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Approaching Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 May 1914

Approaching Sales. Sltiy 13 —Silo of 144 acres of Und at ■ -Jimliba, in esWito of Johp -.]?e>irsnp, decease*.—Thomas Morrow and Co., ; auctioneer*'. ' *■ '/ May 12.—Special stock sile nf 7000 nheep .at Charlton.—Thomas Morrow • and Co., auctioneers. " May 2G.—Lo^nn stock sale.—Tlionvis Morrow and Co., auctioneer)). May 28.—Inglewoodstock galo.-Thomas ..>w Morrow and Co., auctioneers. May-20.—Sale of household furniture and effect.* on behalf of Mr G. Laurens.— Thomas Mot row and Co., auctioneers.

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

WEHLA (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT) Robinson Bros, had a crushing of 5 tons from the Golden Gate mine, yielding ooz ioj« la of gold. This expensive crushing-   At the Government battery, Wedderburn- iri.< pur trm- They intend opening nut near Lho surface 200ft .south of the llisni.ii 1; shaft  

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

Sale of Crown Lands. A sale of Crown lands in fee simple was   on Wednesday conducted at the Court House by Mr H. J. Jackson, land officer, Mr J. C. Morrow acting as selling auction eer. The sale occasioned but small in terest, the upset prices only being realised on the blocks submitted. With one ex ception, all the lots offered were sold, the sales being as follows :— PARISH OF INGLEWOOD.   Town Lots. Lot 1:—Area, 5 acres, allot 2, sec E. Valuation L 5; upset, L 10; survey, L2 9s. —T. G. Harding, upset. Lot 2. - Area, 5 acres, allot 3, sec E. Valuation, L5 ; upset, L10; survey, L2 9s.   —B. E. Harding, upset. Lot 3.—Area, 5 acres, allot 4, sec E. Valuation, L5 ; upset, L10; survey, L2 9s.   —O. G. Harding, upset.   Lot 4.—Area, 4 acres 3 roods 37 perches, allot l. sec F. Upset, L5 ; survey, L2 4s. —C. Freeman, upset. Lot 5. —Area, 5 acres, allot 2, sec F. Upset, L5 ; survey, L2 4s.—W. Hughes, upset.   Lo...

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

The Inglewood Advertiser FRIDAY, 'MAY 8. 1914.     After a long; tryied trying illness M»«tet Harry Lovell, who was' injured in the liurn> ing :vccidLMit»b Serpentine, Imh u'lTdo » com plete recoveiy, and left in'company with' Nurse Nicholson—in Vfibge.iSrivate tal he lms been conlined—yesterdiy on * visit to Melbourne. , . . The foitjiightly meeting • of tha local blanch of the A.N.A. was held on TueinUy ni^ht, Mr P. Ddnijjan, president,-occupy ing the chair. One benefit meinber was elected, and tluee beitelitaud one honorary member ship propositions received. The nomina tion of otticera fur the ensuing sir month* resulted President, 1'. D*nigtu ; vice president, A. R. Taysom i treasurer, 0. J. Ansett ; secretary, U, Cooper ; asai«tant iecretaiy, H. Leigh (retiring) and W. Tat-' cliell ; auditor.*, A. Nixon and S. S'ymoiuU; committee, K. Mtkepuaco, J. Wright, E, Wilsniore, J. Thomas, G-. Nixon and J. Scboles. The sick report fliowed two members to be on...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INQUIRY IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 May 1914

INQUIRY IN AMERICA. Mr C. Cummins . Cherry," the Common wealth Veterinary. Inspector s London, ii proceeding to .America to investigate. tin conditions' i|f, the rneiijt trade there and^tlu methods of:lmn'diii({ cMrcnsw.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 12 May 1914

—• - .1 PUBLIC NOTIGMa I Electric tram drivers wanted. Good'Opening for «mart men. Per-, manent poiitioii; good wagee. Writ# for particular*- (enclose itamp for gntwer). H. Wl*Ch»nniiig,' Initrui'tQr,-21t (jvdi»rd St.,;Bil)l§r»t: ' ■ 1 Bacred Heart Convent, Inglewood. A course oi Bookkeeping, Short* band, and Typewriting will cqih menc* on May 20th. For terms, etc., apply at the Convent.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Marong Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 12 May 1914

