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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 21 April 1914

Why Hair Falls Out. The Cause—And Its Prevention. Dr. N. Duclaud. . Tour hair f ills out either because the root* shrivel up arid die, or because the scalp relaxes and'loosens its hold, upnri the nair roots. This is almost in variably il.ue To dandrufl germs which rrib the Hail'of'its nutrition,'actually starving It to death. To •lop hair falling out and prevent total or partial baldness the dandiuff germ must be destroyed.' -For this'purpose, physicians and liair. specialists now;invariably pre icribea lotion composed of Jdram menthol crystals, 'i ounces of bay ru'ni, aiid- one ounce of lavona dc coniposee. Rub well into the scalp with'the1 finger tips, and »v»ry dandiuff aerm will lie" destroyed within two or three days. Tlfe liair will slop falling! c ut and lie^in to . grow at an amazing rate, and brittle and scanty hair will' become soft, glossy and luxuriant. The renulti following the use of this for mula are so.truly remarkable t|iat I strong; -ly'advise every rbader whose lw...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 21 April 1914

FOOTBAJJj. - The annuitl meeting of the Inglewnod :lub «ill he held Ht the Royal Hotel on Thursday evening at 8.30. A full attend arce of all interested is desired, j ^ A propose! is to hand from the Knrong Y-tle club that a mutch should be arMn«ed, on a date to be 6xed, between a team picked from that district :\nd one Mlected from the Tnjjlewood distiict, the proceeds to lie donated to the hospital. The idea i> one that "ill probably meet with general sup port, and will be considered by the local club at its meeting on Thursday evening. The Arnold football club hold a meeting on Thursday evening last, when there trgra over 20 member* presenl. It w«w untni muu?!y decided to join an awociuion, »Dd •iu epucaiur l-o made tit fur in in association fro in mimigst the JJeivbridge. T»rn-isall*, Uhcol. unit Annild c'.uIk. It- this c»ni)ot 'w .in.'tii»ed. Arnold will join the Loddonj Valji-y iiwociition. Promises of support fr'im the star pluyers of neveril of the Iftdirix district clubs...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Approaching Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 21 April 1914

Approaching Sales. i pril. 22.—Sale of 10 acres freehold l*nj,7-rooine<i cortage'nhd furniture, etc, lit l?heola, on ~ belialf1 of- Mr. Howell Yoratli. - Thomas Morrow afiil'Cd., auctioneer!.' April Sil.-Cieirinf; s»te of Koraes, cattle, lilieep, f«nn implements, etc, at "Yir rnyne Pavlc," Serpentine, nn account nf Mr W. Bissett.-Lfowo und McColough *nd John Watson slid Co, i»uctione«r« in conjunction. Apiil 28.—Logan • stock '.sale.—1Thorn**. Mm row and Co., auctioneers. April .">0.—Inglewoodstock Hale.-Thomas Morrow and Co., auctioneers, April 30,—At Inulevrood sale yarda, sal* of .202 acres of freehold at Korting, on behalf of Mr P. J. Hogari.—TUomar Morrow & Co., auctioneers.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 21 April 1914

• «Y AUCTIOhV; <1 • * Thomas Morrow 'St Co, Auotioneecii. 8Tfj$S; AM) STATION.: AG fcN'T!'/. • ' In^lcyyood and Bendigo, • \LT fllffirknches at CbmrltoD, Wyehe WW proof, Boor*, Logaa,. Newet*«d . Pyal<uiir, Kilmore a.n.i L*DcefleW. , LAND Md CiEABiNtt SALES Condactedhr allj-.trts of tli>; State. ' 1 .oans nqjjot^fed in'broad gcrrs at low rate* __ IIepke^knt :— • '-T(*)gety and Co l.iruiitil. i'car ion, uwo, Siiiiili-.nmi. Co.- .. . T. Robinson ami Co, Prrijity,- l.til/ Wiechei1 and Co, SuperpliosjAiates. Shiep and Cattle Trucks promptly swured ..." . and ipsded. sales ot siock Will b« bald am the follow ini <3ai*«: WTCmffEOO*. Tn««tay. APHIL 2S CMitLTON WalneatMV. APRIL -9 OUAMBATOOK Thursday, A PHIL M •OOBT Friday, MA\ 1 A*i wetj:»t»cc«*ding Fo**?"io,,t al eacfc of above places. Inglewoocl-Mafket.-i 1H0RSDAY. APRIL 30. THOMAS.\101JU0W and CO. aiinonnct tbat they will hold their usual sale ■••above,. at their yards, on the abovr lata, wEen'lhe? wi...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 21 April 1914

