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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 February 1914

* MINING. A Inc.il.syndic its, comprised of 2+ con ttiliutinn sliarelinlilui.-!, has taken ovei the Welcome mine. Win k ■ Iris been -coin-' inenced at the 70ft. level, whom :i reef 5ft. vile and conUinitiy fair prospects is being fipentt'd (.p. A cumniitteo li'isr been !ip pninted, with Mr. W. Tiitchell, senr., in tecreUiy, and every endeavor will I e nude to tlioruiiiilily U'.-t the show. . The We'conn is* mine lliat is undnutitpdly worth:iitten tiim, mid it is lo ho ..ujncctulyt hopid tluit i" the inlm'.-lp nf lilo indu.-try and town jllesyiulictte will l:e richly; ly warded-for its eulpipiiku. . • _

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 February 1914

WHOLESOME DRINK BRACING AND REFRESHING PUBLIC NOTICES. ("i '"m' ioi|iiiieil In .represent the National Mutual l.il'e Afsoeia tion for new business in 11,e In<:lewood • lisUiet. Apply tor A: , JCOBlV '-'-fpt'ciiiii, Arnold> Street, Pendigo;; I —"tlt,,l=^ C.tn off motor e\cle.' ,, Howard on letuin to K. INNKS. Giant Stieot. - " ' OKI;." U'llKAT mil SAI.K.-Good * ' I'edeiiilii.n orf neu'uround. Ai>i>l\\ iVH..-Oy, Km(in^. " • ' nou s-Ai.R.-H.ooa.o«i.iFenein- po=i= I R x •liny. Apply TnrtPi', ln-lc-1 nootl, or .Wi'orter, I'ovilelt I'lains. " Serpentfne Hospital Sports. TF.NDKRS FOR I.VNCIIFOX IJOOTII 'T'KNljKliS :sn, if.vJ'cd for the liivlit to ,, ttiter, for t!.e -I.nneheonBooth 'at the.above spoils on Fehriiarv25tli. Ten \vl^^rr?.t,11,'iV,l,!o 1,1 H'c.'midereisried on WKDMvSDAY, ISth FFRIUJAIiY. X/H. UISS1CTT l Joint W.,G. COUTTS ( Hon. .Sees. COVERNMENT NOTICES. R. t North-western Prov c l.Nt.i.KUX).)!) r.JVIMf 'I HI, fieneia! l.iVi of I Ik; nlmvctlit i*io:i i3,nn....

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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INGLEWOOD C v. SERPENTINE. GENTLEMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 February 1914

IN'GUJWOOD C a-. SKRPi:.\TINE. • ' : > ' * i ..(IKNTLEMKN*. v A; C..GIadnian and ..'Siuil.li <S.), beat Kittson and Parker. (0), 0—5, 0-4. . Owen'.and': G.' Gkulmaii beat Kittnon and Parker, 0—4, 8—4. ' Owen and C. tlladman lost to Deravin and Wright, 2—S,^.—(!. • A. C. Cihulmnn ami Smith lost to lis ravin and.AVrieht, 0—4, 3—0. Totals - Scrrentine, 2 rubbers 3 set* 41 games;'-C.,'-2-rubbers'4 sets 45 game*. - i.adikk. ■■ Misses- Gladmaii and Keilor lost to Misses Quick and Taysom. 4 - 0, 0—6. .'Misses Gladmau and . Keilorbeat the Misses Humphrey, ti—4. ■v Misses Glad mail beat (lie Misses Hum phrey, 0—0, 0—3. i :^Mi*sses Gladiiianbeat Misses Quick and |Taysom, t>—2,-1)—t. ■■■<■< > Totals.—Serpentine, o rubbers u sets ;■>< ! games; U., :1,rubber 2 sets 25 game*. Next"Saturday will be an off day as far as association ~ matches are concerned. Representatives of llie local club will visit Beiuligo and try conclunons with a team fr...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 February 1914

