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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 12 May 1914

Bereavement Notice. MBS GRAY, Family and Brother! of the late Joshua R. Gray, sliireaec retary, of Wedderburu, wish to tender their' sincere THANKS to their many friends for lioral tributes, telegram*, let ter«, and expressions of lyrapathy j and especially to Drs. Taylor, Long and Williams, together with Suree Field and Mr W. Rochester, during their late tad bereavement. .

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Hospital Committee. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 12 May 1914

Hospital Committee. MONTHLY MKKTING. :he monthly meeting of tho co'nimttco ,of' mnnngemorrfr-wis held on : i hui>(liiy. Present Messrs. Barne* ■ (nroHiJonl), MetelniinniHifsett, O'Brien, Kelly, Ilomn, Mikepence and Nelson. • • ••••. ... cohrksponhkntk. . Frnm,W. Q. Goutts and N. H. Hisselt, Villi secretinies of tho" Serpentine hospital fete, with cheque for. £80, lifst inaUlment of proceeds,;—On • tho ..'notion of Messrs. Makepeace and 'Selson, it was decided that i.tpeciiil vote ..fthanks he pped tho'- ictd committee and secretaries for their splendid uHolla oil helialf of the hospital. ' ■ . From .Tjensury,. with" cheque for LI J), 'Oriveninient.grimt.—Received. ; ' , . From Mrs :IV Gillespie Mid family, acknowledging letter of condolence in their /recent hereavemdn^—lleceiveu. ,.;Fiqiii the Matron, ashing that, an'Ilia ^number, of. fowl* .at the institution was .am^ll, peniiission lie granted for the pur chase of more.—After di«cussii>h' it 'was ^decided, on, the motion of ...

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

SOllOSKiS HlIR'TftMC; ' " Thi* preparation i» unaurpawed a* * kair food and dandruff preventative. A little eprinkled .on thp beail_;night and i^rnlnij^and: gently inawa'ged into the •clip, render* baldnen irilpaesible. So ■roief Hair Tonic will absolutely grow kair and prevent it from falling out. It impart* a beautiful' glosay iheen, and bring* out all the (natural hrightneii cl ihe- nair,': Vrire Sv.Sd per liottle. Ot lainable at >..»» r'. £ontli*y'i, luglei Wood' autl' M NOTICES. Dancing MISS YKR'A McMAHON. rpE^iCHER of Society, Ball-room Eti X queue, ot .Ball, Fancy Step Dancing wilhm to opin 'k fela»* in luglewood. Ail intending pupils kindly forward name* to .-'Mite M. Am.KjY.Term*, 30a per quarter ftr'adVance. ' Lateat dancing taught. Advanced pupil*. - Per leison arrange ment* for private pupili attended to by Mil 'Appleby. '" C)ai»e» held at Town Hall on Friday*. Dancing. MPS. G, "H0WELL8' ASSEMBLY | WILL commence at Brooke-street on • - Wednesday - Evening; March 25, a...

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

AdveVtise Your District! TO ALL WJiOJI IT MAY CONCERN. If you wish your district to gain prom inence, do not. kc/'O the knowledge of locfl! happeniugs to yourself. If you wish events in which you »re interested to be ' made public, just diop a line to "The Advertiser " oflico In lime to allow of ''arrangements being made fori reporter to attend, or, failing that, try your own -'•'•'hand at reporting. Don't bother to any! ' great extent about the composition of articles; just write fully and clearly—the .■ editor will do the rest. Weddings, deaths, accidents, concerts, sports, social gatherings and personal '' paratrrnphfl ilr0 ;1" .of interest to your neighbors, and by drawing public atten tion to your district you nro doing good work. That there is reason for this reminder ia not our fault. Wo have, unfortunately, no miraculous power of knowing what "is happening in all the area served by this journal, but are desirous, with your co operation, of lessening our limitations. Write th...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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SPORTING FOOTBALL. KORONG DISTRICT CENTRAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 12 May 1914

