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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 29 May 1914

COMMERCIAL 'UNION FIRE INSURANCE CO. JPh'e Tnsitrri.nce (Houmb, Haystacks and Standing Crops) J Ave Stock and Foaling Rir.ku At Lowest States. Ageat lor Inglcwood unil District— F. H, SYMOTOS, Erooke-street, Inglewood Agent for— Mitchell & Ccrs. Agricultural Implements, . Ploughs, Drills, Harvester.-:, Iliirrows, Pine Cultivators, Reapers and Hinders, Mowers, Hay Hakes, Oil Kngines, Diaholo Cream Senarators, Milking Machines, Road Graders, Farm Hollers, Road R6llers, Lhafuiitte.rs. lloisowo'ks. Also'AGKNT FOR Mutual Life & Citizan's Life Assurance Co. MOTORS AND CYCLES, THE INGLEWOOD MOT0R GRKHGE Specialises in all classes of Engineering. Motor Electrical Mechanical. Cat's for Hire at All Hours tn the charge of competent dri Note these Special Imiatmhs : Plant is right Up-to-date. All Work undertaken and satis faction guaranteed. All Lathe Work is done on the premises at a moment's notice, thus saving patrons much de lay. Oil, Gas and Petrol Engines repaired and supp...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 29 May 1914

SpeSis Perfection in Liquor. It is a Popular Tonio. PUBLIC MOTIVES. FOli SALE.—Good useful Gig, JCG 10s; Hooded Buggv, £20. /1 > 111 v C. FREEMAN. " Electric tram drivers wanted. Good opening for smartmon. Per manent position; good wages. Write lor particulars (onelosc stamp for answer). H. W. Chaining, Instructor, 21 i Lvdiavd St., Ballarat. > ' v ■Sacred' Heart Convent, Inglewood. A COURSE of Bookkeeping, Short hand and Typewriting will com' mencc on ilay 20th. For terms, etc, apply "at the Convent. ■ BUSir SS NOTICES. Dancing ...^. \ HUA McMAIION. /PEACH HK ot Society, Ball-room Eti i quette, ot Ball, Fancy Step Dancing wishes to open a class in Inglewood. All litimcMng pupils ldndly forward names to I Miss M. Am.iiiiY. Terms, 30s per'quarter I in advance. Latest dancing taught. Advanced", pupils; Tor lesson arrange ments for private pupils attended to by Miss'Applebv. . .Classes held at Town Hall on Fridays. Dancing. MRS. G. UOWKU.S' ASS KM 111.. Y ILf> cojinneuco-at Br...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 29 May 1914

CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEES. Mi J. Gray (honorary Minister), who was seuior deputy Chaiiman of Committees for some years, has been mentioned as being likely to lill the position rendered vacant hy the dentil of Mr. Langdon. Mr Argyle, Mr Duti'us and Mr Jolly may also be,nominated. Mr Outtriin's nunc lias been mentioned, but it is considered prob able that when tlio vote is taken tho division will be on party lines. As the session promises to be only a short one, whoever secures election will lill the posi tion for only a few weeks, bub election during this farlmment is almost certain to mean election again in the next. A salary of £040 n year is attached to the Chairman ship. Tho Chairman of Committees does not draw his salary as a member of the House. \ • ii -'or the return of a mem ber foi K >■' succession to Mr Lang don <• : -<ie<i during the next couple of iv; oks. out the successful candidate will again have to face the electors when th» general e...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Death of Hon. T. Langdon. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 29 May 1914

Death of Hon. T. Langdon. The illness of Mr Thomas Lan^don, the old awl i'^loiMjn-d incnilu'i for Koroni; and GIwiii niiiii nf Cmotoil Iocs, terminal imI fatally at, an fnly hum- on Wednesday morning at 1 'Kerford Road, Albert Tnii;, dr health having hueil failing for a eon>id(.'i :o r r» d, hi? end was nov unexpected, lai!( . cu'ieless, the f-'iil tiding mini! as » dioek to ■ iv>Men;s throughout tii ■ electorate, | J in.my of v, hoiu counted tho deceased as a waiin personal fiiend, while all politicil friends and opponents aliUo esteemed him as ri man of hiyh honor and integrity. Locally expressions of re^iet weie many and siuceio, and as a nnik of respect to the deceased ^entlaman's memory the JUga at the Town Hall and Hospital—of which institution lie was a life yovornnr—wore jflowtt at halt'-uust. His connection with |thisdi>tiict dated hack many years, he (having resided in tu^tewood hoth he fore and after having imtfiwl P«ri;«_ nipnt-. Strict sit tctition to lii.s clu...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Inglewood Stock Sale. HIGH PRICES REALISED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 29 May 1914

