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

Done So Quietly. 1 it comes like n ray of sunshine. Makes tlio old folks Imppy. Makes the young folks joyful. . Takes the loud olf the buck. It'rf all done, so .quietly. No fuss nbout it. . Wlmfc is it ? Why,-Doiin's Backache Kuliiey Pill?, , The little kiduuy wonder-workers. VVlint ivill they do Head what tliis woman says : — i .Mjs. A. C'li.ilklny,_ .11i-4.li Stteet, Clmil Inii, sn.vs lime n«D I used DonnV Bicliaeliu Kidmiy Pills for puns in the litiok. caused hy Inking cold in the kidneys, mid I found that tlio remedy was all it" i* .mill to be. nefnre I Hot those pills I had Viillcrcd H good dsnl with backache, but tliey soon fixed me up, find I have hecu free frotr. puns ever since. Since I used them I luive recommended tlimu ton young '•J» •«!"> was st.'ivinn here. She wns very lind with backache at tlio time, and Bonn's fjjokucho Kidney Pills did her as much good n% they did me. Tlioy are splendid pills, and should be used by oil ulio suffer from the kidneys." Twelve years...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 February 1914

PUBLIC NOTICES. •pajajjo J3A3 amttA £S38 P«B saanBig ure|d ui spoog uu •Snxms XPJ hi si i aivs Hamnils s.aaxhoa iiosvas 3HX JO XN3AR 3HX Special Show of Sprinq Millinery. Saturday,Nov. 1st While Thanking our Numerous Patrons for Favors we are always pleased to| welcome NEW ONES W. Meal SPECIAL. ADVERTISEMENTS. tA CARD.) Dr. Garnet W. Deravin, Surgeon to the Inglewood Hospital. BEGS to intimate that he may be con sulted at tlie Rooms of the late Dr [ Wsinberg, Visits Bridge water Monday* and Thursdays from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., FINDJ.AY'3 KATUVAY HOTEL. Yiaitfl Serpentine on the last Friday in Every Month. Public Vaccinator. [A CARD.] I Dr. A.Norris Wilkinson,' M.R.C.B,EngUifd;L.K.C.P., London (tfacceMor to late Dr. Adams.) Honorary Burgeon Jnglewood Hospital Late Hon. Surgeon lo Port 1'irio ami UAvleBforii Hospital?. Visits : Bfidgswater: Kvery Tuesday and Friday. Newbridge: Kvery Wednesday, -1 p.m. Serpentine: Every 2nd Monduv in month. ALEX. BELL, Late T. Phillips, Chemist & D...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 February 1914

Advertise Your District! TO Al.I. WHOM IT MAY CONCHUN. Tjvou with vour tljstricl to «ain prom inence. <l» Kew (he knowledge of U| l,8|.pci»i»p« If you «ifli fvennin which von ore interested to be nude publif, just. I,.op it Jitit; to " The ijvertifcr" "tiice <ti lime to allow of ' finijuiiieiits beingmade ior a reporter' to attend, or, failing Unit, try your own Iiiiii} at rb|'orliiiK- J->'''n't bother to any »re4t extent about the • composition of | articles; just write fully am! dearly—the. alilor will 'I" "IC deaths, incidents, roncc-Hy. I #uoxt9, soi-inl unitierin^H and pernonal ' larwaphs are il" of interest to your | neiahlmrs, nn'1 by drawing public atten tion to your district you ate doinn n good | wnrk. • I j'lmt there is reason for th'ig reminder il not 0111 fault. We liuvc, unfortuiuilely, no Miraculous" power of knowing what is lnij|>eiiiiit! i» ,m'u fiorved by thin journal, litil arc- desirous, Will) your co operation, "i IchEcning our limita...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 February 1914

Presbyterian Church. rpHE Rev. A. L. G. Ash, M.A., will, J. until otherwise notified, conduct public worship worship throughout the Inglcwood chxrge at the times appointed for service in the respective churehec. Services will be held on Sunday next as under:— liijjlewood, 11 a.m., 7 p.m. lSridgewntei', :! p.in. ICvening subject: —"Is Christ Unique." The yoiiiii? folk are specially invited to attend morning services.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church Notices. ANGLICAN. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15th. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 February 1914

