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GOLF. BENDIGO TOURNAMENT. INGLEWOOD PLAYERS SUCCESSFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 July 1914

" GOLF. BKNDIGO TOIJUNA M KNT. INGLR WOOD F.r,AYICRS SUCCES?KUL • Thevsecond .dayV play in; the jilth tournament of the Beudijto Golf Club',look place on Wednesday, uud was devoted to a Men's Handicap, 18 holes against bajs'sy,. and a Men's Handicap., 18 holes stroke play. -The weather was delightful for the sport. Mr If. Tavsom proved the winner of the handicap stroke play. ■ lie started (says the "A dvertiser") in .any thine .-.but' a promising manner, losin<; three shots,"' and he did not. appear, to have a .chance of doing any good. He made a wonderful recovery, however, aud annexed the event. .• Mr.F. Mncoboy, jnnr , obtained the.best (iross score for'the day with 77. Mr S. F. Diddama, who annexed the han dicap against bo;:ey, played one of the best rounds of .the 'tournament.' His ap proximate stroke round was 70, doing the first nine holes in SO strokes; file finished' 7 up, tlVe next to him'beim; Messrs G. L. Roberts, W; Lv Baillieu and'.!.' V. Acton, who tied wit...

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

COURSING The Bendi^o club started its Bracele meeting on Tuesday, when several local d.iga competed. In the lir»t round Mrs Vanthoff's two nomination?, Chief Pennant •Hid Chief Lion, were successful, Mrs Bong's Hlne Gleam and Golden Hero being tun out. Mrs Ston'ehouse's . GieiiC Western was also beaten, the decision of the ju jge in this instance Hiving to considerable dissatisfaction. In the. tirst • ties-Chief Pennant was 11111 out, but Chief Lion qualified. The former doy is by Mr.U. A. Vanthofl's noted pet former, Pennant Booth, who was also the sire of the winner at thu recent Waterloo Cup-and Derby m»etins<s. Nominations for the Bndsjeivater North club's President Stake, tn he lull 011 Wed nesday next, close with the secretary, Mr. R. Collin?, at f> p.m.-on Monday. The event is one fur an unlimited number of do»s at ills, and ivill lie run oil on Mr. J. H. Wright's nnd adjoining properties, where hares are plentiful.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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State School Committee. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 July 1914

State School Cottitfiittee. MOXTfltA' MBKT1NO. •I. . . — — 1 ■The monthly intuiling was hold at Hid joIioi>I "M Monday evenins;. Present :— i >V' i. ilbiininns(president), W. Palmer, > . JO. Makepeace, A. .Ouriii', ! : iiilips and .1. Tnrpie. i It was di-oidud that the offer of Alston i and Co. t«> supply a bell lower tic accepted, tlio mutter being left in the hands of Mr Tmpii't nml also that the Education De partment tie asked ■ to pay half cost of . smie. It was lesolved tliat Air S. Deeble lio asked to repair the dimago to the school fence caused by a fulling tree, and I h it the Department, lie asked for assistance towards installing the electric lijjlit in the cookery rooms, where night classes a>e lifiinsf htSld. The head teacher reported that the nut numbers on the roll for .June had been :— Higher elementary—lioys, 24; .girls, 2:!; total. 47. Primary—I'o/s, 10!t ; yiris, !)(>; total, 205 These thowed a decre ise of one in the higher elernenfary school, an...

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

SOROSES HAIR TONIO. This preparation is unsurpassed as hair food and dandruff preventative A little sprinkled on the head night' and morning, and gently massaged into the scalp, renders baldness impossible. So roses Hair -Tonic will absolutely grow, hair and prevent it from falling out. It imparts a beautiful glossy sheen, and brings out all the natural brightness of the lmir. ]/rice 3s 9d per bottle. Ob IrjodJ ' JI'E? 1'' y°,nhey'«. Ingle

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Anglewood Advertiser. FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 July 1914

