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Railway Works at Korong Vale [?]VEMENTS PROGRESSING SATISFACTORILY. MOST COMMODIOUS YARDS OUT OF MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 May 1914

! ttaliWi#' Wftrite at Koi'btig j • Vaie : •! i-ivWVUMKNTS PUOGRKSSIKO j : S A 'I' I .S K A C'J.'01511 j V. '.MOST C'O.MAIODIOL'S V,\I!DS C)IT()K j • MKLI'.Ul'HNK I Tin! now woiknal the Knio»« VuIh mil way ^Ution are being pushed along as rapidly as possible, mid good progress is boitifr mndu witii the extensive yni'tls, which will he thti most up-to-date in any country centre, with the view of ailording wide facilities fur the handling of Uio ever ex panding trallic of the two branch linos— ono running to Sea Lake through Charlton and Wyehuproof, and the other to Manun gntung via (Juambatook and Ultima—hoth j lines siiiviny 200 miles (if veiy productive L country. Tliu expenditure (in the works | will involve a sum of £■10,000, so mi ade quate icle.-i may lie gained of tile vast I impiovemenls. | The scheme ivas commenced in July Inst, j and a steady late of progress has hcen j m-iiitiiiied th>mahout. A considerable jHicioi' hi:><! wis acijuirod to extend the lyard...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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SPORTING. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 May 1914

SPORTINU. 0 FOOTBALL. Tlie TarnainiUa and Inglewonl Wed nesday tennis will meet on the local ground to-morrow.. In the evening the visitors will hi; entertained at a social at the Koval Hotel. The match arranged I'll' Saturday be tween tlie inale'.vood club and the railway employes was a dismal failure as far as the elub was concerned. The navvies turned up promptly in «;»od strength, lull the club's representation was confined to one senior player only. This lack oi in terest does not augur very favorably for tlie form that will be .displayed on Satur day next, when association matches start. The best was made of a bad job. how ever, and sides were picked and an hour's play indulged in. Very good form was displayed by several of the railway men, who are likely to be anions the wearers of the blue and white on .Saturday next. That the Biidwwater club is in {rood! heart for the coming season is evidence:! | bv the fact that on Saturday 1" players! undertook the long trip out to Serpe...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 May 1914

WnmU'GivU. l\ppi*vminl Omw's the tiling. Its praises I shall always fint; ; I've pioved its vvuvth lull invtiyi time* And that is why I M iinu thi.; 1 hymo. Coughs ami colds, and the. vanous ilU That aviso fiou» full; owiiu'icLinji chilli* One and nil at its iho taky flight, God b o Ujo ,dii tliut l'w'v light.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 May 1914

GOLF. A Indies' singles handicap for ;a trophy donated by the president (Mr J; C. Mor row) was' played off-:an '.Saturday and was won by Mi?s Oiivnimyh. Ml'." A. Jbnninijs (81; secured the.best score cifl- the .stick, i Aitcrnooii ten was prov Results:— ded by the Indies, i Gross. ' Ildp. Net. Miss Oavanagli.:. .. !H 12 . 7!l Mrs'A. Jennings ... ■ .. 81 scr., ' 81 Miss M. Tlumphrcj' .. IMS J4 S2 Miss Quick ... - .. 112 • :to 82 Miss I31U1C' ...* ^ .. SIP. 12 St 'Mis J. 0. Morrow .. !)'.) ' H 85 Miss Jennings ... : .. 100 12 MS Miss tiiay . ... .. 120 3D «.m Mi«s 13. Biiliu .. .. "120 :;d . 1)0 Miss liursiess' ...^ .. 120 :«i 110 Miss McKean ... := .. 115 2+ ill Miss M. Tshhc ... .. 122 - 22 1(10 Miss J. .Sim. 11 ... liH 24 1(11 •Miss G. Tatuliell • .. 12S 20 102 Miss DnnaMon... .. 12+ 20 KH Miss L'outts .. 127' . 2D 107

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Kingower. MUTUAL BENEFIT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 May 1914

