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The Beef Trust. OFFICIAL ACTION PROPOSED. EXPORT TAX SUGGESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 May 1914

. the Beef Trust. OFKtCtAL ACTION PROPOSED. export TAX SUGGESTED. It wwr. announced l>y the Minister o Customs in the Ho'iifo of Representative on Wednesday ih-it.'tho Government pro poses to appoint a commission to investi)! it tl:e operations of tiusta in Australia. Tli npinniiisiiiii would liu iifrked to ijcpur promptly in order that the Govcrnmen mijjht have facts to assist it in defeatini 'my notion on the put .of the conibin likely to lie injurious to the interests of tli pulilic. In the meantime bills had boei prepared to fiiithcr deal with trusts. Ni details wero (jiven in regard to the provi sions ot the proposed measures, hut ther is reason to believe that ..the Governmen has uiven consideration to the. question n the imposition of an export tax on caic»?e above a specified number ,oi\ value issuei from one establishment, Mr" Gloom intimated tl'iat the Piim Minister was only awaiting the termioatioi of the censute motion debate todisclose thi proposals of the Go\ernment...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 May 1914

>Ldnd Board. - A lotful'liirtd Boird washold ut lliu Court.; ,«i( 'iNuwday ■ nfu^rri'inii. Mi 11. J. p jjinu ofllcer, I5undi:;o, presiding. Tile'.'.fiillyViiM • applications \vuie; deult \vilh:*J- ' I J. .lowull, 174 acios, allot 40,' sue 15, nirwli iif Tchuterr.—Kocumiuendad.' ■ J. M. Daniels slid W. 0. Mitchell ciicli applied fur.5 acre", all-it 28a, sec E, palish nrlntjlbwoiid.—No u|)|)imr*ncj of the first named ican t ; recommended to W. G. Mitchell. • i-.W.'Bulchcr, D. Christie, W. M. ilugliM Mid M.- Wilson eich rtpplieti for 20 teres, nllot"12i, *<Sc 1,' piiiisli r.f Glennlhyn.—Mr. Koran »pi»ei»rod for' D. Christie. VV. But-; ehui- Stated' lie wi»s »• contractor'* laborer residing in Inglewood, about 2i ipiles from the hind Applied for.; Was married, with five ,in family, nil. daughters. ' Hid never neltfctiid hind, was not the owner of any, neither had.. he ever had any hnd. His wife had.- a quarterof *n aero on which they resided. Applicant hid previously heeiv...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 May 1914

60K0SHS LIQUID KAGK POWDKK. In tWesodays of outdoor life—motoring, golfing, boating, etc..—n reliable anil harm less liquid powder is one ol' the necessities "I We. Soroses Liquid Face Powder is found by experts to lie a perfectly invalu able preparation and a decided improve ment on the old fashioned dry powder. ( Besides improving the appearance it acts t »> ft shield to the delicate skin ojt, fluj TO U°V wiiWp.1 (liist,1, linmts w;i. fltuer flitrnneoua riiatter. Price 3a 0J.| fntainuble at Miss E, Southev's. Ingle-, •ood, ' •

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Markets. COUNCTRY STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 May 1914

The Markets. W'OVNTRY ST( )CK SA LflS. Mkssis J. II. Lienhop nutl Co. report i ■ iti(i oouducti'tl their fortnightly atook ■■■■■. win at Imt'.eUi m ie on Wednesday la*t. • "lion llio usii'il iittond'ince assembled. -There wus only a modor;ito yarding of sheep, tmilo sliill'i being exceedingly source. We penned 820, iepresentin<; chiefly breed■ IHS5 -ewes, litcupt for ti title sorts there •■.. was veiy little denund, consequently only » limited amount tif business was dono 'it •HWoli'iivf---,-Meiino «■ ethers brought 14* fid r tp jfis; others, lfis (U ; odd l unliH, J2* (\d . |» j-fs |ld. piittle'.—'J'hc nunibeis. foi «nicl . -Vui'c very light, the vm-ding being the ' : 'llnitest for-some considerable time.. We ' -V1'1 ^"r J,L'ssrs J. Speddiny, O'Brien Hr"*, Gull i^her, \V. Cliiules, Jas. Sp:.i|t>, <Ii - ;«ingiwvo ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Cost of Neglect. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 May 1914