SPOTTING o» . --^OTBALIi/ V ■ KOlioSo D'lStlUCT CEKTIU-li"' " : ^ XS^CIATIQX. i from th6 , teams'ooitijMijtnii tW-.aliove withheld »t,,Uie R nyal. Hi^« 1 Wjl.tj- <sy»r!(i *V|11})>"lliure , were presefit^Dfr toerav'in j-ptwHiateut), and . Messrs V. \V. Klniry nijd W. Gitwon (Ko rong V.ilu)l J^'^^Eut|m.vyf rfriil'sC. Burgo . (Bridgewatei) ; J. K;, ;Ciaig and Hobbis (We.ddet burn); A. Cufiie <ind R. Donald-, son (tnnlewfind.) , j Un tli|^ny>t&>q^M«ssrs-IJiir<je and Crijijj, it w*s 'dtTcia«j fet'llftf aliiiicwtion be ifc -•"•"K'.-.-.■ ■ ■• | KLECTION OM)mCERS. | Dr. Deravin was again nominated for the position of preside/at by^AIessrs Kipiry..and , Craig, but asked,* while appreciating the honor done him,, JLJiat. one of last year's 1 vice-presidents sii&ulcf lie appointed. He thought the presidentship was a position which should k° rouud,,in .order that each club'inintit linve^ttiV'fidrfoT-ill' tiirn, and | would like very m...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Inglewood Advertiser. TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 12 May 1914

ftjff $ii0leto00fr •TUESDAY, MAT 12, 1914; On Wednesday ,\20t)i in«t., .» ciinferenc of delegates from the shires interested ill wiiifrij; ott" tho-H7ttol»t6tlrie»V>f the old Lixlwu' Triiittfll" \y»ftjf ;Tiu.st'"^will lii! lield, at; jTlief Shire liAtl;'' S'oixjeniHie, 'commencing at 2 [>.ui. . • . ' ..Those interestecl in the lociil coleliriition of iSiijpiie Day are rtimiiided of ohe puiil.icj meeting to be held :»t .the Towu lltli tliis evening to decide iipYm *>vlut form the celebration will Uke. ■ • __ ; Tenders are invited, returnable ,at . the Shiru.(>ttice, Serpentine, up to 11 v.ni., orr tiie 20ch inst., for the work to be carried^ out by the Kororijf and East L"ddnn Sfiirei of repairing the Majoi's Line bridge on. the Loddon between Jarklan and Kiny-^ puniel. Specitioitiona may be aeen ut the' shire oftices, Seipentine'and Wedderhnrn:' I Tenders for various works'in the E*«st' Loddon Shire aie eUewheie invited,'. re?| turnaMe up to U a.nt. on Wednesday, 20th ,'...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Social and Presentation. TO MR. N. R. SIMPSON. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 12 May 1914

Social and Presentation. TO MR. N. R. SIMPSON. As a means of showing their hearty appreciation of Mr. N. R., Simpson's   valued services in connection with the annual Easter sports, the residents of Newbridge and district decided upon presenting him with a complimentary social and presentation. The move-   ment was accorded warm support, and on Wednesday evening, the date fixed upon, there was a large attendance at the Mechanics' Hall, 'l'he chair was occupied by Mr Rabling. The first part of the evening took   the form of musical items, the follow- ing being rendered:— Overture, Messrs. Holland Bros., Tregillis and Lucas ; song, "Where the River Shan- non flows," Mr. R. McKenzie; song, Mrs. Petersen ; song, Mr. R. Hart. The chairman then referred to the excellent service rendered the sports committee by Mr. Simpson, stating that at the last effort . no stone had .. been left unturned to ensure success. I :J1e. hoped that at some future time tl...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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POSTAL RATES AND RECULATION [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with there rates and regulations it includes Papus Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 15 May 1914

7 POSTAL RATES AND ReCULAtlDm [Vj.pro the term "Tfro Common, weaith is used In oonpectiOn with Uim. rates and regulation* it include* PodST Loid Howe Island, and Norfolk IiUtwlN LK1TEB6. J For ever;. £ ounc;e or fraction t£#r#©f, : For del in-; witlun the Oombfita- , wealth .. li 0 | l For delivery in tie British En- ! piro .....# |' For delivery in the New Hwri^lfc , , , Banlcs, and Torre* Ul»n4» o • • For delivery in other p]acefc .. •• • || LETTER 0 ABM. For delivery witkin U» Oemk«n«aaM i Single, Id. eMk; fair, " For delivery » WW Bn) list of placis " glo. Id. eaok. For delivery ia Ihji tiabrita. iMfe. and Torre* f*l*wk Bin*!*, MTmZ, For delivery ia «tMt fimm— ttftdk 2»d. each. POST CA&DS, Single Pottaug* iw«Md >ltk Um Id. ktazsp, •nd BtyJIy Of dtrdf. I'each half of which M* Ike 14. tteaf I impresied thereoH, msw M tr*UBiiU4Q to place* within th® Commonwealta, %q] to thoie plftoei, •humto^ted ftukt "Letters," to which letter* may k| transmitted at the rat* of Id. per ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 15 May 1914

