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

Tji, M i:.-UtimU'd tli it 21,001) uxeoiiliinis p'-it'ii in lliu Piovinou of : Swulnniir Tliu uii.ji)! ity of tlin>|ii*rsiins « llll. MllU lld lllOVr l-.VI I l'ltll!. |n>IMlry , l'f till' " J 'V i»I.J)rir.yTlii; nmynil ikIu Mir?,tl.is : P!5.II i-~ lnni-lltT-1 Is L, is' n Lt l i 111!' u('r ! in] t '.y [!!-!'ll !' I11'! Ii.tiii-ilioniil Itiinlilis aiul "p n tly; 'III lll'IIIU's^ nf ll|i|UUI. M")l;uf J:*; SKIN 'KOOIV ^ • niiiii "\\ ItOi^wU In-s^tTi in ppcar "•IHtlflll lIlUl'd^UM! ".-filOM'S1.1. fur lilt' fi t>:>,"-.sea in |n«,ei\ in;: ii t u mi'Uxio,,. 'S-oiofch Skin Tooil is V. .J-i'U'. •> Hi.ftcniim, ilciinFina ni:d ■|,4 V>5,1,;*:'j'11!,'iPs f>1' l)lcn'iislie« Eiieli'ds \ I 'My^^fii'i.klig,^ l iuklcii, Euiiburii^niul i«i'<\wut dieui-i-pnr lilio mimic. Piiuu , ,ii 1 \r J1'P'jtniiiHl'ln tit Mis* 'K.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FEDESTRIANISM. JACK DONALDSON'S FURTHER SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 January 1914

l.KDKSTKI AN1S.M. • , ,i A aK i'l JONATjOSOS'S Fiuvrn Hit i, SUCUKSS. - KuiIIilm i-iUTtfssn.vropni toil l.r li ivu Iiucii ulilninVil;liy,l)(i»>ililsun,ythe ;ahhUI. fiiiiiiiiis?|PL'ikviMi un^ .- Coinpcliii!!: tit.;- Abel': iloi'ii; nil - .vPYulnv / l»i! • »"ii i. llio .W) y ii(l ^ ll in'l(C lp Ml !<2 2 f| -I'll", ■ , \ tl i nI I't n il i'Hi.il M;iI ill htin l: i c i? •('2~I iuilt'.-)-whs held in lioiiilun ua KriJ iy. s .fTlui i!Vi>lit''ivis< wini hy l Inhuei'. iif Nciv, YmV, «ii h'.ilJiiiiiiii}! ,;(Kii'tilftr.tl) d'cmul, niul.,?. 11. K()li-liiiriiiii!ir;(l',ii)lHi«l)i « liu peifiinni'd ;sn well ill tlie' ln»t,% Olympic G uiie-, lliiul. !|I<ilmefi'AWIhV.wciH'l>y;20yin-ds, crneied the tltt-UiicimiiS hcu'is22 minutes I - ^ccjimcU. , iiwwA'jiututn'nriilu avuiliiMn l>y, tlitv Ivii a,i.v: I 'llUI llM II ll'S OIV>S itlil llilj";:slin»b I llilt t il J t x ciu-uni 11■•iliu iltiuii,' the Cliiistm*-* * ui'l Suiv Yi'.ii' Iniliiliiy pri:<...

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

: ' , , sporting. i < ^ o tk.NNlfs. MiUi'hosin the.'nglewaod Oislriot As soi-iiitifin ■; will lio • rwuinod on Saturday next, fur u-liiijlrdny the ton ma lire drnwn to meet;us. followsInglewood,; A , v.? In-, glewood It: ::Brid«ewater :v .1 nglewood.O. Peipenti:i(! have the bve. *

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STORM AT POMPAPIEL. SHEEP SMOTHERED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 January 1914

