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Haulage of Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 February 1914

Haulage of Wheat. According to the rWui-n fmm tli-.; Villous ft*liop« in the noi'lliorii nuns in cmrfifetinri with tlie ivhe»t fiaflic, (.lice.! wet.' 85,J;tiJ higtt of wliei't stacked Ht. tlie IV'icliostoc sta tion on Friday, und 70,000 Ii.-iko t-l.-ickod at C'liirlton Otlior *t«tioiis had large qn. lilies of yiiiin s'.ackcd. The number of ■ !,,«« I'liulcd wna very nm ill. Tlin following Hble gives tlio details of thi number of l>a»s ((„jed in"' stacked at thu different stations ,.n 1'iiday Buys . Loaded .Stacked : 74:i 120 — HOI) J 00 ■100 'Jl)!> r.-ioh.-11-.n- ... Hlid^wat-ot... hiuKovontJ Kmliiii! iHrti'ilhyil - •••• • V'-" - tt'ciWwIiuni .1 iiftctmn iVcildfrl'iini • '"'••• Kot»»g Wj'cliitoll.'i ... V.V' «uckr*Uiny«lo l)»ri!ikeo . Clinilton Teddy wiultly lilcnUIi ... ... " 240 31,000 tt'jeliepmof..: vWX) 43,006 ' — 1000 113 ISO 000 in.ouij J 75^4000 000 14,500 120 19,700 — "I.>,400 , 780 70,000 • • •. i ^0 ■ 2040 Diiniuf'i Sulhivil — Wnrne Kmieiii' Sen "• Cociiin'"' •••...

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

. I''r. and C'oltln. WoiiJs Gii-fct lViii lV)iptiiniut C«u

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Order for a Wife. NO TRIFLERS NEED APPLY. Sydney, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 February 1914

Order for a Wife. Hi) TIMKliKllS NKKU AlH'LV, Sydney, S;iturcl.iy. l'roiluce clciilciii di.' .tiuC ' usually nut hs iiiiitiiimmiil agents, but one sucli tifni. lirifclie and Ijiovney, of- o(18 Sussex, ftroet, recently received a speuilio.request fiom a client in the Noitliuni Rivers district t» stuuie liiin ;i wife. *; y.jjr.'''.' Folluwiny is tlie applic.itiunj- description nf iip|i]ioinl, mill Ic-.~tiinotii^iIs r ; : !; jiijiuHiy |§, 10|4._ ■ Iriir,-I'lcnsu i »Mi'.id |)laau mi order in. yuur imiiJi for yons to obtain: ft-Wife for me liy lining >o you will greatly oblige-niel ; 1 nni "I stand live fi'et six Htlild Medium Ciim)ik'c\iv,» >',yes Grey ttovn 1 -—•Iinnuy l.-t, ISCrfl 1 call myself forty fiy years old. Aivordiii" to HIV Fvtliot's "ill he 1ms willed me aphonic it to lie iiiyne i* lmi!£ a?'. 1 live & at liiy death to'.. become iny sun's l iit in enwi should marry & no wile m tin fniiu'ly hy tuu the him to revolt 'lick to my sy.-li'is, The homo is V:iio...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Serpentine Hospital Fete. WEDNESDAY, 25TH FEBRUARY, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 February 1914

Serpentine Hospital Fete. WKUNKSDAV, FKBIU'AUY, 1!UI. The public mec-tiiii; held annually to ar range fur llu; Serpentine hospital fete in aid of the Jiendi<{ii and Iniiiowootl lid-tpiUh:, took place at. (lie Sliiie Hall, .Serpentine, tm Saturday eveniii". There was (wiites •Mil' correspondent) a crowded attendance, and consi'leiable enthusiasm was displayed. .Mr. W, Liissetf, J.l\, presided. The usual programme was druvn uu, and it was decided that, this year the usual practice of admitting all coiners free be depaited fiom, and tlv.it a charge of 1... for adults be made .it the grates, the old pi it ilea's to ap[)ly to children only. '1 his will no doubt add substantially to the sports takings. Mr. W. G. Coutts, .I.P., and Mr. N. 11. ttissett weie appointed joint, hon. secietarics, in succession to the two workers who have done such good woik in the past, Messrs. A. U. Gladman and A. SmilIt. The pro gramme adopted is a comprehensive one, and wilt as usual nlibid excelle...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 February 1914

