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SPORTING. TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 January 1914

SPORTING. O TKiNNIS. To morrow'd matches : — Imjlewoocl A. v. Inglowooil li, al Inglc ' ' WOfXl. , : , I Inglcwnnd C. r. Bridgon'itler, nt Biiflgc-] tfllll'l. I Tho following .ten nil Imvo Ijccn selected: — j A,, Mi'Sms." Coutts, liwu Iii onk and MePheison. 13., Messis. Lnnmnt, J Sutlieiiiiiid, Tntclioll, VaiiRton. C, Id lie, •selected from Moss is Dersivin, \\'i ight, ! ' Kittson, B#ili'y, linker. ,

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 January 1914

. PUBLIC NOTICES. % ■ Important ■-■A-NNOONCEMEN'Tj ' ¥i A\-;> ; '••• ' .1 The Corner House,'j Brooke-st., Inglewood. j A.PORTERit CO.j 'PENDER tlieir .tliankd to tl;e p»bli«.'j ■ J- of Inglewooil anil 'District for the splendid snjpj'jort accorded thefh" rn tin past, ami fntiihatc-'that fhiriir.' Xovr-ipU-r they will re-op<-n with a N!■', A' :in.l COM 1'LKTF. STOCK ,,f ' X DRAPERY, BOOTS and SHOES (Importf-il A: Colonial), bought for cash. T! ie f> I >j<. i-t in "to i -i;i i i - lish a standard of value anil qnnjity which will command their just, claim "to yonr free and continuon* pn t rornvje'. " 'I he staff will fie at your ,-ervi.:.; to study your interests and endeavor to make shoppins enjoyable'. Plenty to ehooee from am! ' prices a pleasant surprise. All Departments, Women'.-, .Mai-ls' and (iirla'i fully assorted. All Departments, Men'.-1,' Youth?' and Hoys', are up-to-date. Men's Suits to Measure Absolute correctness in fitand fashion, j , the f...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 January 1914

Advertise Your District! TO Abb WliWI IT MAY CON CIO UN. Jf you wish your district to gain prom inence, do not kc"m tho knowledge of local happenings to yourself. If you wish events in which you me interested to be made public, just i/jop a lino lo "The advertiser" oflice in time to allow of arrangements bciti^ made for u reporter to attend, or, failing that, try your own hand at reporting. Don't bother to any I area! extent about the composition of' articles; just write fully and eiearlv—the editor will do the rest. Wedding, deaths, accidents, concerts, P|ioits, Mieial natliei'in^a and personal paragraphs are all of interest to your neighbor?, and by drawing public atten tion to your district you are doing a good work, Tliat there is reason for this reminder is not uiir fault. We have, unfortunatolv, no miraculous power of knowing what 'is happening in all the area served bv this journal, but are de.'irous, with you'r co operation, of lessening our limitations, j Write the mimes of...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 January 1914

Presbyterian Church. F>F.V. A. S. M^-KAN' uiil o.n.lncl I r'ul»!ii! -Worship herein ;i.= under:— >['.V!)A V, 1111. ?N'~T. " .. '■ ?«rr-',i>rin^, 11 a.in. »— -' - Pr.wloit, JO:;. ; liwl-'w.V. i.l, T p.::i. ^ ,

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church Notices. ANGILICAN. SUNDAY, JANUARY 11th. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 January 1914

Church Notices. S!:.\b.vV,_ J^Nt'AUV IItli. S :i. i;;.K V;-: -1 i :1 ;: i., M.iirj'iH. " . •/ 7 p j;.., !•'" ; ' ICsii'iir.j— ■ • ' ' - p.uv . .Kvcnsung Rti-.'/invitt-r— . v": ■A \?> \<.ra., UA\ A!! l.v ihr* Vii*:ir. Vu!.-1 — 11 a. tu.. M.itiin*. .. 7."o i..iti., Ewu.-ornf.- : » IV.rtU-U— p.m., r*vt>n«ou^. All ~<-vvirr> )jv Mr. (.VFarvarit,

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 January 1914

obituarV. , Tho unoxpootodly sudden death <>{ ,Mr. Albert Ernest Strode, fourth son of the Into 'Mi*. I'- Sfcrgde,- of Williamson street, (icourred in tHo Dunnlly Hospital on Stin-| day. Tho. deceased, who was ;?9 years of „„e, for a number of years resided ill {fewhrid<,'0, and had lie »n in consistently i;n'id health. List werl< III' contracted ;t ",ilil wlifoli developed iiit.n |iluiti isy mid j,iijiii»"»iall J a doctor boin<» cillcdin, lie mlvi«ed I i- removal to tho Dnnolly Hns liil.il I or o!o.o iiiwlia.il »t tent inn. This, liDivovur, was unavailing, as Mr. Strode di-.'d ,>n Sniiil'iy. A .vi low, daughter and miii i.m-1-ivL', uml received the sympathy of iiitmcioils friends on their sad and sudden nllliction. Tho |io[ialarit,y of the late Mr. ■Strode was evidenced on Tuesday when his remains were interred in tho Newbridge cemetery. Tho ivholo countiysido ivns fully represented by mourners, wliilu tin: oilliii was covered with ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 January 1914

