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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 October 1914

ftUllr il .•iOtlCtfc. ■ q^noM auo ^oj snoi?onpoa reroatfs-" XN3WXHVaaa XOOS *S9sno|g pue s4uin)so£> Aiuiea -SMopufM'3S •moojmoTis ui j&OHS ISamTIIH H3HHI1S s4|xaod : *9s naawixaas ' Avcrani vs "Here We are Again!" Arthur - - - - Nixon, General. Merchant INGLEWOOD. Cordially invite? the public of Jnulewood ....and surrouiriiii^ districts to "come over hieire" and in^vct Iiih large and varied ■toeks. His qualities arc 'second to noue, and prices the very lowest. Those who are unolile to visit Nixon's Stores will do well to write, for quotations, when a repiv per return pint will be sub mitted. Goods carefully packed and sent per rail same day a? order received. A consignment of Split Brojul Palines jUBt to hand 4 and 5ft Pointed Pickets. Fencing Droppers No 8 Steel Fencing Wire, remarkably cheap No 8 and 10 Sleel Galvanized Wire 12 and 14 Gauge Barbed1 Wire' Wire Nettings . Red Gum Fenaing Posts Hardwood and Soft wood in all sizes Agent for the"I.eader"Cooking Stoves Agent ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 October 1914

Advertise Your District! T0 ATX WHOM- TTr, »fAY CONCERN. Ii you wish your district t o gain prom inence, do not keno the knowledge of local hajipertUjgs to yourself. I*»ou wish events in wlVirfh you »re interested to1 be jundiM'ublic, just aiop a line to "The Advertiser" otflfe in. time to allow of arrangements being madfe lor a reporter lo at tend, or, failing tfial, fry your own ham) at reporting. Don't bother to any <;rral extent about the composition of articles;'just write fully and clearly—the editor will do the rest. ... Weddings, deaths, accidents, /concerts, Biiorts, social gatherings and, personal imneraplig' are a'1 of interest to your1 iicigfibore, and bv'drawing public atten tion lo your district von are doing a'gqod work. " • . Tlmt ,t norc is reason tor tnia reminder is not our fault. We have, unfortunately, no miraculous ttoiver of knowing what is happening iu rfn the area served by this journal, but are desirous, with your, co operation, of lessening our ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Cycling and Motoring. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 October 1914

Cycling and Motoring. V Four- wfil! kpnwn ..Australinn-road racing cycli-ts in Messrs U'in Kirjtliaiii, I. R. ill mil", C. Stiell iin (! G. IJell .ippytrd hnek in Melbourne from Fiance lust week un<l lil' Llio lieltana. All are well but glad to get luck tn Australia again: 'Messr.® I'ier • cey.and Ko«Fi', tu'0 other members of this .team of liil&'rs, ivlio H-enc liome under the auspice.-1 of the Diinliip':Itn1)ljpr On.-, havo crossed to America to tnku put in the tiack racin» there.: Kitlth iiii^aiid iMuriro liotli rode well inni-iny of tliii long distance European i/yid . events, lint ihe dill'erent conditions that apply to load racing on the Continent' necessitated their- adoptiii<; a totally dill'erent tiyio ■ of tiding, which naturally meant a bin handicap when pitted ayaiiist 1 hi' wnild's best.' riders. However lliey did sisHi-.-i iitiy ivi-ll mider the con ditions to tun ilie praise of lioth the French and Knitlisii cycling press, and the Gladi a...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Inglewood Advertiser [?] OCTOBER 6, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 October 1914

