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

TENNIS. Playing in (ho ' final of ||10 Mixed Doubles competition on Wednesday" li Smith nnd MJbs Smith defeated W I «• wont and Miii Bnilie, C-3, 6-3. '

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Special Sheep Sale at Charlton. CROSS EWES MAKE 23s 3D. STRONG DEMAND SHOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 15 May 1914

Special Sheep Sale at. Charlton. BV MESSRS.'THOMAS MORKOW AND CO. CROSS EWES MAKE 23* :ii>. STRfjljQ DEMAND SHOWN. A special sheep sain w$s conducted at Charlton oij Tuesday by IVjessrs Thorn is Morrow and Co. All the sheep advertised were penned, and an additional 2000 were sJbo tffirw^rd, making i> total yarding of 3CX50. Crossbred breeding ewes occupied 4 prominent place in the catalogue. 1 Jiey wars fine even types, large Crimed mid well woolled. During the last f nv weeks some particularly warm weather has been ex perienced for this time of the year, and a slight temporary check has been uiven to the new grass. It was jviJently this fact tlmt induced the manifestation of a fueling that was inclined to be caution?, with the result that the market was nther easier on tl)» hig{) ratos ruling at the last special sale at Gharltcn on iptiI ,'jQth. T||ere was a good attendanoo of the public, which included buyers fioni the Charlton and s'jrroiindin" district, W'ychuproof, Bridge...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 15 May 1914

■ALU SY AUCTION. 1 homas Morrow & Co, Aj^otloneer*. STATION "AGENTS; In^lewood and Eej^cJigo,..., . J.jyiTH Branches at Charlton,..Wyctie *™vi proof,' Boort, I/Og*n, Newrt«t(l Vy "f^jtlong, Kilmore an(I.I*octti*i<i.^u»... tad OLEARINU 8ALB8' Conducted in all parts of tlx: State. Loam negotiated on broad acres at low rates .Repbrse.nt :— Dalgety and Co Limited. Pearson, Uowej Smith and Co.: T. Robinson mid Co, I'ropty, Ltd. Wigcher and Co, Superphosphates. SL«ep'and Cattle Trucks promptly secured and loaded. Sales of Stock *;WAV b» h»ld on the foHowini datw WYOHBPROO». Tuaaday, MAY 12 CHAKLTON Wednesday, MAY 13 - QDAMPATOOK Thursday, MAY •OOKT . Friday, MAY 15 And tvetj succeeding.t'orraiGtiT at ' each oi above place*. ■ ■ - -• . Inglewood Market. 1H.URSDAY, MAY £8; /J1HOMAS MOKIJOW and CO. announce ' 3. that they will hold their usual sale ••aboTe, at their yards, on the above data. when tliev will offer— Sheep, Pattle, &c. Logan Stock Sale TUESDAY, MAY 26...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 15 May 1914

Advertise Your District! TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, 11 you wish your district to gain prom inence, do not kef» the knowledge of local happenings to yourself. If you wish •vente in which yon are interested to be uade public, just drop s line to "The Advertiser" office in time.to allow of arrangements being made fo* 1 reporter to attend, or, failing that, try your own hand at reporting. Don't bother to anyj great extent about the composition of articles; juBt write fully and clearly—the •ditor will do the rest. Weddings, deaths, accidents, concerts, •ports, social gjittierings find personal paragraph,*) are all of interest to your neighbors. and by drawing public atten tion to yfiur district you are doing a good ivo'. If.' • " ' " ' • -■ J Tim! tJ;or<- is ;en1 ->11 fur this reminder ,ie not o-.ir f uilt. We have, unfortunately, no mi:ao;:!oiiH iiowcr of knowing what is happening i" :i» the area served by this joiirnr , hut are desirous,, with your co .operation, of less...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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THE Inglewood Aobertiser, FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 15 May 1914