PUBUIC NOHUCS. •pajajjo J3A3 3mwA XS3S P"« saanBif uu>id uj spoog »k •Snims nnj in si aivs mtwns s.aaiaod | L;;: Nosvas ehll jo xuaAji 3hx Special Show of New Sorinq Millinerv. Saturday,Nov. 1st While Thanking our Numerous Patrons for Favors we are always pleased to j welcome NEW ONES W. Meal OOTbcrWw'i ISrOm ' _ special, advertisement*. (A CARD.] Dr. Garnet W. Deravin,| Surgeon to the Inglewood Hoapitel. BEliS to intimate tliat lie may lie eon-' suited at the Knows of tile lilt# Dr Weinberg. ' j Visits Bridtewater | Monday* aad Thursdays j from p.m. tof> p.m., . FlNDl.AY'3 .RAILWAY HOTEL. Visits Serpentine on the last Friday in 15very Month. Public Vaccinator. [A CARD.] Dr. A.Norris Wilkinson, JB.n.C.8,England; L.B.C.P., London (Bnccestor to late Dr. Adams.) Honorary Surgeon In^lewood Hospital L*te Hon. Surgor.n to Port. I'iric and Dayleatoni I f o.s (>i t a is. Visits : ■ridgtwater: Every Tuesday ami s Friday." Newbridge: livery Wednesday, 4 p.m. Serpentirc: Every 2nd Mom...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 February 1914

~~^flvcrtise Your District! T0 AU V/IICM IT MAY CONCERN. H Vou wii-ii vourdistriyt fo gain prom inence,- <I» "ol kefie tl10 knowledge' of local'Ii#Pl,e"!nf>',s t0 y""rec,f- 11 yon wish I4V(dU) in «hi<:h you we interested to be made public, just ujop. a line to "Tlie tdver'liser" <>/bce 1,1 tlme to allow of xrringeiiient/i being nwdc /or .1 reporter to attend", or, failing that, try your own Imiul it reporting. Don't bother to any / extent about tbe composition of irtiilM'i j|lst wli'° '"".v ""d elearlv—(be Alitor will <1<> the * . H'cddiitgs deaths, accidents, concerts, gparlf, .*ociaJ gathcringa and personal MMKriild'S ilie !1" of interest to vour neighbors, and l>y drawing public atten tion to your district you are doing a good trwi. That iJirre is reason fur this reminder ;»notour fsnll. We have, unfortunately, no iiiirm-iilonf power of knowing wliat is luppcmii;.' in all the area served by this journal, but are d...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 February 1914

PERSONAL. J r His Grace the Archbishop of Melbourne a (Dr. Clarke) lias.accepted the invitation 3 of the Rev; Ci 'A::!Grant to visit Ingle wood in June next, when the jubilee of St. Augustine's Church will be celebrated. Master Keith Fairlev, youngest son of Mr James l'airley, late of Inglewood, has been successful in the recent annual com , petitive examinations for exhibitions held bv the Education Department. The youthful student, who is only 154 years of age, won a scholarship against com petitors up to 181 years of age, which enables him to pursue any course at the -Melbourne University, or any science course at nn approved technical school, his work being the best for the examina tion. The value of this exhibition and four scholarships won at the .Melbourne Grammar School by Master Fairley is i:2G0, apart from (lie State scholarship won by him three years ago. Mr Clifford Tnysom, who left Inglewood on Saturday to eiilerSt. Aidan's Theologi cal College. Callarat, was on Thursda...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Inglewood Advertiser, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 February 1914

^Miallscr, Tl'KSDA Y, 1'KltlU'A It V JH, J<»14. What should prove a musical trout is in stole for Inijlewood residents next Monday and Tuesday, February Kith and 17th, viz.,] the re-appeuance nf the Corrick' Kntei t nine re. The previous visits lo these parts r.nd tlio fact th.it they attracted large houses showed that the estimate formed of their ability was in no wise, over'-rated. The Col-ricks Mihniit lotlly lirst el iss musical pro<>i mimes. and their clients in this direction are considerably incicasod by the support of three new artists—Miss Elsie Coirick, soprano, Mr Junes Caldwell, haiitone, and Mr (.'has. Pickett, clutracter comedian. Miss I'uhy, cornet and melja pliotiu soloist, Miss Cornell, pianiste and accompanist, Miss Amy Flautiste, and Mr Leonard Con ick, sixophone and clarionet player, still ictain (heir places 111 the y.m jiany, whilst a novel musical i'tMii is promised hy .'elections on the silver toned 'organ chimes. The box pi in is at ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 February 1914

Bonninglon's Irish Moss i flBonni |<fe?> feyS To Cur? * Gu|h or Cold, ouu ma.wrauui