[nEURALGI^ PAINS nearly Driven mad RigM and Day, But Clements Conic CURED HER Here U a letter which all women should read; especially those who are prone to neuralgic affections, and who pass hours oi agony and ill-health through them. This letter tells those women more than can be specially written of the relief o( Neuralgia by Clements Tonic, and it w s sent from 411 Clarendon Street, South Melbourne, S, 6 T J CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., ' ■" • " For the benefit of those who suffer from Neuralgia I should like to tell them of my cure. "• " It is a few years back I bad that complaint, and it lasted for the best part of five years. Many people said it had become chronic with me—that I would never get rid of it—and I got to believe their opinion correct, for doctors' advice and prescriptions did not hare the least effect. I used numerous other medicines and re medies, until I was despairing of ever getting better. This affected my -general health. I became thin and weak, and put years on to...

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Country Telephone Services. WHAT OUR FARMERS HAVE TO SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 15 May 1914

Country Telephone Services. ! ' VVHAT our farmers have to say. It is satisfactory to find an Appreciable extern-ion of the country telephone fervices in' innriy putts'of Australia, and with pi view to tiolpiny foiwaid the telephone fervicn1 in our own dir-tiiet lottcib icci'ivtd flniii fiil ir.ers and neticu!tHiulists generally • ihi(ii!"h'«'ut'<he Slates of Victoria. •South Ali.'-tpiiiH. N. iv Kniilli alov^ 'Western At;:<t tall i nM.1 T;ismtilti», »« being pi.lute :1 ! ,'fnii' ' lir ri"i U'li. ' ' . Mi (>o>v, of "I'.ynjM," Tlnnllati, Now South W ales, *iitw "Some few . \v»r>- jyi) if often took n wiro up to four diivo l<> r<= ich parts of Kew South W«loa fi rm Sydney, wlioieiw to-day some of these puce* can »et h reply to an urgent wiro from Sydney in an hour or less. Tho con venience, usefulness, Having of time, etc., irolly cannot bo estimated." Mr 11. H. Crosswaite, Wollolonga, Gun dowiiiitr, writes:—"Tho service to tho var...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 15 May 1914

Why Your Stomach Hurts A Doctot'n Co:mnniwensc Advico, Pain ill thu stomach, vaiiunsly cilliiil indigestion, dyspepsia, flatulence, heart burn, stomach-ache, _ ete., is usually nt tiihuted to soiiiu unnatural, ahfiormal or diseased condition. of the nt.om.ich it»elf. Nothing, lio-vcvrr, could bu furtlleivfcoM thu truth. Niiiefoep times'oftt <ft'twJnM lj|e stomach if ;(lif(iliit«ly (jititlt|>1' ?'"j nf'f: ll|a|, the pain iiiul di«coi|)fuil< being entirely duo to llie acidity nnd fet mentation "f fPt'M which in itatcs and ili.-lciuli thu stonuollJ Hltlii u^li if this e.iiiditum is a!lo>vod to run on, in time the constant, inita'.ion of llm acid is likely to cat into the stomach wall!" and produce ulceis and sometimes c.tuct'r of the stomach. .Mi:dicino is nselefs i» Mich a case. The acid and fcimeiil i»i! must lie removed liy a htonm:h |iump i>r*n eine'.if, i.i- yon inu.-t neutiali.-e the acid mid Mop the fermentation l.y lukiny half a-lra -vpi)onful,pf ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Hotel Rules. POLICE ISSUE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 15 May 1914

Hotel Rules. POLICE ISSUE NOTICES. Within the next fe>v days customers of hoUU thiouelw.ut Victoiiu nill l>e interested io.reading » new notice th»t i- to leposted onlicoo»ed prenii«e<. It >»iM shuv wlnt '.miy W nny not be done l.y hotel-keepers The notice has tipun issued l.y the Chief Citririiis«i»ner of Police uith ihe n['prov<il of tins and seeietary of the Li c«ort'(i Victu-»iJ««' A.-a'.ciaiua at the sua* gotion of Mime of the members. It rt-'Hiin B* follows ;— "Only sober, roput ihle persons wlin com port themselves respectably have the light of accep.- to these premises. J . "Tho licensee w his oervint or any con stable enn oject- or arrest any person who on tbe premises commits any of the follow ing offences :— *'!• threatening. obscene, indecent, or profane iviiiu hi behaves in an ioiultin^ or ioQeount wanner. "2. .Til's licensee niU": not permit thieve?, imtnoM1 women, or any person of known bad character and repute, to frequent or remain "n ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 15 May 1914

