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

TWO DOSIiS A COMT'LKTK CUIifi: "f mil sillijra I tn bowel doubles which Pff.ei!' pain and inconvenience," wiilea j»'r. All.wl Wnp(x,"lwri' A/rbji/'ii Ko'ul, A11 f'llin, Virtori;j, !'bu[ lijivt! always fn|m;l mvo doses of Chamberlain's L'olie and Diarrhoea Kemwtv to effect a complete cure. I am pleased to know that there is such a gale and certain remedy as Chamberlain's , Colic and J)iarrhcea Remedy, and always keep a bottle liandv." Sold by W. Jennings,Jstorekeeper, Inglt rvood and .Mysia.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 February 1914

SEJU) WHEAT FOR SALE.— Good Federation off new ground. -Apply, K. "iVir.oON, Kurtinp. ENTERTAINMENTS. Town Hall, Inglewood. To-Night! To-Night! Triumphal Reappearance of the CORRICK - - - * ENTERTAINERS (newly organised.) Pronounced better than ever. ^ 9 Versatile Artists 9 & Headed by MISS ELSIE COIilUCllj ' Charming Lvrie Soprano, MISS RULtY'CORlilCK, ^ | Cornel and Mcllaphone Soloict, 'Supported by; I -M R .7AMES C ALOW ELL, Popular Australian Baritone, •-, - and' ALPHAS. pjQKRTT, - ' : r-, :<;jw cter'Comudian,_:■; - ■ ' •s3w$t&\-ol^innl programmes of Mirth; Music «nd.'!sjtlody, eclipsing all- Previous luitortaiHinwiti. - ■, ■. > •^P.ijcci^-ripT'-•* and Is. Box Plan at Mi*. Soutliev's. " No extra charge for reserving. XOlili 1E ITANItRlCKS, Manager.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING. TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 February 1914

^PORTING. —— o ' TJfliNNlS. A team of six gentlemen (which inpliided Sir. K. Owen, of Serpentine) journeyed to fiendigo nn Saturday and liied conclusions! ivitll a similar number of players from tlml place. The match proved interesting and was thoroughly enjoyed. A leading featu.e was she vigorous play of Dr. Leweis, an ex-University four man, who was a tower of strength co the 1'endigcni ins. The visitors were heated most hospitably, afternoon tea being provided by Mrs. Leggo, and the homo players providing a dinner,at the Hotel Shamrock in the even ing. liendigo won by l.'i sets to 8, the scores being as follow Dr. Leweis and Busst (Bundigo) beat Diddams and I/unont (Iwilewood) by two sets to one, and defeat-1 ed Dr. Deravin and Owen and liimbrool; and Sutheiland in straight sets. Di Green' and S. Do Knrin (liendigo) beat liimbrool; and Sutherland by two sets to one, but lost to Diddams aud Latnont in straight sets, and Dr. Deravin and (liven i.y two set* to onu. Father Ellis and ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wheat Growing Tests. EXPERIMENTS AT FOUR CENTRES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 February 1914

Gt'owlnii Tjsst^. mi'KRIMKNTS AT FOUR CKNT1U0S. During the past ye'ir n number of varie ties cif wheat were tested l>y the Depart ment of Axricntlnro ;it Uutherglen, Lnn Uerunnn^, Werribei; and' Wyunn, with the object r,f 'areuitiiiiiiiij; what seed would yield the best results in each of the elinm Lie-ally different district* represented liy the four -centres. At IjonRorennng and Wyunn tlio tests wero contined to sninll plots, but ut Uutherglen mid Werrilieo the varieties were tested in blocks of three to j fivu acres each. I The rainfall tiom whon it was sown till ! Imrvest whs as follows:—Wembee, Tina. 30pln ; SVyiinn, 8ins 73 .pts ; Ruthoiglcn, , lOins o5pts ; LongeiunoiiiJi lliiis ,18pta. ■ The least rainfall waa lit Weriibeo. The [ normal rainfall for May to December was ■. ISinlpt. I Tlie yields of wheat varieties 'were as i follows Rtftber- \Y»rrl- Wy* Loa. ger«« noajj Coll«xo (bulk fiald). Bus. , 32.4 . 32.4 , .30.0 , 29 0 28.8 bt« (bulk n.id). Bun. Bu9. 21.8 18 5 17.5 2...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 February 1914

