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

CHMOERlm ™j» UBHIS

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 24 February 1914

This Formula Really Makes Hair Grow. B«nie tjijip :igii 1 roaiLiii a piper ;l, f"1" inula fovfiiopututioii wHi<:H n*.is cUutieu» Hulestmy the iliwlrutt' »(srn» un.*.l U> ly >tiiuu):ito (In* hair m ow 111." Tn spite ofl tliu fact thut I Hud uhendy tried miiiiy I *UH«>ut t>cmT»U mid wy *** ttiiif-.-iitu) filling t-t 111 1 "■J1-' cOcil to 5jyk. the fuYMulti ;v tml. Aeemd ni-ly l;u«t my i-HuiuUt to (jul-'iij) " oyrtecs ^ 1 nunct* of i/tvi'ti-i de Coin uifd i drum of Menthol Crystals »ind i.M'Hwi it v^nulurly every morning "J"'' fl'iiUt, vuHHin^ c:ii t'fu)ly into the scOp tin* tiiiif(,'|f tips. ' Much to toy delight 'iuu j AsU>utshin^iiL tho intnlcr vli!o iva^e'' | *i*h tlu'Vust. ip[>lk:uitin, (lie damlrutl th--| 'M'l'o.iu ih the fulling out of l He Inir *toppvd t'jinpl^tv^y, anil Ky the time I hud uned fouv U.ulo.s 1 )lU(| ;v iino,\ loimer, uudmoic luxuuAnt;uvinyth of huh thun I ever Hnd »tffnu\ i | jluve sjnco cnooiiimunclud this* \0 of my ftieiifls wit...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INGLE WOOD A v. 1NGLEWOOD C. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 24 February 1914

INGLE WOOD A v. 1NGLEWOOD C. j he lusult of tho above match was an easy win for the Athree out of tlie four rubbers-played falling to theirciedit. The C team was without the serviced of Kitt son. Scores :— Diddams unci Coutts bo\t D.irnvin and Wright, G—2, G—4. Bambrbok ami Broc!<lob.uil; beat Biiley and Parker, (i—2, 0 — 1. Diddams and Coutts beat' Bailey and Parker, G —0, U—]. Bambiook nnd lUocklelnnk lost to Di! ravin and Wright, 5—II. (i— ft, (i. TotalsA., 3 rubbers 7 sets 'til > C.,'1 rubber 3 sets 27 panics.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Inglewood Advertiser, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 24 February 1914

.TUESDAY, FJiBHUAtiV'2-t, l!)U. The public :iic aijain lotiiinded "f tIns an iiiril Sci'pcMine l''ete (in aid nl iheUendijjo mill In'.'lewiM'd- hospital*) which will lie held ill Messrs. Cmilts lilts.' p iddocl; Id r.ioini.v. Tin.' event, is heini! looked fol vnd In 1 y llif rodents thiouizhout al n^e aiea, and U is conlideiit'y unticipited that (is 'i icsult of tin- 1-irj.o amount uf interest shown a recnid lin tnci dly and nthir.\;«e will lie c.-tal>!i.-h,.'d. All niT.in»cmcnt.-» for llic'cnjnyiiU'iiL ui;d cimfuil, of the public Hindi! iiy the cnniiiiittccs have heeii com pleted. Fi'i the conceit, in the evening a liist class programme by l'endian peifoii'.i Bis has hern secured, and following the conceit a lull will lie held, ti I' which u.usic will bo provided hv Mi. Bi uhn'.s (liendiy; orchestra. The seciytniy of the Insleivnorl Ilcspi tal (Mr. Samuel De.eble), «cluto" li'duos with thanks the receipt of the folloniiij:— £1 from W. D. Yanston, S Oisburv Wes'. : L(i 10s lOd fi...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 24 February 1914

Advertise Your District! TO ALL WHOM Tt MAY CONCERN. :\l you wish yotir district to gain prom inence. do not kow:' the knowledge of local bflJipeningR to yourself. ]f you wish events in which you are interested to be made public, just aiop a line to "The Advertiser" office in time to allow of arrangements being mndc for « reporter to attend, or, failing that, try your own I hand at reporting. Don't bother to any great extent about the composition of articles; just write fully and clearly—the editor will do the rest. Weddings, deaths, accidents, concerts, •ports, social gatherings and personal piwrrapha are all of interest to your neighbors, and by drawing public atten tion to your dietrict you are doing a good »erk. That there is reason for this reminder It not our fault. We have, unfortunately, I po miraculous power of knowing what is hapjiening in all the area served by tliip journal, but are desirous, with your co operation, o! lessening our limitations. Write the names of person...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 24 February 1914