8$f inglefooob &b&trlisstr, FRIDAY, MAY ID, 1914. The locil.band intends making-an effort , in aid of the funjd in connection with* tlie Bendigo- niming- disaster. Next Sunday | afternoon the bind will play selections in , the reseive near tho lailway station. A collection will be taken up by tho liremun, and it' is hoped.a Rood response will, be miido. The Mayor (Cr C. J. Ansett) and Mr A. Curt io. will (jive addresses during the iiftorr.oon. A similar effort will bo nnicle hy the Itridgoiviitor Band on .Sunday, 24th iust. The Boiough Band and other local pub lic bodies have accepted the invitation bf the Key C. A. Giant to attend \ patriotic: sci vice to he conducted at St. Augustine's Chuicli it 7 p.m. 011 the 24th ir.st, Empiro Sundiy. I'niforms and regains will lie worn. At lieiliba nn Tuesday, Thomas Morrow and Co. submitted to auction 144 acres i11 the estate of John Pearson, deceased. The bidding did not equal the reserve on th° property, however, and it was ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Church Notices. ANGLICAN. SONDAY MAY 17th. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 15 May 1914

Church Notices. ANGLICAN. SONIMYv'MAY Inglcwomi— ■ 11 a.m., 11.0. 7 p in., Kvpnsonc. • Kurlinp—■ 2 j>.m.,-Kvensring Bui'sjnwalor— •_ >■ ■S.^5 p.in., Ey.eiisoti^'.'•. AU scrvices by the Vicar'. • Koronir Vale— • , 11 a.m., Maitins. ; • 7 Kvpnsong. ■■■■■■■• . Powlett - •; i' 3 p.m., Kveusong. All services by Mr. Waller Walters.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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POSTAL RATES AND RECULATIONS [Where the term "The Common, wealth" is used in connection with theee rates and regulations it includes Papus. Lord owe Island, and Norfolk Island] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 May 1914

POSTAL RATES AND RCCULATTjIta [\\ hero tho term "The Common, wealth" is used iti connection with theee rates and regulations it includes Pnpu*. Lord Jlono Island, and Norfolk Island} LETTERS. * For every J ounce or 1 raction thereof. For delivery within the Common* wealth 0 \ For delivery in the British km. piio 0 I . For delivery in the Now Uebri chy J ^ Banks, and Torres Islands | For deli.cry in other lilacea .. 0 L LKT'ffili CAIUJS. " ' For delivery within the Conunon««aMk t Single, Id. oaoii; roply, Id. ea<A hatf* For delivery in tfcc British Kmpjra (a^ list of places K3(l« "Lsifcera')—(j£ gle, Id. each. For delivery ia New Hebrides, liski and Torres Inlands—&ii>£l», 24. Miti' For delivery in ot^sr plMca— Stagi* 2Jd. each. ' POST C AliM. Single Postcards inaprowed witk t4a Id. btanip, and Keply or double oudi each Jialf of which haa the Id. atoms impressed thereon, may he tranmoittM to places v. itliin the Comn'onwealth, ana to those places, enumerated und...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 May 1914

Commonwealth JfeBanfe of Hustralia i HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY i tti Ink li epiQ (or til clauts o( GENERAL BANKING BUSINES8 ** EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE \ Ate At Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, nrisbane, Itockhampton, Tof"r*M'o, and London. J Cable rtraitUncei made to, and draft* drawn on foreign places direct. Forest. - -jotiated and ootleoted. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. Hilt* ne^otiat • .nrwarded for • collection. Banking and Exchange Buaine&s o! every description transacted the Common wealth, Ualted Kingdom and abroad. Current account* opened. Interest paid on filed deposit#. Atvaaocs mada afainst approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT * Victorian Central OfRco: 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. . Bnacfct* In the above cities and 2,000 Agencies at Pott Qfflccs throughout the Commonwealth. J Deposit* from 1/- to £300. Interest at 3;; por annum. f or Withdrawal* may be made at any llranch or Agency within the Commonwealth H...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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SERPENTINE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 May 1914

