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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 July 1914

COMMERCIAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE CO. Fire Insurance (Houses, HavataoUa ami Standing Crops) live Stock and Foaling Risk a At Lowest Batee. Agent lor In^lewooJ and District— F. H SYMONDS, Brooke-street, Inglewond Agent for— Mitchell & Co's. Agricultural . Implements, Ploughs, Drills, Harvester!, Harrows, Disc Cultivators, Reapers and Hinders, Mowers, HayRnkes, Oil Engines, Diaholo Cream Seoarators, Jlilking Machines, Road Graders, Farm Holler?, Iload Rollers, Clmffcntters, Horseworkn. Also AGENT KOU Mutual Life & Citizen's Life' - Assurance Co, MOTORS AND CYCLES. THE INGLEWOOD MOTOR GHRPLGE Specialises in all clashes of Engineering. Motor Electrical Mechanical. Oars for Hire at All Hours,! In the charge of competent, drivers^! Note thksk f-i'EciAi. Kkatvrks: 'nj Plant is riaht Up-to-date. AH Work nndertakt-n and satis faction guaranteed. All Lathe Work is done on the premises at a moment's notice, thug saving patrons much de lay. Oil, Gas and Petrol Engines repaired and...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 July 1914

Dyspepia AND COMMON-SENSE. The man or woman who if s victim of dyspepsi.i can't possibly enjoy anything like sjodil health. For, mind you, when (hum the stoiimch gets out of order, then ihe digestive system—stomach, liver »ml Iiwvuli— is likely to be affected, and so you ff from IjikI to worsts. Considered us one, t|ib itnnnch, liver and bowels may be i ifuthfully said to lie something like a cWieitoly balanced machine. When a fjiigle part of'tlie mechanism,say the stom jch, goes wrong, there is an immediate (1 in'sjei tlutt if, will upset l|ie whole, throw it out iif oider, and bring about a general breakdown. Ti> prevent bt Io buii.-b dyspepsia, yon evi't (In belter thin assist-your digestive oi'ims ' by takins an occasional (liisi'nf Mother Seigel's Syiup, the woild • r famous lu'il'.d remedy fur stomach and liver ; lioulile-i. It h is been before the world fm nvot 40 years, E ch year, each week, in fact, eiscs are recorded where dyspeptics liHve found lelief by ie>oiting t...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cycling and Motoring. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 July 1914

Cycling and Motoring. Although the" Australian road team now iii Europe have not succeeded in carrying off any of the bias events of the «eason,-jCirlcfiaiii and Munro have ridden antticiently well to demonstrate that with decent luck they are the equal of the Belgium,. French and Italian road cracks. Writ in};' to the Dnnlnp Hnbber Company, Munro states that although the; Peugeot, firm ri'm ja racing team o.'.'Wof the lead ing riders in Kurope, Kirkham and he were the first two riders selected by that firm to represent them in the world's greatest road race, the Toar de prance, a compliment that the two 'Australians ap preciate. As regards- the future move ments of the team, Monro, states that most of the riders will lie returning to Australia at an early date, hut1: he and P.iercev may remain in • France another year. The Tour de Fram e, the last of the hip French jroad_e.ve.t)Is .of the season, is nnw'b'Siilfe Hfii, and wiTl finish up on July 27ih. There are fifteen-stages in""th...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mines Department. REPORT OF YEAR'S WORK. BENDIGO AGAIN LEADS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 July 1914

Mines Department. REPORT OF YEAR'S WORK. BKSD1GO AGAIN LKAD.S. The annual report of the Mines' Depart ment was laid 011 the tu'ile of Parliament on Tuesday eYeum^. This shows that the yields during illl.'i amounted to 4G7,0.>2ozs tjro-v, or >l.'U ,9:i2"zs line, valued at LI,897,475, a decrease of 45,J!)8u/.s line compared with the pi eviouA year. The cynnidini: of old tailing-: shows a decline in the amount, of the total decrease to the fittnt of K!,D41nzs. Dredging mid slnic ine show a fhllinij oil'of 8.'J48uzs. The de tiiled returns indicate that lode minin1.' produced 285,!Mi5"zs ; deeo alluvial minini!, 5l,2.'!Oo/.j ; dredging and sluicin». (i5,4.'i:! t>u;atul cy willing old tailings. 41!1o/.«. The Rendign district, although declining by 0742ozs, was the lamest producer with l()ii,27.'!i.z-. Heeclnvorth came next with 73,717i'/.s, or 12,027i'/.s less than the pie .ridiu year ; followed liy Castlenmine with 73,247i.z- ; Ararat and Stawell, .'ij,57:!i)Z<', »n i...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"Gazette" Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 July 1914

