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Federal Parliament [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 May 1914

•V*•.-rvfT'ctSS*." 't Vi J' federal i'aMdfiiaut. j. Mr lliitis A\'. IJ. IrviiiL', M.II.K-i nielli lier fcir tliu Grmiiprins, spunking (in the [question of reducing tlio nunilier of days Mild hours the Kederiil Patli'iniunt should I t.it during the session, spoke in opposition I i to three days' sitting per nronk, which w is I sutiucsted, 011 the 22rul Apiil, us follows: — "So flit' as I cm gather from the remaiks t lint liive falloti fioin thu honor ilife mi'in Ijclv1 for •(> rt-ylir, and others, they li ive ' practically coirto to the su'xe.o! the unionist. 1'liey want as little work as pnsMble be* 1 twoeu. meals ; they want the .hinhost pay they call f;ot ; tlioy want less to (In and something in the way of free drinks to en courage tlioni to stand lip to it. 1'ho honorable member for Uiverina wis per fectly correct. I do not. believe that the ^ nvernyu member of thin House receives, mure tlim live or six letters a day. Hutj assuming thiit lie gets ten letters a day. > 'lioi...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 May 1914

■ _ MKL130U11NE MATCHES. Tlie matches played • on Satiuduy after noon resulted :— • LRAisue. . j ^ ; : «. -South Melbourne, 8 goal's '14 "behinds, heat Geelong, 7 goals !) behinds. ' Eilzroy, 9 goals 15 behind*, beat Rich mond, I) goals 10 behinds. Essendon, 12 goals 14 behinds, beat Uni versity, 7 goals 8 behinds. St. .Kikla, 0 goals 12 behinds, beat Carl ton, .4 goals 11 behinds. , Collingwood, 9 goals 13 behinds, beat Melbourne, U goals 7 behinds. association. ' ' • Willianistown, 12 goals 13 behinds, beat Poit Melbourne, 4 goals 13 behinds. Essendon, 18 goals 10 behinds, beat Uiiiihton, 0 goals 9 behinds. Fu'ltscriy, 11 goals 18 behinds, beat Hawthorn, 9 goals 10 behinds... . Brunswick-, 10 goals ,17 behind)', beat Northcote, 4 goals 8 behinds. . ' " Xoi;lh-Melbourne, 11 goals 8 behinda, beat l'uihran.i) goals 10 behinds.

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

|; ^ t SALES BY AUGtttJM. I 1 l/omas Morrow & Co, Auctioneers! /<:i»BtOOK AND STATION AGENTfc. Inglewood and Bendigo, WITH Branches at Climrlton, Wyche V' proof, ]5<>orl, I<ogan, Newetenl Kilmorc anil l.ancatleld. LAND and CLKARINU 8ALEH ■'V!:C66iliicted in »ll ].artsof 111': State.- Loans . negotiated on broad acres at low rates v4 |j• Repbese'xt :— .."VDalgety'and Co J.w>ii!e<i. 1 Pearson, Howe, Hmilli and Co. | T. Robinson nml Co, Propty, Ltd. J Wiauher and Co, Siiiici pliosplifllc's. | Sliaep and Cattle.' Truuks promptly secured ' :ah«l loaded. • Sales oi Stock Win b» held on the following datta: WYCHEPKOOl1, Tueiday, MAY 12 * >(UABLXON. : Wednesday, • M A V 1 :ij QtJAMSATOOK Thursday, MAY 14■ BOOBT ... . Friday, MAY 15 ■And every succeeding Eowhmht ai each of above places. Inglewoocl Market. . 1UURSDAY. MAY 28. 'pHOMASMORROW ana CO. announce J. tliat tliey will hold their usual sale M above, at their yards, on the abo...

