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

BRIDGEWATER. «0M OUR COItnESPO.VDKXT.'r . ' Mis. Florence Miles, wife of All. John Mjlp*, sfcatipninastei; at Demii'tllum, nntl hrwcfty of'Golden Smjure, Glenloth and Elnihurst, pissed away1 =jb the former place on Wednesdny evening ."at the ngo of 38 J'e.ti?;. -The deceased enjoyed her custom Hiy good health up to Tuesday, when she whs .-'seized with paralysis, which caused her deuli":. Sim, was a daughter of MK ,r, 15. Smith, of this town. blip, leaves a .^icioner and nno son to mourn her lo^s, Tim icnmins ivero inteusil in tlio ioeui Cfineteiy on Kridny, tlio funeral bring well altiMuliifJ by friends of tho family " The Rev. C. A. Grant oflicinted at. the grave side. ->Jr. R Wilsmnre, nl Iiigleivond, hnd ch^iue.of the fnnera! Arrangements, <

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

, (fiwoiis. |8hVeCoy»ieii. MONTH MEETING. The monthly meeting was held on Thurs- day at the Shire hall,Wedderburn. Present —Crs. O'Brien (president), Thomas, White, Kiniry, Andrews, Johnston, Sweeney, Kelly and Gray. CORRESPONDENCE. From Cr. and Mrs. Thomas Kelly, return- ing sincere thanks for the kind expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereave- ment.—Received. From K. J. Taylor, Korong Vale, com- plaining that H. Ward is making a wood heap on the main road, making travelling dangerous.— Ward to he asked to remove the wood. From T. Nelson, asking that the presi-   dent call a meeting to appoint new trustees to the Kingower cemetery.—Meeting to be convened. J From Sutherland II utiles Melbourne, applying for a donation.—£1 to*be sent, j From Jdhu.K. Liily and others at Wed 'derlmrn, applying to have a road south from Mrs Kossi's to II. McICenzie's, thenco least to St. Ainaiid, opened for tiaflic. Mr ! L lity supported his request personally, and |said the road ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Approaching Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 February 1914

Approaching Sales. . Fell. 24.— Wycheproof stock sals, ThomiiH Morrow unci Co., auctioneer*. > Fc*li.2/i.—Charlton stock sale.—Thomas • Morrow und Co., ftucUbneeyo. " * Fi-li. 2(j.— Quninh.ilofi|s §foc|i gale.— vTliOfiif)8 Moj-roiy nnd Pp., ilupfcjppesj'O; :/pub. 30.—S ile «»f lstif) und implements st - My.-i'i, iii tv-tnle of Robert Oeboin.— Tliotius Mouaw and Co., auctioneer? . I'VU, 27."— Booit stock sale. Thomas Morio.y und Co,, auctioneers. Mtunh H — t.n^iin atook sals.—Thomas Morrow and Co., auotionesrg. M ai cli 0.— Inglowoodstook sale.—ThomM Morrow mid Co., auctioneers, Murch 5.—c5nle of 320 seres land in |juisli of SilifImry, in eststs of f Wylir, dt'Ci':i>cd( at lojjlewood sale y ird.-.—Thomas Morrow and Co. and McKinn, MeOiegor and Co., auetioa* -cci* ill conjunction. Mai eh 10. — linpoiUut land sals at Wychepioof i f 1141 Acrss freehold, ,• with hoint'tiltMd, cut-buildings and all accessories* esHeiitiitl to a well-squipped f.irfn, tiif helmlf'pf Mfs P. 'Mclfliy/wi...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Simpson's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 February 1914