S/h |naJ'%jaS 1UKSI" , ()CTu!;:.IM;, The annual mectim; oMIic IVr'ro^h r.ind will be 1« .« ^ H«ul on ,^«4?y«-1.8th '«<«* 1 'c v.'' , ', •> • | ■tHiiteanJit;^t^ Mil??. \v*<'eK f«»i .» .fc. ill wp • ?.\vr V- •, ,■ " •* lieutenant to the Hoj.M '' J . j Corps #"d ^ <>" Au"ust 2 front. • , \ For the Hospital Sunday RAtheiin3 toho\ HlIllilN safe.® anthemVsnO hymns will lie vcndeiud 'S S^-riwu^'.-'^ia^Xv! noon next. The follow ins U.nd.1' ha* been accepted bv the Public Wmks department. '»• ftn£ M,loyvo^, [<« =je|»... to Quaiiilmtocik "Slate iscliool. Tenders are elsewhere invited, i et urnible up till Thursday, October 8th,. for vaiiou* Joilli in the. Koion» shire. . ' ^ -Another cyanide robbery hastaken pl«e in the Maryborough district. On th ;oc r^ion t*v«i points «t Aim.i »«-iu '» into," nd L40 worth of slimes removed. Mr' .lohn^Glover,- nged CO ■ye»»sU» r°;"V dent of (Juambatonk, died i" «he h^Pit'' on' Wednesday last, the <...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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[?] [?]tion. DISCUSSED BY BOROUGH COUNCIL. SOME INGENIOUS SUGGESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 October 1914

xxxxxxtion. DISCUSSED BY BOROUGH COUNCIL. SOME INGENIOUS SUGGESTIONS.   At Friday evening's meeting of the Borough Council a "breezienss" prevailed which, in these troublesome days, was decidedly refreshing. The water question, which at present is of paramount import- ance, formed the chief topic of discussion. 'Councillor# had evidently given consider j able thought-to the- solving ot, th> pro blem which-p'eriodic.olly.calla for attention —> 1 imt' of.providing•,an ipnplc aijd .per-] nuwont 9U|»plv for ;the . M being that various.original theoTiripyerc( advanced.- Kach was'wpnnTy advocated Uv ite author, anil ,'the discussion wlneli resulted was, to suv theleast, interesting. Gr. Leigh, with a return to quite ins old form, was largely in evidence throughout, and', hv rutliless' and' general conuemna-j tion of every idea but' his own,-created i numerous 'diversions. Councillors at t'imes' were inclined to resent his critic-1 isiris, but an appreciation of the liui...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Claim for Damages. PLAINTIFF NON-SUITED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 October 1914

Claim for Damages. PLAINTIFF NON-SUITED. At the County Comb yesterday, His llonnr. I udgo .John "Inn prosidiiij!, Mniy A. Doian proceeded against Oliver and Achillea (!i ij' claiming £(> Ids 011 account of the death of ].'! turkeys valued ill 10s each, alleged t.o have lieen killed tluoitgh eating poi.somAl giaiii Mild In have lieen dropped from defend-nils' di.-trihul ing c.irt along the main Fnglewood to Wedderbm n load 011 tlie Mill Miiu-h last. Mi IIoi 111 appeared fur the complainant, a-id Sir •luliti (jiiivk, instructed hy Mr D. 1 Suthei land for defendants. I Tlie defeucc was a denial of ownership [of the turkeys l>y conipUinant, 11 denial of , negligence, and contributory negligence 111 [allowing the turkeys to wander 011 the Ihiiihway. Tlio following ovidenco was taken :— Maiv A^nes Doran deposed that sho wis I he wi'fu of Pit tick Doiau, of WeddeHmr.n .J miction. On Lhn 14th March she wanted to feed lier turkeys. Her son drove tliem in from the load. WUun brought in ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 October 1914

.Foi Brnncliiiil Ciiuglis l.'iko . , •W tods Ore it. Peppermint Oure, 1? 6 ' PKOIM.I'V.'.XKU" Jl'.S VALUE. "If people knew,j'tlie . real; value cf j Chamberlninls Uoujih Heme'uv they would I iiev- r he without iv bottle in the house," i ,'pnyj Mr.v l-'nbull, Uii I'.-ery Buildings, Kew , tv.iit/i bury HouU. Du! ivich 11 ill, • N.fvV '.M have nerd it in i»y family ■' it tbe saft st medicine either for , Ki-dt'Mi nr adults. and can tluiroajrlilv - I u u.'aiijMut. .Sqll i>y W ■li'l|ni|ie"y sfi'iri-l;''.!! tK-r, 'ivlu'.rood am1 Mt-tiia . ■ S:01ti)Sj>:S SKIN KOOD. Every woman who wishes to appear beautiful should use "Soroses" for the skiu, it betaf; unsurpassed in preserving the complexion. Soroses fcjkin l'ood is fresheniiij,', softening, cleansing ami beautifying, makes aII blemishes such as pimples, freckles, wrinkles, sunburn and eallowness disappear like magic. l'rice 2s lJd per jar. Obtainable* at MisB K Southey b, Ingleivood.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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KINGOWER. PATRIOTIC CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 October 1914

