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Church Notices. ANGLICAN. SUNDAY, MAY 3rd. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 1 May 1914

Church Notices. AXGUCAN. .. . ?(TNI).\Y, MAY 3rd. *_.TiiL'!ewo.Kl— 11 a.m., 1I.C. 7 |i in., Kvenponc. ' Kurtinjr-' w 2 |i.m , Evensong "Bii'lgewuler— 3 45 p.m., Harvest Festival. All services by the Vicar. Korong Vale — 11 a.m., Matiins 7 p.m., Evensong. Powletl 3 p.m., Evensong. All services l;v Mr. Walter "iValteis.

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

Value of Swimming. Kloipient testimony to the value of swim mini; was giveu on Tuesday at the Educa tion department, when tlio Director of Education (Mr Frank Tate) presented the swimming u»d life-saving trophies won by vaiious school children (it the metropolitan schools' anuual demonstration held in March. Mr Tate leferred to the great benelit derived by school childien from the accom plishment. Ho said the teachers deserved praise for utilising opportunities for the exercUe of so tine and useful un al fc. Hie Chief Inspector (Mr .Russell) raid lliiit what he liked so well about the school twimming classes has tho fact tlmt the children of those classes nere so often in stiumental in saving life. Tho departmental records for the season 1912 13 showed that .'tl lives were saved by children attending State schools. Dr. Sutton (Schools' Medic il Ofiicei) re ietied to the splendid physique of children who practised swimming. He recommend ed the practice to everyono. The education auth...

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

Approaching Sales. May 2G.—Logun stock sale.—Tlionv.is Motrow and Co., auctioneers. Miiy 28.—Inglewoodstock ealc.-Thonias Morrow and Co., auctioneers. May 12.—S»Ic of 144 acres of Und at lisaliba, in' estate of John Pearson, deceased.—Thomas Morrow and Co., auctioneer.

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

Wedderburn Sports. Tlio a mi nil charily carnival at Wedder burn, in Hid of the Inglewood -Hospital, was held ou Monday in lino weather. There whs a good attendance at the spoils, which were held in.the racecourse, while the conceit anil liall in the evening were well pitmnisedT Results: — l|orse Ilac?, q furlongs.— Idlo Hoy, 1: Wee littie, 2 ; Myrtle il. ' ' : Maiden Tiot, Hiiiiles.—Bess--, l;Queenie, 2 ; Ruliy, .'J. Open Trot, limiles,— Mnn-i, 1 ; Unss, 2; Jim W. 8. Maiden Haelj P.iee. — Midnight, 1 ; IV* wnt ton, 2 ; My Goodness, ■'!. A protest wusi entered a«ainst the first anil second horses f"i I tinning inside a post. Tile protest was upheld and the i ace awarded to My Goodness. Trial Slakes, 4 fiiilongs.—Myrtle, 1 ; Ruby, 2. Kicking football.—J. Butcher. Sheep guessing goi)jpetitjon.—J. rUbin ;on. • Tu« of War. — \Voodchoppo'rs, I; lllack smiths, 2, Sheflield Handicap.—K, Malone, 10yds, 220 .Yards Handicap.—J. Hargreavea 7yds, 1.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
St. John's Worf. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 1 May 1914

St. John's Worf. ~In a letter to the '-Argus" d,.ted 23rd Apiil» ".Nemesis. *'of Durham Ox, writes tliB following :—JNow thit the Government has seemingly aw.ikeneit to tho fact tint St. John's wort, or stinkwort, bul^ f^ir to become a cut33 to the country, h would be a jjood plan for those in authority to take drastic and simultaneous action with regard to its spread over tlie gre*ter por tion of Northern Viotoiiv Like other weeds which have iio*.v not beyond' control, it is gradually creeping northwards aud the countiy shire councillors, adopting the aame ap itlunic attitutu towards* the f*ct na their early prototypes probably did towards thespruid of the fiist'iuentioned weeds, u'ill find themselves *lup against" .a ^renter acid more deadly proposition than they uro now ficing in some instinct'!'. I am not personally conversant with tliu state of af fairs in the Blight district, liut if th.it pirt of the country is i>s Wily infested with tlie pest us tliu Weddethuiii distiiet ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Season's Outlook. EFFECT OF THE RAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 1 May 1914

