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

PUBLIC NOTICES. SEKU WlllCAT FOR SAl.K.—Good federation off new ground. Apply, R. 1V11.oON, KHrtin;:. 17*011 SAl.E;~:i,»M0' odd'Fencing' l'osts i S x -4inn. Applv Ci. Porter, Inyle woml, or N. l'orler, I'owlett I'lains. Public Notice. HAVING disposed 01 mv business its Fruiterer and Greengrocer to .Mr J. \V. Ceiehi, 1 desire to heartily (bank the tmhlii- of Ji:gleucod ami District tor the liberal support accorded mi', mid solicit a continuance of this to my suc cessor. T, 11. KOHKIiTS. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. 4 North-Western Province. INGUvU'OOD DIVISION. 'I' IIK tieneral I.ii-tjof'fKc.'iiliovcdivision 1 is how priiilcd/atid copies, nmy be inspected free of ciiaijje uiitil tho day appointed fov revision at my oflice and at every post uflice within the'Division. OJU KC'J'I ON S TO .A UO V K 1.1 S"i\ !X!!U15, McKtiv, Donald, J-'jiUiynii-sllpel, Iiilflewood, f-i-lmtiluiiietcr, ccrii/ircileu tcuchcr; 20!'11-1, O'Comiel), Daniel Frnn cis, liiooke street, In»le\vord, clergyman minister of rcl...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 February 1914

CIVICS IN'.STAN'T KEUKF. "l;»r tix vo«rs I liiive been ii sufferer rum ii,] writes Mr. 11. (\ IMitlj.i, HhUoii, S.A., "bin now when I KcUliett! •Mucks I lake Chamberlain's Colic and marrlw.ea ICeiiiedv, and find that it K'vce '«<• iimmOia'e relict. I tail confidently ■ "fiuiiiiKTil it ( i- colic, or other stomach «'Hi,ilainls ; t wo or three dosen will k!vc "iMaiit relief." Sold bv W. Joimint-'P, t,n'ekft'|ifv1,iiiMlcwot>i\ and My tit*. WUOSKS IIA1R TONIC. Ibi* |ne| iiialioii in unsurpassed as » j'ttif (w.tljiiiil dandruff |ii?yentaUvo. A 'Hlli' siniiiUletl on the head uiglit and [""{".'.'.'ivsiiid ^enily managed into the * '*> "'"dois baldiu-HH imptHnible. S« (>.l« ll;ui» Tunic, will absolutely sro\v '"'r inn] ],rtvent it from falling out. It m>3*nitH a lieaiitiful (-lotsv sheen, and iV"'h'f.<,IU 11,1 'he natural' brightness "of j Huiir. l'lU (. ;ju vU yer bottle. Ob j"iu1j1c ut it=j !•;. youtbey's, IpjiIu

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Inglewood Advertiser, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 February 1914

&|ji lugltfooob ^b&crtiscr, j I KRIDAV, l'KBIH'AliV C, I!l|4. I Sitting nt Maryborough mi Tuesday as n Licensing Court, Mr. D. Bertiinnn, P.M., granted the transfer of tho license t>f the Miiidentown Anna Hotel, Lbuielly, from Mary C. 15utchei-tu Robei t \V. Stonehouse. In evidence the applicant said lie intended to continue, to soma extent, his present business as a commission sgent, because j the hotel would not support two. Ilisl wife would tnanigc when be was not it home. Licensing - inspector C-dlender agreed that the house would not suppoi t two, and said he though': it would not very well support one. The death took place at the hospital on Monday shortly after his admittance of Lawrence Rowe, aged 11 months, son of Mrs Edith Howe, residing at Hridgew.iter. The cause wis acute ^astro enteritis, from which the little fellow bad been suffering fur live d:iys. The remains were interred in the local cemetery on Tuesday, the burial service being conducted by the...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Searchlight Rifle. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 February 1914