The Markets. .Messrs; Spo.iccivV»ins'iMidCo. report:—. Wc conducted inn1 monthly stuck-sale a Morecroft's yards Wedderburn, on Wed nesday last, when, despite the seventy of I lie H eather, over 200 sheep came forward The quality and lireedin.; in almost every c isc was of a high standard, and comprised mostly ewes in lainh,-.■■with a Tew pei s of weanors and wethers. The attendanco was very fair, and included both local and cut side liuyers, who were keen on huyiii^ classy lines. Bidding throughout the day was jiood, and, with a voiy odd except inn, a clearance was effected4 tooth crossbred owes, 18s 0:1 ; fat 2-tooths, 17s ; 2 tooth c.imebaclc .ewes, 15s 9J ; (i aud -8 tooth comeback and crossbred ewes, showing .veil in limb, l(is 4d ; (! and 8-tooth merino dr., Its; 4-tuulli merino wethers, I'M -Id ; weiners, comubiek, only fair sine. 10s 10J; sm ill ■ yuu»« weaners, low condition, 8s fi.l

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 24 February 1914

Borough Council. This futtnightly meeting wss hold onj FriiUy evening. PiesentCrs. AtismtJ (Mnym), Wolls, Dunuld^on, Leigh, Hiuij unci limit'. _ P ronBKaro.vnr.scE. p Prom -Jin. TO. M. Humphiey, Mrsj liimiLm, Airs U. Joiiessn'l Mrs (J. Curilnn, • Tii<:U;\vmm1, nil applying fur Uio lesiiMtx ilion jj of their pri'.nii-ais as p>iv.i!e >i'-= lleiiUh iiflicPi'l" in-iprrr, awl ri'pnii. Kumi ..( II. u.iilt'.ii. >-l.ilii>'J thilf. tiiivn was lil !:y 'ja-. ami lliai I hi council had m> ;v.m vM'uilii! i\ i!h rhi' liahs ccii))|i.!!iy. — II"<: ■;v ■!. ' Pmiii !>:•. Will%iii«.i:>. II']! rlin.'f 'vn of il i| ill', ili't ill Sl'.liii-ill-^'.uvl 'ill'l "ill" >:l r.i'ini!ii'->! ivi-i .—UiviMvi-ii. I 1- 111111 |>|. Ik'liuill, I cp"l I lllu' 11 Ca-o I Iy|iltntil ■ vfi- in (;innl-stii'il. — IJoCi"'"'-'. j From i'. W. Cli imheis, dueli ic>l in-1 sped<■»■ of llu! I'nlilic W inl;s l>opar,im..|it,j liiirminu under notion the fulIoKini: de...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SERPENTINE v. INGLEWOOD B. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 24 February 1914

SERPENTINE v. INGLEWOOD.   Those teams met at Serpentine, the Itfiin 11 players easily demonstrating their superiority by winning three lubbers to one. .Serpentine were minus E. Owen, and played as an emergency G. Gladman, who acquitted himself remarkably well.   Tho H team was fully represented, j Scores: — i A. C. Glul in an and Smith (S.) lieat Tat-j chull and Taysom (H). f>—0, 0—2. I 0. Gladman and G. Glad mini (S ) heat. Lmnont and G. .Sutherland, (!—5, 1—0, C. Gludman and G. Gladman heat Tat chell and Taysom, 0—1, 0—1. A. C. Gladman and Smith lost to Turnout ind Sutherland, 2—0, ;5t-(>. 'l 'jtals :—Set pontine, li rubbers (1 sets 42 games; rnglewoml 1>, 1 rubber 3 seta-SO g UIK'S. The visiting players were hospitably entertained, and the afternoon proved en joyable, although'' a' strong wind which ciossed the court interfered to a consider able extent with the game.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used inconnection with these rates and regulations itt includes Popua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 February 1914