SPORTING O TKNNIS. '.Iiigluwotul 0 proved altogether too stion<; for Iii'^lu voud IJ on Satuiday, both in the hdiea and nicu'^conipflitioiiK.ind gained a double victory with very little trouble. In the -men's match tho rubbe.-s were keenly contested, but'with the V team thu limt three, the fourth abandoned., -'I'ln;caine position applied jjj tlio ladies' m ilchi C'i> winning three rubbers to ml. There was a fair attendance at tlis court.s and'the'ladieswere agiin to th« fore with a supply-: of' highly-appreciated refreshments. -Scores : — . i Gbntlkmkx. Deiavin and Wii^ht (C), be.it Lamnnt and Sutherland, (1, li —(i-4. Kittson and I'irkor (C), beat 'Patchell •»nd Tuysotn (I!), 0- 3, 1 — ti.fi— 1. IJoi-ivin and Wii^ht bjjJif Ta'fc||L'l| ijP'l Taysom, li fi -li, f- n. Totals. 0 , ,'J rubbers n sets 4f names | H., 9 sets :I7 gnu'i-n.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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MINING. EXTRACTION OF GOLD FROM COMPLEX OURS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 February 1914

MINING. KXTK ACTION OF GOLD FROM COMPLEX OURS. About two year* ago » small parly of Melbourne gentlemen purchased from the vendors the tailings heap fiom Faeu'sreef, J timke's Flat, near l'eiliba.. At the -liniu of purchase the slum at Burked Flat was turned down by cyanit.e expeits as being too complex to treat by cyanide process. Mr Win. Aglian, a cyanido-e.vperf, tool; charge of the operatjops, and after eitfcling an expensive plant and spending a large suiiiof money, found that- it ivus loo costly to get the gold by a cyanide process—cer tain portions of the heap containing as high as 10 per cone, in coppev. Mr Agh.an then went on experimenting with n view of lind. ing out a cheap .method to *vin the gold at a piyahle cost. After some 12 months, in which time over £1000 was spent in experi nients, Mr Aglian made the discoveiy 'thKt! by adding certain chemicals to water awl allowing name to come in contact with the slum that nil complex matter was destroyed and the gold cleaned a...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 February 1914

OBITUARY. The death' took place' 11L Llanelly on Thursday evfiiiins; of William ' Alexander McGregor, aged !J(j years, a very old and well-known resident of tho district. The deceased, who was horn in Aberdeen, Scotland, came out to Victoria in the aarly fifties, settling lii.-t at Dunolly. After a residence of a few years there he went to Neiv Zealand, hut after a short time returned to Dunolly, and has resided in the Tarnanulla md Llanelly districts for over at years. He was a well-known com |ir.tit'ir in the Highland dances at various sports meetings, hdiI competed in these on several oceisions at lnnliiwood. I'\ir many years lie, conducted the fjlanelly l|ote|, land in-this connection' naiheil m my fi'jendV. lie leavei » widow and one dau^htei, Mia. Kdvaivi^h, wife of Sir. H. J-Ktvaiingli, atalion-inastei, of li.ix Mill, and the fol lowing stop-:hildien to ni"iirn his loss !— Mis. fjonan, of liealiln," Mrs! Mc'Jonouj'li, Mrs. O'Siillivun, and Edward and Roland Stubbs. . " •■■■ T...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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BEALIBA ALLUVIAL. RICH WASH. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 February 1914

RJSAfcfJU ALLUVIAL. men was rr.' Development? of n highly onooui'iyiii" nature continuu to be met with at "tile Be.ililn Alluvial, wash north it U;-ist ,'inz. to tliu f;ithom being diiven on in the oust drive from the ninth rise. The borm» is causing some excitement locally, as >ii>. 7 bore, though not yet bottomed, is now down GOft., looking as if the confentiiui of tlie iiMniiger ilmt a tleepei and wider eli,nine! of wash exists to the eis*, I haul hat now being worked, N'os. 4 and ii lioivs havini; bottomed at 10ft. ,in |;i'«fcmio:i mider [lie Licen sing Aot tool; place at the B ill n it fchst court on Wednoml.iy. The else ivisi.nu in j wliicli t-.vo men named Cliarleii Finn ami Philip O'Day wore charged liy Uetcotlvo Montiyun with knocking at a window of the Athletic Cluli Hotel, Peel-stre.-l, rm Sunday, 18th January, with the nl.j..« of oUainiiiR adiiiisMnn |o the hotel, and thereby unpenning lliv licetixco. Tin: de tective gave evidence lli.it after the d,-tVml ants had ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 February 1914