I A Searchlight Rifle A now device for nii;lit-li|i injj 1ms been l>;i>uglit not in Oeiniuiiy, which, if it is ever developed mi the l iinu scr»|p, may he ex liecteil tii ikvohuiomse our prcfe'iil tactics. |t i!i>n.-i.»ts Iif nil elect I ic tot ell liied (says (111. ,\imy Navy (Jir/.ette) Lo the bnnel of ,1 title, ivitIt lenses Midi us to throw a iniioiv {tuncil of intense lip lit to the front. Tlie-nliliei litis only to throw the disc of iiijlit Me.idy on. his t [ipmient while lie tin. lunari-, mid the Iralltt slimikl stiiketliu mail;. This ruiij-o-of the lijjhl i< limited liy the ttui^litof the nccuniul itois ttliidi.c'in lie c-ilt ied oil the weapon ; thus it is stnteiljhit tin elect lie torch IV ei ^ hi M 7"Z i> illVctiyc »t (0 yards. This dilticulty Im* hi far ii^tiiclcd ihe application of the device , in [ii -111Is. Mow :{ pistol which >liiiit> .item itcl.y \l IU. yards oil a dark ■ I lit l< aheatly a useful weupun to posse.**; l»iit uli...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Disastrous Fire. HOUSE AND CONTENTS COMPLETELY DESTROYED. UNSATISFACTORY WATERSERVICE DELAY OF 35 MINUTES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 February 1914

Disastrous Fire. IIOrSK AND C(INTKNTS (M>M- j 1'r-KTI'UiV UKSTliOYKIl. t!NSAT1SFACTORY WATKl! SKKVICK ivklaY <>i? :ir. mimtks. Full rules me religiously dunw.idud fir our water supply and protection to property ] npulmly supposed to bn nllnided thereby. The supply ive lcnmv wo do not get. in fair proportion to tlio clMi'^e* inndo. •»nd en 'Luesday night the fact tint the protection given to properly owners is caso of tire in at ptosent absolutely nil tv«« forcibly brought home. At!*.57 P-'»- l'le energetic ringing of the tiie-bell brought :tn ukrined crowa quickly to the hie station, and from then:e a uiuli >vns nvide l<> the scene of the conflagration —a cottage at the north end of Uitint-street oivned hy Mr K. Colih, of Janiember Kiifti and occupied by Mist.!. Martin and family. 1'iior to the departuie of the biiyade from the statiou Captain Boa? telephoned to tile reservoir and acquainted the conservator of the out. break, iccuivinji the reply th...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Schnapps Falsely Labelled. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 February 1914

Schnapps Falsely Labelled. IJeforc a bench of local ni'igistrateH on Thursday last, at St. Kildu, Kile Jury, of Ihy View Hotel, IIiyli street, was charged n-illi Isininy exposed for sale schnapps undei a false trade description. ' Inspector Koche gave evidence that liu found schnapps expired f<>i- s lie on actMiscd's premise* in a bottle labelled Wolfe's Schnapps made f>y another linn Llian the actual maker. The defence was that when defendant pomed the schnapps into the wrong buttle ilie defaced the laliel thereon, and her son relabelled the schnapps "Draught." " Accused's plea >vas accepted, and the 'cmb »ad dismissed. No costs were a|. I'jived. In the District C'ouit on Friday l ist, be fine Mr V. Tanner, P.M., .Mary Mui-tagli, licensee of Saiacen's Head Hotel, ljourlie street, was chaiged, on the information of Matthew Campbell Lccfcie, impector of liquor, ivitli having on 22ud November last applied to certain selmaups a false trade description, namely, "Wolf...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
State School Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 February 1914

State School Committee. The inniitlily meeting was held the school on Monday e>enins<, when there were present Messis. Jenninys fuh>iii Phillips, Clin it", Tmpie, Alukepeace, Pal mer (socretary) and Smith (head teacher. l!efore commencing Lite liusinoss the chiiriinii accorded Mr. Smith .1 lieu'y welcome t ilnnlowood, ami, as head teacher, to the school. Tho committee would en deavor to assist him in the tmiiimu of the young children of the town mid district no much as possible, and l> ustorl I hey would work in hnrinony. He hoped his residence would ho perniincnf—iron; so than that of other tinchcrs coming lo the school, nod tlmt his efforts in connection with the school would he ctowred with success. Mr Smith, in thankiui; Mi. .Iminiiigs for hi-< remarks, slated he had w> doubt tint, l.e would «st oa well with the peujilc. 'I his was .his lirst permanent pn.-ition niter leaving the relieving staff. When itl/eiing he had r.hvays done hi# host I'oi ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pearls and Motors. OFFERS TO PRETTY GIRLS. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 February 1914

