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Korong Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 May 1914

, Korong Shire Council. ' MOJJTIIIjY mkkttng. The monthly meeting was held at (ho Shire Hull, Wedderburn, on Thursday. Present—Crs O'Brien fpresident), John son, Andrews, Kiuiiy, Thomis, Kelly and [ White. Apologies weie jeeeived from Cis j Sweeney and Gray. ! COKNL\srO>*l>K.\7;!5. From Knuinecr Shire of Gordon, stating that he hud been instructed to inspect and report on the bridge over Johnson's Creek, on the boundary road. The bridge at pre sent is a dangerous condition, and almost impassible. It is not ijuite bad enough to condemn. I Jo recommended the repair of same at an estimated cosh of £"U. When the repairs recommended are effected, the bridge should last for 10 years. His coun cil was agreeable to share half the cost, and if desired would e\rry out the wotk. as it! was nearer Honifc than Wodderburn.—Crj Johnson moved, Cr Andrews seconded, j that this council co-operate and have the, work done. Ctrne.'l. i Krom William Hunt, Coehrane's Creek*,! asking council, «m l».-...

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

•ALES BY AUUTlUn. Thomas Morrow & Co,' Auotionfers. j STOCK AND STATION AGENTS. 1 Inglcwood and Eeruiitfo, U71TH Brandies at Charlton, Wyclit » » proof, Eourt, Ixjpr.ri, Neratexl ■ Py*lo&2, Kiltnorc and Lanecfield. : - LAWD and CLKAKINU SALES I Conducted in all parts of th<: State. Loans negotiated on broad aerea at low rates • Kepeesent :— Dalgety and Co Limited, Pearson, Kowe, Smith and Co. T. Robinson and Co, Fropty, Ltd. WUcher and Co, .Superphosphates. • Sheep and Cattle Trucks promptly secured and loaded. ; ' Sales of Stock j Will b« hold on the follow in j dalta: WYCHEPR001\ Tuealay, MAY 2fi CHARLTON Wednesuay, MAY 'SI OtUMBATOOK Thursday, MAY ^'S MOST ... . Friday, MAY -ju And every succeeding Fortnight at -•ich of above placeo. Inglewood Market. lHUKSDAV. MAY £8. 'flHOMAS -M OR HOW ana CO. announce J. that tbey will hold their usual sale M above, at tbcir yards, on the above teti when thev will offer— Sheep, Cattle, &c. Logan Stock Sale TU...

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

? Advertise Your District! 10 ATX WHOM IT MAY G'ONCKRN. H you jvish your district to gain prom inence, do not kcoa Hie knowledge of Jocnl happenings to yourself. H you wish events in which you vM'e interested to be made public, just aiop si-, line to "The Advertiser" oflico in time to allow of jrrangements being made ot si reporter to attend, or, failing that, try youi ,nvn hand at reporting. Won'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, apo'ls, social gatherings and personal pr.i'ai' aphs are all of interest to your nci'jnbors, and by drawing public attcn tijii to your district .you are doing a good work. "..■.I there is reason for this reminder ie not our fault. We 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 the names of ...

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

OBITUARY. Death lias again been busy in our midst, And dujai^ ttie past lew days tlieio liAvts been nfiness than three visitations at the hospital. The occurrence:- ate paiticularly regrettable in that two of the patients were children, the third being a foimer well known identity of the town, Lee Vin^, who had reached the lipe a;„'e of SI years. Leslie lioland Voimi;husb:ind, aued 13 years, eldest son t.f Mr and Mrs T. Youn^ liuaband, junr., of Arnold, tool; ill at his parents' lesidence on the Sth inst. His' removal to the hospital was advised, and on the 12th inst lie was brought. t'> the., institu'ion. Tin the l.'illi inst iie was operated upon for appendicitis by Drs. Der.ivin and Taylor. The operation was successful, and the lad came out of it well, but afterwarIs jji (dually lost stien^th and die/1 mi Fiiday last. Tlie deceased was i; bright, intelligent lad, and his loss came as a severe sjjoel; to his parents, who aro accorded tlie tmoere sympathy of their many friends t...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Inglewood Advertiser TUESDAY, MAY 19, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 19 May 1914