Church Notices. ANGLICAN. SUNDAY, FKDUUAUY ]5tli. Ingle wood— ■ 11 a.rii., II.C. 7 p.m., ICvcnaoiiK. Pimpsoii's Creek— , 2 p.m., Harvest. Festival. Kingoyver— lt.45 p.m., Hvcusong All servictH by the Vicar. Korong V«le— 11 a.in., Malting. 7.S0 p.m., Iivensonjr. Powletl— 3 p.m.^Evensong. All services by Mr. C. Farrant,

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Political Situation. IMPORTANCE OF ORGANISATION. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 February 1914

The Political Situation. MIIVmTANCK OK OUGA.N'I.SA'HO.V. Tliere_iii e nnny JJIiemls ivlm f til to ren Ike the iinfSiu tu'ice of iiijjKiii.s.itiitn. liilior is ulnay.s iii»iiiiisL'il; tlielu »te wore Ih.in futu hundred thouvtnd .kTli 1 fc unionist* in the Commonwealth, 'iml the v isfc in ijbiity, pMu'.ic.illy tlie whole, of the unions :»ie politiuiil I iodic,!. Liberal orsAiiisnlinn is dillicilt. The reason i- simple. fjilierili^in stands fur the freedonkof the individu i'. There is nn particular ore*- interest which hinds Lihe» mis Inge'. Iter as trade unionists me united hy a desire to i-ii-e their w.-iyos. The sup OOl'turs »if I I»r> f.flinivil uirt-is Htin iti'iicn from all cl.is.-j--, to pieserve tiie trvlitioiu ''f tile J?(i\cv. At the present moment this i|iiestioii of organisation is of more tli'in ordinaly import nice. There is lutle doubt lint llie double dissolution i* comparatively netr. L:»l).u'.s victory in Xe.v .South Wales hni inspired it with the fighting spirit. ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Kingower Cemetery. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 February 1914

| Kingower Cemetery. (Ki'oni our CunesspdiKlont.; A meeting of thu trustees of llic Kin go wo r Cemetery was hold on .Saturday l«*t for the pui pose of coming to a settlement about the timber tint has been cut and taken away. The chairman asked the sec retary to read the minute* of the last meeting, which were confirmed. The sec retary also lead from the correspondence a list of the loyalty and the market prices of wood, posts and sleepers, .sent in by Mr Rogers, forest li.iilitf, and another list from Mr Coll'ey, which did not correspond with Mr Rt.gers's list. Mr K. O'Shto nessy stated that the timber in the cemetery was reserved for cemetery purposes, and was :>f more valuo tlnn the forest timber, as it had liccn kept there for ;10 years, »nd the tore point >vas that the woodcutter! had pulled the fence doivn and cut the timber without pioper authority. •Mr A. Tai;;: Well, haw did they get there ?• They say t huv lia»e authority. Mr O'Shaunessy slated the timber had been cu...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRIDGEWATER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 February 1914

BRIDGEWATER. o • The .annual meeting of the Bra.«s Band was held at the Mechanics' Institute on Monday evening, when there was a good attendance of botii plaving and non-play-1 in«.members.Mr.J. 'Scholes, one of the Vice-presidents, was voted to the .chair A balance-sheet produced by' the eceie jaiy (II lro;;arfy) showed the bawl (o be in an excellent position fiuanciallv, tlie receipts for the year having been JC'C3 10s and";the expenditure. JC30 10s, a credit balance of X27 thus remaining. For Hub happ> result the sincere thanks of the band are due to Mrs J. Scholes, for it is owing to an art union conducted for two excellent oil painting contributed by her tliatsucli * balance has been obtained, the art union bringing in £22 10s. Ilnd this special effort not been made tlie band would have experienced the same necessity for strict economy as prevailed j .. '«e liisiiimiuai moetinj:, when the cash in hand totalled 12 His. The balance sheet, us cerliliod to hv llie auditors, .Mes...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POMPAPIEL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 February 1914

