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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 March 1914

Cliurch Notices. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. j ON Thursday, tlie 2nd April, at 7.30 p.m., Special Ordination Services will be held in the Inglewood Church on I the occasion of the induction of the Rev. | A. L. G. Ash, M.A., to be followed by a| Welcome Social in the Town Hall at 8.30 p.m. The clergy of other denominations and all others who are engaged in Chris tian work are cordially invited to be present at both functions. An offering will be received at the Ordination services, but otherwise both functions are free to the public. Members of theBendigo Presbytery will officiate on both occasions.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KORONG VALE R.C. SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 March 1914

KORONOt vale k.c. sports. The following arc the handicaps for the foot and cycle races to bo run off at the above sport* on Wednesday next. The horse and other events are post entry: — fOOT RACER. Sheffield. 220Yds. Yds. Yds. E. .1. Moore ... 4 10 F. Leech ... 9 ir, C. J. Sweeney ;.. ... 10 18 C4. Stewart ... 12 22 W. 15. V. Roberts ... 12 22 L. Doyp ... 12 22 'C. Hamilton 13 — J.. Grieves ... 13 26 \Y. Patterson ..." , ... 13 . — 11. Ashton ... 17 30 W. May ... 17 -30 J. S. O'Toole ... .17 30 cvcr.r. ItACXS. One Mile Half-Mil Yds. Yds. Andrew Gray... ... ecr 10 J. Shannon ... 20 10 A. R. Gray ... SO 25 E. Frnser ... 70 55 C. Probyn ...135 75 W. Saunders ... 145 75 A. W. Smith ... ... 145., - 75 T. Warren ... 145 75 G. Taig ...,160 90 E. Shannon ... ... 100 90 D. Gray ... 160 90 K. Harding ... ... 1G0 90 ' S. McCumber... ... 160 - 90 P. J. Scott ... 160 90 F. Belclier ... 160 90

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Inglewood Advertiser, FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 March 1914

tyt Ingletair &i)frfrlistr, FltlDAY, MAKCF1 27, 19!4. Tbe forKMl QnwniHg of the Bear4! I.a goon Mechanics' Institute took placa on Wednesday, the ceremony being per formed bv Mr. John Potter, J.P. An enjoyable day was Bpent, a prolit of, roughly speaking, £90 resulting. A full report will appear in next issue. The annua! Methodist Sunday school pic nicwas held on Wednesday atBridgowater. The event was thoroughly successful, and proved highly enjoyable to all concerned. While giving evidence before the Li censes Reduction Board yesterday Mr. a. Nixon, proprietor of the Exchange Hotel, was seized with a faint turn and collapsed in the witness box. He par tially recovered a little later, but his ease was adjourned to allow of his removal to his home. Wo. regret to report tliat the condition of Master Harry Lovell, who was injured in'the recent burning accident at Serpen tine, is. not as satisfactory as could b» desired and has necessitated a consulta tion being held by h's medi...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING. TENNIS. TOURNAMENT MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 March 1914

SPORTING. 0 ' TENNIS. TOU UN A M KNT M ATCHES. The following sccond rounU draws have been made; tin; time allowed • for com-, pletion being! from !!0tli inst. to April 4:— SlSUI.KK. A. Smith, owe 15, v Wright, owe 10. Lnir.ont, owe 80, v K. Smith, owe 15. Taysom, owe 3-0 of 15, v McPherson, ser. Gladinan, owe 10, v Slavin, owe 3-G of 15. Bailey, »cr, v Owen, owe 15. Dernvin, Embury and Cameron, byes. Lauikh' Doublki. Misses Taysom and Quick v Misses Jennings and Bailie. Misses Smith and Gray, a bye. Ladiih' Si.voi.eh. Miss Cavanagh, scr, y Miss Coutta, ree 10. ^ Miss Taysom, owe 3-G of IB, v Miss Gray, Bcr. Miss Giadmnn, owe 40,'v Misn Smith, owe 30. Miss Jennings, owe 40, a bye.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Alleged Theft of Sheepskins. ACCUSED DISCHARGED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 March 1914

Alleged Theft of Sheepskins. ACCUSED DISCHARGED. At the Police Court on Tuesday morning, ] before Sir bcrriinan, P.IM., Mr. W. 0. .J. J Kofly, ,I.P., unci the Mayor (Cr. C. .7, An- f suit), Edwin Paynter was charged nnj remand with having on or about the 18th March, at Kurting, stolen three .sheepskins and 401hs of wool, valued at 15s, the |>ro-( petty of Jiichard Kvans. Mf Hurnn ap peared for accused mid Senior-constablu Dunn prosecuted. Richard [Iy. Kvans deposed tlmt he lived (lit Kurting. He w is a farmer and grazier, j He know the accused, who lived about 301) yards from witness. Witness left home on the Hith Starch and returned o,i the 18th at about 11 o'clock in the morning. Ho i then missed !i skins, some lambs' ivool and [other wool. Next saw the skins in the possession of an Indian hawker. After [ wards s iw then at the police station. Those produced were the ones stolen from his I property. He valued the wholo at 15s. On the 19th iust. accused and Senior-con stublo Dun...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Approaching Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 March 1914