"Gazette" Notices. Trmxfeis nf |j.ises reyisteied. - Kxors. of A. M'Neill to SI. J. Lirmuur, 2!)i Mr 24p, Woosang. Application fur licence* npprnveri.—J. Whelm), .'i-'ii, Cuoroopujemip. Applications for lenses »pprnyed,—A. Cameron, liitU .'Jr?18r», Hiul«erum E-isl; K. A. T. Kistdile, 24i),i'lr :!,jp, Niur iport; D. U'.. R1'Donald, 4801 Or :>8p, liourke. County Cohrts and Courts of General Sessions will lie held us follows; Clinrlton, ^u«ust lltli ; Donald, October 1 -41li:; I£o •iiny, Swpteiiiiiei' lfith ; St Avtinud, Husjusfc 3th ; Iiigleifood, October J llli; Sea L.ike, luguef 13t.Ii.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 July 1914

Mysterious Stomach Troubles. PIUNOI PAL CAUSE fiEVKALKD. A great (leal of mystery is mult! about utoiiiucli troubles, and many people go jo enlist int diead of life-long incapacity or the horrors of tlie operating table just because tlify expeiiencp piiin in the region of tbo stoni'icli fm which they cannot nccomit. Instead of lookiii!! for the cuusc of Uio trouble, they seem only too ready to de Ptiihe themselves as "inuityis to indiges tion'' or "chronic dyspeptics." Kucessivo acidity is hi ill to bo the direct cause of more than ',10 put cent, of all ituuitcli trouble.', and, according to many eminent pliysiei ins, the occasional use of a reliable antacid, such as half a teaspoonful ofpme Insulated inn»ncsi,i in 11 little water after me lis, u ill do more towards righting st.mi.'ich ileiiiii,i:einents than all the patent food* and medicines ever invented, because this yets nt the root of the I rouble—stops (e'tinenUtion of the food contents and neu trnliiea the acils which otherw...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 July 1914

FOOT HA Li J. To morrmV'ji rivitohes :— < Injjlewood v llridgewntei' at Inglewnod j Wodderburn v Knrong A'ale it Wedder- ! burn. Inglewnod'n 1 ivnn has 1 icon selected ■. . follows:—11 nghes (capt), Vimce, Cameron, Donaldson, Gl'vlnnn (2), Smith (2), Thump son, Oratnhau, Koliuit", Sloan, Bradley, McCamish, Coffey, Guest, Gillespie, Caliill. Emergencies—Butcher, llopely, Simons. A meetiiis of delegatus will lie held nt the Royal Hotel this eveiiiim to <Jeal with the players reported for lighting in the recent Ins-lewnod v Koron^ Vale niatrli.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Municipal Elections. THE RETIRING COUNCILLORS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 July 1914

fvturtieiiial Election! t T1IK lU'.TTIlTKG COUNCILLORS. i Tho munioipnl elections will this yeivr lu Lid on Tlmifthy, August 27," and it i; fc'lt thit «s tlio.iill-iiiiport.mt KciIuki) cum Ljgn, which will tliim l.o «t its height, *ilf monopolise iiiosl 'ilti'iilioti, mid rol'ir Jnu municipal councillm -i "eiieinlly. will iiiis yk»r lie mtliei" more th-ui iisuh! limine from oppi'.-ilion. 'i'lic H'liiinfJ councillors "for Inijltwood unci »dj«cent municipalities are:— " isonnuons. !>'(.) fiKWOOD : Tlxmnw jmnes Hong, Jiuiios A. Keiishnw, 1'hilip Junen. TARNAGl'fil'A : Arthur .miinh New m»n, Thonms Jsoii, .FitiijuK Kdwurd Dug K"°* .SMIRKS. ; IJKT BKt'.—Rejlilm iiiditig : William J)joiels; Dunolly Riding: K lwmd Dought* Peart; T-'trnngulU Hiding : Jiitncs Thomas 11*)'". • • KAS'l" LOL>DON.—Norlh Hilling : Syd ney Oswald iMcCreii; South Riding: Junius Allied Slimy : Knst "Hidin<r : Nicholas 'IVrese Tonkin, KOIli'N'3. — North Riding : Robert Andrews ; Ccntinl HitlinjLj : A...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LODDON VALLEY ASSOCIATION. NEWBRIDGE v. ARNOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 July 1914