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 — 13 February 1914

POSTAL RATE£AND neCULATWHt ». C V, !'f,r? th* ,.iprra "The CtoSW Hull.! is usoti in connection with tte*« rates and regulations it include! Papua Lord Howe Island, auc} Norfolk Island LETTJiJSS. 1 - J.-or every ) ouiice or fraction ikoreol. Jf'or delivery within the Cofiuuoa weahh fT ft 1 For delivery in lh« British K^> I'iio t if or delivery in the N«iv HnMHi Hanks, and Torres IsItA J ft I I'"or delivery in Other Plic£j| .. § l| LliTrEtt CAEfi?. For delivery witiuo teeContotaMaMu Single, Id. e*ofc; ivpij, l'\>r delivery in tin ttriuw JwiifewSi list of places afidor " W« glc. Id. eaofa. For delivery in H%9 Hekhdav, laalii ;u;i Torre* m. mm*. For delivery' in oiter plate*— i-'Jd. each. POST CAKM, Single Postcard* imptmmtd fftfc tfc* Id. and lteply or (kotiM* **rd*, each Unit of whiok ha* the Id. impressed thereon, may b« trauaaMiteq to places within the CWmvanwaalti, *ud to those placet, enumerated Under "J letters," to which letters may to transmitted Jit the rats of Id. per l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 February 1914

AC A' H1NG, Chinese Doctor and Herbalist, Howard Place,: BENDIGO, (Late of Maryborough) ■ PRACTITIONER in Surgery and Medi cine, having pi;HBed «Kftininalions In Qutton (China) as Chinese Doctor, and pTMtiaed in tho Hospital at Bun NingCity Of three jeara, will Visit Ingl'ewood Thursday, March 5, and mav be consulted at Donaldson's Pelican bote) from 8.90 a.m. to 4 p.m. TESTIMONIALS: "Mr. Ack Hlng, Chinese Herbalist, Maryborough.—I, the undersigned, have .much pleasure in testifying to the great "good derived Irom Mr. Ack Hing'u treat meat. Three months ago I was struck with muscular paralysis, which has now left me owing to his herbal treatment.— E, Pbime, Maryborough." "I feel I Cannot thank Dr. Ack Hing enough {or the kind attention to mo while under treatment since June Inst. Wln-n in West Australia I injured myself in ternally, and in spite of the operations that performed, and the treatment of three doctors, no relief was afforded. "When I returned to Victoria I visited Or. Ac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 February 1914

TWO DOSES A CO.MI'LKTK CUIiK. "X am subjcct to bowel troubles which cause pain.und inconvenience," writes Mr. Alfred Wane, 1SS Auburn Road, Au burn, Victoria, "but. have always found two doses of Chuinbprlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy to effect a complete cure. 1 urn pleased to know that there is such a sole and certain remedy as Chamberlain's Colic, ami Diarrhoea Remedy, and always keep a bottle handy." Sold by W. .lenning.". storekeeper, fngle ivood and Mvsia. S0K08KS HAIR TOXIC. This preparation is unsurpassed as a hair food and dandruff preventative. A little sprinkled on the head night and morning, and gently massaged into the scalp, renders baldness impossible. So roses Ilair Tonic will absolutely grow hair and prevent it from falling out. It imparts a beautiful glossy sheen, and brings out all the natural'brightness of the hair. Price :)s 9d per bot tle. Ob tainable nt .x ■;? r'. S-oiithey's, ingle wood ENTERTAINMENTS. Town Hall, Inglewood. MGNBAY~&~TUESDAY. Februa...

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The Inglewood Advertiser, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 February 1914

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1914. The Becrutniy of the^nglewood Hospi tal (Mr. Samuel Deelile), neknowledgcy with thanks the receipt of the following:— A lot of fruit niid vegetables from the Methodist Church," per Rev. A. Dittorich ; | lot of. medicine bottles from Mr. Hugh i Falconer, Tnrnsgullu. While practising for (lie fire biigades' demonstration, n young man mined .Arthur Morrison, of Charlton, was struck on the head liy a coupling, and sustained n serious wound. Dr Dunlop ordered his immediate removal to the Inplewood Hospital, wheto he «'ft3 admitted on Tuesday. •Mr. J. T. lvyne, secretary of the Shire of Marong, wns on .Monday nightappointed town cleric of tho 1'orough of Ecliuea. | There were eleven applicants for the position. TheCorrick Entertainers and Musicians, who appear in the Town flail on Monday and Tuesday next, come to us with an ex ceptionally lii"h reputation, won through out their many years of travel. Musical companies aie, of course, no new thing 011 the Australi...