Approaching Sales. March 31.—stock sale.—Thomas Morrow and Co., Auctioneers. April 2.—Iiiglovvood.-tocks.ile.—Thomas .Morrow and Co., auctioneers. April 2.—Subdivision*! sale of 0(50 acres freehold iib-SiliMiury, under instruc tions from Mr. A. 11. McPhersnn. TIioii.is Morrow and Co., auctioneers.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 March 1914

ACK H1NG, Chinese Doctor and Herbalist, Howard Place, BENDIGO, •g^atcof Maryborough) FRACTfnONER in Burgery and Med); cine, having passed examinations in' Quton (China) as Chinese Doctor, and, pnetiaed in the Hospital at Sun Ning City < of three > ears, will Visit Ingle wood OM Thursday, April 2, and may he consulted at Donaldaon'a Pelican Hotel from 8.90 a.m. to 4 p.m. TESTIMONIALS: "Mr. Ack Hing, Chinew Herbalist, Maryborough. —I, the undenigned, have much pleasure ta tettlfyiag to the gtemt good derived from Mr. Act Hlng's treat ment. Three month* ago I «u (track with muscular paralysis, which has now left me owing to his herbal treatment.— E. Prime,Maryborough." MI feel 1 cannot thank Dr. Ack Hing enough for the kind attention to me while under treatment since June last. When in West An«tr»lin I injured myself in ternally, and in spite of the operations that performed, and the treatment of three doctors, no relief was afforded. When I returned to Victoria I visited...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 March 1914

Advertise Your District! TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. H you wish your district, to gain prom inence, do not ke<vp the knowleu locnl happenings to yourself. If you :> events in which you t»re interested V made public, just iliop a line to ' Tin' Advertiser" otlice in time to allow of arrangements being made for a reportc . to attend, or, failing tlmt, try your o bund at reporting. Don't bother to s " ■ j great extent about the compositio.. <1 articles; just write fully and dearly--! •. editor will do the rest. Weddings, deaths, accidents, concert'-, 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 1b not our fault. We have, unfortunately, no miraculous power of knowing what, is happening in all the area served by this journal, hut arc desirous, Willi your co operation, of lessening our limitations. Write th...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 March 1914

MAKE HIM FEEL YOUNG. "I had pains in the chest and stomach which the doctor said wore due to indi gestion," writes Mr. E. ITealey, Saddler, Kaurimu, N.Z. "&b his medicine did me no pood I was advised to try Chamber lain's Tablets, and did so. I got imme diate relief, and am now never without a, bottle in n.y room. 1 am a very old man, but Clian.berlain's Tablets make me feel 'i well and young." Sold by VV. Jenuniga, i storekeeper, Inglewood and Hyiia, I

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Annual Hospital Effort. COLLECTION TO BE MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 March 1914

Annual Hospital Effort. COLLECTION TO BE MADE. The adjourned meeting to anange for the annual clTort in nid of the hospital was held at the Council Chamber < n Monday evening, the Mayor presiding. There ivere present Messrs. S. Symonds, F. E. Horan, H. Taysom, J. A. Ronslmr, E. WiNmoie, A. Ham, G. Nixon, G. Porter, A. Nixon, ,K. Makepeace, F.-JI. Symonds, A. Ii. ITaysom, Mrs. A. Nixon, and Miss Cav»nagh. It was decided, 011 tho motion nf Messrs H. Tay^oni and 13. Wilsniore, that the ef fort take the form of ii thorough canvass of tho district for donations. Mr. H. Tnysom was appoints] secr.-tary and Mr. S. Kymonds treasurer to the move ment. — I Mr. Taysom reported having, as far as possible, interviewed motor car owners, and obtained promises of support from the Miyor and Messrs. A. Nixon,. W. Roches ter, P. Jones and G. Porter. The same collectors as acted last year ■vero ro appointed, with tho addition of Messrs G. R. Bailey, G. Porter an:l A. Ham. It was resolved that...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 March 1914

Home Made Hair Grower that does Marvels. -o ■ Duiing.the last feiv yeais announcements h ive appeared ncca.-ionully telling how to make « really good hair tonie that would actually make the hair grow, and it fives' us great pleasure to learn that so many who have tiied it, h ive obtained such re maikalile results. One lady writes lint immediately after reading tho formula, she went to het chemist and had him put up as directed, 1.ounce of Lavona de Composee, !• dram Menthol Crystals, and I! ounces Bay IJuiii. She took this home, and, although her hair liul been f illing out J;ertibly and she was tlnealetisd uritlf baldness, she was. astonished and delighted to note that the filling out of the hair stopped immediately, andthehiir itself began to »u»v, in an amazing manner. In fact, she states that it has already grown nearly 8 inchcs in h little over t wo months. Moreover, her hair is now blighter, glossier and more luxuiiant than evei and is still growing. She rubbed the tonic into ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Wedderburn Races. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 March 1914

