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

For Bronchi*! Coughs take iVondu' Great Peppermiu Cur?, .It 6d Mr. K. \Vilnon, of Kuitiog, eUewliere noiifies thit he has Federation seed wheat, off new land, for sile. For Ccugh« and Coldi. Ttk* Wood* Great Peppermint Cum '

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 January 1914

A Home-made Hair Grower THAT DOES MARVF.r.S. — o • Uiuin" the lasL few yours annoiiucenient's Ipivo appeared occasionally telling l|o>r to : niitke a really jjr.od hair tunic that would notu:illy make the hair ^row, "»d it give* : us pleasure to learn that so many who luive tried it have obtained such remarkable re ' hults. One lady writes-'that immediately alter leading the formula, ahe went to her chemist and had him put up as diiected, 1 ounce of Lavona de Composee, | dram Menthol Crystals, and :5 ounces of Bay Hum. She took tliii home and, although her hair had been falling out terribly and she was threatened with baldness, she was aMonished and. delighted to see tlmt the fulling out of the hair stopped immediately. Mid the hair itself began to gro.v in an amazing manner. In fact, she states that ■ it lias already »rovvn nearly 8ins. in a little orer t>vo month*. Moreover, her hair is now brighter, ylossier and more luxmiant thin everand is still ginn-my. She rubbed 1 the....

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 January 1914

psuajjo JL9A9 aoiKA AS3B P»» fulfil '■! spoog ||u 'Stim&s xiPj oi S| anvs saHHns s.naxaoj NOSVUS 3H1 JQ iN34:a a^JL -> t 1 Special Show w ; 1 ,, of .. New Snrinq Millinerv. Saturday,Nov. 1st While Thanking our Numerous Patrons for Payors we are always] (pleased to welcome . NEW ONES IKBMb \ (A OA.BD.J Or, Garn«t W. Deravin, lb* laylavood Ho^lUl.. .. a ' •■- '■.» ,.... ,. BEifB'trj intimate that he may. lie. son suited «t the Rooms oi the late J,)? Weinberg. . Visits Brld8*w«t«r Monday* and Thursday# . • from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., F1NDLAY'3 RAILWAY HOTEL. Visits Serpentine on the )ait Friday in Every Month. ■ Public Vaccinator. (A CARD.] Dr. A. Norris Wilkinson, M.U C.B.Eafltnd ; L.R.C.P., London (BweeMor to late Dr. Adams.) Honorary Snrgeon Inglewood Hospital Late Hon. Surgeon to Port Pirie and ■ . Payleaiord Hospitals. Visits : ■rldgtwattr: Every Tuesday and Friday. Newbridge: Every Wedneedav, 4p.m. Serpantir*: Every 2nd Monday in month. ALEX. BELL, Late T. Phillips, Chtmist...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 January 1914

^ivtrtlsc Voiir District! ; « rOAU. WUOM IT MAY CONCKUN. Hvou wifli your district to gain prom l„ ice, do 1101 kc''° °u knowledge of , 1 linni«*»i»fi» 10 .voUrB>,f' Ji,y°» w,8h lain wliicli vou ere interested to be ff"LCr" office in lime to allow of "m(le for a rdl'ortcr fn attend, or, failing Unit, "try your own .•rid at report'"«• Jlont botl,er. !° a»y ..I extent about (lie composition of g fir m "st " lite fully ami crloarly—the ^Stor will do tlio rest. UVdJin-H, dent lis, accidents, concerts, ,nnr|S social gatherings and personal iri"Vni'iiH »'« i'" <'£ interest to your Khors, and l>y drawing public atten tion to your district you are doing a good work. That there is reason for this reminder noi our fault. We have, unfortunately, „o miraculous power of knowing what, is hmi'cniii" in nil Hie area served by this ioi'riial, I"" iir0 desirous, with your co operation, of lessening our limitations. Write tlie numes of persons and places distinctly. Write only on one s...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANGLICAN. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1st. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 January 1914

