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MINING. BARRAKEE WOLFRAM FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 April 1914

MINING. BARRAKEE WOLFRAM FIELD. The later operations 011 this field, which is situated about 15 miles from Nine Mile, and 11 miles west of Wedderburn, are of a very satisfactory nature, and have un doubtedly added greatly to the mineral resources of the district. Messrs. Stewart and party hare opened up four lines of lode carrying payable wolfram, but their principal work lias been dona on the western and middle reefs, which are about 10 chains apart. The western reef has been exposed for a length of 400ft , and ranges from 1ft. to 2ft. in width. An open cut has been car ried along for 70ft., showing the lode to be underlaying west at a fair angle and crossing the clean slates of the surround ing country. A shaft is down 115ft. at the north end, showing rich wolfram" at the bottom-..-The middle reef |)as bps11 open ed for over 350ft. along the outcrop, and shows good wolfram throughout, a shaft has been sunk on the crown the li'll to 17ft., carrying rich ore throughout, whils' open ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRAIRIE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 April 1914

PRAIRIE. A pleasant pvenint: whs spent at Terricks West Estate on Wednesday evening laat, thn occasion being the.presentation of a wedding gift to Mr and Mr? J. C. Johnstone by the employes. The presentation con sisted of a handsome black marble eight-day clock and silver-mounted oaken inkstand, both suitably insciibed. Mi" James Hird presided, and refened in eulogistic terms to III" and Mrs Johnstone, his remarks being supported by Mr Walter Miles. Mr frank II. Playford made the presentation on behalf of his fellow employes, Mr John stone miking a tittiny acknowledgment. The singing of "Auld Lang Syne" brought a very pleasant gathering to a close.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Approaching Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 April 1914

Approaching Sales. Apiil Sfi.—Jvoynn stqcli' sale.—Thonns * Mo)V5w find f^o., ajittinpsgrg. Api.il ;1Q.—fnglewoqdstopk «tle.-Thoma» Motroqr an.d Co., aiictinneprs. Aptil 30,—Af Inclcwood sale yards, sale of 202 acres of frpejiolc) at Kurlinu, 011 Ijeiialf of Mr I) J, Ilugan.—Tlioniaa Morrow £ Co , auctioneers, May 12.—Sile of 144 acres of Und at Healiha, in 1 estate of John Pearson, deceased.—Thomas Morrow and Co., auctioned s.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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POSE[?]DON ALLUVIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 April 1914

TOSEfDOK ALLUVIAL, At 'Iho Poseidon Company tho 'wssh a pan eel up is draining satisfactorily; and the •jiound is cf good payable quality. It is confidently expected that panelling opera tions nil) pomi|ience jp n])r>iit five weeks and l lint the .Mttj' call will ije the last. A nice nugget wns> uiienl thcd at the New Chum inlne, Havelocb, lust week, which weighed over 20nz when cleaned.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 1 May 1914

General Printing, Thero is nobody who does not need Printing of some kind. : Tlie Business man requires the Jiumeroue lines tha,t are o*Ued for in tin regular course of his operation*. In addition, if ho be live and up-to-date, fa* should have circulars and price list* to supplement his nowspaper adrertitin| in keeping his customers, present and l»rospeotive, in touch with what h* iife ing and how he is doing it. There is no business that ii not tusceptiMe to 11m leaven of Plenty of Printer's Ink judiciously used. Societies and Clubs requiro Rules, Programmes, Tickets, Syllabus Cards, Circulars, etc. Every organisation needs Printing and in placing the orders it should be borne in mind that tho local newspaper expends a lot of time and labor in giving the publicity which is the breath of life to every public institu- ' tion. I Other people want Printing for private uso. Just to mention one item by way if illustration, Letter Paper should have printed headings. It costs very little e...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 1 May 1914

j POSTAL RATES ANB R^ftOLAtttHW fir 2— <r. [\niuio tho terni "Tho Conunon wcalth" is used ill connection with these rales and regulations it inckidel Pr.pua, Lord Howe island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. For every J ounce or fraction thereof* For delivery within the Comkah wealth .. .. .. A ..0 1 For delivery in the liriiibU Em pire .. 0 1 For delivery in tbo Now Hebridtfc ■ Banks, and Torres Island* 0 ® 1. For delivery in other placei .. .» • fl^ Lli'ITElt CARDS, For delivery witkin tho CominonwMitik I Single, Id. eaoh; r»pljr, Jd. Mkofa kqtf, For delivery in tb« Britiih Empir* (M list of places uad«r "Litt*s">— gle. Id. eacb. For delivery in Jf*w BabridM, Baafc*, and Tone* —(Sir®!*, 2d. aaeh. For delivery in otfear (Im— Btngto, 2)d. each. POST CARDS. Single Pofitosrde impreMfd witk the Id. stamp, and Heply or double oardi, each half of which hM the Id. itami impressed thereon, may be tr»ii*nitte3 to places within the Commonwealth, and to those placet, enumerated un...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 1 May 1914