Wedderburn Races. There was a large attendance at (lie annual meeting of the Wedderlnirn Racing and Trotting Club on Wednesday. The special train from Bemliiro was well pat roniKRd. The fields were 011 (lie small side, bill the racing was interesting Results:— Tit I All Ha.IMCAI". W. G. Onutti's Wee.Tean,7.2 (Barrett), 1 ; F. fling's Pine Hill 8.7 CM' Donald), 21 W.Warde's Stella Gay,8.12 (Fit/.immons', 3. Other starters: —Diamond Bracelet, 9.0; Deoch ami Doris, 7.12; Clean Sample, 7.2; Gay Lass, 7 0,; Maud Eliot, 7.0; Monkey Joe, 7 0; Harvetts, 7.0. Betting: 2 to 1 Diamon 1 Bracelet, 3 to 1 Wee Jean. Won comfortably. L.UI1U.S' [iftACKLET TltOT. Mrs A. D. White's Lady Zolock, scr (J. Kennedy), 1 ; Mr.« J. Proctor's M'Kin iiey Misc, 30 yds bhd, 2; Mts W. Mar shall's Lady Direct, 180 yds bhd, 3. Other startersWellington, Little Boy, Lady Alto, Nimblestep, Tam Hronte. scr; Ex pectation, 40 yds blnl; Tracy Alto, 150 yds bhd; Klla, 1C0 vds bhd; Crucible S, Direct B, 220 yds bhd; Allie B,...

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Factories Act prosecution. ALLEGED UNDERPAYMENT OF EMPLOYE. CASE DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 March 1914

Factories Act prosecution. alleged underpayment of : . emplol'k; cask dismissed. At the Serpentiiio police court, on Thus before: Mr. Benin,m, P.M., and day, Mean's W. Keliy, W. Itissett and C. J. Y >■ Is I' Vivian Fittoiini, as nn in 'under tho Shops .and lactones ' Tct proceeded against Gladm in Bros., ; of Serpentine. on a charge of having u'vf'olly employed W. J. I'tiddle during U|',V week ended Januaiy 31-t, l.)14, «U . rate of wik'O than that, lixed by the X mination of the Shops and Factories lcBt Mr. Luko Murphy, of indigo, 8p „,1 for tho prosecution, and Mr Frank lf,u;?n of Bendigo, for the defendants. C°ff'Murphy,"in .outlining the cue, »nf"Vr; ' iTmnloyed as a foreman baker. 1 lie deter ] finn had come into force since his emp oynwnt, and from July l«t he had 1, l,„pn naid £3 per week. . 0nMr Ct.Uen hero. objected to any other • Jfod being dealt with than that men !• nnA in the summons. ' Mr Minpliy claimed that lie would lefer '" • i.ack SO Unit I tack wages due could...

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Failure to Destroy Rabbits. DISTRICT RESIDENTS PENALISED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 March 1914

— . • v> -'»• — Failure to Destroy Rabbits. DISTRICT llKSIDENTS 1'IONAL1SK1). At the Serpentina police court, mr Tiu-h d-ty, the adjourned ui»e* in which Albeit, John Secombp, inspector nmWi ihu Vui mil) rfest root ion Act. proceeded W. G. fcoutts, K. M. Penny and .O'Meally Bros, for failure to destmy rabbits on tli. ir properties, were do.ilt wilh. bet ch consisted of Messrs Uerriiuaii, P.M., \V. Kelly, \V. Bissctt and C. J. Ansett, Js.P. Mr Mufpliy appeared on bill ilf of thj defendants. '. At tliu start Mr Secombo lodged nn ob jection to Mr Bissett acting on the bench on account of his great liking and friend ship for the first defendant, \V. G.. Coutts. IIo was, lie stated, in no way hostile to Mr Bissau, but as I12 was a, landholder the Damons defendant the decision ariived at might possibly concern'bim. It would, be claimed, be possible for him to unconscious ly foul bias in favor of defendant. Mr JiinBett, in declining to retire from tliii bench, stated that it might as «&...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 March 1914