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

Advertise Your District! TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. If vou wish your district to gain prom inence, do not kenf tlie knowledge of local haopeuings to yourself. If you wish events in which you ure interested to he made public, just diop a Jine-to "The Advertiser" office in tiuir to nllow of arrangements being made lot a reporter to attend, or, failing that, try your own hand at reporting. Don't bother to any: Brent extsnt about the composition of articles: jnfo write fully und clearly—the editor will -o the rest. W .rtiii. , deaths, accidents, concerts, ipi I.;, social gatherings and personal t'i'ftphB aTe all of interest to your !K 'hbors, and by drawing public ailun • ti;<» to your district vr.U a;e doing a good ; v.ork. That there is reason for this reminder jt, not onr fault. Wc have, unfortunately. • uo miraculous power of knowing what is happening in all the area served by this journal, hut are desirous, with your co operation, of lessening our limitations. Write the...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Inglewood Advertiser, TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 May 1914

I-jitf gugiMft &fo&iriiscr, TUKSDAY, MAY 5, 1914. ' h j\n , Riinminccnient which will .interest |local play-goofs is' llmt the Inglewond [Pierrot (Joy., which Rave such SHtisfiction. in its previous performance, will uppear 'ni;ain with an entirely new projiiiinnne nt the end of the present month. Tlio exict dale of the etlort, the proceeds of; which will bu ihvided between tho. Borouyh Bind and St. Augustine's Sunday School, will appear in our next issue. The company is engaged in energetic preparation tm tin? event, and the pvograniwo will consist of new and plowing it mils well calculated to eitcli tlio puu!ie fancy. All tlio latest of r/i^-time successes will lie introduced, in cluding—"Robert K Lee," "You made me love you,'.' V'i'lie Mississippi," "Kovv, roiv, row," "llitcliey Koo," "Oh, y"U beautiful doll," "Hullo, who's your lady friend," etc., etc. Good patronage should | result. The renovation of St Mary's prejbytery havini; lieen docidod upon,.the tender of...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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KORONG VALE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 May 1914

KOKONG VALU:CLUB. The annual meeting, of the nbovo club was held mi Satuulay night, 25th- ult There mis n very large attendance, pro sided over by Uiu president, Mr A. Mackin. 'l'liu Imliu cu-slict t showed a credit balanco of .L>11 10s, which regarded as vol y SHlisfitut. ry. The following weie olectud iillice-boners for the ensuing sea son : — PieMdtnt, Mr A. Mackin; . vice |iri sidunt.' j Mis-is Elliott, Tonkin, Diniels, Diiyi', .f. H. Grci^, K. M-Nic.il, W. Periy • nnn. J.-Latin, Dr Kmhling, T. R. Ticzisn, G. Kinder and A. Montgomery; joint sec retin ins, Aics-is D. Whitolaw nnd L. R. Grieves; treasurer, Mr J;'Farmer; ynto keepeis, Messis L>. King, G. King, F. Kinjr, H. Ulark and F. Doyo ; delegates, M essrs-VV. Gibson, -K. McNicol and the socr'elaries ; collector?, Messrs F. Doyo and W. Hamilton ; iWtch crimmittte, CHptain, vice captain and secietaiios ; timekeeper, Mr V. Fnhey ; linn, surgeon, Dr. Embling. Membets' tickets were a»ain 'fixed at 2s (id for gentlemen nnd Is...

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

. SPO.RTING ——— o ——— ^'"FOofii-ALL/ The . iiist meeting of K.D.C. association Ims been convem'd fin- Fi iday evening next; nt r.^0, at t.liu Hyynl Hotel-, It)«lcwoo(i. match will be. played in the Recreation Unserve to-moirow after noon between the ■■TtrtrigulU Wednesday club and n local '-second-rate club, The .visitors will m ike the visit in' fair 'force, .consequently #n " interesting giiine can be expected. • , The Btidno water club ivill play a pnictice : . linitcli oii Saturday next aijaiiist a team of . railway employes. Complimentary tickets for a ball to bo held on' Friday evening by the Korong ' ' ■ V:ile;6lub'.hive'(u!en leceii'ed, These iniiy bisoUfaiiuid liy »«ny members desirous of representing the local club at the function. A Reeling 'ot the Uluiola dub was held . on .Saturday evening, the president, Mr., ' .' If. Cti'in, occupying the chair. In con-, iieclicm willi the formation of nn assoeia lion .itwas ,stated .that Iwo delegates 4Mcssi&, Q., Folheriiigh...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Markets. COUNTRY STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 May 1914