Advertise Your District! TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. If you wish your district to gain prom inence, 'do" liot ke<«> the knowledge of local happenings to yourself...-Ifryou wish events in which you nr.: interested to be made publicr just iioji •*.Jittpto "The Advertiser" office in . timt\ to allow of arrangements being: made reporter to at tend, or, falling .that, try ... your own hand at reporting. -'Don't bother to any grout extent about??Tlie-composition: of; articles; just write fully and clearly—the editor ivill 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 is not our fsult. " We have, unfortunately',; no miraculous power-of. ^knowing' wlvatis happening in-all thearea served by this journal, bi^t are desirous, with your co operation, of lesseni...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OBITUARY. MISS M. J. METHVIN, NEWBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 21 April 1914

OBITIAIY. MISS M. J. MKTHVIN, NEWBRIIX3E. ■ The death took puce it ihe hoapiul on Saturday on MUs ilary Jane Methrin, <ku old and esteemed resident of Vewbridiw, at the &ge of 64 years. Tlio deceased lady'* I end was brought about by an unfoi t a .v ! circumstance. About * uuet: ago *!,.• w»> working .it her borne when ;i tile dropped irflfa s^elf *nd struck het on.the' h*nd, iri fiicting a wound. Thin caused uoisoninij to set in and give her tumble. She jour n«yed to , Ingle-food and consulted Dp. [ Dernvin, .*ho detained tier at the hospital for treatment. The atteution pmved un av.tilin;*. however, and death took place on Siturdiy, the c-.iu»e brii.g the poisoned. #rm ind toxaemia. The deceased >ag well *IW lif'>r.ili])p known in tile .\t vrljndije di>trlcr,_and s-inceje regiet at l)er demUe wan 7e]f. ' Slie w is .1 iwlive nf luvinu been born in Melbourne, xnd it •ided in tli State all her life. The tie cea>ed *.1? a Mi-ter of .Mrs. S. .Shelton, ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Inglewood Advertiser, TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 21 April 1914

fjjrt- itylefofrt TUESDAY. AKUin 21.^1914. 'ti-i:- V: I Our attention hiviny lieen <lr»«n to vaiinus ptnteuiep^s .Jnudu^ iif^Uie report published in c«ir Uni? issue— #hich w»s tiVen fiom » ltetidigii contemporary—con earning the illnens nf Const itile tutlorini, nf Serpentine, »nd the operation subfe quently performed on him in lJeniligo, we ttke tki.x opportunity of placing the _ factjof the case before the pnliiic. The account of the operation was incorrect, as wss-jt's? that,'!!, ihn <Ji lynnsi*. . It was uot found that CiinsUlileTnttniini was jutTer ing fn»m appendicitis', but from appenaicu* l»r colic, with ihe appendix on the left tide simulating . * >tone. The patient Was givtn tiiB best hf attention at. Nuise. McKinnon's hojpit-%1, wheie the ojfoNClmn perfiirmsd. »nd. «r»» con rtmtly attended l>y a nurse specially en gaged. The - c»ie • i* of. gieut intereit in medicil circled oning to thu »ppe»dii being on the left side. The operation *•»« perfor...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Alleged Wheat Stealing. THREE ACOUSED REMANDED. CHARGE AGIANST MR. POLLARD WITHDRAWN. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 21 April 1914

2555555555I AilegedJVtaeatStetlInt ' three acousep remanded. phabge against mr. pollarp 0,1A" Withdrawn*. At the Honclico City Court on Thursday bifnre»Mt R, N.'Moon\ P.M., mid Mesmj Jt. H. Andeipon. T.M , T. Suuieiviilc and J T. Dowd, -Th P., Oenrpe. ftuclmnan Middle.'.(in, station. mnMer; ThViriiiw'Cowling, ■ir-.-intniitftntioii iiinetur, HBcl Edward Noimi,; lnhnrer, wore remanded until 30th inct. iV.in;, on chiiiiim of having Htolen 184 hag? of wheat diiiini,' transit on the Victorian Railway#. Mr.Luke Murphy .appeared for Cowling: mid Nofon, and $ir John.Quick represented Middleton. ,In each case bail was Kited atl £ioo.: Io the oue of Jarnea Pollard, «ifm hud been charged with having received 42 ha«< ofwheat, alleged to have been atoleb while in, transit. the . Victfriah' Railway*, Superintendent. Cungt-y a.iidrl 'ask' par." mj^ioh!,Jo. .withdraw thin charge, and in dnjpg .jos I would like to s«y here, for the benefit.of Mr. Pollard,.'and in explanation' nf. thp wp*k...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 21 April 1914