ANGLICAN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1st. Inglewood— 11 n.m., II.C. 7 p.m., Evensong. Simpson's Creek— • 2 p.m., Evensong Kingower— 3.45 p.m., Evensong AH services by the Vienr. Korong Vale— 11 a.m., Mattins. ' 7.30 p.m., Even»ong. Powiett— S p.m., Kveoaong. All Mrvicet) by Mr. C. Farrant.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church Notices. PRESBYTERIAN. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY lst. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 January 1914

Church Notices. PKESBYTKRIAW. SUNDAY, FEUUIJAKY lat. I rpHE RKV.'S; WAl.KKR wilt enndiu-t 1 services as under : — Iiiglewood—11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Bridgewfttor-3 p.m.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 January 1914

...C1UCKET. 'I'lie second, day's) l>lay of the two dnv«' between Arnold and Newbridge ok pluee at Arnold f>" Saturday. On » p fir-t duv Arnold were di«minied for ii- rim's, wliilst Newbridge put together for the loss of 9 wickets. The Inmainin" wicket, however, on Saturday nut on 3!> runs', W. Gerraml being chiefly responsible w-th 32 not out, A rnold were ill deposed of in tin- second innings for Kft runs an'1 tlu'" ,,Uil<°l1 to il" afternoon's Icatlier-lnintinir, Newbridge scoring 121, r the lfHH of three wickets. The follow J lire the N'ores of the second 'innings: Arnold. J. Brownbill, b Chamberlain 0 \V. Orahnm, b Chamberlain ... ... 9 Cliainlicrlain, b Chamberlain ... 7 \V. Weir, <" Mi'.AIuice, b Gibson ... o T. Wilson, l> McAleicc 18 |[. Stark, c A. Chamberlain, b McAleici? ... ... ... 2 A. Arnold. <: Michael, b McAleicc 1 R. Woodall, c I- Holland, b Oierrand ' 0 A. lirownbill, b Gerrand .... R-j F.'Metclfrtann, b Gemtnd ..;. 4 'i\...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING. TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 January 1914

SPORTINti. • ; -'l'ENNIS. The only awocmtlon match to-morrow * 11 |(C that between tlio H. and C. teams ro»«on of tho interesting stiRo tlio com. nation Ims now gained, upon the issue S p nil" the fate, ;w far as it, season', L"PC(,« i* concerned, of ("vol. team, eonse ,'nMv 'ha .nvileli ,h..n)d l,e keenly con ' , The 15. team has been .selected v> Mlnws • —Messis. F/uiiont, O. Sutherland, flitclielf,' Alihhl-s Jemiing*, firay, iLIlls and Cavnwigli. .

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 January 1914

Longer Ago than Yesterday. Yesterday is not long W4r>, bijt tjve yuafj is. To hiive been cured Jootl ago, 10(J tn have been well ever since, surely meant a permanent cure. Head what this wi;ra»n tins to say about it. Mrs. M. J. ltnchester, Tavistock Houit), Brooke-street, [nglewnnd, say* :—"I bad kidney trouble for year.*. The symptom that won led ine most whs a steady aching pain aciors the small of my Imek, jusfcov'et' the ki-3iicys. It was |*i ticularly severe after stooping, or-exciting myself in any way. At iiiglit.1 sol little iL-sr, and always felt tired and languid, and whs subject to Kiddy attacks. I was really Imd, and lintjjing seemed able to give me else. [ had niy attentjo|i palled to Doan's "|{.ic|aichp Kidney I'ills, and ant thei|i '(t Hall's piixi'r ni*»cy. They did 1110 Rood almost.-immedi ately, so 1 went on taking them until I wan cured, using In all sii bottles. My bi»ok is stionjfand free from pain now, and I feci splendid in everyway; ' There's tin doulit -i...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A District Pressman. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 January 1914