I'V Children's Ilucki.m C»u»li nl Wiylifc Wdiuls' IJii-at Peppermint Ouiu SOUOSKS IIAll; TOXIC. Tliis preparation is unsurpassed as :i lmir food mill dandruff prevenl411ivi'. A link: sprinkled on tlie head nisiht and niiiniin^, and rfPntly massaged into tlrk scalp, renders haldno.-s impossible. So roses llair Tonic will absolutely ariitt" hair and prevent it from failing o;it. I r. impirts a li'anliful /_-l■ sheen, and bi'injiJi ont all lliu naitiral K|ii:htsii-;.s •' the liair. Pli 0 Od pi'r linttli*. Mii trtinable at .' 1'. -'outhey's, Ins»!«r wood

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Englewood Fire Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 January 1914

■ . 1 • - txiglewozi Fire Brig id 3. Oil tin' con?! 1 -i 1 i »c!i • ot I: i u v m ■ •• i ,, of the Kin; III1 ■ oil Wedrie . ! iv members a'lj mi'iie l to t'l- A'l II, at the inviutior, of the Af •: f'.'r i; .1 AnseVi, .vlien ti1i in >.U1- «■ ■ >:t a' t], ■ <■'iiL X un t,'iilh *p..:ts wor.» pe n-,i| the winning r-: i:n-i. lo • \I i_v it [i:v-iJcJ, ailll 111 UXCL'II'MII ••j'i-.'i'l IV i • j >l ■ ■ v i«: L.,I I,v HostClS H'.lft;. After the hoirnin.: <•:' t'i; n-tnl |..vil tnn.it. ti)i» Mayor prop,i.e.I ihit of tin; •'Tii2 Tn^lewood Kite ilii^ii.'. ci.upK-.j irith tin; name '■! Cap! '.in I. There iv ii iKir. lie stated, it.'iy much he Could say. The cipiain took :i meat, in!,., rest in the work, imd iiii men <111 m much as po-.sil.lo to back him u j i. He tie .us In. t!m local brigade complied favorably with others, their »ni!w Sein^ aliv iyn of t lu; In--t. Captain f»'vv in [espouse. it a! cd l'e h lil always en Jen "<■! ••■I to do I...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cycling and Motoring. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 January 1914

Cycling and Motoring. , An inspection of the mot.ir cycled that [took put in the Sydney-Melbourne and ' Adelaide-Melbourne reliability contest? raises the question, What is reliability . and what is the object of these tests Sereral of the machine* ridden by contestants who scored full points bore evidence of broken frames, broken forks,, wheels with loose and broken spokes, broken mud-guard stays, sprinss, carriers, etc. It these contest' are t« determine physical ability and not j reliability of the machines used, then the riders of disable*! .machines are entitled to ful! points : in fact, to nioie credit for their ability and inaenuity in -reaching their destination in the face of considerable difli cultv. But if the object of the test is to ascel tain the weakness of construction of the conifjetir.g:machines for ii=e under 'Aus-, trallm conditions, then'the conditions and rules "f these reliability ^contests defeat the object, and render tin? tests ineffectual. That it is possi...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Army Aviators. FIRST FLIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 January 1914

Army Aviators. KI UST l'LIO I ITS. the purchased l>y the D.*feiie.! d>|> irtiivinc li ive lusn in Mel lioiuiH! for many mem I Ik, and the two skilled im itfirs (r^iotiteiuinfc ■ IVtio mid IliMiMin) have Ix-eii on cvl'ii lOnyei, no lriv*t! Iioen made so f-u\ It uits (ni_MMilly irilended'thnt I ho first pracii'.-al test of the moil .-ind tliu machines •iliuukl liu held <111 >»ew Year's Dty, Inittlii wis f.Mind inipnss-ililp, and it, is now staled that there will nut lx> any militaiy aviation exhibitions until l-Vhruaiy at the eailiesr. . According to present .•ui.muement.-', thir iiernplane-i will nr.t. lie sont into llio mr ntlici-tlly-for the tii-t. tinrj until tin* inspec toi-^fiiiera! of iho oversea* forces (-Sif [ to Hamilton) ariives in Victorii. Jin is ex pected on February 12. Imt this whole of his tinio imniudi itely .-•nWi|iu>nt" to step pin^ oil the ni-iil .steainur In* already lieen. allocated, and i& in-iv lie' t-tili' iii Alarcli' tau...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Woman of 70 has a Face like that of a Young Girl. Long-guarded family Secret Learned Through a Provincial Lady. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 January 1914

