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The Chosen People. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 4 August 1914

The Chosen People. On«- day a wealthy Jew received ft visit from liis cousin Levi. "Sly friend," said Levi, "I am in great distress, and I rely on you to enable me to earn some money." /'You have come at the right time," replied Isaac. "I have just bought some trees. You can saw them up for me." "And what will you pay mo for the work?" Levi asked. "Mon Dieu," Isaac responded, "I \yould have given three francs a day to a Christian; but one ought to pay a. co-rellgionlst more. Therefore I Will give you five francs a day." •'Well," said Levi, after reflecting ft. few moments, "give me two francs, and get a Christian to saw your wood. That will amount to the same thing for you."

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GRANDMOTHERS OF TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 4 August 1914

GRANDMOTHERS OF TO-DAY. 1 • Times liave changed since the days when the grandmother sat in the chim ney corner, knitting socks and mit teas. Women who have married early In life have no more inclination for subilding Into arm-chairs and giving up all interests in life than have the young mothers themselves.G The grandmother of the present day plays ' golf as often as not, and, what is more, bas been known to leave her grand daughter far behind on the links. There are artists, musicians, and writers among the grandmothers of to-day, women who are doing their part of the world's work, and women Who jiave chosen careers for them selves, while they were taking care of their own children, and who keep steadily on, with as much love in their hearts for their descendants as if their lives had been given up entirely to domestic duties pure and simple. Fifty yearB ago all the grandmothers, except in a few rare instances, were fashioned after much the same type, whose outward expression was a...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 4 August 1914

FVr Coughs :md CeltU, tuko Woods' IJci|i|rjrmiiit Cine. ti"or Brunchiitl Cou.'lis tiko Woods' Groat Puppurniint (Jure le Gd Fur Ccuglip' nail (JukK taica Woods Grv;it Poppjrmint Cura Wolfe's--' Schnapps" the World's Nightcap. Buy Whole Bottles. PUBLIC NOTICES. TENDERS for Additions to Flour Mill,. Uridgewatcr, are rec|iiircd by W7 Beetle, f.li.v.I.a., and G. i). Garvin, Architects and Sworn -Valuator's.Mitchell street, Bendijio. Tenders closc XhursTny,. August 6th, at 4 p.m. Electric.tram drivers wanted. G.ooil opening tor smart young men. Permanent position. . Pi\rticulars'f.rom II. \V. Chanmna, Instructor, 211 I.yiiard Street, Ballarat. 10ST.—Rubber Motor Coat; Thursday' J last," Tnglctv'ood—Kurtinc district. Reward on return to ThU ^Ull'ice^ •' Poison Laid. . V,-- / • j NOTICE is hereby . given that Poison y is laid in my paddocks known '.as Gunst's. A. II. GOOIC. Inglewood Hospital. (Incorporated.) HOSPITAL Receipts for Julvi—T.Nel son. £1; Edward Wilson Fund, £15; J. W. RidKe, ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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ANCESTRY OF THE EX-EMPRESS EUGENIE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 4 August 1914

ANCESTRY OF THE EX-EMPRESS EUGENIE. Recently the ex-Empress Eugenie ••nt to the Glasgow Dumfriesshire So ciety a cheque for five pounds, and accompanied the gift by a letter In which ahe wrote that she was united .to. Dumfriesshire by the most ancient tJea. Thl» Is a reminder that her grandfather was a certain William Klrkpatrick, who at one time kept a .grocer's ahop at Belfast. The grocer -emigrated to America, prospered, and was sent to Malaga as United States Consul, where he married the eldest daughter of a Belgian named Gro vigny. A daughter of this marriage niarrled the Marquis of Montijo, and on the death of the Marquis his widow took her daughter Eugenie on a Euro pean tour, during which the latter met Prince Louis Bonaparte, avowed herself one of his adherents, and even tually married him. Her connection with Dumfries arises from the fact that her grandfather, the Belfast grocer, was a lineal descendant of a George Kirkpatrick, who went in 1G90 to Ireland from Closeburn. D...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FAKING THE TIDE AT THE FLOOD [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 4 August 1914

