piikin wiii Cr. J. Wells, in the absence <if the Mayor, was voted tc the chair. Cr.' Wells, uftcr apologising for the Mayor's absence, briefly. introduced ihu candidate. | Cr. Williniiis who mot with a good. ie cepfion, stated it-wns his intention In make his address a short one. (Ie deeply 10 gretted tho occasion for the election, and the deith of the Hon. T. Iiaiindoii, who had lieen tin old aad person*! friend of .'10 yuitis' stindiug. He hid been secretary to .Mr Lanffdon's committor on tho lust i>cci 9ioii when tint gcntlcm in h id contestod »n election, and consenuontly wis inti...

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

Golf. At a meeting of the committee of tbe local club held on Friday evening it" was decided to hold tlie annual tournament on tlie 19tb#nd 20th August. The annual ball will beheld op the evening of tlie 19t.li. A mixed foursomes handicap jyjl! be held qn Saturday for the/trophy ^donated by 5Ir. J; Bloan. The draw/will appoarin next issue. " ~ v' A mixed foursomes (handicap sweep stake was played oa SatUrday"," '14'pairs' handing in their cards. The event was won by F. E. Jennings and Mr*. A. Jen nings, who put up the excellent round of 78 off the stick. Mr. Disdain* and Miu Wiggins, 84—5—79, and|V. Symonds and Bliss Oavanagh, 92—13—79, tied for second honors. Afternoon teafwas provided by the Mies. • 3Bm 1

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TAKING THE TIDE AT THE FLOOD [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 June 1914

|A"KIN3 THE TIDE AT THE F'.OOD i Tlie story of the life of Sir Josc-rh I Duvecn, v.hose death was announc-d | recent!}', reads Ii!;e a romance. Fro 11 ) k working blacksmith to a wealthy art ] connoisseur <vho guvs a new picture- ] gallery to the country of his a'isptioc mull a long step; but the youn^ I blaekamith, when he came to Huli from Holland, must have had in him that in taltlYo love for and Unowled^o .if-arV; «klefc are ao often an instinct ia hi* . Aaottir wnaW» man waa Mr. Mmos Antrvwa, at Cardiff, who d!«d HflM an al MT«ftr-tkre«, laavtaa a IMh whleh ia wttaatetf at a mil lMk UHbli to raat or writ*; ha stMM W*naai by kawklag ptaa Mi tafM MM M ktl MM fcltnaclf. farm lag fea «Nt lata a vaMaty at baMMSMi Mt al laat kla propartlM co«Mai at Mm •* omnlbuaaa la Cum*, lulu. ■aaebeaUr, Plj— tt aad MrtHNlfe; tramway* la «w loM MM MH a ballder'a kiAM • it'Ml «aMfc-bail4lag factory, cab yatfL faraKaiw-rttBovlng eatablisb ztMUB. UlHtato^ baalneas, restaur aafla/Wrty niw ta...

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Korong Election. ATTITUDE OF CATHOLIC FEDERATION. WILL TAKE NO SIDE. BUT SUPPORT THE CANDIDATE WHO SUPPORTS THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 June 1914

korong Election. ATTITl'DK OF c'ATHOIili' FKDKRA • "JTION; - \WUi TAKK NO SIOK. IUTT Sr^POUP TliK CANDIDA'IR AVI I M,-sAh>R( >uts them. At tho conclusiori of Mhss nt St. Mury'c R.C. Church 011 Sundiy uvcuiim address, dealing with the ncripturo in sehaola; quos tion and the present contest for the Koronj peat weie delivered t>y Mes»iA. H. Coatellon nnd J. E. Burke, reprcscntini: (he Central I Council of tilts Catholic Federation of Vic tori i. The speakers were intioduced by the Rev. Father Howill, whn made brief reference.to tile occasion of theit visit'. It would be recognised lint tho matter which • caused this, was i>f impoi tance. At the present "limo it was hoi'ft question of any man's standing or social jicifition. but a ijuestion of the education of their youth, and religion, of course. The tension for the attendance of the speakers was the election for the Korong scat which was about to take place. They did not under take to carry a brief for anyone and had iio s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 June 1914

