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MOLIAGUL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 January 1914

moliagul. ;; ;; (,„oM.ouii c«ttiiE«iit>s»»K»T:. H i* with sincere rejjrnt Unit I |WV(. report. t'iu death of "" ,,l<! a»<l respectcd .evident of in the noraon of Mr. Kraniita Tiolonr, who tlieci at the Mary I IioiourIi hospital, whore lie wont for treat merit ft few wecks Friday, at (lie mo of. 82 yMr ' reloav was an .old uionear »'ho It-Tt his native lurid, Cornwall, in the fifties to tiy his hick on Adutnlhin (ujl'dfieW!1* "e vii«ifcst1 many of the diKging.i ,nil was lit times very hicl;y. Ho at die" lierlin nisli (now 1{Iu*«Im) mid from them I"! emtio hi Aluli.i^nl to reside. ]|e it. hy trade, And followed dii.i (/'ecii|jiti"ii for many years, hut n fcw ivniortW",l<! M '• 'I'liiliiir was hilly luMlthy up l" ;i it'.w untiltli^ licfoiu his iIcHtli." In liij iiliiL'Stf lie tvus cheered mid confuted hy the kindly attention* of two1 ■ of InVfiit'-'K^i Slessi'H W. .Montgomery and j Iioyti.' , . . , . Mr Millur has heen vifitud tathct often j during t...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Spineless Cactus. INTRODUCED AT ROCHESTER. PLANT TO BE CLOSELY WATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 January 1914

The Spineless Cactus. "INTRODUCED AT KOCIIGSTKJ!. PLANT TO RK-CLOSKLV -WATCHED. An announcement. ny ti new Amei.io.in tjUler that lie intends t° plant on his irri .-ntion iilldtiiient nfear -Kochester some UfleteCMlw impo.tedfmm the United sLdWms been received with mixed fuel |n«. fllmt l'lt! HIY»vtl' "f l,le n!»Bt will1'® officially watched, lest it Should lie Mlnu'ed to revol t to its wild state and liecowo v noxious weed. ■ jjr, Klwond Mi' id, chairman of the tVster Commission, states that lie could unite understand people being anxious, »fter experience that Australia had had j nitli jjliuits which were at lirst supposed to J lie useful, and which were probably useful J ,)k.i] employed to i limited extent. Ho knew nothing of the proposal beyond llie intimation tint lie h id seen in the ores*. Tlss f^int'lcss cactus wis it fodder phut, liut it would be a ijnestion whttliei the p;itlicul-tr vaijety brought here ws> re,illy spineless. Some of the tVjddci pknts hud "whiskers." Th...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING. TENNIS. SERPENTINE v. INGLEWOOD B. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 January 1914

SPORTINU , TKAX1S. SKUl'KNTINK v. 1NGLKW0DD H. This match whh played at Serpentine on Saturday and proved a moat interesting 61tine, being decided by two games only. •Serpentine were repiescntedby tlicir strong' est four, mid put upa linrd light for » win, hut the I? team, o<vini; principally to the strong play of their captain,' Lium'ut. managed to finish ahead. Some very good l tennis ivjsplayed. Lunoiitand 0. Suther land won tile first rubber from A. C. Glad man and A. Smith by 12 (fames to (>. and although Owen and C. (iladman. defeated '.J. Sutherland and Taysom'by 12 games to ,8 in the next rubber, the B team w*s thus two games to the good. The third rubber fell to Lamont and G. Sutherland at 12 games to 7, the 12 second pair being left to (core six games in the iinal encounter -with A. C. Gladman and Smith to secure a win. The tiist sot ended in favor of Serpentine at 6—4, and with the home pair also taking the Hrst three gamos of the next set matters looked int...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 January 1914

TWO DOSES A COMPLETE CUKE. "I am subject to bowel trouble! which car.su pain and inconvenience," writel Mr. Alfred Wane, 185 Auburn Road, Au burn, Victoria, "but lmvu alwavs found two doses of Chamberlain's Colic -and Diarrh ea Remedy to effect a complete euro. 1 am pleased to know that there is such a sale and certain remedy ' AS Chamberlain's : 0olic and ' :0iafrhoe< Remedy, and always keep $ bottle Jiandy.'? Bold by W. Jeiinjpgs, storekeeper) Ju wood and Mysia, " -■>'

