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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 April 1914

TEjNUIS. Contrary to expectations, the tourna-1 ment matches were, not completed" ov Saturday last, and several matches yet remain to be played. Finality in the Ladies' Doubles was obtained last week, when Misses Quick and Taysom, by de feating Misses Smith and Gray in two straight e.ets, carried off the trophy. An interesting encounter was fought out be tween Messrs. Embury and R. Smith in the Men's Singles, the latter winning at 4—6,6—5, 6—2. In thesamecompetition C. Gladman and Cameron had an equally I Interesting tussle, the rubber falling to. Cameron at 1—G, 6—4, 7—5. Playing vesterdiiv, Deravin defeated Cameron, 6—5, G—4, and thereby qualified for tlia l'mal, in which he will meet R. Smith. In the'Mixed Double*. R. Smith and Mis* Smith beat J. P. Sutherland and Miss M. Humphrey,?3—6, 6—5, C~2.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 April 1914

Chinese- Doctor and Herbalist, Howardvftace. BENDIGO, (Lite'of Maryborough) PIUCT1TIONEB ia Surferr »od lledl - aloe, having pawed examination* ia OutaiT (China) a* Chinese Doctor, tad pfMtiaed in the Hoapital at Sun Xing City • tferw tun, will Visit Inglewood . oa Thursday, April 30, •ad owt te coacnltad at Doaaldaoa'i IVIloniIoW(miill)i.a.t*t^a. TESTIMOHIAU: "Mi. Ick Ht»f, ChiaaM Hettelict, Mart borough.—I, the iiiiiTn^iinl hare such plMMore ia Mrifyiac to the great f*od derived Iron Mr. Ack Hiif'i treat Bast. Hum Bkootba ago I «aa struck with mtucnlar parmljriU, which haa now left me —Jag to hi* herbal treatment.— S. Pmm. Maryborough." -1 (cel l cannot thank Dr. Aek Uiag •cough lot tba kind attention to me while nader IlialiiHHil lince June last. When is We*t Aaatralia I injured myself in ternally, and in epite of the operation! that performed, and the treatment of tbrce doctors, no relief was afforded. When I returned to Victoria I vieited Dr. Ack Hing, who at once diagnosed my ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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FOOTBALL. INGLEWOOD CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 April 1914

FOOTBALL. INGLEWOOD CLUB. The annual meeting was held at tho Royal.Hotel on Thursday eveniiif.', Mr T. J: Boag'presiding. The liiilaiiiie-sheut pre sented by' tho treasurer, Mr.'J. li. Ruther land, showed the club to have :a credit Mince of L9 14s 2d. The receipts fur the | reason totalled UK) 2* ~d, the principal items beinc—Donations and subscriptions, L24 12.* MS* 'gate receipt?; UJo 12a 2d ; concert) I.G,..i'.nd rebates on special twins, iid.i.-The expenditure amounted co LI06'8s od. Satisfaction at tho satisfac tory !»Wtc«cif the finances was expressed, iind- tfi'd1 balance-sheet was, subject to. auditj received aiid adopted. ' , It . was decTded that the club be ~ re 'formed and iiflilhto with the K.D.C. as ^txciafion, ^and the follo-.vint; officials were \ejected ;-{Pi^siden.t, T. J. Bong; vice presjdsitej Alessi;s.M. Donaldson, W. Tat gbell, leri'r,.J. X:. Morrow, 11. Smith, Drs Wilkinson. ;w, P.eravin ; committee,' t|ie captain, viee.flaptain, Messrs V^nt|ioff, Tatchell.ser...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 April 1914