KINGOWER. patriotic oonckrt. (li'iom our Correspondent.) Mhwns mi intensely loyal «iul lii«hly " ...•■••iscinlivu niidiuncu tint mot m tliu Kin statu soIhh.I »ii Vi-Ul»y ovoinng lust. II. miu "f tl>" !iul,,rl1 cniiiinilteu i LMiim '*H ,vn the lint cucoit'hold ill l.iil it. Hcuild mil, hu tlie ]:ist it « l.i!e I lie l'!ni|>ii'i> »nd lu-r loy.il M.ns , „ ltd "-i-niice." Mi- G. K. L eveiill J n.il' Io-ic-liei) pn-.-iileil. and Llio item- wit.; mi.l.li'fl nni"l.V I'.V invent =i"d |m-t. ,,, ,,i. (1j tliu sjh.i.'l. 'Ill-" follotvinn [no- J '' 'i„nlL> iTiiilfi'ttd S.iti;.!, "A P.ikoti foal'iiro, True Mind," scholar, ; ,eciU lion, ' Gnisslmppoiv' Jimmi*; «on», "Hoy, ci,-Vlicid," .scliolal.s ; ri;citaUun, 'Gisa- J i" l!.w« 1'i-icc : (li iliiL'iu', "I'nt and I Dinner, +-** - - T the Magistrate," Horace Nels m ii.nl Douglas ; song, "l/iifiiil t)n> Flag," nr.i ; Iecit'iLinn, "Never my Fail," Annie Uastow ; dialogue, '"An A'neiiean .Sun IVellpr," '!• Price, F. Douglas, Mini (J. Wa...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 October 1914

GOLF.. i Thel'mal< mcetinj: of the Inglewood club for the season was held at the-Mechanics' Institute on Tuesday evening,.Mr. J. C. .Morrow, president,presidin<:. The balance sheet, as audited, was recehud and adopted. 'J Ins allowed tlie dub V'i be in an excellent financial. posi tion, a credit balance of £3 lis 10,1 reinain iit*r after the- season's operations. The receipts for the year were ■ :£I04 ISs' 2d, the chief.sources 'of revenue being sub scriptions, £-14 3;r fidy anil tournament entry £2$.""'.■Trojihiei-aad 'prices, together with the' improvement an'ij maintenance qf tjie- links, ' made jht; principal jtenj3 of expenditure. A hearty yote of thanks- was accorded the president and members of committee for tljo i)blo inai|uor in which they haij dis(Jjar^o I (heir rospeotive duties on the motion of -Mr: II. ; Taysom ami .Miss t.amont, while, tlie appreciation in which the efforts of .Mr. IV. K. I.amont, hon, secretary and treasurer, is held was voiced b...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Hurling [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 October 1914

Hurling (nunr nun coiiUKsroxiiR.VT.) Actinc under directions from- llieEdii-:i PiiUon Department; (lie head toucher nml i committee of the ;Knrtlng.,Stnlo school lmve opened n |>at riot iu fund. v::-i They hare arranged-for an extensive bombardment of the spare cash of the district, an.'. already, their army -holds an almost.impregnable position, duo- largely to the success of the .boy and uirl scouts,' who havo.dnnied themselves of mmjli to, bring their foriifiejitionsmp to the highest itatfi of e(llttienpjvs<.<-MVnrft satisfied ilml. it is onlyhv the "con tinned effort anil self sacrifice of " all • thai, a victory ran be brought about,and wo appeal to Iheallies of our suriomidini: districts to do u little to reinforce imrfarm.v;>••••**• -■ On Septciiiher .111 Itivo><;aincd it■■ signal Eiicccss, and pou- hold- a very important. Eirajietifal pr.F'nimi. lieinforced by onr &11 jegj '\vn hopj) to follow uponr success tiv'still yrpaM'.r...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Korong Election. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 October 1914