lnglewood Stock Sale HIGH PRICES ItEALISKD. High prices generally prevaibd lhrou»h nuD Messrs Thomas Morrow and Co.'s ln»lowood i! held yesteidiy, indicating n continued keen deinnnd for otnck. The sales uridi! ivere us follow : — i'ias. - Slips l.!-i 'id, 18.< to 2."s (Id and l.'!4s (id ; porkers, £5. Shoe)!.—(Jmssliied wethers, '22* llil, 2.'J< Ci), 2:!s lid, 24s 7d to 29 s M.I, Sl)s fid mid wis Til ; cji»-,-lned owes -*'S -'■> --i- (id ; do srores, 2Js lid ; merino .vethurs, 2.'is(id, 24s to 24s 7d : lainlis, J lis Id to lfi« !)d ; meiiiio fivra and lamhs, l'.ls ; ciotslued iveanor.s l'.'n and 14s 2J, Coivs £10. bales were miu]« on lielialf of till! follow iny :—Maekin Bros., .J. Wpiul;, U. (jilmmv, w. A. liissott, John hloiin and Sons, A. Nicholas, W. Kelly, I. Kelly, M. Shanahan, G Graham, T. AIoise.'A. fKmil ton, ]•;. K. Wilson, 11. liiini:. j

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Bridgewater. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 29 May 1914

Bridgewater. (I'lom our Correspondent.) Tli'o luinuiil meeting of the Bridnownter North Goiiisim; Club was hold nfc the Me chanics'Institute on-Monday evenius, i there • li«in|» • a. fuir Attendance. Mr. V*. I P:ich'olli wns nppointod to tho chair. After 'same discussion it whs decidod llmt 'the cluh7 ro-fiirm, -and the following'. official* •vero.Vappointed: . President, Mr. .V. Pachollivice - presidents, Messrs. W. Tatchell," sotnv, .1. .r.'iBmbuiy,. D. Scott, P. ijtanistrect and W;; Wiiyht j ■ lion: sue ratur'y, R. Collins; slippuis, U. O'lirien and T. Julius ; committee, J. MelJoumll, W. 1'tns*. t<\ junr., 0. Gihhoii, .1. ami l'\ llielihain, N. liissett; D. O'Uiien, A. Will.-ili, A. .Sehnlos, R. Slavin, T. Johns, TC. LaRnuho, K. Perks, F. Collins ; trims' liter, S. 0. Cihhnn ; representative N.C.O., Clins. Wrisjlifc. It was decided that the liist meet, for an unlimited nuin lio»" rif ito'j*, he held on June I7lh mi Mr J. 11. Wriuhi's and adjoining puipei'tius, liiuiii...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 29 May 1914

CJMAiWEKlAJW'S iJS'u'n IAIil.ilJ

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Murphy's Creak: [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 29 May 1914

Murphy's Creak: • y r^:.: 1) • (From Our Correspondent-.) ■ .*■ A patriotic demonstration tonic place at. tlio ln;il schoolon Kmpiru Day, tin: event passing oil'moit successfully.: -Dining, the iilnrniii!!'session the. ceremony of saluting tiie tl-iii was carried cut, ..and-.at 2.150. p. in. there was a large n&thuriii!; "E parents niul friends to ivil.hess.the display niven by. the children. The following proijrMininc was carried out.:—Soil/, "'J'luicfi 11 til • Happy D.\y," ;schol us; reading, "Why we keep Kuipirc Dnyon 24th May," Hannah Gra ham ; recitation, "The Union .Jack," How ard Lumims; recitation, "My Country," Leslie Smith ; duet and chorus, "God ISles.-: t.lio Prince of Wales," Agyie Graham and IWarySmith ; recitation, "Hon- Shall 1 Serve my Country V Eddie Silke ; song, "Stir-crossed Flay of Australi i," scholars ; recitation and chorus, "The Flajf," Stun. Mitchell.; flai; drill, scholais;' maypole, scholars. The children also hoisted and cilnf-.ixl tlin fI;i" n...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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SPORTING. FOOTBALL. TARNAGULLA V. INGLEWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 29 May 1914