UOXINO. At the Sydney stadium onSaturday night before an attendance of 10,000 people.', in a contest for the welter weight'champion J :if the British Empire, Tom McCormick (103t nil") knocked out .Johnny. Summers (10st of Kngluid, in 2min 20iec.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 February 1914

WINIW6 At tin- 1 So.ilii).( ,\lluvinl (loveliipmoiiU of "ulily oiicniuHMi'iM iintme uontiiun.' In bo "I Mill. . 'I'liu in-iin oust crmHout, ivliiuli " "HIS! lllivi'n iu wml|,( |S lll)W OHl .Jloft,; n 'sl "-l U "l1""" K'llil-ljtvirinK 1 1° 'lie <tir>li litfiii" leyil ' J In ortk'i til (ipen up iiinri' " ml "win iiii'f lovuls noii'ti ar.d ml,1 ll"-' iiliuiul. Aiiangii a'U :VL1' 'liUU' f01' " co'inplcte 2 iVPU F^'Ming |»WS J}f T:. Mk': mi ferry, ths n'iino him- if "f the city holders; aiul expiossori p siibilitL. "8 l,ighly p!e,ue'1 ivith k,s

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INGLEWOOD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 February 1914

1XGLKW00D IIACIX The secretary to llio 1 oc.-it chili, Mr. \V. received an inlinml inn from ^hJilKj^jjVl)epartiner.t to the cH'eet tlmt on iMarcl73K\li tlie 12.15 p.m. flown and j^ie 8 i^!). |[1 and the .'5.30 p.m. np trains Miil'itnp racecourse platform, and tuiat two Jffrs will he attached to the up goods^©n), and this train will, leave the ^awjg|r-i"r Bcndigo Hb 0 p.m. • Holiday •eWlrsi.in fares will hit charged from Ben di«o, Wyeheproof and intervening stntiuns, available for return till JIaich 13th.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cycling and Motoring Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 February 1914

Cycling and .Motoring Notes. A novel motor propeller attachment for use nu bicycles has been marketed in Cuvula. The attachment consists of a three port two cycle air cooled engine which gives off 4 h.p. to drive a propeller. With a flitter bladed propeller .°io or 40 miles an hour is said to bo easily iittainalihi i:n good roads. Over one hundred miles"tn. ilie gallon' of petrol can bo travelled-'ijif *verngo l'o ids. - , After olosely watching the trond pfJtliinfjs. in connection with the advent and progress o( the cycle cir movement in England; .opu is forced to tho conclusion that the true cycle car lus not made the progress antici-" pited. In the early part of last year it was prophesied on «ll hands that the cycle car was going to i evolutionism motoring in KiiRlind. It hasn't. , But; whilst Iiieit' bin been a slackening off in. the cycle car movement, the n^nt car lias tiounclert into pnpuUuty in iSnj-lainl, unci appears to e Sur.ie to sUy. It is evident Unit this cjcle cir' ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 February 1914

