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Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 March 1914

Land Board. A. ' local Land llo ud was . held at 'l>' court house on Friday afii;ni<io:\N *■! (i J. Jackson, lutid otticer, Bendign, c.ii.iin:.;. Tin- following applications wylo dealt with :— W. G. Butler, 40 acies, allot 9G, sec C, parish of S ilisbuiy Wi'sb.r—Grinted. Samuel K. Crisp, 184a 2r ,23p, allot 9, sec 0, parish of BrennnaU.—Uttfused, us applicant was not competent to select the whole of the urea, and it ivns^nofc deemed advisable to reduce the block; James Pernio, 137 acres, 'illt.fc.J2. sec C, parish of Btenauah.—Granted, subject to payment of tho valuation for the improve ments. ' . Harriet 15. Stranger was cilled uprn to show ciuse why tlio licence for 3 acre?, palish of Boort, should not be cancelled. Thoie was no appearance of the licensee, and tho inquiry, was'postponed.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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WEDDING. VINNICOMBE—KEILAR. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 March 1914

WEDDING. V INNI CO Si ilE—K U! L A li. ji A vt'iy pretty iveddi'g was celebrated ill the Horung Presbyteri-m Chinch on Wed nesday," when Miss Eileen Kt-ilar, eldest daughter . nf Mrs. Thomas LaidUw, of '•Bonnie Doon."" porting, was united to Mr Aithur Vinnioomhe. of "Huistwood," Fernihurst. The chinch was most taste fully decorated for tho occasion. Festoons of flowers and foliage and arches of green ery presented quite a pleasing appearance, and furnished an attractive color scheme with the intermural decoration? of ; the church. Th« ceremony was performed by i the Rev. O. A: Stewart, of Boort. The bride was charmingly nttired in an ivory silk dress with lace overdress and the cus tomary wreath and veil, and carried a shower -bouquet. Shu was attended by four bridesmaids. Miss Jessie Iieilnr (sis ter of the bride) and Miss ' KUm Wills (cousin of tho bride) were each dressed in cream ombioidcied voile, and wore mop cips and cm iod bouquets with gold .-tn'uni eri. Miss Vinnicombe (si...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Markets. COUNTRY STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 March 1914

The Markets. ... .^COUNTRY STOCK/SALES.,.,, Atosrsr -.T' li. Lemlinp :md Co. report . • hiving conducted ..llu'ir • Tin tniglitly stock 'iiC'Lutni coin ie""T.n Wednesday 'lust,. , H'J.tun 'tliii! lisuul attciiclunou . ("if public. ■ Midtr,nde HsseinMud. 1 lie yurding of fheep nils lighter ih'in fuuul. while n -nbiifc )Mtd ' ing of;; cime forward. ;j i'I'!ie trade f!!>"ei'»ti'.d -fiut'ly nt piiqes". in a<Iv:(inio of. iiny.dlipsrS|iit>it»le to tli«i|' F?54k»mcn(s.• )ft-• Jiy<Hb pi'^fts merino •. ' "Vftftlief-i, 1:)h tci 1 ii'-tci'nssVilp'd'L'WL'?, tii Jt'is ' . .12; (Id; 14.=, to. 15s !td ;-.ei«?'s 1-.wethers, to 17s ornsslued oives, in liiliilij iri.s'fld'; c/nvK to I.I) fls ; lightwWulU • lieifers,. T.4 to L5 I4< ; 2-yr-nld steers, I>-1 to L4:<iT«i'13.>t<r<tiVt (-18 months), L2 los. We Hold for Messrs. C. Johnson, li. . Andeisvin, Ml.-s ijiMniv, '\v. cWl*A,*C. ^ oiingluialmnd, W. Jennings and Son, mid othe...