Korong Election. The following letter, signed t>y J. Spain; lion. sec. Ohirltoii hritich A.G.F., appears In the" Charlton" "Tribune"-:—"Oil behalf of the Charlton branch: of the Australian Catholic Federation T cravu the -space nf a few lines 111 your paper, to deny certain I'imors which have been circulated through out theUharlton distnct in connectinnwith the forthcoming contest-for the electoratenf Koron" in the .Legislative Assembly. It has beei.1 suited.hy men, who (.ill fair minded peuple would lliinkV should It mm- hiHter, that the 0 ilholics of Cliai Hon were bring ing a Labor candidate foriviud to contest the seat and were \nthdi-.\wini! their.suppMit. from Mr. Oray, M.LA. There is nob sin atom of truth in these rumors, and ,the election his no; been, discussed -by uny meeting °f Catholics since Lhe last contest for this scat. 1 mi^ht. mention fur the henulit of nil fair minded. Protectant olcc tors, and they are m a ■ btsj mxj.iiity, that these statements are beiny made...

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[?] [?] [?] the [?] "The Common[?] used in co[?] with [?] [?] [?] [?] Papua, [?] [?] and Nor[?] Island.] [?]TERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 October 1914

i 4!'u flfctluLA rioKn — . tllf (I'l'lli 'Mile (.'oitlliioij. ■ ... i> llsrd iii Collin"-! Uin ttilu ..., -ill'. ;i-i.l:it;oiih il ,n< .ttduo lVpua, nr., in,..i js-i::uJ, ijlid Nuilolk Island 1 IJ-.'iTtJiS. •Koi I'wrv J ounce ur fioction thereof, •oi cr.v niuiiii use Common . ii 0 1 •i.r delivery m tho British Em , pin-' • • - 0 1 m, delivery in tho Neiv Iiebrui**, 1«.-(«:i.s, and 'iorri'6 Inland* ,, 4 f For denary in other places .. ® LET'lEU VAllOQ. Kur delivery within the Uommonw»«Hfci ^ single, Id. e.wih; reply, Id. ««d» katf. For delivry in thi Uritiih Kantr* (**( list ol" ij):ice8 cr-dcr "Lsttcra^')—Si*, tie. Id. each. For delivery in Now Hebrides. B*olu a;;;! Torres lilancU—6i«gl«, 2d. Met! For delivery in otbsr pta*e* - Bta«l*' 1!JU. each. 1 POST CARDS. Single Poatcarda iaapretmd wltfc Ut* Id. it.-i:up, and lieply or double oardt each half of which hat the Id. (tarns impressed thereon, may be transmitted to places v.ilhin the Commonwealth, and to those places, ...

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Church Notices. ANGLICAN. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11th. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 October 1914

Church Notices. ANGLICAN. SUNDAY, OCTOUKI! 1 Kit. Injilewootl— j H a.m., Mat.ins. I 7 p.m., Kvrnstui);. f Simpson's Crct*!;— I L'p.m., Kvi'iison^ j Kii g'swor— ' . t ;>.45 p.m., II.C. < All services by Mr. Waller Waltois. • Ko'ronjt Vnl?— ■ '. 11 n ni., iic. ; 7 p.m., Kvononntr. I "owlcll i I? p.m., II.C. All services by 1 lie Vicar.