POMPAPIEL, (FROM OUK CO!lKK9l*ON*nKNT.) Owing to the long spoil of dry neither thovo ia » shortage of wi.ter in the dintiict. All household supplies arc beim; atrted from the Warstng.* channel, whioli h:«« proved of «rent viluti to the district. Aniiety is felt further north on nccouut of the Lanneeooiie weir iieinj; so low, and Another effort is hein^ ntncla to induce the Water Supply Department to nlice h i«sUt hitor on the 87 mile section of the WmaiiKi clmnnel in order tlint the diuna in-iy lie filled. A residence »n<l depot for (lie permanent inspector of ehiunel, Mr T. Corcoran;' i* •iboul to bu CI'V'CI imI between Dingee mid TiuuUv.i. Miss Pearson, of the relieving sbvtV, is »t, present in clm-go of the Sepentine St it« school. , At the loc:»l tjtutu school the cniiimittee have had <i tloov md slidin;: dilov phoeil 111 the "ills' shelter shed iind uro phcinjr * wire-netting fence iirmiiid the r>cli-toI Kurden.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Establishment of Swimming Baths. A PUBLIC APPEAL. (To THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 February 1914

Establishment of Swimming Baths. A PUBLIC AI'l'KAL. fTo tiieKihtor.) Dear Sir.—Kindly allow lis through Uie medium of your paper to bring under pub lic lioticc the fact that it Ins been decided to piocced «t once with the construction of swimming baths for tlio purpose of afford ing facilities for nil the children attending the schools of Inglewood and district to j leurn .swimming. IW'baths will be on the j allotment of land recently granted by tliej Borough Council for agricultural experi- I mental purposes. As parents, wo Inyo no need to remind others of the importance of their children learning to swim. Hardly a] day parses but wo re-td i.f deaths from drowning, and ill many instances those] attempting to rescue sacrificing their, own lives in tlio attempt. Mur warm climate' compels us to indulge in bathing during the summer months, hence tlio necessity] of our children learning swimming, life saring, and restoring to life the apparently drowned. As tlio committee lmve no funds ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 February 1914

. For Coughs and Colds. Ttke Woods Ore at Pegperimut Pu»e

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SPORTING TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 February 1914

SPORTINGr TENNIS.' ' The folJ-iiviiig te;*m has been 'selected In I represent.Tn«lewood.in-this mutch :it lien [digo to-moirmv Ml-hsis;Dlddiun-, JA nuint, Wnght, Demvin. lSnmbtook; 0. Sutherland. /I be Pctuli^n club's phiyers will bo :—Mossrs lioitmi, Hussr, - Leivors, Oreen, Kilis :uul 8. M. l>ernvin, • The time for the receiving.of entries for the tournunent to tje .conducted !»y the Ingloivood club has been extended to Wed-i nesd-ty, ]8tli inst., ; by • ivhich timo it is expected the competitions will li'we filled I well. ■■•Tim following entries were received iip-to Wednesday-evening I Ijidies-!:inule.s.—Misses G. Gladman, 1. Gladnvm. Quick; Smith.;- • Lidics'.; Doubles.— Misses G. find I. Gladman, andTHysoni and Quick. r Mixed -Doubles.—Mr Owen mid .Miss G. Gtiidnisn, -Mr I'ntchell and Miss (I. Hum phrey, Mr G. Sutherland awl Miss Smith, Mr:Diddams.iind,MNs Jenninj;.--, AIr Jiun f brook and Miss Quick. r: J.Gentlcmcn's Donliles'.—Messrs. TatcHell I mid Kittson, Gliidnmn and ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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WEHLA. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 February 1914

WEHLA. (KIIOM OUIl CORRKSrONIlK.ST.) A very painfull accident happened to Miss Myrtle Robinson, second daughter of Mr. John Robinson, of Wehla. Having     returned from school Miss Robinson proceded to play with some other children when by some means she full and sustained a fractured collar bone. The injury was     attended to by Dr. Taylor, of Wedderburn. A cricket match was played on Saturday last between Fentons Creek and Kooreh     when the latter team proved far superior to their opponents, winning by 111 runs to 48.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Midnight Fracas. OBSCENE LANGUAGE AND ASSUAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 February 1914

