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Church Notices. ANGLICAN. HOLY WEEK. INGLEWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 April 1914

Gimrcli Notices, ANGLICAN. ^ 1I0I.Y WKKK. IXGUiWOOI). Good Friday—7.80 a.m., I LP. ] 1 a.m., Malting. T.:50 p. 111 , Kvi'iiaong. UKIDG KWATIiU. I Good Friday—.'S p.m., 11,C. All M-rvii-es l>v 1 lie Vicar. I'OWI.F.IT. t-ooil Friday—,'! p.m., Kvoiisniiy. ■KOKON'G VAIjH. Good Friday—7.30 p.m , KvPiiEnng. All «;rvices by Mr. Walter Waller-1.

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

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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 included Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 April 1914

POSTAL RATE* AND AeCULA*»H» C — — _ [WJiere the term "Th» wealth ' is used in ocranection wifiiSew ta i u re,KVktioni H include Pnpu». Lord Hoive Island, an<} Norfolk T.l.lut 1 LETT15H8. For every } ounce or fraction thereof. For delivery within the OohuiMNfc wealth .. .. Jt ., • 1 For delivery in tfe* British Kafc> pire .. .. .. .. • ) For delivery in the New Banks, and Xorre^ For 4*!irery in other j LETTE&CAE©% . For delivery witkin tee OtntoHM Single, Id. e&ok; Hi #51 For delivery ui OM BntMi. list of place* i ' "" " gJe. Id. each. For delivery ia Hn. Babrito, Malm, an 3 Torres I*Tanda tillpgh, M. «■&. For delivery ia otter atom— SiMla. !>$d. each. POST CARDS. Single Poatesrda iuprsaMd with tkt Id. stamp, and Hepjy or do«M« «td«, each lmlf of wiiiofc ha* the la. »tam» impressed ihereori, may be luiiaaiilfill to placed within the Common'**!*/ and iu Uioie plafes, edumeratW vnder "Loiters," to which letters toff transmitted at the rat# of Id...

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

ACK H1NG, Cliinsse Doctor and Herbalist, Howard Place, 8ENDIG0, ' (Lute of Maryborough) . PRACTITIONER in gurgery and Medi cine, having passed examinations in CkptoB (China) as Chinese Doctor, and fMctited in tlie Hospital at Snn Jiinf City or three jears, will Visit Inglewood OB Thursday, April 30, ■ail may be consulted at Donaldson's Pelican Hotel from 8.80 a.m. to 4 p.m. TESTIMONIALS: MMr. Ack Hing, Chinese Herbalist, Maryborough.—1, the nnderaigned, have much pleasure in testifying to the great good derived from Mr. Aci Hing's treat ment. Thtee months ago I was struck with muscular paralysis, which has now left me owing to his herbal treatment.— £. Prims, Maryborough." "I feel 1 cannot thank Dr.. Ack Hing enough tor the kind attention tome while nnder treatment since June last. When in.West Australia 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 Dr. Ac...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Eaglewood Advertiser, FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 April 1914

ittgltfooo* FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 11)14. Mv E.J. Vanston will, us previously inti mated in these columns, mil on Tuesday by the P. and O. i-teamer Malun on h trip tn England, Ireland, Scotland and Americi. J)i Yanston will be uwa*T fur aliout eight months. The euchre party nnd dance in aid of the hospital, as being the Indies' share of the special etl'uit at present being made, will he held in the Town Hill on Wednesday eveuing. A full attendance of the public is desired. An old lesident of the Wedderhurn dis-1 tiict, in the person of Mr. Walter Smith, of liren umh waj, we regret to chronicle, found de.ul in his bed on Wednesday morniug, 8th inst. Deceased appeared to be in his usual state of health on the pievious evening, and sat up a little later than the test of the fimily, reiding. Not appearing at breakfast .itthe'usuil time, his wile called to him, and receiving no answer entered his room aand found him dead. The disc.iveiy came as a severe shock to his family. Dr. Taylor was cal...