Marong Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING, The monthly meeting was held; at the •shire HhII, Murjng, on Tliuiflday, l're-, sunt :—C'r.-t Poole, Johnson, YeMea, ilniley, Ketterer, Wirtli, Ferguson and.Duly. COBKESrONDKNCK. From Water Supply department, Btating that the proposed scheme for the conntruc tion of a water race from the Kangaroo Flrtt rond to the Mjrer'a Creek .State school wan heing inquired into.—Received. Fiom Education department, aoliciting co operation in connection with local Em> pire Day celebitttiout. Mr W. Bradford wrote inviting the pteaident and coun cillors to attend the celebration* arid picnic of the Mar.mg school, and soliciting a donation.—Ai> many councillors as possible to attend. From the Shire of Newham and Wood end, stating that it believed that the powers vented 1b the Country'Ro»ds Boaid were proving, detrimental to the principles and interest? of local government, and wan of opinion that a conference of alt country municipalities should be conven...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 12 May 1914

■OH9SR6 LIQUID FACE POWDKIi. In these days of outdoor iife—molnrinSi Kolfiiie; boating, eti;.—:i reliableanil Ii.iriu Icsa liquid powder is ono i>l the iifct'HHtlifi of life. Soroses Liquid 1'iic Powder ii foil mi by experts to In; :i perfectly in valti" »ble preparation anil.u deeided Improve men I on the old fashioned dry p'iw l''r Bpgidcs iinproving the appearance it Hi'l* •» a shiel 1 to thn.delicate akin of tl"J f«cc against, hot winds, dust, smuts «»|j other extraneous. matter. 'IJricfe

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Country Telephone Services. DISCUSSION IN FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 12 May 1914

Country Telephone Services. DISCUSSION IN KEDKRAr, PARLIAMENT. | ' ^(By C.K. H.) One of.the most important matters dii cusseil in. .the Commonwealth Parliament towards the end'of last session was the question of providing greater facilities for ! telephone service throughout the countiy 1 districts of the Commonwealth. Mr Bennett,.member for Gippsland, Vic toria, stated, in the House of Represent* lives—"There is 110 doubt the telephone facilites are more necessiry in rural ureal than they are in cities. In the Gippsland district there are many places which ure separated from small centres by dietancei of.thiity and forty miles. If an Rccident . happens, or illness conies, patients hav« often to bo taken twenty miles to (jet atten tion. I lisve known valuable lives lo?t for want of telephone communication. In many cages men who meet with accidenti have to be immediately carried in the direc tion of the nearest medical adviser, some one tiding on horseback to tell the doctor what has...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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WEDDING. TUSSHUP—JACKSON. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 12 May 1914

wedding; tusshup-jackson. .(Prom Our Correspondent.) • A Vely pretty wedding took place at St.' David's church, Llanelly, on Wednesday, April ' 29, when Mir. Nellie Jackson, eldbst daughter ofj the late. iMr. and Mrs. fas. Jackson, of Lbtnelly, was united in holy wedlock to Mr. George Tusshup, of liendigo. The officiating clergyman was the Rev. J. A Macqtieen, of Tamagulla. 'l'he church was beautifully decorated by the girl friends ol .the bride, and was packed to the doors. . As the bride entered the church the.choir.in 'their usual masterly manner sang "The voice that breathed o'er Eden." While the happy_ couple were leaving the church the organist (Miss Hawkins played the wedding march. The de parting couple were" treated to showers of confetti an3 rice.' T.he bride was charnrn/.ly dressed in cream poplin, vest and collar of . tinselled net, with sash of silk, and ornamented with bugle trimming, and a beautiful coronet of orange blossoms and hand worked veil. The brides .. i)ijjf...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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RHEOLA CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 12 May 1914

A meeting (if (lit; Rlien!* clul, *<is («nles our jwirrespiiiiyBnl) h><ld nn S*turtUy night, I Mr H. Cain (pieMileiit) in' the fclwir. A letter whh received from the xecietmy of the Golddhoioii^h dull, »skin>» i/ matchcB .could he ijminj.'1'j} ktsyuen. QoMMiorough Htid Ithviilit. the distance lititwepn the tow on'- wns'toii' KJ-eit 'no notion way Ukap. iIr fI. Soui*tiy declined vthe position of hoo, secret»nr, and Mr L. WeMi wn« attended a meeting of delegates of the-( Loddtin Valley Association at -Tarnagull i . on; .May'-2nd. The delegates had. been I unable to arrange for the inclusion ;of Uheoli'fclub in theassociation,-.v*stienuou ohieitioi^ was* 'put- forward by the Shel-:|' bhWj(ii),'knd' lA'inL'chui"to-teaniH', owipK. to thi -M'rttiK t,V)i\ elliniJ iwcesritatod.'-• The AruAid t'eami however,' was admitted by olio vote. ' Mi -'Fallon further,, repnited thatr fheii- olul) would .bo ablo to *crin<;e I ni*t6Hea'-<with Arnold; , X...