Simpson's Creek. 0 (KllOM OUR COKKEHI'OXDKNT.) The Church of En<:lmd Harvest Ko»liv» ivis held in tins district on Sundiy last. The, school had l>oea prettily decorated and a litmo evliihifc of (lie district's products was in.evideiice. The llcv. 0. A. Grant, nf'{ngluwoud, pieached a most impressive and sippi-opt-i ite • •seriiion- from the Will eh-.ptei and the Ulitli verfe of Kxudus, "The lirsl. of the lirst. fruit* of thy luiul ill hi sli.'tlt. !>i tiiy unlo i lie house of the Lord thy G h1." Gre.it iuleiest »a- centred i:i the 'nett ing of ilie .\i nold and' Jjlanully .letting oil Saturday; last on. the former';! ground! Until tiwiii!1 had pel funned well id tjjejf I S'tliiiiliiyV matches anajn'sit Woodstock r]i'4 i Tiiniaynll.i i e>|jpc(.ivuly. • .\t the preyim* meeting of the.-u tivu tennis Aiuold ivun iflel a tiuiMl ii line.- ( III lliu liiat day'si piny .if the jin-sentr Hume Arnold are lending e:isity, hut;iilaiielly lire without Ihoir two liestmen, J ui...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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District Residents Farewelled. MR AND MRS McCALLUM, MEMSIE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 February 1914

District Residents Farewe I led.., MH AND MRS McCALLUlU, MKMSIK. dm rorircpnmlint wiiU-s : — A MMirt-nir Has iiccrtiAlt' un■! Mis A1 i-T'it11 nin, of Momsii', in tin* .Arnold Hull ru May (.'i-oniim I i-t.. Mi anil Mrs i;Iiiin ciiini- into llit*tli«li-.ict some seven oi' eight yours «»o, when they "elected one of the blocks of the Meinsie. Kstato. I.'ni - in" their May in this distiior, they hail, by their ijiiint ininner and niHiiy liitlo acts "nf charitableness, acijniied nn unprecedented popnlatity mioimst. all with whom tliey C'lino in contact. When it became known some little time jiao thht Mr McCilliini had sold his property to Mr C. Higgs and was shortly liMvinsr the district >i few of his inosL intimate fiiends immediately set. alioub arranging a send-olf lo himself and his good wife. As was fully expected, this event brought together one of the largest , and most lopresentative gntliurings ever seen in the Arnold Hill. The dii-tvicts of , Arnold, Meinsie and Newbridge wei...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 February 1914

Serious Chances Aretaken in ne{»!£?ctitii< a simple case of Piles. Any per:>in ulcus serious chanctt.s in nenlcctii)|{ nil att.-.ck of piles. This ailment h is 11 tendency to become chronic, and there.-.fa. also d«n»er -of -ulceration noil funning... of-- fistula, both - very - diliiotilt. tw cure. The safest remedy for .tny.-fonn of piles,whether itchitm , or protudin.;, is Dunn s OinLiiiunt. -It^c.iuses 110 detention from daily, occupation, and the' nviny cures ill ide hy it have made it famuli^ in every corner of the ivruld: •■Jt enj>y»" a j-ieitur demand,, and more enthusiastic nonul u iiv than any other pile remedy'.ever placed' on the market.. - •. • . 1j ilmer, Fi uitver, Broolie-slreet, Ju^lewoud, siys :—"Ful' years .I..■■.was inflicted with itcliiti"y piles,. and I found them itir>i>t difficult to Ire it. ijothiiu; did meiiinuh »o.)d until i obtained u pofc of Doan's -Ointment atVUell's Pharmacy; 'l'iiis preparation so:m y ive inc relief, and eventual...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Our Vacant Spaces. CLOSER SETTLEMENT BLUNDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 February 1914

Our Vacant Spaces. CLOSKf! SKTTLiKMKN'T lit.HNDKH.S. To Victoria the niMtor nf closer ceUl« incut is of such Mipieine importance llmt any members of tin; Miuku of .Assembly »im may have liveomc u'lii.-nnlly excited in discussing it muse 1 to pirduned. 'I lie •State is spundiu;! millions of immry in buyingjiig estates to be cut up into allot 111 tints suitable for the small holder ; it. is advanai:;; othci miliums to those small holders to put llirni mi their feet. This policy, if succe.-sfully canied out, meaus the peopling nf our., vacant spaces, and tho listing prospoiity of our lather overgrown cities. [ lloivuvei, the comimttco appointed to inquire into the mutter issued 11 report ! which Ins tilled iii iny members nf I'.wlui ment mid many of the public with dismay. We are told tint good hind Imh been bought at too high a price, that so much poor land lias been purchased th.it the would-be settler h.ts left thou^mds of acre* of it on the broad backs of tha't-ixpHyers j that many...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 February 1914

