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

— AMUSEMENT*. SERPENTINE He^PiTTtL FETE. Sois'e and Foot T!:ico» (luin'^iatored). Wednesday, February 25lli, In Mys'srg-Coutfa IVroF.' PmMocI;. In aid of IngJeivood « Jicmlieo Hospitals. PltOGUAMMH. Trial Tlnndicnp, nf £3 10s. 1st, £3 2nd, 10«. For horses I hut have never won more than £H in a prize. Five furlongs. Norn. 3a.r- • Maiden Trot, oi £-1. 1st, £3 10s; 2nd, 10f. Weight. list; Hti.indi1 n.u.,!'et.; one mile and a half. Num. -i.s. Sheffield Handicap, of £'3 lUa. First, an open order value £3; second, an open order value 10s Twelve months' }>cr formances, to he in hands oi fees, not later than 12.30 day of sports. Norn. 3s. Six competitors or no event. JCImswood Handicap, of i'8 Ss (the gift of trustees Elmswood Kstate). 1st, £7 7s; 2nd, £1 Is. .Seven furlongs. Kn tranee 8s. Boys' Race, of 17s 0d. It years and under. lat, 10s; 2nd, "is; 3rd, 2s (id. Entry Gd. • Novelty Tony K.nee, of i'4. lft, £:;10.j;j 2nd, 10s. llalf-a-inile. Kov ponies I t hands a.u. Twelve yards siart ...

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

Advertise Your District ! TO AIX WHOM IT MAY COKCF.RN. ]l you wish your district to gain prom inence, do 1101 kc"';": t'le knowledge'of local happenings to yourself. If you wish events in which you t>re interested to bo mode public, just. oiop a line to "The Advertiser" oilice in time to allow of armngemenIs being made for a reporter to attend, or, tailing that, try your own hand at reporting. Don't bother to any oreat extent abotil the composition of articles", just write fully and clearly—the editor will do the rest. Weddings, deaths, accidents, concerts, sports, social gatherings and personal paragraphs arc all of interest to your neighbors, and by drawing public . atten tion to your district yon are doing a good work. XJiat there is reason for this reminder Is »ot our fault- We have, unfortunately, (io miraculous power of knowing what is happening in all the area served by. this journal, but are desirous, wi'th 'your" co operation, of lessening our limitations. Write the name...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Inglewood Advertiser, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 February 1914

mum rnrnrmmmm^mi —■ , &|jt pglefcooir &b&triiser, j FIUDAY, KKRRUAKY 20, 1914. At llie WfiUli-rlmrn puliea Court nn Monduy, lioforc Air Ponnefrtther, P.M., •> iliagtr nimuil Tlioinis Peters ivus lined (10s rtitii 8 s costs, for lowing n lire in the fonist iuv.i- Koroiv> V:ilc! last ,1 inmry, \vlierel>y 'i I.-irj^o ;m.M of forest country, known ns the Gulf Hills, was liurnt.. Joseph Ohishiilni, a fanner, "f liorriivil, w.-ih lined £2, to «eth«r u-ii.il H. oiisis and 21s damages, foi cutting 21 saplings in '.lie forest;iritlinittr lesvve. At the O.ilbinabbin stuck s ile lust week a block occurred among a mob of sheep that had been y.uded, ;ind at the word of com mind, a dog belonging to Mr A. B. Kemp, of Healhcote, ran along the backs of tlio sheep, ami, when told to <lo so, dropped into tiio midst of thorn, deftly scattering the animals and relieving: the block. Seve ral times tlio clever dog did this, to the id miration of the stockmen pre...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Church Notices. ANGLICAN. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22nd. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 February 1914

Church Notices. ANGLICAN". .SUNDAY, KKI1UI'AUY 22ml. lnsjluwnnil— S ii.m., 11.0. 11 a.m., Mai tins. 7 p.m., Kvpiisonj:. Km 1 i ii n— ^ p.m., Kveiisnjig BtMjtPwalor— 15 p.m., H.C. All si'ivicii by Ihu Vicar. Korong Vale — 11 a.ra., Mattina. 7.S0 p.m., Kvengontr. Powlctt— ' 3 p.m., Evensong. All Berviccs by Mr. U. Farrant.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Murphy's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 24 February 1914