The Sefeson's Outlook. liFFKCT OF THE HA INS. The throughout tho country hnvb ' caused .1 decidod improvement in the tone ' „f luisinoss towaids tho close'-of lust week, mid tlic.doubt.ful feelings which wore recent ly entertained have jjiven place tn imv of ,11ott; cmiliduiico. Alllimiisli the temper,i itnc is hiuoiniiiy ctiltJ, it. is hoped ilm(. „ f(ii yiowth of (,'riss will take pUeii before really tviiit.ii weather sets in; while in Uu.se lli.'UIctS Il licit- tllO seilHOll ln.s so fur lJeu„ ,nif.iv"i»lili! t" Iho lambing, it is to he ex pected Umi futtt.ui losses will he pievented. I J„ ilio ivi'stern jiai l of Now South Wales (ho lain wis badly wanted, tho countiy west of the Dm ling h«ving in l!U,'j passed through olio of tlie ivorst yores over experienced. In the Victorian wheat-growing districts the r.tiiifall will enable tho fanners to pio ceetl actively with ploughing in places where it has hitherto been b.tckwatd. Most pin ts of Victoria have done well 'during'the past s...

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

For Bronchial Coughs take v/ooda' Great Peppermint Cure, le 6d

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 1 May 1914

GOLF. A Mired Foursomes handicap will be played to-morrow, starting at 2 p.m., the trophies being six AVatsoii's-No. 10 balls, donated by 'Mr.J. Nelson, the firm's rep resentative. Play will be over 18 holes. Afternoon lea will l»e provio'e 1 by the ladies.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 1 May 1914

Should Dyspeptics Diet? A Specialist's Valuable Advice. "Dyspepsia indige.-tion, flatulence and practically all forms of stomach trouble,'' wiites a leading specialist, ".»ie in nearly every instance the direct result of food fermentation and the consequent produc tion in the stomach of acid and gas which irritate and distend the stomach and nuke normal digestion impossible. The gas, by distending the stomach and pressing upon the surrounding viul organ?, seriously in terferes wiLh their work, and frequently causes palpitation of the heart; but the acid is much nn.re dangerous because it irritates, then inH lines and even ulcerates the delicate lining of the stomach, produc ing dangerous stomach ulcers .md even cancer. Food fermentation boiug pri. m nily responsible for all the trouble, it was long the custom of physicians to per mit the use only of such foods as could not ferment, but unfortunately iinfcniieDtsble foods were soon found to he so lacking in nutrition as to result in ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Meat Prices Rise. STOCK SUPPLIES SHORT. BEEF MAY BE DEARER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 1 May 1914

Meat Prices Rise. " STOCK SUPPLIES SHORT. BEEF.. MAY ;; BE DEARER. "* Householders will not {savs "The Herald") view witli pleasurable" feeling; the praeticfll certainty that the- already high prices of meat will be considerably increased in the immediate future. "Beef, in the next few-weeks, 13 likely to increase in price .anything from Id to 2d a 11)., and ontiniie dear for some months," said Mr W. .AngUsa, of Messrs \Y; Anglita and Company Propty., L,td., on Wednesday.. . . "Meat has risen in price considerably in the past two years," continued Mr Angliss. "There has been a steady climb, and at the present time wholesale prices, espaci ally for sheep, are the highest that we have had for many years. Sheep are not likely to increase much more.There is no doubt that many shops are working at a loss. Speaking generally, where ad vances have been found insufficient to pay, further increases mint be made. "It is more (.ban jikelv that the pripe of cattle will considerably advance. The...

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

PE DES!' RI A N IS XI . V -LUN DON, Wednesday. Jack Donaldson, of Victoria, won the 130 yards handicap at Glasgow in 12} iccondi, and the 300 yards in 31 seconds. He started off scratch'in both events. j

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 May 1914

General Printing. There ia nobody who doe. not need Printing of some kind. The Business man requires the nnmerou, lines that are tailed for fa regular course of his operation.. In Edition, if he be lire and update, k. should have circulars and price liata to supplement hi. ivaw.papar adttrtMaf in keeping his customers, present and prospective, in touch with wfeat U U ta in, and how he is doing it. There is no business th.t i. Dot ..KeptiMa to «a leaven of Plenty of Printer's Ink judiciou.ly used. Societies and Clubs require Rule., Programme., Ticket., Syllabw Cart., Circulars, etc. Every organisation needs Printing and in placing the order, it should be borne in mind that the local newspaper expend, a lot of-time and laW in giving the publicity which is the breath of life to every public in.titu- : i tion. i Other people want Printing for private use. Just to mention one item ' by wav if illustration, Letter Paper should have printed headings. It costs ' very little estra and is wel...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MINING. GOVERNMENT BATTERY FOR INGLEWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 May 1914