The Inglewood Advertiser FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1914.     The death took place at Nurse Grainger's private hospital, Verdon-street, on Tues-   day of Jean Wodetzki, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wodetzki, of Bridge- water. The cause of death was lobar pneumonia and toxaemia. Sincere sym- pathy is expressed towards the parents in their loss. The internment took place at the Bridgewater cemetery on Wednesday afternoon, and was largely attended. The burial service was performed by the Rev. Mr. Ditterich. Mr. F. Wilsmore conducted the mortuary arrangements. Mr A. Giay.the new member for Koion", Was introduced to the Legislative Assembly mi luusday liy Messrs Hutchinson and I ennington, and after taking the oath took his seat behind the Government. Attention is directed to I'orter's adver tisement, which announces their winter sale. • . . . . ... I Mr. A. Parker, of the Slate .Savings Bank staff, ha« received notice of his trans | ference to B...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 21 July 1914

COMMERCIAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE CO. JPire Insurance (House*, HajBtacka and Standing Crops) Live Stock and Foaling Risks At Lowest Bate*. Agent lor Inglewood and District— F. H. SYMONDS, Brooke-street; Inglewood Agent for— Mitche'l & Co's. Agricultural Implements, Ploughs, Drills, Harvesters, Harrows, Disc Cultivators, Reapers and Binders, Mowers, Hay Rakes, Oil Engines, Diabolo Cream SeDnrators, Milking Machines, Road Graders, Farm Rollers, Road Rollers, Lhaffcnttars, Horseworks. Also AGENT FOK Mutual Life & Citizau's Life I Assurance Go. MOTORS— AND CYCLES. THE INGLEWOOD MOTOR GHRAGE Specialises in all classes of Engineering. Motor Electrical Mechanical. Gars for Hire at All Hours. In the charge of competent drivers Note these Special Features: Plant is right Up-to-date. All Work undertaken and satis faction guaranteed. All Lathe Work is done on the premises at a 'moment's notice, thus saving patrons much de lay. Oil, Gas and Petrol Engines repaired and supplied, el...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 21 July 1914

PUBLIC NUTICE8. LOST.—hi Sullivan-street on Sunday, portion of Kftr-riiij? containing Sap phire stone. Reward oil return to this o/liee. Danciag. TV/TISS V. McMAMON will start her ItA .second teriu.on Friday, July 24th. Intending pupils are rcpio'stcd to leave their names during the present week with Miss Appk'hv. Thanks. MR and Mrs J. II. Wodetzk, of i'ridge water, desire to tender Uitir sivfe'ere thanks foi; the many kind expressions of sympathy in their recent .sad bereavement; especially to Nurse (I rainier and Dig. Deravin and I'earce lor their unfailing attention, and to Mrs M. Slavin for her kindly assistance throughout their trouble. MEETINGS. ETC.., Federal Elections. Mr. Hans Irvine, Will address Klcctors at Inglewood j - On I Wednesday, August 5.! All Klcctors, particularly T.adios, are invited to lie present. * , Authorised by .1. A. Larkan, Stawell. Inglewood Hospital. (Incorporated.) ' iflriR AXfTUA Tj MEETING of Contrl X lmters will be hold on Ti l UfiSDAV, 30th JULY,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 21 July 1914

- Lfe'f TEiLL YOU that now is your chance to buy WATCHES! CLOCKS, ELECTROPLATE and; ■ JEWELLER Y> - " "'" 'V ^■ GREATLY 'REDUCEI> RATES As we have decided to alter Our Premises, aud put in an Up-to-Date Window and Sli&p'FMiDgs, _ We are holding an F xtraordinary Sale with a reduction of 3s in tlie £. Eveiyiinug to be Reduced 15 per cent, off window prices. DON'T MISS IT ? 1 lie veiy time to buy presents olieap. Special reductions in E.P. Ware. No reasonable offerrefused J. B. EDWARDS, Practical Watchmaker, Jeweller & Optician,. Phone 7i7- PaN Wall, Bendigo (near Mitohell-street) TT iV -5/6 PiJ/U Price for the Sct This hanitsoaie set including Silver Plated Mustard Pot twitk spoon), Silver Plaicd Pepper Box and Silver plat«4 Salt Pourcr offered -at the remarkably low pricc ol 5/6 for the set All these articles arc strongly tn&de in'the style now •e popular, and form by far the most serviceable and artistic table set yet introduced. The quality and value ...

