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

HOW TO NKUT1UL1SE DANGGROTS STOMA CM A CI 1>.S. Frif pcnpL- l.p-i(ii;s piyiv.»H-p |||U iiiipmiajice <•/" Iceepuin llie food piin tent* of till- cliniMch five fioiii .'icjtl iVir iiiciitiilinn.' HuiUliv minimi ilii>i>sMm'i Icimiot Uke pliicc while tliu delienU Ifjiiii" cf tliu stnutttpli i<; lieiim inflnmed n"'id cli. - tended hy/lcii) an J wind —tliu n>»iilu n fi;n»rnlin» fond in the stomach. Tnseeiriv perfect digestion, feitiienUtinn mu.-t be stopped in prevented, Mid [lie neid m-iUi.i lised. Kin- this purpose physiciins usually recommend j»e«linsi n little ln«tir>i*vtl m->» m-soa fruiii llie chemist .«nl ii-iif-.-i WJisp'iotiTirr in a little hut «r cold wuter ij;)i)ie<ljil/)ly nftt'r eitinu'. They recom mend bjs.yrited h(j(;,iu-»" it is pleasant 11,1 Ujiv, Im.s no after elfeoU. tmjl instantly stf.ps fei mentation, ueutnlisL's the acid und iiiuke.s the sour acid fond bland, sweet, und • isily 'digested. Tlifc 1 i>»ti'l«» use of....

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 June 1914

Gmul h is:iiiMe tlnu gold, ot! VoCe Sui]/'' r- . And yet it ility be boiight. Jjo trutjt h Inter, ,\U m iy obtain Woods' Pepjici mint- 0urp.. Tlio HBOfetHiy;.«f the..I'H;jluwood. Hospi-. ,ul (Xlr. 8-itumii Duoble), nnknnwleilgei ■.villi lliuiiks tlie iocoipt cf llie f.itloiviiii; ■ - j 5a fi'om collection* by M tssis. Miikepwica | und Rochester; fls <ii frimi,collections..liy ; Mesars. H. Tny<uin iiud.S. SyuiontW. A reminder is given of the vi»it of the Knglish Follies Coy. to be p»id to-night,. The compiriy is celebrated for the letinef', (Siifertijnipg 51)4 pleaxing nature of ip peiforiTi tncps,' iin<I porijfquerit'ly' j.t \y^l wditliy of pitronusH. . 'I' The nr\ll service .Uftwepn Inulewnnd nnd Jtrklun changos htndd on l'uejday ucxt, 30th inst, Mr A . l>anrenH, the auccenoful tenderer, nuking his first run on Wedtiea i»y.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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POSTAL RATES AND RECULATIOWS [Where [?] term "The Commonweaion" is [?] in conneetion with these rates and[?] latious it includes Prpua Lord Howe, [?] [?]nd, and orfolk fsland.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 June 1914

POSTAL RATES AND RECULATIOWB .[Where tveaK.i" is rates ami i 'Lord Howe * ? torrn "Tho Common . i'i connection with tocse iations it includes IVpua. *n*i, and Norfolk Isbij'J.J LKrmis. r or fiverv i o'liieo or fraction theruyl. For delivery within [ho Comiuoij weahh 0 1 For delivery Li the Iiritiah Em pire 0 1 For delivery in tbo hew HebriA2i>, l!;'.n!;s, P.I'd Tcrri!6 Inlands ,. (? S For deii.crv in other places .... 0 si iiK'rniu cmivq. ' For delivery uhhic tie Comnionw^rdttii Siiigl..', id. caoh; reply, Id. eadi hiUl, •For delivery isi tVs UritiaU Enpire (£39 list oi pi.'.'.-.a cati-sr "letter!)—&a> g:e, Id. ciivh. For ui-Ii-. cry in Mc? Hi'or-daa, E-iois, aiii Tjirrva Iaiendy—Sit®!#, 2<S. cosh. For delivery in ctksr piaosa— fihr.sls, L'jd. each. POST CARD3. Single Roitcwrdjj impressed witi Oh Id. stamp, and lleplv or double cirds, each hail of whics its the Id, impressed thereon, may bo trawnii to places within the Comn'ontreaUfa, to those places, enumer...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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KORONG ELECTION. Polling Day to-day. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 June 1914