IlOXIXiJ. I'lli! Olympic Athlelic Olul> at Newto# (Syilm-y) loueUvd a p-ililo from its reprei n'iii:itiva III it Tiiniiiiy limns Is cnminx In Au>trilu us in in.iji-i of h timm «f inner.'', h Iii'lIi incliuto A11 Inn- PiMkoy, tlid lii'my," wi-iijlit, uml .Silt/. Ilnlliml, lliu niiil(l|t!» Wjiijllt. '' At thn Sydney StH-liiuii on .SiitimluV iiifnliCi before C.lXIO pfcrsnns, ".luliiiny1 Suninieifi (I0.2A), of Kiigl.ind, Atthui' Kvuniici) (Hl.tijf), nf KngUiuK mi poiuta in 20 rounds, :

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [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 — 3 February 1914

POSTAL RATES AND fteCttLAttftRl v : [wlienr Iho term "Th# Common, wcullli" is used iit connection with theaa rail's and regulation! it include* Pc.pu* Lord liowo island, and Norfolk Island.! LKTTJ4R8. \ I For every i ounco or fraotion thereof, for delivery within toe Comiuoa wealth •••..• 1 Fur delivery ill the British Km p i I For delivery in tile New Heori^M. JJatiks, and Torres Itlsutd* ,J • For delivery in other place* I LETTEtt CABDfe, For delivery within tiie OoptjnfDMaMtl . Single, Id. wl», For delivery 111 tfc* UnUah tapir* 6m list of place. UKkr * g!e. l<i. e*ch. For delivery i* Kw feVrita. BMto, I and Torre# hl«*fc tiajU, M. mtk. : For delivery in atim phliii Uriah, , Vid. each. FOOT C AUW. I Single Poatoarda ispreaaad with the Id. ttamp, and Reply or 4&«Ma oaidj, each hull of which ha* the 14. * tarns impressed thereoji, may be transmitted to places within the C^nuvoiiweaHh, »nd to tlioae placos, enumerated under "Letters," to w'liidi letters may b* tra...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Mounted Constable Assaulted. HEAVY PENALTIES IMPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 February 1914

i Mounted Constable Assaulted.. IIKAVY P1SN AI/HUS IMPOSED. Considerable interest was ni'tfiIfolt'il in -lie huiuini! of a case nt the Mai-oi^ Police ^dlirt (in I''i (day, in wliicli Percy Kecknld, icensee of I ho Railway Hotul, ikj 'iirmig, was dimmed with li.niny on IlUt December, HM.'i, miliwfiilly assaulted Mounted-con <t able Piiestly. The constable also claimed famines (n tin- extent of r.2."i for the issaiilt. 'Tile court:, which was held in the Maiony Public. Hull, wis filled witli interested -pectators. The presiding nnijis Irates weie Messis K N. M„oic, P.M., •!. Hailey, J. K. Poole, II. Wirlb, J. 1>. Steel, and J. 'I'. Kyoe, Js.P. Sub-inspector Lhvyor prosecuted, mid Mr Luke Murphy appeared for defendant, who pleaded lint, tjuilty. Mr K. Cohen appeared for the complainant in the. eve ill which if, was sought to rccover damages. Sub-inspector Dwyer said the case had been brought under section HO of the Police Offences Act. 1912, but after hearing the evidence...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 February 1914

unwrx lhc litial match for »lie slngle-lunded championship of die North-Western BowU iiiij wit p!nyi'<] <m tho Bentligo f*n S\nnriltiy, hutween H. A. Djiavin and II ;M. !>f»th niembeiH (if the 111! 1111 ini> i'ii'i. The m.itch, which .was watched liy a |.u;»n number of cnthusi »«l», evenly iMiitesml, und whs won by Ui'i ivin liy cult; p-iiiit, the scores being 21 t" 2-1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 February 1914

A CK fUNtt Chinese Doctor and Herbalist, Howard Place, BENDIGO, ,:i -.'•(•Laic of'Maryborough) PRACTITIONER in Surgery i.nd Medi cine, having passed examinations in Oku ton (China) Chinese Doctor, and practised in the Hospital at Sun Ming City or three >,«>&», will Visit Inglewood Thursday, 6th Feb., and may be consulted at Donaldson1* Pelican Hotel from 8.90 a.m. to 4 p.m. TESTIMONIALS: "Mr. Aek Hing, Chinese Herbalist, Maryborough.—I, the undersigned, have much pleasure in testifying to the great good derived from Mr. Ack Hing'a treat ment. Three months ago I was struck with muscular paralysis, which has now left meowing to his" herbal treatment.— E. Primi:, Maryborough." I "I feel 1 cannot thank Dr. Ai-k Mini: enough lor the kind attention to me while under treatment since June last. Wlu-n in West Australia I injured myself in ternally, and in spite oi the operations that performed, and the treatment of three doctovs, no relief was afforded. When I returned to Victo...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Thistle Act. PROPOSED AMENDMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 February 1914