ELECTION NOTICE*. Korong State Elections. MR. A. f!KAY, Uie sheeted Liberal eindidate, will addreis electors »> mulsr:— - Tueidnv, 23r«l June—Jarklau, 2 p.m.; Juniember, 4 p.111; Serpentine, 8 p.m. Weunefdav, 24th June.—Calivil, 11 a.m.;' Mitiaiiio, 4 p.m.; Pingee, S p.m. Korong Election. Or. WILLIAM WILLIAMS, I.jljprn) V\?~1LL' address the Elector! aa (ol ' » lows j— ! Tuesday, 2flrd.—Kingower, 11; Rheola, 2; 1'en ton's Creek, 4; Wedder burn, 8. WsdiiftJuy, 24th. - Wychitella, U; Mysia, 2; Boning, 4; Korong Vale, 8. « , ' • • Thursday, 25th.—Nine Mile, 11; Buck rafinnyule, 2; Charlton, 8. Korong Election. Friend* and Suppnrtpri of. Mr. A A. GRAY are requested to meet at the Town,Hall TO-NIGHT, at 8 o'clock ,!"• 'harp. Businoss of great importance in folaiimi to tho election. ' • . ARTHUR .1ENMKG8; ; Secretary People's Party. Korong Election. SCRIPTURE IN SCHOOLS. , TOWN HALL, INGLEWOOD, TUURSDAT, S5. RF.Y. JOSEPH NICHOLSON (.Super ■ intendent and I.ecturcr Scripture Instruction ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 June 1914

I I lie secretary, of the Ingletvood Hosui Ul f.NIr, Samuel Deohle), nck-howlod'es with-tlwnks the receipt of the following ?— £l from collections liy Messr,<i •Ansett'aiid •Jennings. Come, tight the fnn with sword a ml gun, With dreadnought, vholl nnd slidt" Coiiit;, drive the' nlieri hordes (nv.iy, Pioteot thin lovely spot. But first he well and Hlrmjg and liold, Let.each hi* lieslth atjiure,. By dpiriny ill health right avrcjf .■ With \Vood»' Cr*at ruppgrruint Cui#,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 June 1914

CALKS BY AUCTION. ■ - I' Thomas Morrow & Co, * Auotioneera. STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, . Ingle wood and Bendlgo, WITH Brandies at Charlton, Wyehe proof, Boort, Locks, Newttwd 'Pyitlohc, Kilmote and l«nMfieU. ' '""" " t&NDaiul CLEARINU SALES' ' Conducted in all [.arts of tfio Slate. Loans Mediated'on broad acree at low rates Ripkesknt :— Djklgety and Co Limited. Pearson, Rowe, Smith and Co. T. Kobinson and Co, Propty, Ltd. . TVitcher and Co, Superphosphates.' ihiep and Cattle Trucks promptly secured and loaded. Sales of Stock Will be bjfcl on. the following dntea: YOHKl'KOOK Toeaday, JUNE S3 UJAKLION Wednesday, JUNE 24 6UAMPATOOK Thursday, JX'KE 25 ttOOKT . . Friday, JUNE 20 • Ami every racceeding Fovmioirr a» «Mh of above place*. Inglewood Market 1HCRSDAY. JUNE 25. f J1HOMAS MORROW ana CO. announce 1. that they will hold their usual sale at above,' at their yards, on the above date, when ther will offer— PIGS. 8 Slipi • 2 Porkers FAT SHEEP. 70 prime Xbred Wethera 60 p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 June 1914

Adverti*e District! TO AhfTiVmbH 'if-'MAY CONCERN. I If vouwiih'yourdistrict to gain prom I inence, do tiibt lte«* the' knowledge of local bappeiiijujario yourself.'' Itjrou with events in .wJiiift'you »re interested to be mtule public, Vjiitt drop a liiw to " The Advertiser '.'C.oflife in .time to: allow of arran»emente being made for * reporter to Hi tend, or, failing tliftt, try your own J hand flt reporting: v\Don't bother to uoyf great extent about the composition on articles; just write fully and clearly—the editor will do the rest. Weddings, deaths,• accidents, concert*, ■ports, social gatherings and personal purasirnplis are all of interest to your neighbors, and by drawing public atten tion to your district you are doing a good rrorl;. ' That tlipro is reason for tliis; reminder is not our fiult. AVu have, unfortunately, tio miraculous power of knowing what is tiapl'f-'tiing.in all the area served'bv tin's journal,-but are desirous,' with your co operation, of lessening our...