• PolSi^g"' Day To-day. To-day is polling dly fnV the election to (ill lhe Kurong sent, which is being cmi lesled by Or. A. Guiy, of SVedderburn, and Cr. W. Williams, of Charltoii. Uoth candidates have been bcforo local audiences, and both, in the short time at their disunsal, Inve energetically conducted their cwunbJ, - therefore their views are well known. Interest in (he conteM. is keen throughout the electorate, and a large poll is expccted. For the information of the public ;thu re sults', as fur as it is possihlo to obtain them, will be .posted up »t the ' "Adveitiser" Oflice this evening. Polling booths will open at 8 a.m. aDd close at 7 p.m. Preferential voting, will operate, and in nun king billot papers elec tors will bo required to'place the tiaure 1 opposite the name of the candidate, for whom they wi,«h to vote. ..| A meeting of Lhc friends and supporters of Cr. Oray was held at the Town Hall on Tuesday evening, when a committee was formed to work in his interest. (To T...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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GOLF [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 June 1914

■ ore ; ; .V iuixed foursome nill lie played off on the links to-inorrou* fi>i .ft .trophy domteil by MrJ.$!o;in, Play wili conimiMioo nt y.o'olook. Afceuiomi ton «ilf lie (irevideii lij; tlio Indie*. The following no the linn - dicnps and diaiv :— J. C. Mor 10iv mid .Miss D-iiiildsnn, 1", v H. Tnj'som tiruVMis's Colitis,.17; R. Smith and Mia A. Jemimas. G, v W. Tutch'ell, juu'r, ;tiid Mis." Iswc, 1Q. \V. Titchell, aeni', und .Miss Wiggins, 13, VDr G. Ddiavit) :»nd Mi.^s C;i,v»niig!], 5. ■ J, M. D.ivies atid Miss 0. Humphrey 13, * \V. Ltmuni imd Miss M. Humphrey, "£J. F. E)idd.ii;;.s and J.jiss .fentiings, Ij, f F. .Jennings ^nd Aliss 'J'ntpliell, J2. "J. McLeish imd Miss jjijtoii, 6q, y Ji Isaac and Miss liutgess, 9-i Q. mid Miss dray,-30,.v Y. $)'» mnnds mid Miss Soutliey, 1H. L. G.irson and Miss McKo-tn, 22, v II. Leiyh and Miss M. Kelly, 21. J. H.'Turpio and Miss Sloan, 22, v J. Ditniut Mid Miss Taysom, 22. R. Jenrvings and Miss U. Uuiloy, 24, r S3—WrtSiitand Miss M. A k'MI* ...

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

COMMERCIAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE CO. ■JPire luyi-raure (Houre?, Haystacks and Standing Crops) I Ave Stock and Foaling Risks At Lowest Rates. A tent {or Inglewood and District— F. H. SYMONDS, Brooke-street, Inglewood Agent for— Mitchell & Co's. Agricultural Implements, Ploughs, Drills, Harvesters, Harrows, Pise. Cultivators, Reapers anil Binders, Mowers, Hay Hakes, Oil Engine?, Diaholo Creain Senarators, Milking Machines. Bond Graders, Farm Holler?, Uoad Hollers, Chaffciitters. llorseworks. Also AGENT F<>11 Mutual Life & Citizen's Lif-f Assurance Co. M O T O R S Basaaasa AND CYCLES. THE INGLEWOOD MOTOR GHR&GE Specialises in all clashes of H Engineering. Motor Electrical -/j Mechanical. L| Cars for Hire at All HotirsJ In the charge of competent drivers^ Xotf. these Si'Eciai. Fr.ATrp.ES: |j Plant is right Up-to-date. H All -Work undertaken and satis- g faction guaranteed. All Lathe Work is done on the premises at a moment's notice, thus saving patro...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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MR. NICHOLSON AT INGLEWOOD. CR. GRAY'S SPEECH CRITICISED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 June 1914

