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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 29 May 1914

MINING. At I III! Aim,Id msli a miiulvr >.f ehiin. loklois .i.n sinking, un.l several will l>y tins I'lid nf tin* week. Till. pi.SI,e<•tors. .Messrs Angus llnis., eontiime (in tin; k'id tile viiltie ,,f tin. wm-Ii l;L.inL! i s-tini'ite,! :ii nl,nut un (iiinei' li) 11,„ t.mil. lim inj, i„ ,|1(. il.u.per uinun.t is lo |R. eomluctud l,y .Ml -Mi.xljtKl, nf IWi<),.„. ' ()Ai,unpidlitiiljlo results bei.it; „|, tuned tlie Wok-nine syndicate Imve nu peniled f,jjei;itinns nt tlmt mine. Another yj1-1 " 11,9 1)L'un fui'nifid to work the blnccr mine.

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

POWLETT. (From iw Correspondent.) ■•^.Tho .monthly, liiootinit'ijf'the Stuto School Coiimiitteu was held on Wednesday eveiiin", when there' were present .-—Messrs Kelly (president), A. Grei», J. Duule.i! J. Sloan and Ii. Irving (colrespondent). It was decided that- th'i uiinmil Arbor Day celebration lie held on Fiiday, June J2th, instead of tile 5ih, the reason for this de paituie being that the latter date would be the more suitable on account of the fanners linishing cropping by then. Tlu eyenc njll take tile forin of a picnic for t'lu clplrtien, with races and .other outdo u sports, and a fireworks display in the evening, the whole being "wound up" with a free social in the schoolroom. A heaity vvelcomuj is extended by the to all desnin» to attend the picnic or social It was also decided thata chihlr.mi's concert he held duiing the mouth of Julv

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

CALIVIL. (From our Correspondont.; Empire Day was colubiated :it Calivil on the 22nd inst. with unabated enthusiasm, characteristic of the holding of similar gatherings in the past. As 12.-15 p.m. the sellout children saluted the flit: at the South Calivil school, and a-ldresses were •liven by Crs. McCrea and iMahonoy. Proceedings ended by the children sinking the National Anthem. At 2 p.m. a larga assemblage of children, parents and fiioudii gathered at the recreation ground, adjacent to the Calivil Hall, where.an enjoyable picnic was held. l>acs>s for the childreu were lirst run, and as fast as one b itallion of i limited aye reached tHo winning post, another i;rade w.-.s in the starter's hands. Eventually the ago limit was increased until "the children of a larger growth" essayed to demonstrate that their bifurcated limbs had not lost' their pristimi elasticity or the respiratory oigana their original powers, but in most cases a negative test resulted, and it was descriptiv...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Newbridge. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 29 May 1914

Newbridge. limp'.ro Day ivhs cclelirated here under ideal condition*. Tim cliil<lii;n n-i-i n mm-, shaded liy tin) head li-Kiii-r -it iiiii* i>'ii|i<uk. mill after salut.iou tlm lie.: and singing pifriolin snin»i I li• ■>' wi-im in i>c-li.-il in |||(i Nrnvlirilcu Till;. n ln>n t hi".' \vi iv.;:lili^s-ed liy liH'lnliri.. of t';e m:!iiii»I <!.>ii>inittt<i', N iimci huh '.:'itues 'inil -ports v. err 1 lint in dulged in. Two now items ■■vmii ii it r- >. uiei-d winch eui-.ed iiiiit.ii luiM-i iiin'/.i l«i, ^11 —A pillow tic.ht >ud Min cunt :st. At U.IiO p m. t.liu children wie :i~.^i>id I<It-iI, mid 'ill seemed i]isitu prepared tn do justice I" nil thu t>ond Minims provided l»y parents and ft lend*. Glace hav-int; been sun;; by a combined choir, the children made a start, mid a very ple:.«in» siHlit H was to .-co them enjnyiiiu themselves. After the children wero till satisfied the parents and friends par...