Woman of 70 has a Face like that of a Young Girl. Long-guarded family Secret T^iuned ThiougH a Provincial Lrjdy. I •'From mother to daughter, generation after generation, ".vritcs a lady now 70 years old. "wo have been noted through out- the iiule piGvincial town where we live for the beauty of our complexions, pre served even to ,old age. ' Of late so many of our friends seem t" lini e been deceived and disappointed by harmful skin remedies that we' have decided it is not right for us to keep to ourselves any longer the foimula that has-always been considered as our family secret, and : to which we owe our 'eternal yputli.' Tlieref.ne n* take this opportunity - of communicating it to our "sister readers. Simply take 2 < z. lose watci. 1 dram linctuieof bens-iinu: >jnd 2 oz. Flowers of Oxz-iin, and mix tbemyoui self at himie. Auy'chemi-t dm supply youi with what is necessary. .Shake the lotion before using, and apply with a clean piece of cotton wool oivn spouuo regula...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 January 1914

■ PiiRScVrkiViAN. . The J'ev. A.S.. McLean will conduct seivice? on SuruUy\i* .Stji-pentine,' J l a.m. ; PnwIc'J,. .'J ji.m. ; !ni»(ew«odt .7 p.m. .

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church Notes. ST. AUGUSTINES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 January 1914

Church Notes. O 8EV AUGCJ.silNK'S. • '..At the last meeting of tha vestry, of the above church the vie ir said that mvinu to the change made by the synou in the el ite of the financial year, the annual meeting nould not be held in'.lanufuy, ns usual, hut in July next, and therefore he wuukl takj the opportunity of the locil |ircs-4 to let the chmch people,know llie church figures for the year. The early communions of 101.'! I were attended ny SSC1 people and the miil I day by C75,' making a total of 1NI t coin ' niunicant.H for ,lhe twelve months at the puish ch'urcli/.'afiovu;' 'Jlornina services ireri! attended by 2981 person.-. air average of SB ; evening services by G4G2. an average of 122. , Good Friday's services .urero at tended by 1ST), confirmation service by 125 and the week days of holy week by 152 persons', .''liming the whole yenr the at-' tendances at the parish chmch h ive readied the niinibernf 10,214.. The r.lfei tories for l!ll." ivere £'224 3s JJd,- as against £'2...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Go to Jericho! [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 January 1914

Go to Jericho! The phrase "Go to Jericho!" orisin Sled with Kin:; Henry Vlll. For Ju the Cbtliily of Ussex, near CiH'hi:s:'urd, was' .the' Royal, it a:: or of K'.acUraore. and this estate eontaii.ed a tenement called Jericho, reported to have been one of the King's pleasiirc-lmcses. "\Vhen .Bluff■.•Kins Hal was missins from 'Court, U:e l'aretioiiH courtiers would knowingly wink and say, "lie's gone to Jericho." After Henry's reign the phraso lost its point, anil people got tp associate it with wishing any one a long way off, namely, to the Palestine town, and with this sense It has descended to us. . ,

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SIMPSON'S CREEK. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 January 1914

SIMPSON'S CfiESK. (I-'IIOM nrr. roRRFWIKSIM S*T.) Tlii'1 return match between Am >M and a cnmbined team from Ith^ola am! ICingfuvor «• i< pliyitl mi tin* KiiiLTiiivcr i•.jui!11 on S-Kiaii iy l-isr. KoLil I i':uti - li.-.il Hi.:-il[J[>i-l'L r f a larue nmnli.T or fi.li'i.veis. Tin' X ura. was played with 12 men a.-ide, lull, neither side- li id its full strength in t!io Held. Oil this fa:ca.«ion the tables ivfre turned, 'is the ArnnM feam weir beaten by the narrow margin i.f 12 vun>. Although Llio came «■ is pla/cd for all it'ivas worth by both -ido- the tnii! i-pirit. of sportr-inanshiii uas manifested by t bo whole 21 players en^a^ed. So M i'- : - imMI'.INKIi. J. C'.'.iej, b i.'lianibi-i'l.iiii ... ... 2 I \Y. CnoK, b Chamberlain ... ... -j T. TiL'. ii Char.i'ierlain ... ... i K. Tii.:. •! SM '1,. b |{. Wood.. 11 ... 'I ■\V\ Fl.u'-j elves, b (.'Nrtn-b'jrl iin ... 2 I .1. Hiir., I .J. W.Wull 1-; II. Leec!:, c.Stai V, b .1. Wiiofl.il! ... ' -10 j J. Br.wn. c MeKea...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A British General as a Wizard. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 January 1914