The Most Patient People MUST.;SFiO\V ANNOY AN OK AT TIMES. Rvcrylmdy has I heir hour of trouble, Hut people having any iriitatinn of the »Vci 11 )i uv many hours of trouble. - N<illiinjjr so annoying, nothing so iiritat iin.'. It's i haid nrnl liyinj position. Leave it alone, nnd you cut hardly bear it. llclief anil cure have come at last. l'eople have put it to tlio test. Doau's Ointment cures skin disease. I'eople are learning tlrnt litis is so. Hero is a case io point. Mis. l'lullips, Ytndnn-st i vet, Ijiglowood, siys: —"My child hud erz.eriii oil lier faro • This ailment was veiy painful and itchy, and made liei cross and Unublesomo. Hearing Doan's Ointment very highly apoketi of, 1 sent for some,' and used it with very pleasing results. Tliu iiist few applications nuvu relief, and noon it quite banished I ho ailment. I n il) never cease praising Doan's Ointinent for this wonder ful cure. My child is en'.irely free of skin trouble now. SnH'.-rers should p vc I his spl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 March 1914

HAD TO LAY"'UP WITH COLD. "*'1 luul a severe cold accompanied with distressing pajns in. the chest, and had to lay up," writes Mr. Sain Scott, SO. Fitz gerald street, North Perth, W.A. "I had tried all sorts of medicines,' bu*. nothing did me the slightest good. Having Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in Btock I tried that, and it gave me instant relief, and I was quickly cured. Beat of all I have remained cured." fcold by \V Jennings, storekeeper Tnglewood ami Myeia ' SOUOSKS.HAIR TOXIC. This preparation is unsurpassed as a hair food and dandruff preventative. A little sprinkled on the head night and morning, and gently massaged into the scalp, renders baldness impossible. • So roses Hair Tonic will absolutely grow hair njid prevent it from falling out. It mparts- a beautiful glossy sheen, and brings out all the natural brightness of the hair. Price 3a 9d per bottle. Ob ainable *t Alias Southey's, Injjle »Jod,f

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Insolvency Court. SEARCHING INQUIRY. J. A. GOOK'S ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 March 1914

Insolvency Court. SEARCHING INQUIRY. J. A. GOOK'S KSTATl'i. Ah tliH court, on Tuesday, before Mr IWriin.m, I'. AT,, an inquiry win held into Llio insolvency nf Jolin Alexander Gook, of Hridgewatur. Mi' Kohiic appenred for tho assignee and in llio interests of certain creditors, and Mr Barnet for the insolvent. John Alexander Goolt, the insolvent, de posed that he was a laborer, engaged prin cipally in chair-cutting and enginedriving. Was woiking with his brother and father. Had boon working with his father pretty well tho biggest part of Ilia life. His father, brother and witness onco traded as Gook and Sons. That was dming 1909, as near as he could remember. Ho kept 110 account as to the date. Ho had no agree ment with his father and, brother other than verbal. Any profits went towards paying off the machinery, and towards house-keeping. Did not know if his father took any of the money. Witness did not have a banking account. His brother had, but his father had not. If the Run was ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 March 1914

For Cruris nnd Colds. Take Woods Great Peppermint Cura For Bronchinl Coughs take v/oods' Great Peppermint Oure, Is M

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SERPENTINE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 March 1914

SERPENTINE. iFroM our Correspondent.) 1 lie election of the. State school commit tee has been held, resulting in theappoinfc* nienb of Messiw. A.. C. GUdman, L. Smith* Ij. (J ii roll, C. Tresiue, 1\ Butler, Mi*, tola and Mrs. Butler. Some interest ira» taken in ihe election, no fewer tiuiu 11 c.indi lutes being nominated for the seven •eats. ^ A welcome fall of r>tin )oolc place on I uejiday afternoon. The fjtlPw*s of vary ing force, and at. Home poitton.s whs much heavier tlian ut others.. The roids wore bonelited theiehy, although wAtvr supplies were not, yreaily aHVcted. Mr. Ki ic 0»wn, assistant, shire engineer, has lieen indisposed for tho past few diya. His ftiends will he pleased tos • hiru ahoufc ngftin.

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Unlawful Assault. A JANIEMBER EAST EPISODE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 March 1914

Unlawful Assault. A JANIEMBER EAST EPISODE.   At the Serpentine police court on Tues day, Mr. Berryman, P.M., and Messrs W. Kelly, W. Bissett and C. J. Ansett, Js.P., presiding, Francis Doody, of Janiember East, proceeded against Bertie and John Palmer, of the same locality, the charge against the former beiing one of using in decent language and unlawful assault, and against the latter of using indecent language. Mr Luke Murphy appeared for the com plainant, and the defendants were repre sented by Mr Frank Cohen. A cross summons by John Palmer against Francis Doody for assault was also dealt with. Francis Doody, farmer, of Janiember East, deposed that on Friday, 6th February,   he cycled to Inglewood, reaching Serpentine on his return journey at about 8 p.m. He   continued towards home, passing three men in a gig just out of Serpentine. About 10 chains further on the back tyre of his bicycle blww out, leaving him with about   four...

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