STOJ'.M AT POMPAPIEL. SIIKKl' S MOT 11EIKKD. A heavy tliunduistorm bloke over this district on Tuesday, awl in pUces did a lot damige. A mob of :J0()0 sheep was cunpod near Mr. W'. Ti ipeony'.-», «nd these were bloivn toother'by (he violence of the stoini, and.20 were smothered. Mr. Trip, cony's windows were broken by f]yjn» sticks, soineof ihesecoiniii" with such force that they weiu embedded in the wood, work of his house. At Mr T. Tripconey's an oatstack was blown over, and whiln near the latter place the Chinaman who supplies this distiiet with fruit and vege tables had an unpleasant experience. The storm caught his cart—a heavy covert d one—and turriftd it completely over, swish ing it and scitlerins; the contents over tliu roadway. He made his wnv in Mi- TV,V. cony's coveml with sciatches and liloo.i, and Tiipcony and Hunter conveycd him to Seipenline. Mr. Dividson's cow. shed was muru.fed, and tops of haystacks ucic 1' 1 omn nit. Trees and branches weie stiewn all mound.-;Hea...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Terrific Duststorm. DAMAGE ROUND SERPENTINE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 January 1914

Terrific Buststorm. Wlml. is cinsi.lcied 1 <y old re.-idenU to lie tllo llle.«t violent w i 11 < 1L ■ ■ • III niiiiin Uieir lecnllecli >n oee.mied in (hi linn rti.-trict i>n Tuesday li-l - 1in>11y i(l.r midday. 'I'llrmii;Imnr tin- f.'irno-n 11 u sk.V ill tlin nnilli west lions ii |ii.en 1 t.ii- ap pe ir.mco, anil ii rlpiii':i' fiimi llm close, oppressive ivcitliei previiiiini; was confident ly picdicted. The change ci-it unly came, lull, it was ni l of tho inline i xpccted, :ts with staining siiddunni'-s a lieice ffiilu nf wind spiling »|i, which IliI i-.-iIto level cveiythin;,' in its track. Tliu di.-liirlianco [was inoru <ii' less violent tl.imii'liiiiit tliu whole district, luit such "As its nature I lint sonio |Hitlions" were. mote all'ecled I him 'others. Due strip of country which 'siille.-ed neveiely was tint. I.el ween jKoronsr Vnlo .anil Kinyp.iiiiel, Imt 'nearer linnii' the il inmu'c wis also consider, nlile. At T'alcison's anil Ta...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Derby District. A RECORD SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 January 1914

Derby District. A .KKCOHI) bKASON. . "Tiie crops aro bigger in our distiict• this j than t have known for- tho past forty ve»w,"H*ia Or. Hailey »t tho commence j.iBiitof an inteiview. [ Coupled witli this there is a hi eater area under cultivation than in piuvmtis years. I T ien again. thero have been se\ml por-| i sonm' Then again, there hnvo iiocn sou;r-u tions of the Yarrabcib Ksrute, which .., •holt timo ay'1 vv,,rt snn-divulccl. priced ^ under crop. With these f ii mi'i" it is their s„cind year of cultiviitK.lt, and the pin-, tliat has been made with I he pro j ncrtiii"* ."peaks well for tho ,-phero in which i j, .1* feint fanning. Thp.-u farmers arc » C. T. II. H.iiley, Clarke (2), W.-a Min 10. Thomas and Lacy, and piolmblyj lietncon ilium wiil he produced I"-',(KID hags! „f »rain, as well as hay. The holdings are between four and live hundred acres. The! average yield of these farms will be in thej of nine bags. I i'liougli tl>o yield is tliu highest the tli.s trict 1ms ev...