' HAD TO LAV UP WITII COI.D. "I ha 1 a severe cold accompanied wilh distressing pains in the chest, ami had to lay up," writes Mr. Sam Scott, 56 Fitz gerald street, North Perth, \V.A._ "i had tried all eorts of medicines, lm'.'nothing did me the slightest pood. Having Chamberlain's CouLdi Utmo ly in stock I tried that, and it gave me instant relief, and I was quickly cured. Best of all I have remained cured." (old by W Jenningi, stciekceper In/lewood and Mysia . Chamberlain's Tablet; : VdMTi ni 4»v«tm MISCELLANEOUS. COMMERCIAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE GO. Fire Insurance (Houses, Haystacks and Standing Crops) Lire ,Stock "ltd Wonting /»" in La At Lowest Bate*. Ageut for In<lewood and Dietrict— F. H SYMONDS, Erooke-street, Tnglewood Agent for— MitetiQU &. Co's. Agricultural Implements, • .Ploughs, Drills, Harvester?, Harrows, Disc Cultivators, Reapers and Hinders, Mowers, Uav ltakes, Oil Kngines, Diabolo Cream ScDarators, Milking Machines, Road Graders, I'.um Rollers, I...

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SPORTING. TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 1 May 1914

SPORTINC*. 0 TEiNNIS. The final match of the Men's Singles! competition was played on Wednesday! between K. Smith ami Dr Deravin. Con- j siderable interest was taken in .the, event, which proved highly interesting.! After a keenly - fought match ^mith. scored a victory nt o—U, 6—5, 0—4. I

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Chosen People. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 1 May 1914

The Chosen People.' One day a wealthy Jew received a visit from his cousin Levi. "My friend," said Levi, "I am in great distress, and I rely on you to enable me to earn some money." "You have come at the right time," replied Isaac. "I have just bought some trees. You can saw them up for me." "And what wiil you pay ma for the work?" Levi asked. "lion Dieu," Isaac responded, "I would have given three francs a day to a Christian; but one ought to pay a co-religionist more. Therefore I will give you five francs a-day." "Well," said Levi, after reflecting a few moments, ",;ivc me two francs, und get a Christian to saw your wood. That will amount to the same thing for you."

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 1 May 1914

FOOTBALL. The season will be opened locally cm Wednesday by ;i match between the Tar uauulla Wednesday club and nil Ingle ivobtl second-rate eighteen. All localH desirous of participating will kindly no tify tlie senior club secretary.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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GRANDMOTHERS OF TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 1 May 1914

GRANDMOTHERS OF TO-DAY. Times have changed since the days wlien the grandmother sat in the chim ney corner, knitting socks and mit tens. Women who have married early in life have no more inclination for subsiding into arm-chairs and giving up all interests in life than have the young mothers themselves. The grandmother of the present day plays golf as often as not, and, what is more, has been known to leave her grand daughter far behind on the links. ' There are 'artists, musicians, and writers among the grandmothers of to-day, women who are doing their part of the world's work, and women who have chosen careers for them selves, while they were taking care of their own children, and who keep, steadily on, with as much love in their hearts for their descendants as if their lives had been given up entirely to domestic duties pure and simple. Fifty years ago all the grandmothers, except in a few rare instances, were fashioned after much the same type, whose outward expression was a han...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRIDGEWATER CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 1 May 1914

BRIDGEWATER CLUB. If the interest tukeii in the rvnnu.il meet ing cm be Ukeit us a criterion of the sup poit ti> lie accuded liy putrons during the cnnin« season, then tlie Bridaewnter clul) is in fi r a prosperous time. At the meet ing held on Wednesday night there whs * splendid uttendinci!, the reading-room of the Mechanic's Institute being growded, and considerate enthusiasm was shown. In the absence of .Mr W. lJissett, president, .Mr J. J. Embury presided. Theio is every prospect this year tint ISiidgewnter will li.ive good team, mid in their determine tion to mike good tnd claim a "leg in" for the shield they will he .icc irded thesymp* | thy »f all tine followers »i the sport. The balance she '.t, submitted liy Air ' iiur^'i', secretary, showed (i credit balance ■ if £7 !>s lid, the roeipt-s hiving been £73 Os Oil and the expenditure £li(i Os .'SI. The princip.il items of receipts were—Donations and subscriptions, £22 1 -I- 2.1 : gate re ceipts, £33 14s il l ; rebates o...