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District Resident's Experience in City. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 March 1914

District Resident's Experience in City. When Petei-Cashmcame from Weddevr hurri ;to Foofscrny on S.iturdny,evening, the 7th inst'., lie appeared to have been in seatch of compani'inship, und found it. The lesult of his "night out" was the »p peaianco of a thick-set young. unn named Godfrey. Erner-t. Callard • no; .-Tuesday's sitting of till' FuotScruy court.' "'charged' ivith unlawfully nss'iuJthig Ca.-hin, whoso cut- up and discolored eyo afforded' some evidence of tlio uature of hii experiences. The evidence went to .-show th.it Cn-hin readied Footsclay at 10.30 on .Saturday evening, and had a few drinks' tvitlrsoiue young fellows he met. After .hotel, closing hours- he met Callard, who h id two bottles of beer in his pocket. Infuimailt said, he would about supper if Callaid opened one of his bottles.' Callard agreed,. and at Fawcett's oyster saloon : had a ^ciaytish, while Cashiii'lrid:' a duck.' Trouble arose later, blows were nti'uck,'and infoiinant, after being knocked do-vu, ...

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

^ ACK HING, ' Ch^|8e ,Doctorand .Herbalist, , . Howard.JPIace, BENDIGO, _y.v.(LateQ.f Maryborough) 'N $.1 • pJtACTiTIONEjl in Bargery nttd M«U- .. A ^''Mne.'l&ving passed examinations in •' OMtrtBHChtcfQ ~aa Chinese Doctor, and " .. ynpUMd in the Hospital at Sun Ning City jbfae.} ears, will 'if'.Y.'.v* " • 4KV• Visit Inglewood : V °* ; , . Thursday, April 2, «r yj.aiid may be consulted at Donaldson's ' •'•IvPelican Hotel (torn 8,90 a.m. to 4 p.m. t- ; ' IK8TIMONIAL0: '?Mr. ;Ack Hing, Chinese Herhalict, " " Maryborough.—I, the onderaigned, have :i.„i much pleaiure in teatifyin* to the great gdod derived from Mr. Act Hing's treat nient. Three moathi ago I was (track '.'V with ituiecular paralysis, which haa now A'. me owing.to hie herbal treatment.— I !v ."f-E, fltWi, Maryborough." .^I feei l Cannot thank Dr. AckHing ; .poovgh tor the kind attention to me while .V 'under treatment since June last. When / . .in' West Aastralia I injured myself in ternally, and in spite of the o...

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

Advertise Your Pistrict! fO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. jj you .wish your district to gain prom inence, do . not ke<v» the knowledge of local happenings to yourself. If you wish events in which,you are interested to be nsde public, just tixop a line to " The Advertiser" office in. time to'allow of arrangement!*'being made for a reporter to attend, or, failing that, try your own hand at reporting. Don't bother to any j greet extent about the composition oft articles; juat write fully and clearly—the f • editor will do the rest. Weddings, deaths, accidents, concerts, worts, Bocial gathering* and personal paragraphs are all of interest to your Neighbors, and by drawing public atten lien to your district you are doing a good work. That there is reason for this reminder is not our fault. We have, unfortunately, no miraculous uowcr of knowing what is happening in all the area served by this journal, but are desirous, with your co Jperation, of lessening our limitations. . Writo th...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Letters of Sympathy. THE LATE MR GILLESPIE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 March 1914

Letters of Sympathy. THE LATE MR GILLESPIE. At Thursday's meeting of the Hospital CommitteeMiKclIy said there was a111 itter of snriiuT lie regretted th'ey hid to lefer to, and he nouldtake the opportunity to move in the matter; He referred to the late Mr Peter Gillespie, who fur a lifetime hud been a resident of the district and h id been an aident: supporter . of . tho Inspittl for ninny yoirs,,and for r. time had held a seat on the committee, lie moved tine a letter of condolence ho sent to .Mis Gillespie and the family of the deceased gentleman. Mr Horan seconded tho motion. The fact th it Mr Gillespie had held a seat on the commitee and that ho had been Ail ardent supporter of the institution was sufficient for them to show their apprecia tion of his work and express their regret at his death. The deceased gentleman was on# who always did his best fur tho hos pital, and his connection with it could not be overlooked in any way. It was riot everyono who stepped out oi his way to...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Inglewood Advertiser, TUESDAY, MARCH 17, I914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 March 1914