. The Markets. COUN'TRV STOCK SALKSj. Tlionviis Ar< |ioiv mui report liming held tlicir injiuhly. st'ick >"ilo at Li>»an on Tuesday lust, when only. a small yarding cuna forward. Cmnputiijon was very keen and we cleared they-ufiw.: at the followiog i|uut ition?:—Crossbted ewes, rising4-tootft, in lamb to nieiino rani.-;, ; crossbred owe weaneis.'.lli-i; others, 11m !IJ ; lull-moutli merino ewe.--, in lainli to' Lincoln rams, 14» 10d ; 2 to 21 year-old steers and litii'crs, £") Is. \Yo sold f)ii- i.lie f illtiwint.' vendors :— Messrs S. Male, W. .MiHey, W. Whitney, 1". K. Marliii iind J • Ciirnnw. Thomas Mnrr'mv a:id Co. repoit Iinving *ls'i sold on account of Jlr Jis. II-»t netly, "f Melbourne, 118 acres of freehold land near Lieiliba to .Mr Alex, Cameion, of Ilea* libi Station, at a Satisfaotor)' cisli price.

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

; RHEOLA (FROM Oil It CO It [I Kfil'n.N 11K NT.) On Satuidily; 2r»th' April, Llje Cricket Cluh held their witul-tip■ meeting. Ihfl balance sheet showed tlnt'a sum of ^ wa:* held by the' treasuioY; My « uuuiif inous vote thw amount was plicod to tlie credit or the newly formed. fuotlnl! club. It was agreed tint u euchre p u ty mid dnuca he held on the J5th May, and the proceeds 1)0 devoted to the football club, Mr C*in . then moved a very hearty vote uf thanks to the secretin y, Mr Lyle^-who hud carried out his duties in 50 eflieient a manner. The foothill cluh. then held a meeting, and elected Air II. Cain as incident, Mr LyU vico-prcsidcnt,' and Mr 'N. Hargreiivfti treasurer. Air J. Crttto was appointed secretary; and lMussis ■ 0. Kotherin^liMii and K. Fallon were elected delegates for the seuKon.■' It'tfus" agreed fclmb the colors ! to be w'oiii for the seison would he bluo puernsey with white band and white knicks. ■I he' secretary \:.\vas t»> communicate with -Tarnigulla muI"...

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WEDDING. S[?]LSBY—JACKSON. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 May 1914

; tyttoiMc.. '_ SObLSLiV—.JACKSON. '' ' ' 1 (FROM 01!II CORRESPONDENT.'. . A' pleasing event, inq one in ,n-niGii nn snv.ill iuuountof interest wasciintied locaily, «... • -took.'phicu iii St. John's Oh'uroli, lUieola, ■, rin Wednesday lust, witch Mt George Moiils |,y,. eldest son of Air and Mis Hubert Hculsby, of lllieola, »;,»» unitudin (tiu Imnds ;,;i ;.nf. Iiol.v matiimony to' Miss I. 'M. Jackson, > oldest dmtylitor of Mr nod Mis II. J,>J.ick 'Mill, ills" - itf , Kheola. The Hev. J. a . ! iMiic(|tii'i!ii olticiated. The little'cfuireh, ... . -tvhioli liiiil been tastefully decorated l.y"tlie many friends of..the contracting pintles, ' = ji uronU'd »n .nttfnctivo appe nance, and called foilh the •uliiiiiiilion (if the ussem . I,lage that witnessed the event, The bride, who was given nw:iy bv .her father, was ' Attired in white, embi-oiinnitl voilo trimmed with guipure lace, und wiVe i> .wieath and veil Miss Alnm Jackson actcd us brides maid, and worn w.hito muslin embroi...

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Approaching Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 May 1914

Approaching Sales. May 12.—S.lo of 144 »im\s of I.ml at lioalilm, in rstatecf John Ponvsnri, chicea^efll.—Thomas Morrmv ami C" ■ tuciinneei'*.' ; ' Mny, 12 — Sppchl; stock s*!e <>f 7*100 . Wieep at Charlton'—Thomas Morwtf . . and Ci.i., (aoctioneeis May . 'J(\. ^{nck .-saltf.-rTh'tnriif 'Uul Cu I'Viik'tionotMM, ^ys^rTTlugluwo^d'^tnck hrtle.-rTll'Miittl Morfow and Co.';' a'pctioi^er*.