Thistle Act. - IWFOSKI) AMKXDMKN l'S. A circular letlei 1ms la-en M'lii In nui.i. cipalities liy llu! M'cn'l'iiy uf iIik Min,j. cipal Association of Victoiia »iih n-fi n i. h to tho liill to fin I her ami lid I lie. Tli i~< l< Ail, wliich Iris I'oen pisM'd l>y I lin I.i*^i>)■.i i\ i/7 Council, hiiiI is now I ufnre tin: I.>•«.i^'.-iri\V Afsemlily. The letter contains llie fnlhiniii>> innnKi with regard I" lh« )>i 11 : — , "Clauses 1 to 8 contain desiiaMt' pi-.ni sinns fur which niiiniiiip.ilii ins hive often !iisked. mil the adoption of which tlut [association has lieen ni^ini; fur several I years. "Clause !' piopnses to empowei the Governor in Council to proclaim tnydiiti ict. in which noxious weeds :iio glowing '.is infested .iron,' and to formulate a scheme for checking and ultimately eradicating such weeds. In lhos« areas tho enfoice-. inent of the act l>y the council will he com. puUoiy. In default "of action, the Minister may appoint a...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 February 1914

PUBLIC NOTIGM. S* •P3J3JIO J3A3 aniKA XS38 pu» saanSii uicjd ui spoog hh . . *Suij8&.s utij hi si * aivs h a h h n s s.H'aiaoa N0SV3S 3HX dO XN3A5I 3HX Special Show of New Sfcrinq Millinerv. Saturday,Nov. 1st While Thanking our Numerous Patrons for Favors we are always pleased to welcome V NEW ONES W. Meal SPECIAt. ADVCIITI«EMSNT». [A CARD.J Dr. Garnet~W. Deravin, . Surgeon to the Inglewooil Hospital, BEUS to intimate that he may lie con sulted at the Rooms of the lnt» I'f Weinberg. Visits Bridgewater Monday t and Thursdays irom o i>.ni. lo 6 FINDl.AY'S It A1 LAV AY HOTEI-. Visits Serpentine on the last ]■ rid:iv in Kverv Mouth. . Vublie Vaccinator. IA CARD.! ' Dr. A.Norris Wilkinson, M.R.C.B, England; L.R.C.P., London (BocceMor to lute Dr. Adams.) I Honorary Surgeon Inglewood Hospital Late Hon. Surgeon to Port Pirie ami Dayleaford Hospitals. Visits : Iridecwater: Every Tuesday and Friday. Newbridge: Every Wednesday, 4 p.m. Serpentire: Every 2nd Mondav in month. ALEX. BEL...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 February 1914

Advertise Your District! TO Abb WHOM IT MAY CONCKKX. H yon wifli your district to gain prom inence, do not I lie knowledge of local happenings to yourself. If you wifIi events in which you ere interested to be inside public, just «jo|> a line to "Tin idvi'ili-vr" ollicis in time to allow of arrangements lur il reporter to attend, or, failing <lm», try your own hand lit reror/i/i(f. Dmi't, hotiiur lo tiny: ureal extent about llie composition of article-41: j|l?! write fully and clearly—the 'editor will do tin-vest. Weddings deaths, accidents, concerts, sports, .-"cial ^atlierinjrs and personal para"i;tpits are all of interest to vouv ,jf, and liv drawing public alien-; tion to your district yon are doing :i ^ood vorl;. i That there i - reason for this reminder! |a not uuv I'-iu/t. W'c have, unfortunately, I no mirai power of knowing what "is I IjapjpL'iiiiiu' in all tbe area .served by tins journal, but are desirous, with your co operation, lessening our limitations. Wr...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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St. Augustine's Sunday School ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 February 1914