: Midnight Fracas. •b-nsdiania languagk and assault* Tho attention of llio court of Petty Sessions, constituted by Messrs. J. C. Alurroiv and C. J. Ansett, .Is-I'., wntf on ctjj-it-'d- tijt* ivliole of Tuesday morning u itli a case of a serious assault commuted (ac cording to thy evidence of informant and lii.-i witnesses) by two cousins, naned William George Macumber and Alexander Macumber, farm laborers, of Kurting. The proceedings were conducted by Super- intendent CXiIlandcr, of Maryborough, and tlio defend ints were represented by Mr. l'\ K Hontn. Tlio casa excited consider able interest, which was evidenced by a good attendance of the public. T/ic tale unfolded to tlio court by James Robnts, the informant, was, biieily, tli.it after imbibing lrne)y diiiinif the ni^'lit of the 5th inst., he, accornptmed by hii son, , went to bis homo at tho rear of the railway station. After tetiring to bed ho was 'seized with a "wander lint," as often hap [pencil when in liquor, and accordingl...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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WEDDING. RUTTY— HAYWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 February 1914

WEDDING. RUTTY— HAYWARD. The wedding of Mr John Wilfred Rutty, eldest son of Mr John Rutty, of High Wycombe, Bucks, England, and Miss Mar- jorie Monica Hayamd, youngest daughter of the late Rev. Rowland Hayward and Mrs Hayward, of "Doon," Sandringham, was celebrated at St. John's Church, Too   rak, on 20th January. The Rev. Canon   Hughes, assisted by the Rev. W. Allen, performed the ceremony. The "Wedding March" and other suitable music was played by the organist. The bride, who was given away by her Mother-in-law (Mr Leslie Stuart), was gowned in white satin, beautifully draped over an underskirt of Limerick lace. The bodice and long train were trimmed with sprays of orange blos som. An unhemmed tulle veil was worn over the face, surmounted by a wreath of orange blossom. A bouquet of white roses and bouvardia was carried. The bridesmaids were Miss Barbara Hay ward (sister of the bride), Miss Meg Wig gins, Misses Nanette Stuart, Joan Newbi gin and Lavender...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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POSTAL RATES AND RECULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it included Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 February 1914

POSTAL RATES AND RECULATfORV [iiitb tho term '.'The Common, wrji.tli" is used in connection with rail's .'""'1 regulations it includoi Pnnu»' Lord I inwc Island, ant} Norfolk Uland1 I.E'lTEftfl. 1 For every J ounco or fraotfon thereof. For delivery within the Oo<hlpoS- * i wealth f; .. ® | i Fur delivery iii tho British-k^. I i'in' Fur delivery m tho Now Hehri^M, IVauks, nnd Torres "T 6 For delivery in other places .. *■ LETTER VA11W. For delivery within Uio Copijiienw^ •Single, 111. eiicii; l»ply, I For delivery in tie liritwi Sep list ei places iicdsr "firtWi gle, Id. cucfa. ■ For delivery in New Hybrid jiii.i Torroa UiamU—( Fur delivery in attar ;'}d. each. POST CAJUM, Single Postcard* impreMfd wjtk tka Id stamp, and Reply of doukU <w37 each halt of which Iim the Id. »tam» impressed thereon, may be transmitted to places wit-Inn tho Commonwealth. and to ilioBo places, enumerated under "J.otters," to wliicJi letters may bl transmitted nfc tho rate of Id. per J...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 February 1914

ACK:"fflNG,-: Chinese Doctor and Herbalist, • Howard Place, BENDIOO, . (Late of iWaryboroui;IO PRACTIT1 ONER in Surgery and Medi cine, having: pusacd <?jciiini».'iliojiH in Oanton (China) hh Chinese Doctor, nail practised in the Hospital at Sun Niug City or three >eara, will Visit Inglewocd OS Thursday, March 5, and may be consulted at Donaldson's Pelican Hotel from 8.%) a.m. to 4p.m.~ TESTIMONIALS: "Mr. Ack Hing, Chinese Herbalist, Maryborough.—1, the undersigned, have much pleasure in testifying to the great good derived'from Mr. Ack Hing'a treat ment. Three months ago I wan struck with muscular paralysis, which has now loffc mi* nwiiii? to liiu herbal treatment.— E. Prime, Maryborout?h." "I feel 1 cannot thank Dr. Ark [liny enough for the kind attention to :no while | ithder treatment sinee .1 une Tust. When in Svest Australia 1 injured myself in ternnlly, and in spite i>£ the operations that performed, and the treatment oi three doctors, no relief was afforded, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 February 1914