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 January 1914

OBITUARY. Tlie ileitli took place in a distressingly sudden minuet .tt. o|>«<k>f on Thurrlriy niylit nF Michuel Nootun, iiged 5!) yettr?, :i member of it funily .veil known in tliia dis trict, The deceased, aha tvus employed liy the H:iilw:iy Depnituient asv» lino re p*iter, left, home in the ninrhint! in his usmiljienlth, htit took lifid tim ing tlie d;iy, •ind cei-od work early. Towards evening he uppetrt'd tn recover from his aeizute mid ira^ up iiiii.^nifMUie of liisgiiind children, w)jen lie .suddenly died. The deceived Wits a htother In the lute Me*>i /ticluid noil Ouiiiel NnWnnri, ithfi at one time resided locally, und to the Mensn Xcoiiiin, piihlicnnH, <if Weddethurn und Wyeheproof. The remains iveie interred in the Kir>«ower cemetery on Saturday, the Kev. Father Condon conducting the Initial service. Air K. Wilsmore c/trtied out the moituary amusement*.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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East Loddon Shire Water Troubles. CONFERENCE WITH WATER COMMISSIONERS. LANDHOLDERS OBJECT TO PAY. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 January 1914

East Loddon Shire Water Troubles. ()l >NFKUENCK WITH WATKIt COMMISSIONERS. LANDHOLDERS OBJECT TO l'AV. For many yen* tIi«J people in tliu Kidiug of the .Shire of East LihIiIiiii liavo had ii grievance in respect to water r.iti'i, owtng to the fuct that while they wera obliged to piy the rates tlio.y got 110 water. In "recent years deputations have gone to the Stato Rivets and Water Supply Com mission on the matter, and there has been ii good dull of correspondence with the authorities. On Friday n meeting of rate payers was held nt the Tandarra Public Hall, when Messrs. Mead and Cnttnnacli, Water Commissioners, atteuded to heir representations by the landholders con cerned. A bout 40 ratepayers were present. The president of the shiro (Cr. W. Bissett) occupied the chair, and the commissioners were introduced to tho meeting by Mr. Lnngdon, representative, for the district in the Ijncislativo Assembly. The chairman'said rJio meeting hail ne<>n culled with » view to se...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 January 1914

PUBLIC NOTION. iWATCH THIS SPACE FOR STARTLING ANNOUNCEMENT A". PORTER & CO. IDEAL FAMILY DRAPER8 and TAILORS. Th» Corner Houb BROOKE ST., INGLE!WOOD. Show of New Sorinq Millinery. Saturday,Nov. 1st While Thanking our Numerous Patrons for Favors we are always pleased to welcome NEW ONES WNeal turtitwtaahHM* •PCCIAt. ADVERTISEMENTS. {A CARD.J Dr. Garnet W., Deravin, Snrgeon to th* Inglewood Hoipltel. BBQB to Intimate that he may b« Con mltad it the Room* of the hit* Dt Weinberg. VH|t» IrMgwHK Mondays and Thursdays IM • |Ji. to • pjfe. VMM Sown till o* tho hut PrMay m cmy aoath. Fablto Twdirtot. (A CARD.} Dr.A.Norris Wilkinson, M.K.GJ3 < England; L.K.C.P., London (Baceeeeor to lata Dr. Adams.) Hosonry Surgeon Inglewood Hospital Lite Hon. Surgeon to Port Pirie and Payleaford Hospitals. Visits : ■rldgtwattr: : Every Tuesday and Friday. Newbridge: Every Wednesday, 4 p.m Serpentire: Every 2nd Monday ir month. • i ALEX. BELL\ I.ate T. Phillips, Chemist & Druggist...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 January 1914

Advertise Your District! w a(,l WUOil IT , MAY CONCKUN. U you wish vouT district t o gain prom inence do not ke'® the" knowledge of heal happenings lo yourself. If you wish .Tenia i» « hicJi yon *re interested to be mjile ptiWi''i just omp a lino to "The Advertiser" fllicc m time to allow of .rraiiKementB boiiifj mndo for a reporter 10 attend, or, failing tliut, try your own liii'id at RTorting. Pon't bother to unyl weal extent about the composition ofl Articles; just, write fully and clearly—(he alitor will do the rest. Wedding", deaths, aecidente, concerts, •ports, social gatherings and personal nsraeraphs are all of intercut to your nuiilhbors, and by drawing public atten-1 lion to your district you are doing a good work. I 1'ltnt there is reason for this reminder h not our fault. We have, unfortunately, do miraculous power of knowing what "in Impiieniii}; in all the area served by this journal, b"l "re desirous, with your co operation, of .lessening our limitations.' Write the n...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Cycling and Motor Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 January 1914