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

AT KINYPANIKL. - ' -• •A fjood deal of damage whs dona in the Rinypiuuel--- district,- or at ,least a nai-rnir stiip »if country . through which the full forcu of-the storm pasfed. It appeared to gain it.s:full force.when it reached tho pro. pert-y of Miv J. Spears, where -the -straw -.vas lifted oil' ashed. A w i^«nn tvliidi vvns st'itidins! in the yard w is till nud completely lound hy the force of the ttiml, but was nut' damaged. The storm appeared ti> gather force as it entered Mr. I. Kelly's property, Here the kitchen i-einnd-ili W4< n\7.3d to the ground, and the roof was lifted oil' a stable. The machinery .sled collapsed, and the cow-shod was unroofed,v.?A con siderable portion of his chock and Ii>!» fence was also ft-ittencd. Cuing thiougli the late Mr. James Kelly's paddock itlooks a.q if a grubbing midline; hid been at. work, ninny trees,■which have; icsisti'd the storms in ihu- past, living/uprooted, anil branches torn oil in all directions. .Mr -K, LeCou...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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How the French Won Us Waterloo. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 January 1914

WW the Frcnch Won Us Waterloo. Both as a lad and as a Voutts of.lcer the Duke of Wellington ^tiuiiod mill tat9i^i^t!^n5i',--.s>r?8%::Vi!Surs;-iH • FratH.'S,-niT(T.-"H' yS5 ' til ore tlia.t.hp had tho 'advanta.se of, "sitting ;it t-Tsc'frotV of one of the greatest masters of sciei; tific ;.TVtir/#re. who ever Jived, Van dam,- 'iVe 1Un'• ton himself is re cordQUftb'jliKve spid that he owed the Idea i(jfci(3:riphs'.'a square of infantry to resist cavalry to his French teacb?r. The formation had been .tried in the eighteenth'. century by tho Austrian Leopold- ■rijstaisnt tit Viliers-Cott^rets, Franct&jjut y4%£l5i!ii" Hussars" broke the Sartre. "TRe'"French used it in 1812 at Salamanca, when again it failed, heioneTtta- charge- of ■ the Eng lish --It -was "essen tially a formation only serviceable witli. the. steadi^^rj^s.' " : : ' ' ;,The Iron Duke saw-its merits, knew lieyjyu^dJi ct_v.i.t|li t- .m 1 bjgiaJr and at Waterloo it was the French square, Vandamine's idea, which ro...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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[?] Won Through a Glass Eye [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 January 1914

a Glass Cjra This sounds Impossible, jot It io a fact that 9Rft fip, i^squtyiferw&tost vie torifes1 wiis~woii ''for 'Englaifd 'iiy hla glass eye. More fliari qn,6e lie had - added to his own fine! JJnghind's glory by "splendid disobedience," luit never more successfully than at I lie liattk. of Cofjephascn,. . He <^«s tsY''h''-*1 ni'rcl'• !ln^ ootid hi-t-OTiffiiand'u'nt!c;• Sir llydo Par ker, who, no particular flgliter, left the main attack to Nelson. He, iiothln&.lgtJi^saU^d'intA Cop-.tt-' hagen HarOTrAaiM *n»s»ge«l the enemy A furious fig!it4eiis«<.,d,--4ind.«s.H!e ilsh 'shia secj^^S qj^niiiifclied, the pusillanimous* "TarKer . signalled to withdraw."A signalling officer brought Nelson Uie -liewsi-upoju which Uicjipro cl<j|$4et Vlist^ft&csiJe-to' Siiii jfiass eye and said, "I see no suclr^fgu-al.. Fight on, my n:cn." In another hour the. victory was his, and.'i^';gt(il%*?8l^vHYiS*cftyf.eet were siici:ced..«"yiiV? 'y. .