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MARONG. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 October 1914

MARONG. ^ The 'inniml tea mectini; of Holy Trii)ily Church of Kiisil.mil, Muon«, was hold'in the Public M ill on Wednesday, 30th-. Sep.^ tcni'icr. A very lirue L"it!hmin^ was well' satisfied urifli the provi-hm niacin for the' c unfurl'. mi 1 enjoyment nf nil liy I lie L idifl'q! Guild. Tim II11 u'jli C 'Brady, wjjo .it one time had charge of the distiiot', ■ pro sidsd. Tim ladies and all hulpers ' wero'. luiiiti'y thanked fin- the energy with whitfh they cirried the funelioi to a successful issue. Miss Freestone, of Ij ni^ Guljy, who iiiMMUtid the piomauitne,' «' 13 specially; thanked. Voev1, instrumental, > locution-'. hit, anl dramatic items were' ellicehtly lon-l«ie.l l>y Miss M, Freestone; . J. M'Kenzie, 11 H Ti usc:>'.t, Rita Neilson, Fj S iiideis.in, K'sie [, nvs n, K. \Valters, WhIums, K Kni.jl.f, \,„| V. M'Williams,, Ma-HerH. W ilu'i s hih1 \Ifs<rs II. Loadeiy II. Walters, II. Kxlruds, I'pstill and Miv G. Miohull's lua-s i|'iulet party. The' linanciil I'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 October 1914

MisCELLANfeGUjii For a Sdliition of the World's present Unrest and Warlike Preparations read "Christendom Astray," From the Bible. It appeals to the devout but distrusted when popular theology bewilders, atheism revolts, and scientific. agnosticism kills and blights. While iu:c'C[ilii!i! the I'.ible n« divine, without reservation, it exhibits a system of truth in harmony with the sciences of the age, yet supplies tne moral needs of, every full developed mind in the demon-1 stration of those trutha connected with revelation, or at least to the acceptance of the otherwise indispensable mystery of life. The contents of the Hoik are in IS different lectures, as follows: — LECTURE I. The Bible—What it is, and how to interpret it 1 LECTURE II. Human Nature Essentially Mortal, as proved bv Nature aud Revelation ... 15 LECTURE III. The Dead Unconscious till the Resurt rection, and consequent error of popular relief in Heaven and Hell 29 LECTURE IV. Immortality a conditional gift to be besto...

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The Inglewood Advertiser FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1914, [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 October 1914

®{ri ingle&joflfe &b&«tiiscrf Fill DAY, OCTOUKI; !), ArrinLvmi'iit-i have lippn iividi* 1 >y the Railway Derailment that. in any easo in which vli>" mvnor nf starving' stock which requires In >i." fonv aided to aiiotlierdisn ict fin- ;i<ij~, inl-iit purpiifi'?, is nmlilu to [>:iy till" freight chaises, hills o| |ir<ntiisoiy notes, payable 0:1 demand, will, Milij^ct to the piodiietion of a statutory declaration, lio accepted to fovcr tli(> chii'ties on I lit* consignments. This |)i ii'iie^e will ho con o^dcd only to mvncis of stock who actually reside in Victoria. At the Hend^o stock sales on Tuesdiy the Victorian Producer*1 Co. snhl two-lml lonks »n account of Mr F. Fmrnnr, of Column, at L14 Ms ; also out- cow on account of .Mr II. Peace, of CVIiuna, nt Lll fls, topping the nvuket. Tile cittlii were admired for llmir quality, and weru pur chased l.y ,Mr Wm. Smith, of Kisleh nvk, andi'iMi !'■. Ilnnxoi', of lleithccto, icv-p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 October 1914

soitoiiaii: tonic. '111is preparation is unsurpassed as hair food and dandruff preventative. a little sprinkled on the head night and morning, ami gently massaged into the scalp, render;' baldness impossible. So-» roses llair Tonic will absolutely grow hair and prevent it from tallinj; out. It impirts a Irjautifu! glossy sheen, and brings out all the natural brightness of the hair. i'ri.e .'N i)d per bottle. Ob tainable at .V .s? ri. .Sotithey'a, JuulPw wjoJ ' •'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 October 1914