' TCKSDA'Y, MAIU3U 17, I9!4. Tlii! ordinary monthly inet(tin<; of"' the' Eisl Tjoddnn Shire Council wilf ho the Shim'11*11, Serpentinu, I ooiinrifovy 'v in«le>vorxl friend*; of the hle'niieihis.-eit will reflet t" lem n of ;ljis;| TlinVi-.-ru-..m'LypI..»ia fe,ver. Mr. lUerinW h>uWtt is lit present recening fi^ithieut At:1 khe IveiMny hoj-piul. | Willi lilt' advent n£- motor .vehicles in , London, street .icciilcnf's-in thai iiietropojisi h ive largely, increased each ye.u, and lDlo [ wits no eieeptioi) in this-respect,-., ,Dui int;., i the twelve months then? wuie.]8,!U4 r.cci-' dents in the streets, chiefly the result of liiotor ti»Mic, and of this number 074-ptoved fitftl to the victims. In 1912 thei'o wero' 5:58 fatal and 10,001 noil-fatal accidents in j I the streets of London. f Thomas Wnnless, sunke expert, feeling sure that lie lias an effective .antidote, wishes to go to India nnd be bitten by i\ krait, the snake which caused the death of Professor Fox.. Wan...

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

por Ccughs and Golds. Woods Great Pepponm'nfc Cure WHOLESOME • DRINK-- ■ kit ACI.&CT . .V. r .'AND . r e f rj&sm ing Pleases FUNERAL NOTICES. Funeral Notice. THE Friends of the late Mr John David- son are respectfully invited to follow   his remains. The funeral will leave Bridgewater for the Yarrayne Cemetery on the arrival of the mid-day train from Melbourne TO-DAY. E. WILSMORE. Undertaker. PUDLIO NOTICES. Thanks. M RS. W. F. I.OV KLI. he^s to express . Iipr deepest. thanks nnd gratitude to hor kind neighbors in Serpentine for their brave efforts to prevent thedestruc tion of her home on ^ke night_ of the fire 011 the 5th inst; for their kindly' attentions to ber dear husband,. herself ami family in their treat distress: for their unlimited hospitality so freely offered. She further begiTher numerous friends .who sent so many beautiful wreaths, telegrams, let ters "and. eardsj the Associations uhieh passed such 'sympathetic resolutions, the Doctor, tfn...

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

WEHLA. A meeting of the parents of the children attending the Slate school was held on the 2nd inst. There was a fair attendance, and   the meeting was presided over by the head teacher, who convened the meeting. The following were elected to act on the com mitteo for the ensuing three years F. Lindorlf (correspondent) Wm Wheel house (treasurer), Jno Robinson, Samuel Wheelhouse, Chas. Simons, Thos. Brooker and Geo. Birthisel. A good and welcome fall of rain took place on the 9th inst., when about 45 points were recorded. This rain came just in time to save the farmer a deal of anxiety and trouble, as the water for stock and domestic use had just about run out. Cricket in this district has once again closed its season, and the majority of the members of the clicked clubs have gone'   earnestly into tennis. Good competition is expected in thisgame between the sur   rounding; clubs. The Kaoreh club were to the fore in cricket this year, rarely eve...

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Buckerabanyule Carnival. ANNUAL SPORTS AND BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 March 1914

Buckrabanyule Carnival.   ANNUAL SPORTS AND BALL. The annual Buckrabanyule carnival, in aid of the hall building fund, was held on Thursday last in sultry weather. In previous     years the sports were held on the ground   adjoining the hall, but this year the gather     ing took place on the Buckrabanyule re       serve. Jt was sailed tlml fur next year's I •jfilheiini! M'-iO <ii' JL"Jt) .would jmilmlily |,cl • spent on improving the reset vo. A suime* ticn has also lieen made that the hall should lie shifted to the ruttetvo. Despite the oiu.se weather, the surrounding districts were iceli represented, nnd the committep, un fortunately, hud an utnisual number of pro tests to dcil with. The president tlii*year jj Mr W. J.' Larmour, and the sect clary Mr 0. Sottlshy. The luncheon marquee was conducted hy Mesdumes' AV. Hindntn, S:. pAteison. Jhs. PutcrsMii, J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 March 1914