The Cost of Neglect. Think of the coat of neglecting your kid neyc—it ine.ins that yon me allowing kid ney poisons to accumulate-jn.-the system, *n(ljhe.se poisons csuse violent pains in,the iKtcky;4>vwnc>|.««rellin!!i>, uiinary disorderi, trAJ'g), stortf, Vluiuuiyism, gout, lassitude, sleeplfi«i!hc#s, A;nf!iniitioii to worry, exc'ei. iive thirst, ' IrreguWr 4ie.tit neunl jii:i. The genuine D.mn's Ktclcftclte Kidney Pills lesture to sti-iined, overworked kidneys, their full power ..of filtering the dangerous kiduey. poisons from the hlood, •ind discharging them from the tystein. Read this case Mr \V. H-irding, Silver Leaf Eucalyptus Oil Factory, Beliiiont-ntreet, Injjlewood, »»y«:—"I can recommend Doan'g Backache Kidney Pill* for backache, I was troublud wjtli thitt ailment, for * long time,. and Qua|)'n IJHck ioIre Kidney Pills w is the only remedy tiiti U'K<"e ).".e relief- The pain.* eued fliytlly, tiftet5 I Coi))i)|i:|)c|tiJ ^1' Hsi' th'w medicine, sud after ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Janiember East. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 May 1914

Janiember East. (f(11)11 fWR CflKRKCTOXPKSir.) Tin' first football mooting for the spasmi Whh lieW in the Htuto scl|o»l on Saturday ivenina. " •• ••■"■' Arrangements hie being inule for u pic nic to bo held nt the Sl'ite schoolon the 24th Miy to celebrate Kmpiru I)«y.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING FOOTBALL. TARNAGULLA v. INGLEWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 May 1914

sporting " ■ o FOOTBALL. . _ \. ■V^akNaouijjA v. inglkwoud; The opening niitieli 'of this' soijsoii whs played on . NVvdnusdiiy wr the '■Inaleivncicl ground between tins above' Wednosd ly tuirns. HciiiK tlio Hint occasion oil which the innjiiiity. of the players had handled a hall for the season, the teuns dt'ciiU'd ly.on the "ureen '/.iilc. but; .nevertheless, an intmentina encounter,' plij'ed i'i I ho lie*t of spiiit, resulted. Jiiylewood won Bomevhtt easily, mainly owing to strong ruck und forw.ud pl iy. The first qu.trter was opened by luale wood scoring, Metelniann nud Pavkti foi waiditi^. . I'icoiii missed from a frtiu at. an angle, and ayiin from ;i second free elostr in, but G'olFey secured in front, and pimpped a point. Filz^enld nnd lipugv relieved for: | the visitors but Tngluwnn'd, through the axoncy of C. and 0. Gkdui'in and Parker, ! agitin pressed, unci G. Gludmxn rnn'm ;u»l 1 punted Hfi. en«y sixer. Ousley,. Jicl; hihI. Joe Whimpey mid Sheldon heided it T.ifnV gull* ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Price of Meat. FAT SHEEP MARKET. RATES MAINTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 May 1914

The Price of Meat. FAT SHEfiP MARKET. HATES MAINTAINED. There were no indications it the Fleming ton ehoep market on Tuesday to suggest that the rates for mutton are to bo unduly high, .mil several agents and graziuis ex pressed the opimon_thut there is nothing to justify any advanco other than the slight increase usually recorded in winter. It, was weed that the improvement in the prices ruling fur hides and skins might lie reflected slightly in tlu> live stock markets, but this should not nflfect the meat con 'turner. Auctioneers, in order accoiding to lot, «nd with time limitations for each |.»i, Commenced felling shortly after 8 o'clock, ijnd for more tlrui eight hours the sales of sheep apd Iatpbs continued. '|'lio supply ivas regarded as.normal, 18,300 fat sheep being penned, of which l,MnO came hy road. Jnregard to quality thi" outstanding feature was the large number of met inn wethers . yarded. Most of them ivero not in piime condition, and it looked as if the owner* wer...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 May 1914

LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. 1, Subscribers who do not gift ex* • prsia notice to the contrary are considered u wishing to Continue their subscrip- • tun. t, If subscribers order the discont inuance iT their periodicals,' the publisher may continue to lend them rutil Arrears are paid. 5, If subscribers refuso> or neglect to Uke periodicals from the office to which th*y are directed, they are Rkspo\sibls luttl they have settled their bills, and ttdtred the periodicals to be dia SOntiQUed. 4. If subscribers remove to other places without informing the- publishers, snd.tbo papers are sent to their former direction, the subscribers are responsible. £. The courts have decided thai "refusing to tako periodicals from the •See or removing or tearing thorn un called for is prima facia evident of in Motional Fraud. t. If subscrbers pay in ajVanca for ■ Hriodioal, they are bound to eire Botice to the publisher, at the end of tfa« time, that they do net wish to «on litrae taking ,t, otherwise...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertise Your District! TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 May 1914

Advertise Your District! TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. If you wieh your district to gain prom inence, do not keop the knowledge of jocftl happenings to yourself. If you wish •vents in which you ajfe interested to be made public, just diop a line to " The Advertiser" office in time to allow of arrangements being made 'o*a reporter to attend, or, failing that, iry your own tiand at reporting. Don't bother to any great extent, about the composition of articles; just write fully and clearly—the ♦ditor will do the reat.^. . ; \VSlQ i ngfi*, ths," aeciden ts, • concerts, ij/oris, social gatherings and personal parfltrraphs 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 it not our fault. We have, unfortunately, no miraculous power of knowing what *ia happening in all the area served by this journal, but are desirous, with your co operation, of lessening our limitations. Write the names...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Church Notices. ANGLICAN. SUNDAY, MAY 10th [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 May 1914

Church Notices. ANGLICAN. RUN DAY, MAY lO.tli,'' Infelewood— ... ">. \<; rs a.m., '• •' '' V 11 u.iu., M-attins. 7 ]vm., Evensong. Slmiwm'H Creek— , • .. . •' w~ 2 p.m., livensong ' ■ ... Kingowcr— 0.45 p.m., Kvensony . All service! by tlie Vicar. Korong Vale— ; t 11 a.m., Matlins. • " - 7 p.in., Kyens'ing. Powlett .. : . . 3.p.nv.,^ven*9)ij{. " All services bv Mr. Walter "tVnlten.'

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 May 1914

•ALES BY AUCTION. l.'l homas Morrow & Co, ' Auctioneers, STOCK AN1) STATION AQKNTB, •e.^ f rlhglewood and Beudigo, .; #17ITH' Biramhes' fit Charlton, \Vyche. '" ..proof, lSourt, Ix>gan, Newefead 1 . .Pyilong, Kilmore and 1-ancetleld. . . LAND and CLEARING BALES : .Conducted in *11 parts nf-th'j State. Loans V-iicgotiatedon broad gores at low rates Repbeskxt . " " ■ •! ' Dalgety and Co Limited. Pfaraon, Rowe, Smith ami Co. —- - T. Robinson -and Co, Proply," Ltd. Wierher and Co, Superphosphates. ■ Sheep and Cattle Triieku promptly semred and loade<l. Sales of Stock ■ Will bt hald on the folio win.* datta: WYOHKPROOK Tuaaday, MAY 12 CHARLTON . Wednesday. MAY. 13 QOAMBATOOK Thursday. MAY 14 BOOST ... Friday, MAY 15 And every succeeding FoarxiaHT at each ol above place*. Inglewood Market. 1HURSDAY. MAY £8. WHOMAS MORROW ana CO. announce - J. ' that tlitiy vriirhold their usual sale' M above, at their yards, on the abovc 4aU. when thev will offer— Sheep, Cattle, &...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Immigration. DECLINE IN FARM SEEKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 May 1914