m% J Ml, ■"* DUBLIO HOTIOKO 'vi >■ •pajajjo J3A3 . giUKA XS33 P«» saJnOij uicjd ui spoog ijk •Sutms xitij at si a i v s u anwns s«aa.iaoi? ^ Nosvas 3HX iiO XN3A3 3HX Special Show /-•: of -t"3rsfr ; xT >v * «• «-v Spring Millinerv. Saturday,Nov. 1st While Thanking our Numerous Patrons for Favors we are always pleased to| welcome NEW ONES W. Meal Ctumbcrlftia's ISKm <*jgf SPuCf^fc/ v\0¥ERTtSeMSMy3. [A CAliD.J ! Dr. Garnet W. Deravin, Surgeon (o tbs Icglewood Hospital, BEGS to intimate that he may lie ton suited at the Rooms uf tlie late Dr Weinberg. Visits Bridgewatcr Mondays and Thursdays from 3 p.m. to ij p.m., I FJNDl.AY'S BAILWAY HOTEL. : Visits Serpentine on the last Friday in F.Verv Month. Public Vaccinator. [A CARD.] Dr. A.Morris Wilkinson, M.R.C.8,England ; L.K.C.P., London (Successor to late I)r. Adams.) Honorary Burgeon Inglnwood Hospital Late Hon. Surgeon to Port Pirie and Davlesioro Ilospitnly. Visits : Bridgewater: Every Tuesday and Friday. Newbridge: Eve...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 February 1914

Advertise Your Bfstri:t! TO AIX WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. • If you wish your district to gniri prom inence, do not l;c< o the knowledge of local happenings to yourself. lt ynu wish events ih whieh you vi e interested to bo made public, just uiop a lino to "The Advertiser" oflice in time to allow of arrangements being made for a reporter to ottend, or, failing that, try. your own Imnd at reporting. Don't bother to any I great extent about (lie composition ofl articles; just write fully and clenrly— the editor will do the rest.' I Weddings, deaths, accidents, concerts, sports, social gatherings and personal paragraphs are all of interest to your neighbors, and by drawing public atten tion to .your district yon are do iny a good work. That there is reason for this reminder I io not our fault. Wo have, unfortunately, no miracuiou.-; power of knowing what is I happening in all the area served by this journal, but are desirous, with your co-1 operation, of lessening our limitations....

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

i PERSONAL. . Mi ll. C. Henderson, for the past two yeais stationed at WetUlL-rburn aa lt»Uer at the Bunk of Australasia, 'ind- who has been transferred to-Bairnsdale, was presented by his friends prior to his departure with an inscribed ciieket bat. anil case of-- pi pes. Mr Henderson, by reason of his sporting nlnlity, wis well known through the district, ind his depaiture is regretted. Mr (J. E. Albrecht, secretary and engi neer to the East Ijoddon Shire Council,-has resumed duty after his holiday, portion of which was spent at Wollonjjong, iS'.S. W. Mr E. Owen, assistant-engineer, left for Melbourne yesterday on a fortnight s leave to take p.n t in an examination in connec tion with his engineeting eouise. ■ - On Sunday afcefnoon,; 8tli inst., at the Methodist Church. Koioils; Vale, the pie Mentation . of a Bible and hymn book whs made to.'ilr and Mrs. J'. .Venning, active members of the church, w)io were recently married. 'J he:gifts, which came from the choir mid congregation,...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Inglewood Advertiser, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17. 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 February 1914

ingfefowflfo ^kriiser, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17. 1!)H. To contest ihe Bentliyo seat in the House of Representatives in the Liberal interests tliu following have tt'rii .nominated :— Messrs Joliu Alexander JAiKjuiiaiso)^ West Melbourne ; William J. Hicluudis, lviivlt ; and Frank Malclon Robb, of Mel bourne. A brJ.lot will lie taken of all branches in the electorate in April to deter mine who shall be selected. Mr Jas. Turpie, of Belmont-stnat, was the victim of an unfortunate accident on Friday. He was icturninc! from Ser pentine on his motor cycle, and h.'ti just :urned into Sullivan-street when both inndles of his machiue ij)ol:u and let hint iowrl lieuvily on the mctil. ftlr Turpie suffered severely fiom skin abrasions, jruiseu ajuJ-thock, but is making i aalis #ctoty xecovey. ' < s iiuiu it'jiiiUL-p.'Hio, 'nii-ufcift- ft Kvviii'imiriy, vi-jtcci ilij ltie.il Stale mjIiimiI yi'j-ltinltiy, mid dining the ■ :ifti;nioon yivo an' exhibition <if sniiimiiiiy to :'> n...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A New Fertiliser. "THE COST ALMOST NIL." MAITLAND FARMER'S CLAIM. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 February 1914