A British General as a Wizard. To Lord Wolseley the loss of his eye in the Crimea proved of great service to liim and his army in his first Egyptian Campaign. He could get no information of the enemy's strength or position. An Arab spy was laptured prowling round the English camp. It was ten to one the sullen fellow knew everything. Lord Wclsolev questioned him. The man stood stolidly silent between the two soldiers. A happy idea struck the General. He said in Arabic: "It i3 no use your refusing to answer, for 1 ,.tyn a wizard and can destroy you and jrifiu?'toaistefS:• -To*-prove this, I will take out. my_eye, throw it up. catch it. \nd put' It hack in-my lie.-ui." And to the horror ami amazement of the'-fellow, Lord'Wolseley took out his glass eve, threw it up caught and replaced it. That war, '?Uotic;!i; the v Arab', .whiinppi.i::^, gave llm General and his-siaff.ijiform;!iic;;i v.-jjic-b led to British victory.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Travelling Farmer. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 January 1914

A Travelling Farmer. I Mi si 11 I'm; l"fii ll'mis and Mr Jack | Crist! n'Il irris, of Mayli'elil, Jeft, Newcastle | Tlnir"sd^y"\yijlL ill,' intention ; |of driunu to Mildufi,"on tlie Mumv River, i •i distance of about ei;:lit hundred miles.-, j [" They will tju joined at' .Mildura hy their i I brother. * . Mr Walter "' Jtilroy ■ I [arris, I I'Ml.O.S. . The three ,ujll .continue" the | journey -icross'Mew South Wales to Uris rlwne.-'.. - .■ ■■■ . - ;■ I The Darling liiver will lie left at • Wi|. Icimm-fov « cut across country In. Broken Hill and White CIifTs. After linking hack | to Wilcannia, they will follow the river as I f.-.r Muneindi, nnd-then make for Clmile villo. The return will-lie.taken nlfni2 the ; noith coast district of Nor isoutli Wale s. .Mr Walter Harris, uho returned from Knjjlantl in November. holds Hie disliiictimi of beinij.the youngest Kelloivof the i1'iynl (je<vgi'diihic;tl Society, being only twenty lluee yeais of a^e nt the time of his elec linn. A...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GIRLS' AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 January 1914

GIRLS' ATr HOME. Know your own work, and do It. What is your work on leaving school? Isiit not (o learn to fit into your home? i\6:fehatil-.. when you got your remove, your duty.: was to get into the work of the nev» form, and to do it. You have now been moved to higher and far flipre difficult work than any sixth forniVyou are in the school of home. Are you learning its lessons, or are . you fretting for a remove? David Slowpay: I shall bring yon ■ .' Ca'ck those dark trousers to be re seat/d, .Mr. Snip. You know I-si' a good deal. . " • • Mr. Snip (tailor): All right; and 11 " 'yo.u'il 'brinfj the bill I sent you sii • ■ . tnOpUis anp. 1 will be pleased to re " • • cefpt that also. You know I've stood ■ * * uood deal.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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A Bishop the First English Pawnbroker. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 January 1914

A Bishop the First English Pawn ^ -. - broker, -v- .w ,-i. 'No one would guess that "Uncle" had so illustrious an ^ancestor as a right reverend prelate, yet tliis seems tojbe so. For pawnbroliing wasv first introduced into England by 'Michael do? Northburg, Bishop of London, in Edward-lll.'s reign. He set up an establishment for lend ing money to the poorer Londoners on portable property, and according to Dugdale, .if any sum so borrowed were not paid at the expiration o£ a year, the preacher at St. Paul's Cross was to announce that the pledge would-be sold in fourteen■'clays, unless previous-' ly redeemed.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howg Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 9 January 1914

POSTAL RATE8 AND R£CULATTOR| i:\Yi.mo tho term "The Commoii wealth is used iu connection with thoa« rati'a and regulations it includes IVpua Lord 1:Lo\vg Island, und Norfolk Island 1 L1STTKRS. l'or overy i ounce or fraction thereof. \ For delivery within the Common- j wealth , . • # II For delivery ia the British Ea- | piio 0 t; For dolivory in the New Hebri4»% j _ Hanks, and Torres Inland* ,, § § For delivery in 6thor places | || LETTEIi CA1U>8, For delivery within tl r rnmttniVMya i Single, Id. each; reply, Id. «*ofc For delivery in t)h« Britioh Kupir* (iim list of places c»d«f ''Tirtfnii ) Ma gle, Id. cucfa. . For delivery ia Now Hebiidaa, S*ak*, and Torres TtlitxU—3d. «2r For delivory in oiitsr "Jd. each. POST CARDS. Single Po«to»rdo impreMad witk tk> Id. stamp, and llsply or double card, each half of which hta the Id. *tanu> impressed thereon, may be transmitted to places within tho Commonwealth and to those places, enumerated ttnder "Letters," to which letters may bt ...

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