'-Commonwealth JgkBa'nh of Hustvafta > - • ... HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY , Ml Ban* U open for all classes of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE *. a$ Sjdnty, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, ^lobart, Brisbane, ftoekhampton, Townsviile, and Londoa. . IQlfeU remittance! made to, and drafts drawn on foreign placc? direct. Foreign bills negotiated and • *' OoltecUd. L«tter« of credit issued to any part of the world. UilU negotiated or forwarded for collection. Banking and Exchange Business of every de*:ripllon transacted within the Common , V wealth, {Jotted Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed deposit*. , ..AdTMOM made against approved securities. * SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT VjjY...■'«» Vietorlan Central Office: 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. In the above citica and 2(000 Agcncio3 at Post 0:tiee» throughout the Commonwealth. O*po •Its from 1/- to £300< * Interest at. 3*. per annum* . 'tfllMiit* *r Withdrawals may be m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 March 1914

PUBLIC NOTICES. Annual Hospital Effort. l'UBI.IC MEETING. 'piIOSK interested 111 the annual effert j 1 in aid of tlie Hospital arc invited to •ttenil at the Council Chamber on Mon day, 22nd inst., at 8 p.m. Busiuesi:—To arrange means of obtaining more money. Ladies cordially invited to attend. C. J. A.N'SETT (Mayor.) Convener. Public Notice. MRS. J. O'TOOLE bega to .thank the public of Inglewood and district lor ths gencroui support accorded her in the past, and to inf >rin all that she lias started business again in the same place, where she hopea to receive a continuance of suppbrt. Impounding. IMPOUNDED by 15. Paynter1 Red Heiier, split in near ear. If not claimed and expenses paid will be sold April 10th, 1914. ■ s The horse advertised in last issue as being branded 14 I.S. over 18 should have been K.l.C. over 18 near shoulder. 'JOSEPH THOMAS, Inglewood. Pound keeper. Tbanfcs. MRS. W. F. 1<0V ELL liege to express her deepest thanks anil gratitude to her kind neighb...

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East Loddon Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 March 1914

East Loddon Shire Council. •MwNTHIjY MKKITNG. The monthly m totin t 'wn UaM v, i.'t Shire Hill, .Sei pjiiliii.", in \V,mI ii-.nl iy. PresentCrs. Mi-wett.(prasidjiit), T mViii, -Slimv, Coulter, MuCru i, C uey, I'!'lei-xluiik and Miihoney. i ' irnHrBsrnxiir.wn. ,J. Frmn. Public) Work» d.ip-utm <ni, tit nouncinz ro-vot» nf £18-">t, 'mWijo* of lust year'* special yrani. tn-I nr* ruts of £1100, o mucil tti l'KK) idd tUnitl,— Itocoivud. 2. From Hon. T. Luiydon, the like.— Keccived. ' . . 3.. From " Under Secretaty, with regard to the closing of the oftiee of lUgistrar of Births.and Dentlis,. that the small narnbsr of registrations do tiot justify the r«-op«B ing. Parents.cm rogisterby ptoiy..—Hsld over for six months. 4. From State Rireis and Water Supply Commission, that steps will )>• Uken to til tanks. in Calivil conditionally oa £g p«r tank being paid in advance. to «o»»r the ! expense involved —The secretaiy reported ; having objected to the extra charge being i ni'i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 March 1914

GIVES INSTANT RELIEF. "For Bix -years I have .been a sufferer from tolii'," writes Mr. K. u. Philjia, Dutton, S.A., "but now when.I get these ■Hacks- J take .Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrlioe? Remedy,.and find 1 lint it gives mo immediate relief. I can confidently recommend it f»r colic or other stomach complaint* ; two or three dosei will give instant reli«f." Sold by W. Jenniita storekeeper.JInglewood ai'd Myeia. '

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RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 March 1914

RACING: Mi' W. O. Comts's Ml.tie,'' Wee Jenn, nvide her debut in t!ii> CnrinthUn Race nl (lie Kyneton meeting on Tuesday, hut An unfnrtuniite entanglement with the hiiiiier »t the -tart dumayed what wnn considered «n excellent chance nf winning. She tinishel third, however, out of iv field of 12 sturteis.