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

If lif'Kht I, „e cyoy and msy || i,!'«'"?•« '»de behinH, ' ' And a L the ploasuim tint „»e sjps Whin "n(?Cr 1e'Wa tho mir,cl When influi-nzi ^ips inmin ^»«^o«%$aassu

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OBITUARY. MR. J. R. GRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 May 1914

OBITUARY. MR. J. R. GRAY. j Tlie news of die dentil of Mr J. U. Gray, of Wedderburn, the genial and esteemed | siicretavy to the Korotig Shire, which took place nt *11 early hour yesteiday morning, caused deep regret to lie felt throughout the district. It was generally known that Mr Gr&y was .seriously indisposed, lint the full gravity of the case was realised by but a few of his many friends, hence the sad news of his (tenth came as a severe shock. The deceased gentleman had been a sufferer for the past three weeks with bronchial pneu monia. He w is attended by Or. Taylor, and all that medical skill could devise was done to relieve hmi of his sickness. His strength giadually failed, however, and despite the most devoted attention he passed away as above stated. Mr Gny was a native of Wedderlnirn, 'and w,i3 a member-of a family w idely known and highly respected throughout the district. His connection with the Korong Shire dates backfor over 30 years, lie for a considerable...

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New Sig[?]lling Devices. AUTOMATIC STOPS. EXPERIMENTS IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 May 1914

New Si^oilling Devices. AUTOMATIC STOPS. EXPERIMENTS I.N VICTORIA. Experiments are tp Uo'niadu on the Vic toi inn Railways with hew devices fur safe running. It is the opinion, of many tail way ollioials tint many of the serious ncci* dents of the past would have tioen prevent* ed had the . appliances which are to be introduced lieen in operation. When Id England the Chief Commissioner (Mr W, Fitzpitrick) made careful iuiju'uies in re* spect of signalling methods employed on various important lines, and he is respon sible for the present action. Mr Fitzpatriok stated the experiment! carried out by the Groat Western railway I with aiitomitic stops had proved very successful. The commisj-ioners lud been noting the results of the experiments for k long time, and when in England he had hid an opportunity of seeing tht'appliances in operation on steam lines. As a result of their observations, the ciimimssioneis lud ordered some of the appliances for experi mental purposes, and'they wpuld...

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W eat Stolen from Railways STATION MASTER COMMITTED. THREE OTHER MEN DISCHARGED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 May 1914

W 6di StolOu frorii 8ail\vav« STATION M.ASTISU COM MI I'TKU. .THREW OTHER Mo" DISUfhUttEl) The liendk'o dt.y eniul, wis cmwiK.,1 »n Tliutsiluy, wliun Hiirli in in Miiltll UV1. l'lt" skttinnni is!<n' «t iiu • |Tlii>a. Cowling, ns-ji-t int stili.! William i^alsli, railway C'n inl, i:nl RKvnrci Nolan, lalioi nr. >ver« oil iri.nl with Inviti^, l.ciwuun 1st U.'COMilifi-, ami March, 1!)U, stolon a i)iint>iy of w|nMt Urn property of the Viotovim Knilw.ty CominisMOiiois, in cirenn>stanc<*s nlrenrly vpurted. Doti-elivis K-ir.'Um omliictod tli i prosi'cut'on, ami Sir J.ilm Qiick appear .(I for Mi'Mlutmi, Mr Lulie Murphy rufii-i."' :nt {ii<* tlio other throo accused : illan. T mi arranned to h-iar undone i in nU thj nisus together. Gtsorjro LinMaler, mam^r at. WSliinis. town fori... Dwyfus ami Co., J. I'. ii,.l| (.Jus. Bull and Ci>.) ami A: Fiieisli (|),ir. lin» and On;) gavb evidence as t<> ah >' j in consignments of wheat. sent...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 5 May 1914

DEATH             GRAY - At Wedderburn on Mnv 4tli; 1914, Joshua Rogers Gray, s!ii o sucro tary,-husband of Harriet Fram'is, father bf, Darcy, Charles, Hector, Elsie mul# Claribel, ami brot her of Oliver, Achilles and Troilus Gray.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 May 1914