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On or off Premises. OUTSIDE MAY BE INSIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 February 1914

v On or off Premises. OUTSIDE MAY UB INSIDK. A num tvljo is seen to leave ft hotel, ami is accosted some distance from the door, is thereby found on licensed premises. So, at least, the Chief Justice, the Crown I/i* ufticeis, and I ho defendants agreed in the Practice Cumt, Melbourne, on Wednes day. Constable .Smith, . of Tuyleivood, at about midnight on December 4, stood in the shadow of the lianlt of New South Wnle.i, in the main street, and watohed the! Royal Hotel. He saw two well known residents come out l>y the side door. They hud gone about a dozen yards or more when : they were interrogated by the constable, I and later they were eharped 011 sumuiouR at! the police court (full particulars of the ca:e having appeared in these columns) with having been found on licensed premises duiiiiL'nrohibitud boms.The mauistratcsdis missed the cases, on the ground that tho defendants were nut " found i>n tho prem ises." ' An order nisi to ravicw tliu docisiou was obtained by the Cro...

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Licenses Reduction Board. VISITS INGLEWOOD ON MARCH 25TH. LIST.OF HOTELS TO BE DEALT WITH. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 February 1914

Licenses Reduction Board, j VISITS IN«.JLEWOOI> OS MARCH 25tk. LIST.OK HOTELS TO BK DKALT WITH. ■Thu Licensing Reduction Lin.'iul , Announced ajlist of hotels to lie dealt with i deprivation sittings as undor :— ' I INGLEWOOD IflCKi^SING DISTRICT.1 At the cnui'thoufe, Inylowood, commenc ing Wednesday, Siitli March, »t 10 a.ni. | List as submitted by Superintendent Cal lander:— ' Adelphi Hotel, Inglewood. Uanfe Hotel, Iu«lowr.nd. Bridge Inn Hotel, Kingowei. Kxclmngu Hotel, Inglownod. Harp of Klin Hotel, Inglenood. l'ost Uttice Hotel, Rheola. Railway Hotel, Itigletvood. Sandhurst Hotel, 15ridi>ewatei' West. Spring Croek Hotel, Kurting. Victoria Hotel, Wehln. Waynian's Hotel, Rheola. 1 WEDDKRBURN LICENSING DISTRICT. AI Hie courthouse, Inglewood, Tue.siUy, :11st. .March, at 10 ii.m. LUl us submitted by Sitpininlondeiil. Ciill intlei:— Commercial llotol, \Vedderlitirn. Junction lintel, Kwong Vnle. HR1DGE WATER LICENSING I DISTRICT. I At. Warden's Cnmt, Hendisjo, cnmmene ing Tuesday...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 February 1914

''NHM.K.IvNKW its vai.uk. OlJ, ithe real value of 11'w! \ r!"'.n, s Coiifili Jlcfinody I hoy would \t' " I'olllo in tlio house," v;',j- Dnhell, Jiiulpcrv Hiiildin>>:>, X S \v "",!Vr,llur-v 1!o:ul- Uu'lwith Hill, iiii'i',.,' '!!,vo "Reil it in my family lor f.i.-i't'e-'medicine cither tei'nml • V',1 adults, and run Ihoroughlv Jem 'e,^',t t0 ""yonc. Sold by Xt Uyti4 n'S| - fl',,,'i'kei.,nor, In^lewnod mid

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Dyspeptic's Handicap. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 February 1914

The Dyspeptic's Handicap. The dyspeptic is sorely handicapped in this life. If he is a man he can't keep pice with his fellows becuise of the weak ness, the depression, and the suffering that indigestion inevitably livings in its train. If a woman, she often finds it impossible to carry out the daily household tasks, or niest the demands of a business occupation because headaches, distressing bilious at tacks, palpitation, aud sleeplessness are spoiling her life. The effective remedy for dyspepsia, proved by time add world-wide use, is Mother Seigel's Syrup, the heibal tonic i and restorative for the stomach,,liver, audi bowels. Ic is composed of the extracts of more than ten difieient varieties of barks, roots and leaves, which in combination are wonderfully effective in dispelling indi gestion, biliousness, and the many ilis trussing ailments which follow in their trait). Mrs. Helena Itassmusson, writing from 141 I'nion Street, Kewton, X.S.W., i,n January 8th, 191:!, says:— "Foi s...