'TWO DOSES A COMl'f/lCTIv CDl: K "I am subject, to bowel troubles which cause nam ami inconvenience," writes Mr. Alfred \\ ane,-18o Auburn Knar], Au burn, \ ictoria, "but have nhvavs found 8 i,° Gliamljcrluin'H Colic and Dianli^oit Remedy to effect a complete cure. I am pleased to "know that there «rtai., remedy ammlicrliiin.'fi' Colic ' and Dianl.oM flnuf'ii kepP 4 ti0,,lehandy." wood andAIyti»!"S Sl°rp^^

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 February 1914

OBITUARY. Tlie friends nf Mr Oeoi^o Maitin, for in my ye,irs a icside.nt of Inylewood, and latterly ol' Kaylehaivl;, will icf!iel lo leanil of Ins death, which fools pi ice in the Beti ii'^n nns|-.ii-ii on Wednesday. The deceased yentleman had been ailini; f<some cull sidenible time. inlletiiio fnini nil inli'iiml c>>ni]il'tilil. Hi' was a native of Newcastle oti-Tyne, Midland, ha\ in;: been horn in IS-Ki. Ho had been i c.dunist fipfaliiint f>!) yens, the^ieater poi tion of this time liuini! spent between Tii;jto\v<ii>(.I and California Cully, following the occupation of a miner. Ile tool; a luen interest in local spotting events, and was chiefly responsible for the. '■biin^in^-mit." of A. McKean and other district p'jdestl inns 01" kvser ability. At. Kaglehawl; he was well known in sporting circles us a Iniiier of athletes, principally aniuiiL'st ineiiibei.s of the. Hanlehawli h'out Inll Club and liie brigade, but of l itter yeavs he was employed b...

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A Judge on Forgery. "CALCULATING CRIME." Maryborough, February 16. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 February 1914

A Judge on Forgery. "( A [,CUr,ATINO ClU.Mlv" j M»ryti(iri)U«li, Fe'inruy Ki. At tlio iM.iiyli.in.ugh .General Sessions to-day Judge Wiimecke found difficulty in deciding whether ii prisoner convicted of foigery :md uttering .-liould lie treated as a lirst offender. Tlie case w.ij- una in which' William Gustavo Gfrilhths, lute of Hon Mill, was charged with having foiged, 111 July last, the name of Hobcrt IWndall to throe promissory notes, one of £!M0 and two of £100, and with having uttered the: same. Accused pleaded guilty. .\lr 3i. 1". G. Jolley, of Maryborough, appBirud for the Crown ; Mi 0. \V. .Moinssey, of Mulhomne, for the defence, uul Mr J. T. keat-.e, of Uendigo, to watch nmtteis arising out of accused's insolvency. After evidence as to the previous good character borne liy accused at Lascelles and Dunolly had Keen given;' Mr Murrissey asked the bench to deal with the prisoner •is a first ollender, aud iclaase him on sure tied. Randall, whose uame was forged, had been a par...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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RHEOLA. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 February 1914

I P^EOLA. (Fiom i ut 0Mrospimdont.) A very enj< yftble social in tho shape of cuchru pai ty i n t dame * t lioKl under the auspices of ihe loctl crbkeb c'ul) in McIMunsnn's Halt on KiidifV evening lust. Despite I lie warm weather ihe event. was wed! attende:!. Kuchre skirted at 8 iiO and continued till 11 p.m., when Miss J ■ was pronounced thu winner of the ladies' section and Alp Ted Webb the successful gentleman. Dancing wh> then started and carried on vigorously till tnoininii, Rood music bein^ supplied by Mr and Mrs Webb (piano), and Mr lleenan (violin?) The duties of M.O. were, capably carried out by the veteran, Mr J. Ambioso, with Mr »T. Kelly as assistant. '1 he funds of the cricket club will l)e strengthened to the extent of nboui. by the leathering.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Serpentine Hospital Fete. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 February 1914