ADVERTISING. There is no Business that cannot bo Benefited by liro, judicious advertis ing! Iii country towns the people in business snnctimos say, "Why shwtld I . advertise ? Everybody knows where I am and rthat I sell." ^ But that is an orror. It can bo proved etTjnoous by the IUdlwmy and Coach manifests and the parcels post lists at Wiy provincial oentre in which tiio load business men fail to realiao tho need for keeping the people in t«ucb with all thev h»ve to sell and How they soli it. It is safe to assert that by Ut th<) g^tor part of tho goodjs that com© from the chiee through mail orders could be obtained locally ol aB good .quality and as cheaply as tU oity houaes can supply. But people need to bo educated up to this, and it te through the advertising oolumns ot tha local Newspaper that the education b* effected. I Moreover the Btrainees man'* announcement in the LoobI Newspaper is ■ standi® invitation to do business with him. A»d that carries weight®van wi*ii ...

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POSTAL RATES AND RECULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used la connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 May 1914

POSTAL RATI A AND RtCflL^tWI*! . I—. rc. [Wi.ere tho t«rM "The Common wealth11 is used la connection with theM rates and regulation* it include* rr.pu». Lord lloive Island, and Norfolk IiIum.J LETT13B8.' For every J oufico or fraction thereof For delivery witiun the Coiifczpon- . wealth .Jf.. 0 1 For delivery in tie British Em pire . .. 0 1 For delivery in the New Hankfi, and Torres Ialajxli J 9 For delivery in <Sther placed,.«'• 0 For <Ienvery wit2?tJificJtlfhw Single, Id. e*oh; repljj, Jd, each For delivery in t*» British JSoipif ■ list of place's nader Ittmri '' gle, Id. eoob. For delivery io New Kabridw, m ar.d Torres Isiaod*—ftutfle, *• For delivery in oUmt aitm i'jd. each. POST CARDS. . Single Poctosrde iapru—ij p'iti the Id. stamp, and Beply- or double bard*, each half of which ha« the Id. (tamo impressed tliereoii, may be trafeMaittett to places within the Commonwealth, and to those places, enumerated ttndef "Letters," io which letters njay b* transmitt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 May 1914

HAD TO KAY UP WITH COl.D. "I littd a severe cold accompanied with distressing pains in the chest, anu nan to lay up," writes Mr. Sum Scott, ^ gerald street, North Perth, W.A. I had tried all eorta of medicines, mi* nothing did me'' tlio slightest j;ood. llftMHK Chamberlain's.Couah Remedy m stock 1 , tried that, an 1 it pave m<i instant renet. —and I was quickly cured, l!est of all I have remained cured. IcUl »y » ' Jenoiugs, .ncrelccuper uvlewood ana Myeia - MOTORS, AND CYCLES. THE tNGLEW&OD: MOTOR GARAGE Specialises in all classes of , Engineering. Motor .Electrical. . '' Mechanical - ■ Cars for Hire at All Hours, fn the charge of coin pel en t drivers Note these Special Features: Plant is right Up-to-date. All Work undertaken and satis faction guarantee!. AH Lathe Work is done on the premises at a moment's notice, thus saving patrons much de lay. . Oil, Ga« and Petrol Engines repaired and supplied. Electrical Work a specialty. Sole Agent for: Massev, Imperial an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 May 1914

Mis* Mary (Jaunt, diughter of the late Judge .Gtunt, of Melbourne, unci h well' known author, i-- contemplating anothei ti.ur in piactically unknown land*. Some years ago Miss G'tunt travelled through West Afiici and produced the hook "Alone in West Africa.". She has now started on a six months' journey from Pekin through Chinese Turkestan and Tibet, crossing the Gobi desert, (ler mean!) of locomotion are novel. She has had constiucted a specially designed wheelbarrow, mid, seated in this vohicle, which trill bediawn by two coolies, she will make her tour. SOUOSK8 SKIN FOOD. Every woman who wishes to appear beautiful should use "Soroses" for the skin, it being unsurpassed in preserving the complexion. Soroses Skin Food ia freshening, softening, cleansing and beautifying, mnkeB all blemishes such as pimples, freckles, wrinkles, sunburn and sallowness disappear like magic. Price 2s Od per jar. Obtainable at Mist E. Sonthey'i, luglewood. Oh ! bre*st the tape in life'tt stern race, Vict...

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