SERPENTINE. (fhom or.jt coinu:spoxdi:nt.*/ Kunnri; \yiXy willho culuhnited hero on "iUl " l)i(;,li« f'"' cliililren mid 1 », to III. follmved |,v „ s„c;:ll eve„ing » "I lance !n tliu Shim I I,ill at m-lit. Fm l'»8 hoe., en slumld be success *pi.li'S alu ni]ibui-.-i] .support, 1?7? «"'«lo-l.y ouu nf tlie Indies of C"l'Tbuilc;ed.,mttot! ,esu,iin°in U°

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Late Mr. J. R. Gray, EXPRESSIONS OF SYMPATHY. KORONG SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 May 1914

The Late Mr. J. R. Gray, 0 expressions of sympathy'. koroxg shirk council.! Before commencing . business at the I monthly meeting oC tho Koronj; . Sln.-e I Council on Thursday, the president .(Cr. i O'Biiun) refer led to the untimely -Icivtl) of their secretary, i\liv J. 11. Gray. He slid he felt hu could -not say anything to help their regret. They nil- felt it ns lie did. i They had lost an ofhser in w hom tliey all had entire conlideuce. ' Ratepayers and residents throughout thu slure recognised the great loss, and the regret at his untime ly dccoasa whs general. The loss was greater, however, to bis own family—ft loss tlmt was lnenirable. Mo felt that at the prudent moment their "riei must be very wen'. Me desired to move "That this cuuiiri tenders. to Mrs; Gray and family and iiso the brothers of tho lute Mr. J. tt. Gv»y, tlu sinceiu anil heartfelt sympathy i'i the onuneil .111 the sad : and irreparable Hiss \hieb ihey allhave: snilered. This cmir^il f. els they have lost a val...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 May 1914

The actress stood on the manager's door, Him' head was heavy, her throat was sore ; Slie entered Ins presence wilh sinking lieai t. She h id cum?, that niuht tn resign her part. "A cold," ciied the man, "Oh, my dear, There's really nothing for V'Ui ti> fu*u ; I'll yivi; you a remedy, good and pure, .Just take some Woods' Peppermint Cure. During the week ended to-day 83 points of rain have fallen. The result is that the countryside Ins been transformed, both crops and <jrass haviny made excellent growth; PUBLIC NOTICES. Electric tram drivers wanted. Good opening for smart men. Per manent position ; jwod wages. Write for particulars (enclose stamp for answer). II. W: Chaining, Instructor. SllLydiard St., Ballarat. COURSE of Bookkeeping, Short? hand and Typewriting will com s on May 20tli. For terms, etc., apply at the Convent. Preliminary Announcement. ,i GRAND fair in aid of the Funds TX of tlm Presbyterian Church will be held in the Town Hall, Inciewood, on Wednesday a...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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MINING. RUSH AT ARNOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 May 1914

MINING. RUSH AT ARNOLD. Considerable interest was aroused throughout, the district'on Thursday when j it became, known that Uio Messrs Angus Urns., of Amuld, bad made. a Unci iu wic of Mr C. Morion's paddocks, about a mile from Arnold. The spot was visited by a great many during Llie day, the consequence being that there is a large area of country peeked out. Tho find was inado where somo three years ago a fairly rich indicator was stiuck by Messrs Arnold and Smith, whose claim, named tlio Good-enough, returned approxi | mutely L1000 worth of gold. In close proximity to the outcrop a lead started, but beyond a small nugget ofHIdwts. very little gold was obtained, although the lead was extensively piospected. Recently Messrs Angus Bros, opened up a drive in one of tho abandoned shafts in tho deeper ground, and canio acrosn somo fair prospects in a higher level. Following these, they obtained about an ounce of gold in a very short time. The fact is thereby apparently revealed that a r...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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MR. JOHN FINDLAY, IRISHTOWN [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 May 1914

