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

ACK HJNG, Chinese Doctor and Herbalist, Howard Place, BENDIGO, (Late of Maryborough) PRACTITIONER in Surgery and Medi cine, having passed examinations In Quton (China) as Chinese Doctor, and pfMllaed in the Hospital at San Ning City •r three \ ears, will Visit Ingle wood oa Thursday, April 2, And may* ba eonaaltad it Donaldson's Pelican Hotel from 8.90 a.m. to 4 p.». TESTIMONIALS: **Mr. Ack Hlng, Chinese Herbtliit, Maryborough.—I, the undersigned, bare much pleasure in testifying to the great good derived from Mr. Ack Hing's treat ment. lline months ago I was (track -with muscular paralysis, which ha* now left me owing to his herbal treatment.— E. Pbiw. Mknrhormwh." MI feel I «4nnot thank Dr. Ack Hing enough lor the kind attention to m'e while under treatment since June last. When in Weet Australia I injured myself in ternally, and in epite of the operations that performed, and the treatment of three doctors, no relief was afforded. When I returned to Victoria I visited Dr. Ack Hing...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Inglewood Races. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 March 1914

Inglevvood Races. ' fi " The annual meeting of the Injiluwoodi iHce clu!) wns held on Wednesday under favorable weather conditions. The atten I dunce wns not so ]j»r<»o as was expected, the | tire Inigndes' demonstation ab Bondigo attracting ninny locals) who would oilier wise have liven present, wliil • the Kdding : ton and Kneusli^y iimegisu-iod meetings' also militated agiinst' a lug attenrtfinuo of I the nice-going pnlilic. Tlie town anil' dis tiict was fairly well represented, however, 'while the spuci.il train from Ben'digo Inoughta fair following. The racing was nob up to the Jtandaid expected. The cx cellent entries received had led to tig fields liciiie anticipated, hub the. scratching pen, in nil events hut the Tint, h id unfoi tumita ly to be freely used. In tlie Trial Han dicap there were six scratching*, in the Memsio Handicap nine, live in the Jngle wood and Biidjjewater Handic ip, iind ten in the Federal Handicap, consequently thi" fields were sm ill. Tlio ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Eddington Races and Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 March 1914

Eddington Races and Sports. ■ Tlir annual meeting: was held on Wed nesday in line weather, ltesults :— ' Hair mile Flutter, of L3.—Earl of 'Cur lick (C-ulein-.t), 7.7,1 ; Misp Gnw.iti (Duns tun). 10 0, 2; Reveuue (Miueti), 8 7, X Ik'ttiii1,' : 2 to 1 ngst th« winner. Won by two lengths. | M liden Trot, of [jj. li inilo«.—Jack i(Ownci), I.; .Sunshine (Howell), 2 ; Paddy (Downs),.;!.- Betting ; 3 to 1 on- Jack. Won by 30 yaids. .. . Pony U-ice, of Li), 4 ; furlongs, 14 bands a.ii.—Mellia (Brown), 7.0,.1; l''un (B:»xtei), 7 0, 2 ; Trick, 7*0, . Hettinj;: 2 to 1 on Mfilba Silver Iiill won by, half->t-liead, but w is dixpmlilied on protest, by Melba's owner for incomplete performances. J'.udingtoii liHtKUcnp, of L12, one mile. '—Lurry (lirown), 10.12, 1 ; Osimlniiyli, 10.10, 2 ;Veires (Dim<st»n), 10.12, No other sUrter.-i. llcltiiiy: .'{ to 1 mi Liny Won l>y two lenjjllis Hitndicni) Tmt, of L7 ,1A miles'-—Jim W., 275 yds tilid scr, 1 ; W,ii"-t«r, 125 yds 'Mid, 2 ; Bonnie...