MR. NICHOLSON AT INGLEU'OOD. CR.' GRAY'S SPEECH CRITICISED. At the Town Hull, Inglewood, l.iat evening, the. Rev J. Nicholson, Supeiin tcndentnf the Scriptuie Campaign Council, addressed ii l»r»e audience, and dealt with. Cr Gray's attitude towards the. .Catholic Kederation and also criticised that, gentle man's jecont speech. Mr. Nicholson said he was there to justify the statements lie had al ready made. When Cr Gray asked to he icleased from his promise to support this referendum, and announced that he wis .ig'iin'st it, and when that became known -it. \Wddcrhuiii, a number of people expiessed exsictly the thought correctly reported in the "Tiibune" of his Buckiabanyule ad diess. He would «iy without any reserve that a larye number of Cr. Gray's friends had said that, not only at the two places referred to, hut at other places. Cr Gray had on severil occasions expressed, bis sympathy with the referendum movement, and on one ocpasion ip a very direct form! j When petitions *era be...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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LODDON VALLEY ASSOCIATION. TARNAGULLA v. NEWBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 June 1914

LCD DON VALLEY ASSOCIATION. TAR.VAC4.ULLA v. NEWBRIDGE. These teams met nt Tarnagulla on Sat urday, an interesting game resulting. Up to h:ih'-titm; Hie game. was evenly con tested, '..nt after this, stage Newhr'tje put up ,i substantial lead and won ce a krtal ,y. On the start Allen and Crackne'.i frr warded to Williamson, Tarnagutli.'s first goal resulting. Newbridge registered a tingle in quick time, and, after a period of hard tussling on the right wing MeAl iece forwarded to Maxficld, a long shot by this player scoring a mcond ralnor. On the kick-off Burehall, Allen and Ou« ley forwarded, but Holland and Maxfield returned and McAleice scored a goal. Pasees by Harding to Patterson to Wil liamson put Tarnagulla again in the lead, the latter once more finding the right opening. . The scores at the call of tira# were— Tarnngulla, 2 goals. Newbridge, 1 goal2 behinds. On the start of the second quarter Tar gulla forwarded. A good try 1)>; Patter son wad marked in goal by McAleice,...

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

•AUKS BY AUCTION. SERPENTINE STOCK SALE. 1000 Crossbred Sheep. Thursday, July 2, 1914. JOHN WATSON A CO. will hold their next Stock Sale at .Serpentine as above, wheu the present entries include— 370 oi osahml and comp\)ac\: pwi-'S, 4, Q • ujk] §• too'Jh; largo percentage of inafked lambs a( (oat by Shrop. . and Lincoln rums. ftOO crossbred and comeback weaners, well woo)led, u'ood condition, mixed se*en. 00 meriiio ewes, 4 tooth, witli lambs at foot. These sheep are a splendid lot, in fine condition, and are being held for this sale, so we can recommend buyers to attend. KNTRIES INVITED. Send. particn\»ra• Jo W. ii! col'.TTS, Sprjtefitjpe, df ^unx watsox ^ go., JSepdi-io.' KORONG ELECTION. Record your Vote thus ; GRAY, . [2 WILLIAMS, Wm, " c." A Ballot Paper will be rejected if it does not indicate by, the n^ure I the Elector's with. WOIFE'S-SCHHAPPS" 8pells Perfection in Liquor. It It a Popular Tonlo. PUBLIC NOTICES. Electric tram drivers wanted. Hood opening for smart vounginen. ...

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

•ALE* BY AUC.TIOM. I Thomas Morrow & Co, Auctioneers. >y'!\ STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, P< Iriglewood and Bendigo, • tlTITH Branches at Chariton, Wyche proof, Boort, Logan. Newstead Pyalone, Kilmoreand Lanceneld.. LAND Mid CLEARING 8ALEB .Condnotedin all parts of the State. Loans •" Negotiated on brbail acres at low rates ' .Rephesext ;— ' "Djklgety and Co Limited. . -Peterson, Bowe, Smith and Co. , T.Robinson and Co, Propty, Ltd. Wiecher and Co, Superphosphates. .Sheep and Cattle Trucks promptly secured and loaded. Sales of Stock ;.'WUI bahald on tire following datta: «yCHEPR001\ Tuaaday, JUNE 23 ViUSLTOM Wedneaclay, JUNE 24 UVAMBATOOK Thursday, JUNE 25 I008T .m Friday, JUNE 26 Ami every succeeding Fo*tkiohi at each of above place*. Inglewood Market IHORSDAY. JUNE 25. ' r|WOMAS MORROW ana CO. announce i that they will hold their usual sale ai above, at their yards, on the above data, when they will offer— Sheep, Cattle, Horses Logan Stock Sale TUESDAY, JUNE 23, ...