Pearls and Motors. MKFKI5S TO PRKTTV GIKLS. •SVDXKV, Wednesday. At) elabointely dressed woman, who "peaks with an American accent, unci i» miiious to adopt'pretty girls, has oecasiuned some alarm in North .Sydney. The scare cdtiimeiicucl la>t Wedne-iday morning. A weiril-li>okiii>> old Italian woman, diesscd in uttered gaimunla and a black shawl, called at a sl.op in Junction.' Street, and, after begging tor a "drink of tea" aiuI some foo l, told the housewife in broken English tliat the Almighty had sent lie. to earth to control tlio destinies of the world, and to diwilge to His children the seeret of their hereafter. The old woman's eyes wandered searchingly over the slfli]) and into the loom beyond the whole time she was talking. Suddenly hor gaze lighted on the daughter of the house—a handsome girl of Jo, who looked at least two years older. He." conversa tion on theological questions ceased to How, and, eyeing ilio girl, she exclaimed, "What a line giiT!'"""This wen...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 February 1914

PUBLIC NOTICES. •pajdjjo J3A9 3mHA AS3B PUB saanBjj ujp|<I in spood im •Shims xi^j ai si a TV S H3K WAS 3<13XHO d Nosvas 3HX >10 XK3A3 3HX Special Show of New Snrinq Millinery. Saturday,Nov. 1st While Thanking our Numerous Patrons for Favors we are alwaysl pleased to] welcome i NEW ONES t T'?:" 'K : W. Neajl flttwhmata't ISnSm l«bteto apeciAt. ADVERTISEMENT*. (A CARD.] Dr. Garnet W. Deravin, Surgeon to the l'uglewood Hoipital. BKUS to intimate thai lie may be con sulted at the Hooms of the late l)r Weinberg. Viaita Bridgtwater llo&dayt and Tliurtdaya from S p.m. to 5 p.m., KlNDl.AY'3 RAILWAY HOTEL. Visits Serpentine on the last Friday in Every Month. Public Vaccinator. [A CABl).] Dr. A.Norris Wilkinson, M.R.C.8,En*l*ud; I..K.O.R, London (Saoceaaor to late Dr. Adams.) Honorary Surgeon Ingtawocd Hospital Late Hon. Surgeon to Port Pirie and Daylesford Hospitals. Visits : Brldgewater: Every Tuesday and ' Friday. Newbridge: Every Wednesday, 4p.m. Serpenti...

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

Advertise Your District! TO AM, whom it. may concekn. ]Iyou wish your district to gain prom inence, d" 'lo1 1he Knowledge of local ImpF"'"."* t<> yourself. Jf you.wish jvenlfl in which yon vi e interested to be mndc iMiblii1, just a, up a lino to "The Advertiser" <'"'.<•« to allow of irriinsiewciili! beinfr made lorn reporter lo at (cud, or, Jailing thai, try' your own Jjfljnl at ri'i:orriiifJT. Don't bother lo any, great t?xU-iit about t he composition of •irtieles; j"-"t write f""y '""I clearly—the editor wil!'In the rest. • Wedding, deaths, accidents, concerts, iportf, "fiociiil gatherings and personal riaracraiilie are all of interest to your neighbors, aii'l by drawing public nften tion to your district you are doing a good work. Tlwt then- is reason (or this reminder e not oar unit. We have, unfortunately, no /iiiraciiloii-" pwer of knowing what 'is happeni"" in all the area .served by thia journal, hut- are desirous, with j-oiir co operatio...