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

For CcugllK .ind Colds. Tjki Woods Great Peppermint Cure PUBLIC NOTICES. Dancing. MISS. VKRA.McSlA-HOX, 'PK.ACHKH of'Society, Ball-rooin Eti-j I qnetle of: Bull, Fancy .Step Dancing, wishes.to open a'claes ill Inglewood.| All intending pupils kindly forward names to Miss M. Awi.Knv by March 18. Terms, »0j. per quarter in advance. Latest <Uncing.tan»ht. Advanced pupilg. Per Ica-on ananyements for. private pupils attended to l>y. Mi*g Appleby. . "i Inubr*. . S hire of Epst Loddon. 'PlvN DKRR, addressed lo the President, I Mure Hall, Perperitine,'will be re rt-iveil up./to " Wednesday, March 18lh, Wl-I, at 2 p.m. for Coninet 223'. Formation, J mile, on Tcrrieks road,-sou lit of -Prairie. CnniraVt NoS224. About } mile of lorma iioji, jVpfl-rppajrs"" jo liri<lge_on the . TerncKB'i'oSil'at J. 31. Old's, parish of USniiiH'. . . Contract No. 225. Extension of foimation at W. Thomas's traIc, in parish of Tandiiipi; about 12 chains east, anil, ljox-cul'vert'.'. , . Pl...

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

Janiember East. (.From our Correspondent.) The official opening nf the new Mechanics' Institute will take place lowaids the end of the piesent month, hut owing to the contract™ being unable us vet to definitely announce the il'ite by which the building will be completed, the ex ict date also for the celebration cannot lie fixed upon. It has, however, been decided that a sport* meeting shall-be held in the afternoon, preceded by a sparrow match mid sweep stake commencing at fl.30 a.m. A liberal supply of birds will lie provided, conse tjuently. shooters should hive good sport. 'I ho sports programme will include —filtiny at the rill!!, Aunt Silly, high-jump, foot races, stepping a ch tin, bowling at wicket, goal kicking, nail diiving, sheep guessing, candle-lighting, quoit match, shooting gal lery and horse races, the hitter coinpiising a mile trot, half-mile gallop and pony trot. A bazaar will also be conducted, and refreshment stills jun. In the.ei'ening a conceit will be held and ...

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

' IALKS by auction. Thomas Morrow & Co, : Auctioneers, MTOCK AND STATION AGENTft, Inglewoodand Bendigo, ' lITiTH Dram-lies at Charlton, Wycbe ▼ ▼ prcof, Boort, I.ogan, Newstead Pyalonjj, Kilmore and Lance field. LAND and CLEARING 8A1.KB * -Conducted in all parts of tin: State. I.oans negotiated on broad aoroe at low rateB " Represent:— DalgetyandCo Limited. Pearson, Kowe, Smith and Co. - ;; T." Robinson and Co, Propty, l.td. Wiecher and Co, Superphosphate*. ■" •' Shttp and Cattle Trucks promptly secured and loaded. Sales of Stock . j WUI b« luU oa the iollowinji dalt» WTCHEPKOOI', TMadly, MARCH 24 OdAKLTON WedncaUav, MARCH 25 <SUAMBATOOK Thuraday, MARCH 26 •OOBT .. ... Fkiday MARCH 27 Amd avery aucceeding Foitmioht at each of a bore placet. Inglewood Market. 1HDR8DAY. APRIL. 2. r|^ni>MAB MORROW and CO. aunouucb J. tbat they will hold their uaual sale M above, at their yards, on the above d*U. whan thev will offer— Sheep, Cattle, &c. Logan Stock Sale TUE...

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

Advertise Your District! TO A 1.1- WHOM IT MAY CONCERN'. li;you wish your district to gain prom inence, do not kenp the knowledge of local happenings toyourtelf. If yon wish events in which you are interested to be made public, just Qrop a line to "The Advertiser" office in time to allow of arrangements being made" for a reporter lo attend, or, failing that,, try your own hand at reporting. Don't bother to anyi treat extent about.-.the composition of •irticleS r Just write fully, and clearly—the' editor .-will do.thp.rcst. ... Wcddiiige, deaths, accidents, concerts, (porta, social gatherings and personal paragraphs -are. all of interest, to your neighbors, and by drawitig public. aUenr tisii to your district you arc doing a good work.- . -. That there is reason for-/this reminder is not our fault.- "Wehave, unfortunately, oo miraculous power of knowing what is Imppeninffiivali the area .served..by this jounml," liut aro desirous, with your co operation, of lessening.our limitations....