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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QUEER FACTS OF HISTORY. Little Inqidents Which Were Not in the School Books. King Charles Mistake. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 January 1914

• QUEER FACTS Or HISTORY. | „•* LlUta .ln:ji.e!sirts Wilioil Wcrs Net i l>• -" in the School Books. King Charles' Mlstskc. The .*tWf31tf Omrles "the Fir > iiiaiTcJ' by grave em:i ol (udsment, \yhich cqst htm very ueur. JjdHJ'flps .the gt'oatcst mistake be ' 'Ist'SywftdV.wixij' tp -forcibly detain In , »i.'WsJji'nil■ .'llio-voty men who; were tc j ir'i.'bHug' htm-to'tlio bloc:.-. In 1G37 the great-TSari tan. emigration ■ had commenced., QjjJet: .CjxninvcU do- : tern-.thM , fo 'go .,to tlio .Ne,w World., 's:vj,s-<I«H>o/"vvere lying (ftiUlO-Xhanies reatlv to sail; In oris tliam -were . embarked ' Hazalris, '""Hampden, l'ym, and Cromwell. By a sudden order-ln-conncil the vessels w.er.e.(le.ta.ined.... . .. If' cnarlcs' had only knovni! The whole of the SUiart dynasty have bocii changed if that sl;lp. irMch containim fliSs# Wit jn6n,; hud bwo allowwr toitmir* Us-- moorings and puS to WM.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 January 1914

PUBLIC ' NOTICES. FOU SALfi.— First-class GIG, 2 years' •luarantee; • also cood, Second-hand SI'RIN'G DRAY; cheap. Apply, J. W. FREEMAN; Market-street. 1710R SAI.E^--One Kire Stove, with Boiler, Mantelpieces, Counter, Shel ves, eie. Apply Contractor/ New Statj Savings Bank. Lost FROM Wedderbnrn, Viiday, 2t>th De comber, one Black Buggy MAK lv, while star on forehead, snip on nose, no visible brand. i'l reward will be given for, information leading to recovery of eame. . 0. Gil.I., ■Yennjjraon. Boort Gun Club. Open Galali Match, £50. Wednesday, 14th January, is. \v. ra.ixnvs, fee rotary. MEETINGU. ETC. In£le\vood Race Club. \M KKT1NG will be held at theltova! ildtel on KRIUA Y, .1AMJA KY D'lh, at 8,'iO oYlcck. . \Y TATCIIKI.L.v Hon. Sn •. aOVERNMENT NOTICCK ■/ICTORIAN RAILWAYS. A.N'.A, EXCURSION. I? 1UD.V Y, llitli January.—To .Mel boil rile . ft urn \Vyehc|)ioof niul nil shitiona to .Nnrmifj inclugivo, unci from lioorl lino nt 0.10 a.m., iiml Wedilorburnat 7.5 n.nv. Fiircs class ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Markets. INGLE WOOD STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 January 1914

The Markets'. IN OLE WOOD STOCK SALE. . Messrs. Thomas Morrow and Co. report having conducted thrir usual monthly stock suit; ut llioir yards yosterdny. There wns n l'irgo y irdin« of stool;, nnd a good number of liuyors iittundi'd. A full report will iippcur in our next issue. I Mr. J. Ferguson, of Woodstock, lud n , narro>v escape from injury while returning from Hendigo a few days 1130. tVlien de scending tho Fluino IIill on Ingluwood load, lie miiv 11 motor car coming behind at 11 great into of spued. A horse ho was 1 leading licliind the gig stil ted to play up, and Mi. Ferguson pulled into the sido dr.iin, and gave the mofcori.-t all the road. This was apparently not enough, as the motor swerved, struck the navo oT the wheel, hroke the tugs on the shaft of thu gig, and the leather and tho brass tip of the point of the .shaft. The imp-ict t»>ro some of the side gear oil'1 he motor, and on Iho motorist coming linek t'> pick lip the miss inn parts, Mr t-'erguson gave lii...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Inglewood Advertiser? FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 January 1914