Done §o Quietly. It comes like r vny of sunshine. Mhkoa the old folks happy. ~ Makes the young folks joyful. Takes the lead off the back. It'* all done so quietly. ?>o fuss about it, Mint is U y ■ • JVjiy, pnan's Ilackaclio Jvidney Wis. little kidney wonder workeip. ^Yjiafc will ihi-y d|i} , Kead.\>bat tjijs .woman jays ;L-r i—."Sjuiio time alio I used Plan's Bickaclie Kidney Pills for pains in the back, caused by taking cold in the kidieys, snil'i found that the remedy »m «1I >j was . said to be. lSefure I y<>t theso pill* ! fyad Fullered a good deal with backache^ j,ut "Iht-y f< on lixed me up, and I havaibeen flee from pain* ever since. Since ^u>ed llieiW 1 have recommended them to ftvung lady who wasstayiny here. She WK*vei}t)ad " .with' backache at the time, and Djn', Ila^acho. Kidney .Fills di<l .he;- ,*3{fnuch knoll as Lliiy did; mb/ •jl'lu'yl are *ps nil id liillp, and-should t.o'used by-i.ll who ^gCi |ioin the kidney*." " ' ''...

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POWLETT. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 15 May 1914

POWLETf. -{('ROM OUR rOURESPOSDKNT.'i <■ '-'.AS-«rtYy enjoyahl» time wis spent by the youn!! people of Powlett und district |sst Friday evening. The event tool; tlio form of a euchre p.nty-iind dance, anil over HO couples were present. Miss E. MaItiiusnn was the Successful lady player, while Mr. M. Isaac won the gent's prize. Dincing w is.tjiun-indulged in and continued until the -smail ■ hours of the morning. The edibles—which were plentiful and good— were supplied by the.Indies, and were much appreciated. Mr. F. Morse supplied the music, while Mr J. Jlyin proved tin efficient M.C. At .the conclusion of the dancing, Mr Tlios. Kelly, president of the «phoo| I committee, tlnnked those present for their' attendance, »nd remarked that it wis one of tiia most successful evenings he had .lyitneesed for soijip tjme, 1

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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 15 May 1914

GOLF. A geptlemon's singles lmndicip, for h tiopby uoimted l>y the president (Mi J'. C. Morrow), will lio played off to;mmiow rjver 18 link's. Pluy will commence nl 2 o'clock. Afternoon ten will lie provided tiy the 1 ulii'8. The fullowinx *re the li'indioiipn :md draw :— G. Sutherland 12, v 1). Wiight, 1C>. 11. Tiysom, 14. v K Smith, 12. I'\ Jennings, 4, v-\V. Tutchell. jiin., 8. j ! Or Deiavin, scr, v J. M.Davie.s, 10. Jhs. Turpie, 14. v W. Lunnul, 12. i J. C. Moirow, 14, v \V. Tatcliull, sen, l(i. I A. SutlieilHiid, 12, v A. G'outt.--, 18. J. bane, 18,.v II. Luinli. 20. Ji>>». Diutiuf, 2(1,1 v P. Ut.mJv, SO. G. liiiilvy. lQ.''v .1.' McLbi.-li, in. H. Poniil^fon, IS, v V- Symom!?, Ijj. A. Phillips, lli, v Ij. G.iisun, 2|j. 0. Nixon, 22, v G. Porter, IK. J. S|onn, 18, v J. Sutlieil.ind, 18. J. 11. Turpie, 20, v A. 'Jennings, 20. It. Morrow, 22, v 11. Nin>n, 22. W. Wallace, 22, v A. McKinley, 20 , A. SV. Rochester, 10, v I'...Jennings, 18.

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Approaching Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 15 May 1914

Approaching Sales. 1 May 2(1.—Logan stock 'sale.—Thomas Morrow and Co., Auctioneers. May 23.—Inglewoodstock sale.-Thomas Morrow and Co., auctioneers. "May 20.—Sile of household furniture ind ■ etfocts oh .behalf of Mr G. Laurons.— Thdijias JJcjiow and Co., auctioneers.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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SPORTING FOOTBALL. TAKNAGULLA V INGLEWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 15 May 1914