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Inglewood Advertiser, FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 March 1914

,ifyr iugitfooob &b&<rlisfr, FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1914. The friends of Mr. Chas. Smellie, whose illness from typhoid fever has been pre viously reported, will regret to learn that his condition is such as to cause his rela tives ijrave concern. The secretary of the Inyltswnod Hospi tal (Mr. Sniuuel Deehlej. acknowledges with thanks the receipt of the folloninc::— 5s from Mis. P. Gillespie. The fortnightly A.N.A. meeting was held on Tuesday evening, Mv. 1'. Deniy.m, president, ptesicing. Three '"enelil mem bers w«ie elected, and tliree piopnsitinas fur membership made. It was decided to fonvaid by letter to the assistant secretin-}-, H. Leigh, the deepest sympathy of the brunch in the death of his brother, Member JC.'S. Leigh. Accounts amounting t.-i 1,8 15s were passed for payment. The secie tary reported a nett current account it. the bank of L57 lHs 2d. The payments a; the previous quarterly meeting, Lllfi lis CJ, had constituted a record for the branch. Th...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Church Notices. ANGLICAN. SUNDAY, MARCH 15th. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 March 1914

Cburcli Notices. ANGLICAN. SUNDAY, MARCH loth. Inglewooil— 8 a.m., 1I.C. 11 a.m., Mattins. 7 p.in., Evensong. Simpson's Creek— ' . 2 p.m., Evensong Kingnwcr— 3 45 p, in., Evensong All services l>y tlie Vicar. Korong Vale — 11 ii.ni., Malting. 7.30 p.m., Evensong. Powlett— 8 p.m., Evensong. All aervioen by Mr. Walter Waller;'."

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Bulk Handling of Wheat. PREMIERS CONFERENCE TO CONSIDER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 March 1914

Bulk Handling of Wheat, , PREMIERS CONFERENCE TO " | • ' CONSIDER. ' . - Among tlio subjects listed for discussion liy the'Premier's Conference at I lie end'.of ' the* month is that of the hulk h »ndliii)4 of wheat. The Royal Commission of Inst ' • year, sifter an exhaustive inyesti»:vtion,..J:e , ' ojiiiniendL'd the Victoiinri Government to inst il the Imlk >y.»tein in this Suite on tlrc ; giound that its ultimate operation ivi.uld ''effect'considerable savings and advantages " tn the piimuy producers. The ulna;.was ' that at the initiation of any elevator scheme the grain-growing districts should liedivided - into complete unit systems, eich to be 'consecutively developed with suitable ud ;ditionitl terminal elevator -Accommodation ''tonieet subsequent requirements. Country elevators should be erected «t representa tive points. The heavy cost of the scheme, . liowevi;r, precluded the Government from e'aibarkiti^ on such an important 'scheme 'Hurriedly. The nutter wilhbe thoroug...

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Korong Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 March 1914

Korong Shire Council. MONTH I, V M RK'I I N'C. -The monthly nirt-tini; « i« I,..Id ,il ili« .Shiny Hull, WiiiMi'ilniit!, mi 'I'IihimUj', l'resent,— Crs. U'Miifii (pri!>'d.-nO, \V|iit.>, Sweeney, Kiniry. AiiiIivih, K,.|'v iml (jiny. An apology was iie,'ivtd fi. in .Johnston. " ' flOIII'KSPONIIHNTK. From U-iilwny Oepirtnu'iif, perllnn.T. Langdon, M.L.A., statin" lh\t if piisMli't arrangements will lie made lo all'.ird ii sup. ply nf water from l'endijzo for the irquire. ments of WeddeiInirn anil Km Mm* Vile, Ht the following lates IVi tank- -if J,20<) colons, Jos ; fl» 201)0 uhIIuiih, ]8s!)J, do' uver 20(H) gallon*. 22s (U. — Heceived. Fioiii Railway Depaitinuiit., .-biting .tlint the cmnpliiiiit in regard tn the stile nf the ladies' vvaitini; room at Mysi.i was being inquired into.—-Iteceived. i. From If. C. Robert? and eight other ratepayers in the smith riding, with a re quest to have the road lending tpUlenalhyn rail way station, past tlni propel ties oil [.Messrs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 March 1914

F"1' Children's Hacking (Daugl) \\oods Great Peppermint .Curo ' ' "

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Approaching Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 March 1914