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

SOTVWS HAIR TONIC. This pK-iv,ir»iion is unsurpassed aa a hair i'.m.I ami dandruff preventative. A' little Pprinkli'tl on the heiul night' ana morning, nml gently i^asiii||e,il ' into (lie M:alp, renders baldness impossible. Pti ro sl-s IIiiir To,hie' will absolutely grow hair and prevent it from falling out. 5t imparts u Ueautifu! glossy sheen, and brings out all the natural' brightness oi the hair. 1'rirp' % (U! |>er hotlle. Ob tainable ftt - :ViS9. ft, ^onthoy'n, Inj;lo vjod- "• A. Porter and Co announce fascinating novelties in their wiiitershow. S;ce,advt. War between Mexico and America is threatened. \Virele«s calls . havo-.hson sent in every direction toiiinisteralh; tho available wiirsiiijis in tlio 'American nav.v jor a demonstration in.force. MARIS HIM FICICf/ YOUXG. "1 had pains in the ehcBt and Ntomaeh which the (Victor said were due to indi gestiun," writes Mr. K. lloaley, Saddler, Kaiirinni, X./. "/ s his medicine did mo no good I was advised to try Chamber i:iin'« ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Rheola [?]aspit[?] Sports. HIGHLY SUCCESFUL GATHERING. RECORD ATTENDANCE. OFFICIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 April 1914

Uheola »?fl8plt«r-3s»rts. HIGHLY Sl'Ci-I^SKUL UATHEIUNU. RECOUD A'l'l'KNDANCK. OFITCIALS. . Patrons:—Hon. T. Uiiisrdoii, M.T..A., I)r. Wolfenden, Dr. Doruvin, 1 Jr. Wilkin son, Messrs. W. Belcher (pnVdent I)nn nlly Hospital), A. Barnes (president lli glewood Hospital), T. I'. O'Hrii'ii,—.1. 1*., A. Gray, A."Cameron,.W. 0. J. Kellv, J. J. O'Brien,J.P;y W. Wliartoi), Iv.'J'jiilon, \V. Robinson, O. 'liuseell, U,. Stonehoiise, iludgeBHorse races and athletic events —Messrs. H. J. .lackson, J. II. JJrownbill, J. C. Metelmann, J.P., U. Fotlicringham, J. Silke, E. Alien, J. Trot man, Jas. O'Brien, Alex. Rodger Handicappers' | Horse events—J. Bellenger, II. J. Jackson. Foot and Bicycle racm *-T. J, Bong, T Condoni G. Fotheringlinm. Time-keeper —T. J. Boag. Jndges for Wood-Chop— W. Poynton, W. Hunt, W. Cain. Starter —R. Grieves. Clerks of -Scalse—R. Webb, K, M. Sonlsby. Clerk of Course—F. Daly. Protest Committee—J. J. O'Brien, A If. Heraud, Jas. Cain. Kxecutivo Onimit-/ tee, with power to de...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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MR.FREDERICK JEWHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 April 1914

M iy KRy DE f.l|C K: 14 VV1101 {ST. • Thuvdeiith afc-Qlonalbyn: on. •Mond.,y I)f All-.: predeiick .lewliuist; one -i »)f'l«lie. ffvv.s.nrviviiiu e'ii'lyiiinlmhit'inu^if • Iitttlew/iod. ; Horn - :tii i Kent, -Engl,'iihI,?'111 • 18.10, ; M r.^Jewllcrst camo out to i Victoria ; ill 185.?, enloring r.n hlS' arrival" Messrs. Buckley and Nunu*«r>«pery.establishwant.' After >voiking:|n.the oily .for a short' Iiuiq ■ Mr ^ Jen-hurst came-to limlewood, He arrived' shortly'nfteirtlte greats tiro-: which i resulted in the'destiuction. of nnny busi. ness pl tces, and opened a diupeiy business nn»the site now. occupied liy MrW'm J?enl. After spending .some years hero he pro- : ceeded to I'oit Melbourne, where he sgain entered business. Ultimately he left this locality and took up his residence in Wed d<!rburn, wheie he spent the last 1G or 17 yens with his sons, following tho occu pation of,mining.. With his advmced aye naturally! followed indifferent health, and for some time pi...

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THE CONCERT, [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 April 1914

THE CONCERT, At the concei t in the evening there was ■» splendid attendance, the receipts total ling nearly £19. Mr. J.J. O'Brien pre sided, and highly appreciated items weio I renderetl by the ifolliwinpj- performers Rev. Maccjueeir and Messrs.-'J'. Condon, Ctoss.E ijimons, Jacobs, G. Mntshall and A. E, Gladstone and the Misses Mason, Jiirdine. Allen, Inner, Mason, Bell, Motel innrin, McC-uthy (2), and Mrs. Uuresford. Excellent older prevailed, upon which the Urge audience was complimented by the chairman/ Miss F. Nutwood, A.Tj.C.M , acted as accoinpanii-t, ivhile Mr A. Meraud discharged t he sccrctirial duties. A heaity vote of thanks was accorded the performers 011 the motion of the chairman. , Dancing was then commenced to good music supplied by Messis T. : Condon, Heenan, Tiotiiiaii (2), and Mrs. Weill). There was n splendid attendance, over £12 being taken at the door. An excellent sup per : was provided at the old Mechanics' Institute,- this lieinu 'dispensed by lMes danies ...