LODDON VALLEY ASSOCIATION; NEWBRIDGE v. ARNOLD. The Arnold team journeyed tn Newbridge 1 on Saturday lust. Much interest was] (writua our correspondent) taken in J the match owing to the fact that on the la»t occasion of meeting between these two teams Arnold virtually ivnn the match, but owing to llio central umpire not hearing the liell, Newbridge kicked a goal two niinutes after the liell had rung. This iintdo them winners tiy .'! points. As neither team had sullWed defeat, since, jt was ccti tidently expected that when these did clash, it would produce a game that would be talked aliout fur many moons. Ail enormous crowd had gathered in anticipa tion of this, the majority of those present heints Arnold supporters. The hopes of a good game, however, were soon d ished to the ground, as Newbiidge played over the top of their opponents, heating them in every department of the game. The luck of the game, though small, was decidedly in favor of Newbiidge. Arnold had their very best te...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 July 1914

TWO DOSES A COMPLEX;!? CUKK "I am subject to bowel (roubles wliic.'i cause pain ami inconvenience," writed Mr. Alfred Wane, 185 Auburn Howl, An burii, Victoria, "but have a'Hv.avs fo im two doaes of Cliftinbi'rlain'a':Colic ill"' Diarrlnea Remedy to effect n;'. complete euro. I am pleased to know tbat tlieru is sUehli sale ami certain remedy u.-i (?bainberlain's Colic and ' Dinrrli hv Remedy, and always keep abotlle bandy. « Sold by.-W. Jennings. etorekeelter, Ingli wuoi) and IWysis,

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 July 1914

•ALES BY AUCTion. Thomas Morrow ik Co, Auctioneers. STOCK AND STATION AGKNT&, Inglewood and Bendigo, WITH Branches at Charlton, Wyche proof, Boort, Logan, Newitead Pyalong, Kilmore and Lancefleld. I LAND and CLEARING BALES Conducted in all parts of the Stato. Loans negotiated on broad acres at low rates Repbesext :— Dalgcty and Co Limited. Pearson, Rowe, Smith and Co. T. Robinson and Co, Propty, Ltd. W'ischer and Co, Superphosphates. 4h«cp and Cattle Trncka promptly secured and loaded. Sales of Stock Will b» bald on the following datea: «TCHEPBOO!>, Tueaday, JULY 21 CdARLTON Wednesday, JULY 22 QOAKBATUOK Thnreday, JULY 23 BOORT ... Friday, JULY 10 And every succeeding Fobtjught at each of above places. Inglewood Market. 1HURSDAY. JULY 23. '■THOMAS MORROW ana CO. announce 1 that they will hold their usual sale as above, at their yards, on the above date, when they will offer— PIGS. 2 porkers 8 slips FAT SIIEEP. 60 fat xbred wethers 50 fat xbred wethers 50 fat merino wether...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 July 1914

Advertise Your District! jO A 1,1. WHOM IT MAY CONCF.HN. If vim wish vour district to gain prom tnpneo do not' 11:0 1:ni3%vled{fo of «>cnl li«pye»ii>gs to yourself. 'If you.wisb iienta i» which von »re interested to be tnu-lo pnl.lu-, just <}>«1> " line.to "The Advertiser" officii in time to nllow of r,rane»Mi»iits being made or ;i reporter to attend, or, fuilinp: that try your own iiuid nt r«i'orlinp. bother to any *' I extent about the composition of 'rtVlc-• just write fully ami clearly— the f.'iv.r wilf'io the reat. ■•:>, deaths, accidents, concerts, jH.'-jnl gatherings and personal 'l- are all o( "interest to your • • and by drawing public atten \r,:)r district you are lining a good 'Ihat there is reason for I his reminder n ,i ,,ur fault. AVe have, unfortunately, no miraculous power of knowing what 'ia happening i» all "u> arC!l served by this journal, lint ure desirous, with your co operation, of lessening our limitations. Writ'1 the names of pers...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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PRESBYTERIAN. Sunday, July 19th. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 July 1914