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ANCESTRY OF THE EX-EMPRESS EUGENIE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 1 May 1914

ANCESTRY OF THE EX-EMPRESS EUGENIE. Recently the ex-Empress Eugenic sent to the Glasgow Dumfriesshire So ciety a cheque for five pounds, and accompanied the gift by a letter in which she wrote that she was v.nited to Dumfriesshire by the most ancient ties. This is a reminder that her grandfather was a certain William Kirkpatrick, who at one time kept a grocer's shop at Belfast. The grocer emigrated to America, prospered, and was sent to Malaga as United States Consul, where he married the eldest daughter of a Belgian named Gro vigny. A daughter of this marriage married the Marquis of Montijo, and on the death of the Marquis his widow took her daughter Eugenie on a Euro pean tour, during which the latter met. Prince Louis Bonaparte, avowed herself one of his adherents, and even tually married him. Her connection with Dumfries arises from the fact that her grandfather, the Belfast grocer, was a lineal descendant of a George Kirkpatrick, who went in 1C90 .to Ireland from Closeburn, Dum...

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RHEOLA. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 1 May 1914

RHEOLA. (kho.m our. C(>ii:iksI'c)Xii;:vt.) A u:e. till" of the spoils cuiiMuitlce \vR9 held <111 iS;itunl:iy jiii-sideiil \Ii II,,[. ilacks'iii, pre-idiii;. A-mii lis 1:11 u 11 >_itl In £05 14 r (inchl -si worn pmed fur |i lyiiitjnr. Al■<!. Kiih.ii indium •mil A If. 11u-1 ,ind were appointiM auditor*. It. wis ilcc:ili»d In «ill i>i 'ill colloet.iH'4 lints by S itunU.v, May '.Mi, alien it \v»a hoped'all sulisciiptions prmiis'jd would |JU in' hind. This would enable the final meeting to take place mi Kith M:iy. 'X'lia secretuy iopuitoil that he hid disposed of the chips from tl.o wood chop fur the turn uf 10<. His action whs approved. It was found th.«t there ivsre four article!', viz, a tin of te i. a phir of English lidinu troutem, two bottles of winu and a ;jumpkin (Uheola never Imd sports without the pumpkin) still to be disposed of. A buyer wnautonce found lor thu lei, mxl the president under took to sell the Ir.iuseis. The pumpkin, weigh...

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TAKING THE TIDE AT THE FLOOD [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 1 May 1914

fAKINQ THE TIDE AT THE FLOOD •• The story of the life of Sir Joseph Duveen, whose death was announced recently, rends like a romance. Prom u working blacksmith to a wealthy art Connoisseur who gave a uciv picture gallery to the country of his adoption —emo a long atep; but tha young blBCkamith, when he came to Huli from ilAilaud. must have had in him that in Mt&tve love for and knowledge of art Which are so often aa instinct in ilia mm. Another remarkets mnn TU Sir. fetaw Andrews, of Cardiff, who died at tto age of seveaty-three, leaving a tortus which la estimated at a mil IMa. Uaabla to read or writ*, ko j starts* mi«iw h? hawking plea and taftt Mat .to h*4 baked himself. tan Ing to vat lat» a variety bakMM (Bi at last hit propertied coaHttsd «f BMa ef omnibuses la CardtS, Vmtm, Manchester. PirMitl and MrtHMBlfc; tramways la var low VM km, a builder** buslanw •«> OSSMt, asack-balldlng factory, cRb yaeS. faraltmre-removing establish =2tMdl udertakor'a buainess, restaur a...