i&gktoiJ ^b&nliscr, TUESDAY, MAY J!>. J!)U. At Thursdiy's inci'ling nf tin; Koioul: SIme '"fimicil, tin? president (Or O'lirien) explained tin* action they h:id taken in tilling temporarily the position of secre tary, rendered v:n:><ul l.v lilt" death of Mr .1. H. Gray. 'J lnv had a^ieed tn'MrC. II. Gray aclinf! until the nu'i-lini; that day. llo now move.l that Mr C. H. tJray lio ap pointed «ocretary, valuer,iuul rate-collector j for ii peiiod nf six months, at u salary of i £'175 p'.'i year. The motion was seconded! by Ci . Kelly, unci cmied. The no>v oliicer j is a son nt tin* lute secietarv, unci had lieen. wn^a-ieil »s ns>isVtit!t to his lute father for a couple nf yeais. At the Police Court on Saturday morn - ! iriiX the presidins magistrates were the . Major and Mr J. C. Mtirrmv, J's.P. Or ders for the amounts cliimed were made in ihe following cise* :—K. Makepeace v. W. iiohei'tsnn, ijl Is (Hi and us e*»stk ; Water -md Kerai^ Kolltr Mil...

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POSTAL' RATES AND RECULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in counection with there rates and regulations it includes Papu[?]. Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Laland.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 22 May 1914

POSTAL' RATE8 AND R£Cl)LATt6Nl ? [WJiero tho term "The Common wealth'' is used in oounection with tiioM rates and regulations it includes Papua. Lord Howe island, nnd Norfolk I*Laiid.J LETTJ2B6. For every J ounco or fraction thereof, j For delivery wi'..iin tho Common- i . v.'cr.'jJi .. ti II I or dt.ivery m tlio British T<+- ( „ • 4 ' For delivery in lue Ti'ow H< Jjf.'-'j, Iian!>s, sui'J Torres If-Land* . ,*i 2 ' Tor delivery in otter places m LlOTJ'Kll CAJOJS. For delivery within tie Commonwarflft | Sinyie, Id. Miois; reply, Id. o*c£ For delivery in tiao British Umpire (MB* list of places aod-w "LMitn'')—i£» gle. Id. each. For delivery in New Hsbridw. Btato, and Torres leaux2a—gicgie, 24. oali. For delivery in oiter plsest— Siofb > I'ld. each. POSTCARDS, Single Postcards-impreswd with th* id. stamp, and Heply cr double card* each half of which Km the Id. itams impressed thereon, may ho tr»H«ciitt«S to places within tbo Cocnn'cnwealtii, and to those plac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 22 May 1914

Commonwealth JgfeBanfc of Hustralta HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY : M «*nk li open for all cli.us o! GENERAL BANKINQ BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Alto frt Svdney, Canberra, Adelaide, Penh, Hobart, Brisbane, ftorkhampton, Towniville, a»d Londott. Qtbl* remittance* tnade to, and draft* drawo on foreign place* direct. Foreign biUi negotiated aid oolltcttd. Letter* of credit isiued to anr part of the world. Bills ntjjo:iate<f or forwarded for ctUectfoo. Banking and Exchange Business of every description transacted witbln the Conmon wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Correct accounti opened. Interett paid oa fixed depoii«*» Alvaccea made afamit approved lecuritiei. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT * Victorian Central Offlctt 317 C0LUIN3 STREET, MELBOURNE. Bvucfett Id the abort cities and 2,000 Ag«ncioa at Post Offices throughout the Commonweal tk. Dtpoilt* from 1/. to £300. Interest at 3*. per annum. or withdrawals may be made at an/ Ji ranch or Ajcr.rr within the Com...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 22 May 1914

RAILWAY AND TRAMWAY MEN SHOULD USE MR. CHARLES ROCK, qI 42 Gladcn Street, East Brunswick, 33 years in the Mclbpurne Tramway and O.B. Companyi writes* on 2/4/12 CLEMENTS TONIC LTD, ° • "In.December, 1911> I was laid up with pleurisy, so serious the doctor consulted ianotker. For three days MY TEMPERA-. TURE WAS 104 DEGREES. MY LIFE WAS DESPAIRED OF, but through taking the doctor's advice I live to-day. He advised my wife to get CLEMENTS TONIC for me, as 'there was life in that medi cine.' When he said, 'life in Clements Tonic,' they wer<s' ihe TRUEST WORDS HE EVER UTTERED. I would lave been . in irif last resting place only for that grand medicine. Had my wife paid £40 for the bottle the would have had good value, 1 have seen a lot of testimonials about "CLEMENTS TONIC in books and papers, but what I find fault wilh is that every writer has utterly failed to give a proper value of that tnedicinti.' (Signed) CHARLES' RQCt,"n This la a remarkable letter, but then, Cl.KMUN...