Cycling and Motor fyotes. The cyclerar section of the exhibits at tlio recent show at (Jlympia, Jjondnn, is remarkable, according to a well-known English motoring expert, Jf only for tivu things—the wide extremes of tho cyclecars shown, und the great strides which have been made in tho shoit time the "new motoring" Ins been in vcgue. In two ye-irn the type has developed from th« apparently wild ideas of a few enthusiastic motor cyclists to the perfect miniature motor car with almost the same comforts and speed as the average big 'un. Last year e»w many increases in the price of petrol throughout tfiu woi Id. VJ'ord is nosv to hand from New York that the Standard Oil Co. Ins announced a reduction to garages, wlm in turn arc passing a slight reduction on to motorists. Probably the turning point has now been reached, and 1914 will sec a drop in tho price of motor fuel. Tho motor cir reliability cutest from Sydney to Melbourne wn» satisfactorily con cluded on Siiturday l ist « hen 2i» c...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Inglewood Advertiser, TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 January 1914

84' lugUfoiofe &b&trtiser, 'I liliSDAY. .1 ANl'AKY 20, 1<II4. Muster V. Symoiuls, youngest .-mi of Mr S. Symomls, manager of the local branch of I the Bank of Victoria, 1ms been appointed a member of the Muff of tfic branch. . The funeral of the late Mr. Joseph Matthews, of JSullivan-stleet, was conducted on I'riday aftenioon, when a large number of. friends and relatives followed the re mains tu their last resting place. The burial soivico w.n conducted by the Rev. Ditteiich. Messrs. T. K. Powell, P. Powell, Cain, Kasmussen, Hartley nnd Smith acted as pill-bearers, and the mor tuiiy arrangements were canied out by Mr. E. Wilsmoie. An accident happened last week in Grant street to a van driven by a momber of the firm of Rahim Bullish and Gholam Deen, Indian ncculists and herbalist9, etc. The van was following a cab down Verdon atreet, when a parcel diopped from the latter frightened the horses and they made off. Control was not regained by ■ the driver unt...

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

ACK H1NG. f . Chinese Doctoi' and Herbalist, Howard Place, BENDIGO, . O.ale of Maryborough} PKACTITIONKH ia Surgery am! Medi cine, having pusscd examinations in JO*nton (China) as Chinese I'm-tor, and practised in the Hospital at Sun Ning Cii7 or three years, will Visit Inglowood OH Thursday, 6th Feb, and may be consulted at Donaldson's I Pelican Hotel from 8.80 a.m. to 4 p.tu. ' TESTIMONIALS: "Hr. Ack Hlng, Chinese HerL«liet, Maryborough.—I, the undersigned, have much pleasure in testifying to (he great good derived from Mr. "Ack Hitig'a treat ment. Three months &i;o I wan etruek with muscular paralysitt; which hua now left hie owing to hie herbal treatment.— E. I'r.iMu, Maryborough." "I feel I cannot thank Dr. Auk fling enough for the kind attention in mewhil under treatment since June last. \\ lie" in West Australia I injured myself 111 ternaliv, and in spite of the operations that performed, mid the treatment ot three doctors, no relief was afforded. Wlien I returned to ...

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

... A ... WHOLESOME DRINK— BRACING AND REFRESHING ws Pleases H Notice of intention to apply for the trans fer of ii Victualler's" License from one person to another. To tlie Licensing Conil of tlie Licensing District of Maryborough. T MAUGAHET ANN BL'TCil Kit, i ^ being tlie holder of n Victualler's License for the hotel premise!! known as the Maiden Town Hotel, ami situate at Llanelly, <lo hereby give notice of mv in tention to atmlv at the Mttinir or tlir Licensing Court fur the licensing district of Maryborough, to In- liolden on the third (lav of February, 11)14, at Mary borough al tlie hour nt tun o'clock in the forenoon, for the transfer of the rights and privileges of the said license to the undersigned Hubert William StoneI>uuse for the residue of the term between this date and the e.-.d of the vear l'J14 Signed, MARGARET ANN BUTCHKII. Witness, C. C. Logan. 1 hereby apply for the transfer of the said license to me. Signed, HOHKKT WILLIAM STOXKHOUSE. Witness, C....

