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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Popua, Lord Howe island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 March 1914

P0ST4L RATES AND RECULATIORV [\»lioro tho term "Tho Couimon* wealth" is used in connection with theM rates and regulations it includes IVpu*. Lord Howe island, and Norfolk Illand.T LETTEIIS. For every J ounce or fraction thereof. ; For delivery witJiiu the Comiiioii- , wealth .. ,. 0 I | For delivery La tho British Kio- ! I pire .. .. 0 I ' For delivery iu tho Now Hobrida^ , Banks, and Torres IsUnde # f For delivery in other places ., << I ■§ LETTER CJAKDS. | For delivery vitttiu tie ComlnonwMhAt Single, Id. ouob; reply, Id. itijk kif. For delivery in tc2« British Kaipu* Igm list of placaa older "I>tt«rs >—mm gle, Id. $ac4i. For delivery lb N«w Hebrides, Baafci, .mi Torre* U'.«x}»—feitftW, 94. «Mk. For delivery in oth«r ptoaei Mnale, 'Jid. each. POST CARDS. Single Postoards impreMad with Uto Id. (.tnnip, and lieply or double oardt, each half of whicb hat the Id. tt*um impressed thorcoii, may be tranwiittecl to places within tho Commonwealth, and to those ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 March 1914

PERSONAL. a The 'condition.nf.' Mi:..N.;G. Ltiijli iv.-m Ksti evening slightly improved. Mr. l),Jj. I'arry, nlio lms ln'i>n » member />f the slnfl'iiiMepfis Yli'imae Morrmv and Cn.'s office for the pist three years, leaves to moriow for Melbourne to tike up » position in the Inteiiiatiunitl llirvester Coy.' • ••-"•.Air 0. Hoylp, v>}io ||iis lieen transfetied from the lucul branch of the J}nnk of' Vic tori i, has bi-en Hupointec) to the B.urnsihle branch. The friends of Mr.A.'H. Gnok- will lie pimped to leorn of Iiia restoration toheilth Mr G'ooli returned from the fie.i ude, uhcie he linn spent the pust few weeks,-l''»t week. Mnstei WjSwHles, of Uridgertntcr, whose injury through «n ecpiestrinn nccident was rppoiled ili Jiist-iiwup, ii l»ein« intended «t Nurse Grainger's hospiwl l.y'Dr. Denu-in,

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BILLIARDS. VICTORY FOR GRAY. London, 27th February. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 March 1914

UIMjIAKDS, VIGTOHY 1'()It (] hay. London, CTili t'olmuiv Gray ciuijilit hikI passed Fulkinet ln.<l»v in their match of 18,000 up with iv„rv l«ll», and the match endud Gi-iy, 18nnn> Falkiner (rccuivos EiOOO;, 17,77,'i. ' '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 March 1914

Special Show °f New Sorinq Millinerv. Saturday, Not. 1st While Thanking our Numerous Patrons for Favors we are always pleased to| welcome NEW ONES W. Meal .'"hamberiain'i IS^uIybi l«W«t» inum I'll afflM ti tfa» (NUOI P3J3JJO J3A3 gfliHA XS3S P«® sajnBij umd ui spoog hk •Suims xitij arsi . ,'anvs Haiwns s.Haxaod :'-V'; : -vNOSyaS 3HX >30 M3AU HHX OFFICER writes Shis tetter. 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 Streel, . - • East Brunswick, 2jAji2. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "It was' the end of December, 1911, that I caught cold et>: was laid up with pleurisy, which became very serious. The doctor thought It advlsablo to oonsult with another physician regarding my illness; For three days MY TEMPERATURE was 101 decrees. MV LIFE WAS DESPAIR...