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MOLIAGUL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 February 1914

MOLIAGUL. (From ouv Conesnoiulcnt.) ^n old and very highly esteemed resi dent'of this district pissed away lastS-itur day, in tho person .of Mis. iledger, of Moliagul, who had been ilt for 11 consider able time, the immediate cause of deitb hoing valvular disease of the heart. Mis. Hedger was 80 yours (>f aye, and hnd been (i2 yOHrs in Victoria, many years of which Imd been- in the Moliagul district. She was a native of Glasgow, Scotland, and came to Australia when a girl. She wus twice married, and had brought up a large family, fivo son-: and three daughters sur viving, all of whtmi are well known in the locality, and all doing honor to themselves, their parents, and the district. Great sympathy is felt for her husband, Mr. Hedacr, also one of the pioneors of the i locality, who has »aii'.ed the regard and esteem of the entire community, and for the'family. The name is familiar Lhioii»b out,the district, and the death of Mrs. Hedgcr mnoves another link with the. past, und-lms c...

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Accidents. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 February 1914

Accidents. , » 0 Mr Jus. 'lnrpie, of Inglewood, met with a painful accident when motoring to Boort on Tuesday, a small piece of stone'being firing up by a front wheel of l>is car ami lodging in his right eye. 'Die services of Dr. Webster, of Boort, were obtained, ami the stone wag removed after Mr. Turpie had undergone coiiriilf-rAblssuffer ing. An accident occurred at the Boort takes on Wednesday morning tn a vonng man named Delme'nico, ol Korong Vale, who 1 was struck in the eye by a pellet from a charge fired a considerable distance away. Dr. Webster attended the lufferer. Mr. W. Charlesworth, of Marong, was wrestling with one of his comrades on Tuesday, and in falling he' broke his left leg. He was attended at Muroug by Dr. A. Lyons, of Eaglehawk, and subsequently ; was taken to the Bendigo Hospital anil j admitted for treatment. Mr Fred. Lemon, a well-known resident of Wsdaer'nirn, «-ia on Tuesday evefiing the victim of a feiiou- accident irliich occurred while he and severa...

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LEICHARDT. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 February 1914

LEICHARDT. Wiit-er is becoming scarce for household nurpcMee, and the springs, which me abun dant, aro now being used both for domest ic purpose? and for stock. Tlie linvveit in now finished, the hint of Itie threshing bavin" been completed nn Sitncday Inst. Tlia returns were very good. Harvest thanksgiving services in connec tion with the Leiclmrdb Mclhodisfc Church were celebrated k>t Sunday, when Mr. Fietcher pleached appropriate sermons in lhe afternoon and evening. The services were well attended. The church wa9 taste fully, decoruted, and fruits and products of, the season were also in evidence. The cui-! lections amounted to £'17, 10s. I

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The Markets. COUNTRY STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 February 1914

" The Markets. COUNTRY STOCK SALKS. Messr* J. il-. Lienliop. and. Co. report liuving conducted tlieir foitnightly sale .it, Lianucorm on Wednesdiy list, when tliera was the usiiiil attendance of the public mid H ide. There #■«< only h moderate yarding, with odd pun.-" a! animals .niitiiMfe f,ii the trade. We yard;;'! 020 .>lieep, and «itli din exception of two small drafts elected a cleatance. ;!2I> 4-yeai-old crossbred e.»cs, 15a 11<I ; 210 crossbred "«voan':rs, "ood sorts, 12a' Jd ; fat lambs, l)r liJ I a 1 -J.- •'!.! ; utei i(i<i ifetheis, K3s 9d to 10 s 2J. Cfttt'.ii.—\\'g penind o4, with a good.spiinkling of light ureiglit hsifets and bullocks, competition for which was dull, and fats ruled slightly easier than of lite. Useful bullock?, L5 Is to LO 5s; heifeis, L4 11b and L5. We iold for W. A. Michael, J. E. Cnrnovr and and Sons, W. Germnd, A. V. Petheilek, Jas. Spedding, C. Johnsofi, Mis Hvpliurn tnd otiien.

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