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POSTAL RATES AND HEGULATIONS. [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island. [?] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 21 July 1914

ed&tAL &A?ii kilo ttldiJLAf&fii ■•e." rt. [Where the term "The Common wealth" is used in connection with &om rates and regulation! it include! Prpua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.J LETTERS. for ever; | ounce or traction tnereol. For deliver; within the Common wealth .,..0 1 For delivery in the British Em pire .. .. . 01 1 for delivery in the New Jlebri^Mt Dank*, and Tvrr$« Itlanrid ,. • I For delivery in. other Alices .... 9 fl| fcBrr^H CABSB. delive: ._ inrfd. J For o list _ .. file. Id. wmm. For deliveiy is Hn Ijsli i iihi. Itaki, an* Torres Iilimfa 3lin«K 3d. •>*. For delivery la <Akm |Imii Biagto, 2id. each. FOOT CAJUM. Single ifcMtcard* iaprawad th» (uij/itMeu uiumvtt| turn/ w« hww*h*w( to placet within the Oqeunw/iwBalth, and to tbon plaoee, enumerated anlta "Letterp," to whioh letter* mw t* transmitted at the rat* of Id,. per iq«. Th»M sard* taiv abo be fetwardea to (flaoe* otfier than thoie mentioned a bore, prOtlded {hat...

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SPORTING. FOOTBALL. INGLEWOOD v. BRIDGEWATER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 21 July 1914

SPORTING. FOOTBALL." INGLIOWOOI) v. lmiDOKWATKR. A fairly good ciowd attended llie above match on Saturday, but those whuexpeeted to see £a\ne wove disappointed, ns although vvoniy counted it \vas ?dmv and unint.«'iGodfrey umpired impirti ally, hut 'A\\{ ;v.i> :»|| r.jjnt' ft'idd ~«iil hi* dii-pUv. • 111 j lr\> uod kicked I »>w *i d.« ill.* (i».vn ::oil \*irh the wind. A: Sujr.Ii f.-i;v:;i.:L-d yn the bounce, Wylie, from a free, tetumini;. Thompson sent, down and Campion kicked out near goal, Peaice snapping across on the thnny-in, A ftee to Pearee opened the «core for /njjltnvood, a urn! re>ultintr fiom his kick. Cameron forw arded to Pearce, "Nvlirt Hit a goaf post with h mi ip shot. Bradley sent •ut on the kick oil. A free ivas iiivdn L. J>i^sett, hub Peaico in irked his kick in nice position and -registei od Intjlewood's second i?oal. Hughes to Cameron to Pence placed another minor to the credit- of ihe locals, followed *hortly after by a similar scote. Bndi;ewate...

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SOROSES LIQUID FACE POWDER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 21 July 1914

apiiOSKS LIQUID KACK I'OWDKIi " "'"iMiays 01 outdoor ln'o-motnrin" solhi.B.lioatii.s! etc.—u reliable ami ha; t rJ o''tnv ls 0,10 "l lll<! '"-■I't'SHities /< ,1 f'l fe0r0S;!S Li,,|,lil1 Kl,ce ''owifur is f< mid h> experts to he a perfectly invalu able preparation and a decided "improve meiit on the ol.l funhioned ilrv "!IX , a hil-!!!'1>r:iV!!i " lJ,« "I'l'wiraneo it acta *3jJhl11 lo llu» delicate «kin of the' fuoc jioaiiist hot wiiiiln, smuts am)" other extraneous mpUpr. l'riee nd 0,1 Obtainable at Mjss E, Soutlmy'e Inj-le

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WEDDERBURN v. KORONG [?]ALE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 21 July 1914