SPORTING. ' 0 FOOTnALIi. TAliXAGULliA V. [NGL1',\Y0()I). The thinl incelini; "f Ilie uhnve W qdnes ilny tennis. winch took pi ice -it Tn^lewund tm Wednesday, \i-7is pnidiictive of n highly inteiestim: encounter, wliicli was finally decided l>v wn points only. Tl|e football pl.iyed was t>y far tin) lienti shown fur the sens-oil, llii! Iienelitof prautice I" theyonng pluyi'rs Ihmiiu m mifested. Tim In»lewood team w is fully represented, 1 -lit Tiinm^iill'i Imil ti> avail themselves of tlm-e "snlis." to till up their runts. Tani.ipilK IcietiiiL' with the wind, tool; command on the liounce, unil speedily hud the home pincers on llie defensive. Wil liamson mid ilidnell forwarded, lint Wilt tins relieved. WillmiisonUnd I'oy Whiinpey sunt down ami Ki\ett .-ntippud, hut linatdw nml Mii.nny sent ele ir, and Kulii'i ts, Dunn mid IlnHj- fin warded. Coti'ey sent. . ri-llit to yn:»l, luit Sheldon di-fended in jjmid style. i,'erc!ii mhI 1* itzuemlii imiihi for wunlcd fin Tnvn I'^ull'i nm...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Bet Bet Shire Council. MONTH MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 29 May 1914

Bet Bet Shire Council. MONTH IA M14KT1NG. Th0 niotit.lily nicol.iny hold nfc I,ha ci Hull. "Diif ^Uj", on W odiK-scUy. Pm b , ; (.Jjs. Uit'.':; in (pi'osicli-il), W.:i, Sf.V, i»v.--.vn, I'lii* ••>, t\ Uii«i). A11'-ii>"1v.-is i\ [jL-'is'i-u from <>! ,!.;iiiu-t-t ' i our: .iriiN'.n'.Ni r:. , ] >,'• -n M' *'ici A.-sncuiion, with copy. f . ,l' , iiiii'Mii I.; responsibilities withj i* I.. iroitlunUl «nil»l«yu9 under tlioj r. i!,„ V (' iiiiueii-'iiHiiM Act, ;ir.tl stin.inf;. .Vr'^mli ..ui.donL contractors only ivuioj HoW f'"' " ln,'ntl1 C From ^>1,Uc W'nliH Dul»"l"iont, "P-i r „f Mieciliciitions for works under j)ovor.intcnt grjnt, nnd Ms,, repairs to Lnl-I L', biidpo.—Jlocuivea. | From S»to Forests Depiirn.cnt, ro application for permission to clear scrub, f • I -r etc., from entailment urea of lieuli- 5 "in ...The department could not? 1I-IIU3CI upend its own money, hut if thu council dated tlio amount, allotted it would he glad to supervise..—Or. Daniel e...

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NORTH-WESTERN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 29 May 1914