Kingcwer. i\!UTUAT/iJENKFIT CLUB.' . A r corre.-pondo.it write# 'I ho npon <•, in« . ,«fi- t!iu\ Kmgmver Mutual lieuehb Club. . took place cm Tiluii. day evening last, when there were some 30 ilium lines present: The club, . which is being run liy .1 Mib-coniinittee of live of the ieitdin<> residents of tli>; di.-trict—Messrs A. Tin"' (president). Q. Peverill (lion, secre tary), C. TI. 0:lmoic, \Y. Cook and ■ T. Nelson—is to hold its meetings weekly -.in tlio school libitiry institute, :iinl the purpose of hnn«iiig the people nf the di> tt lei (both young old) toother, so that i litiy might, .spend the long winter evenings pleasantly and pwlit'ilily. ' The evenings will lie* tilledm by playing such games as chess, diaughts, cauls, liido; etc.,■and after the clnli has become Inmly established iL intends holding debates on, the lending i subjects of the day, mock hiinrjuets and other things, which, .MrGilmoreromaiked, i in ihe comse of 11 very -ible spee...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 May 1914

LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. 1, Subscribers who do not pivo e: pross not ice to the contrary nro considerod u wishing to Contimoe their subscrip tion. •/. If subscribers order tho discont inuance i. \ tlieiv periodicals, tba publisher may continue to so:ul thom mtil Ai:i:kai!S are paid. 3. If subscribers rof jse or m:p!oet to take periodical;! from tbo fflU-o to which they are directed, they are P,iwi'i>* aufi.H Iclii vhey have settled thoir bills, and ordared the periodicals to be din ooctinuod. 4. If .mbscribers remove to other placer, without informing the publUhorn, ind tbo papers are sent to their forii.c: direction, ihe subscribers ara responsible, 5. The courts have decided thai "refusing to ta!;c periodicals from ths office or removing or leaving tiiein un called for is prima facia eviden™ of in tentional F'iiauo. 6. If subscribers pay in s.ivan'.- for a periodical, they are bound to eiv® SOUCE to the publisher, at the end oj {ho time, that they do not wish to con tinue ta...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertise Your District! TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 May 1914

Advertise Your District! TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. If you wish your district to gain prom inence, do not kcwa the knowlcdgo oi • locnl happenings to yourself.* If you wish events in which you are interested to be made public, just uiop a liucto"Tlio Advertiser" office in time to allow of arrangements being made for a reporter to attend, or, failing that, try your own linnd at reporting. Don't bother to any ureal extent about the composition of articles; just write fully and clearly—the editor will dor the rest. Wedding", dcaflrs, neeidents, concerts. pportp. Foeiiil l,i-'riu;:u and personal pcriiL-injihr, art' !I of inten v„ to your r.(;i"iibor.-:, ami by chawing ].1, 1>1 ic aUen 10 your ilihtrir! you at,; doi::g a good v.urk. That (b'.'i'e i-: reason for this reminder ia not ■.ni- fault. 'A'c have, unfortunately, no ltnri ' Uli'U.s power of knowing what'is hnpM'M'ng in .'i-l the area .served by this jo-irhul, but:ire desirous, with your co operr.tiou, of lessening our limitati...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Inglewood Advertiser. TUESDAY, MAY 26, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 May 1914

iij0tefo0flb TUHSUAY, MAY 20, l'.llt. At the vuiiuM chinches on Snlid-iv even- fj ins spcci-.l refoiouce- snit-ihh' to j'impiie j Sund-iy verts i»;tdi»T ami tho National An-! them was At JSt". Augustine's J Qhmch the nuinluMod 2ltf), j this inclutlinu full leDiesentanr.ns of thoj Borough Bind, lun» I'.riiz uie and A.O.f. j Lod«c. An enjnViihU? discourse wis dn-v liveml l«y the Kuv. C. A. Grant, and thej "Gloiin" H'.Jtliytn w.-i-i snui: hy the choir.; Selections won.1 play.-d hy the li*nd dntin^j the ntfertory and it t:iu cunuluMun of tlu'j [service. ! Master A. McKinii'.w who is employed! in Mr A. W. Kochestcr's motor y.ua«i\ hull a fmtunnte escape fintn sei inns injury onj Saturday livening when enured in testing; the ^cueKit'ir of a motor car Ktnp. Vlej was bunding over the lunp when it vx-1 ploded, the lliMH's l>»r>tini( up inti hi*i fice. His ii</.ht eyehioA* hiuI cvel;ishe-| were burnt oil', but luckily the eye itself] was not ati'ecfced. \ At n meeting of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 May 1914