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SPORTING. TENNIS. TOURNAMENT MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 April 1914

, SPORTING. > O TEA N IS. TOURNAMENT MATCHES; The'' following"iiildilionsil mutches hive beci) played :— • ; - : Mbn's b'l.SCil.FS. Embury,' owe 3-C,of lo, bent 0.veil, owe }p, 2-0, (5-2, 7-5. IiADlKb' SlXCI|.KS. iMi.-s-T«y.-7)ili.'OU'c )5, lie.UMiss JumiiiiV, oho 40, fl-H, lif fl • •

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Marong Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 April 1914

-Marong Sbire Council. MONTHLY MWKTING. This monthly meeting wi*s held on Thurs day. Present :—Grs. Poole (president), Carter, Johnson, Yeates, Ijailey, Kuttercr, Ferguson, W'irth and lJaly. COIlHT'.SI'OMIlKN'Ci:. I'Yoni Country Koads Hoard, stating (li.it it hud lieen decided to re-advertisc for ten dors fur the construction of the 111 nin road between C'lstleni'iinu and Hendigo, and for ivaiding the rc-modolled plana and specili o.ilion.s. —liecuived. From United Sliiio' of Beochworth, re the necessity of Government action and control in ci'iuUcitingSt. John's wart.—The ! writer to lie. asked Lo supply a symplo of ithe weed ill order that the council nviy' i know it, and thus protect the interests of Itndholdois should it niako its appearancc in the district. From Clnrlton liros , .Sebastian, druving attention to state of crossing at Myci's Creek bridue. <■" |I-j Uridgowater road.— Engin<""-' • > next meeting. From M :• • V ''.-.is ier, California Gully, f...

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PEDESTRIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 April 1914

- ' ' PK DKSTII f A K IS if.' - C. . ■.r-ickJ)on'ilil>:iin won the last 120 yimU Imi.dicap nt Neivca.-ilu mi Saturday hy ol yard* iiimcIu even tiniu. • . Ata spoiLs meeting hold at Items Hill, VY--K- A|iple»;iiCli, an Euglii!) aihlute. win'i ■ his lieat in the 100 yards handicap in 9 4-fi pncs;;uhii:h is equal to the rccnrd. Tlio [ track did'not favor linn, -liut there was a stronjj wind.

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

Approaching Sales. 28.—Tj(i«iin stock sale.—Tliomis Moriw :m<l Co., .utctinneerx. Ajnil ;i0,—Tii«lo\vund.-tupk sale.-Thomas ,. A|ni'i'ii.w juk! 0"., niicli'Hicei's. A I'l'il i!3.— Full! of ill aiTCH fI'Cl'lluUI land,.? moiiio.S cutlnyo iiiul furniture, ot.JUt; lUieola, oii Uohivlf <it Sir. '•oiyeH""Y6ratlii' -Thomas Morrow anu'Co., nuf'.ioncers. A|>iil!W.-Clearing sale of liorsci, cUlle, ■sheep, favni implements, etc, at "V ir niyiie Purl:," Serpentine, on account of" Mr W, rsissett.-Iloivo and McColoutjIi nn<l .Toliu Watson and Co, . nUctioncen iu coojuuetion.

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

CALCS BY AUCTION. Thomas'Morrow & .Co. AiiclluiieerSi STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, fnglewood and Bendigo, . ^]S71TH Branches at Chariton, Wyclie proof, Hoort, - 1/js^.n, Newstrari Pyaloni*, Kilinorc ami Lancefleld. LAND md CI.liARINU SALES Conducted in all parts of tlv State. I.oans negotiated on hrruui acres at- low ratcB v '; Represent :— Dalgctv and Co I.iiui:.,.!. Pearson, Kowo, Smith and .Co. T. Robinson and Co, l'mpty, l.ld. Wischer and Co, Superphosphates. aiid Cattle Trucks promptly secured and loaded. Sales of Stock .' Wilt b» bald an the following dalta WTCHBPROOfr, Tuesday, APIilL 14 CMARLTO> •• Wedneeuav. APRIL 15 QtAMBATOOK Thursday, APKII. lil BOOST -v Friday AFK1L 17 And every aucceeding Fobtbight at ■ each ol above places. lnglewood Market. THURSDAY. AVR1L30. .'■MIOMAS MORROW and CO. announce JL 'that tlicy will liold Iheir usual sale M above, at their yards, on the above data.. when the.v will offi r—' Sheep, Cattle, &c. Logan Stock Sale TUESDAY, APR...