ft; i day.- .iantaiiv y>. i'du. TI»:: Iw\n-sr Rin'ri-* If' t«"l, I • !'«»■ >k '•> 111'Ot, .which w.i« -ioni- tim-4 p u'ch i-j.m l>v tho Sivin^' Dink iui h-n if. ii>- i« '» -ire i". «r ihc Tir-w V..\r.k, and wlji.-h f-.r v#>ry miny yvar?: hi.« heuM-one*';f tin* '•i-inJmai ks" of rh<; r.«-.vn, i- ii'.w i-H.is-t-xi-t. nr. Mrii^i^u Palh;-tr, of P.iltort' and S-»n-. t he tc-ttdovets- f'-v tKc \t0.w building," ri-i'^d [n«U •x'••>•! u\i' T'ue-t vy in cr.n-p-iny with mother i.\mesent:\ti<-f tin- tiim, v\t\ ap : ^nc-rsttf\t start wirh tin: work *am- nu«U». The old staucniit> h i- now i^-r-n levelled, preparatory t«> the ♦•rection ■-.( ,.ih- hand- j -owe t>vo-Moi i«id building wl(Wi i-. r<t t'ikr its p'acv. Mt p ijl£*U.tf-;k t he opport unity :ir-<j<i*int;in£fs ruadg in Incrh-rv-T.d n;airy yc-\r< uhen !.** wta.v well-known Jijure in the district. Several works yet .oniam to his.civMw-.imong- theseb...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 January 1914

Delay is Dangerous. We ;ill remember tho pretty story of tlie little hero, who saved his native vitiligo in llullund by checking with his hand throu^h nut tlie whole of it dark, tumultous night, the«entlo trieklo nf the sen through n leak in tho dyke. Hud he not dime so the wild fui must surely h ive worn its ivny through tliu ilyko nnd Il.mdud the village. Similar <liin«jer threatens us here. Hundreds of hicks nva nuhni". y«t people are neglecting tliu warnititf. And it's so eitsy to check kidney disease if uketi in timo, .. but don't neglect the lust warning. Ileid whit this Him sijs. Mi. K. Djwliurst, Unylan Street, Muy 'biiinugh, lute of Inijlewo^d, s*iys.: — **T .olj it iiiied a bottle of Duiin's Backache Kidney fl'ilU fur my mfe to take. 1'or two year.-, ihtr kidneys have been disordered, .ind she , .Milluieil from headache, backache.■ giddi . ness mid tlu>hes m Uiu he-i'l. Though she .iircil a lot of medicines she got little relief i.iii ilu-in, litit after a fe...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Fraternal. A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 January 1914

Fraternal. A. T!i.: r.iil-)«}iiiri- tl.i> >yniucli has ht-'Oit ;ki->rjtt:ti hy thtj l"i:d hr-inoli fov rho li.ilt-ye ir: — J im. wy i:J. — l i'.ii'.i t.v t-xpci k-hlv-. J .riu -T.— X"» city Night, •irnumert hy »-».v-r-re-i"i-nt. I'vi?.*' hv ^wuir«itce<jri::m .f. WiiL-i.r. fcVhni.u'V l'J. — Word-miiUUny r»»mpeti ri.»n, prize hy vico-pU'si<]»»nt. Kt'hrii irv L'l.— fjuai h»rly niLiotincr: urirr's nighr. Mnrnh 10. — Im prom phi sptnkir.;/. prize hy (.VimmirtoiMivin K. WiUmortv M uch i'+. — «Sp-.:I!ioi: hu\ pri?.*» hy profi cient". April 7.■-•Conference aelvi^toV lepoitr S Apiil 21. — Paper hy ex«pre?ident. j M:iy ~k—Nomination rt' ottict»r«. J Miy I IK— I l-il f-yeiriy nieetinc; : election: <;f nlHoers ; vi-i" nf Hoard mcmhtT. j l\ — I).*h:Ut', ".Mining v. Aenonl j Ui:o.' pi evident.'-; trnm v. ox-prpsuleut's j j .T ni'o lri. — Ladit1-* nijhr, trophy hy' 1 president-. • I J'ir.c />').- ijiinit tnurn:th'ir-nft piize hy 1 O.rnnsitcoonnn T!lnm=l...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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MOLIAGUL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 January 1914