SPORTING — O -—• - .. FOOTBALL. TAKNAG.niJ/A V INOLKWOOD. | . Tlio lulurn mutch hotween I lie Tarnagulla mid Incleiroixi Wednesday tuima whs pi lyed at Tarnagulla on Wednmdav. In ulert-ood weie* minus C.- and 0. Oladtnaii and I'litler,; three of Ilia most prominoi fc | of their players in Ilia previous match, - while the T.iruagulla ranks weu> Rtrehgth encd by the inclusion ; of Mnichall and .S. Patterson. The day was mifavorable, a strong northerly wind sttvepin" the ground , from end to end, ami having the ell'ect of crowding the play on ilie east win'.'. Tar« iviuulla won comfortably, as, holding their' opponents fairly sife in the c.-n ly atfi::i\« of tlio game, tlicy finished up with a detor-1 mined effort which discounted tlio effects of tlio wind and kept Ingtewood husilv de fending. The nntch ivits well un-piied by ,\V. Mai tin, and," although willing, was played in fair spirit. A free to Sheldon forwarded for Tartu «u]U on the bounce, tlio ivind helping, but the Inyleifo...

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Licenses Reduction Board. BRIDGEWATER FAMILY HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 15 May 1914

Licenses Reduction Board. BHIIXiKWATJ2R FAMILY HOTEL. At tlie sitting ol the Board at Bendigo on Wednesday; Mr !■'. Cohen appeared for Mpesrf Hunter Brfis,'owners of the Bridge water Family }}otej, Mr J. Barnett for the licensee, V. \V. Paehgll)'. Constable Tliorburi; deposed tl)a( the hotel contained 12 rooms nnd a bar. There were seven 'bedrooms, two parlors, a dining room, billiard room and kitchen. Five of the bedrooms were used by the public. The hotel a'so had a four-stall stable and four loose boxes.: The building was in fair condition, fairly well furnished, and , well: .conducted. The Sandhurst HoCel was 85!) paces distant, the f.oddon Bridge.tlqtel 63 paces and the Itailwav 1 Hotel'ff95 paces. . ' "pbn«;i.V>!e I.a Roche said that the popu lation, 01 firidgewater within a mile radius was about 401). He Mill not think that (our hotels were ri;i|uiri;J"in tTie''Ulafrictr The Sandhuret Hotel eoulj best be spared, but that was in another district. The working class portion o...

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Australian Cyclists Abroad. An INGLEWOD RIDERS SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 15 May 1914

Australian Cyclists Abroad 'an iNOLK.woon rtibKirssrc, |.;ss The following lett.r w<»i n tciv,.,) |y Mr C. Piorcey, of Snlliv.ui s'reii, fr„ni |,i, sill (Mr C. A. l'ieiery). »lin ji n,,H, j)( Franco wiili tlio team of An-lt'in 11 i-jc'i-in which left Melbourne iva-nlly : _ "I Invo I uMun my I'uM. uic,- h,.ru ,lm| tiiive made n groat impresMon. Tin 'which iini on I!Uh Maieh. u,^ form of n mitch — l'Vane.! v A iistrnii t — Vu.-iscriou and G'>"ivii-r iiMiust Mimin unij T. Mmiro met G-idivier and win beatenin 7 l ip?, whil.-t I difeatod Passrriuu ^ laps. Wo then met Ilium in a ptnsuit nee, but lifter 8 hips I lost Munro. I on find held my own with tho two Frt'r.uli men until tho limited dUtaiuv (5 metres) was reached. I received u tiHtt ovation for my ride nnd was immediately matched to race n^ iin oil tho 22nd. This time MeNaiiiarn and I met Mmcel Oudivicr and Barthet iu » mutch, when McNNnmia defeated the latter, and 'I the foi nier, s() wo .won tho mutch I have, therefo...

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St Jo School Committee. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 15 May 1914

St Jo School Committee. MONTH LY MEETING. The iiionthl;' meeting ivas lieM on Monday evening. PiesenlMessis A. ilcmiinua (president), K. Makepeace, A. Cm lie, K. Phillips J. A. Kenslmtt-, W. PiltiH'i (fec retmy) and 1,4. Shiitli (head teacher). ""rOHUKSrONIlKNCK. From Annus and Uohei tsoii, publishers, Sydney, ivit)! account for L(J fn for nugi zihetf.—'1 lie' secictaiy st'ited that the ac count had. reached him addressed - to tlie "tiUCreUiy, School of Alt.", Infjlmvood," Previous to this he hnd received nn acknow ledgment of a request mudo for it regular supply of "Mansard," sent to the'smiej addles.", but. could nob ascertain locally I who was meant. - Mr Smith stated 111 it i when taking charge (10 hid found a pile of 1 "Hansaida" at the School. These lie had | handed over to the library. It was decided | that the account ho'returned, llic (inn to he I i'nfornied tli»t there whs nn School of Arts: Kt Inylewood Tlie head teacher reported the attendance for April to be—Primnry, 20...

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