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

Advertise Your District I TO AI.L WHOM IT MAY CONCKRN. If von wish vour district to gain prom • do not 1;cm the linowledgo of !!n„l happenings to yourself. Jf-.you wish ' i„ which von :>!'o interested to lie j n„,lepnblir, just i/iop a lino to "The AilvcrtWr" lim0 t0 n"0,v of Brrgii-'Oiiicnts bein;,' liinile (or i reporter tn i;a>iu/, or, failing Hint, try your own hand nt report in-. Don't bother to anj i L,ii extent about the composition of nrticloo: jv.pt write fully and dearly—the . alitor will do Iho rest. I Wcdiiin^.-', deaths, accidents, concerts, •iwrts. slitherings ami personal «ari"Viipiis arc nil of intercut to vonr and hy drawi'iif; public ntten I tio/Tto vonr district you ure doing a "pod irort. That Hi''11- i" reason for this reminder Is not our fault. We have, unfortunately, no miraculous iwwer of knowinj: what is ■happening in all the area served hv this journal, but. are desirous, with yotir co operation, of lessening our limitations. Writs the mimes of person...

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Presbyterian Church. SUNDAY, JUNE 28th. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 June 1914

Presbyterian Church. SUNDAY, .TUNE 28th. 7 p.m.—REV. A. L. G. ASH, MA~-' "Should the Bible be a factor in Edu cation." All interested in Education | invited.

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Church Notices. ANGLICAN. SUNDAY, JUNE 28th. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 June 1914

Church Notices. ANGLICAN. SUNDAY, JUNE 28lh. The last of the Jubilee Celebrations, j Inglewood— , ' 81.111., II.C. 11 a.ra., Matting. 3 p.m., Children's Service. 7 p.m., Evensong. .Preaqher-'.for the day,.77; Rev.; J. II. Dewhurst. Kurting— ■ 2 p.m., Evensong Brldgewater— • <!.45 p.m., Evensong All service# by the Vicar. ' Powlett — 3 p.m., Evensong. Korong Vale— 7 p.m., Evensong. All services by Mr. Hunt.

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Powlett. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 June 1914

  POWLETT.   (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) The annual Arbor Day picnic was held on Friday last week under most favor able weather conditions. The attendance was large, thereby testifying to the popu larity of the event. Miss Martin, the popular teacher, was untiring in her efforts to promote the enjoyment of all. After a hearty luncheon had been partaken of by the children the sport of the day com menced. The prizes were silver coins, and as every child received one there were no disappointments. Tea, provided by the ladies, followed the sports, the meal reflect ing credit upon those responsible for its provision. Towards evening a large bonfire was lit, and display of fireworks given. Rockets, Roman candles, wheels, crackers, and all other conceivable' kinds of "com bustibles" were set off, to the keen enjoy ment of the young folk present. The display provided a lively ending to a most enjoyable day. Cr Thomas Kelly, presi dent of the school committee, suitabl...

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The Scott Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 June 1914

The Scott Fund. Some months ago Mr James Scott, wlju li»s boon a rccidcnt of the district for ;jo yaws, )»til the misfortune to lose it foot through blood poisoning.' Recently a movement whs put oil foot to establish h fund by which Mr Scott could bo provide ' • irith jurartilicial foot. Good support I. .. been accmdcd, but further donations are' required. - These n)>iy lie' left with the collectors, Messrs J. M.' Needs and J. W. Cerclii. or at the "Advertise" Ollico. Wo hire i'f" requested to Hckmuvled-je tho follmviii}.' contributions:—Mr Brtmks, J. liennett, G. Nixon, VV. Wallace, 0. .Shep herd, Is each ; Mrs All 'form, (id; Mr Dot'mt, 2d ; E. Wilsmore, J.s ;■ 10. A. Vant koit, Ds ; F. Rasmusscn, W. Simons, \V. Woods, J. Picon i, J a each • W. Hannah, 2s Cd; Mrs T. Anderson, Is; Fiiend, Cd j Miss Anderson, W.M., Friend, S, Bailie, 11. Tresise, Unknown, Mr? Bong, p, tlowellf, G. Male, Is each ; Fiiend, Cd ; ivrr Rolfe, J. Bailie, 2s each ; J. Donaldson, 2s 6d ; E. Jewell, (id i...