WOLFE'S-SCHHAPPS 8pell9 Perfootion in Liquor. It is Popular Tonfo. PUBLIC NOTICE*. Methodist Church, Inglewood. SUN DAY" SCHOOL ANNIVKIISARY. 3rd May, 1914. Morning,-11 a'.m.'-- :: .Evening,T.-SOjun., 'Preacher—Rev: E. J.- HATKIjYv B.A. Special Singiug by the Children. . •" PUBLIC MKETINO Monday Evening 7.30. Collec-tiojiB on behalf of.Sunday SohODl. >i .... .. Thanks. I desire to lender my Sincere Thanka to tlie Mayor (Cr. Ansett), Mr. J. Wells and all others who organised and contri buted_ to the fund 'established for my beneiit; also to acknowledge having re ceived balance of fund, us. Id., from' the Mavor. •. MARY MARTIN. Jnglewood, 27,4/'M. GOVERNMENT NOTICBS, . 'r n ■ SAIjli' (NTo. SOT'J) of Crown Land*, in . 1'ee Simple, at the Court Home, Iiiglewood, bv Messrs. Morrpwap.'l Co , Auctioneer?,'.on Wednesday, thf filth day of May, 1!)M, at ten o'clqck a.m. .. TOWN. LOTS. ; Tnglewood.—Former holding of T, G. Harding.- l*i>set £10 per lot. Survey JE2 9s. ^Allotments 2, 3, 4,...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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WEDDERBURN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 April 1914

WEDDERBURN CLUB. -, The annual meeting of the Wpdijerbmn Football Club w:is bold in tho liro brigikde I h till on Wednesday evening, presided over by the retiring piesident, Dr. Taylor. Thfere was an attendance of over 30 members and supporters. The balance fclieet showed a satisfactory financial position. The total receipts for the season were £70 7 s -M, lea\ ing a credit balance of £.15 7s lid. The following o/jico-bc.feis were thvn elected president!,'Mr O. Rubble: vice presidents, Messrs M. J/. Maloney, • JP.1 J.. Noonan. I)rs. Taylor and Rindurmid i!»v : j R. J. Dudd ; joint secretaries, Messrs A. , Bursjo }»(] H. fjolmes ; tretsurer, Mr J. F. Clr'aig ; cnminjttpe, Meters ft. f.eijimi, W. Hume', V. McLinrun, J.' pi!<p, A. W. McGililiony, P. Hansen and W. ijowsetL ; selecting committee. Messrs If. l/iyes, J. Cri.-p, Hursjr. capt ijn nnd vice cipUin ; auditor, .Mr J. )L I>it: I dele»ites, Mesjis A. and W. llnrge, J. Crisp and the treiis j mxM-[ collectors, Messis C...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Reminders for May. LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 April 1914

Reminders for May. J7{Vk- STOCK, /" Horses.—Those stubled can lie fed liber ally. Those doing fust <>v hea\y work should he dipped if not wholly, then trace high. Those not rugged on coming into the tjtiihle at.night.should- tie wiped down and in hnlf-:nulioili'a time rugged or co.vered with Imgs.unlil the coat is dry. Old horses ami w eaned foals should bo given crushed oats., Grass-fed w6rking horses" should be given hay or straw, if there is no old grass, to counteinct tho purging effects of the young growth. . Attend to teeth and f.ect of horses to be turned out for tho winter. Cattle.—Cows, if not housed, should bo rugged, Hugs should "he removed in the daytime when the shade tenipeiature reaches 60 decrees." Give a ration of hay or straw, whole or chaffed, to counteract the purging of younjf grn;s. pott's ^bou^ to calye, If over fat', should bo pilt into a paddock in which the feed is not too abund ant: Calves should be kept in warm dry shed. Observe strict clean...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 April 1914

SOROKFS II-AIR TONIC. Tliis preparation is unsurpassed as a dandruff prevenlative. A litfle jfijriiik.eJ pn the lifijul night and mgfrijn^'fthd'i'prttly' ffltb tU scalp,'rentiers;baldness impossible! So r'tfses JIh]f" TVfriic w'jll absolutely gtq'jy hair |>pd prev'ehf-it from falling out, ' It imparts a beautiful glqssy pReen, ami bringg out all ihe - natural brightness o< ■the hair, Price 3s 9d per bottle. Ob tainable at Miss ji. Southey'e, Ingle woodj

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The Markets. COUNTRY STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 April 1914