Serpentine Hospital Fete. A Helliittonded meeting oftliccninmittec of I hi! Serpentine hospital feto was held on Wednesday even ins;. when linal nrrunce nieiits for the sports, to b,. held on NVed |nesdi-y next, were made. >> iiiiicrniis I promises of support. Imve lieen veeeived, mid thiMo is every indication llmt. tlie innetinu will lie n rccoul success. Tlie various ravin;; events are ;itlraetiny goed attention, and fioin ill points nf view tlitt sports should 1m ivell worthy of pn.lrunnge. For the conceit to tie held in the evening •in excellent, pioyr mime lms heen arranged, the whole of the performers mining from liewlign, the renowned musical centre. The following artists lmvu heen ensured :— MrG. Rrnlin, Mr H. S. JJ-tikell, Mr.I. H. Walker, Miss Mary Huntley, Miss W. Bradbury and Miss S. Walker. All of these hear high reputiitions mid me favor ably known [in tho distiict, consequently an enjoyable evening can be anticipated. A ball will follow the concert, at, which go...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 February 1914

PUBLIC NOTICES. pajajjo J9A3 amHA XS38 pue sajnBjj uic[d in spoog jm _ "■> . ■ •> *Sum.s xinJ aT SI ^ htvs Emms sfaaiaoj! , • • . = ■ ■ ■-, ' V' r < ■ NOSVaS 3HiL .JO XN3A3 3HJ. Special Show of New Sorinq Millinerv. Saturday,Nov. 1st While Thanking our Numerous Patrons for Favors we are always pleased tol welcome NEW ONES W. Meal Chamberlain's UTuT* lableb pnniMMUHidtoWUfll ACK H1NG, Chinese Doctor and Herbalist, Howard Place, BENDIGO, (Late of Maryborough) PRACTITIONER in Surgery nnd Medi cine, having passed examinations In Oaaton (China) as Chinese Doctor, and pTICtised in the Hospital at Sun Ning City or three sears, will Visit Inglewood GSI Thursday, March 5, and may be consulted at Donaldson's Pelican Hotel from 8.30 a.m. to 4 p.m. TESTIMONIALS: "Mr. Ack Hing, Chinese Herbalist, Maryborough; —I, the undersigned, have much pleasure in testifying to the great gooil derived from Mr. Ack Hing's treat ment. Three months ago I was struck with muscular paralysis, whic...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Martin Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 February 1914

The Martin Fund. Wo hive pi wish re in 4cli now lucking the foHnwiiV' onti ibutirtiis to the above fund:—I - 5 - f I Mr. Ridsjeivny . ... • •"> 0 I Sympathiser :r... 1 . 0 ' Previously acknowledged 12 '1 IS 0 Total 2 0 .

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BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 February 1914

BOXING. - ; Jnck.Jolmson luw written lathe National •Sporting Cluh to stuto tlmthe considers thu offer of JE'oQOO for )un> to lisihfc Sim Ling ford.tn'.London is ridiculous. The tone of _.J.jhn*onVi fatter h ill |iio(mh]y prevent liie possibility of-IiM foappear incti in Bnsfliind'.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 February 1914

- - SO KOS K8 11A lit TON IC. •'This preparation .is.-.unsurpassed as a hair food and dandruff prevent'.Hive. A little sprinkled on llie head night and morning, and gently massaged into the scalp, renders baldness impossible,. ■ Srt roeen Ilaii1 Tonic will absolutely grow hair and'prcvent it from falling out. It imparls u beaittiin! flossy slieen^.ind Uflngs ou't all the' natural " hi ijilitnesa uf tjje hair. '■ |'riip 3s ild per bottle. Ob-. tAinql)|c ill•> .t? i'-. t'fiHthi'.v'ii, fp|jle wood ' For Years He Worked in Wel Ground, Kidney 'Pains and cCcrrible [Backache. Clements Tonic Qyned This letter wr\!» written from Tnhlml Station. Viq Voith'4, N.S.W., 15 U. i^lr. Wise nu, the writer, strongly rpcnumeiu!^ all miners t<l tins medicine, bci?au»e it is aueh a powerful nerve ati-l lilv«i puriiicr that it counteract;} tits itl-erteet* ot nmlerfcrouml coniiucmcut ami had air upon the system. After reading thl* letter, fcet Clements Tunic uiul keep healthy CLEMENTS TONIC ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 February 1914