k*.L.ES BY AUCTION. Thomas Morrow & Co, Auctioijieers, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS. Ingle'wood and Bendigo, U71TH Brandies at Charlton, Wyche ▼ ▼ ' proof, .Boort, Logan, Nevjotead Py*locig, Kilincrn and I.ancefield. ' LAUD ud CLEARING SALES Conducted in »U parts of tlv; State. Loaus negotiated on broad acres at low rates itEPaiiSBNT :— Pslgety and Co Limited. Pearson, Kuwe, Smith and Co. T. Kobineon and Co, Proptv, Ltd. Wischer and Co, Superphosphates. Sheep anil Cattle Trucks promptly sectirc-d and loaded. Sales of Stock wut be hM on the follcu inj datta WYCHEPBOO*. Tuesday, MAY 2fi CdABLTON Wednesday, MAY !27 ttUAMBATUOK Thursday, MAY L'S MOST ... Friday, .MAY 2<J And every succeeding Fobxmght at each of above places. lnglewood Market. 1HUKSDAY. MAY 2S. THOMAS MORROW ana CO. announce that they will hold their usual sale U above, at their yards, on the above late, when they will offer— PIGS " 10 Blips 2 porkers ^ • FAT SHEEP SO xbred wethers 40 „ 50 merino wethers 4...

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Bridgewater North. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 May 1914

] BrldgeWater North. (I'JIOM OUU COURKSrONDBNT.) j Empire Day was celebrated hero (in Kii Jday, when the c' /iWI ruti assembled at I lit: »school at tlnviiMial time and wot u suitably raddrcs^vd i,y tin; te u'.liei (Miss Saiusbmy) j mid Oicli pre?; ntH with a ll-itr. An ad j<'iini»iuiit »as then made In "Mulw mie," Uie tesi<; ncc (if Sir Wii»lir, cm tlm Ij-'uiis hi tlic ijfutiloii River. it proved one n| tlic rnn-t, enjoyable e\ent> eier held i:i connection with tile fell"ol. Visitors wcro p '.'sdii' fir in Mellinmin1, Lionel)i;o, Lnuk .(i"d, Bridiu'wiitiT and the suri'inindinq districts. The hcml tencliev worked hard t.lii'iiiyliont, mid ivns ably assisted by the school conmiittee. An impressive address was given liy .Mr 0. Rnnting at tea-time to the childien. Mr NVriglit thanked the teacher for the manner in which she had trained the children and for the interest taken in them. Mr R. Collins then moved a hearty vole of thanks to Mr and Mrs Wright for tliu ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Arnold West. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 May 1914

Ai'iiiiid Wekfc A, correspondent writes froiii Arnold West, Ihf new ponlal iviinu bestowed upon •Simpson's Creek, us follows:—-Am.rid \\ us, is becoming a placo of interest. The lioyul j Mail run ti.> and from Arnold ilim; times a I week, and jml»iny iiy the new house in omuso of erection on Dili! -1if llio lead i ml; lat ins <1 "tin kettiiny" will 1)6 an uvc.nl of tlm near future. (.in the,.banks of lire ; K.iiifiilera ir the yrass is making "nod 'niowtli after llio lone dry spoil, ivnd Umh | i»K is i" pni'-irui-s. Stray dogs wandering j at ni»lil ai'u causing much annoyance l.o( {owners of sliuup, and are tliu cause of con-; jsiderablu losses lieini; experienced. Tins lis in uonseipurnce of people keoping moro 'dons tlian r.lrey can alford to keep, arid tliu ? glaziers nru sulTuring in conset]licnco. !