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

Presbyterian Church. rpiIE Rev. A. L. (!. ASH, M.A., H.D.J 1. lias been selected to preach in the Inylewood Charge, embracing Serpentine, Inglcwood, J5ridgo.\vater and I'owlett Plains, for a ]K?rioil of three months, commencing mi SUNPAY, the 8tli inst.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church Notices. ANGLICAN. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8th. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 February 1914

Church Notices.' ANGLICAN. SUNDAY, FEIUMJAKY 8lli. In^Knvood— S a.m., II.C. 11 u .111., Matt ins. 7 (i in., F.vpiisonj;. Kurting— ii l>.m., Kveiisong P.iit!;;p\valer— / it 4f> T'vensong All gemots liv the Vicar. Korong Vale— n a.in., Mnttins. 7.S9 p.m., Kveniorig. Powlett— 3 p.m., Evensong. All services hy Mr. C. Karrant.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Church Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 February 1914

Church Noted. Tliu members and adherents of the Presbyterian Churches associated with the Inglewood .charge, after enjoying during the past nix' months tlie doubtful luxury of an infinite variety of prcnehers of I widely-varying talents, are to lie con gratulated on tlie appointment to the 'charge, for u term of three months, of a ' most scholarly and convincing preacher • in tlie ])eison of'tlie Kev. A. L. (1. Ash, >!wlio is a graduate in arts ot the Mel . bourne I'niversity, and also holds tlie jdi-grec of-11.1)., conferred liy the faculty ; of divinity. The Viesbyteriuns of the .district, and indeed other church-goers "who desire and admire a preacher of such I high attainments as those undoubtedly {possessed by Mr. Ash, may regard theni | selves as highly favored in having in • their midst oi.e go highly qualified both . in and out of the pulpit to be a leader I and teacher of man. Mr. AbIi, who is an exit student from the Ormond Theologi cal Hall, has recently boon doing exc...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Establishment of Swimming Baths. TANK TO BE SUNK IN SCHOOL RESERVE. ASSISTANCE OF FARMERS AND PUBLIC SOLlCITED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 February 1914

Esjt^blisbfaent of SVvitofnlng • Baths. Vi'SK'TO HE SUNK IN SCHOOL ItESERVE. ASSISTANCE OF FARMERS AND PUBLIC hOLlCITKD. At tlic meeting of I lit* Slfte school com niilliiMiii iM'nu! iy iiivlitn discnssion/iii li which »'»* i•>« l«»ist tlsim in the ni'inlilmi Imixl for swinimiim purposes led to Mr. ■M;i],0|l('.lCO CXpl'I'SMIIK till! opinion Unit tlrf (MHiuViitlot' i-htmM agitato to <jct a suitable laid; fiinlt in llu-ir own iiwtvp. If an Vail} slut' was Hindi*, he thought ir would lie possibly to get farmi'is with their tennis lo form H wjikiiiy-beu am] put down the dam liefore their own work iiijaiii occupied ill) their attcntiou. Mr. Jennings said hu had lecn nll'eied great assistance by a local lady towards ' making a suitable swimming tank in the receive, provided a class was ludd for (jiils. He had obtained scv'etnl opinion* «s f.i the mutter of n catchment, imd all agreed that'll'dm" in the Ieserveshould till leadijy. Their funds, however, wore an low that the ex...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEDDING. CHAPLIN-GUILFOYLE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 February 1914

WEDDING. CIIAI'LIN'-GUIM'OVLK. A <|iiiet wedding was celebrated at St. ■I'atricU's Cathedral, Ballaiat, on Janimiy 14tli. when Eveline Mary, only d-ui^litei of Mr null Mrs J. P. Guilfoyle, of vT.-l vernc," Lyons street, Uallarat, and lulu i.f Pbwlett Plains, was married to William Winn Chaplin, M.D., Drumninnd street, |Dallnrat, youngest son of •'Mr.''.and Mrs Thomas Chaplin, Cunberwell. • The Rev. Father [lennebiy olliuiated,; ami was' as sisted by the Very Rev. Father U'llare, of Ararat, m old fiiend'of the bridu's. family, who had celebrited the in-irtiaise: of her parents, mid also christened the liride. The |in|mluiiy '-,f the parties resulted in there liciny a |.i''ice assemblage .at the church. • The In ids, who \r-\s given aw.iy liy her father, wore a hmdsonu* 11lined !>ri>vh of salii) de soii», opening overa lloni tcn lice skjit-. Tlio bodice was draped with lloniton lice, and the srliolo pown embroidered with seed pearls; and naught with sprays &lt...

