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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 March 1914

■ALES BY AUCTION. Thomas Morrow & Co, Auctioneersi STOCK AND STATION AGENTS. Inglewood and Bendigo, WITH Brandies at Cliarlton, Wyche proof, Boort, I-ogan, Newstead | Pyalong, Kilmore and Lancelleld. LAND and CLEARING SALES t Conducted in all parts of th<; State. Loans . negotiated on broad acres at low rates ?*■ •'Represent :— I>a1gety and Co Limited. • Pearson, Rowe, .Smith and Co. T.' Robinson and Co, Propty, Ltd. ■Wiseher and Co, Superphosphates, v "■ .""Sheep and Cattle Trucks promptly secured ~—and loaded. Sales of Stock Will b« bald on the following dates WYCHEPBOO*. Tuesday, MARCH 10 CdAKLTOl* Wednesday, MARCH 11 QUAMBATUOK Thursday, MARCH 12 BOOST ... ... Friday MARCH 13 And nery succeeding Fobthioht at each oi above places. Inglewood Market 1HCRSDAY. APRIL 2. ri'HOSIAS MORROW ana CO. announce A. that they will bold their usual sale M above, at their yards, on the abovp (tele, when they will"offer Sheep, Cattle, &c. Logan Stock Sale □TUESDAY, M...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 March 1914

Advertise Your District! TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, II you tvisli your district to gain prom inence, do not kc.'i tho knowledge o( local happenings to yourself. If you wish events in which von vie interested to hp made public, just </jo|> .1 lino to " Tho Advertiser" oflico in time to allow of arrangements being niadc for a reporter to attend, or, failing that, try your own hand at reporting. Don't bother to any great extent about the composition of articles; just write fully ami clearly—the editor will do the rest. Weddings, deaths, accidents, concerts, sports, social gatherings and personal paragraphs are all of interest to your neighbors, and by drawing public atten tion to-your district you are doing a good work. That there, is reason for this reminder ie not our fault. Wo have, unfortunately, no miraculous nower of knowing what in happening in all the area served by this journal, but are desirous, with your co operation, of lessening our limifatioiis. Write the n...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 March 1914

GIVES INSTANT RKUKF. 'Tor Eix years I have been a sufferer from colic," writes Mr. R. 0. Pliilps, Dutton, S.A., "but now when I get these attacks J iake Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoe? Kemedy, and find that it gives me immediate relief. I can confidently lecommer.d it fir tolic or other stomach: complaints ; two or three doses will give instant relief." ' Sold by W. Jennings, storekeeper,_Ingletvood and Mysia. |

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Inglewood Advertiser, TUESDAY, MARCH 10. 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 March 1914

TUESDAY, MAItCH 10. 10M. A most. unfortunate accident happened} to Miss 15. I'lilie, second daughter of'Mr. t S. l.iilie, on Fridny afternoon. When] giving water to cine of her father's hoise.»j the animal kicked her in tho bick. 'l'lit; ( young lady was injuied to tho extent of having onoiib broken and another cracked, [ besides being badly bruised. Luckily the animal was not shod, otherwise the in ! juries must h ive been much more severe. She is at ptesent an inmate of Mrs. Humphrey's private hospital. Tho secretary of the Inglewood Hospi tal (Mr. Samuel Decide), acknowledges with thanks the receipt of the following:— L5 from Mr W. 0. Leigh ; Ly from Mrs Peter Gillespie, Kingower ; fruit and vejo j tables fioin Church of England, Simpson's] Greek, pel Kov. Mr Grant; 1 c:ise ofyinpus * from Mr Robert I'nion, Kingower. That it is not nil "joy" being tliu oflicial head of public efforts is t;eneial]y known, but not often i.-t the head of a charitabla JnioTeuient threatened with that...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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THE INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 March 1914