Typo PQSES A CO^ri.KTK p(lKK. "1 ifiii mbj«oi-tn*)>OH°el trouble w||h il vaum*-'pain and iiiconvcnioiiL'o,"' wrii',J Mr. Alfred'Warns 145.Auburn lbunl, A • .burn, Victoria, "but have al*nv.«. (niin I two dotes of Cha«it»orlaiii'a' Ooliv,"1"' Diarrlrea Reinwly to vJfcct &. ooimj'l--' curt.'. I am pleased to kcimv that i!;aurb a salt; and certain-.. remedy x? Chamberlain's Colic apd PiarrFroM Rpmedv. and alwavakeep a bottle handy.1 Sold by W. Jenninps storekeeper Ingle if.ofid i»d Aiysja.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 21 April 1914

. MAKK HIH;FEEL youko. t "I had paine in.Hie ofiest atid Bfomach which the doctor said were due to indtf nation," write* Mr. E, Hea'ley, Saddlfir, Kaijrimu, N.Z. ."^.phis medicine did me no^ood I.wai advi^-d .to try Chamber* Jaiii'g Tajtlefs, aiiif'tJid go. I got imnio diate relief, and >;u now. licver w ithout a bottle in inv. r«mi.." I am • very old ijiain bill Chan.berlain'g Tnhlete niake 1110 feel well and young." Sold by W. JemiiuM, rcrekeej.tr, Inglew-oo4 gnd'.Vysig.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Secrets of a Complexion Specialist. A Simple Prescription by which a Specialist quickly restored Hundreds of Rained Complexions. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 21 April 1914

Secrets of a Complexion Specialist. A Simple Prescription i»y which x. \ Specialist.quickly restored Hundreds nf ,Jtmned Complexions. I All jecent conf«rence of jpeciiliVti"in | interesting discussion took place in rejwrd to the w»ys *nd means' for beHUtiTymjj^nd removing b*d complexions, snd the experts in thi* line all agreed to the great vslue o' wh »t i< known imonjj specialists »s Floxoio Lotion. A well known akin and com plexion specinlift- present g«ve some won derful instance' of cnies where his patient* hnd re»tored their distigured complexion* in in exceedingly short time by applying this'lotion, which conMst* of two ounces of J rn>e w»ter, on* ilnm of •Tincture Benzoin, *nd two ounflpss of Flowers- of- Qjion, and •cm l>e prepared liy any elienjiit,: many of nlmin keep it put up i-estdy. for..u*« und«i; ^iie.ntme of.rPliixoio Lotion.^ He,advised the np|>]tc4ti»ti "/ tlie' luti,Tu.-ni^ht . »t)d; uuiifiitig witli * soft cloth or sponge, ,'iiicT »h*t he ha...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cycling and Motoring Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 21 April 1914

Cycling and Motoring Notes. Ainony I he Au.-f r*li«ri cycling cluU intense interest.ircentreing in the Dunlip 100 miles relay' competition which close« 011 30ih ir»t. - .A cablegram received last week from -Christch'urch by the Dunlop Bub'uer Company conveyed the intelligence thaMhe South Canterbury C.O. (N Z») h»d broken the record of 4 hr» 23 mins.13 4-0 ■»ec< htandiny for many week'to the credit of the Cul.uiu'.t.' C. (Yic.},.t!ie new fig'ufej being,4 nts 2i3.iuios.i1.secs, le-djj- iin« performance, and Which place's lire South Canterbury Club st thn tup or the list, Coburg fnllina back inio second place *nd the North Suburban Club, Perth (W.A.), third. It .appears, honever, that the.ln. termediate time of C. J. Senior (Per th), who covered liis section of 10 mifes in 25 mini 17 sees, remains unbeaten." Before I ho end of the month we mayeipect th«t numernm ittempU »ill be made t<i secure the ,I.JOl first prize. The Automobile Club of Victoria, with a view t...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Korong Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 21 April 1914