. The Markets. COUNTRY STOCK SALES. Messrs A'illiam Wallace and Co, special stock salesmen, conducted a special .stock sale at Lamecooiie. on. Wednesday last, when''^'representative-yarding of sheep was presented.' Owing tu the'unsettled state of- the weather the attendance was tiot good, but those who were present were intent on business. Sheep—2478 penned, for ■ which,-.'.bidding, whs very animated', prices showing ati increase of Is'to 2s pur head. ' The principal tales were :—20!) crossbred owes, 4, G, ajd. 8 tooth, lata in lamb to Lincoln*, £1 0-s !>d ; ISO xbred owe?, mixed alios, poor condition, late in hunb, 18s ;!d ; I'll meiino.ewos, O.'and 8 i tooth,' in lamb to Liiicoliis, 14s 2d ; -113 comeback ;au<V 'muriitiij ewes;, good; and" faulty months, hiiibiiig to,.Lincoln's (about 20 Niiib* at fool), lfis 102.merino ewes, 4 and 0-toolh, small finmes,..14s. 3d ; .184 | merino ewes, 4. 0, and 8-tooth, forward in lamb, 14s'.; 25 -1-tooth meiino wethers, IDs 7d ; 300...

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MELBOURNE MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 April 1914

MELBOrKNK MATCHKS. | The matches) played on Saturday after nonu resulted :— ■ I Leaouk. \ Soulli Melbourne, 1+ uoals 14 behind.*, heat University, 6 goals 8 behind*. ' i | St Kilda, 8 yoals 10 behind?, heat Rich-: mond, 5 goUs 12 behind*. ! j Kitzroy, 13 yoils 15 behinds, heat Mel-1 i bourne,. 5 goils 7 b#hinds. I j Gcelotig, 8 «oals_]3 behinds, and Essen dun, 8«o.iis'lit behind?, a draw. | CiiUin«iroiid, 8 goals 8 behind*, and Carlton,..6 goals'SO' behinds, a draw. Association. \ViHiam?to«n, 11 goals 21 behinds, beat Noi'thcut#; H goals ti behinds. ' FiVitacraJr,-lU'uoils'1'1 behind?, boat Port Melbourne, 7'i{<ik1s S behind:". Brunswick, 12 gonls IS behinds, bent Bri'ilitnn, 7 U'mla 10 bHliiiids. ilVihr.an, it! a»»ls i'2 behinds, bent H»w lliunt, S griids 8' behind.!. Horth Melbourne, ' 9 goals 0 behind.*, Iiil >t K«s»mlnii; 7 go:i!s 17 behind.*.'

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Railway Revenue Booming. LARGE SURPLUS ANTICIPATED. INCREASING GOODS TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 April 1914

; Railway Revenue Booming. I IjAIJGE SULUTAJS ANTICIPATED. lNURliASING Go'otis TilAKFIU. Dui inK tl.o prist few yoncs I III IV li;is lnjci: » !'L*rtei-1! cxpinsi'iii m iriUvny (i .iiioin •St ;il e, ii'itli ;i i',ii i i:sp iHtli.ii;. iiior onsi' in' levotiip. Tin' iin;>1 <'iit, Iimi jvci , li-i* 11 l>ei"t uK> r. in ul; .d .-incc 1st July l ist. A j t-i it^'iiK-iit :r. lil.il-io I i.-l; n-ei I; l.y I lie f Cmniiitaiiim r# kIioa-j. ili-i'. tho tecr.ipts for tho exrutfril puitii.11 (if the liuanci.il year am in exec's* of those of the simi lar period of 11H2-1H. During the seven days ended 14tl) April tho revenue from all sources nmouiited to tjl 18,2(15, us ngiiinst lVjr>,S22 received during tho corresponding week lint year, indicating. i»n increase of L22,'.M:i. A pro portion of this advance, however, is nitifi cial, owing to operation of tho Easter holi days, which wcro Inter this year than last. This is reflected in thu receipts for p'»«6ori per tr.itfic, whic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 April 1914