MOLIAGUL. (FROM OUH COttBESl'OXDENT.) It is with siucete ami deep ic«tct th.it I t li.ive to repot I; the dentil of Miss Agnes Millar, nyiid 20, thu only and beloved I daughter (if our" respected townsman, Mi'.1 W. Millar, .J.P. The young lady passtd ivivin a private. hospital at Kernng nit ])ece»iber, huviny been 'n Fulling health fur a Innjj tiuio past. Her ii'mains weiti intl'iied in the Chinch of Kuglivnd |imtion of the l\eran" cemetery on '2nl.li, near the j^rave of her late aunt, Miss Mil lar. Th<: Uev . Canon l'>i idscs cflicuted at the yraveside. Mr. and At is. Millar had been in.tliiny pi epil ations.for n trainril I muse and artanjjeinuiits to bring her home, ! when, ipiite nnexpueted, .Mr.Millar re ceived a telegram of the Mid intelligence of her di'.'ith. .Mr. .MiUnr drove to Inglewood without delay, and then to Ketang by Mr. Aiisett's motor car.D«ep sympathy i.v felt for the relatives. '

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COURT ENGLEWOOD A.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 January 1914

fori:I' tNiir.Kuooi) a.O.I--. j Tl>«* f« itniilitly nicotinic was hoM »«n j T']-j>-i-'iy t:\oninu'. . U. P»im. II. 1*. Miihi {.roi'iini; ovit ;» «;'j*«I Hirervlineu «>f mem* | F'.'iii- prn[.:i>iiinn>. ior membership wen* n».-ul*f, -irnl accounts inmunting to ' Ll>) K'- 4-1 wen* pis^tl for payment. The | f'.-i the t*veni.%' uni'Mintofl £•> Lo si.

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SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 January 1914

SWIMMING. '\V. Tiongwoilli won the-UOynsgwimniiiif; . .slmiupionsliip nf New South \Vnles on Wed nesday from Cecil Hoiley, after ;i «ieit lace. W. Page w.ia third. Time, oinin. :H5-ec. The 220yds hi cist stroke clmmpiuii sliip wns won by Fox, II. Pitt second and H. Ynss third. Won liy iihoufc .1 y-ud. "Time, Sinin. 30^pc.

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DAVIS CUP CONTESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 January 1914

DAVIS'COP CONTESTS. It is probable that lawn tennis teams representing England, France, Germany, South Africa, Canada, America, and Aus tralia ivill compote for the Davis Cup this yoir. The m itches will be . played in Ameiica. Helghim will nnt bo represented hy .1 ten m. j The Inwn Tennis Association contem- | plates passing legislation in 1915, to coin-1 pel. tlu competing teams t<i state every year whether hard or grass courts will bo used in their country, in order to obviate 11 change of court?, which spoils the pl.iy of visiting teams. A. Wilding, the New Zealand cham pion, easily defeated his opponents in the ^preliminary rounds of tho international itniiininient at Cannes, France.

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SERPENTINE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 January 1914

SERPENTINE. , A pleasant withering took fihcc .it the Serpentine Hotel on SiturtKy evening, when Mr. .Stielo-.v, who for the pisfc two years ' has . Iwd chaise of the local St.ue school, ami who has been transform! to thts Sheppaiton school, was tendered h smoke night by a number of the residents • of the'town and district. Mr. Siielow j during his residence at Serpentine has iniven complete satisfaction in his tuition of the children, and, by -his plea.-^int and genial dis[>osition, become a ceneial favorite. The'satheiing was presided over by M r S. McX;iraara, who on: behalf of tho^e as sembled pre-ented the sucst with i hiud aonie travelling fiitz. hinceie regret at Mr St Wow's departure from -Serpentine w:is ospi essed. ' ' ** A meeting of the local bvinch i.f the Rural Producers' Association was held at the Shite Hill on Saturday evenins.Cr. A. Ettershank presiding. A contribution to the association's funds w.is decided upon, and formal business transacted.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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