Murphy's Creek. A vety pretty social was liolil at Victoria F#iin' nn the evening of tlio JStli- ins-t.'to say fine well to Miss Steele. .It is .1 shoil time since that young lady, ciimi!; to • reside 1111 thsCioefc, I)«t duim«* her blunt resi dence she lias by her courtesy,- kindness, mid goiid fellowship, made hosts of. friends.; .So, iir prospect of her depaiture, tlia mem Uus of the Tennis CI11I1 decided to hold a jficiid in her honour. The evening pas-std «.fi' veiy pleasantly with son;:# and gainer,' .1111I on thtii conclusion Mr. .lames Oxlry, J.P., >vas called on to make 11 few lemuks. Mr. <Jxli-y said that lie.had hoped the president of the cluli .vould he present. In fullil that duly. However, he was quite willing to do the best lie could. The speiikei retained to the many good qualities uf Miss Steele, and he was sure tli.it. in ;|ie.iking warmly of llio.-t! he voiced the | feelings of the tennis club. And tliruuy.li the departure of Miss Steele the club wou...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Martin Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 24 February 1914

Tbe Martin Fund. We lmvc pleisuic in uckiiovvludKin^ tlio following contributions to the nbovehind:— Previously acknowledged ... 1-5 - 0 iv. L). Vanston W. Hill ... C. IsiAC ... John Curmck 1 £J!M!'» 0

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POSEIDON ALLUVIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 24 February 1914

I'OSKIDUN "ALLUVIA!. «ir'1-^ Y'sick,, miinn<!t.T-of t|)u j!osei(]ii|| AIiuvmI, Ims (lone t|K;clivo wink jn cutting tl'o. lend >ivill) h IiiiiiicIi i)niJecJeii'l liild noting.up iitii»ut. f)l)ro uImu'o tlm tvnsht »iwuy, u ^ihhI 1|iiw of u'Hter tint umMh ul lh)> Jt in ctfppcfwl , th.it ,inA u >hoi t pni ioil Uiu o •mpnny irill Imvo »i guod :ui>a of wash nniiy for (hp mtdaloi.s.. . The (huiiume <<r ih« whUM' will enable blocliini; npL*uu|un> l.» In* duiio til u gii*atly 1 educed coM,. us ■•one hulf ihu iv» paiiiny will.-wiih ami (lib wrush ^pourlMy cxlrncUi]. F Km' \ cii'.i"Ui.'iuMe tiun) ]i.'i-L Mr N. Davey, of iMiiiyl.nrntiJi, li is I ei-n ?«<• ir.-tiinii In croitu >> riiviynl in i| i >i 1st milling i:i ilrit (Vntiiut, and 1ms >■•> Iu sura-uiK'il «< !•> per.-'iiivilu A jmty uf Mellui'iriiu -iiul liutl.il it investing to purcliist! tin-CY'Ulinl Kxivl-t'ti' Reef, n(, Honiiiliusli, fiiiiii Mcfsis iVi...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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MINING. MINING AT BEALIBA. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 24 February 1914

.mining! • •MIXING AT MKALIBA. ■ f-1 J".:Allutill is. pus-liiiig wlietd I '"JJ.KUy. rt'ilji the iniiin noi th ,md smitli reef inn'US'■ ^'ll! l'l'ivu Clllit i< out l«0ftY with: '1ft.of *trorii{ wiWh, CHiryinjj good vulut's in facts. Tliu liming l» fl*te h-|M»iov«d the eistern. Iiiink, ((» l»e aln»ut o JOft fl OUI till! IM lin >h |{»H IUJ£ M IIOW hfciny done lo prrn'o llie lt'iul to the iveit. It us uls) intended Lo^mio'to t!ib h< ilh and south. ' o

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 24 February 1914

PERSONAL. I. U with ro»ret that wo report the ill ' ff M N?G. Leipll, who is BUtlering rfni ivnhoid fevor. At Friday evening's •tinnof the Borough Conned tile Mnyoi '^ aJa to Cr.'I^h the sympathy of Ln.iril in tho illnnss of his son, anil t«t it iviw the wish of all that a spe-dy wm.ldresi.lt. Cr. U-i»h ,eLiriu:.i link's f.n' Iho expulsion. l.',i.l.iy hid- »t Kt. M'llthow's Chut „ it h, Kov. C. A. (J.mit. Rural Du-m, i ,.|C(1 lh'! Kov. l'\. K. liCn-in to till! "?d '."fills dwtiict of Uoort. Although f ,0 .vein;: >V'IS \tfry hot » fair vis invsenl. Mr. Jjimviii Ims lieen I'lmn'tenons of the palish of Bulbil for „„0t twelve months during the uli.sencej nlie view' in England. He was trained "! St Aiii'iu's College, Nallarat, and hold,! i]ii> dugreo of IIiIj. I U'c are pleased to rupoit that Mr A. I], (look, tvJiose illness from sunstroke wits reported in a picvions issue, is pmgressi»<{ f.i/ombly towards recovery. Me is now onjoying a lost lit Albert Park, Melbourne, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 24 February 1914