• • . JTHE-IXqUtRY. ' -An' inquiry "into the circumstances sur rounding the death was conducted by Mi tt'. O; Gout Is, deputy-coroner, atSerpon tine on Saturday morning. The only witness called was Charles Gladman, who deposed t.hatntahont8 p.m. 011 Thursday evening he was at the store. Fie heard a terrilile explosion, and then jaw the deceased lunning out of the storo tonm screaming and covered in dimes. The flames weie put out by means of a blanket. Aftenvaids he saw deceased was badly burnt about the arms and body. A verdict of accidental death, causcd by bums and shock ciusert by the explosion of a tin of methylated spirit.", was returned. Tlio intenncnt ton!: place on .Sttiirday afternoon .'it lilt- Iiiulewo.Hl cemetery. Tile cortege was tine of the most lenythy ever seen in the distiict. Kilty vehicle.- followed the remains fnun Serpentine, and many othois joined I he process-inn lit various points ahum the routu until the nnniher in- swelled to nearly 100. An impressive Imri ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Serpentine Hospital Fete. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 March 1914

Serpentine Hospital Fete. A meeting of the committee of the recent   Serpentine Hospital Fete was hold at Ser pentine on Saturday evening. Mr T.   Wickham presided, and there were present Messrs J. Bissett, J. White, T. O'Neill, R. Hamilton, C. Taylor, E. O'Neill, J. Aitken and W. G. Coutts (joint hon, secre   tary).   A letter was received from Mr D. Suther land, solicitor, of Wedderburn, stating he was acting on behalf of Messrs White Bros:, of Nine Mile, and asking for a copy of the statutory declaration made by the owner of Cecil, winner of the Maiden Trot, as to the correctness of his performances, together with a copy of the said performances.—On the motion of Messrs Taylor and Hamilton it was decided that the desired information be forwarded, the writer to be also in formed that no signed entry had been made by Cecil's nominator. In connection with the Ifundicip Trot in which the, protest lodged ii-mmst A. AYhitelcy's Waiste...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ORDINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 March 1914

ORDINARY MEETING. The oidinary monthly meeting was then ''It the motion of Messrs. Jennings and Tuime it «'»9 decided that the sympathy nf the committee in tho death of his mother . he conveyed to Mr. Makepeace. Correspondence wis.rend from 8ever.il ■citv'liims oil the subject of repairing the ,,1,1 school bell and the supply of a new lt huing decided after con«ideintion to inform the. Kducation Department th.it it wis intended to purchase a new- bell, and ask tint- the department contiilmte one lulf the cost. ItKl'ORTK. The secretiny reported having been in formed by thehealth-officer that the school litter required cleaning, and having obtained instructions from a manufacturing firm us the vvorlc should be carried out. .Mr. Smith, head. master, lepoiteii the '" net tttendiiice for February was—Prim ny, lill : higher elementary school, 48. An increase of four in (he primary school unci 14 in the higher school was shown. Being unable to visit Ilie outlying schools he had pent circul...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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State School Committee, ELECTION OF MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 March 1914

btatc. School Committee, f jjiECTIt>^pP MEMBERS.^ .4' meeting 6f parents-was held at tlie I State School oil Mnndny evening to doil1 witlr tlia election of mcnibors of the school I committee. Mr. H. Smith presided. There w,id : but » small attendance of thoso in (crested. I A healty vole ot tJinukn to llio icLi;in_'J (.nmmittuo ■'«•»•■? cai ricil on tlio ■ motion ufj • Mr. Sniilli, wliii, ill refoniri},' to (lie good I iyork accomplished, exprus.ted (lie hope that all would accept .re-election, nnd that tlie fume harmonious relations would pro v-.-iil iik in lfie Tlie only m.uiiti'itioiis received weru llinse of tlie retiring members, Messrs. .A. Jennings W. Palmer, J. Tnrpie, E. Make peace, A. Currie, Rolit. PliiHips and J, A1. Jtonslmw. Thuso were accordingly de cliwed July elected. Mr. Jennings ivhs re-elected chairman and Mr. Palmer sec retary, i)"th being deputed to attend to the duty of treasurer, as heretofoie. Thanks fur their election were «x pressed by the Mr .TenningH ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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POMPAPIEL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 March 1914