11/.I) TO LAY UP WITH COLD .'5"Miad .vscvere cold accompanied with distressing pains in tlie chest, n.nil had to lay"up," writesMr. S.\m f-'cott, fifi Fitz gerald streets North lVrth, \V;A; "1 had tried all ports of medicines, bn'.nothing • did .vine the slightest good.-.'11avinf? Chamberlain's Conuh; I'emedy i:i slock j tried.that,and it gave me instant relief and I, was quickly cured. Host of all I have : K u'suinvd ■cured." S.old liv W. Jeni-iiigs, slori>koi>|'i"v 1 n^'ewood -and ..MySia PV&UC NOiiCES. Inglewood Hospital. (Incorporated.)- v! v, v ■ hospital suniuy- at grounds,v SUNP.W, latli OOTOI3KI!. _ Mr Muldon -Kobb and ...Mr .Ai'vOray^ M.L.A., wiil delivei address". ■ Tile. ' Inglewood < Brass Band, .conducted by Bandmaster Wallace; Avill gives its valuable assistance. ' • J . Combined.Choirs will-give select ions.of sacred music, conducted by Or.A. Ham. ■.-■.■Afternoon .Tea..- .'■■ " • SAM[JF.L niCEr.l.K, ■ ■•■: - . . Secretary. MEETINGS}. ETC. HOSP...

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Tarnagulla and District Patriotic Picnic and Sports. A GRATIFYING SUCCESS. OFFICIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 October 1914

TarnajniUa and District Patri* otic Picnic and Sports. • A G It ATI FY TNG .SUCCESS. OFI',ICIAIjS. President, t-'r Tho=. Ison ; vice! presi dents, Dr Adcock, Messrs II. M. StoM •. | A. Grn»an, A. Michael. ' 'H'.l.'ti, .1 <■ I Meti-lniinn, D. M :-'' ' ' «i'(.•->. ! !"■ Wnnuti. .T'-. 'It.;,.. I', j ].u(i.:ard, ; ! is W. J. PIlillipsf.il, ClS DtlL'tMH. U it..- :. and tiro»»n; enmmilret., Htn!*"i'd, h>. .Taint's. WhcoVr, W. Martio, K-ti.tin, 1j. 1). Williams, 0. CIhm'Iii-iiit, H ('ii uhIilms, May, and 0. Whiinpry. J. Oiei'ii, H., Phillips, A. M. Connie. K. (hisley ; spoil?! committer, Mes-sis N. .Simpson, G Davis, { T. Nickels. N. Michael, K (1. Oreliin, (!.; Raven, J. ]!. Silke, (< Ful liei ingli mi, A.j Green, A. Wheeler, A. Hio\vnl>il 1, W. j Weir, T. Leonard, •). Can : judges, Mesas' T. Tsmi, A. Origan, J. !! Siilte, (!. Fother | ingliam, A Tirownbill, 0. Riven, K. (!.j Crellin, A. Wheeler ; handic ippers, Me.-sis Leonard, Cut and Rogers; stniter fin ,...

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MARONG RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 October 1914

•MAUONG HACKS. v The spring meeting of the Marong Racing Club was held" on Wednesday in hot weather. The lields were very satis tactory, a^d the racing was good". ' The Marring Handicap was won by Wee'Jeaii, which was made a hot favorite." A. pro tent against O.C., the winner of the'Han dicap Distance Trot, for inconsistent running was dismissed. Reanlts: — Handicap Hurdle Race, of 20 so\'s.; second horse to receive 3 sovs. out of the stake. Two iniles.—A. McInnes'^Dim zulu, 1: J. W. C. FawkesV Carriiilia, 9 4, 2; .T. Fitzimiurico's fan Toy, 9.12, 3. Other starters—Maui, Charmiand -and Sport, letting- 6 lo 1, agst.the winner. Won by. a neck. . • ■:••• Trial • Handicap, of 12 sovs; 'second horse 2 sovs. -out of the stake Five fur longs.—J. Boyd's Royal Charlie, 7 S, 1; fling's Diamond' liracele', 0.5. 2; | Mangan's Cannio (late Crisis) 7.5, 3. Other starters—Stella Gay, Miss Way back, and Chestermay.. Hotting—4 to" 1 agst the winner; Won by half a'length. •Marong Handicap, of 25 sovs...

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