Immigration. dkclink IN i''arm skkkkrs. According to a return prepared by tho Iniini'Tiition Bmeiu KiiKt assisted immi orantfl arrived during the four months ended April ..'JO, »s compared with 1031 during the same period of last year. The number included 7H0 Oritish lndt>, us com purcd with 120, but there was a marked decrease in respect of all other classes of immigrant*. Only 17 land-seekers, repie senting 40 souls, were brought to this-' .State, no nfafnst 0'2, representing 220 soulti, dining the corresponding tenu of I-ist year. The number of farm workers u ho arrived was 29!), representing 472 persons, as against 1U5, representing 448 persons ; while 148 domestic servants arrived, as compared with 243. In 1H12 as many as 383 land seekers, representing 1557" soul*, ' were obtained, and according to their statements brought with them a total cupitil of L9!),HU0. During the following yew the number of fami-seekers who arrived was j reduced to 22U, representing 045 soul?, and t...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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BRIDGEWATER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 May 1914

BRIDGEWATER. A well-attended meeting (if parents ivnS field oil Fliday ni»ht at tho school to in»V0 imiiigoinent.-. for the celebration of limpiio D.iy. The school committee iva-i .}r sent. Mi' D.ivey occupied tliu chair, w is decided to ho^l a picnic and sports jn tlio Hiidpewater Public Park. A commit tee of'Indies wis appointed. and it v,\s ()0[ cided to cnuvnta the ti-wn for subtcrii). Lions. ' A harvest UiiinksL'ivini; scrvice was held in Holy Tiinity Church on Sunday after, noon. There was a splendid coniirtg.ition and the church was bolutifully decorated' for the occasion; The llev. C. A. Grant preached an -ippiop'iiate se.-mon. The choir was' under the conJuctorship of jjr Webster, tho (iryahist being Mis liurge.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MEMSIE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 May 1914

MEMSIE. Missf Ulul, who li*is li:ii c'mr-M ,,f n Me in mo Stiitu s,l,„nl „ill(!0 it ^ «)imi live yours ..-o, nmt >v1.„ l,ls mitieu of trntts-'fui- to iMiw.piu! I'liritU iv.is (wiiti',.4 our cnrri!H|iiin(li'iii) „„ 11 luy iiftcniMiin pi'L'sonti.'fl by ill,. mil pnont.s of "Muiiimo w'iili » li.imU-mi iih-er liiit-iviiler keltlu .'in.I st.i'ul. ,Mj° Ulld hits I.L'uii III ways nil'oiuM'nutic .ivnikol ill lliu inlt'icisls of tin! soli.inI U1J uv jthi-r liic.il ell'i.it, ami will |,u 'L,rii..^ ;:;i^ed^;:t,nm,,yf,iu,,ds s!,!! •»■«««

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 May 1914

INDIGESTION. WHY IT IS SO' COMMON. :— The strenuous modern life we le»d often upsets the digestive .system. Then, ton, worry, overwork, anxieties of various uoftj'j excitement, lijte hours, tryiiig fciii|]atjij conditions, Uck. fif exercise, or too yifileqt exercise, me each iipd, ill c.ipilile of briny ing ubuut h deranged condition of tilo •toiiiHuh. Add' to tl|'ese excessive ten drinking, to whitih most of us must pload yuilty, and you see cleirly enough why in digestion is so common... To avoid indigestion and its dNtiessing symptoms, you must tike nn occnjionnl d:ise of Mother Seijjel's Syiup. Uut to liim-ili indigestion and its health-destroying olivets,'its D'tinif and di,scon)fiii ts, yn(j Uke a reipjlrir coi)rsc iif Mother S- igel^ ioyrnp.' Tlicm isn't 11 remed;' i.i ejistenw tli ;t oan cure yun at once if yon li ive U.an •Mifferiii" for n loiw time, Hit fj'iick 'eiief RM'l eve'UUl! ie.-i.opi! inl) In yood Jl '' il OT '•■'■t t'linly well within lliy po'vors of Motllur ifeij...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Country Telephone Services. OF NATIONAL IMPORTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 May 1914