PP. F.S BYTE RIAN. Sundav, Jul v 19th. f. Inglewooil • Morning: 11 a.m. Kvening: 7 p.m. Tiridgewater—3 p.m. Kev. A. I.. G. Asli, M.A.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Church Notices. ANGLICAN. SUNDAY, JULY 19th. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 July 1914

Chuich Noticed. ANGLICAN: SUNDAY, JUlA" isiii. Inglewooil— 11 a.m., II.0. 7 p.m., ftveiuon". ■ Simpson's Creek—■" 2 p.m., Kvensung Kingower— :>.4o p.m., Evensong All services by tlie Vicar. Korong Vale— , ' 11 a.m., MnUins. ■7 p.m.,. Kvensong." Powletl 3 p.m., KveiiHOng. All services l>v Mr. Walter Walteis.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Wedderburn. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 July 1914

• t Wedderb'urn, * o T.ilv Chinch of Christ j I'nlee cnlulir.il imH »t Wcdileihiun lij»vi'..just concluded. From iriinfl iy. oili July,to tl>e followm;: Siimliy, meetings liivo,lu'en held:every ni»ht, Sit .utdny/..excepted.-.:":Vi<it»rs.:vfr>iin various pu ts uf.the Stite ;attended. Oi^W'uiliR's day evening, 8tli uis-t, tile pionetis of the: eiuse in tl»e district ivoro conspicuous. Mr G. Duckett, a inemhei of iiiuiy yeit.V standmil', occupied the chair, ami Hddre&w ivore delivered liy KvangelistJ G. 1!. Moy soy and Thomas flayer. '1 lie former lafooted in the town in my years ano, anil Mr. Ma!i«er nt ii more recent [kmMil. 'j'lia choir, under tlie liittnn of L)r. Taylor, iimi clered excellent music, anda (jiiai tot liy tl]e .Mis^or Gregion and Messrs Tividdy U worthy of, special mention.'' -Mr Mojvey siing a solo sweetly. Qn Thursday even: iiifi -ill ovanuelistiu .ncivipu. ivas con(]uateil l>y Evangelists riag«er and Glsy, anil on Friday'nisjht a monster...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CULTIVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 July 1914

CUl/nVATtOS. Farm.—Second falhiw where nectary for slimmer crops. If 1 or|uti-od, mil or harrow cvt\ps. Plant vary "early potatoes in forward disti icts. Sow mangolds. Ap ply slow-acting fertilizer?, such as Monti and Imne m;inml'h, for mai'ie. Orchatd.—Complete planting and piu?. iny of deciduous trees. Watch for patch ipliis, and spray with tobacco solution, if present. Prepare fur pi mtinj; citrus trees. Spray for woolly npliU with lime sulphur spray. Fl.iwer Garden.—Finish di^gin" ami pruning of roses, &o. Leave pi lining of shrubs till after (lowering. Keep weeds in check ; weed out seed hods'.- Divide and plant out all herbaceous plants, such (w phlox, delphiniums, rudheokia, iV;. I'Innt nut gladioli. Complete pi lilting of shrubs. Mulch young plants. Vegetable Garden.—Top-dress a'pna^us beds: plant new aspHtagtis plots. Plant herb divisions and potatoes. .Sow c ihli i»e, cauliflower, peas, c.nrots, tiem--, radish and lettuce seeds. S.iw tomato^seeds in h hot frame. Fi...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Handling Grain in Bulk. AN INTERSTATE MOVEMENT. VICTORIA INVITED TO JOIN. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 July 1914