. -NOKTil-WESTERN ASSOGIATION v , ' -v-. ; 3 ■. ' I At n niecting held /i&Mysia on Thursday,' 2l«t • inst, it*wai"lecidi;tt to ' io form t-liii IGUdstoue N. «v. Footlmll Association for 1914, on almost tlio saint! linen as in 191:1. The association will consist of tile Alysia, | Uoiun),', WyeliiU'll i and liuckralianyiile leanis. Wycliitella wis not lepiL'Sonted at tint mectioir, l»ut had,-intimated their dc sire of unteiing, so thVdiaw was arranged including that team. Mr. Fallon was appointed president, Mr. Latta vice-presi dent, and Mr. AI f. Jennings sucrstaiy. A plensin«r chnri^e introduced thin year is tli/it the runner**up will have the ri^ht to cliulleiH.'H the minor pmnieis, who, if then defeated, have lite n^hb to dtimand a <iianct linal to lie played on a neutral ground. The tiist nintcli is due on the OlIi June, when WyehitclU will l>o at Immu to Uuckvalnn yule, and Mysia tiavcl io Boiuni:. Our Kheok co:it'spnmlonb writes : — A foolJull niiiteh took...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 29 May 1914

For Rrnnchiiil CnuyliB take v/oada' Great Pepporwiut Cure, Is 6d

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KORONG DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 29 May 1914

KOUONiI DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. Tin1 following are the rules adopted for tin' present season : - 1. Thai the Association he called the Korong District Central Football Associa tion. 2. That the Association adopt the Vic torian Football League rules, r.ud also become alliliated with the League. I). That the entrance fee for all cluhg joining llie Association be f.l lo, also that tlie sum of £1 la. lie lodged as a deposit l'or umpires, and that all sums be paid to the secretary of the association on or be fore i!8rd May; the club secretaries to register players on or before' the 2:1 rd May, with power to add tip to the end of the 2nd round according to draw,and not alter. 4. That, in the event, of any club not keeping its appointment, without giving three clear days' notice to the opposing club, they forfeit the cost of umpires ap pointed, also the match. That the radius of each club be not more than ]2 miles from its playing ground K. That four rounds be played by each club. 7. That ev...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Approaching Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 29 May 1914

Approaching Sale. -Inni! .1 -— Special >alu of 7,000 .sheep and .*0.) Iic.id nf e ittlo at Kddington.—Alf, „ l'j. »» ullis and Co. un;l U'illeradorf and 1'in lies, auctioneers in conjunction. .Turn; Loijun stock sale.—Thomas Aim row and Co., auctioneers. .Jlint; 2i).— [ngluwnodstock salc.-ThoniaS .Morrow and Co., auctioneers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 29 May 1914

•ALES BY AUCTION. ' Thomas Morrow & Co, Auctioneers. I STOCK A Nil STATION AG K NTS. Isglewood and Beniligo, WfkJ1TH BranrhcH at Charlto n, NVychc; ▼ » pKo(, llcnirl, Logan, J5e*Btcad PyaUms, Kilmore and Lr.ncefleM. - 5 LAJJI) sad CLKAliING SALES 1 Conducted in.flll parts of tit's State. I.ouna negotiated on broad ccrcs at low rates Kkpskskxt :— jj Jlalgety and Co Limited, | Pearson, Kowc, Smith and Co. • 1 T. Robinson mid Co, Propty, Ltd. i Wiecher and Co, Superphosphates. 1 ■Sheep aud Cattle Trucks promptly seourcd and loaded. / Sales cf Stock i Will ba held on the tollowiiu daita:- j WYOHEPROO*. Taeidny, JUNK ii CHARLTON Wednesday, JUNK 10 QUAMI1ATOOK Thursday. JUN1C 11 BOORT Friday, .1 USB 12 And every eucceuding Yortnight at I each of above places. I Inglewood Market 1HUHSDAY. JUNE 25. WHOM AS MORROW and CO. aumiums I. that tlicy will hold their usual sale 11 above, at their yards, on the above iato. when thev will bffer— Sheep, Cattle, &c. Logan Stock Sale TUES...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 29 May 1914