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Serpentine Hospital Fete, 1914 STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE. RECEIPTS [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 22 May 1914

| Serpentine Hospital Fete, 1914 . STATKMENT OK UKOKH'TS AND Kxi;KNi).rn;iii:. To SIiire Donajioii ... £ol : 10 0, Harness • ... i ,; ' .... 22 5 0 . •Har - ;•••" ih. Jit .8 Soft- Drinks 0'" 10 2i Concert iinjl Hall-1 " 22 18 0 , Bookmakers' Fees ... 7 0 0 ' Fruit .Stall!..; ... e ],s 8J 8hw|» Guessing •••• - '•!> 0 Bazni-.r ... ■. ... .... 21) 4 11 i Kn tries ... . • 14 19 0 ! Trustees K1 ma wood Kalate S 0' j Hire of l'inno ... ;.. 0 10 0 I .Gates ... ... ...'i 21 1 o S Toy Stall « ..... • 2 10 7 F. H. lloraii .... -1. 1 o Collections-— Miaa Keilor ?,v , 11 1 0 ' Misses K; nmltM. Bissatl.,. 10 8; 0 I-- Mrs Maloney * "... ... \ 4 ,8 0 ,j ' ' ' ' '£272 16 4 j K.TI'EN'niTUItE. I By Prize Money £38 15 0 Colin Bros v 21 14 6, Bazaar (ioo'da ... 11, 0 ' 01 Harness ' 7 15 .0 Printing and'Advertising 9 13'..0 Concert.and Bnll ' 12." *'l 0 Mrs Lovell,' goods ... 10 Gladiiian Bros, goods • ... -^ -.2 ■' 8 9 O'Keil Bro«, goods 1 '2 0 Potjer Bros', fruit,..v'* ■ .'0 12 (> Tuning Piano 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 22 May 1914

Thanks. MR. and MRS. T. YOUNG H US BAND wish to tender thoir Sincere Thanks to all kind friends for sympathy, iloral tributes and letters of condolence during their recent end bereavement. Thanks. "JI/I'R. and MRS. T. YOUNGHUSBANI) i' L wish to tender their Siucere Thanks to the Doctor, Matron and Nurses at the Inglewood Hospital for their kind and unremitting attention to their son Leslie during his confinement at the hospital.' Hospital Collections. A MEETING of Collectors for the Hospital will be held at the Council Chamber on Tuesday Evening, June 2nd, at S o'clock, by which date it is requested all lists will have been completed. H. TAYSOM, Hon. Sec. to Collecting Committee. St. Augustine's Schoolroom. Wednesday, June 3rd. At 3.30 p.111 and 7.30 p.m. JUBILEE FAIR by the Girls of St. Augustine's Church in aid of the Sunday School Building Fund. Afternoon iree; evening, 6d admiisjon. Fancy work, Lollies, Lemon Tree. Evening program! short Lantern Series. Town Hair, Inglewood. Gra...

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SPORTING. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 22 May 1914

SPORTING. n« - ' ■■ FOOTLJAlili. Tho pooling; "f tl'o gate receipt's finnij association matches ivili nut. he enforced this season, Mr \V. Tatchell, association secretin y. having heyn noiilind liy the Kovon;! Vale cluli that il. Cannot now alter itsfmembership cliamo and fall into lino with tile other clubs—a stipulation which ' was made at the lecont meeting of delegate.-1. Clubs will consequently lie "on their own" in respect, to financial matters, lis formerly. All phyers intending to til:c part in tho match, Inglewood clnli v. railway employes, to ho played to-iiiiiirow, aro reijuestwl to attend at the ruuication reserve at ■ > p.m. t Tlio Bridguwater eluli will journey to Serpentine to-morrow and try conclusions with the Calivil team. Considerable interest is being taken in the match, for which a Uendigo umpire has been engaged. i Tho Tnmagulla and Inglewood second rate teams will meet at Inglewood on Wed nesday next. After the match the visitors! will be entertained at'a m...