VAKINQ THE TIDE AT THE FLOOD | The Btorjr of the life of Sir Joseph Daveen, whose death was announced recently, reads like a romance. From ft working blacksmith to a wealthy art eoenolsseur who K&ve a new picture ■idler? to the country of his adoption ■■■Tin a long step; but the young klaekamith, when he came to Hull from Hallmnd, must have had in him that in Mttr« lore for and knowledge of art are ao often a* lnBtlnct la kla Aaotker ifMtkDk «nan wai Mr. Mmm Anirmm, of Cardiff, wko died at Km a«e of aeratty-tkree. laavtai a Mm wkieh la aauaata* at a all 1MB. Uaabla to ml or writ*. to ■MM ktam k7 kawklag pica aa« tarti M to kal kaked klBMlf. Ba> fan Inc to wast late a variety al at laat kla propertlee tow at offlBlbaaaa la ■cheater, Plyaaatk tramways la var • ballder'e baataeaa hballdlog factory, cab _ furattare-reniovlng eatabllah aM aadertakerli baalness, restaur s^fe. tMrty m(n taverns, confection art afcapa, gweerr akopa, ironmongery j akiafa, trapery shops, fruiterers...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Eroni's Circus. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 4 August 1914

Eroni's Circus. l'hero is no foini of amusement wliicli delights u> llio same oxtent a:i a real up tj-date circus, and the oigmisition which Messrs. Eiuni Urns, lire presenting In the public of Iii»!ewot)cl on Kiiclay night next is one of the nuul exhilarating order. Eroni Mros., in addition to their regular large circus programme and performing iviTd animal show, will present to the approval ! of the public a Wild West programme of/ extensive and costly proportions. The champion of ill i-biinpion lini*es, Lindlock, will aivo an rx 11i11iti<111 of jumping in tlit* ciicus mitijiicp, Hiving everyone" an op p ut 11 niIy of witnessiii" lliis inaivellous lioise in action. The champion Ki 2 puny hi^li j it in pur. Silver Prince, will »|d0 appear, inippoiled liy Kmni Him.' striii" of jumpers", inu'iiiliii" .Siinlii'iiii, Daylight* f/uiy JIiilKiii^i.-l'liMism... I)ixI<j ami si.-vi.-ial ntlieiM. ,.Senoii:a Antoniti, ihe Spanish lady, will hold tlio audience entlualle...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Simpson's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 4 August 1914

Simpson's Creek; ■ (rilOM OUR CORKKSro.VDKNT.^ Oil Wednesday evening -'last Mr J. C. Metelimnn, at the heid.of.iibjuul.jif some 180 "tin-kettlers,'' commenced to bombard I "Violetta" utuhout8 o'clock. "Violetta,' II illicit mention, is Iho nimo of th« new I home of Mr find Mrs']'. Brownbill, junr. I who were married on Wednesday. Many friends of the newly-married couple Ind gathered round them In give their support in expedition of » night attack. After withst Hiding about live minutes of severe cannonading the doors of the citadel wete thli.'ivn open mid the host and hostess give e ich mid every 0110 a right' royal welcome within t he walls of their new "home. Mr Motelm.inn, who now took charge of the proceedings, c.inied out his duties in hi5 own capable maimer. - :~ The toasts honored during,, Elva evening were;—"The B'ide and. 'Bridegroom," proposed by Mr Metelnnnn and supported by .Messrs J. Coll'ey and K, ^lte(i,- ;Mr T. Brownbill junr., suitably replied^ "The Parents of the H...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING. FOOTBALL. INGLEWOOD v. KORONG VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 4 August 1914

sporting, FOOTBALL. inglkwood v. kokong valel. Although the Inglewood oluh lmvo no chance of winning the premiership they fulfilled their engagement with Korong Viilc on Saturday list, notwithstanding that some of ilieirpiominent members d.d not mnku the trip. The ground was -iti line form after the recent, ruin?, and alio uether ideal conditions prevailed. The home team was well represented, and won comfortably, but the play for the most put was interesting and pleamnt to w itch. A free to Fanner at the commencement pkced the Inglewood goal in danger, but 0. Glidnmn relieved. A good mark by Watts returned and Grieves made full use of a chance in front by kickir.8 first goal The Vale kept up the attick for the best part r f the quarter. Smith, .Sloan, Koberts and C. Gladman doing good defence work agianst a strong opposition. Hamilton put in some good runs and finished one with a point. Frotnafiee, W. Fisher obtained a goal, Jackman and Farmer adding one each shortly afterwards. The...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 4 August 1914