A District Pressman. The following, which has reference t» Mr. J. McNamura, formerly of Serpentina and Inglewood, «nc. who is well-known locally, nppears in the Devonport (Tas mania) "North-West l'..st'p nf 20th inst: — Lust week Mr. J. McNamara, who i* now residing Ht I'urnie, completed ii"> yewV connection with the [ire?*, eighteen of which have been solely devoted to the oc cupation. In the second week of January 188!> (three weeks after leaving the SiUte ' school) he was appointed ci'iTespondent at a place called Serpentine Creek, ;i0 miles north nf Hendi»o, for the Hendigo "Inde pendent," and three years later lie changed to the "Bendisfo Advertiser.'' Early in February, ISilo, tlufc journal oll'ered him it position on tho literary staff, but for nrivjte, reason? lio declined. Twelve month* Inter the offer was again nude, when it. wan ac cepted. Mr. .M'Nnm.ua remained for .seven years, during which time in addition to working in Bendigo city, he represented the "Adverti»e...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 January 1914

MAKK HIM I T.IM. Yd UNO. ■ "I 'luul pains in the elite! a id Moniarli whii'li ihe <loet it-fwiil ncire ilno to iinli Eeetion," writes Mr. K. Ilealev, Stul lli1'', Kaiiriwn, N.Z.. "ah IiU nieiliciiie ili<l nu* no ttooil I was ntlvimd l-vtrv Chaniju'i - Iain's Tablets, ami <l?<i, :«<). 1 (jot j'/Artje d|i>'te ipl'ief, aii(| am jiqW pcvef wjthotit'ff l>fittle i|i my room. f ajp * very tjlcl Wf!> but Chair.t/erlajn's Tatilgta nuke n e f$e| aell'aml yonim." Sold by W. .lei ilt"gei itoreke?ier, Iiinlowoo<J and Mytia. >• •

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Railways. KORONO VALE STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 January 1914

Tbe Railways. koro.so yai.k station. O^in'S to the development nf tiviltic Ih-* e^j.-iijna •»( Kiii-nii" ¥•»!§ st'iti'in i* tnt.iily imcli'i|ii'(le V"l' inenU, ami in nidei tn'ni erooiue lilo iliHI" oulty the It-ill way Commissioner* -witlw lised lust year-in extensive scheme r.f tin - pioveuu'iils with the object (if pmvidin<2 necessmy fnciiilies f. r tlie economici*! and etlieient conduct of business. Tlie work whs he»un some tune ttnd nlmut 50 men hig now employed nil the site. Tim enrthivoiks hip pniclicilly linished, Mid a stmt has been nude with (Iik litying of the nilii mi the now truck*. Tim scheme pro vides fm- * complete re-ari'iiiRt'nifUt nplhe lixistjiii; trucks nmj thy. enlistructj'.;n of -laditiiiniji sidi|i^ no'c'■ 111n;■ "!*11"• 'ie HI e!; tVin of ;jn jsty'nd plffjirii villi 11)is "hp* Ijtiildin'.'f. iiid .-lieiiei: for ivwwi: i;or> ; extensive ilterUjons tn the existing goods sheds.ii wci^liliiid:^. un]cruie ; tliu pi-nj-isjoii nf-slndtw, .viti;tif»-. ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Gypsum in the Mallee. ENORMOUS DEPOSITS LOCATED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 January 1914

Gypsum in the Mailed. ENORMOUS DEPOSITS LOCATED. J Qypsi)tp, }* found in rarious places , in Victi.ru, ji»s a very wjije ijiatrjbijt jon (ii . the mallee distiint. The'gaoioujoal dopait nient has recently been making! survey* of these deposits, and the mineral, which has [ been analysed, Ins been found t*i he very pure. GypHimi, wliich is a hydrated sul I plute nf lime, is extensively used for mak , ing plaster of puis and cements,' for the manufacture nf paving material*, for tho i making of cheap paints, and also for soil i improvement. The (jnantity raised in Vic I toria in 1912 was 2078 tons, the value being M359. One of the largest deposits is at Ivow ^lajns. 'f"e P'ilway line fiom Ouyen to Murray villi), ft Iipn'-'l) "!{' Ml" Mjlijura line, passes near it. The native name for gypsum iscnpi, vi*., "white." It takes thp form of a cieaniy white flowery powder. It occurs as mounds, gonontliy, from 80 feet to ,')0 feet high, a few chain* In width, and Ql) or HO chains in length. At...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 January 1914