POMPAPIEL. Several farmers have already started sowing, and.in uinther week roost of them wi expect in begin. A very Urge area will be put under cropthia year. The weatlier keep® dry, hut all are getting suf icient water for hnu-uhriM piirpnued from Uio UaiHnK-i-Ma lee channel, the i.ump on *No- hntlge. heing in constant use at present. Most;people Imd their dama tilled tiefore the Tsianecnni iu weir gave nut, and now ihe wate.- is liring run out of th» channel in several phce.- to |j|| other danii.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Chronicles of Rheola. CHAPTKR III. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 March 1914

Chronicles of Bheola. J.D.K.Z. CHAPTKR III. I. And ite'ium to piasthat of the two strange men who did wonder that an in Ktiument of sweet, music was not in the. tuhevn^cl", yea, even th« UHetnacle l>y the inn, one was m-.ule a sciiHd. I 2. And lie did call * meeting, ye*. even 'a pulilio meeting, for all the people of tile [valley* and the hill*. • 3. And notices were eisnt ovpr til the land, yen, to *11 the little villous in tile littlo valleys in the fond round nhout. 4. And to this meeting; fiom the little valleys and from plice." afar off, did come' men and lioyi*, yea, even old men who h*d spoken of nil in>liument for sweet musie when they were hoys. ■ .. . 5. And at this meoting was estalilinUedft | fund, and men were appointed to gather in money in order to buy. nn iuitrnrnyit of .sivcet music, and tlie^e inVn- iveie> called• piano committee. ■ i >. . (>. And one man, yea, even the nmn from the e«st, was m ule serilie thereto. And the money was to he held liy a...

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Employer and Employe. CAUSE OF INDUSTRIAL UNREST. Sydney, 9th March. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 March 1914

Employer and jigplb^. CAUSE OK IN DUSTHIA IV .UNKE8T. ADDRKSS HV AIICI!Ul.SHOP-KELLY. .Sydney. Uth'Maicli. A spociil feature of tli«J mldiess liy Arch liislwp Ku!!y Ht 1 lie; foundation rlone cent mony -it llur.«lville yesterday <r-»s lliu rel« tiihis between employer mid employe. Aiclilii>)i"p Kelly H'kiii.tliHt tfie present (Utc of iifl'.kiix I'xNted in ilie inuust'mj world I.ec.iusB CJlii i-tmiiily cliii 'not join muster tnd nmn lief. They would not estnbli.-li their pnic ictl rules of hu.-inefs on principle* of Chii-li-tnity, which were ju" lice mill cli 11 ily. "Y■ -n f»n make now l*ivi«, new conciliation lurui's ami so forth," uddud Aiclilii.-li"p Kk'Iv, luit «lien you nt ■■ dunlin!! with llio p=i—i lis nf ineii, excited liy selli-lines?, Ihey will trample upon your nnd rich-men cuiy (luit' suits from couit t<> couit. They c.m-Kfitspecial plead ers, nnd defeat j11>t mt'ii ; hut now the iren »iu liMinini: the seeiec lh*t by pimply downing toi ls l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 March 1914

Are Your Kidneys Weak? ■ 1 hnuMiiilsi ii.it u U<(ney troulileurn! never know it,. \\ iwV. mul nnheiillhy kidney* rtre lesponMlile foi min e sicktiP.J.s Lhun any other di>en>L* ;theiefore, when tlnou«h neglect fu other causes kidney triiulile"u peiniiMcrf. to. continue, fatal le.uilts are sii.-e.i-) folio*. Your other or''»ns may need attention,; lnit your kidneys most. tiecHuse they do most mid neod mention hr,t. If jou *lu sick or "feel ludly," be Ijiii taking Uonu's lincknche Kidney Pill* -ind ..s soon as your kidneys n e well they will help allelic other organs toheilth. \ tun! will convince anyone. lUnd thia testimony. Mr. Rolmit .Sutil.iliy, .Suuf-keeper, Klienh, near Inglotvood, suy< • "I ||<jv# uned Doan's IWk.ielio Kidnt*y Pills in my uniil/f hiul round llifin lit be an excellent lemedy My d.iuulitei lind >ve«k kidney.-. ?/'-i Im,'' llunk I-»'*nV IWUcI • Kidney Pills for cu.in- her. • We p,»Ue themrmt'ijrn, for t Ii^y tle^ciTL* nrni-...