I MR. JOHN FiNDLAY, IRlftll'£OW£. The death tool; place yesterday morning lit his residence, Irishtnivn, of Mr .Jnlin l'"indlay, nil old losidi'iit i.f llinl, !ni:i!iiy Till! OCCIIII elite WIS nut lll!U.,puCtt.'tl, li deceafed lmd Ijeen in imUtl'.-inl lualih for almut two years. One of his arms ^tvc liim trouble tlithiiliIi poisonm:;, ami ali.Mit a month ago h:s whole .-ysttm was ull'icti'il l>y » s-li;;ht paralyticus!roke, from which he failed to rally. I lu' whs attended in ■ his lust illness hy J)r Oeravin. Oecea.-cd was a widower, his wife hiving iticl about two years- n»o. Ml' Kindlay's connection with tliu district in which he resided it is a len»tliy /ijiejiu.liavini; worlud in Mci.ride'h store, Tarniiyjilla, in Lho early mining days, ile leaves one aisU-f in .Scotland, his only other relative heiiii; iiic fin'tip.' ATcBride, .Atent-General for Victorin,£j?';w 'i^nejul will Uliejilace tu-dny.

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Licenses Reduction Board INGLEWOOD DISTRICT DECISIONS. EIGHT HOTELS TO BE CLOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 May 1914

Licenses Seduction Board INGCEWOOD DISTRICT DECISIONS. !EIGHT HOTELS• TO-BE;C'nbSEP. The result of the deprivation sittings conducted: in respect to the Tngleivotid licensing district b\\thc above Board was announced on Friday, the following hotels | being listed for closure-^ Adelpl)i,'Tnglfi«'opd. I Bank. Inglewood. i kxcharige, Inglewood. I Harp or Erin, Jnjilewood. i I'ost Odice, Rheola. i fcandluust, Brulgewater West. • i ■Spring Creek. kurting. i -Victoria, Wehhv. ■ In announcing the decision Mr. Barr (chairman) statedTho brulgewater, Inglewood and Wedderburn districts have been considered togotlier, as this appeared to be tlie fairest way of dealing with tho conditions which they present. Bridg water, with a statutory immber of niiio hotels, has an excess of six. Inglewood. the statutory number of which is eight, has an excess of eight, whilst Wedder burn, with a statutory number of eight, lias an excess of only one. Of these three the Inglewood district lias therefore the gr...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTINGr. GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 May 1914

SPORTINGr. GOLF. Tin- attnllt'incn'rt s'n«li-s Ji.-uxliiMp fur tho I 'ii'oMili'.utV trophy was nluytd oll'nti S.itur I-iy, ami ivsnltud in \V. I.amnnt and <5. ISiiirv living for lirst- Iidficrs. Tlii» [iJ.iy-nH' iviil bi!;u pl.ics> tii tmiuow. V. Jvuuim!* put up I he lii'st. round «li' i(in i-Lick willi a -i-niv. i>f Dr Di'iavin c.'imiiii! ui'Xt with ■il. Afu-nioon tn-i vvus provided liy 1-hu t-.uiii's. Tile fnlhxvins* ale tile sentes :— 'jrnss. H.Ip. JN'ct. ... 83 12 71 ... H7 Hi 71 ... !»2 18 74 ... 7» 4 75 ... S!> J-I 7<"> ... 88 32 71". ... U7 20 77 ... % 18 78 ... 102 22 80 ... SI scr. 81 ... 07 Hi ... !>!) 8 82 ... !1!) 1(5 82 ... nr, 1(1 8fi ... 98 12 ' 80 ... 102 Hi SO ... 101 H S7 ... 1(18 20 88 ... jor. in w) .. no 20 Jin ... lin 20 <m ... Ill 20 ill A ladies' handicap fur a Irnphy donated liy tin; pr?:<idoiit wilt lie played oti" on Saturday ni-xt. Handicaps and draw will appear in m'u m-si issue. W. Tnmnnt 0. }'i...

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Approaching Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 May 1914

Approaching Sale . May 20.-Lok.ui stock sale.—Thomas Morrow and Co., .uictioneers. •May 28.—Tiigleivtiud stock salo-Thonms Morrow unci Co., auctioneers, Slay 20.—Sale of household furniture and P| ects on behalf of Air G. Laurens.— J honias Mouow and Co., auctioneers.