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CALIVIL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 1 May 1914

CALIVIL. iFrnm our Correspondent.) The annual meeting of tha Calivil Foot ball Club was held in the Calivil Hall on .Saturday niaht Inst-. There was a Urgent* tendance. Mr D. Gow was voted to the chair. The secietaiy, Mr B. Lister, pre ,-ented the balance stroiitf, which showed a ciedic baknee of £2 8-. The statement was adopted and the secretiny thanked for the Mile und painstaking maimer in which he lnd perfunutd his duties. It was unani> mou.-ly decided to re-organise for the emu. laa; season. The fallowing officers watt elected:—President. Mr D. Gow ; vice president?, Messrs J. Iio«ie, A. Hill, D, LSell, G. Malioney.S. M'Crea, M. Bailey; secretuy and treasuier, Mr B. Lister; »£. sistint-secretavy, Mr R. Gariuthers; cap. tain, Mt 1!. Lister ; vice-ciptain, Mr T. Loivo ; delegates, Messrs S. McCre& and B. Lister.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 1 May 1914

Longer Ago than Yesterday. Yesterday is not long ago, but five years is. To liiive been cured long a„o, and to have been well ever since, surely means a permanent cure. " Head what this woman has to say about it:— Mrs M. J. Rochester, Tavistock House, Brooke Street, Tnglewood,' says :—"I had kidney trouble for years. The symptom that wonied mo most was a steady aching pain across the small of my back, just over the kidneys. It was paiticulirly scvero aftir stooping, or exerting myself in any «ny. At night I got little rest, and always felt tired and languid, and was subject to giddy attacks. I was teally bad, and nothing seemed abl« to give me ease. I h-id my attention.drawn to Doau's Back ache Kidney Pills, and got them at Bell's Pharmacy. They did mo good almost im mediately, so I'ivent on taking thorn until I ivae cuied, using six bottles in all. My IweU is strong and free from pain now, and 1 feel splendid in every Way. There's no doubt about it, Dtian's Backache Kidney Pills wo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 1 May 1914

COROSRS LIQUID FACK POWPliR. Ill these days of outdoor life—motoring, boating, etc.—a reliableand harm Ma liquid powder is one of the necessities of life. Soroses Liquid Face Powder is found by experts to lie n perfectly invalu able preparation and ii dccidcd improve ment on the old fashioned ilrv powder. Besides improving the appearance it acts . M U shield to the delicate skin of the face against hot winds, dust, smuts and otbftr extraneous matter. Price 2s 9.i. Obtainable at Miss K. Soulhev'e, Ingle wood. SOKuSES SKIN FOOD. Every woman who wishes to appear beautiful should use "Poroses" for the skin,-it being unsurpassed in preserving the:complexion. Soroses Skin Food is freshening, softening, cleansing and beautifying, makes all blemishes such as piuiplee, freckles, wrinkles, sunburn and sallowness disappear like magic. Price 2s 9d par jar. Obtainable at Jliss E. Southey's, loglewot-d. MOTORS AND CYCLES. THE INGLEWOOD M0T0R GHRflGE Specialises in nil classes of Engineering. Moto...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 1 May 1914

Advertise Your District! TO MX WUOM XT MAY CONCERN. II you wish your district to gnin prom inence, do kc>? 'be knowledge of local happening to yourself. H you wish events in which yon ure interested to be made public, just (nop n line to "Tim Advertiser" odico in time to allow of arrnimenients being made 'or n. reporter to lit (end, or, failing that, lr/ your own hand'at reporting. Don't bother to any great extent about the composition of" articles; just write fully and clearly—the editor "ill (•' > tlie rest. Wed an. deaths, accident?, concerta, spor*-, sour. I mulierings and persona! imnj.iaplis 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 fur this reminder ia );<it nur fault. We have, nnfortunntuiy, i),i miraculous power of knowing wliat is happening in all the area served by this journal, init arc desirous, wit h your co operation, of lessoning our limitations. Write the ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Anglewood Advertiser. FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 1 May 1914

§n|jlefofl0& &&&irtisfr. FRIDAY. MAY 1. 1914.'' Some six or seven weeks ago Bemie' tlie seven-year-old son of Mr and Mrs T" II. McGurgan, of Kurting, was thrown from a pony he "was ridins and his arm badly broken ifif,-jthe second lime—a Bimiiar misfortune having befallen him previously. The break occasioned a lot of trouble, -which eventually led to the youthful patient bci'itr sent to a private hoipital in Uetidigo, under the care of Dr Lou;:, an operation being necessary. It is pleasing to state that a satisfactory recovery is being made. The fortnightly meeting of the local branch A O.F. was held at the Royal Hotel on Tuesday evening, Bro R. T. Millar, C.R .presiding. Accounts amount ling 'o £9 lis were passed for payment, the receipts totalling £o 12s 2d. One proposition lor membership was received. At the next meeting the nomination of officers will be discussed, and the form ol the anniversary celebration decided upon. The death took place at t...

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