'i.WEDDEBBUUN- v. KORO^Q YaLI-:. I A Inrge-orotrtLtgnherod.nt the-Weddor bum mound to witnei-, I lie imsutui^ he tween the tenuis that wilLprohalily content | the premiership. Weddi-i-huni ivuru in full force, hml ImJ McGuvk. and 'l'tunlmll in; ' and the Vale Vere likewise i:i l'oocJ strength, ■Jury boni};..tliUi^iily notieeulile absentee. Several of the side, however,: wore suffering from previous injuries, D. Vernon in pir ticulur . - hampered in this lespect: i From a spectacular point hi view thenntch'i was-.rather rtisnppoiutins:, iis l>othr,sides ' were tup eagei and too much in earnest to indulge in systeiivitje play, and the game w is on the crowded side throughout. Weddeiliuru were tir.-t in evidcuce, and a snap by \V. Saunders went out near the posts.. On tjie throw-in the same player again tiind; but llieshut went low and a free to . Hamilton sent away. JJristowe •snapped out, hut- on the throw-in Lemon forced a single*tliiou»li.' The V.ile took up the ground, hut the ...

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NEWBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 21 July 1914

NEWBRIDGE. -Ir, v. J lie annual meeting.of the Newbridge hranejrof.the People's, Liberal. I'«rlv \vu.s ''7'1 'fl 4!)« ..^eybriilge |ial| oil i/rj lav uftornoon. J ho 'annual report 'And lmf iince Elieet,' siib.nitted by -tlie" senretarv (Mr. Alt. \\ alkcr) <1 iscj]osod ■ a ered[t I1'™, . ".mi ou. new mem hero !:nd joined dtinn>* the year. Incidentally, i was. stated I hat the women's.ecelion of Hie party was over 00 strong. Mr W J Ricliaid" org miser of the " People's I.ibernl T arty, wng proaenf ,'and ucidresaed i ■ niectni". '1 lie following ollieera were elected I'resulent,' Mr. N. Mart; vice presidents, Mec-rd V, Rablinp and W L Sstpwnrt; secie'ary, Mr. ,\lf. Walker-' delegates to,ft»mial;confermif»A^iAW.'xr.' iJart, ' Alf. Wnlker, 0. Morion and 0; 1-,e,?r; sninemembers.wcriy also iii>. Ijointed repres°|itafives qh; the electorate BOiinnitl ies . of.lho Grainpjnns and lien d lL'o oons| ituencicg. M r. SV, Stewart w as nppoiiitod »o supervise tlio rolls. Speoial ...

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MEETING OF DELEGATES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 21 July 1914

• ' MERTISd OF DELEGATES. A meeting , of association • delegate* w'as held nt. the Ivnynl Hotel cm l^iid'iy ■ oven* ing. *Pie?ent:—:Mei£is. J;-J; Ejnlmry <(in tho c)nii-), and.J;;Qn*p and Holme* (AWd detbum),'. Jlackin -ind Griuvu^ (Ifnron^ ■Vnk-).' Iiui»e and VViylnuii■■.(Bridgaivatorji Currioynid-Tny.-om .(In-ilenrotfd.) A rupmt u'u~ received finm Umpire. Pierce,- ehuifiin" A. IIn»hes (I uglewn.m) and C. Watts (Knrotig V.-iloJ uiih li^htin^' til Lhe.third quarter of the niiituh played liy Llieir terms at, Iimlovuod. Ho wiis unable to stnte who WJ1 s 'ho awzressor, ;ts the liist sttn«i'3 c)f t|je incident occi|ire(l l)e liind liis lisok. " - ' The secretary (W. Tatohell) ropo'i led ill it owing to the nature of the'imi pile's report lie had no'L obtained his attendance nfc the meeting, .1 hulking this would lie ti-ele<s in view of lhe f ict that his knowledge of the r.i.ittci .tins so limited. This- was abnroved. -After iirjiumont ns to llie ex'iniinntion. of ...