•ALE8 BY AUCTIOn. Thomas Morrow & Co, Auctioneers. STOCK AND STATION AGENTS. Inglewood and Bendigo, U7ITU Branches at Charlton, Wychc. ▼ » prcof, Boorl, Ixgac, Nev.'BteF.d PyalrjiiK.Kilmore anil Lancelleld. • LAND and .CLEA RING SALES Conducted in ill parts of th': State, Loans negotiated on broad acres at low rates | " Bkpbeskxt ^ Dalgety and Co Limited, PearBon, If owe, Sinith and Co. T. Bobinson nnd Co, Prnpty, Ltd. ' Wieclier and Co, Superphosphates. Sheep and Cattle Trucks promptly secured awl. loaded. Sales of Stock Will ba bald an the following iatfci WYCHEPBCOJ-. Tuesday, APKIL-28 CdABLTON Wcaceeuay, APK1I-. 22 gtJAHBATOOK Thursday, APRIL SO MOST • . Friday,' MAY 1 Attf every succeeding Kobthigiit at each o( above places. Inglewood Market. 'lilCRSDAY. APRIL 30. WHOMAS MORROW and CO. announce J. that they will hold their usual Bale Mabove, at their yards, on-the above ' 4*tc. when they will offer— ' V;-..,.. PJiiS- - .. 6 slips 2 porkers . , " •: FA.I SHEEP. 60 prime ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 April 1914

Advertise Your District! TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. II you wisli your district to gain prom inence, do not keop the knowledge of local happenings to yourself. If you wish events in which you are interested to be made public, just aiop a line to The Advertiser" office in time to allow of arrangements being made lot a reporter to attend, or, failing that, try your own hand at reporting. Don't bother to any ureal extent about the composition of articles; juBt write fully and clearly—the editor will do the rest. Weddings, deaths, accidents, concerts, iports, social gatherings and personal paragraphs are nil of interest to your neighbors, and by drawing public atten tion to your district yoti are doing a good work. • Tiiat there is reason for this reminder la not our fault. We have, unfortunately, no miraculous power of knowing what is happening in all the area served by tins journal, but are desirous, with your co operation, of lessening our limitations. Write the names of persons and ...

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SPORTING GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 April 1914

SPORTINCi ' J . 0 . The st'ftsjjii:". \yn!f formally c»|)cne«l on j Saturday, ViUj&f a.larye number of |i!ay- : els ami VfetiESt ;(-'0'ci .°.d vantage of the J beautiful i$^^9tyrerailing to niton:! the i links-:. tho careful nt-1 tcniioii tliem. were in ex-' cellrnt ortft'i^irw<?'h«is5v holt? lu»v«j bc-cn' added, incri'iWug il)^''Oifli' "y of the course. Tiie aftBlfeia'c*romor.y was per- [ forjned by tho^fSfafcpt, Mr. J. C. Mor TOvt, who with a fevf "-suitable remarks duly declared the links open and wished .the club s successful season. A oongra |tulatory...telegram.was. tccoived from Mr. S. F. v{;^W?sident. Mrs. I Morrow Kindly'. piwTOOT afternoon tea. i During the "aflcrnaot?V5Iixtfd Foursomes i handicap was played over nine boles, the ! results being— I-! ' -Gross Hep-.Set A. Phillips *nd Miss Isaac 50 9 41 J. M. Davies and Jliss Rennison ' 50 11 45 W. Tetchall, senr., and Mies McKean ... 5.7 12 45. \V. E. Lamorit and Mias . Cnvanagh 52 6 40 G; R. Bailev and M...