AMUSEMENT*. SERPENTINE HOSPITAL FETE. Horse and Foot Kacoa (unregistered). Wednesday, February 25tb, 1914. '> In Messrs Coutts Bros.' PadiloVk. In aid of Tnglewood ct Bentligo Hospitals. PROGRAMME. Trial Handicap, of i'3 10s. 1st, .Co 2nd, 10s. For horses that, have never won more, than £5 in a prize. Five furlongs. Nom, 3b.' Maiden Trot, of £1. 1st, £3 10s; 2nd, 10s. Weight list; 14 hands n.n.,tfst.; one mile and a half. Nom. 4s. ' I .Sheffield Handicap, of £3 10s. Just, an open order value £3; second, an open order value 10s. Twelve months' per-' formances, to be in hands of sees, not later than 12.30 day of sports. Nom. :!s. Six competitor!: or no event. Kbnswood Handicap, of i'8 8s (the gift of trustees Elmswood Estate). 1st, £7 7»; 2nd, £1 Is. Seven furlongs. En trance 8s. Boys' Kace, of 17a Oil. 14 years and under. 1st, 10s; 2nd, 5s; 3rd, 2s fid. Entry (id. Novelty Pony Race, of £4. 1st, £3 10j; 2ud, 10s. Half-a-mile. For poniqs 14 hands a.a. Twelve yards start for. every i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 24 February 1914

PUBLIC NOTIUM. pajajjo J9A3 anm XS38 P«B sajnBij uiBjd ui spoo9 IIH "STITikS XltlJ KT 81 a t:vs aawMiis s<aaiao<i Nosvas 3HX >30 XNRA3 3HX Special Show of New Sorinq Milllnerv. Saturday,Nov. 1st While Thanking our Numerous Patrons for Favors we are always pleased toS welcome NEW ONES WNeal CtanbtrUin's UTSS- <«M«b ^^BHBSB#esgB5BRBaB*BC5ge85 ACK HING, Chinese Doctor1 and Herbalist, Howard Place, BENDIGO, (Late of Maryborough)* PRACTITIONER In Surgery and Medi cine, having passed examinational!! Okoton (China) as Chinese Doctor, and ptMtteed in the Hospital at Sim Ning City or three 5 ears, will Visit Inglewood OH Thursday, March 5, and may be consulted at Donaldson'* Pelican Hotel from 8.90 a.m. to 4 p.m. TESTIMONIALS: "Mr. Ack Hing, Chinese Herbalist, Alary borough.— I, the nnderaigned, have much pleasure in testifying to the great good derived from Mr. Ack Hing'e treat-! ment, Three months ago I waa (track with muscular paralysis, which has now l...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RHEOLA. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 24 February 1914

RHEOLA. (nto.M mm coiutKSro.vnic.vi'.', . IJio aniiii il II u i'L'r«t.Tfrinksniviti" <ervioe held in *Sr. tltilmV Church on ijundiy -The cuitrch li.'id hi-en tislefully deooiatod fur Ihe occasion with fiavvet*^ i [grecnfiy. nf all kinds,; whilo pi act ie-illy icveiy yioduct.itf the m>M was in evidence, i The disphy i;.udu reflected very crcdituWy on the. niemlicrs responsible for its prepara* tion.Thesei vice wat* conducted hy tho Hev. ^J. Macqueen, win* delivered an im • pressi-.i? and uppiopiiate sermon to a laiee. congregai ion.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 24 February 1914

OBITUARY. The fuueril uf lite lain Mr Bisnjtin ill Huyw.nd tool; plairo on Tuesday to Y:u layno Ceinelciy, loivin" his lute rcsicleiictv LHnyOt». at LI a.m. Jt ivas atten'lcd liy u tai<*a nmnlici of syni|nlhUui« friend*. The c.illin-nimiers »rei e Messrs J.1'cul, (J. I*1!-r;lieel,..0. lingers and .J; Rogers. Tlu»' Rev. A. 'iV.fitekinari road the liuiul set vice^ Messrs Fizello and V ulqueencarried;■ out Lhu funenil Hiiaiijttinriil'-. Mi Gearae;Jenkins, an <>ld -resilient of Charlton, diod in b'lMay, - ajjed 80. yeais,1 from' Sdnilt; decay accelerated liy the exces sive heat. "The deceased nentl> man win a unlive of liristul, Enyl'iml,. and ailived in Litis State at the a^c uf 'J years. lie \^a oiigiyed iu tlie butchering business in Gue Idii'j: f'ir $nmo years, but for the last .'10 years lie had resided in Charlton, »vlioro he was eiiumedon shire contracts.'' Mr Jeti 1cins . was welMuioivn and - respected tininiuh'int tin- Olmillon diftin-t. ■ Mm M, Gnlu...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 24 February 1914