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FOOTBALL. TARNAGULLA v. RHEOLA. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 May 1914

FOOTBALL. TA RXAGULLA v. RIIKOLA. These teams met at Tarnapulla on Sat urday, when an enjoyable game re sulted. K. Coffev captained liheola, while Allen acted in a like capacity for Tama-! nulla. "'arnasulla were in evidence in the first quarter anti scored twice, while Klieola failed to trouble the goal umpire. Shortly alter the bounce passes hv Allen to Uur chall to Patterson were followed by the latter scoring a sixer with a lone shot. From the centre .1 Hen sent down anain to Patterson, who passed in turn to ltivett, a single resulting. Scores:— Tarnagulla, 1 tioal 1 behind. Klieola, nil. Rheola began the second term well, K. Coffey forwarding to Mason, and Cntto «;euring and registering: tir3t single. Con tinuing on the aggressive, Rheola wore advanced four points by Hunt, Kelly, W. Masen and J. Coffey, but through inac curate shooting failed to obtained a major score Tarnagulla then raised the siege of their goal and passes by Allen to Bur- i ehali t:i Patterson to Chapman tra...

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Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 May 1914

Borough Council. Tho foitnighlly meeting of tho council was licltl on Friday evening. Present Cr." Ansett (Mayor), Dc.naldson, Wei Id, llatiii Boag, Hoiuti unci Uenshaiv. < :o iir i:s rox» i: nx' k . Krnm Mrs .T. U. Gray and family, nc kiiowledsiug council's teller of sympathy. —Received. From Ktliiwtioii Department, acknotv . ledgi11- council's letter le Kmpiro Day cololniicivuf.—Kucoivetl. J<Yom Msli'icfc Land Oflifor, l!en:ligo, asking if "f i'K' '> "ores i>f land applied, for by S. A. Klann igan (tracing forwarded) ivui'u required for roiid purposes or for] rusidenUiiI sites.—Keferred to tho Mayor, and town clerk to inspect and report, on I the'motion'of Crs Kenshaw and Wells. j nm'uim. The town clerk lcpoitcd (1) I havo to report that most of tlio work ordered to be dime at last meeting lias been carried out. (2) There are 25 moro rails required to pUt the Rvidgevvater road fence in order. (.'ij The concroto pipes have not yet arrived, but the electi...

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BRIDGEWATER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 May 1914

BBIDGEWATEB. A :oncei t in aid of the ttrid«ewatei Methodist Cluircli was held in the Median ios' Hull onTuesday niulit. Owinsj to the rain the attemUnce was only inodeiate. The View A. Ditterich occupied thu chair. Vocal items, incliiuim; ipiartets, duets and solos were rendered )>y Bendi^o and local talent, a really uood piogramme lining pro vided. The licndi^'o eoiHtHmtois wem the Forest-street <|U«itet. paity (Messrs 10. II. C'ollett, J. Smith, Miller and J. Ci. Stanl'ield), Miss Tien»rove, Miss Wheaton and Miss .DoiicUs (pianist); Mr Oai;-im (fnyleivnod), Mm .J. Jenkins, jun , Miss Kill; ami Mr C. liurye (Bridueivatei.) In t-Uumetital selections ive/c lendered Uy members of the llridunwnter Bra«s lUnd, Kieliidinj; a duet Uy Mr W. W'allaoo (stxo pin lie) and Mr N. Lucas (comet). The ladies' committee' of the church rendeicd v ilualile assist-uire, A euchre puty and dance under tile alls pices of tlu! lirid<;,ewatei Brass Bund took place ill I ho Mechanic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 May 1914

SOHU.SK8 SKIN KOOI). Kverv wnmnn wlio wii-lics .to appear beautiful sliould use "Sorusra." for tIn' skin, it btMiijr iiNsui'pnsHeil in prpscrvinir tlie cumpU'XHm. Si>vusfs Skin Kooil is fra-hi'iii;:;;, softening, t'liMiusinj; ntul \ ljenutilyinu, niak't-s all HomisliCB sucli us t pimples, frecklos, wiinUcH, sunburn anil sallowni'ss (linappeur like limbic. I'rue 2a Oil per jur. Obtnijuble n't. Miss E. Soulhey s, Inglewooil. s

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