MINING. GOVERNMENT BATTERY FOR 1NULEWOOU. Ever since the st*rt of' the "movement made to ol.Uin a Government crusliinu plant for Inglovo'd, the Hon. T. Lingdun, who accorded (.lie ett'"it his wutm su|ipmt. has continued to uryo the request upon Ihu Mincp Department. The Intent rep'y ^received; jffqm the Department. by--,ilr. '{inng'don fs'ns folio**, ir.dieatitig.thafc. that' body is hot fii lie ."biffed front the position previously taken up r—'•J.lmvuycmiJfof the 30th ultimo, and it> rep!;' hep to nay I have 'not forgotten the matter of providing i> crushing battery for Ingleivood. Tln'ieaie only n limited number of such bitteries at present in the possession of the Mines Department, and I am making enquiries to' ascertain irhether it ivill he possible, and i if so when, to send one to Inglen'ood. I

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POSTAL MAT[?] AND [?]CULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" it used in connection with these rates and regulations it included Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 May 1914

POSTAL KATM AND fti&QlAVWm [Where the term "Th» Common wealth" it used In oopnectldn with tfceee rat<?s and regulation! It include! Pnpua, Lord Howe Uland, attd Norfolk IiUad.J LBTOi)*8. For every } onilce or fraction tfeeraefr For delivery within the OqjohieU wealth .. .V Tl 6 1 For delivery ia the British fc» pire :. . | For delivery in the Naw Hw*i*fc 1)alike, and Torres Ialanw iT • I For delivery ia oibefplaoei .. • it LETTfcR OAEBft, For delivery wijfcia the CoCbinapiMaMkl For delivery intM BriWahltaipire(M) list of placSi Mil if "LaMarir)—dS» gle. Id. eaofc. For delivery ia Iht Hahndaa, Baafcs, and Torres Iaiaafc—Waal*, it. Mb. For delivery ia *tkm piaim— Mafic, Sid. each. FOOT CilM. Single Poetaatda iMpnaa+il wjtk Um Id. stamp, and Reply MmW* oard*. each half of whieh im the l4> •tenia impressed thereon, may M tfatyMnitted to place* within the Common i^ealt^, ana to those pUoM, enumerated ander "Lettera," to whiah letters may transmitted at the rat* of I...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 May 1914

fidi'oiigh; Jjo.iiicii, ' Tlie full nightly ■■nu;eliiij» wai held nn Friday evening.. .PresentCi*. Ahsett (.Miiym-),: .Tonus, Doimldsoii, Leigh, Hum, liiMy. sod Hnran. ..Tho .Mayor. apologised mi betmlf of Cr. . : r.oi]|ih:si'().si)i;\(;K. . Kioin, .'Oiimiiry Kiro' .lVii!{ii(los,,"U;iiii-iI. j! nottfyiuy .thai ctYiiricil's lihtmal contribution 1! .^'/I^-I^ei^d. ,/j 8 ' From I'jifrimslbi-O'ehoiiiT.Vne'i) uUiiL-nt, | through Hans Ifvine,' 'Mili.lt',. nrttifyiu<iE I hilt, 'lis - iTiiiiosl'ed, insti/ici'ions had' been t issued f(ii' a liiToseni! lullp,■ with wind! shield, to 1 >o Greeted in the lobby nf tliol post i llicA, Ibis to be lighted as soon usjj darkness nananted and to be extinguished [j nt 11 p.m.-f-lteceivcd. f. From .Newham and ■ Woodund jSbire, V nsking for it conference to protest ai-iiinsti the power vested in the Country ltoads, Hoard, as proving detrimental to muni- J clpal interests.—Cr Hoinn pointed outi that they bad nothing beforo them but afl mero rc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 May 1914

HAT) TO LAY TJP WITH COLD. "I had a severs cold accompanied with ')istreteii:|i pains in the clieat, am! had to lay tip," Writes Mr. Kim Pcott', S3 Fit?.- ' gerald street, North IVrtli, W.A. "I had tried all sorts (if medieincH, lm*. notliing did me the slightest good. ilavinp Chamberlain's Couch liemedy in slock 1 , tried that, an 1 it gr.ve me instant relief, and I v;as c,uirkly tnrrd. l!ef<t of all I ' have remained (tired." ! old hy W Jennings, storekeeper Tn>:lewoo.l • and Myaia MOTORS AND CYCLES. THE INGLEWOOD MOTOR GHRAGE Specialises in all classes of Engineering. Motor Electrical Mechanical Cars for Hire at All Hours. In the charge of competent drivers SOTF. THESF. SPECIAL pEATCRES: Plant is right Up-to-date. A!1 Work undertaken anil satis faction guaranteed. All Lathe Work is done on the premises' at a'moment's notice, thus saving patrons much de lay. Oilf Gas and Petrol Engines repaired and supplied. Electrical Work a specialty. Sole Agent for: Massev. Imperi...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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BENDIGO MINE DISASTER. EXPLOSION OF A MAGAZINE. SEVEN MINERS KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 May 1914