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The Inglewood Advertiser. TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 April 1914

gnglefeoflii ^Jteiiscr, Tl'KSUAY. Al'HIIi -JS. 1914. I During t-fit* ioyr ycAis lit* his "J.uen >ta"( at . Mnuntfcl-Conht-ibk.! Dj Uiul, l«y . his „im:is^umii)LT,. plo.is tnt | manner, h»«J the ci>inU-ous yt»t tbmou^hj i.f liU-iluLit s,.-I'ms won r>fiiriif>ti.« uJi iviili jhe.rh*.* )nrl * (Unlinks 'ind. ^U^rpvu»u»ly^iitet3, itUliniigli . (lju mute means pt"tuott<<u, ilie news olj his trnnsfei-eiice to Rainbow w.is received J with considouMe lugivt. A farewell suei t I j was tendered liini on Saturday-evenini;, j vxhun h number of his fiiends assembled at j llie Royal Hotel to wish hiin good-live atidj priispetipyi »■> liis.-nfiw st»tf({n: ;:TIia Mayor) (Cr. C. J. Ansett) presided, arid pfter the] usual loyal toast had lieen honored, stated j the general regret entertained at his re-] moval, constat nUtingJiim, upon .the thor-j nugh satisfaction he'li id'given in lii« official capacity and useful life as a citizen, and wishing hii'n all pasMhte. j...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 April 1914

HAD TO l,AY Ul1 WITH C01.0. '1 had a severe c<ild.ai'cuinpaiiioil with ilisln prjli'ji-ijiiiin.s'iu the chest, and (uul't!.' T>' )M>," ■w-rj.t'fs bfr- c*i'n Spirt t, pp 'Fits jit-rajd fIrpet, North l'prth, \V.A. "1 hail Iru'd all sOrtsf of medicines, bu". npthjpj; W !»i! the\'blightpet yoc.il- JJuvint! LiMMiHH'iTiiiii'g Coinfli liemedy in stock 1 iriwl that,fund it giive me instant relief, and 1 was quickly eurid. lieut ol all 1 have ipinained .eured." . told by W Jennings, storekeeper . IngWwsud and

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Dear Meat. RISE IN COST PREDICTED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 April 1914

Dear Meat. BISE IN COST PREDICTED, ( Surprise was expressed by stock agents snd pastoialists last week at the statement by M.r Frank Clarke, M.Ij.C., tint nieatj woukfesoon .he Is a pouud in Melbourne. Tlio.j-bpinion expressed by those in the utock. Iradi was that meat could iwl go be yond lid a pound, or lOd at the very out «idu. Even these price?, it tvas pointed out, .would 'probably'nut be maintained if good seasons piovaileil. ' Di.-cus'tuj: the probabilities, -of Sir. Clii'.keV ptopliecy being fulfilled, ;i vvull known .■lock asent said :—'-I do not see how the ;.iice of meat can over much Is a pound'. If it did rc.iclr tliat • h^tire, • it u-mihl not pay exporters to send meat out. of 'tha countvv. It would even pivy-tUe.in In bring it back, as lvas.done.wiiJi bullei About Vighlesn months a<jo. -i here will bo im niiiteiial alteration in tlio Lond-jr. prices',' because mq it is imported from' ail over tins world,"iKnd-cp.nsequently theie is always a good supply. Ev...

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WEDDING. WEIR—HIGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 April 1914

WEDDING. WKIR-MIOGS. (n»\m 01:11 coi:i!k3I'oni)"nt.. A vorv pi'.'l t y "e I'lin ;;i I - • i nn-'. of i!<-<<k>1< |i!n-.' tft. Ch'rcli, Aumld, <.-vT!iur'il i v 1.1-!. >•. ln::i i\li-• U.i.'v Iliaas. wr "f Mr.! :.l UisC llvas > I Ailii:!'!. ui ,rs.i Mr W. Wen, eldest f «.f .iv.i -Mm Weir, of Kuw. The nf'ici liti:' ■:'t;iuym <:i »-.is the He v. ■/. /Miiti|ut't'n, ei 'i'min^-ull.i. Tlio bride, who was yiven uv iy by her father. Junked cliaiiiiini; in u dirss of cieam em broidered silk Brussels net t<vut •! founda tion of silk, squaie train of satin lined with silk and %'al. luce frill.", the whole orna mented with peail-loveis' knots and bugle tiimniiny, and a coionet of ormpe blossoms iniid hand-worked .veil (lent by Inlde's aunt). The bridesmaids wero the Misses j Tessa and Isa Iliijgs. Tlley wer& each dressed in white silk mid .-il lover lace coats .< [nith basque's and swathe belt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 April 1914