Stomach Troubles due to Acidity. j SO SAYS EMINENT SPECIALIST. So-called stomach troubles, such ns in dices' ion, wind, stomach-ache and inutility toietain food, instead nf indicating Unit tlio stomach is out of order, lire m nine cases out of ten simply evidence lb it fermenta tion is taking place in (he food contents o tlie stomach, CHiifitiij. the foirrutwn of, gas rind acids.. . Wmd-'distunds- the stomach, and causes limb full,oppressive, feeling sometimes known- as,heii'tburn, while the 'icid irritates and inflame? the delicate lining of tho stomach. Tlio stomach, how ever, is not nt fault. -The trouble lies en tirely in the fermenting food. Such fer mentation is nmiaturil, hut nuv involve the most serious consequences iMiotpio vented. To prevent or stop fei mentation of the fooa contents of the stoni.ieli and to neutralise the aeid, and render it lil.ind and harmless, half a teaspoonful of bisunited magnesia, piobublv the. host and most effective antacid known, should he taken...

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SPORTING. TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 February 1914

SPORTINU. * TE.NSTS. To-nv>i row's mitches, which aro the list of tlie nssonmtion contests are as folloiv :— Serpentine v. Iii«li>wmd 13, Inglewnud C v. Itigleivood A. Te.mis Inglatvoficl li, Messrs Liimont, G. Sntherlimd, .'futahell *» 1 Taysom. A,vtu lie seleoted fiom lJ.ddmis, Coutts, Biimbroolc, IJrockleb'ink, I'oyie, Mcl'lierson. '

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East Loddon Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 February 1914

East Loddon Shire Council. monthly meeting. 'Clio monthly meeting was held at the ghit'0 H"ll. Serpentine, on Wednesday |'ie.«entr-H>sse»-fc (president). 'IV.nkin, j[.,|inncy. 0'iiey nod Coulter. OORUKSt'O.VIlRVCK. 1. From Treisur.y, nitli ol-vint f,.r ciulo.v m till. Xo.r»''.— Received. o From 1'uMiu Works lX-)>utim<nl, witli cl iim f"i £75 2.-;, Iml-iiice of unused r.wd ruiilf.- Received. ;! From 1.1 w Deoiirtinent, th.it the ,lp|ilicili',,i ik c-ireJoo lisa of lite ivil) ho eonsitlc'tcfl uhnn fiwli le.s-isWtioii is inlnuliiced.-liecoivi.'il. From Public Works Dop.irtuient, with l>treU«l of width of tyres piori.siuu.*, which will coino into operation on August J.— Received. 5. Front Hon T. I/iiiydon, nn in linden imUr-Durlm'ii Ox [>iil<rny, and stdtinff ho thought it doubtful that the lino ivould he reported on by the luilwtiy olliciuls before ■ i." un«si'nn closed.—Received. it. From same, on Wheat Commission raport.—A lenathy. discussion took pi...

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State School Matters. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 February 1914

State School (Matters. At.the end of tho;. present month the whole <>f the sents on (ho locil Stita school committee will become.vacant ■ liy ofliimon of (imp, and steps will lit- taken to omivenn a meeting of parents In -fill the vacancies. All of the. ldiiing '.gentlemen nie, \vi understand, Willino toseek ,re-elect ion, and in this cii-u it is no|.:-pi nbnbli! Llmt any opposition will lie forthcoming. At the tune of the lntrr.ductioirof the comimtlees by the-Education Department; and the abolishing of the old Board of Advice sys. tern, the change was'sulijt'.cted to much cnticism. The-result, however, pioved decidedly heneliciil, as committeemen were brought into closer touch with school mut ters', and greater interest generally in the edncitional welfare f»f the children iva-s •timulated. All through the State, schools have.benefited by.the change, and the local seminary by no means less than others; T|}e record of tjje --Jnglewood • State school committee is worth...

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