POSTAL RATES AND ftSfiULATfein J.V.P-1'9 -h(\ •t?™' "TH^'Cotmon. noultli ib usod inTjonnectifin with ttdir, " rat** .yid.regulntiojn.lt include* Lord Howe 8 folk ls^ j I<or every 4 ounce or fraoii<?n tWeof. • For delivery within the Coniitum, * , . Wraith ........... 'l j\ £Vr..*! jflforyViii-the British |Z«iKj" j. ' pire'"v. '.v ,v»'.; #'-'J Foj'fldn-'vy'in tho Noiv-Hebs-i^Ifc,' Tiaiiko,' aiid •Xvrroa" 't1 "'mW ',[.(§ "i ; •For delivery in other p)ace§''.., ,, # 'L LE'ITEtt'CARBft. . For deliyery within tho Conttn+n« Sin(jlo, ld'.'caoh; reply, Id. 4* For delivery' in tto British Kam list of places Md>r. 'Tattwi g-ltfj Id. each. ' For delivery in New ftebridw, and Torre* Islthfti.'"'jiiijUt. ' For delivery iu i4U*tf " ,2i<l. each. . ^ post cakm. . .• Single Postcards 'impreated mil Iks Id. stamp, and Reply Or dpuhl« Mrd* each half of which ha* the Id: '«Un.. impressed thereon, may be tranani^ied to places within the Commonwealth? »nd to those plac...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 February 1914

Special Show of New Sprinq Millinerv. Saturday, Nov. 1st While Thanking our j Numerous Patrons for Favors we are always pleased to| welcome NEW ONES W. Neal rhamberlain's wum MUIH it Ma mwi •paJdjjo J3A3 3[11KA XS3S PUB ssjnSfi uiBjd uj spoog im •Suxms xitij at si a TVS aaiHiis s.'aai.koa: •JMOSVaS 3HA iJO XNHAH 3HX A MELBOURNE TRAMWAY OFFICER writes this Letter. Mr. Charles Rock, of 42 Gladen-st., East Brunswick, who for 33 years has filled an important position in the Melbourne Tramway and. O.B. Company, writes this letter, which other officials can confirm, to This is a Document of special interest to all railway and tramway men. 42 Bladen Strcel. East Rrutmvu-U, 2/*i/-?» CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "It was the end of December, 1911, that I caught cold r w was laid up with pleurisy, which became very serious. The doctor thought it advisablo to consult with another physician regarding my Illness. For three days MY TEMPERATURE VMS 104 DEOiiEHS. MY LIFE WAS DESPAIRED OF, BUT IT WAS THROUCH...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Inglewood Advertiser, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 February 1914

}t injjlcfooofc &&&frtwcr, FRIDAY. KKP.RUAKY 27, 1014. Mr. Walter WuHi'ls, late assistant to" Archdeacon Alhnby, of H illar.it East, n il) begin his work is assistant. lo the Rev. 0. i A. Grant, in St. Auguslin;>'s Parish on Sunday next at, Korong Yale and Puwlctt1 Plains'. { A good housemaid and . waitress is wanted at tlie Royal Hotel, Inglewood. j Intending pupils of >Iis» Dorothy Pen fold, A.R.C.M., are requeHted to com-, municate with her at View Place, lien-j digo, at their earliest convenisnce. Harveit Festival services will be con-1 ducted at the Salvation Army barracks! on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday next. On Monday a sale of gifts will he held,' ami on Tuesday n programme will be da-1 liverid by the young people. Another remand was applied for in the Bendigo City Couiton Monday in the case wherein . 1 ulius Fritz Leypoldt, formerly a hamster and solicitor, practising in lien digo, is charged with the laiceny as a bailee of £300 belonging to Geo...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 February 1914

HOW-TO PREVENT ACID ■STOMACHS AND FOOD FERMENTATION. By a •Stomach Specialist. [ As a spet-iilist who has spent- in-iny ye«.rs I in the study and tieatinent. of stomach | troubles, [ imvo Iieen foiced to the con clusion that most people who complain of stomach 11 on lite pisses* stomachs that ttre (absolutely healthy anil normal. The real treuhle, that.which causes all the pun and i difficulty, is acid in the stomach, usually due to, or aggravated by, food frrnient.i Hon. Acid irritates thedelicate liiiing of the stomach and fond frrmeiilation causes wind, which distends tlie stomach abnor mally,- causing that, full lil-iated feelmy. Thus both acid and fermentation mterfeie i with and rcUinl thn process of digestion. The slonneh is usually healthy and normal, liut irritated almost - pist endurance by these.. foieinn elements—acid and wind. In all such cises—and t.liey commise over SO per cent of all ftonnch dignities—the Inst and only step necessary Is to unitialise the 1011 and-sto...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Serpentine Hospital Fete. A SUCCESSFUL, MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 February 1914