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Election Matters. FRIDAY NEXT POLLING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 June 1914

Election Matters. FRIDAY NEXT POLLING DAY. Friday next is polling day. lor the elec tion to till the Korong vacancy, and voteg may be recorded at the various booths throughout the electorate between the hours of 8 a.m. and 7 p.m. A list of the polling glares in the Inglewond and Serpentine divisions appears in another column. The postal voting svgtem .is in opera tion for those who will be more than five miles from their polling booth, or for those that are sick. Application for. pos tal ballot papers is to he made by the voter to tne returning ofliccr, Sir. J. Treble, Wedderhum. Preferential voting will operate, and in marking ballot papers electors will he required to'plaro the figure 1 opposite the name of the candidate for, whom they wish to vote. The Rev. Joseph Nicholson is elsewhere announced to deliver an address at the Town Ilall on Thursday evening. His subjects will be "Shall there be Rome Rule in Vioioria?"-aud "Cr. Gray's atti tude to Catholic Federation." Admission is ...

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The Inglewood Advertiser, TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 June 1914

%>\t ingleteb ^bfartiacr, TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1911. The Mayor presided at the Police Court   on Saturday morning, and made an order in a case Brookes and Cubbins v J. Cerchi   0n a claim for $5 18s, use and occupation of a house..Costs amounting to $10.6 s         were allowed. be sure to go along to the Town Hall this evening and seo n tirst-class enteiliiin roent by Ad Cree and his talented company] of artist*. Among those contnbutir.^ to thn evening's entertainment are tlio Misses Croe and Stewart, and lovers of tho violin litem for a treat when Miss Ivy Eiston luodlcs the bow. Mr. It. A. Uiittli'iiinn, \ tlie eminent, hv.itonp, isasingor of rousing, rollicking songs, and lesicicnts will no doubt attil themselves of hearing this clover company. No extra chaige for bonking at Miss Southey's.—(Advt.) The English Follies Company, which, found marked favor ou the occasion of its rccent tour through the dis...

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Inglewood Hospital. (Incorporated.) SPECIAL COLLECTIONS LIST, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 June 1914

Inglewood Hosnital. (Incorporated.) SPECIAL COLLECTIONS LIST, 1914. Collected by Measra Taysnm nnd Sy inoims.—Molly Cuvanngh, 8d; Meaditmes P. Kennedy, O'Toole, Doritzi, p. Thomn ann, W. Martin, C. K. Wilson, Bis' Matthewson, E. Keel, J. Wilson, Gii' Ortint, <j. Martin, Briggs, Hayes, Stringer, Messrs It. Gray, G. Garon'e, G. Freestone, Is each ; VV. Matthews, W. F. Wood, W. Hiinnah, I). llo\vley,G. Leech, II. Dowling, jun, 1). Bird, Meadames B. I Cnrr, Hnsmuseen, F. Powell, P. McCarty,' Powell, sen, J, Cudoza, Ash A'orth, lames,! Misses V. Taysom, L. Thomas, Gibbon, 2g each; C. Delbridge, Hartley, Knob lock, J. Simons, C. Wilsorij W. Hutchin son, Fitzpatrick. Mesdnmes SteDhenson. . Davis, \V. "Jones; sen, J. Km tow, H. Dotting, Berea'ford,' Bingcr, Humphrey, J. Stokes, P. Garone, T*verner-\Vnlker, Roberta, \V. Puckey, Mlas Puckey, Nuraea ■ Mat-on, Ditterieh, Long, 2a Oil ouch; A. r Brooks, 4s; Anderson Bros, J. Picone, A. Barnes, W. Lnmont, A. II. Appleby, juii, ' E. Uwe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 June 1914