GOM'\ On {j.tuivJny l ist a JIeirs fJ.n-Jio-uj con.putwl Tor at .Llii,- Jmjfs/W.Vaft,, , * donated by Mr 8. K. iwiDtv Iimo playcis tool: pr.rb. Thr. I,n.t iho stick was put tip lty Dr. <}. \\. D.-itvi,, with 14. u. ,V. Sutlioi-luid and A. p|,j|' lips lied for lirst place, tlio play-off L„ UU phce on Wednesday noxf. .,Ar%,t*u was provided liy tltu l.icJios. : G. W. Sutheiland ... 'jo1' ^ A. Phillips : 8,j ^ '* W. Tatchell, junr ... 85 12 r't Dr. Dei,nin ... ... 74 II. Taynom ..v in W. E. L'imont . " ~' 8(J 12 •fas. Daniel i,3 <1 F. F, Jennings * 70 y i" R. Jennings on in J® A. W. Rochester \.; 95 i(! U. Donaldson ... ciq in 'd S. b\ Diddmus ... - 82 • $ G.R. 1! liluy .... ... • . 07 ft1 f, A.Coutt, .:. ' ion jo s.t' r? r>" Mv!ir"rt - .•••: 100 14 80 W w i 'y - ■•••• ,. 10!| .14 8 w. Wallace ... ... 108 '22 gfi \. bymonds ... o \\\ TatcholUe,,... . a0;. 1(, < C. Cameron ... - lot ifl gS G. Jwxon ■ 5/... /yo8--,i« <)0 V n* 't"" • - V-. - 9...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 4 August 1914

LET ME TELL YOU that now is y.our chance to buy^ WATCHES, CLOCKS, ELECTROPLATE and JEWELLERY. at , GREATLY REDUCED RATES As we have decided to alter Our Premises, atid put in an Up-to-Date Window,and Shop Fittings, We are holding an Extraordinary Sale with a. reduction of 3s in the £. Bveiytbing to be Reduced 15 per cent, off window prices. DON'T MISS IT P The; very time to buy presents oheap. Special reductions in E.P.Ware. No reasonable offer refused »f. B. EDWARDS, Practical Watchmaker, Jeweller & Optician Phone 737/- Pall Mail, Bendigo (near Mitchell-street v.U\L^ v Price for the Set 5/6 This handsome act including Silver Plated Mustard Pot (with spoon), Silver Plated Pepper Bo* and Silver Plated Salt Pourcr offered At the remarkably low price of S/6 for the set. All these articles are strongly made in the style now so popuIar( and form by far the most serviceable and artistic table set yet introduced. The quality and value lias never been surpassed in aRy part of the wo...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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BRIDGEWATER v. WEDDERBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 4 August 1914

I imiUGKWATER v. WEDDERBURN. These teams mot at Wedderburn on SutuuUy, when there was a fair attendance of spectators. The home team were with out the SBi'viecB of Saundcis, 11 ayes and Lemon, while Bridueivater did liot hive their full strength. The 111 itch win fairly even iind intore*tin<; thioughout, and was well umpired hy Pieice. tin the start of play Thompson forwuded to Bull, but a free to I<\i«arty relieved. Wedderburn sgiin attacked and Pratt scoter! n point. Wyliu secured the kick-oil' and sent to Daniel, butThoinpsoii returned and another point was scored., The home players took up from the kick-off mid ;;ot n go<il. . Wedderbuni attacked from-the bounce, but a free to Wjlie saved. McGurk returned, but.Bridgewater again forwarded and Huttenvorth scored first behind, J. Bissett adding another shortly after. The visitors continued to attack, and J. Stuirt forwarded to II. Luc is, who scored their first goal. Their second goal w.ii obtained ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 4 August 1914

Europe in Arms. General Fighting in Progress Germany Attacks France Heavy Firing Reported in North Sea. Monday, 11.30 a.m. Russia and Germany have begun hostilities. Russian troops have crossed the German border. A German force has entered France at Bisley, a small town across the Lor raine frontier. A report from a Liega, a Belgian town, states that 20,000 Germans crossed the French frontier at Nanky, but were repulsed I with heavy loss. The Russians attacked the railway bridge on the Waishe River, near Newstaat, several miles across the German frontier, but were repulsed. It is declared by "The Observer" that it is beyond doubt that a section of the Cabinet favors war breaking Triple Entente. The newspapers declare that British neutrality is impossible, and that it would be an act of desecration. Non-confirmed reports state that a wireless message has been received announcing heavy firing in the North Sea. , / ■ LATEST NEWS. Melbourne, 5.37 p.m. A British 9teamer has left Hull to ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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POSTAL RATES AND RECULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Pepua. Lord Hows Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 4 August 1914