Serpentine Hospital Fete. A Sl'CCKSSI'UI, MKHTlNfi. -Viewed from entry iispecl, the iiimiiul( feto held ill Seipenlinu (in Wednesday ini uiil nf the Ii|i;lewood aud liiMt'diim liospiuls watt thoroughly successful. Thu wnitlierj dominions weru fnvoialilc and the attan cUlH'o was !u:iHi! iuleifered with to it ci'iisidiM.ililt-I'Xlenl l>y regivtlaMe district h -11>[)c11i11 which kept many away who would otlwiwise liuvo lieen present. The ground, kindlyplaced nt Uiu disposal of thu spoils coniim'.tee liy thu Messrs. Colitis Uios , was in excellent order, and uverylhini; passed oll'smoothly. A sinking feature of the'gathering; was tho spuit of prosperity and good cheer in evidence «eneiMlly, the resulUnl effect. l)oinj» that money was plonliful and timed into tho coffeis in leadiness. lousiness was hrisk everywhere, and tho consequent benefit to the charities should lio substantial. Visi tors were present in l»r«e niiinlicis fi»m Uendigo, Inglewnod, IJriit^owater, Powlett, Salisbur...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Roads and Bridges Grant. ALLOCATION OF VOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 February 1914

Roads and Bridges Grant. ALLOCATION OF VOTK. Tlic tllucalion of the I'uUhc Works Vote, ivhicli totils 1/24,050, was completed oh Wednesday. Tliey include the following Uiatits: — liet l!et. .Shire —Tow,uds maintenance of roads to railway station, IjJ0(), council to expend U00 aiditional. Cliailton Shire—Towaids meUllin;; main Mad leading to railway station, f/250, council to expend 1/250 additional. East I/odci.Tit Shiie —Towards main tenance of main roads, L100, council to expend L100 additional. Mnrniig Shire—Towards maintenance of main roads damaged l>y flood;', L12?', council to expend L125 additional. The amount this ' ° ir is lower thi.i: the vote last year, «' i wis L4fi,000. The reason [liven for t: vduction i: '.'.a Par liament has voted '.000,000 frr ":iistf»:c lion and maintcn • of road :<_v '• authority of thu Main Roads Board. Thi* is the last occasion on which a distribution of special giants for loads and bridge* will he made hy tho Public Departnwnt, is...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 February 1914

THE 'CONCERT..-■' ' i life concert held at the Sliire' M ill in i the evenini; there was a crowded '-itteiv dunce.-.-Mr W," Rissett occupied tlie'cii iir, and the whole of tlio item--, which were of i n>|>letsing niiliirtf, were well received. Tho . inlhiwing-.l'endijjo peifnrmns insisted : — . Messrs lj. II. Druhn, M'. S. I)>u Ice]I, J. K. . Walker, and llie Misses L.' Wnlki-i', M. . Bentley nnd \V. 1'iudliuiy. 1 The hull whs then cleared for clniiciiif;, nnd im enjny.'ible time was spent Id »o.-m} mii-ic provided t>y l'rnlin's oiclie>ti i.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
C. L. Forrest Estate. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 February 1914

C. L. Forrest Estate. The litigation over the will of the Ute r 0. L. Fniro.1t hue heen HHtiafuctnrily settled > Mr C. Ij. Forrest (lato of Koronf? Vale), j the younger nephew of thede.ceaaedgentle i man. I:«s tgieed with the trustees nf the i will tint in consideration of the appeal being abandoned a ehuitable trust slmll bo con stituted to be called the "0. Ij. Forrest Tii'« '' nnd to bu handed £:l"»,000. The ■ income of the larger portion of this sum will be immediately avail ible and ul timately the whole of (he income will be available for charitable purposes. The appeal to the High Court will therefoie be abandoned, and upon ccrUin additional particular* being furnished that he is the stole person entitled, the whole estate will be h inded over to the nephew, and im mediately thereafter airangements will be completed for the formation of the chari table trust and landing over the capital to the trustees for the charities. It is under stood that the first trustees of the cha...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
APPROXIMATE TAKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 February 1914