Tilt' Roman Catholic Federation nn Thurs day sent a deputation to Mr J). MacL'iniiou, Attorney-General,' which 'nA'ed tint pro bation ofiicers of the'Konmh CJatholic faith should lie notified when summonses were ii-sued ajjainrt Koman Catholic children »s well '[s i|) pasei: ivlu'ie children were ar rest e J'. ; M'«l iilinoji ftfpljed plat lie would yive instructions that the necessary -teps should In; taken. Another reouatit W.1S that a numlier of Uoujiu Catfwlic ill igjstratfs he appoint^ to (lie hench. Mj Macliinnon replied that oitis.uis vyeiu ap pointed to Ihehepch irrespective alt^oUier nf their relj-.'ioil^ hei'icrs, mid after inquiry had been mad". as to theji yeiieial character and fitness for the position. Where in i^is: trates wuie required in ai.y siihurh the Government would jiive careful con>ilet a tion to any t'lajiris made on hehtlf of gen tlemen suitable to >.ervi>. Pi epilations fur tlio simple wlilt Me.\l Ci are liein" netively carried mi in America, i .s...

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Cycling Motoring Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 April 1914

Cyclic Motoring Notes! "Tlie motor cycle c:u nival iiitmijciI r.nd erniH .••<.:d t>y tlio Sydney Bicvclu mid Miiti • -Olwli nl Goulburu. during the i'/ish'r linliiliyn wiih n fjnil ifyiiig miccsm. Till! chief Collie.-t wns 1 hi! '1'. mi-'l Tmpliy Ji.-ici) of 100 miles. mud'- up ..f three circuits ,.f (lie ci'lir*o. Tilery iv-is h lino liel.l of fj;.nj -tf!«;itlii".11s, l^nr only n thv.Kt: - lini'lun'. 'iMch i!ie slii'iioji-.')(j...T ot tJro c'iii:»-st. Ilmiy .lei. kin.--, '.vim -,vr u, i used » 7 li.[> Indian imiciiiiii-, ,-slio.l u-itlii IJtifilul' tyro*, liis limn for Uio 100 miles'1 liL'inu -Ins (luitiis 52 4 3 sees, or nt it jj-icu j nf iiliiiiit.09 m.p.li , wliielris a nm«iiificeiit J peifiimmiice. Vet ill » 'fiy Jenkins hud ■in easy victory, for lie finished nearly 0 minutes in advance of the second miti, 6 ic-Tnylor, (lino of Victoiia, and also on -.» 7 hip. Indian. Taylor, it nppent.i, was very unfortunate in the second Up ; in tlio tir.ifc he had Rained, co...

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DYSPEPSIA AND COMMON SENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 April 1914

DYSPEPSIA AND COMMON SEN.SK. The imn or woman who is a victim of dyspepsia can't possibly enjoy anything like good health. For, mind you, when once the ufuniech gets out c,( order, tjrurj the digestive'sygtei|i—sto'jiMqh,' Ijv'dr rfnii bowels—in likely to be affected, and so you go from bad to worse. ConsjderetJ .is ohp! the .-stomach, liver find bqwelg may bo truthfully sajd tq bo something like" \ delicitely belauded Ui'ichine. ' When h •ingle part of the mechanism, s'iy t||p stomach, goes wrong, there is an immedj. »te danger that it will upset the whole, throw it out of order, and biiii" ibout n ironrral bieak.Wn To jii event or to banish dyspepsia, you can't do butter than assist your digestive otyans liy taking in occasional dose"of Mother Seisrel's Syrup, tho world famous heibal luniedy for stomach and liver troubles. It 11ms been jibfuro tjio world hii over 40 year#." "Each' yt}tuv etiih wetW,''itY fact, cases are recorded where' dy.ipoptic.-i have found relief' by resorting...

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