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SPORTING. TENNIS. TOURNAMENT MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 March 1914

SPORTING. o» TENNIS. TOlT FIN A M KNT MATCHES. The folloreins additional tonrnament match has been played :— Smith, owe 10, heat Tatehell, o«e !'-6 of in, 0—2, 2—6, 0—2. The following matches require to he played off by to-morrow. In the event of any not being completed (hose players in default will be scratched :— Men's Singles: — Brocklebnnk v C. Gladman; McPlierson v Vanston ; G. Gladman v Deravin; Owen v J. B. Sutherland; A. B. Sutherland r Cameron. Ladies' Doubles: — Misses Gray and Smith v Misses, G and I. Gladman; Misses Taysom and Quick v Misses Coutt« and Cavanagh. Ladies' Singles:—Miss Smith v Miss Quick; Mies G, Gladman v Miss 1. Glad man; Miss Taysom v Miss Boston; Miss Jennings v Miss Burgess. Xew competitors have 'jeen'handicapp ed as follows:—Men's Doubles—Lamont and Taysom, owe 15 and li-fl; Brocklc bank and A. B. Sutherland, owe3-G of 15. Men's Singles—A. B. Sutherland, owe 15; Cameron, owe 15. Mixed Doubles-Miss Boston and McPlierson, scratch. Ladies' Singles—Miss ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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MINING. WELCOME SYNDICATE. GOOD PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 March 1914

MINJNG. WELCOME SYNDIOATR. ROOD PROSPECTS. X meeting of tho above syndicate was hsld lust week, Mr \V. N'eal presiding. Themanager (J. lJutcher) repmted :—At 70ft level h'vye risen 25ft; got. out 50 tnn< worth 1 < r 5, dwt-s per ton : stone etsily obtained. At 170ft level working nld xtopes about 7ft wide ; working tin hanging w^ll side .'iff Cins ; nil payable dirt. Specimen." wnitli hl)Out an ounce to the ton taken from the deepest level were exhibited it the meeting, and considerable s-atisfaction was cxpiesscd at the fnorable nature of the prospects.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 March 1914

Bonninglon's Irish Moss | ADVERTISING. There is no Butiness that cannot be Benefited by live, judiaioua advertis ing, la country towns the peoplein business swuetjmes say, "Why thMU I . advertiae ? Everybody knows where I am and what I sell." Bat that u an error. It can be proved eiaoneous by tie Railway 'aad Coach nmnifeata and the parcels post lists at «0y provincial centra ia whM the local fcwin»M men fail to realise the need (or keeping the people in toiMfc wiUx all they k»« to Mil and how they wU it. It ia aafe to a«*ert that'by far the greater part of the goods that come from the chiee through Bail orders could be obtained looally oT as good quality and bus cheaply as tb* city Iwaaea can supply. But people seed to be educated up to this, aud it 'm through the advertising oolamae of the Local Newspaper that the education caa fc* effected. Moreover tbe Baaineea maa't aaaoaaoMaeat in the Local Newspaper is a standi^; invitation to do bueiaeM with hi*. Jiad that carries weight *v«...

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CRICKET. LODDON VALLEY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 March 1914

CRICKET. LODDON'VALLEY ASSOCIATION. The cricket match between Tuna«u!la and Arnold ira.<< concluded on SatuidRj last,. Tainagullv winning-the mutch and. incidentally llio premiership. The I/iane~ conrie team arc the runners-up in this asso ciatinn. Next Saturday will pee the com menceiiient of the final mutches of the tinnl lound of the Reason's association garnen. Laanecnoiie.joiiiney. to Arnold/ Woodstock to THin.it;ulla, nnd'Llanelly to Nswhridge. The other two matches phyed l.ist Salur day resulted in L'lanecoorie lieiting Llnnfelly and Woodstock heating Noivhiidge. The apsoci'ilion gxniefi throughout tho yonr hive heen 'most enjoyable, nearly all of the games liein« of an even nature. No hitch. occurred, tins utmost memlbnefss prev.itl ■ iii« lighfc tliiou«il<, tincl the liest team 1111 donbtedly mm I ho premiership. Fullotviii<: are the scores in Imt Saturday's match :— Tikrnngulln,' 1st inniujjs ... . ... 140 **tark.aoui*iii| 2nd ia...