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Bulk Handling of Wheat. GREAT ECONOMIC ADVANTAGES. "GOVERNMENT MUST MOVE." [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 May 1914

Bulk Handling of Wheat. gkk.\t ECONOMIC advantages. i "(ioVKRN.mknt ml'.st move." Tim! the <|tiusti<in nf the hulk handling I nf jjiuin iiiiir-t, liu 4r:iji|)lrii with very soou j if wliu.it vtro-.vinu is t<> expincl us it should do in Awstrilia is !hu belief nf Mr G. W. Walker, mm of the partners of Messrs) Linciley, Walker and Co., "mill brokers and uxpiii I. agents, «>f Sydney ami Melbourne. .Mi Walker has given the matter much consideration in recent years. He is recog. nised its one of tin; foremost advocates of hulk handling, and us a iiusir.ess mini, deeply interested in the wheat trade, lie, perhaps, knmvs nunc about i he subject tluu any other man in Aiistialia. "I liave collected information with regard to the liulk handling of wheat, from the I "ntted States, Canada, the Argentine, Russia and India, olit lining it at first hand from men who were tlioi oughly conversant with the methods of the inland transport of wheat," stid Mi Walke...

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Bridgewater. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 May 1914

: * Bridge water. ^From our Con-esspondont*; I Tlio ISnipii'u Day celebrations in connec tion .with the 'local State-schoi'l evoked considerable interest umunusb all mVmibers of tint twV/iship. Preparation* u-utv j'ully completed the evening before, and :is tlie niovnina broke line and promising evnvy tiling augured well for a successful oufcitig. In the moriiing children assembled ns usual at the. school, and ivent through various suitable; exercises. They were , also addressed by the Rei'.C. A. Giant, who takes a great interest in tliusn annual •jatherinys. Tlie rev. yentleiiiiui also i attended at. tho park (luring tlie limited time »t his disposal, his kindly interest beinn appn;ci-i'.ed by nil. I'lieehildren marched to thejj.uk under the cnimuaiid of Mr. Webster, bead teacher, and found til'their llel'.uhb thai, till- l*rliea had p'.epwml 'un excellent ropsst: f«r them. Alter dniiin CiiU justice to the good t.hiiiys provided, tin, .voun^sters wer - ro«3v and '•ices, etc. WiUini...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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How Agriculturalists Arrange for Country Telephone Service. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 May 1914

How Agriculturalists Arrange for Country Telephone Service. (By C. 10. II.) Whenever an agricultural district resident lias decided to instal telephone service, the arranging for obtaining telephone service is nut quite us simple a matter as might lie desired. In fact it tins frequently liuen the experience of cuuntry lesidents generally throughout Australia, th:it applications to the Postmaster-General's Department, mm t'lko ;uiytJ)ii>ir np In six or twelve months, nn(l in some eases longer, before the ap plications for such telephone service have risached tile final stages necessary before the work may he taken in hand to erect the lines required. GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS. Unfortunately, the regulations in con ncction with the Postmaster-General's De pHi'tinent are somewhat involved. 'J'l.i cannot he consideied the fault of the drafts men who framed these regulations, bur it is primarily because of the f ict t'11'- the circumstances in connection with country telephone services a...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Empire Day Celebrations. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 May 1914

tteltSbi4afcidus. • . , Injjlewond was en foto nn Vriday Inst in connection with tin- Empire Day celubra t.inn, which passed (id in a thoroughly satis factory and eiijiiydljlti manner. A tiulilic holiday iviis- observed tlm>u<<hi;nt the bo>oU!{h, nnd liiintini! wns displayed over tlio public nml other buildings. At tint Suite school 1 ho programme set nut liy I,lie Kdnc.ition Department whs eariied nut, roilmviin: which tlio children were massed under 11 liberal display of bunting in tlio reli'iol yard—an improvement on previous years, when tliey wi-ve cnnlined l.o ditferent class r.nnms—where they sainted t'.ia fli»|{ nnd suik patriotic son^s. .Suitnblu ad dresses weru delivered by Or. Hum (rep resenting the Mayor (C'r. Ansett), nnd the iJevs. Ash, Ditterieh and Rennison. Aftor this tliu children dispersed, but met later in tlio Kecreatiim lieservo, when a line afternoon's sport was provided them. Ke freshincnts were provided in plenty, nnd with unmes an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 May 1914