St. Augustine's Sunday School A X N r A Li 1.VI ST ft IB lT TI < > N 0 K -P11J Z KS. The annual distribution of prices in connection with St. Angustitiu's (Annlioan) ( Sunday School took place on Friday night. l The presentations ivero made liy the vicar (Hev. V. A. Grant) in the presence of a I.iiLie nutiiher of parents anil fiiemls, as ' follows: — MOKN1NG .SCHOOL. (Jirls, fust division. — I;, Body, 1 ; S. Taysom, 2 ; L. Nixon, (rids, second divUiun.— .Min is Nixon, 1 ; Floriitj Nixon, 2 ; Bertha Nixon, .'I. Boys, lirst division.—0. Nixon, I ; K. Nixon, 2 ; (). Parker, li. Boys, second division. —K. Parker, I ; II. Pnckey, 2 ; IJ. Puckey, Infants'class.—P. Grunt, 1 ; heel: Grant, 2 ; Roy Taysoin, j AFTERNOON SOHOOr,. Girls, first class.—Kdiu Phillips, 1 ; D. Slanthorpe, 2 ; May Jewell, PGirls, second class.— M. Wilsmore, 1 ; K. Freeman, I',; L. Wiggins, 3. Girls, third class.—A. Wilsmore, 1 ; K. Piconp, 2 ; Jean Vaiitholl', I!. Girls, fomth class.—K. Hughes, 1; K. Fr...

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The Inglewood Advertiser, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 February 1914

TL'KStJAV, 1'KilKUAUY 11)14. A »ood sheaiins; performance : -New, Zealand papers refer l<> llio peifoinrinces| of a team (if J'l shearers travelling that countiy is lfcni <1-ln o ikin'_', tile total I illy for one day's operations being -^78 sdieep. ^ With the exception of one man, the u-iim > is comprised of AiMralians, and includes Air. Funk lli-iiliiiu, second oldest son of Mi. II. Pnwliii'.', i f limlewood. Mr. | iJmvliim's colliiilmlidti to the day's clip was'Jolt, tin; top tally being :!<>."> and the lowest ill-. The average pel- man was 228. The team is referred to as the "hottest" that lias .-truck the Ul-uuls. , The sccretaiy of the Ini-leuood Hospi tal (Mr. Samuel Deehle), acknowledges with thanks the leceipt of the following:— £J frmi Mr. •!, Jenkins, Biidgewater ; (id firm out-pitients ; L*i 4s fmni in-# patients ; hi Is fiom T. Hendry, l*iid»e water. A regrettable lick of interest in the Mechanic*' Institute was evidenced .on...

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POSTAL RATES AND RECULATIONS [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 — 6 February 1914

POSTAL RATES AND RECULAT(«|Vt [uJiero tho term "The Common, i.-weuhh''' is used in connection witk.tktN 'rales iiiul regulations It include! Pr.puft. lx>rd Howe Island, and Norfolk Iriaud.l i i.yrruns. For.ovory I ounce or fraction thwof. i . Fur delivery wit-bin the CotnfcmSL ! , wealth !_•• • * For delivery in the liriti*h S! „ 1 tor delivery in the New Habvifefc i Hn 11 ks, tuid Torres Iilanwd J| I deJivery in other p]4ce« .. | M LETTER €AIUP$. For delivery within the Cent) Single, Id. cook jriply, Id, For delivery in tim UritMl I list of place* nadar gle. id. each. For delivery in Nw Hvbridw, ImI|, ar.:l Torre* Ulaad*—liub M, «djk. For delivery, in oUmt piMw— M>St "Id. each. POST CARM. Single l>o*to*nU iaprewad «ttk tfc* Id stamp, and Ue»iy 6t *>«& mi4i. each half of which ha* the 14. tUrna impressed thereon, may be tranMiitUd t-o places within tho Com man Wealth, and to those placet, enumerated ander "Lettern," to ivJiicJi letters may he transmitted at tho r...

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

ACK H1NG, Chinese Doctor and Herbalist,If Howard Place, BENDIGO, (l.Me o( Maryborough) PRACTITIONER in Surgery and Mctli^ clue, having passed examinat ione in Qwton (China) as Chinese Doctor, and plMtlaed in the Hospital at Sun NingCity at Ihne jears, vrill Visit Inglewood o* Thursday, 6th Feb And may be consulted at Donaldson'* Pelican Hotel from 8.30 a.m. to 4 p.m. TESTIMONIALS: ' "Mr. Ack Hing, Chinese Herbalist, Maryborough.—I, the undersigned, have much pleasure in testifying to the great good derived from Mr. Ack Hing'a treat ment. Three months ago 1 was struck with muscular paralysis, which has now left me owing to his herbal treatment.— E. Prime, Maryborough." "I feel T Cannot thank Or. Ark Hing enough, lor the kind attention to me while under treatment since June last. When in West Australia I injured myself in ternally, and in ppite of tho operations that performed, nn<l ihi> treat input of three doc-tow, no relief was afforded. When! returned to Victoria I v...

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