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Melbourne Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 January 1914

Melbourne Wool Sales. The'/euhuid Loan ami MuiC'inlile | Agency Co. Ltd. held their first satu of the I Sicomt tierit:8 on Tuesday, when, i'1 #il" I fitting sow© 10O UiU'-s wo fur* I ^rd in'^i'celfintVclcctiou of both merinos Vd CfossWpdij. Those, foi the most pait% Wfii'O 4i%wn fvum the Wustepi, Gipp-b*nd wd Korth-ciritum districts of \*ict«ui«» the t ttog&n Ami Kivtrinu clistiicl« of Now South Wales* Western Australia, and the south-i jftutof &outh Aiistniliii. .Since the clo.-c of I j the Hist sutUf.ictory advices h-*ve| [ continued become to h;uul from hoth C»«u j ! tinenUl jvnd Vorkshiiu n-.inufact u 1 | Centre?, whilst those fiom America h;vve | ! Mtitt been eucoui^u'tny. I'tidci* tht'.-u eir* euwatancxjs a *trnng "markut w.w natm-dly looked (nr, and iu this they wove not. dw-1 ipjioiiUed. Competition from b 'th ^ -1 iVno-fiti'l Amciie-v wus remnrkuh!)' ki-i-u. | Was thit Fioni t|lu Continent fur anything' suited to the vocpurements nf tins si'Ct»«*ti. Mthou«h ...

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Peopling the Land NOMINATION SYSTEM. DISAPPOINTING RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 January 1914

Peopling' the Land nominati ics system. disappointing ilesults:-'■ As eomitired with ths liguves of the pie yeiir there was a (alliii™ oil in the. nunilie'i of iniininiants who ni rived in Vic iMiidiiiinj; to the extunt of 2,1811. A tery disappointing fciitme of theyoai's »oik was the iciuctiiiii in the liunilier of nmniiitleil p'ssongers. Though a5uti/.t«u li*l increH>e was e:ipeeted at the outset a l«lai»! nnly4.'.KW was secured, as cr>mpai* ;t with l!,22.'i during the previous year. The. Imiuijji-itiun aiithorilivs now i ecounise that incieiseiletfoits iie m'cess try in older-1». mike tlic iioniinalioii .-Vitem successful,un.l Accordingly tliey have decided toyive inure |.uUicily to the inducements otl'vied,l>y llie iU|witineiit. Tliu otlicei in clwiye uf the Iu\inisi»ti<ii>' !'uteau(MrS, Whitehead) Stilted < j] Sat jn)i>y t]|it diii jug 11112 many of tllcn'eV nr. Minis in-itL'tl friends, and in coiise H'Jsucc »f their atstions it was thought ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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SERPENTINE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 January 1914

SERPENTINE. the erection of il e:iretaker'i residence at Janiember ICast. 'After a sojourn of about IS 'months in " font the onretnker, Mr T. Bowon, will no doubt be «lnd when more lit ting acuom modation ia provided liiin. .Two racing enthusiasts had a some what; trying experience when inotorintc to the Rochester meeting on Wednesday. When about six miles from Rochester one of the wheels of-the: car came off, and th'cv were compelled to' finish their jmir ncv on loot. The'damage! was repaired, however, in tin": for their safe return homo. As a result of n'fall of ground at - l.nir srII's Little.ISO Mine, l'omli|,'o, on V/ed nesdav evening, two miners, William Carter and Carl Webbsfr, wore severely injured/ Carter's li'B Art\s (>roJ:en jn [wo p]acpe rind bis jiead was lacerated. When taken to (lip hp8]>itul jt was found tlmt jiC wns fllso juftBtitiK from internal iu jtiries and Hhock, Webber wag struck on tlio head- liy the fallim; stone, and a wound 5 inH Ions:, which «up...

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Three State Schools. MARKED UNOFFICIAL KINDNESS [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 January 1914

Three State Schools. MAKKKD CNOKFIClAti KtNDjSESS Christmas of 15)1:5 is now numbered with tile past. Ay usual, the festive season wa* looked forward to with pleastnahlo anliei puji'iiis l>y truth yonn;,' "ml Old, but many I if tlio juveniles felt sorry (Imt a custom by ■■iliich some of theii |i'iicuts I.ad benefited while to .~-oh>>ol hud censed during the J'-H, mrl tlint nothing beyond the average picnic and pi estimation of piizes ivonid null; the coiiipti-lii>n of List year's educa tional labors. This remail; applies to the lesidents of the .Serpentine, liear's Lagoon anil Pmnp'ipicl distiicts, which practically lie in a tiiamoilar position, for liear's I.a aonn is live miles n-.nth of Serpentine, and I'oinpipiel about seven miles immediately e ist of llf.iv's Lagoon. The custom alluded to was that of the entei taiinnent of the school children and residents of those places about u fortnight or so befoic each Christ man from 18S2 to I'.Ml by Mr. and Mrs. John Kttersha...