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The Markets. LAANECOORIE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 March 1914

The Markets. LAANEC00R1E SALE. Mesajs j]T. H. Lienhup „nd Co. repoit liiViiiK eundijeted tliejr fiulnjulitly ,tock sale Ht Lwneoonrio cut Wednesday ii's't wheu the usual attendance of the iiuliliu »s*enililed, but to Unci a very tmvilhymdini. forward. With those sold pimitely, w„ made n tnt il clearance. Merinu ivetliois ^small drafts), 13i to Us ; wethers, lis 1).] to 12s 3d ; »j»od ewef>, lOa (J J fco lis Id • •tack nrhaateu h»y. L13. Wo Hold for Me«r.T. Ho8»o, M. Stone, W. Jeukineon •ad S. fmith

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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BOORT RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 March 1914

nnrmruACKs. • TheTlnoit metis wet u lielil on Thurnliiv KesultsJ' . .''''J1 ^jukes'—Stella 0\y, 1 ; ltosvmel, 2: Lincoln ljreeti, Hricelob Tint—M 'Kinney Miss. i puoUtiiin, 2 j Allie It. I!. Bnoit IUuilic:ip -Mi^s Culin, I; Tinoiit>e, I ! Keg, 3. , ' Flyiii" llHndioip—Stell:, (J.,.. ] . i> iiK'l, ; lUttlcf Jack, :i. ' Hmdic.ip Trot— Allie II, I ; Kx,, 2;.The Wliip, 3. 'M'lctn.i,,,,, Hick Itncf—CliMM'-Sampli.. | . 1:i „ ■ !•> ; Skowcii.*, 3 An .v.,s ),,|,| ,,) • cuming the running <f t lio .nucontl l„„ '. when thi! j.icky C.innois iv„s din,11,1,11 ,i inr hiz moritliM. w I Welter linni]ico|i—KliziU-tli 1 . Tiiumuf, 2 ; Kinunln Ciuun, :!. ' '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 March 1914

FUG1.1C NOTICBS. ANTKI). — Gocil IloiiK-iiiaid and Waitress: Apply Royal IIott-1. Miss Dorothy Penfold (A.R.C.M.) .v, VX* If.r. resume tuition in singing early » ' in. March, vlm'ting Ins>lewoodonce a week for that purpose. Studenti pre pared for Examinations. Will intending pupils kindly communicate with her.at her address, View Place, Uendigo, at . their earliest convenience Rheola Hospital Fete. EASTER MON D A Y,. A PRIL l.'ith, 191-i. TIIE Public are requested to note that the above fete in- aid of the.Ingle wood and Dnnolly Hospitals will be held 011 Monday, April-1!! (liaster Monday). • TBEO to (Aider niv aiitceie thank* to the Doctor;.' Matron and Nuisei of, the Inglewood Hospital for their kind and skilful attention to me while a palient in the hospital : also to'I)r. Taylor .for his kind assistance N. OLSON, ; .Secretary Tfianks. MARION RICHMOND, Inglewood Hospital (.Inenrporated.) - RECEIPTS KOtt FEBRUARY. METHODIST Chnreh, fruit and vege table*; Iliijfh Falconer,- medi...

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SPORTING TENNIS. ASSOCIATION FINAL. WON BY INGLEWOOD A. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 March 1914

SPORTING — 0 ■ tennis. association final. won by 1nglkwood a. The tin il match to decide pennant honor?, played at Bridge water on Saturday, was itifjcly attended, a gimill/ number r>f !oc.il enthusiasts folio winy the A. ream. Tliu day was favorable, and the courts in splen did order. The A. teim had their four selected players, but Serpentine were again iniiius E. Oivon, their captain, whose ab sence was a considerable handicap. Th« match was expected to be close,, but Ser pentine seomed to strike a "bad day" throughout and failed to seriously trouble their opponents. At the start Didd»ni*| andCoutts iron the tiist Ret againstSmith and t jandA.C.Gladmnn before these made astart, J I winning at fi—I. Tn (lie next tins Serpentine j . pair asserted tbemseUvs,however,andganie*j ! were level at 4 all. At this st'\go Smith was] I'serving, and numerous opportunities offered to secure the gillie, but after no less than ei^hi "deuces" had been oiled itj j wiiit '.) the A pair, who won t...