Korong Electiqn. \f fl. fiRAY claims pot to havp ''pro 1*1 mised" to support the Scripture Referendum on the one hand, »nd yet to hgve asked me to "release liim irom it on the otlier." He incorrectly says I re leased him by saying: "Yes, curtainly," when I used 110 such words, hut naked ior the "new information'.' that had al tered tin- situation that I might give ''le "counter information." AVhile 1 brack eted liim-with M r. Williams as I icing in favor of tlio Scripture Referendum I did not Mention his name out of respect for his reijuppt, through Mr. John A. Craig, la Btiite his own case. Mr. Gray's per sonal "i,eeiilnr". views on cfjucatipn dii pot jiistify 1'iis' refusat to allow'a " major ity" iavorable to "Scripture lessons the right to rule itself, while allowing the "minority" personal freedom. The task i:odmuken by Mr. Gray of depyiny ^ ''ipwniersttuli'"' will Involve hiiti in prci |iou|ic£d ftcrqbatic political jugglery. JOSEPH NICHOLSON, polioses hair tonic. This prepara...

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 June 1914

MINING. p-^nect" nt Messrs Flanii'igsn nml .. claim, netr the Morning Stnr, nt'inuo to be of » highly encouraging ° hire Tlie KtoUO is ensily obtained, and 2'present the lucky prospectois lmvo some y 10 tons at grass.. , uli„i,b rovhiil in Uio industry hus been by. the formation of two co-nperHive' omnics one of which hits t-iken over the SKuwn Shier mine, while- the other mi micriito on the Nelson, reef, aitunted tn llie n-.rlh r.f the old G'irietfc and Long Tint success will iittond their en delivers "ill be the geneisl wish.

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GO[?]RSING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 June 1914

i cm'fisuvu. -The nejt ineetjngof the Bridgewater l^iQith plijl),. for f»i unliiiihpd number of d «gs Jib 1«», will he held on Wedneadnyj Ju.y at 5 i),i)i., inid ihe draw wi'l take placei at Bruly|e»vater J^ho same even* I Mr. C. Peveral, porter at the Biidgt> | water mil way station, hat been twin* tired to Bendigo, whoic he will fake up 'Ms duties of signalijjan. l>piju<» hja'jhrea years' resjdpficp there, Mr fevAaj V& mude n.any fiiends, who ire sciriy at fctf dttpnture, though they are p!ea»ed that the removal uu'an* 4 promotion. Operating porter^ linker, who has been transferrin! from Creswick, i* to till the vacancy caused by Mr. Feveral'fl removal.

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Empire Day, Serpentine. May 22nd, 1914. BALANCE SHEET. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 June 1914

Empire Day, Serpentine. May 22nd, 1914. I1ALANCK SIIKKT. Rkceiits: £ S. (1. General subscriptions 12 0 Collection lor Dance ... ... 1 11' 3 Vote by Sliire Council * 1 0 0 Timber for Swing by>:,. . i • S|iire Council ... ,#isTT HxrENniTUM:, 4 s, .(1. GUdnian Broj., pastry ... • ... 4 0 0 J. \Vell«, toys .... .. ....r ... 3 -0 0 ' Mi«8 Cerclii', pia'niate. ... fl 10 Q J. Bywater, fruit... "' ... ... " 12 0 Hire of Crockery -i- 9 6 T. Butler, erecting BW-ing'.y .... 10. 0 Mrs. I.ovell, groceries H 3. Mri. Neal, lolly baga ... ... 18 Printing, cte. " ; ' 12 9 • £12 3 3 Subscription lists on view at my office CHAS. E. ALBRECHT, Hon. Secretary. Shire Hall, Serpentine, June 25th, 1914.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 June 1914