• Koironi^Wfe Cou tfcH. ' I * A[ipenj.'d will lit; fnmiii -i.rii11iiJV-.u;n ctl items held over ftnm lt.-i i-.-iie , •' .RK>OllTS. | t'rniTi Dr T»yK>i nt,<i Dr _Drrn»wi, hrwl'h" l ollictT.". li'I.'ll Ulli: l lie llf:illll ..f i lir ii'HI li, I Cuntr;ll .and ~nuth tidings is <_'Oi>d ; fri.m VTieiili', treasurer. reCri|jt* i-inta Jli.-t. iiicetiiiji L.189 T7s 4d ; from, J. Somtr ^vilfts eireUker'of Hardens, iepr<:tinj: 12iV , 'if w.»,ter in reservoir ; ft run Dr. WilkiVon, IIIgleWoud./Ti'pnrtipy it L-i^e i:f fat Kdi ting ; ffoni L). Bird and F. 'Hicivie', jins^ctyre.tf nuisance* in wiu'ift riding, rc I jK)rtinf*'their district* in a'Military-cdtiili. • tion.— ihe tepoit-J wfere tretcived, ind'Dr. ' Wilkinson's was indexed to lie sent, to l)'r. DejjtV'11;. a■. . ' ' ' CoBiitkliJe'iiobltlr,' inspector of ntiij/incet' at 'VY§<iderbiiin, T'opnrtfcd that thVirnpiove mrnta required .liy-Inspector Reesftt Mts*u ' Q.."f.;f5initli'> «nd \...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Markets. COUNTRY STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 21 April 1914

The-Markets.— *>l^vsfa?3sf(Kk Thornirfr-Morrow -*nd Co.'fcporfc KM ingj held (heir Monthly stock f.ily nfr.lleiKb* tm j Tuesday iriicn tHyarded .r>0.'i sUne'J "beep; 47 f.11 'do., nrul 7 hcatl e.iltk*. Tht;, attendance «*.< "smiill, and l.iddiii" nt .aoc-i tion wns'diill-ovTin; !<> the cui'imud diyl weitlrcrf We snld the hulk o£ the yurdinyi ;it tlie following quotitions: — 5 & G-yr-nld merino ewe*, i ither thin and in iamb t')| Liifcnln rams, 10s lid ; aged do. do., 7 s1 3d; fill merino wether, 18-: 9d ; 12 months old »tef r? in.l heir'erf, 23s ; venters, 40s. • AVe sold for the following vendors :—Messrs C. Niven, H. Fr'ascr, ' W-. Dawson and A. Mes*rs Spencer; Yalns and Cj.-report We co'ndactvd our monthly-stick .sale at. our yard.*", Wedderlulm-,- on .Wednesday la«t, when to a goad-niuater of huyets i*e offered a fulljardine ofsheep, thenumber tot*lling'-upwarda of - 5900. Merino and comeliicL- ewks of a good standard, welt in limb,»dx3 in ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 21 April 1914

CVCLINO. Fled. White, who w Httemptiug t i lower Birtie's cycling reofird ffinn pieiiunt)e tn Sydney -of dAys 11. hours lf> liiihute^, nriive'1 at Adelaide on Suhdsy Hftprnonn) only live hours behind Birtle'.-t time fur 1L2 Freiuantle-Adelaide stage. The 11)30 miles of country on the Wwt Au.Uraliin side of the border, he s-iys, i> in a lind stite for want of water. .She.'pnie dyin* and. rib hits are M»rce. He expressed the opinion that (he proposed overland tiip to Adelaide hy the West Australian hoys Would be an act of madness. White eipectj to'reach Mellwiiirne on Thursday or Fiiday next | 9/)(j tjjFdni^ the followingTieiaiy. ' j

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Rheola Charity Carnival. APPROXIMATE RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 21 April 1914

Hheolp Charity Carnival. APPROXIMATE- RECEIPTS; -An idea cfthe successful charactei rfthe above spoiij can lie obtained .from the fol lowing figure.-:, which are the approximate .takings'for the day, independent of.collec tions ■ -. . . .. - £ s. d. Cites- 35..Q. ft. Bur , -M O.- . O. Bizaar... ... - . ... 2a-; * Fruit St »ll . ... '-'..i ; 1CL ,0 7 Luncheon A. 5V.-3. 0*me»(JLJs%»c) * j/..!'JVvlSn*0: • .» Games (J. Catto) , 4.7;J*. ,0 c Concert And Ball. Si' .0' 0 ; Motor Joy-i ides • . ... _',4 j'iT/.O,.' Ijiinchenn at ni^hi - . 3 12. ft ..Entry Pees. ... . ; .-.. .ll .0 0 Toti! 181 2 9 , -In pur report it Rppeared that Mrs J Johm had charge' of the luncheon boith, but in truth Mrs T. Johns managed thi» department. We make this correction in justice to the lasthamed lady, whose effort were greatly, appreciated by the commit tee.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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POMPAPIEL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 21 April 1914