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

i'Vi' Coughs ami Colds, .ake Woods' I'eppurinint Cure. SOUOSFS IIAIU TONIC. This preparation is unsurpassed as huir food and dandruff preventative. A little sprinkled on the head niybt and morning, and gently massaged into the scalp, renders baldness impossible. po roses ilair Tonic will absolutely erow liatr and prevent it from falling oiu. It imparts a beautiful plofKy sheen, and brings out all the natural brightness c.f the hair. ]Jrii u Oil per bot tle. Ob tainable at .1 v.. tfoiithev's, In"lf Fur C"Ujjhs and Colds. lake Wnods Great Pepperm'nt ura

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BILLARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 29 May 1914

bilbla rds, I A tnuniainent which excited considerable interest amon«*;b loc-tl followers wits'con cluded at the Uuy.-il lintel on Tuesday evirniiif{. O'lt ()J a la rue field of com pet i- \ tnis.S. J?:iilie and J. Bennett «|UHlili.»d fori * lin.il, Biiliti iinaily ei»ur«;in«j the victor.

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

Earned, not Bought. Ilow hard it often is to o.vi n find main tain 11 good reputation, and hoiv easy it, is In lose one. As with a man's reputation, so it; is with cither things in this life. They are founded n» mtiiusic valuu. They face the public bucked up by honesty, and work their wny quietly and thorou»hly. People ivmt no hotter proof of merit than is con tained in the following experience. Mr. G. F. Shepherd, Tailor, Brooke Street, Iuglbwond, says :—"A lad ofimne, about thirteen yours of aqe, sullered a good ileal fioin' pn ill * across the hack and weak ness. We used various remedies, but all to tin good, nothing seemed able to give him ease. ; At Wt I was advised, to try Doan's Backache Kidnev Pills-, so not a •bottlii at once. Ho soon shuwud signs of impiovenient, !>nd before he had used the second bottio lie was quite well—free of I the backachci and weakness. I attribute I his* cure solely to Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, and shall always have a good word for this leme...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Defence of the Commonwealth ADMINISTRATIVE WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 29 May 1914

Defence of tbe Commonwealth A DMINlSTttATIYK WOR K. General Hamilton's report, on tlio inili*v V»ry fo)oes of the Cmmnonwoilth show> that in the matter or defence I hem is mneh for the Liberal Ministiy I't do, When in ».!iicu thi! Ijji'-h- 1'aity flowed n prui-e 'worthy desire to ];tv th\; f' un*' ttio-is' «-f an Ifiritry mul of '' ti'ivy, ich fdi'-uld mukej j A listt: JT ; s:.! o fioiil fi-j clgh > * 11 *, | sn jnnjh s.kid it h is '.nun Fmnkly pointed | lout that. much </t Ovnei-il Hamilton's report; [ is ;t condemnation of past buMness methods, <1 plea for wiser administration in the ;ut urn. The General insists that Australia's army must hive a business branch under * comp troller with a quarter-master as second in command. It would l>e amongst the duties <«f this branch to watch expenditure closely, to see that. Commonwealth thousands «o where need is greatest, not necessarily wheie demand i.* most urgent. It would have to decentralise, ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 June 1914

GOVERNMENT NOTICES. G, I K Land Available. . ■> PARISH of Breiwiuili.-Allot. 9,'See. C. ISO acres, 1st class; £1 per Hero. Korfeited l>v .1. Ooble. All applications' lodged by -ill) June, 1914, will be deemed to have been simultaneously made. All particulars from liendino Land Ollice. 11. J. JACKSON', \ Land Ojlieer. Iiendigo, I\Iav 30th, 11)14, BUSK SS NOTICES. Dancing .MISS VKUA MeMAIION. r|\KAOIIKU of Society, Hall-room Kli 1 (|iietU', ot J'.all, Kane.v Step Dancing wishes to <>[>v-ii :i class in injilewood. All mending pupils kindly forward names lo Miss.M. Ai'ri.i-:i!V. Tonus, las for half i term commencinj: next Friday. Ad vanced uppils taught at 2s ])er lesson. Latest dancing taught. | Advanced pupils. l'er lesson arrange ments for private pupils attended to by I Miss Applebv. Glasses lield at Town llall oa 1'rida.vs. Spells Perfection in Liquor. It is a Popular Tonio. PUBLIC NOTICES. FOK SALE.—Good useful Gig, £G 10a; Hooded £20. Applv C. I'REKMAX. Sac...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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FUNERAL OF MR. LANGDON. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 June 1914