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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 22 May 1914

GOLF. Tlip following aie the handicaps anil draw fni the Udies' handicap to lie played off l(>-ninrrinv fur tlie mesident's trf-phy. Play will commence lit 2 o'clock, and afternoon ten will lie provided liy the hdies. Miss M. llunipluey, 14, v Miss Wiggins, 10. Miss Cavunagh, 12, v Miss Donaldson, 20. I Mrs A. Jennings .scr, v Miss Cnults, 20. Miss J. Isaac, 12, v Miss Jennings, 12. Miss M. Isaac, 22, v Miss M. A. Kelly, 24. Miss M. Kelly, 22, v MissO. Humphrey, 10. Miss Tittchell, 20, v Mrs Morion-, 14. Miss Snutliey, 22, v Miss Slo.m. 24. Miss Nixon, 30, v Miss Gray, 150. Miss Burgess, .'10, v Miss 15. Ilailie, 30. Mrs Cooper, 20, v Miss Taysom, 24. Miss Kennison, ISO. v Miss Currie, HO. Miss L. Wiggins, .'SO, v Miss S. Taysom, 30. Miss Quick, 30, v Miss MoKean, 24. Miss Leigh, 30, v Mins lliilio, 24. Miss Wiight, 30. 7n the pUy-otf for the president's trophy in the gentlemen's singles W. K. Imniont defeated G. Bailey liy 12 strokes.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 22 May 1914

MEETINGS. ETC. Brldgewater North Coursing Club THE Annual Meeting will.lie held at the Mechanics' llall,. Bridj;e\vater, Monday evening,26th inst,nt 8'o'clock. , K. COLLINS; Secretary, PUBLIC NOTICES. FOll SALE;—Good useful Gig, £G 10s; Hooded UuL-tfv, £20. Apply C. KKEKMAN. ELECTRIC TRAM DRI.V1CRS wanted. Ciood opening for smart men." Per manent position i.go.od wngeH. • Write for particular!) (endows stamp for. answer). H. W. Charming, Instructor, 211 Lydiurd St., fiallnrnt. Sacred Heart Convent, Inglewood. ACOL'RSU of l!ookkeopiii(!, Short hand and Typewriting will com nience on May 20th. For terms, etc., apply at the Convent. ■ • Preliminary. Announcement. A GRAND KAIR'in aid of the Funds of the Presbyterian' Church'will 'he held in the Town . Hall, Ingiewood, on Wednesday and Tluirsdftv, 7th and 8th October, .

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WEDDING. WILLIAMS—DAVEV. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 22 May 1914

WEDDING. WILLIAMS—DAVEV. A quiet hub pretty wedding wis cele* braced at St. Paul's, Bcndigo, on Tuesday last, when Francis, third son of Mr W. Williams, of In»lewood, was. joined lu the bonds of holy matrimony to Kmily Priscilla, second daughter of Mr and Mrs Davey, of Lmgston street, Hendign. 'lhe ceremony wis performed by the Very Rev. J>ean McCullou"!), assisted by the Rev. R. P. lilennerhassett. The hiide?niaids weie the Mis-'es Sat all and Dolly Williams. Mr H. G. Williams carried out the duties of best man. After the ceremony an adjournment i was made to the residence of the hride's j parents where the wedding breakfast was I partaken of. Tina Rev. Blennerhassetfc [presided. The happy couple left by the j afternoon train for Brighton, where the honeymoon is to be spent.

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 22 May 1914

OBITUARY. The d-irtth took place nfc Biooko-street ywtenUy of Joyce, the infant daughter of Mt and Mrs I*. Nicholas, late of Market >treut, luglewond, but now of Chillin«*ollah. The child had ln»on ailing fur about three week9, and was brought to Tn^lewood on Wednesday. The cause of death was pneumonia and ^astm enteritis. The in terment will taku place this afternoon, the (ijnerrtl leaving tho residence of Mi C. foyder, Kiooke street, at I! o'clock. Pxtticulivvs of (lie entries received fur Mensrs Tliiiiil is Morrow and Co.'s monthly Stock salu, tn In." held en Thursday next, will lia found Hi Hii.itlier column. Fiuther llltilus ure invited. lfor Brnnchinl Coughs tikis ' ' y/onils' Ore.at feppennint. Oiu'e.'lc fid Nn ctiini ru'.'iudiii'i the winning tickets •'f the Ki»)it II'hii-j .li t, iinimi, Il ls been re ceived yet. by Mr J. J. llyuim, secretary ■if the committee. It k believed tint No. Cj.O.'il), tliu tirst prist* ticket, tviiicti entitles the holder to k pri'/,.! v.dued J...