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Simpson's Creek. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 March 1914

Simpson's Creek. (From our Correspondent.)' The Arnold teim of cricketovs visited TiirtiiKull* on Satuiday and commenced > two daya' match against that team. Unlet* beaten by Arnold in this mutch Tarnagulla will he straight-out premiers for the year 1913-14. Tarnagulla aie nil out fur 138 rune, whilst Arnold have 5 v.icketd down for 08 mils. T. Wilson was bust man for Arnold, securing 3 wieketa for 17 runs, and milking 84 with th» bit. There was » lai«o crowd of interested siiectatois present. Scoies :— I TAUNiOULT.A. J. Gourley, run out <jg C. GolU, c Wood-til, b Rmwnbill ... i .1. Rogers, jun, lbw Chamberlain ... 28 (i. Ramm, c Staik, U Wilton ... if, . M. LhIoi', c Graham, b Wilson ... 11 A. Gollz, c Stark, .1) Wilson <) . W. Martin, b Wood-ill 15 W. Whiuipey, c Weir, b Stark ... J8 R. Whimpey, not out (i J. Whimpey, c Graham, b Chamberlain ,'l J. Rogers, senr, b.Stiirk ... ... 3 Sundiies ;i Total 138 Bowlinu : J. Rrownbill, 1 for 22; R. Wood^ll, 1 for 41...

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Waterside Workers' Trouble. JUSTICE HIGGIN'S DECLARATION. INTERESTING ARGUMENTS. Melbourne, 27th February. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 March 1914

Waterside Workers' Trouble justice hwgins's declaration'. int]crestino"aiiouments. Melbourne, 27t!i February. The Wateiside Workers' ti'ouhlo was | mentioned in the Arbitn.tion Court to day i before Mr. Justice Riggins tiy Mr. W. M. Hm-lies, resident of the Waterside Woik cm1 Federation, who asked foru fuither adjournment of tliii case against theSteain ship-owneis' Federation on tho giouml that the result of ballots by the men was being awaited.' j Mr. Hughes said lio declined to contem plate the possibility of a injection by the Sydney wnarf lumpers and Port. Phillip, stevedores of the proposal tlmt thoy should' recede ftoin their position and fill into line with the other brunches of tho fede-J ration, who hud decided to work oveiliinui ponding the Arbitration court ptoceedini!*. j Ic wis nndi'simiilu that tho ease should bo| pruceeded with until lhu two outstanding ' bninche.i hud £jivn their deoi.iion. j Mr. 11. Adams, representing the Cum-' ninnwealth Steamship-owners' Associa...

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RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 March 1914

RACING. Sntiiis f'-r ilio Inaliiwonil race.--, to lie held on the lull inst., dosed wiv.li the club secretary, Mr. W. Tatchell, lift evoninu. The- unit) of Iwotlis * ami .'.privilege* will be eombioted by Me.-sis. Thomas Morrow anil Co.. Hrooko street, at 2 |i.ill; t'o-irioirow. . l'or the Islington noes on I lie. 11th iiist llie Mlowiti" events »ro .provided : —11 m (licn-i. of lili; Myiny Handicap. Lfi : Il.-ili-niilo F:u'.tf r Lft KM; Pony I?n , 1.5; 1,1'tiulicip Tint, L7 ; Maiden Trot, L4. The New-mat Iset on Saturday was won by A. McFail*ne'>< Ioivnit, 7.IS, » 20 to ] chance lidden by \V, .Smut. Cider, who *U«tel third f.ivoiite.ylinished second, but the other favorites, Brattle and Gold Blew, failed to gain a place. The latter carried the bulk of local support. . VUdnor won the St. fje;>i'i', Woorak ,'thc. Sires' Produce Stakes and Wnllulo carried ofi' the K<sen uon Silken. Radnor wis the only favorite in those event* who scojed.-'

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PEDESTRIANISM. MILK CHAMPIONSHIP AUSTRALIAN SUCCESSFUL. Durban, 1st March. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 March 1914

PKDESTRtANISM. MILK 01J A M PTON SIII [\ AUSTRALIAN SUCCESSFUL. Diirlwn, 1st March. HctU-mnn, of Austinlln, defeated II Wilson, nf lOnuUnd, tiy four ynid* foi- i|,j Mile Chnmpionsliip. The distance «:i> covered in 4 mil). 11!I 1-5 si'c.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 March 1914