AND REFRESHING PUBLIC NOTICES. Serpentine Hospital Fete, : rUBI.IC NOTICE. npHF. Business K8l:il)l:slnncnls of fnyle 1. wood will Close at 12 o'clock noon on AVKDNE.SDAY, 25lli inst., on the occasion of the above fete. Public Notice. HA. VI NCI purchased Mr J. I'". Kittson's _ i share of ti.c UNDERTAKING BUSINESS until recently carried on under the style of Kittson and Wilstnorc, I am prepared to carry, out all work at shortest possible notice. Funerals conducted at any cemetery> Polished Oak, Kauri, Pine and other Caskets ahvavs on linml, . .= ' WILSMOKE, Phone No. 10. Brooke Strcot. Branches nt.Tarnafjulla and ICcranj.'. MUNIC >L' NOTfrr*:;, Bovouic nf Ieg« to-'i NOTTCE i.-i uiTohy a;v< .t ?hat it ia-ilio inti.ir.i'-r. r.S tin.. Council of lhe Itorouch uf Fnylewood, to proceod nl-s# o'clock p.nn t.n Friday.March (1th, 1014, to strike ft Kute ot ONE SIHLLlNG'iuul SIXPKXUH ill— the I'OUNI),':»ron the Rateable Properly wllhin thg Borough (or the yeareudiii'^ HOUi Sep...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Approaching Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 24 February 1914

Approaching Sales. . i 21. — \\'jclie[iroof .stock siilLw. .'I'liouias Moiroiv mid On.-, luictiiiiiCL'vs. ■' Fell.- 2o?^-UhiirUvn emuk sale.—'I'lioiiiiis :: Morio»v and 1., mnoliotioi'i - ; l-Vli,. l'u.— Quainluilouk : .■ slock■■ salt.'.-^ •.- TlioiimsiMorrow and Co , aiiuliomx-is." ' K ilu;oMniid and im|iluMiicnls at vMy>i^, .incstiile .ofilt'iliuiX.Ostmni.— : Kill', IindiGtl;,'. nHCliwiCCr.-t Jul) 27 — Ildi'iL t-lock filo. Jli(imi« Alurioiv "mid Co., Jiuclionoui Sj hi ch liiiji'iii >.• sloek •^«ikv—Tli|inii«i-. - Mm vow iirnl Co., luetumeoi*. , | lyNlaich'iVr-^lugluwoo^iilocUwile.-rrTliiHKnr. 5 .Mm row and On., '.•liclinnccis. ' I : March 5:—Sain < (if v. (20 acies land. in ' p'liis!i■ of Silislniry, in estato. of K I Wylii-, .deceased, > hi. lnylewoml sale yards.— Tllom.is Morrow »»tl Co. and McKoin,■ •XJcUrcyor and Co., auction eers in conjiincti'Jii. | March 10.—Iinporlunt IhikI salu at-' WychepjL'oof nf 1141 acres freehold, with homestead, out-buildings and...

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CRICKET. ARNOLD v. LLANELLY. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 24 February 1914

CRICKET. ARNOLD v. LLANELLV. • Tile two day' mite'.) between Arnold «nd Llunelly was (writi'S our con cspnudenl) concluded on Saturday. wlien Arnold won ea»ily by an intiinns aud 15 inns. Llan elly h!id tlvir ohunpion, I'lu.ford, and quite a cr»>vd of followers with them, all expecting; to wn the tide, which had uooe ayaiiisfc.thein the previous Saturday, turned in their favor, hut Arnold maintained their advantage. J. liiownliill whs in tinxforiii, senrina 24 not, out and taking 7 uickets fin 35. W. Weir was -it his top In-hind the wickets, and his dexterity in this depart menfc kept.Lhe opposing batsmen very ill at ease. ' II. Stark and T. Dear each took surprising cliches, while the team on the whole fielded splendidly. On the first day Llanelly were all oat for '10, whilst Arnold had 4 wickets down for SO. Arnold's inn ings on Situulay terimmtod at 121, while j Lhnelly in ide lit runs* in their second innings.;—1 ■ . * " A ItNOLI): • - •' • • J. Ijearmonth, c A. Green, b G. C...