.•tun cost almost nir.." AT a it l a n d farmer's claim. Mv W. I'l. Griitwick, (if-Mllitlii)l(l, .SutiLli Ailatiiiliii. contributes! tlio following to the orjiU'derOhroniclo":—"Suporphosplmtedid „,„ro for tlio "uplifting of liumunity" limn ■ur tlio Vernm Govurnniont did. The flitter claimed tint Labor politics iveio re sijonPiblo f»r the prosperity of South Aus ilia. I cliiim Hint superphosphate niul I lie drill, coupled with 11 run of «ood sc.isons, • winced the wonderful charge wo sou I'li-diy. I pitidi'.st ovbii « greater tipinting in (lie near future, wit hout tin- .lid uf super ■ rilinsrtfi"'<■'- We "" th.-ifc (Ire total •iiiii p'i'l f niiii'is fin- fertilisers runs into in immense miititiuL every yum-. 'J'lio difficulty in getting manure to the remote puts "< the State is hI.su considerable. Often it has lieon carted long distances over tad roads. The pn'cu to tho farmer is also controlled by Ilia 'Orrible understanding,' and he cannot get away from it.. ...

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

Iv.An i'tliciil.lii.il twjik. place nl Hume i,u : ''lys wiiulcw' invention of ^nur.yim, iin Itulmn engineer. Two *uliinei'-!udtoipi'dws uno exj.l.i.lud liy uiL'.-iiif uf tho i iys in Mm Ai no KivcrnW cariy.) . TIiij ll ili ui (ji.vui'iniiunb li.is pin olmsi'cl; lliuKiiivuiui.in. It in dcsciilicd hp flne/or oxploJipa at . nv desiied distune • fK'l) Ui ffijpf) yiifl-i, liy i/ifelo.^i infF.i ri'd fiiliU' ypi'oliiitnUiys, all ptplnsifo -■stunci's in crmtaot u jlli nielttl, .SOIIOSIS 11A 11! TUNIC. ,,'J his preparation i», unsurpassed ns>. a liair food anil damlniff piuvi'ii'ativc. A lillli- sprinkled un tliv lu-u<l iii»l>t un.l I iiloiniiif;, iimlinto llie Ur;il|i, ii'ink'i.- LiaIIIiu-j-s iinp-railile. So iovi'.-i llsiir Tonic will nbs,,lntely »n>w hair ami prevent it from lulling out It IuiparIs u buaulifii! sliocii, mid mil. all tin1' iiaiiirnl - ln*ijSJitiiv-j-f 'Jif tile liaif. ' |'ii p' :i- D|f< L'r bpft i'J'' r't ||i tiuiiiibh' lit . -vcijtj.r-V-i, I...

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

filVES INSTANT RELIEF. "Frr six years I have been u enffe-er irom f.oFf,." writra Mr. It. 0. Pliilpe, Dufton, S.A., J'liujThoiv jvhen I-get Hiese littncks J ialie Chantberltiin'e Cpljc'iuul Dinrrhocf Remedy, and find tliat it j-jv-os me immediate relief. I can confidently recommend it f<r colic or other atoma-ii complaints ; two or three doses will Mvc instant relief." Sold by W. Jeonin»j itorekeejxr, Inglewood aud Hysia, ' >

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Approaching Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 February 1914