A Heartless Hoax. MAN KKPORTKD DROWNED. TI1IKTY TKLKl'HONE MESSAGES y '■■ ■:-si^T. ' A series of hou tless, senseless hoaxM' wn« nei petratfd at Melbourne on Friday, by means of llie telephone,^ by a ns.ui wlm used the mine of MyiMs". Mr Eliis 1!.-Alexandra, of the tl.rin of Aithur N. Bishop-and Co., recently left for :k liuHltli tiip tu Now /miliuiil, and arrived at Uotorua on Ttiuisday lust. Oil Friday a man rang up the firm and asked, "Have you heard tlienews?" The lady •tenographer towlumi lie spoke ausweied, "No: what news? ' w-1'lie limn, «ho said his name was Myers, thereupon' lold her llir.t Mr Alexandra lwd been diowned. 'J'he youni; lady received such a shock that file swooned. In the same way Mr-Alexandras patents' liome was runu up,-and a similar story whs told. Mrs Alexandra and her dtii^hters, nut suspecting that anyone could perpetrate to cruel a hoax, belieied the stoiy, and their condition in eonst'i|iience tvas for some time liorleMuyjui liyi-tefn. F.vtvy relative ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 March 1914

SOUOSKS HAIR TOXIC. This preparation ia unsurp-.issiM ... .. lmir food and dandruff prevon-Hiive " a llftln npniiklutj on the head nkd.t' and morning, and aontly massaged into the scalp, renders baldness imp„ssil>]e. So roses Hair Tonic will Absolutely i.row hair and prevent it from falling out ]i imparts a beautiful glossy .lieen brings out all the natural brightness of the hair. }<riee 9d per bottle Ob tamable a. M,„ * ^utheyC InS

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 March 1914

•ALU BY AUCTION. Thomas Morrow & Co, Auctioneers. STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, Inglewood and Bendigo, ' Vt71TH Branches 'at Charlton, Wyche proof, Bcort, Logan, Newstcad Fyalong, Kilmore and Lancafleld. LAND and CLEARING 'SALES Conducted in all parts oi th<j St.ite. Lonns negotiated on broad acres at low rates Rkpbiskst Dalgety and Co Limited. Pearson, Rowe, Smith and Co. T. Robinson and Co, Propty, Ltd. | •Wischer and Co, Superphosphates. Sheep and Cattle Trucks promptly secured and loaded. Sales of Stock Will ba hald oa tbe following daUs: WYOHKPBOOl'. Tuaaday, MARCH 10 CdABLTOh Wednwoay, MARCH 11 QUAMBATOOK Thursday, MARCH 12 ■OOBT ... ... Friday MARCH 13 Aad «Tcry succeeding Fortnight at Meb of above place*. Inglewood Market 1HUKSDAY. MARCH 5. WHOMAS MORROW ana CO. announce J. that they will hold their usual Bale M above, at their yards, on the ahovr lilt, whan thev will offer— PIGS. 2 porker* 6 slips FATSHEEV. 50 eroisbreri wethers 00 „ wethers 50 merino ewes : ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 March 1914

Advertise Your District! TO A1.I-* WUCM IT MAY CONCERN. If you wish your district .to gain prom inence, do not kec.a the knowledge of local happenings to yourself. If yon wis1, events in which you are interest-'" B)«de public, just "ion - Advertiser" oil'"" arrangements be to attend, or, fai hand at reporting great extent abo articles; just writi editor will Jo the i, - Weddings, deaths, » iporte, social fiatii paragraphs are all /!-. . . • l.c 1 neighbors, and by draw/ii pi-l.i.c ttttuv lion to your district you ;uu doing a good work. That there is reason for- this "reminder !e not our fault. We have, unfortunately, no imim'ulouR power of knowing what is happening in nil the area served by this journal, but mo desirous, with your co operation, of lessening our limitations. Write the names of persons and places distinctly. Write only on one side of the paper. On receipt of application stamps and 8h.tio-;ery'will be forwarded for corre-1 rporuence ] urposes, so that no r.ctur.i ex - ...