Handling Grain in Bulk.. I AN INTKIiSTATK MOVEMENT. VICTORIA INVITED TO JOIN. A comprehensive schen.o for: handling grain in'bulk,' involving the expanditure of more th in £2,00(1.003, was brought undei tile notice of the llulway Commissioner* 011 Monday by.Mr:. .1. P. TieHe, Minuter foi Lands in New. Smith \Yales, mid Mr. T. A. Uath, Minister fur Agriculture. in West 'Australia. 1 The Commissioners declined to say sub «eqnently what were the subjects discussed at the interview.* Tt is 'known, however, tint Mr, W. Kilzpatrick, Chief Commis sioner, lelnted t!ie result:! of his inquiries into the system* of h indlim; scram in bulk m CiniuU and the United States. The i railway aspect was thoroughly yone into -by i Mr:1 I1'itzpatrick. and Mr. L. McOlelland, I the other Commissioner present at the: m- i tervieiv, contributed, to the discussion. O.ershadowmu the technical matter.-1 was the announcement by the visitors that New South Wales and West Australia each,[im poses spending £800,00...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Gippsland Roads. EXPENDITURE OF £700,000. MINISTER URGES SPECIAL RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 July 1914

Gippsland Roads. EXPKNDITURE OF 1700,000. MINISTER URGES SPECIAL RATES. Mr. Hagelthorn, Minister for Public' Works, stilted on Monday llr»t about £700,000 out of the £2,000,000 provided liy the Government would be expended mi the main muds of Gippsland liy the Conn try Road* Board. He thouaht the shire councils should make siibsidiaiy highways, either by sti iking special rates or rai-iing loans. (le hid been informed that one Gippsland council hud been induced by ISO settlers to >tiike a special rite on them of 8J in the !'. to pay interest and sinking fund on £'4000 borrowed to make a length of road. The tenure of (lie Iomi was 20 years. One settler had stated that, in cream alone he was savinu two and u liilf times the amount of the special rate he was paying. Continuing, the Minister said that sub sidiary roads were essential if the main highways were to he used to their, best advantage. Many. Gippsland shires had low rates, and probably only moderate as sessments. They eithe...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Reminders for August. LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 July 1914

Reminders for August UVJO STOCK. HolSeS.—Tll.lSt! Htabb'd pill In) f,,(] |j||1>r lily. Those ilttitiis -f>iir lii-ivy dmuld he clipped ;'if i«<it. ■v!i;«Hy, tli.-ii iru-u high. Those not iiiW.Ml V/n coming lllWl the stable at iii'jhtshonhrfii. « ipi.if 11 ml in half-vn-lmui's linn! liiygud or cui|.l(,(i with bags until the emit, is di.y. ():(1||„,M,S mill weaned fouls idiniild bu yivt-n ciii>lu.,l oats. Grass-fed working hoisi..* should |)u given hty oi' straw, if there is no i,|,l ,.rils,' to counteract lliu puruing effects of tlu> young growth. Old itnd badly .eindii horses should be given some boiled hit|,.y Cuttle.— Cows, if nut housed, should I,,, rugged. lUm* >h<>uWl We vi'moved in i|le day-time when the shadu lomperaliin, reaches (il) dug. Give * .r*linu nf l«:>y or straw, whole or chilled, to counteract tU« purging eU'ects of young grass. Cnlven should lie kept in w u rn, dry r-liud. Th<>>e on the bucket should be g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 July 1914

Never Neglect Backache. . ~—:—— o ;. ; ',*£ Do.notneglect tlie waWiiiv.!' mcsn«e of ; th'o back that aches. 1}ackacbe is a sign that ybuV .Kidneys ire weak 'and notable 10 properly cany out blieirwork'_ri»f filtering ' the blood. " Then look after.your kidney? : at the lirstsimi of back icliis, for if neglected ■ serious trouble will follow — rheu'mnlic pains, urinHry disorder; neuralgia, gravel, stone, dropsy Take Dnan's lUckache Kidney Pills in lime* ami tho cure is simple. . Mr. S. tVeeniii,; Hiiiiilresser, • Brnoke stieet, Inglewond, says I —"I can strongly recommend Drmn'H ftackacbo Kidnoy Pills to nil who suft'er with the .kidneys. Thoy are really good pills for these organ*, and [ do not speak tiom hearsay, but from my own personal experience. T had severe backache, and liw than nnf- bottle of these pills cured nin. I obtained tho rem ody at , Bell's Pharmacy." Tivelvo yeir? liter, when asked about his emu, Mr. Kroeman says lie is still froe of backachc, and has been ever sin...

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