Country Telephone Services. Ob" NATIONAL IMPORTANCK. As til ore are a meat many agricultural residents throughout the St tie who are in need of detinito inform ttiori on country telephone service.-!, we have at ranged for it series of articles to lie written by a reliable expert on tins important question. Some of tlio points that need making cleat' will aim at removing the geiu'rallmi. ness that *oeiiis to exist in most country distiicts us to liow to proceed to obtain telephone service. There is also a dmiht in tiio minds of unny as to tlie cost of the .■service, and tlie siiliscipient rentals to the l'oftnmstcr-Oeneiill's Department. 'l'lten again, there are tens of thousands of other agricultural residents who do not seem to understand clearly the very many nljvjous advantages of having the telephona installed on their properties. OF NATIONAL IMPORTANCE. This is 11 national question, asarenh.ioiir postaj and telegraph services, and ntli-r public benefits fur country rtfidnr.s, s...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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English Follies. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 May 1914

English Follies. * The above company paid their inititl visit tn Iiigloivood mi Wednesday evening, and played to a good house. The pui gramme submitted was an excellent one, unci encores lud continuously to be iu sponded to. Solos, duets and conceited items alike were well rendered, and con ''■iderable humor, of j» refined and pleasing 'nature, was introduced. In Miss L.iuri ! Loring the company possesses a tulonted ■noprHiio who whs easily tho "star" of th« evening. Her item* #tit—"The bird that ' collie in spring," "The lust rose of luimnor," , "Annie Laurie," "Tho heart Hint's ftce,'1 Mid "lied Rosebud." All won the hearty appreciation ot the audience. Mr Harold Ties piuitmie) scored successes wilh "Till Ithesiiidsof the deseit grow sold,'* "Hie liandelem" and "Tliu march sf tlie Came ron men," and his duets with MissLoring, ["Life's dream is o'er," and "Apple, blossom time in Normandy," u'eio particn , Inly pleasing. Miss Annie Kirk elicited a lie iity encore for her rag-tiuiu i...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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COURSING. LOCAL SUCCESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 May 1914

COURSING. LOCAL SUCCESSES. ' Tlio oponing moetitif? of the Miryhornuyli olul) whs hold »t the 0:»ri»hn..'»k plumpt.m nil Wednesday and yesterday. Several local iinil disttict dogs competed. In' 1 - lii'iit round of tiiu Tri 'l Stakes h. A. \ an tliofl-x Chief pennant was I un out, hut m ('hi.1 Clans Stake, for 10 nil #Rod ilif?* i,~ •_'s, T. J. Boay's Blue Gleuin won in hot 1 first and second rimnds. In the Carishrook Stake,' for 12 dogs at£'2 2s li. Storehouse 4 Great Weaiern and T.J. JJouga bandy McPher.-oii both won their fust run. J. Ittiuei's's llinovei's Lust (i Turnafiulla dog) wit* run out. , Tlio results of yesterday s lacing were that Sarnly McPhoraon, Great Western and Snow's lietui'D divided tlio Carisbrool; Stake, Blue Gleam.beint; boaton in the (in .1 of the Clnsa Stake hyEgnn's KMhcr.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Ballarat Anglican Synod. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 May 1914

- QallaFat Anglican $ynod. Thfl Angliom Bynml was continued at the chapter housa of the Cathedral on Wo dues day ; Bishop Gieen presiding. Among tlie repoits submitted was oue from the school | board. .In-moving its adoption. Rev. B. II. :De«'hurst, of Hallaiat, said the religious instruction in Uio State schools throughout Victoria was an absolute farce. Unless something could he done to securo a re' furehdlinv "of' the people to siy whether tlioy would havq, religious instruction in State schools, Victoria would lie placed in an appalling position. .Why, lie asked, hid the Government prevented the referendum from, being put to the po'ople. Repaid it was because the siine power which win trying to crush Ulster was nlso. tiying .to ijrevcijt tl)pii} getting t|jeir dues in the | p.mon Qtvis, of Maryborough, said lie ;did, not thin): religious teaching in . the State scho'.'ls was a farce as alleged by tile J)ey. Mr Pew)|iirst. He would nut like to thjnk nftpr topping in the Sjtnte sc...

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