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Pompapiel. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 June 1914

Pompapiel. | On I'lidny ;i wi'll-:ilt('iiilu-.l meeting "f lidies w:is held in ihe iinto-rnpni of the Serpentine Shiie 11 ill to consider nitvinsuf pusing funds towards the promised exten sion of lliu hull, which i« much too enwll for ontciI iimii.;iiU. Mis« K. Hin.si-tL win" ■ippolnted pik.-i.le'nt. ivith Jlrs Et:» *'* k secretary, mid .Mrs Alhrecht treasurer. It • »v:is decided to hold a Imz uir in the spii»;. ■Satisfaction is expressed throughout the district on the return of Mr A. (jiay fur the Koroii" electorate Constable t'littorini li:ts resumed duty t Serpentine after his lengthy illness. f;' Miss Mulvehill Ikk been' appointed to the Serpentine State school, vice Mi-* Co'ikely, relieving. Miss Spencfr I''1* taken chiirtjo of th« it-opened Villook Sfato ichool, ■ :

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KORONG ELECTION. CR. A. GRAY RETURNED. MAJORITY OF 1026. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 June 1914

KORONG ELECTION, CI!. A. OKAY UKTUUNICIX MAJ.OIMTY OF 1020. Pulling took place on Friday Tlir tli» election tif » member for. tins K umi'; in tho Legislative! Assembly In till tlin vacancy caused liy the death of the Hon. T. LnbRiton,. M.L.A. I1 inl* weather pre vailed, and- conswi-oently there was ilr) hindrance to electors; attendm;; the booihy. iTlie women's franchise operated fur the lirft time in the electorate. The caiuli dates were Cv. A- %;iy. of Wedderbuni, the selected Libev.U <;,indidtae, -Hid Cv. \V. Williams, of Charlton, who also stond in the Liberal intorest.;.. Or. Willi.ml? favored a referendum beiug taken on the question of scripture instruction in State school*, whilst Cr. Gray wis-opposed to it. 'I hi* was the in lin issue on which the election was contested. ' The content was tho first that h n taken place in the electorate sine# 18'-)2, when sir Laliydon was returned out of a lield of eiaht candidates, b'rom that date, up tn the time of his-recent de...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 June 1914

Fr-r Coughs and Cold*, J>1» Wooii|>' peppermint Clh».

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ANGLICAN. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 June 1914

ANGLICAN. .T'";Jast of the sdryicea in nounectjun with St. Augustine's jutjlloe were iield o*i Sunday last, when the Rev. H. Dew hunt, of Stawoll, officiated. During tliu evening service-the quartette, "If ye love me," was well rendered by Miss Smith (soloist', Miss Cavanagh and Meisrs. A. Ham and F. H. SviWmiHa n.„i ,.t ™n. elusion the To Deum was sun# as (he thanksgiving hymn of the jubilee. Daring the afternoon Mr. Dewhurst ipeciallv addressed the children. -....... For tlie success of the celebrations, which were splendidly managed and car ried out in every detail, a word of praise U due the Rev. C. A.Grant, who was the dominatingspirit of the movement. Apart irora its success from the jubilee Aspect, this should have the effect .of giving th« church work generally a healthv stini: ulus.

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Church Notes. PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 June 1914

Church Notes. PRKSBYTERIAX. On 'Sunday evening last tlie Her. A. 1 G. Ashl M.A., dealt with the problem, "Should the Bible be ii factor in Educa tion." It was generally agreed, he pointe^l out, that the State as the responsible agent in education should teach morality. It was only.thus that the foundation of good citizenship could he laid. Lini eoukl '1110rality.be. taught without a religionj sanction that would confirm it and L'iva it-validity? Mr. Ash argued that tho philosophy of history denied the possi bility of stich. He examined tlio secular basis of morality, and showed that <<nlr two answers had been pjit forward tit [lis ground or rationale—that of Hedonism and Utilitarianism—and both were un satisfactory. The former, with its pleas ure and pain basis, waB contrary to expe rience and the principles of evolution, and the latter, with its formula of "thegreat eac good to the greatest number," failed to create an obligation to do right. A favour could ne...

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