Approaching Sales. March 18.—Cleaiing salo of household furniture and effects At Verdon-strot't, on behalf of Mib J. Wntkin**,,—Thorns* .Morrow and Co., auctk'nuer*. Mutch 18.—Cioiriny hhIo fit Koron<; }ralc (if horses, sheep and imp'ement?; on behalf of Messrs. W. and 8. Chun* bors.—;Mf. K Wallis and Co, auction eers. - ' March IJfst.-—-Cloiii it)g siltj ;\t |£inyj]**iM of horses, aittks nnuhinefy*" impje® muntn and sundries, on huh Jf of **\ il« Huh Molinllle. — Alt*. IS. Willis *&■ Co , auctioneer*. .; •• •• ' March 24 —Cleatin# sale S alisbury nn behalf of A. II. MoPhei'Soii;* — Thomas Motttr.v and C >♦ .S(>eno<i«', Vaius and Co., auc'.iouecis in c»mju Hull. : March '2(i. —Cluaiin-^ silo il. JJji|>enlin® nf Iwaae.s slit't'p kiuI ' i'lijjleiii.jiit-1.',,N Mmlf of Mr. C'li .s C..rni>!i - J; Watfon and Co , auci ioiiet1**; March 111.—Lnyan stock >ali\-r"vTii"nn* Mot vow ami Co , luelioueeis. Aptil *2 — Iiiylcwood.-tock-aly --Tli Morrow a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 March 1914

* r How I iSaved My,#a|rV "My h'jir «f.s thin,' shoii, '"iljy sd<J buttle. Every tune f In uslictl:nr~t!oi|ib«(i it I-ugo (|iiaiitiiies cunc nut, ajidkJ''li»d tig i;uii to fear that soon I should lio' entiiely bald. A specialist' whom I consulted mill nunc was a {jniLiun 1 illy bad o:ue of dand ruff—so bud that lie knew ofiinly oiie thlnn winch lie uuuld hope-would iivurcortie the trouble~and restore my soint trusses tn their formor luxuriance mid beau'y. Hi) told me'to yet my chemist to prepare a lolion composed of three ounces of bay ruin, and one ounco (if Ijivona do compnsee and-rpurtei dnm menthol ciystils, und to mlKthis.into the sculp twice >i day with the linuur lips. I was sceptic it, but did m 1 was told. ■ To my deliyhted- iislpniiihinunt I sikiii .mmoed that my b ur bad', stopped fallnij; out, and hi n fen- weeks my bend was covered null a new yiiuvlh.iif dinvny li iir.-,. I coii'.iuiied the use of the lotion until I possessed a head of. hiir, ,all my own, ...

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THE LATE MRS MAKEPEACE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 March 1914

THE LATK MRS MAKEPEACE. Mr Kelly further moved that the sym pathy of the committee lie conveyed by letter to Member Makepeace, his family arid hrother, at the deith of Ilia mother. This was seconded by Mr Metelniiinn mid earned.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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SPORTING. TENNIS. TOURNAMENT MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 March 1914

SPORTING. TEiN'NIS. / TOt'RNAMKNT MATCHKS. A Imsy afternoon wns experienced at tlio local courts'mi .S.ttin d.iy, when)several tminninunl. matches were played *>IT. In llio Men'sSin^les Often defeated J. Suther land after an intereKtin« encounter which ended 0—.0, II —o, Dr. Doiavin defeated G. Gladpian, and C. Gladman lioat Brockle liunlc, all encounteis being followed with interest. In the Men's Doubles C. GUd nmn and Smith disposed of Bailey and Mel'herson in two straight set?, the first producing some really nojd tennis. In the Ladies' Doubles the Misses G. and I. Glad- > mm, owe 40, weie opposed to Misses Smith and Gray, owe 15, lint the former found their handicap too great, and after a long'tussle they worn lieaten in str«i»ht sets. Missl'aysom v Miss lioston, in the , Ladies'- Singles, proved an interesting ! match which ran- into three sots, Mi«i Taysoin eventually winning. There was a (lame, attendance of spectators, and after noon tea was provided liy the ladies. . ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 March 1914

OBITUARY. lii the last'issue of tlio''AJveVtiser" it was repoited that Mr Charles .Austin Smellie, of Geelong, liut formerly of Ingle wood, was seriously ill from typhoid fever. Tnfpriiiiition^v^if received on Friday morn ing that tliej attack- had proved fa til, and llmt dentil had ensued during the previous night. Deep and stncore regpot was ex pressed at the sad tidings, as MrSmellib was ivell and favorably known throughout j the town uud district, lie wis for years a partnor in the firm of Leigh and Smellie, butchers, of Brooke-street, and in this con nection gained a large circle of friends. He took a keen interest iii the town's wel fare, and for some years occupied a seat oil the Borough Council, holding the position of Mayor in the yeais 1901 and 1A02. Mis photo now h^ngs with those of the ex Mayois of the Loroijgli in the Council Chamber. He was for many years captain of ihe lire brigade, and for lengthy set vice rendered in- that cupicity was entitled to wear an ex-captain...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 March 1914