POSTAL RATKt AND RECULATTOIIt w : i« [Where tho term "The Common, wealth" is uaed in oocnection with tio*e rates and regulation I it include! Prpua. Lord Hotv* Island, and Norfolk Iiland.J LKTTliHfl. For every } ounce or fraction thereof. For deliver; within tho Common wealth ... 0 I For delivery in the British Eb pire 0 1 Por dolivery in the New Hebridia, . Banks, and Torre* I»1 arrf* $ I For delivery in otiier place* i| LETTKB CARDS. For delivery within' the Common w—Hit i Single, Id. <vaofc; nplj, Id. mek kS,. For delivery in tfc* British Bmpii* (aMl list of place* itsdar )—mm-1 gle. Id. each. For delivery is Kmw BebridM, Burnt*, ■ ■ arti Torre* Island*—Clua)*, 3d. Mk, Pol deliver/ in otkar fiatet— ttBfW, 2Jd. each. POST CARDS. Single Roatoards inpretMd with tlx Id. stamp, and Kepiy or 4o*ble oardt, each hall of which h*a the Id. (tamp impressed thereon, may be transmitted to places within the Commonwealth, ana to those placet, enumerated vnder "letters)" to which Utte...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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WEDDERBURN CLUBS PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 4 August 1914

I WEDDKUISO'KN CLUBS PllOTESt. J lio following i.s a report of tho two I meetings of tlio association delegates, when I thero were present Mr. S. l<\ liiddams (in I the chair), and Messia Currie and Donald son ([nglewood), Burgo and Wighani (liiidgewater), Kiliott and Giieves (Koioiih Vale), liohbiu and Craig (IVodderburn.) USSATlKFACTOItV L'.MI'lllKK. Coiiopondence was road from the Dridgcwater club expressing dissatisfaction uitii the umpiring <il J. UmHtey, and re <|Ues ing the association o endeavor to I Imvn tlic two um pires engaged or tho tea-1 son (Varcoi! and Pierce) to keep to their agreement.—The secretary said he had written to the Mendigo Umniros' Laagu.i informing them of Liridgow iter's complaint. Mr. Clinic said that thu Inglewood - Wedderliurn match had lieon completely spoiled by bad umpiring. They had had an oflioial who did not understand the rudiments of the game, and was thoroughly iucoinuetont. A motio:i, ashing tho Umpires' Ls...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Cycling and Motoring Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 4 August 1914

I Cycling anil Motoring Notes. ! Phu Au-iU.'ili-i.'i h-ilf-miJo tlyi:i« slut motor cycle l oad jt'c'md- h iS" liuen nspiiu \tlU - ^ liid occ i?inn heiti" a ! Wcsti/ilmn n lined'[{'.iWignioi'o. His p°i> fji mtnco wis;acWigy^ulurf.pn, a 7 h p. I v-."VlV£ !,no: »peloot.ic.illy tunud. -3 ho rocprfrsbijisls nOfl 1-5 sue.-'. t> the credit of of South Australia. ..This tinW\luse7m>tvl)Goii twice ■equalled, first ly (Yic.) a„j I now hy Wiir.nnio. Tho^iI itUlrK'd ■ works ">ut at ipilc's _ 'l jie I>i'pyinus"lioI(lt?r . (lf tha Aduhide— Broken Hill record, .M.'Cheney, of Ade rtidi»t intends at an early d--tto m iking an attempt to regain tho :recoc^ ivliich at pro sent stands in tlio n.inic. of AI. Aittiimi-. whose timn for 32:i was 5>hrs 48niins. Aungei drove a .'15 li pi: "Overland," anil Cheney 'will ag iin -uject a^'-hord'' for the .tb'cmpV v A very line speed'tido was recorded by K. Tyler, in the Vicfcqriiu Motor Cycle Club's 10 miles road ia':e last week, over ■in out a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 4 August 1914

HAD TO LAY UP WITH COLD "I had a severe cold accompanied with distressing pains in tiie chest, and had to l«y up," writes Mr. Sain Scott, »6 Fitz gerald street, North Perth, W.A. "I had tried all eorts of medicines, but nothing did me the slightest ^ood. Having Chamberlain's Cnuuh Remedy in stock I tried that, and it gave me instant relief nnd 1 was quickly curcd. Best of all I have renamed cured." told by W. .leiimntis,. EtcreUcepc"- Ingluwood and Mysiai IS THE TIME TO BUY LAND Lek us Knav Your Requirements st oaca. A Penny Stamp will do it. Wo will do the rest. if TOO WANT Wheat Growing Country Sheep Grazing or - Irrigable Land for Dairying WE CAN SUPPLY YOU to onr immense success in the jMUt M Land Salesmen, wc lmve the Choicest Farms in V ictoria 03 our books for gale. Alf. E. Wallis & Co. " AUCTIONEERS, BENDIGO MOTORS AND CYCLES. THE INGLEWOOD MOTOR GHRHGE Specialises in all classes of Engineering. Motor Electrical Mechanical. Cars for Hire at All Hours.! In the charge ...