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Workers' Compensation Act. THE PROVISIONS OUTLINED. £600,000 IN PREMIUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 21 July 1914

Workers' Compensation Act. THE PROVISIONS-OUTLINED. £(100,000 IN PREMIUMS. . Ail address explaining-tho provisions of Ilia Workers' Compensation Act iv«,i given in M«1 bourne tosfc week.f.by Mr; Mackey, M.L.A. Mr. Mackey said Lli-it in broad outlino the old laws provided that iin employer was liable to pay compensation when an accident w,is duo to the act oruieitligence of liimsolf or of some peison ho liad plaood in ;i position of superintendence over his workmen, or to defects of the working plant provided. Practic illy it meant that nl|eroth'J employer w<y> morally respon; i le Jje whs legally responsible. 1'he new act, in effect, s ii(l lhat the employer was liable fur nil accidents that happened to his em ployees. In addition to those-provided in the old law, lie would be liable for accidents due to a fellow-worker, to an "outsider, or to the n ot leer himself, or tii matters alto gether lieyimd the employer's^ control, and which no leasonablc caro oil his part co...

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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 21 July 1914

''golf: ,! ()n • Saturday - last r 11. L'.dies.' '.'Doubles Handicap.was played oil* lit the :• links', foi. trophies pre-sentod hy; Messi'S" F. K. 'Jen-, ninj*s -and AV; JO. JjimOnt, 'tile. winners, turning up in. Mis A. -Jennings -rand*-Miss. B. Bin lie, with .;•# net scoic of 81. -Its sults — ^ ridp X».t Mis A. Jennings mid Mi-s * *- — n li. Li.iilie ' ... '.»i. 13 ' SI Miss Wiggins and Miss 0 Humphrey " 00 '13 ' S'.i Mi=s .M. Wlivte .ind Miss" ,M: A..Kelly ..." .... ll-l 2S _ 8li Mvs.Gmipei- :vnd Miss Bur-r »e »s ..: - 110 -'8 !H Miss M. Kelly and Mi=s s Quick 118 ,.2<i !)-2 Miss Nixon and Miss Oavn- . ; ■ : I n.ijlli 1IV 20 '-17 , Miss XI. Isuic ind Mrs A. Kixon J2S" L'li 102 Miss M. Ilunipliiey md —, " ; ".i Miss Sloan ; 125 10 100 Miss -S. Xaysoin ."ind ML<s " ' , ■ ' - iM'Ke.m 135 2S 107 The ti'.'iai fco .represent Inyleirood against Wedderlmin to-inuiTtnv trill be as fol, lmvs :—Gentlemen -Messrs Djravin, I'. Jennings,- DidiUinv Lainonr, Taysom, Symond...

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Korong Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 21 July 1914

Korong Shire Council.. MONTI ITA' M KKTI NO. Continuation of repoit «.f monthly niuul inir huh! on Thursday, ihh .inst. l,Msrn». —Crs, O'linen (ptvMtli'ni), Ki* ly, slot), White, Kinirj'. Gray, Thumbs, Au dreys nr.d »Sweeney. CortKKsJ'ONhnvrK. Imiiiii UuIh'!! }'»ry?*e und <\» . M-.-ilo in t-.i', with partieulais iwirdini* en-nmd j.l-.us for street signs and .slnet nwmh»*is.- (>. Gray ^itid that the fumer bmr.Is ii: m «!:y places in the s-hite rppiii ed aHen'i.ii,' a: limy weie in bud oid »r. Tin- pir*i i i •, said Hi.it 'he \iu • • -m d:imu«_e to lb ;.c r hoM'ds •. :is /ltl i y I •< li.'iiw ;s -» {:il 1»IV fi .* ?' -«.M i'h 111. ! ;v. 1] ].{ ;hil .»;»J '/ I*:: i! • U i* !l \ < n t i: m ■ i, [ . U .y « '1 K-it.-' :1 'ti-.i t:: t ■ ',,l\0 ni»f; 1 .: d • t!: * ii-.iiii:! il.c »■! i i . pU* >11 {* .'<'V . • ' : ( ' . M'J I. r'frtii .A' .'-i , K<<r- V di\ isk m-j i'i>v \ 't i: ' .'Hi » t':st! .y a ' .ee \\\ fp»nt ...