Commonwealth Mkjfanft of Australia MBAD OFFIOB 8YDNBY j : »h »anHt o*n tor all ciaMe. of QENERAL BANKING BUSINEM M BQUITABLB BUILDINQ, OOLUNS STREET, MELBOURNE 41t» M 1/40*7, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobirt, Brisbane, Rockhampton, Townsrllle, ft id Londta. 'OtklnmittlHiji tnadto to, id J draft* drawn on foreifn place* direct. Foreign bllli nefatiated tad coUaetad. LetUri of credit Issued to any part' of the world. Bill* negotiatad or forwardad for eaOactloa. Baakinf «nd Exchange Burnt** of every description transacted witbia the Common* VMltb, VslUd Kinjfdnr:i and abroad. Current accounts opened. Xntetest paid on Sxsd deposits. Adiuoas uds l*aini', approrsd securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT 4 wmiuw mrtwi ofn—i iit wui»i mmuiiit iNMha In tba abort dtisa and 9,000 Ag»n«l— at Post Offlces throughout th« Craaiaawsaltfc. >■>11111 fnm V t* UOO. Intaraat al *'/. wr annum. ••PMHl •» WitMfMNUa Bay ba Bade at any Branch or Ijaocy within tba CouMwattk MMU KSLL Btren Oorauot. January,...

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Inglewood Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 March 1914

Inglewood Hospital. Tbo monthly menting ol the coinmii ice of mnnajjRiiient vv.is luild at the inijUuiUou on Thursday afternoon. L'rosbiitMessrs A. Barnes (president),-.T. U. Metelmann (vice-president,), F. K. Iloran, W. ltiflsett, T. F. O'Brien, T. NcImip,- E, Makepeace md W. 0. .1. Knlly. An apolnyy was received from Mr .Johns. (:'iiiiii:sroNi)i'.xcK. From F. .1. Milliken, lien sec. liooit Bund, unclosing cliequo for £"17 5s (id, amount allotted to tlio institution from Hospital Sunday gatherings hold under tin [auspices ofthe band, and for which Mr G. iLacy has been nominated a life-governor jto the hospital.—Mr Mutelmann moved .that a special vote of thanks he sent and j that the nomination of life-governorship be confirmed.—Seconded by Air Bissett and carried. Frorii .N. Olson, secretary Klieola .sports-, j asking to bo supplied with collectors' lists. —Attended to l>y secretary. From ' the 111 itron, complaining of the electric light beiug off recently for about 11 week fro...

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Clearing Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 March 1914

Clearing Sales. Thomas Morrow mid Co. report himng held a very successful cle*riu>; wile nt Burke's Fl'it on Friday, Ctli .March, in the estate of Tli'oa. 0ilmiiitr (deceased) Thrre whs 11 veiy liiifjc attend uiro and cunpptitinn *\ as . &or.id. Horse.*, ettlle, , farm imple ments and machinery soid "at, full values On .Tuesday, March lOth,- Tlmm in M- r. roll-:ind Co. conducted in LX>i.n<He gIlmi inrf snlb at Eiiiii, on . ucciunt 'of..' Alp-iv*' Cli'ippU linw.,- of hni>8.*, slie^-p, fnm I niiplcuientfl aiid n'mcliinei v., TIhmu was vicpreiicnUtiye nlfenifij-ca of buyer* from I nil pirto,.anil ujri-ry l)jt wag sol# to goii'd computition liy auction. The foirowing nip* soma-of - thu- pticBH-;—Six and^7-ye.ir-ald' mure#, L27, L2p to L35:10i; do. guiding, L23 to L83 ; /nil's, L8 10s ; yearling colt3 nnd fillies. L4 to LO 10<; bu^jy horsee, to L10.milking oows, L5.9s-; (-printers, L7 12:i ; merino ewes, 13s Gd ; ploughs L17 10s and L20 10s ; drill,...

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