Grn111! EXTKRTAlNMENT find BAf.I. 1 !■ i In the evening. ' P. GIBSON I Joint | • P. McGURK f Sees. ! ...A,". WHOLESOME DRINK BRACING AND REFRESHING PUBLIC NOTICES. W AN'IKD.-Ueneral Servant. Apply • ' Mrs. T. Ileii'lry, p/o Mrs. J). Cuutts, "Inverness," Inglewood. •ALE8 BY AUCTION. INGLEWOOD. Thursday, 5th March. IMPORTANT LAND SALE. 320 Acres Freehold in the PARISH OF SALISBURY WEST. ■ In the Kst.ite of K. Wylie, deceased. fpHOMAS MORROW & CO., in con 1 junction with McICF.AN, McGRE GOR & CO., instructed by the KxecutorB nf I he above Estate and " the Sandhurst and Northern District Trustees and Exe cutors Co. (Jas. P. B. McQuie, manager), will sell by public auction at theIN0U,E WOOI) SALE YARDS on the above date at 2 o'clock, imme'liiitqly prior to tin Stool; Sale. 310 ACRKS 3 ROODS 20 PERCHES, Cnmpiised in allot. 16, Seo. C, parish of Salisbury Wobt, on the main rond to Serpenllr.e, and adjoining the pro perties of Messrs Gunnel;. Daniel, McUnden. The, pro '11 fe...

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BORUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 February 1914

BO'RUNG r AJr M. Campbell,, who, for the past nine inonttis Jms been in chargo of the local Pi eshyteriun Church; has been- transferred to Myrtlefoid..- His successor is Mr Harris; from" Biiirnsdale. On Sund-ty the Ruv. D.Cameron, AI.A., Diieotor of Home Missions,*..preached in the Borung Church.> Hi* discourse u'as much enjoyed by the. 1 itige ceon»re^.ilion present. • The rush of the wheat ; curling is now over, yDuiing the season mi immense quantity.of «r:iin 1ms.come into Hormi", the newly opened country about the Lnd. don supplying av.great'. increase. The heavily-laden waggons nndHractiomeriffinos Irivccut up the' rands veiy.i,l)iidly in .pluct<-' • After a k'n»thy spell, ciuiscd l>y the ru-li of liuivesfc lyoik, the cncl;«t mutches irrn lesuiped lastSatuiday.JCinypnniiil, i-Hther slioi t'liiinded, yjsjted pnrjinj;,- who »Nn had difficult? i" netting a te.ip).' : |;or)in!{ hatted first, lint nivin« to.the (jood-linuliiii! mid fielding of their opponents, lliey...

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Wedderburn Races. ANNUAL MEETING, Wednesday, March 25. PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 February 1914

Wedd.erburn Races. ANWUAL MBETIXG, Wednesday, March 25. PROGRAMME. Trial 'Handicap.—To start at 2 p.m. £10.' Second horse £2 out of stake. Sis furloncs. -For horse th.it have never ivoii over ill). Kn trance 10a. - . /Ladies' llracelqt -Handicap -Trqt.—To 3|nr( at 2.3Q.. Xl2.' fe'ecoiid horse, £2 out nf stalfe. : 11 jpllpe.,Weight? i Saddle,' list lOlbs; harness,''lOat'lOlbs. All horses to be nominated .by ladles. Scratch horses handicapped on Si ..minutes basis^ En trance 12s. (Registered); \ ; Wedderburn Handicap.—To start at 3 o'clock. £30. ' Second horse £3, -third t'2 out of stake. One mile. Winner of any handicap after declaration of weights exceeding in value the.amount of £10 to carry 7lbs penalty. Nom. lijs,- i(c,cep. 15s, at RucT.etary'.a o%e onf.'.l\on'f before start pi i*ce. L' Hack Race.—To start at .1.30. £0. Sec ond horse £ I oi\t of stake. For horses that have never won over £5. Five fur longs, Weight., fist,-*- .Entrance Gs. En tries roceivcd on course at secretary'...

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