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SERPENTINE v. POWLETT [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 4 August 1914

SKRPKNT1NE v. POWLETT Tlie fowli-tt team visited Sei peiitine on Saturday, when an interestiii" jjune re sulted. Sei pontine had stieniitheiied tln-ir team fur tin! encounter, hot the visitors, slimvin^ tho benefit of practice, n>se to the |necM-ii.-ii and triumphed :! 8 lie-j hinds to 1 «oal !! Iiehinds. '1'lie in itch was well attended. Fur lVi'lett. l'orter was the liest man on the ground, with Matehosi (2), Cmniek, Oanlield. Tonkin mid Kmjaity also prominent. Serpentine were best served hy .Miller, Stuai', P>utUr, Tnpeoiv.i (2), McCiiuley, I'inns, Co'.itts and lliisett, II. Laniprell ollieiited .as c.'iuril unipiiu. 'i!in: ToivKiU team will he at homo In the Ins>lewood Wednesday team <m Saturday next, and will prolialily tiy innclusions with a team representative of (.lie Salisbury district in the near future, ihe issue ut staVu in this 1 ist match being a dinner, for rt hich the losers will have the privilege of '' Thu football match between Tama^ulli and La...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 4 August 1914

LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. 1, Subscribers who do not gire %%• |M53 notice to the contrary are consider#*! is rjishioK to Continue their subtorip feD. i. If subscribers order the discont inuance c\ their periodicals, tha jttblislier may continue to send thera on til AniiEAKS are paid. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect ta tske periodicals from the office to which fcev are directed, they are Bbspo sidle Istil they, haveSettled their bills, and tsderad the periodicals to be dis «otinu»d. i. If subscribers remove to other glues without informing the publishers, mi the papers are sent to their former firection, tlie subscribers are responsible, 6. The courts have decided thai "refusing to take periodicals from the offir." or removing or leaving them uo «!<.d for is prima facia evidepro of in< tij'.ional Fhaod. 6, If subucvbers puy i^i aj^anra for a jKiriodic.il, they are-* bound. to ziva Rwjce to the publftttbr, at the end of fi« time, that they -do not wish to co...

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Advertise Your District! TO ALL WHOM IT MAY-CONCERN. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 4 August 1914

Advertise Your District! TO ALL WHOM IT MAY-CONCERN. Jf you wish your district to gain pron |mm«i do not keav the knowledge of |m*I happening to yourself. I%ou with tv«nw >n whicn yow are interastedto ba tuSt public, just drop a line to "Tha olfif* in tiny to allow of (mogemtnti being made or a reporter la atnnd, or, fatting that, try you* own kani at resetting. Don't botfier te any «r(*( extent about the composition of *r»itint; >>»' write lully and clearly—the oitUor will do the rest. iWcddings, deaths, aocidentg, oon certs, •porta, soofal gatherings and personal parMtaphs are all of ititereat to your nwgBljcri, and by drawing public atlaa ifon (o your district you are daing a good work. That Ihore is reason for thii reminder is not onr fault. We bare, unfortunately, no miraculous power of knowing wharfa happening in all the area served by this ^ornal, but arc desirous, wtth your co-l ♦fioration, of lessening our limitations. Write the names of persons and plaeen distinot...

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The Geelong Advertiser. TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 4 August 1914

Tl'KSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1914. Tenders for additions tn this Hour mill, Hridgciviter, aio invited liy Messrs lVebe mid Girvin, architects, Hendigo. A reward is offered fur tile let urn tn this ollice (if a rubber motor coat, lost. in tin Inglmvood—Kurtitig district on. Tlnusd.iy last. ■ ' The secretary of the Inglowood Hospi tal dir. SauiGel ,Decide), acknowledges! with thanks the receipt of the following :— lOyijs and butter from Mrs. Kiniry, Korong Vale ; 18< 3d from out patients ; £'10 Is 0.1 from in-patients. A good audience greeted the initil ap pearance on .S iturd.iy night of the Madam Willi unson Dramatic Company. The piece chosen was that well-known story of Aus tralian liusli life, entitled "llobhery under Arms," and the woik wis well portrayed. The piincipal character, "Captain Star light," was poweifully delineated liy Mr. Geoige Melrose-particu'.aily in his disguise 'as Monsieur Gourliy, the Frenchman, who successfully bailies all ellorts to detect him, ' whilst M...

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