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COURSING BENDIGO BRACELET MEETING CHIEF LION WINS BRA[?]ELET. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 21 July 1914

coi;rsisg BENUIGO HitAOKIjET .MIOKTfNG. [ OIHEF IJuX WINS Bi{Ar'ELEl'. At llie second i! iy of the ,i!>h-_- myelins •n 1 iiui.-duy, i,;iiici| ill inc.nest'ivi-i jcnt'i'il in llie IjuHe-s^lSriCfli-fc-.SliilcM.-'tt'.liioli ■vin l'.Vl!i° f'lv.iijc.', .Mrs V.nn|itiir« Unief .1 striuaJe in llu Anal -Willi tiu-i I War. IV« -U-'i-iU'ci'ir^. Iietn-eon (Jlii.-i U;iniml-S..n I) .ver •-«• «-a Jiiilliuiit (Jim. : 'I'liu-- tuii in t'h.j Imiv' close, iiiid iho fiivoiitu only 1-iMiy >k!,0-if leiiglli. ic'i ]mt in-miv.il iviirlt on lln> yune, Iml .Chief • Lion's t-ii lv -aW fniv-i- I pioyiHl ti>-» rur.cli fi>r.Scri D,>wi- to ftipgYmr, and Mis y=HIthoiPs■ lilie,pu|,|,y secured I he "'ly* .Chief Linn < h,is now ivun uviej in liuectuiMcin Ht, 'Haridiji.- lie' ii ivin» annexed lllti Ucjljut-Hlto bt'lkliS ut Lite 1 isfc IUJOtlll" Ijo ("s II si.leiKljdly.built (In- l,y Linn Heart from Mold I'earl, and is full nf courage lie >yns not tint st.-ai»ht-oiit favoiitu for th3 sta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 21 July 1914

KALES BY AUCTION, Thomas Morrow & Co, Auctioneers, /. STOCK AND STATION AGENT'S, Ingle wood and Bendigo, WITH Branches at Charlton, Wyche. . proof, Boort, Logan, Newstsad Pyalorig, Kilmorv and Lancetietd. LAND anil CLEARING SALES Conducted in all parts of the State. Lonna negotiated on brotid arres at low rate3 P.epbesknt Dalgety and Co Limited. Pearson, Rowe, Smith and Co. T. Bobinson and Co, Prnpty, Ltd. Wlscher and Co, Superphosphates. £h«ep and Cattle-Trurks promptly secured (Hid loaded. Sales of Stock WUt b# held on the following d:\lts TCHEPROOl-, Tueaday,- JULY 21 edAKLTON W cdiieEday, .1L," LY 22 QUAMBATOOK Thursday, ,11'I.V 2:\ IOOET Friday, JULY 10 And every aucceeding Foktnicht at each of above places. Inglewood Market. 1HURSDAY. JUI/Y 2:!. fi^HOJIAS MORROW and CO. aunouisct I. that they will hold their usual sale u» above, at their yards, on the nhovp date, when they will offer— PIGS. 2 porkers • 8 slips FAT SHKE1'. 60 fat xhrt'd wethers 50 fat xbred wethers • 50...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 21 July 1914

Advertise Your District! TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. if you wish your distriot to gain prom ,it-nce, do not the knowledge ol i0..nl hapreuipts to yon reel/. TJorou wmh events in which you are interested to be made pnWic, jnB« <Hop a liive to "Tlie Vlvertiser" office In taw to allow of •irrangomeuls being made or a reporter 'to sttsnd, or, tatting that, try your own at reporting. Don't bother to anyl .-vs( extent about the composition of •; ii-loe; just write tolly and clearly—the will do llio rest. V.oddings, deaths, accidents, concerts, j . .ils, social gatherings and personal ■ rauraphs are all of interest to your iVeighbors, and by drawing public atten tion to your district you are doing a good work. • J That there is reason for this-reminder i is not our fault. We have, unfortunately, no mirnoiilouB power of knowing whatis happening in all the area served by this journal, but are desirous, with your co operation, of lessening our limitations. Write the names of person...

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