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The Inglewood Advertiser, FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 January 1914

IngUfooob .&b&irtiatr, FRIDAY, JANUAKV 2:!, !!>!». At the Bendigo Licensing Court on Monday the transfer of tho licence (if the' Hailwny Hotel, Bridgmvater, from Jane Findlny to John L. Foibes, was ■■ranted. I Karly cm Monday morning tho Beehive | Watch ami Jewellery Conipiny's shop in Ilargreaves Street, Bendigo, was broken into, and ;> number of silver watches and gold lockets and medals, valued at i'-lO, .vasstolen. Messrs. Whyteand Company's groceiy store, which adjoins, wis also visited, and about 2ys, which livl been left in the till, was taken. Shortly after I 11 o'clock on Sunday night, Messrs l'ii?rce, Butler, and R. Munro were talking near View Point, when they heard the sounds of breaking glas.:. At the same time they pair a light outside Monaghan's Colisseum, and tliev decided to investigate. At their ippronch ft man ran swiftly up View street, Lurned into Rowan street, and escapod. Tile lJendigo Boot Factory was also visited early on Monday morning...

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Bulk Handling of Wheat. CIRCULAR BY THE HON. T. LANGDON, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 January 1914

Bulk Handling of Wheat. C! RCUfj.AR I!V TriM HON. T. LA NO DON, M.I,. A. Tho 1 Ion. T. r.'inu'dcii), M. Ti. A., I lie clinic - 111:111 of 1 lii< Wheat, Commission, and :i stronu advoote fur Iho i■■ 11oflitclion of the bulk li.-tmllni!' of ljr-iin, lias issued (lit! fol lowing ciiculir to tin1 <;rain growers uf lliu .State : — Cnn.-ddeiiii;; Dial. II10 In!! ipicsUon, iiml the present- unfair innd-j of hamllinn your iM'iin nenerally firn of such mave impor tance to yunr intercuts, I thought your imli^fidlioii iimiM Imri! I>eon urmised and ■o pronounced !.• lo have shaken the politi cit woil.l into taking some action in the matter, especially after tho manner the Commission's lep'irt 1ms lieon treated liy tile late 'j-ivermncnt, and p-u(ic'nluily so 11 ft im' (he luiditoiy reception it, ivn aceotded in Ihi! Governor's speech at. the opening of i'.u lianient- 011 the 2nd .Inly h«t. Vol- in tlie face of llie assurance tint tliu repoit- would receive the serious a...

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SPORTING. TENNIS. INGLEWOOD v. WEDDERBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 January 1914

SPORTING. o TEAXI!?. JNGU?\V00p v. ^EpnKRIitTliN. On Wednesday Inst rppresei)tat£vc9 of the Inglewood club visited Wedderburii and engaged a local team. Tnglewood were greatlv handicapped by the absence ol their leading play.-rs, Diddamii, Lament Deravin.andthe absence of the first-named especially was regretted by the home ! players, who were eagerly looking forward to a trial of strength wit'li the champion. The AYedderburn first pair, Messrs Suther land and Henderson, proved altogether loo strong for their opponents, and won each of their rubbers in straight sets. After an enjoyable day's play Wedder liurn won six rubbers and Inglewood three, two of the latter being obtained by Bambrook and J. Sutherland and one by Kittson and Jqnnings. The scores were as follow Bambrook and Sutherland (I.),,beat Craig .and Stafford, 0—5, 0—2, and MoGlbtionv !}nd Taylor, 0-2; (J—5, and lojt to Suthoi'land and I leinjerson,' 4-|). 0—C. . ■' . ■ Jennings and Kittson beat Craig and Stafford,..3—0, 0...

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

Don't Neglect. ——— ,'rv-s—. —< A Common Case of Piles, [t nuy lead to : ' Seiious liesults." When people generally undetstand tli.it .•ill such fatal: diseases its fistula, ulcer of the lectum, lissure, etc , 'almost invariably begin in a simpler case of piles, 11 icy will learn the wisdom of 'inking prompL treat ment foi the first appeaiarce of this trouble. Doan's Ointment is unniunlled for eveiy Torm of piles, itcliin", bleedim;, protuduiu niul blind piles, and hundreds of lives have lifjun saved by usin.j this cheap, but eU'ective lemedy li^ht at the start, Ijc cuise'at siipji tjines a single pot h.is ell'ceted a cure,-while in the old, deep sea'ipd chibiijc cusefi several pots are sometimes iiepessary. Heie is a eifu. • Mr. Tliomas Andeisoii, Fancy Goods Shop, l'iool:u Street, In^lewood, says;— '"I sultered with ilchjn<!;pilr,s .for ,1 lnn» time. At times'I could jo- 1 cly gut about. The pain was intense, day and iiiylit. 1 would have gireini yood deal for...

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