AITIifiXl.MATK TAKINGS'. ;V £. «. d. -> - ' G rtes , ... , 21 Hi 0 -1: I'll; '■ ... ' ... ... . Go () O./.i. Conccit ami lifill ...' 2:> 0 0 Kiitiica • :.. ]j 0 l)-=-■ *. Bnzi:ir... .... ■ - ... 22 ' ,0 0 "" Bmikniiikurjil fees ; 7 I) 0 • •• Fiuit'Still ... , ... 7 Q |) Soft Diink,s "... JO () • Mieep-guessing ... 4 10 0 Toy Stall ' 10 0." £173 1() 0 • Tin: Cftslr collections nnd.iirt union ie ci'ipts lmvo yet to come jii, • -•

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Approaching Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 February 1914

Approaching Sales.* Fell. 27.—Bomt stock sale. Thomas Morrow and Co., auctioneer.". Mulct) — Lnj}*u. stock sale.—Thomas Morrow anil Co., auctioneer*. Miicho.—Ingtewood »tock »ale.—ThomM Morrow and Co., auctioneer*. M»rcli 5.—Said of 320 acies land in p»iish of S ilialjifiy", in estate of K Wylie, deceased, it fnyleivond sail' yards.—Thomas Morrow and Co. and McKem, McGiegorand Co., auction eers in conjunction. March 10. —Important land sale at Wychepjoof of 1141 ucro.s freehold, ( with homestead, cut-buildings and All I accessories essential to n wel 1-eqnijjpod farm, cm behalf of Mis C. McPlieisoii. —Thomas Mou'nw and Co., auction e»r». MaicH 12.—Cleaving sale Mysii of hor>es, iiuchineiy. implements, house hold fm nit ure and township piopeity," on behalf of M. O'Halloran.—Thomas Mono# and Co, auctioned".

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 February 1914

Earned, not Bought. ■ I low liaid it often is to earn and mauir Uii| 'l yqod reputation, so It, is Willi nlliL-r tiling in lli|s life. §"i»e ti)ii)!js atlucvo ;t reputation which stays w|£li Llieii], '{'hey ■ire founded in inlrinslo value. 'J'lioy face the puliltc hiekod iif> liy honesty, and work their way qmelly and U|->rotuhly; ,1'onple want no lietler proof of meiit limn is eon Mined in the following ttxpariitiico.; ■■■..■ Mr. (J. F. Shephetd, TiuliJiv' Hinoko Stieety Ingle wood, says ','A lad of muie, alwnC thirteen ye.us of a«e, sullured :i Rcind deal from pAms across Ilia hack ami weak ness. We used various remedies, hut nil to no (jnod—notlijiiK seemed alile lo j>u*o i>lm peunanent relief. At'lust T was ad vised lo try Doan's Btckiichu Kidney -Pills, so I got a bottle nt once, fie .<00:1 showed figns of iniprovenient.'iiid whenlm used tjie; second hottle he wan quite well,-free of tilt;' hackacho anil weakness.: T altnhute In? euro soluly to /Doan's. U...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Borough Estimates. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 February 1914

Bprp^gh Estimates. LilVji6!"'1 Mmcelin.P of HieCorouRhCoun . on Friday evening. thcMavor presiding, when notices of motion to strike he .nm.a rate of la 6d in the ponnrl and to adopt the following estimate of rweipts «»■ >»» RKCEIITI. t g (1 Town llall 70 0 0 Equivalent of license*... 270 0 0 General licenses .. . ..., 5 o 0 Fees—Common ..i" 1 ' 8 0 0 Pound 30 0 0 Weighbridge 10 0 0 , I>og 6 0 0 Police court fines 10 0 0 Government subsidy ... . 50 0 0 Parks and Gardens 35 0 0 Rent Country Fire Bri gades IioarH 15 0 0 Interest on rates .1 0 0 Arrears general rales ... 70 0 0 Sanitary rate 200 0 0 Arrears sanitary rale ... fiO 0 0 Interest do. 4 0 0 Miscellaneous 4 0 0 Pound Hales ' ... G 0 0 Dank interest a 0 0 £836 0 0 Kate of Is fxl in the pound on valuation of £6616 )0a 490 4 ft Total £m2 4 9 KXI-KKmiXHI. £ s a Debit balance 48 1 r> Coiniiuesiosi—Dog Fee* 0 0 Common Fees 8 0 0 Weighbridge 6 0 0 Audit Fees ' 12 5 0 Snliiiies 112 £ .0 Fire extinction 30 18 0 Repayment wato...

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