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Approaching Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 March 1914

Approaching Sales. March 18.—Cleaiing sale of household furnituie and effects at Yerdou-street, oil behalf (if Mis J. Watkin?.—Thumbs Morrow and Co., auutieneen. March 18.;—Cleirinc sale at Koion^ Vale of horses, sheep and implement.", on behalf of .Messrs. \V; and S. Cham • liers.—-Mf. E. Wall is ami Co, auction cers. M irch 2lst.—Clearing silo at Kinypaniel of horses, cattle,' machinery, imple ments and sundries, on behajf'of ^Vil -linn Mcfiuflie.—A If. E. Wullis A Co., auol ioneers.' March 24.—Clearing. Hale, at Salisbury oh behalf of A. 11. McPherson.— Thomas Monpw *nd Co, Spencer, Vains and Co., auctioneers iu conjunc tion. March HI.—Logan stock sale.—Thomas Mm row and Co., auctioneers. Apiil 2.—Ingleivoodstocksale.—Thomas .Morrow and Co., auctioneers. April '2.—Subdivision! sale of GiiO acres firehold'at Siliftbury, under instruc tions in-iii Mr. K.. II. AkPherson.— Tllou.fts Moriuw and Co., auctioneers.

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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island,and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 March 1914

I POSTAL RATI! AN? fteeULATnm [Where the term "Th« Common. * }s usef "? oopnectiin with these r" f ?.nd reguJ*faon» ft inciudet Pnpu4j Lord Ho « e Island and Norfolk Island/} LETTEBfl. tor every ) 0Q(ic* M fraction thereof, for delivery within tie OobUbob* wealth '»•« • 1 For deliver; ia Hk* Britiah HI*' pire ...... t 1 far delivery in the New Banks, and Torrei TilsrtM ,}"• I For delivery in otbtr p]aoet .. 9 l| LETItft CAIUtt, For delivery For delivery is j^8^|^jiy|W jp gle, Id, tuMik, for delivery is Kmt UllliiM. ftaaka, an* Torwa Til—d» O. OMfc. For delivery irn mthm wimm— HmI*, 2}d. each. POST Single Poataafd* i»pre«i#d idtfc toe Id. utacap, uvd -Beply 6*. 4wV* dards, eacli half of wkiek £m Ae 14. cUtnn impressed th^roon, may bfe tf nain'ttea to place* within the CommanweaH^, and to those place*, numviiU Mnder to v^ich letter* nu b« transmitted at the rate of id. J#/ Jo». These cards may- alto be forwiMea to placet otfcer t&aii those mentioned above, provided that an ext...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 March 1914

MAKE HIM FEF.I, YOUNG. "I had pains in tlie cheet nod stomach wliieli ilie doctor said were due to indi eeetion," writes Mr. E Heale);, Saddler, Kaurimu, N.Z. "As his medicine did me no good I was advised io try Chamber lain's Tablets, and did so. I got imme diate relief, and am now never without i hottle in my room. I am a very old man. but Chan,b.erlajn's Tablets make me feel well and young." Sold by W. Jenu'^m. itorekeepep, Jnglewood tnd Myajg.gJJJJJ

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SIMPSON'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 March 1914

SIMPSON'S CBEEK. (fRUM Ol'lt roRKKSI'ONilKST.) 'I'lic Methodic liuvivi ft-.-iivKl siivic« vv.ci held hero m, .Smxl-.y „f, u,t. I lie sch.ml had it-,in t.,M,.f,i'|y,|,.cn,,.tnl f,;r the t.ccsMnii, a Imuu <Ji*p'„.y "f tin- Mia-inn1,,' product* in rvMen.!... Tlii-r.. «•„, „ largo coiiLMPutali-wi JH'OCIlt, \ .1 . * liicll l.liu Rev. Ai DiUriitli pri-achi'd uiinrn. prUtii suiriKin from L<|, Cor, y.,| cliuutri wi?hvS3T-rw- ",0"" ■••sVi

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