THE CO NO BUT. The conceit held at night ni the Toivu Hull was well patronised, the hall being comfortably tilled. Au excellent piugmiuine was KOtie through, which provided good enteit.iinnient, nil items being accorded un appreciative heal in;;. Apologies were in ide by the Rev. Father Howell for the un avoidable absence of Miss K. Mooney and Mr W. Curtain, two vocalis'.s whose ser vices hiid been counted on., TIu; programme was as follows Overture, "llusarenit," Mjsa L. llowells ; song, "The Steersman,'' Mr p. $tr»uss,' encored ; song, "Faiiy Waters," Miss Votlo', encoied ;song, "Till the Sands of the DerOi t. upny cold,'! •Mr Allsop ; song, "Thinkingof Tliee,1' AJra Gralum j song, "Eternal Re»t," Mr 1], Trehearn, encored ; song, "I.ocli Ijonnnd,'' Miss Vein O'Donnull, encored : instrument t»l duet. Misses llowells ; .song, "My Ain Folk," M iss Hild.i Veale, encored ; song, "The F.irmer's Piide," Mr R. Tiehearn, and as an encore "Aletander'n Rag-time Bind" ; t-nug, ".Spring Flowai...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
YARRABERB SUB-DIVISION. LARGE AVERAGE CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 January 1914

Hli A BKRI5 SUIi-DlVISION. LARUE AVERAGE CROPS. An "important development during the lust t*o nv tlireo years hat bean the sub division r>f h luge stretch of the Yarraberb fistat;', |i)!t.tveeij Campbell's Forest and £).'ihy. Tjie prst while pistojiil'soljt|id<) jus been broken by the hum of the harvester. Dining the past three years over 100 men hive been employed felling and oarting away the box trees. The Messrs Thomas and lleginaM Clarke, who bought -nine 1200 acre;s employ uliout six men the ye n rriund on their farms. Under the squatter regime, Iho whole cf the snb-divi«ioii em ployed but two men constantly. Closed roads have been opened. Substantial homesteads have been erected, and perhaps (he ta'st lest of ihe value of mixed farmin;; oyer fiji)attj'n<! (o the §tate js the jncrpase of business at the lle.vhy vnilwiiy station and the Riiityaitrirtui- Flour mill. As fast as-eonditionn pinnlt the now selller* Hie increasing their orojipiw; area. '■ Some...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Campbell's Forest. SPLENDID FARM LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 January 1914

— :—:—rr,—r . r -r~. Campbell's Forest. . SPLKNDfD FARM LANDS. It. i? indcod an exceptional y«r»r in which good profitable ciiijin are not harvested in the Campbell's Finest district. I:i fact, it is tlie justifiable boast' of the farmers that ill thsiiliiest of yens a crop is always g«t in Campbell's Forest. ' Tins h itisfnctoiy position, U dim l.i land aiM gum! fnpn i.ij;. Anyone would It-ive to go ii long way to fimV hind, that isht>*'s, eft" lifctlej.wear and tour as the resiljlt'W tlieiftlmost continuous cropping during the past 40'yoars. Many of the.pionecis lived to reap the reward of thelr'labors iu'clcaiiiig the land of its heavy lio* timber. Many otliors have gone to a better reward, and thcirsons and daughters arc occupyiuR the films so much labor carted out of the forest. Tho dfctiict is splendid proof of the stability of timbored country when brought under farming. | Campbell's Forest is otherwise as favor ably situated. Its proximity to n market town like Bondiyo al...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEHLA. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 January 1914