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RHEOLA. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 March 1914

RHEOLA. (KHOSJ Ot:p. C0RRBSI'0.\D"NT.< A public meeting in connection with the Annual Master Monday spoils was held in the Mechanic.*' Hall on Saturday lust. Thete was a very l.iri»e attendance, and Mr Harry Jackson was in the chair. It, was decided to hold the natheriiijj as usual and tn divide the proceeds equ illy between the jlnglewood and Dmiolly hospitals, and to distribute the collections according tortile | wish of the donors. . All -present; were formed into a committee with power to add Mr Jackson wis elected president fm the ensuing year and .Mr J.- Arribrose'vice ' president. Mr Neil Olson, was appointed secretary vine It.- Catto resk'iied. The secretary was instructed to_ make the pre liminary ••innouncemenls in the locil jour nalii. A sports committee was appointed to prepare a progiumme on Saturday next to he siibmjtted to a generalmeeting on Saturday, H'-'1 Maieh. feeing .th it. the pri'/e money has been substantially in ereAssd, the committed will prnlial...

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The Inglewood Advertiser, TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 March 1914

ingkfejffoD •: TUESDAY, MAKCH 3, 1914. j Several snakes made thoir appeal-nice in (lie borough Inst wefk, (>i. Kr;-i nt tho State school s-ciunoe ro<i:», !>--■ i '-on was in prngiups n yout»: one •>iti*-r.;tr i trom a craak in the tloorinn Imardr-, inu- a her I placed upun it by it hcIhiI-ir speedily ended ■its career. The niiivkins; "f its ii'.'ul whs most peculiar, huiny of tao r-h ide?, black and Mown. At Mr. *V. Appleby's, Sul livan-street, one was killed on the Mime day. Mr. W. Huteher, of ISelriiont-rtreet, 'had n decidedly unple.isna eipeiience last ! week in waking up in bed and finding lie had n ,K<>od liciill liy sntko for company, i'l'lio TopUle was despatched, however, .before doing any harm. Tlio State school cookery class experi enced a busy day on Friday lust, wli^n over 20 of the public attended for dinner. That 'the class is attracting considerable inteiest is evidenced also l.y the fact that a good [demand exists for the articles p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 March 1914

COBUC fccHiufeS. p3J3||o J3A3 aniKA £S38 PUB sdjnSfj ujpfd ui spo<>9 im - •JStmyis xitij ax si ati v s aa w mn s s<aa x a o a . • ' • -■ ■ ■■' . Nosvas 3HX >10 XN3A3 3HX S ■ ' A REMARKABLE CURE | —. . S What CUments 1 onic can do in Jj restoring the nerves l> heal.hy power if; and making the weakened system strong, it A letter in point which is worth reading. No. 6 Post Office Place, ji; South Melh., 2/7/U. i CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., 44 Your ionic is one of the quickest ;ji nerve and brain cures known. I tried " all kinds of doctor*' medicines, and got no relief as I have from your tonic. I could not stand anyone talking to me, or the noise of the town traffic. I lost appetite and weight. I was that weak at limes a child could push me over. I had to give up work. X lay hour after hour awake, now I can go to bed and almost sleep at once. My case was one of the worst I ever heard of. I thought I would never get well. I can hardly believe the relief I have go...

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CALIVIL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 March 1914

CALIVIL. The effects of the long continued dry I weather are. liciny severely felt in this dis I tiict, ami the stock and domestic supply of I wnter is becoimn<i alarmingly low. Foi l ivceks past attempts have lieen made to] send down the Calivil channel a supply of! water, l>nt the consummation of this laud-J able" object lias not been achieved. Foi J the stream (lows and ebbs with exasperating' legibility, and the latter movement has j proved the nintu potentiil. It- appears as I if the trickle has an aversion to enter the. [arid district of Cilivil, for 110 sooner is the ! j teuitoiial houndaiy lencheii than letrogres-] Isioti ensues with much greater lapidity than J profession. And one can almost hear the j waters murmuring as they flow-—"Thus far; shall we go, hue 110 fuiiher, and lions slinH j 'our mineralised waters he s!.v', <l.'' lie: ' tlmt as it may, ihe sleieotypeii . sense f >r ;failing to supply the precious liipiid is; : becoming threadbare...

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