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Serpentine Shire Hall. INADEQUATE ACCOMMODATION. EXTENSION ASKED FOR. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 22 May 1914

Serpentine Shire Hall. IN ADEQl'ATE ACCOMMODATION. EXTENSION ASKED FOR. . The msuflicient accommodation provided by the Serpentine shire hall mi the occasion of public elicits h is long been a vexed question with the residents of tli.it. district, and has been th» cause of a considerable amount of revenue being lost on occasions wjien charitable and other efforts have heen organised. Mo;*e particularly has thi.i been so since the increase of settlement in the district, and it is no uncommon sight when concerts, etc , are being held to see a great proportion of theaudieuce standing outside, unable to gain admission. The matter was discussed at a public meeting held at Ser pentine last week, the result of this lieing that the East Loddon .Shire Council was, at its meeting on Wednesday, approached by Mr C. K. Alhrecht. as secretaiy to the movement, and asked to .entaige the hall so as to make it nidi i' t'<ni il toitijuirements. If the request were granted the residents ivou...

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BHEOLA. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 22 May 1914

BHEOLA. (from our CORUESPONDENT.V A'; eucliro party and dunce in aid of the !00tt)*ll club was held in McPheryon's hall in Friday last, mid was a splendid success jociitly and financially. Cards weie started punctually .it 8 o'clock and carried on till 11 p.m., when a sumptuous supper was SirUken of. after which d mcini; was in ulged in till the small hours of the morn ing. The music was supplied hy Mr. Heenun (violin), and Mr. and Mrs. Wuhii (pun^i), while Mr.J. Hunt, assisted hy .Mr T. Mason, capably earned out. the duties of M C. The funds of the cluli will he suh rumiiily st lengthened hy the fuoctiun.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 22 May 1914

\Vo went to the theatre the other nialit, Jhe acting wiis <!ood, Mm imiaio'wis bright; \Yliun we weie ciuf. ii^ain.in the street, Pnwn came the ruin in u blinding sheet. I knov'tjf'it the next diijr I'd Imvu'u cold, So I nought ;i fe^iudy Ijooa'iiml nid—" A mixture I knew tt»i was cii/o unci sure,- , None other than Woods' i^opjierujiutCure.

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Approaching Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 22 May 1914

Approaching Sale. M*y 20,—Loyan stock sule.—Thomas Mot-row and Co., .tucLinnecrs. May 28.—Inglewnod^tock sale.-Thomas Morrow nnd'Co., auctioneers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 22 May 1914

•ALES BY AUCTION. Thomas Morrow & Co, AuotJ on eera, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS. Inglewood and Bendigo, 117ITH liraucties at Charlton, Wyche " proof, lioort, Login, Newstead Pytlong, Kilnore and Laucefleld. ULKD awPCLEAKINO SALES Conducted in all parts of th<; State. Loans 9(£0tiated on brand acres at low ruteB Repbese.vt :— . Dalgety and Co Limited. Peateon, Bowe, Smith and Co. T. Robinson and Co, Tropty', Ltd. -WUcher and Co, Superphosphates. Sbaep and Cattle Tmekg promptly secured and loaded. | Sales of Stock Will b» hold on the following daita WVtiHEPROO*. Toeactey, MAY 26 GdARLTON Wednesday, MAY 27 ttVAMBATOOK Thursday. MAY US DOOBT ... . Friday, MAY W Ana «*ery »u«.eedin>t iowwisHT »i mcU oi above ploeas. Inglewood Market. 1HCRSDAY. MAY £S. 'ItHOMAS MORROW aua CO. announce J. that they will hold tho.ir usual sale ••above, at their yards, on tlie abovp #M«. when thev will offer— PIGS 10 llip 2 porkers FAT SHEEP ,#0 xbred wethers 40 „ 50 merino wethers 40 xbr...

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