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SPORTING. TENNIS. TOURNAMNNT MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 March 1914

SPORTING. O ■ TEA N IS. TOURNAMNNT MATCHES. The following addition.il mutches lure been pltyed :— La 1)1 K.-)' slxules. Miss Smith, owe 20, he«t; Mist 'j-iick, owe 40, 0—1, u—6, (!—4. ■ • • ladies' doubled. >1 inset Quick and T.iy.-oin, owe ^0, bent Minses Cavnn i:jh mid C.juttn, rec l.r>, l< —4, 6-4. Mixkd Doubles. W. Tjimont and Miw Builie, owe MO, be.it F. Jen .liny and Miss C owe 15, 8.-4, 0-L

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Breach of the Game Law. A DEAR PIGEON. PENALTIES AND COSTS, £5 9s 4d. DEFENDANT'S GUN FORFEITED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 March 1914

Breach of the Game Law. A DEAR PIGEON. , PENALTIES AND COSTS, £5 9s 4d. DEFENDANT'S GUN FORFEITED. At the Police Court on Tuenday, bi'forel the Mayor CCr. 0.. J. Ansett) and Stessrs.I J. J. Embury and T. Nelson, Js.P , Henry i llowson,' in inspector under the Fisheries J and Game Act, proceeded agninst-Thos. j Hy. • Brmvnbill, junr., on turo charges.! First, for on the 4th Februiry Inst, nenv: Simpson's Creek, unlawfully killing one] bronzewing pigeon; second, for having' such pigeon in.his possession. Mr tiorun, who appeared for defendant, pleaded not guilty to the shooting, but guilty to having the bird in possession. In outfitting the c*se, the prosecutor raid that owing to the trouble defondant had put the informant to in obtaining hit name, he had been instructed to ask, if the care were proved, that an example be made of defendant. Arthur Johnson, the informaut, deposed that he wae an honorary assistant under the Fisheries and Game Aot. Brontewing and other-wild pigeonn were p...

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Chronicles of Rheola. CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 March 1914

Chronicles of Rtaeola. By J.V.K.Z. CHAPTER V. - 1. Ami some wwe mendid .say, we must tiiivo no mora committees or verily there will not lie meu'enough to go round; and 110 more committees were elected just then in the land among the hills. ' | 2. And tho piano committee did purchis-e a goodly piano—yea, even aTliurriior—and .the committee did agroo to pay so ninny 'pieces cf silver every month till tho piano whs paid for. And they did have enter tainments and dunces in the tabernacle by the inn, and the sweet music of the piano was pleasing, and nil was harmony. ; And there appeared no discoid. And ho instru ments for »iveet music were carried to and fro in among the valley* and across tho hill*, and the people did sigh for very relief. And it came to pass that - the time arrived for the'great festival of tho year. ' And the festival is held every year on the first Monday after the first full moon after the 21st March, and it U called Easter , Monday spoits. And at daybreak are seen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 March 1914

An Easy Way to Remove Superflous Hair. Fur the benefit of our I*dy readers who sufl'er-from the humiliating disfigurement of hair on face, lipj or chin, we publish herewith a formula which hu the advantage of being simple and inexpensive, as well marvellously eflective. It is not claimed by our informant that one application will permanently destroy the hair-roots, but li is claimed, and the claims are borne out by actual tests, tli.it one upplicition complete ly removes the hair, and its tegular use, one or two days apart, will quickly and peimanently destroy the hair mot itself. Tf you havo hair which you wish permment )y removed, ask your chemist to mix 4J drams Pulverised Sulthine Concentrate with 2i drams Zinc Oxide, P.B., and I dram of Powdered Orris Root, and put in a aide mouth bottle. For use, mix a little of the powder into a paste on a piste liy •ddiog a few drops of water. Apply with a nariow knife blade and remoxe at the end of two minutes with the back of the knife; wh...

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