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Approaching Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 12 May 1914

> Approaching Sales. jMayJ...--5-ile of 14-J i<shs of I'.inJ" n't ' : . llealihft, in estate of John Pi-nysoni .'kcenned.—Tliurii'ns Morrow ami Co . ^..auctioneers, ' . ' ' May. 12.—Special stock sale "of 700J -• ■ ^heep at Charlton.—Thomns Slpnoir. and Co., auctioneers. • '" M»y 20.—Logan »tock. sale.—Tlioini. Moirow and Co., auctioneers. . ■ M»r 28.—Inglewoodsto'ck sale.-Thomas' Mono*? and Co., auctioneers}, - . M*y 20. — Sale of household furniiur.r utid nu Mr 0- .Luurena. ^•homas MoHow.and ,Co., auctioneers

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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MELBOURNE MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 12 May 1914

u . m a.tc h kst . • ,T!ie matcli» ft .pijyud.. on $hUiiday'.'ftft*«r'• noon resulted f.,_ ... • • '• ' (liKioiiK.- ;• •_.. •• ' South Melliiiuhie, 11 goals 8 tiehinds, beat Kilzioy,'ft goals 12 heKincls. ,:' ■ ' lCss'endon, !>;griils 15' tobiAd*,' best'St.'. Kildv 7 K«f«l« 10 behind*; Carlton, IS goals' 24 Keliind*!' biMt»&nit. veisity, 4 goals 8 behinds. • Collirigw'ood, 12 goals 18 behind*, bout Richmond, 4 galls 12 behinds. Geeloni;, 10 goals 14 behinds, heat Mel bourne, !). goals 4 behind*. association;. I'rahran, 8 goals 14 behind*,.'beat Port Melbourne, .4 goals ID behinds. Esjendnn, (5 goals It behinds, beat Foots cray, 5 goals .15 behinds! Brighton, 13 goals 2:j beliinds, beat yaw thorn, li goats ii behinds. lirucswiclt, (f goals 18 behinds, beat Willi'iinst.oHn, 4; goals !) behinds'.' ; J Noith Melbourne, .17 goals;''eh:nds, beat Northcoto, 2.goals' 4. behind-... !

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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POMPAPIEL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 12 May 1914

POMPAPIEL, ,a A well attended meotin« wan held it) the Sute school ou Tuesday evening to arrange for the celebration of Empire Day. MiE. M'Grilh presided, aud it was decided to hold a picnic in the school grounds nftor tho usuhI perform inces of the morning. fiHit snd lollies Hie t.» l,e provided for tho children. Th# p-uviits- will supply the, refreshment--. The K ist Loddori Shire Council is donating fl tow-aids each -clmo) ; entercaiiiiniMit in (he >hire.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 12 May 1914

H* " " ■ _ )• r ^ ■ ^TTTTT.^., . . ' " Comittoinveaitb of HustvaUa HEAD OFFIOE 3YDNEY . Alt Bank l« opeu for ill claisti of QENCRALBANKINQBU8INMS.U J . BQUITABLC BUILDING, OOUMN8 6TREeT, .Mei,BOUIINK ''AIM it 9ydn«y, Canberra, AileUtde, Perth, Hobart, lirUbme, (toi-slnrui'toii, To^niyitle, Riid^LondoaL Ofcblt remittance! made to, And drafts drawn on foreign placet dlrec:. ' Foreign bills negotiated Mi , collected. Letters of credit tailed to any part of the world. Ullli negotiated or forwarded for collection. Banking and Exchange Business of every description transacted- within the Comtuot* wlaltta, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed depeeltt. Advanoae made ifaitist approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT » Viotorian Ointral Offloit 317 OOLMN8 ITRBET, MIIMMNI. Branches In the above cities and 3,000 Affonclot at Post Offices throughout the CoromonwMltk. Deposits from 1/. to £300. ' Intircit at Z% por annum. tipilltt of Withdrawals stay be ...