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

Advertise Your District! TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. If von wish your district to gain prom inencer do not kcv-> the knowledge of locnl happenings to yourself. 11 you wish events in,which you ere interested to be made public, just aiop a lino to " The Advertiser "• office In time to allow oi arrangements being made 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 writs fully and clearly—the editor will do the rest. Weddings, deaths, accidents, concerts, sports, social gatherings and personal paragraphs afe 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 fg not our fault. Wehnve, unfortunately, no miraculous power of knowing what is happening in all the area served by this journal, but are desirous, with your co operation, of lessening our limitations. Write the names of persons a...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 April 1914

DEATH. JEWHURST — On 13th April, 101i, at1 Glenalbyn, Frederick Jew hurst, aged 88 years, beloved father of Edgar and Frederick Jewhurst. Colonist of 9ver 60 years.

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Church Notices. ANGLICAN. SUNDAY, APRIL 19th. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 April 1914

Church Noticcs. ANGLICAN. SUNDAY, A'PRIL 191b. Iiifjlewooil— H 11.111., 11.C. v 11 sum., Mntlitia. 7 ii.iii., Evensong. KurtiiiK— li p.m., EveiiKong ; Biiilgowuter—• 3 45 p.m., Evensong All services by the Vicar. ' Korong Vale — 11 a.m., Mattins. 7 pan., Evensong. Powlett 3 p.m., Evensong. [ AH services by Mr. Walter IValteia.

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Constable's illness. NOVEL DISCOVERY BY DOCTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 April 1914

Constable's- illness. novel- piscoviiRy by doctohs. MrtuiitedjCoristJiliIo";.FAtturini. of .Serpen-1 tine, is very ill in.Nuise-McKinnon'spii | vate liufpithl, ■ Bendign. After several week of. snlVeiing lie. went tn a doctor in Inglewood,-who later sent him tn Nurse McKinmm's hospital to lie opeinted on for Htnne in the bladder. • Til is operation was unsuccessful, :.i» no. stones' were found. Thinking the pain might he associated with Appendicitis, the doctor made a cut on the right side,,tl»e;usu»l'region of tho appendix, hut this small oigan was not found. A further examination.on the left side showed tlaf, Mr Fattoiiui was fullering from up pendicitis. He was operated on siKvess fully for that complaint. It is almost unknown'.tn medical science for the apppn dix to he on the'left side. The case of Constable IJaltoiini is the • first known iu l!.'iu]ij>o.p^i i'n" .h'is su(Ierih<£ Mr Kr,t loiim: »li<S '/requent. injection of Jjb"inllut>no£i- &l...

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Newbridge Sports. SUCCESSFUL GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 April 1914

Newbridge Sports. S U C CIC S S F UIjG A T H li K1N Beautiful weather hm's experienced by tho people of Newbridge for their tin tun I Knster gathering, which iv.ts held in the reserve on MoniUy lust. There whs groit activity from eaily morning in unking (inn! preparations for tho day's sport, for which n Ihst-clnss protjramnio of sevantoon ovents hud l,ieen drawn up. Shortly after dinnoi peopie from nil the surrounding districts begun to,roll up, rind curly in tho afternoon a good ciowd h id assembled at tho trysting pfice, which is beautifully nituated on the hanks of tho Loddon itiver. It was a liiijit, .sunny dity, with just enough breeze (n tamper the r,iys of the sun and keep gvitiylwdy cool. The takings at this ante— J*i-" - are l.'m jl',vt id) record fur many years. The day's proceedings welt greatly enlivened by tbu Hi idgeivater Brass Hind, which played i number of selections very nicely at intervals duiing tho afternoon. The various oflicers and committees trot Iced dilige...

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FERNIHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 17 April 1914

FERNIHURST. Once mnio it is our painful duty., to chronicle the passing away nf one of our distiict'a oldest and most valued pionoeta in the person of Mr Johnson, senr. Ths deceased gentleman, >vho was 77 yetrs old, was among the liist to s»lect land in thii I part of the Loddiin Valley, and was from the beginning one of the foremost in pro moling the genetal welfare of tho noithern district, anion" other things being the fust secretary to the pioneers who established in the old Union Chapel on July, 8, 1878, the My.-in public cemetery, and within tl(q sicrcd precitiels of which his body wan on the .'iOtli tilt, laid to rest. Laser he occu pied the president's chair of the Boorfc Distiict Agricultural Society, and remained a member until ho relinquished farming pursuits and retired to Pascon Yale, nesr Melbourne, about K1 years ago. Socially he was always ready lo help a neighbor &t any hour, night or day, especially in casea of sickness, whether in man or hea9l. Tim dece...

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