SECRET OF CLKOPATRA'S WOXPER FUJi HAIR. Discovered lib last in .an old. musty liouk. Produces startlim; growth of new Inii oo mail's Iiead after ten years of haldneos. In i'x:»iiiiniiiH some of the" old musty bonks in Diitf (if the Itnli'iu museums of an tiquities, mi American traveller noticed ill Latin the words, "To prow beautiful hair." A closer inspection revealed an old hair formula.which Cleopatra used and to which she owed her wonderfully lieuutiful, Ions, thick, heavy hair, which had much to d» with her heins regarded as the most beauti ful; woman ill the world. Curiosity led tho traveller to copy it, mid he ^ave it to :i friend who had been bald for' ten years. After some dilliculty the friend «ot the formula made up with some" slight uioJi/i cations by a chemist. ami after usin^ it six weeks his IiumI beemn- entirely ooverod with a startlim.; urowtli of new hair. This «o impressed Iiim that he siavo the formula to several medical journils and nmvs papers, and is was exten...

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Approaching Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 May 1914

Approaching Sale. May 20.—Jjojjim stock 1 honrw1 .. Mm row nml'Cn .auctioneer*. I Mny 2S.—Tiigleivoodstock .-aio.-Thiimm I .Miinoiv mid Co., nuctioneei-i I

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Serpentine. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 May 1914

Serpentine. Km pire thy ivas duly ubsc-ived locally on' Friday, tin; L'riion .Jacl; lieinsj hoisted »l. the shire hall. Pioceeclin;;s commenced liy • president (L'r Bisseit) i.tnl secretary ■ • r U. JO. Alhreeht) iif tin; 10tr-L Loriituii •iiire, tliii u 11ail'nt.ln of this school commit tee and the lisv. Harry Lewis a->.si>iniiliim at '.he school, v.heie tins oidinuy duties wore just ahout tinishcd. Mr ItissutL :on siratulated the children on the amusements tint, .were prepaied for them, and drew their attention to the advantages they had in the way of education over those that lie had litd when a liny, lie hoped limb they would make the best use of them, and nlso Ime a hippy day. ! Mr Allneclit addressed the children of the first class first, pointing out, the purport of ilioir earliest studies, that they would he able to read for l.hemselvei) ".Sinhad, the Sailor" and "Cinderella," hut that for the present they should liu attentive to the. in n;ruction of their teacher. Tur...

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MEMSIE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 26 May 1914

MEMSIE. \ picnic was lu;M on Friday at; the Stile school ti» fittingly celebrate Kmpiio j) ty. J tie ohildreti and parents entered into the spirit of th« movement with vi"or. The programme, us outlined l»y tlie Kduca*. lion UepntmeMf, ivn* carried o«t in the. morning, under thy direction of the re lieving teacher, Mi*sCory. A htr^u fiutned picture of the opening of the iir.se Federal Parliament was presented.to the school by Mr. John .J. Neshit, on belmlf of the school committee and paients. In thu afternoon | races and ynmuH were indulged in, much to the delight of the childreu.

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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS. [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with there rates and regulations it includes Papers Lord Howo Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 29 May 1914

postal rateo amd rgculatumh r? . jgy [\\ hero lho tonn "Tho CouutvM ivoalt.li" is used in connection with iltaa* rates ••m<! K'Kiik'tkran-it includos lY.ptuu Lorii ] Iowo iKlftnd, mid Norfolk Island j l/ETTIfl&K. Vor everj i ouja> or fraction thcroof, | l'or (Iac A'.r.f: tlio Gotvncou- | va.K! .. _ 0 II For <Mn ,/ iii tko liritinU Km- | pir« 0 I ! For deli wy in tho K<uV li/' < _ Jiaj-ikr., ..ml Torres I»ltnda • For <3cn'r«'j in <5i<v9r yirvwa , ',/# mj l/E'lTZJS CAM®. For delivery Trit&n tbn Coaim®nxffjaH^j Single, id. ciisa; M. otxjx htft For tlolirc.rr rn iSya Jpcit&i ikupai# ta| Jist of i(lIMS ''Lsritcca")—(£. cle, 1<I. oi'sh. For «eliv«ry ia JJap EairKjsi, BsnJhe, A«i Torroa 2d. Fw delirer* ia oKfcar — Bioele. 2; <1. c*ch. P08T CA££3. Single i'octosrdo tfc* Id. tump, *n< Itajiy is fyvSPi* each Jw}f of )>&d fc&6 Id. improicac...

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