It Comes Many Ways, But however it may como, the Remedy ranches all. a Kidney complaint may basin from many sources, such as cold, injury by nccident, or the result of other complaints.. How ever it may come, Doan's II ickache Kidney Pills always euro. Let this fact ho an eVer-present memory with you. A)l suf fereis should be interested in the follow '"jlr. II. Lane-wtor, Photographer, Hi_>h Street, Charlton, says "Jiackicho .tor luied mo d ty and niyht for months. The pains ivcie sharp and shooting, and would ftrilio me n'uht across tho loiris, mid Icnnld lint stnnp, and every movement w.ih it. stricted. At night I got liltlo rest, and iva-,i-'"iise<|Uontly,al .vays tired and languid A fiiend nil vised me to use Dunn's liiclc aclin Kidney Pills, so got -i bottle, and noticed ft great improvement after taking them for a few days. I persevered with I the remedy, and two bottles completed tho cine. It is two years since I used Dunn's Ointment, and as J havo lmd no sign n...

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The Inglewood Advertiser FRIDAY. JUNE 26, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 June 1914

84* luglttofr $wbfofrti3cr, FRIDAY. JUNE 26, 1914. The ordinary fortnightly meeting of the fire brigade whh held on Wednesday even ing, Captain T. J. Boag presiding over a full attendance of members. Officer J: Palmer and Firemen A. W. Rooliestui' and W. C. Simons were each presented by tne captain with three ye irs' service certificates. Amongst correspondence received was th<* following satisfactoi y letter from tile secre tary to the Country Kire Brigades Hoard: — "The Chief Officer, when reporting od his recent visit to your toivn, specially mentioned the excellent order in which the station and appliances are kept, and the Buard instructed me to write expressing their commendation. They .were very pleased to hear that so much, interest is taken by the brigade in this.respect." During this week the Government stat ist, Mr.'A'. M. Laughton, will post 'about 37,0#0 cards to the .farmers" in the wheat and oat-gro'wing districts,' with the request that they will.furnish t...

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SPORTING FOOTBALL, [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 June 1914

SPORTING , 0 FOOTBALL, A eoting of the Inglcwooil chili w is held 'in Saturday evening, Mr. 'IV J. piesid<»:if, occupying tliu chair. A l'.uki-r was unpointed se'cietury, vice A • 1(. Tay. soni, t (signed, with A. I'unie nsMftint secretary. .It was-decided .that..,the pro posal, tlmt tlie association cowl. two coin liined tennis to Bendign on. July11th to play matches iniainst tho Bendigo S;«tui <l ly Traders' Association tie approved subject to its adoption tiy the • other- associated clubs. Th» president and. Mr. P. F. Daniel wero appointed to net as time-keeper and goal umpire respectively. It was decided that a hearty vote of thank* he aeemded to Mrs. Boag for her kindly net ion in providing refreshments for players. \ statement of funds showed a credit balance of L2.'3 8s lid, after the disclnrge of an indebtedness totalling L15 4s (ij. To-morrow Inglewood will journey to Wedduihum, and Bridgewnter to Korong Vale. The usual special train arrangement* will ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 June 1914

I 3T " .. . - , . ..vv.y- ci ;e to b?-.y WATCHES, CLOCKS, ELECTROPLA.TE and JEWELLBEY. at ' GREATLY REDUCED RATES As we have decided to alter Our Premises, acd put in aD " Up-to-Daie Window and Shop Fittings, We are holding an Extraordinary Sale with a reduction of 3s in the £ .< Everything to be Reduced 15 per caat. off wiucow p .• DON'T MISS IT ? The very time to buy presents cheap. Special reduction- in E.?. Varo. _:o raasoiiabU* »ff .r <*. J. B. EDWARDS, Practical Watchmaker, Jeweller & Optician Phone|737. Pall fVfaU, Sehdige (near Mitchell-street ifa<i4V" Price for the Set -5/6 This handsome set including Silver Plated Mustard Pot (with spoon), Silver Plated Pepper Box(and Silver Plated Salt Pourcr o"crcd at the remarkably low price ol 5/C for the cel. All these-articles ire strongly made in the style now so popular, and form by far the most serviceable and artistic table set yet introduced. The quality and value Kaa never been aurpasscd...

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