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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 12 May 1914

' golf. ... A .Gentlemen's Singles Handicap for the president's .trophy will he phiyed oll'at the links mi SUiirday next:"' I-Uridicitps and draw will appe-ii in'next iss'iie* " -

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Late Mr. J. R. Gray. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 12 May 1914

The Late Mr. j;; R. Gray. Prior tn the atait of the business at Thursday's meeting of tliu Mospitu) Coin, mittee, Mi' Kelly sUtcd lie desired to a„y a few wotds in reyurd to the lamented death of Mr Joshua It. Omy, secretin y in the Shiro of Kornnu. .Mr t.iray had been a ijenfleilian well" known to everyone thioughnut 'i widj area-—a Kentleinan in I every sense of tile wort), of honor, [and one the district could ill ulViml t„ 1<>SU Ho would lie missed by veiy many tlumiyl,'. but the shire. He had been connected with the shire for \ory many years, ,uul 1 hud curried out his duties well and faith fully. Addition to hissecietarial duties, lie had been »hiru valuer, and later on, valuer (or the State knd tax. All regretted the loss ta the district and also t<> (he du. 'censed'« family, lie moved that a Istler of condolence bu forwarded to Mrs. Giay anil family .Hid'Mr. A. Giay, expressing the committee's deep sympathy in their [■reat loss. : Mr Ilotin second...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 12 May 1914

MEETINGS. BTC. Empire Day. A 1'UBLIC MEETING iVill be luld at the Town Hall, ItiKlewood, on TUESDAY EVENING, 12th Ma», at 8 o'clock, to'decide a* to the celebration at Empire Dav, 1914. . - ' C. J. ANSETT, ' '"Mavor. Tth May, 1914. ' • ' AMUSEMENT*. A Eucbr* Party and Dance IN aid of the Bridgew»ter D>m»b Buiiu.i will be held in the Mechanics' Hall, { BRIDGEWATER; on' FRIDAY- NEXT.; loth lnit: Euchre commence* at,8 p.iu. Gentlemen," 2s Bd'; Ladie» provide refresh mniti, 'First claw'Maeic- a piano,, piceplo and Comet.)' • ■ E.;FOGARTY, , . ' ■ .>•'Hi'H;o» . Sec. . ■i :<i.-BrMtifwat«r Br«»» fcarii!'. * Town Hall, Iaglewood. .Grand Entertainment •■ 7 • B.V ...' ' Iaglewood Pierrot Coy. • . '.<)}»' ' ' 1 ' "• Empire Night. frirei £|. ajid 1»- 8#»i'» "cap i>» re. lerytd at Mill Southv.'i lorM. WOLFE'S-SCHNAPPS •polls Porfootlon In Liquor. It lo a Popular Tonlo. TENDERS. Sbires of East Loddon and Korong. rpENDERS, addressed to the President, J. Shire Hall, S...

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Arnold. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 12 May 1914

Arnold. (FROM 'OUR ' CORRKSrOXDF.ST;) ; : A concert was held in the Arnold'hall nn Friday evebing Inst to raise'Kinds', for the. local cricket club. " It'wis V moat bonder;, ful success from e'v'ery point of'view'.. "The people were crushed in the hull, and porch to auffociting point,, whilst over 40 could not gain admission. • The takings at the door amounted tt> £10 2s. The ciowd was declared to be—by the oldest inhabitant-" pre3ent—the" largest ever known ill the history i>f "Afriold, and the concert proved to be wall' wotthy of the patron »ge accorded it. The roars aud ripplesW laughter-which came from the crowd duiing the whole of the concert was a sui* index that thope present were Enjoying themselves1; The fact tint not one:p<jrsoo left the building until the-conceit.iwas. finished, in. spite, of the fact that they were being, jostled and crushed in a most unpleasant manner, also pointed to the same fact. There was not one weak point in the whole concert pro ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 12 May 1914

Fof BronbhinVGoyglis tf^-e Voodj)' Great Peppermint Cure, If flil Mr H*»elthorn, MioUUr. for ' Public •Wnik#,. s#itV»n S'kturtlivjl.that.the work of, I the Country .Honda Iio»)d, would h»ve iin educative. tlfect on Shite Council*. The uttenthm of.the bo»vd to the nmin . roads would ewibW>-councils to conceiitmtd their etfmta-'on the improvement of "the nu( • nidhry riMd*. SOHOSK9 SKIN FOOD. F.verv woman who wishi's to nppmr 'beautiful Khould ub<; "Soroses" for the akin,.it lit'\iiv; unaurptigsed in preserving the complexion. Groses Skin Food is freshening, . softening, demising mid beautifying, mnkes all blemishessticli us pimplea, freckles; wrinkles^ sunburn and sallowness disappear like'Price. 2»"9d per jar. Obtainable «t Mini K. Soi}t|ieiy'4, Ingleirood.' , For'ptiildren'8;it-4cking poiiK|) at TJigl^P Wood* Peppermint Gup;

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