Approaching Sales. fell.. "31;—Wychepronf..- sti>pU ■ s*le.— Thoman Mmunv itn<l Qn.. Huctinneeii, Fi-h. 25.—Charlton Eiool; s-iiIk.—Tltonuu Morrow ami Co., Huctitmeer?. Pf-I>, 20. — Quainlialook stock sale.— Thomas Morrow mirj Coy auctioneers. Feb; 2fi.—S.ile of land and implements at. Myvia, in estate of Robert, Oshnrn.— ThomasMonow and Co , auctioneer*. Foil. 27.—Bnmt ;stoc'l; sale.—Thorna* Moriowand Co..^auctioneers. Mnrpli '^.-Tpogup stpqk snle.—^jlijOtijHS .; Moir'oftvand po , inctjoneera. ' M arch 5.—Ingle wood.*! took ?>.le,—Tlionma Morrow and Co., auctioneer*. Mwch 5.—rSulo of 320 acies hnd in inrish: of Silisllmy, in estate of V,. Wylle, deoen*ed, »t In^lp.vnod gale yard*.—Thomas Morrow mid Co. and :McKbiii, McGiPgor and Co., auction rers.in conjunction. >Marcl) ■.10. — Important. land s»le at ■ U'yclioproof of J Ml acres freehold, ' with homestead, cut-buildings snd .ill : ' accessories ossein ial to n well-equipped : " "farnir.on behalf of Mrs C. Mt...

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Living with Broken Neck. PATIENT MAY RECOVER. Wonthaggi Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 February 1914

Living with Broken Neck. | I'ATIRNT MAY RECOYKR I Friday. Alliert Kerr, whose puretits-live in Mel bourne, lies in the Woiitliii»i»i Hospital with a broken neck, and. much-interest i* being taken in the oase. On Snn-liy, Jami*iy'l, .the young man dived into a( stream at. Inverloch, and as the 'water■ .was only a foot deep, his head caine.in contact with the bottom. IIe has been in the hospital evetvsiiiee. " At, first parnlysis extended from the neck down to thn feet, and - it appeared to be extending towards the biain. - owing to the spinal cord being • injured. At time* oxygen has had to lie injected a'nd artificial respii'jtioa resorted t<>, ■ iu or:!ei- to keep hi|ii ij'ivo. The results so far have bben gratifying nnd theyoung" man lias a cliancu of lecoveiy. The extension of the paralysis to the hiain has been arrested, and the use of the shoul ders and arms is returning, as lie can now v iisu them, but cannot, grasp anything wiih his li'uguis. ■ The hot neat her ...

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

DINGEE. o A well-attended meeting of the Dingee Progress Association was held 011' Wednes dny .night.-. Mr. Jas. Bremiui, who oc cupied the cliair, suggested that a petition •be presented to' tlie Knst Lioddon. Shire Council praying that the scale of charues fur- weighing at the local shire weighbridge he reduced, so as to bring them int • linn with . the isttes chained at the railway i weighbridge. . The meeting was strongly in | favor of the reduction, as the efttct of the | high charges was to send wheat, an 1 with it other business, to other stations. It was Agrped that the secretary (Mr, A, Liide-. m inn) be iiskecj t.o drew up the petition, and obtain signatures thereto. . Jc was also decided to ask the shire council to ananac for the better diain»i;o of. the main .toad near the railway crossing. The uns-itisfnc tory state of the railway sheep 'illJ Kittle yards was also discussed, and the secretary was directed to write to the commissioners, requesting that the new sheep and ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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WEDDERBURN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 February 1914

WEDDERI3UKN IUCLS Of the Wedderburn races, to be held on Wednesday, Match 25, ftiU 'pin ticuItirs ap-. pear elsewhere. The programme is an excellent-one, and 011 a very liberal scale.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Martin Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 February 1914

The Martin Fund, Wo Inve pleasure in ncknowleJging the following additional eontjiljiitiom to the" »uove' fund :— . , Dr. IK'i'.ivin ... ' ..." H O' Matron Wuntcntt ... : ,"i () -£."l?tilrin 10 W. U'ljHllor^n'" 10 " R. McCitllmn „. [ () - N. Robinson ... '30 V. Ahliwcirlli 'j o II. IJ. Ditteiich ... Jo W. I]. ^jplohy o 0 ■Previouslyacknowledged 11 Jli -0 Total £12 10 0

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