BENDIGO MINE DISASTER. explosion of a magazine. seven miners killed. The Great Kxtended Hustler's mine, in Anderson streot, Bondiuo, win the scene I cm Saturday of an accident .uuptrnllcd in the annuls (if liendiyo mining. Se/eii men •were killed liy llie explosion of a tempo rary underground-111112 izinr, used for .t.lie' storage of tilu explosives necessary "ittr eucli (Iny's iv or I;. -Severn! other men were alleeled liy the fumes of the explosive*. The names of the men killed are :—Leslie Duncan Martin, 23 years, simile ; Matthew Geor»e Forster, 28 years, married ; John Henry Campbell. 31 years, married; Her bert Jolin Thomas, 30 years, nnrrit'd ; , William Kyan, 2(1 yens, uriti ied ; Willium Crowtlier Blair, 40 years, married ; Fred otic): Junes Chitm, 21! year?, single. The explosion occurred about 10 c at nielli, while the afternoon shift work. Tho magazine was situated in uie I end (if till) 1,05:5ft, crosscut, 152ft mist of the shaft. Tlu> men killed were all work.-1 ing...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 May 1914

NIXON'S SALE . j OF — Furniture, Crockery, &c. POSITIVELY ENDS on SAT., 9th MAY. Intending Purchasers ' will do well to Inspect the Bargains still remaining. •Nixon's Furniture Booms, Brooke-st, Intlewood WOtFE'S-SCHNAPPS Spells Perfection in Liquor. It is a Popular Tonio. PUBLIC NOTICES. LOST.—Between Leichardt and Ingle wood, on Wednesday, 29th April, one Brass Tail Lamp off Car. Finder kindly return td C. J. Ansett? Inglewood. LOST.—On Friday, between Tavnagulla and'Inglewood, Top off motor cycle Carburetter. Finder please return to tl.is oflice. WANTED,—General Servant.' Wages 12s. Apply Mr« PAINTER, P.O., Leaghur. GRUBBING,— Wanted to.let. Brown's tree-puller.andcablessupplied. Ap ply PATTERSON and TAYLOR, Serpen tine. T To. Let. FOUR-BOOMED COTTAGEnt Rheola. Apply — Secretary, St. John's Church of England, Rheola. Notice. V F the person who sent me an nnony JL jhous letter through the Kurting Post Ofiioe does not write or. call on me before Friday and explain things, t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 May 1914

JosnJt of the recent cinviiss f,„- (|u. •S.tHto rolls. 100,COO „:,„,es U.M.f hce.. inldrrl hi Ll.o, !i-r. Tlie incru'u.se j„? CWno'oIr0"" °",y I SOROSES SKIN FOOD. i,„n\yf-l?VVi0'n:l,'! "'I0 w'«l>es to appear beautiful should use "l-'oroses" •, for the sum, it beniK unsurpassed in prcservinir he complexion Soroses Skin Kood is freshening, softening, cleansing and beautnying, makes all .blemishes.lucli as pimples, freckles, wrinkles, aunburn and .allownees dieappenr like magic. Price r' 9' P" jnr. ; Obtainable at Miss £ Southey's, Inglyn-Qod;- v , - . reni!SJi,10kin" 0ou«h at ' Woods Great Peppermint Oure ( ,

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 May 1914

GOLF. A Mixed .Foursomes .handicap...for n trophy (six golf balls) -presented by Messrs. .Tas. WatEonand.Co. was played on Saturday. Out of a very large field of competitors Mr.'J.'0. Morrow and Miss Tatcliell proved successful, their net score for the 18 holes being 77. Dr. Deravin and Mrs. Morrow lilled second place with the good score of 8G aross, a handicap of 7 reducing:thi3 to 79 net. Twenty-one 1 pairs handed in their cnrds. Afternoon tea wps provided by the . J.adies, and the afternoon proved enjoyable in every re spepi. ■ Results:— -.r.-iw •. Gross, IIcp. Ne^. J.'C. Morrow and Miss .Tatcliell; .. ... :tD1' :2f "V Dr. Deravin and Mrs J.'C. Morrow ••... 80 7 :. 79 W. E. Lamont and Miss M. Humphrey ...' 95 14 81: J. M. Davios and Jliss Q. '"Humphrey'.'.. ' ■■■ S7 14 83 V. Symonda and Miss M. A.Kelly ... .... 106 21 85 G. W..• Sutherland-'' and- • Miss Wiggins ... 0?' 11' 83 A:" B. "Sutherland and Miss Isaac ... . ... 98 12; 80 F. 12. Jennings ai:d Miss ■ .Cavanagh " ... 90 • 8...

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