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Handling Wheat in Bulk. DISCUSSED BY EAST LODDON SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 24 February 1914

Handling Wheat in Bulk. DISCUSSED P.Y EAST L> 11 >1)0 N ' .SMIRK COUNCIU , : ; .At .Wednesday's dutu'ii" of the Katl Ludilon Khiie (.'uuiicil copies of tliu Wheat Commission's report were icoeived from tliu■ I Ion. T. Linadnn ar.d disoiiFKed. ■. Asked to jjive his opiuh.n on the matter the president, stated that liku all new things, the sy.-tetn wns confronted with a lot of obstacle.- which would have to be cleared awty, .hut lie. thought.' tint once started ib'.would lie aliiybt: Cr. Mahuncy could not see lin.v the 011H; transpoi t oi)iild lio s itisfictory in eoiinliy dis;ricts. liven if they hud an elevator at i oveiy station, one machine 'would not lie alilo fi> an/iu null the wheat brought in'eacb day." Willi tho present system they could "stack the liHjs^mtil tmoks .wure available, but- would hum no place to store the wheat" in bulk; A*, far as the American conditions mentioned: ;by< the report ivere cuicvi ned, at that: place, the farmois carted .wheat' ti...

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SPORTING TENNIS. INGLEWOOD DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 24 February 1914

5FORTINU TKiNNLS. INOW'-VOOD DISTRICT ASSOOfA- 3 TION. v-jjocUtib'ri tn itches Iihvo now rcuched a ni.'-t; i«)tciL-srinir slngo an n-coiipefjuonce nf I!i.j^Jt'^ulfc}«»f y.iturday'd matches. Both the,lotiilint; ti» ims, Jnylewood A and Ser {><'ntin'c.v-won their fixtures^* unci h play-ofV for penmnb honorn between tho two will ho ncct^smy.

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State School Cookery Room. FORMAL OPENING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 24 February 1914

State School Cookery Rccm. FORMAT, Ol'KNINO. Although for some months culii iit v in struction Ims lieon iinpirli'd m tlie Sine school, tin; finmal openini; nl' 1111■ I'n.iki'iy rooms did not Inke pUoii till l'\i l-.y -li.f-r. On lliis day invitu1 ims r.-mi i-.-ai-il i-i lioroughcnuiicilloisar.d iIh-m-Im n cinnuiit'i« to attend iiml partake of m dinner p'epirtd liy the pupils. »nil lliu im itui.ii «.-,s availed of liy a good pripoition of null body. Miss Hurgiss, inMiuctrefK, uusidcd over the class, and tin; nnal was .-lived in H ni.inner w hich reflected thi-gioitest credit upon her management. unil supervision. On behalf of Miss lim-ness a1'iiiinl welconid was extended to the guests by .Mr .Smith, head master. Tlu u p i t proved a most enjoyalili: one, tin; vaiious courses having been excellently piepued. Tim require ; inents of all iveio promptly al tended to liy ! an cllicicnt stall' of ">vaiti esses," and the i whole function passed oil' in a in-inner I'which won the heaity ...

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Thistle Act. KORONG SHIRE COUNCIL OPPOSES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 24 February 1914

Thistle Act. kOKON'G SHIRR' COUNCIL OPPOSES. At tin; Inst'meeting of the. Kn.'oim Shire Council n letter was read from lliu' Muni cipal Association of Victoria with reference to Uie liill In further amend the Thistle Act, which li is been pissed liy tin! liejjH lative Council, and discussed by tlie Assembly. The letter contained the. fol linvirii* statements with regard to the bill: — "Clauses I to .H contain desirable pto visions fm which municipalities have often aslted, and the adoption of which the ns snciition has' been ui^inir for .-cveral yeais. "Clause !• pinpo-fi to empower the Uovernui' in Cmim-il to proclaim any dis trict in which minimis, weeds are glowing as 'infested area,1 and to formulate a scheme for checking and ultimately eiadieiting such weeds. In tlmse aluis the enforce ment of the act by the council will In: com-1 pulsory. In default of action, the Minister j may appoint a poison who will have all the powers under tlio Thistle Act of a muni cipal ollicer, and w...

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