Advertise Your District! — o TO Al.I' WHWI IT MAY CONOBKN. ijvoii wifli your district lei gain prom inent (1" II0'' lllu '"'"""'edge <>f tol lmpi'L'i'iiiKK to yourself. Jf you wish •ents i" which you !.!'.• into oateil lo be ' public, just '"'op a line to "The Advertiser" otlico in time to allow of ,ir>n.-,.|ii(!iits Ijfins m.'ule 'or n reporter jiioni), or, failing that, try your own kind at reporting. J)ou't bother lo any. Mt extent ubont the composition of Jrticlcs; just write fully awl clearly—tlie utilor will <lo the rest." N'Pjliliii;.'?. death's, accidents, concerts, •ports, Hociiil yiutieringa and personal B»ra«rn!>I)R «rt! -interest-to your Jeicliliorf, avl ' y drav'ni,- p:il>l:i: at'jn tion to '-or. 't y..a ,1 a go'Al itur'i. i ;| ;t .ii'-er v .iso-i fo" tli' ro'-.iim'trr !j!,t.iv fr i' V.ln'-.e, • nor',.n".L«ly, | «'■ r.irv.ui' w no*- or <•!' J.-:.ow!r,{ vJmu js I >jpp- '>!»" i:i # » Hr t \ od i»v thh ^ni-niil t'Ut ii'&am...

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The Inglewood Advertiser. FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 29 May 1914

FRIDAY, MAY 2!l. 1014. Excellent progress lna been made with] the erection of the new Stute S-ivin*;.*! D:ink« Brooke-street. The wmk of re moving vhe tittinjjs from the prudent otlice in Verdon-stroet is being proceeded with, innd bn>ines*; will be commenced in the new premises either to-morrow »uht or Monday. Mr J. 1'. Sutherland, iiuuiugor, has neeived notice of his transference to Koot>crav, -toil will b<» tclii'.ved <«n .Junefith. Mr D. 1». K«»ss, of lVndigo, has been :«p pointed to succeed him. The members of St. Augustine's Young Men's Club will give a ladies* night in the schoolroom this evening, »t S o'clock. Mountcd-consUble Cahill, of the depot, Melbourne, has been appointed to the Inglewt • 1 ,-t'ition in .succession toMounted constahlo Bird, wliu w is transfcri ed some four weeks ago to Rainbow. Tho death took place at th4* hospital on Tuesday of George Andrew Cook, aged j 2<> years, a resident of Wedderbum. 'i'he I deceased was...

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Church Notices. ANGLICAN. SUNDAY, MAY 31st. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 29 May 1914

Church Notices. ANGLICAN. SUNDAY, MAY 31st. Inplewoml— 11 l!.III., Mill t i!13. 7 p in., KvcnsuiiK. 1 ' Knrlinjr— 2 p.m., Kveiis.mg' . . .. Bridgcwatdr— :>.45 p.m., Evc-nsong All services by Mr. Walter Walters, Koroiig Vale— 31 a.m., II.C. 7 p.m., Kvensong. Powlett - 3 p.m., Evensong, All services by t lie Vicar.

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Janiember East. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 29 May 1914

Janfember East. (I'llOM OUIl CORKKSl'O.NDKNT.) ' tti ^ J ^'tiu.uuu :»C 11115 jockl •Sute sdir.ni I''i iilay. The children Ht> tended sclioul us umi«I in the morning, and in the afternoon, when parents and friends wt'ie present, r>iees mid various other aumes were indulged in. Prizes were di*ttlimtttrl lo all ilie school children, and ttvru much nppieci .u-il. After tlio sports te.i p:iri,lk,.„ nf, whieli whs followed >>>• 11 il ince in the .Mechanics' Hull.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 29 May 1914

Win* ACID .STOMACHS ARE UANGliROUS. •Scientific reports, MayAcul in the stomach h d ingerous and frequently fatal, heeansb acid from its corrosive nature has a natural tendency to destroy the mucous lining of the stomach itself. No ona in tentionally sivallows hydrochloric acid, hut ■ it is often'pi esent in targe quantities as the result of food fei mentation in tho stomach, resulting from the chemical action which follows the eating of the daintiest and. most tasty foods or the . indulgence in any form of alcoholic stimulant!-*, including heer, wine, liquors, "etc. This fermentation c\uses pain, uneasiness and discomfort lie cause of the acid which burns like a red-hot iron, and the formation of gas which dis tends the stomach, causing shortness of bieatli aiid palpitation of the heart. Tin trouble lining entirely due to the unnatu ral condition of stomanh contents, and not in any w.-jy fo the fault of the stomach it self, physicians have adopted with mar vellous success the plan ...

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