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PEDESTRIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 February 1914

l'EDKSTRIANISM. Competing in the foot-racing evints at the Dunlop Uuhlier Co.'s annual^ picnic at Mornington lxst >veck, Mr. 1'. Dunni', eldest son of Seiiior-constahle T. Dunne, of this town, was successful in canying oil the 220yda Handicap fiom a large field of competitor. A1111<■ u11 only IN veais of age, lie lias a good list of track succtsM'? to his credit, and gives consideiaMr (>iomin »« a sprinter.

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

The Cost of Neglect. u ■ Tliink of tliu eo.«t of neglecting 7»ur kidneys —it, means tint you are allowing kidney poisons to accumulate in tliofyntom, and these poisons cause violent puins in the kick, dropsical svvqllings, uriiwiy disonW, gravel, atone, rheumatism, gout, lassitude sleeplessness, inclination to worry, eicon sive thiist, iilogulHr heart notion, neuialyi. The genuine D.mii's Uack-idie Ividuey Pills rcsti.ie to strained, overwoiked kidney* their full power of Ulteiiii" the dungcrouii kidney poisons from the blood, Aotl dii. charging them fiom the system, ilead thu case. M i' W. Hardin;;, Silver Leif Kuculyplui Oil Knctqry, .Belmont Struct, InnlewuoJ, s.iys :—"I cin recommend Duaii's B»;V n'che Kidney lJills for backache. I w.u> tronhlud with this ailment for a lung tinir, und D.mii's Backache Kidney Pills wis the only remedy (hit gave inn any relief. Tils pjin cased shortly after 1 cimiiii'iic,'ii tn use the medicine, and ft.ftot a while I lust them altogether. As an...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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SIMPSON'S CREEK. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT) [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 February 1914

SIMPSON'S CQEEK. I (fkiim ot'lt cpHRKsi'(ivn>;.ST ) The Arnold, trim vi-ited U'nod.-t'icL nu Sntitiilay list ;unl oiiiiuenced 'i t .vn diy»' cricket ni'ilclnoTiinst, i liafc team. Although liolli tenuis .veil} -'t 11-out-.t>>■win t III) ^I«<t8»t fi iendliness wis. evidenced ! >y huth. The ..Wii/ulsliick linysaie real sports. AfUr Ihc- gfiiiie.. tlio "WmMlsWeU ladieii provided lilt; Visiting learn wilh afternoon lunclieim "fit choice, qn tlity, ■ and this was urwtly appreciated. Woud.-tocl; luittins lii»t tuiitl* a total of llS i mis, nliil.st. nt the elnsn i>f tllo day's play Arnold h til lost t, vo n ickel* for 4.1 niiis. • J. ISiotvn'.ill howled well for Arnold,'-Vtvhilst W. •SjU'lditi';! hatted he.t fur; NVoodatock. The i; lino i» n<>>»' tl an intoipstiny .*ta»e', mid next. Sittinliy will decide it,. The Wiu.iUtock leam hi« in I'uiliiiii!! for the |)ivniiei..hi|i, and "ill thii< lie. haul. S..inii< ■— * | >viiiin...

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

F.ir Ccuglis and I'lildx. T*fc* Woods Gient Cut#

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

•sohusks skin food. hverv woman who wit-lies In •unio n akf,?lli b'j"31,1,1 ,,R' "'Soros"t!" <<><■ ''»■ aMn.it biMii- unsurpassed in. pivturvin the complexion. Soroses Skin l-'ood is I freshening, Mlenim-, cleansing '/ bcautuying, muU-, airWinisheHM.eli' t)imple81 freckle., wrinkles, (-unburn ■nui sallownmdisuppear like ma-d," .. . U,' PC.r Ji"\ Obtainable at \||s' . 1 Soutlioy's, Ingluivojd. - ' For lironclu.il Cuu^Iib take 0 O,0:lt I'eppcrmin Cuiv, 1. fid For Children's I luck in-. Cmi«h n't Av.lJ W oods Great Peppermint Cure '

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