j . pbMPAPiELn ./(FROM: OUK COKRKSPOXp^NT.Vu. Mr Q'bonoluie, inspeotor.jif "thjs 'Po'st'il P.<i|wrln)ent,. \ i-sitetl her* Inst Th'iiisd.iyi'for the pi»j;po$o., of in.«pectiti£» .the j'jhiiposiy} rout# f/ir. tbd telepboiie/.i)e'rjuijsi^ri;^.iv'iog beep .gvijHted, fj>r its ercctim)' .the fence tneloi-iDg ,tlia Wat.liaise .ch^tV nel by tlie Water Commission. h'jeieeogjrHset} jbe^Dpcesyuty .fpr »ud promised to.recmiimeild iji.cbostt.uc; tion.: ; -,; , V. Metsr*01d»nd Rodgers intend npgn.i'ni » Keneral'.«tnre ai Bear's-Lsgnnri, the liuitd iiijf now being in cnuiSeofae>>n$l'ructt»h' 'on a liliTct 'of land SdjM'ning. '.lie new - Me jhaoics' Institute purchased from Mi E Mossop. ' ' A" fino WVifheim pir.nn lsa« been pur chased fir the'IiiVtinitc.' "Fifty points of tain fell r>n Friday night.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 24 April 1914

ACK H1NGA Chinese" Doctor and Herbalist,. Howard Place, BENDIG0, I (T.ale of Maryborough) ■ | PHACTXTIONl'B in Surgery and Modi-1 cine, having paused eramiiituiou» in ' OutuB (Cbinit) na Cliincfle doctor, and | practised in the Hospital at Sun Ming City «r three \ears, will „ I Visit Inglewood OH Thursday, April 30, and may be consulted at Donaldsou's Pelican Hotel from 8.30 a.m. to 4 p.ia. TESTIMONIALS: "Mr. Ack Hint;, Chinece HerLalitt, Maryborough.— 1, the undersigned, have much pleasure iu testifying to the great good derived from Mr. Ack Hint's treat ment. Three months ago I was struck with muscular paralysis, which has now left me owing to his herbal treatment.— R. Pbime, Maryborough." 4iI feel A cannot thank Dr. ack wing e.nough for the kind attention to me while \\nder treatment since June lust. Wh^11 in West Australia I injure*! myself in ternally, and in spite of the operations tliat performed, and the treatment of three doctors, no relief was afiorded, When 1 returned to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 24 April 1914

HAD TO LAY UP WITH COLD. "I had a soveve cold accompanied with distressing pains in the chest, and had to lay up," writes Mr. Sam Scott, 5G Fitz gerald street, North Perth, AV.A. "Iliad tried all sorts of medicines, bu*. nothing did me the slightest good. Having Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in Block I tried that, and it gave me instant relief, and I was qnicklv cured. Best of all I have remained cured." Gold by W Jennings, storekeeper Inglewood" and MyBia MARE IIJM FREL YOUNG. ■'I had-paino in the ohest and stomach which ihc doctor said were-due to indi gestion," writes Mr. E. Healey" Saddlor, Raurimu, N.Z. "Lh hlg medicine did me no good I was advlgcd to try Chamber lain's Tatletg, and did go. I got imme diate relief, and am now never without a bottle in my room. I am a very old man, but Chamberlain's Tablets make me feel well and young." Sold by W. Jennings, storekeeper, Inglewood and Mysia. i TWO DOSES A COMPLETE CURE "I am subject to bowel troubles which cause pain and inconvenien...

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East Loddon Shire Councll. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 24 April 1914

T.. ' ■ -==> East Loddoh Shire Council. MONTHLY MKKTINO. Tim monthly meeting i>f the council w«g hold-nt llio Sliiie 11 nil, St-i pent i ne. m, NVedno.-xUy. Piesmit: —Cr.s BisseU (presi dent), Shaw, Coulter,. (.'nutts, C.it«y Mahoney. COltHKHJ'ONnrNOB. 1. From Public Work* Ltapartmaal, with shim for £108 OJ, pirt of i'«-voUi of last year's speci il Rinnt.—Received. 2. From Hon. T. Ijini;diiii, stutinjjtlut l\u will support the application for th» *p pointinent of Messrs Kttuislitnk *nd McOrutli »8.Is,P. — Received.'. i H. From with lettur from Ui».tuw Department, tluit the application* hud* will receive attention.—Received. ) 4. From Lmv Department, to the like ettect.—Received. j 5. From tlia Treasury, with oUim for £03, the licenses equivalent.—Received. | ('). From Hon. John Gray, (Utiog tb»t he « ill support the petition re Loddoa United Waterworks.Trust.—Received. 7. From Hon. T. Langdon, th« lik«, that, he will-present it.—Received. g From tlie secretary to the Sbir* of ...

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