WEHLA. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT)   Last Saturday a meeting of the tributers   of the Golden Gute mine was held at the | Mechanics Institute, and it was decided to draw the attention of the Ministor of Mines   to,the fact that the company last August received 4oz. 9dwt of gold from the claim, but have not paid a penny to the triguters. Work at St. John's mine finished last July, but many of the men have not been paid. Consternation was felt by the sleeper cutter when they heard that no more con tracts would be let for sleepers. Most of the men having taking up this work and found it profitable, no doubt some of them with families will obliged to look for fresh fields and pastures new. A little rain fell on Sunday but nothing to speak about. Most of the tanks are empty.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 February 1914

PUBLIC NOTICE#. / IngfewooU Hospital Ui'corpuriited,) rJKCKUM'?5 tor Jannarv. — Constable l1 Connie, i'l a I; .1.'Johns, XI In; C.'Isaac, Is; K. Wilson, medicine, bottles;H. Jewhurst,£G; W. I'ea'.lierst'one, £1 Ss Uii; Bank of Victoria, £2 2s; O. T. Wills, £5; Koran;; Vale Sports, i'12 14? 2d; Howell Vornlli, £2; K. J. Millikca. 17s CM ; Koron^' Vale Traders' Association! £2 2s; J. Jenkins, £1: In-patients, £(!4s; Oul-paticnis, lUs (id; Thomas llendnr. £l'ls. Total, £44 7s lid. 1 illUtHo. §hi?*e of Korong '|"tKX DKliP, addressed to the L'rosldenl , 1 and endorsed with the Advertised number, will be received at; the .Shire Office,Wedderburn';; until 11 a.m. on Thursday, llie 12th ii'tyotl-ebnuu'y, li)14, fo-the followi.i),'works:— v ; Contract No; lod — Alternate; tenders timber and concrete bridue at Simp • son's Cieek. near Har»reaves' and u .McCitinish - ' S|ieci.(iwitloiis to be seen at lown Hall, Inglewood, and iii nju ojiiru Oiiilc, it ed derburili r>n uftcr ntli February, '...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Bet Bet Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 February 1914

Bet Bet Shire Council. I Tuesday's meeting of theMioie coun cil » toiler w;t:i received from ,W. Sliai man, of Llanelly,'asking'for permission to out trees mi Ijlanelly and Irishtow», mid T-ir naguHa i|iul Arnold's Bridge roads, at north and smith end nf Llanelly township.—Per mission gianted oil usual conditions. ■ Cr ISennttt said I buy won! tiying to got a prosecution for cutting timber on llm Natte Yiillock road. Since then someone had cnt nil trees on the road. Tin? poison who hiul cut the trees had evidently taken advantage of his (Cr. Hi'iinett's) work at harvest. The President—Tlio praotico was getting too common. At Arnold's eveiy M.ick wiis cut oil' the road. He thought the police at Arnold's could do butter work in protect ing the council's interests. In conuection with the Lluielly dam, where fences hud lieun cut, he wrote to the inspector, but received no reply, lie would like the sec retary to write nnd see if the inspector got the letter in order to put r. stop to the...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Police Constable's Suicide. AT KANGAROO FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 February 1914

Police Constable's Suicide. at kangaroo flat. Oil Saturday morning Mounted-constable j Alii.*, of Kangaroo 1' lit, committed suicide in a most deteimined manner liy shooting himself with the regulation ser vice revolver ut the Kangaroo Flat police station. For many years past, deceased had .suffered from I .1 must painful nnd incurable malady which alfecled hi* face, and it times caused in teil'e agony. Despairing of obtaining re lief, lie evidently determined to end his tuHeiings l<y taking his own life. Mount 1'il-con^Ulile Allis was ~m years of age, nnd had been a meinhei' of the Vic torian police force for :M yeais. Had he | resigned hefoie committing (he lash act or remained in the foice for another two years he would have heen entitled to retire nnd draw a substantial pen.-ion. The deceased nfjieer uas well known throughout the IIWKljgy djstiict and other parts of Yictoi in, •]n(l whs well respected.' JJe was lust st.c tinned at IVichester, jmd about SO yeaiii »ao w...

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