-FONKR'ATj'oF Mil. LANG DON.' Political : and personal friends m lar»o numbers intended the funeral, of the: late, Mr/lV'TjnnKdon.-Clminn'in of Committees of the 'Legislative,. Assembly,,,which ;took, place in Melbourne on • Thursday. • The burial was ::in thadmrch or \Kngland por tion of tlie Box .IIill Cemetery.. The Jlev. AV..AVebster/nf ■ Oakloigh, an old personal friend .of the deceased. ■ conducted. the burial service. .. Mr: J:- M;„ Davies (Presi-: dant of the Legislative Council), Sir. t rank Madden (Sneaker of the Legislative As sembly), Jair.Alexander Peacock (.Minister for Edusatum). Mi" J.. Gray (honorary Minister), Mr Jilmslie (leader of the State Opposition), Mr Aruyle, M.L.A., and Messrs 15. Boon and ]£. Weaver acted as pall-bearers, while anions other mourners wore -Messrs Cotter, Macltoy,' Mennies and Solly, Ms.fi. A. ;; Messrs Fitzpitnck and Norman, Kail way Commissioners ; Mr . F. C. Mason, formerly SpcakuivandMi' J. S. White, formerly M.L.A. for AlbeitPaik, membe...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING. FOOTBALL. INGLEWOOD DEFEAT BRIDGEWATER. A ONE POINT VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 June 1914

SPORTINCi. ——:—o ' ' ' FOOTISAL.Ij. ' ' tNGLNWOOD DKKKAT • ISRIDGKWATK!!. A ONK POINT VICTORY. Tilts association season opened cm Satur day, when the 1 ngU*woo(*, and !ii idynivater teams mi'L on ihu local ground. There. IVIIM llllt >1 Dlodel'ltf; illt'.UIHlllllCI! df till) ptililie, hut vary keen intere.-l; w;is taken in tile match, which proved to he of a highly interesting nature. ]£uch team incliuliil several younger players, quite a number of last year's s( ul'S liein;.; alisrnfc. r>iid;;fl«.i(er were milium Fiaivley, McAhecr, t.Jh'iin'>t:i lnin, M'ljwy, -T,icl- 'ottv-.it r.-U f'eimy, <•" 1 ist year's lo- in, ' .;e Pr*i;itic:vlil': of ;iip locals' •• h'' nil' :< 1 •■ill" W. 1 iii'-1io-:, I' IVivci1 <->ler >'u -uid C:Ui'.:', Tlv p^au v.,is -1 inf.r tlir tighniit"., .ml nb lime- be cni) ' L'l'V clfr .led, tile. consequence beio;; 1,1'. dido was very little upon play. Tliu hifloivi'ncl I a im pnrticulu ' v jjavo evidence of jack of p...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 June 1914

•ALES BY AUCTION. Thomas Morrow & Co,. AuotioneerS. j STOCK AND STATION AOKN'TS.. ■ Inglewood and Bendigo, ! • Wf ITH Brandies at Cl:r.rltoa, Wyrru- , »* . proot, Boon, l.ogan, UewBteml J Pyaloiic, Kilinore ami l-tutcuileid. i LAND *nd CLEAMEO j Conducted in nil I'aris of ih-: Htrito. I .nans uegoliateil on\br.y;ul aercs ut low rati'a | :— J Palgety and Co Limited. I Pearson, Howe, Hmitli ami Co. ' T. Kobinsofi" ami Co, Vrojilv, I,Id. J Wischer and Co, ijuiieipliopiiliates. Sheep and Cattle Trucks prinnptly secim'd -ntfd" loaded. Sales ci Stock Will be held od the follow in2 dates WfOHEPBOOb, Tuesday, .1 UNK « CHARLTON W'cdnesuav. JUNK 10 BOAMBATOOK Thursday, .1UNE 11 •OOKT Friday, .71;NIC 12 .'. And every succeeding Fohtniuht at . . each of above placee. Inglewood Market 1HURSDAY. J I'M'; 2o. /•THOMAS MORROW mm CO. announce 1. that they will !iol«l llioir usual sale t I above, at their, vim's, on the above ,&ate. when thev will" offer— Sheep, Cattle, &e. Log...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Late Mr. Lnagdon. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 June 1914

The Late Mr. Langdoii. At the meeting of the Borough Council on Friday evening the Mayor (Or Aiisett), in moving tlmt :i letter of condolence (ie sent to Mrs Lun^don on' the regretted death at her husband, referred in highly complimentary terms'to the public life of the deceased tjcntiuinan. He liad been Ihorouctiiv re.-.pected by .all who knew 111*111, and had done his duty without fear or favor. Cr lloran, in seconding, slated ,, lie. would take the shd privilege of spealiing to the motion. .During his time/ about 30 years, in the district Mr Latigdon had been personally known and beloved by many of his "constituents He. (the speakerl had watched Ilia .progress from the start until lid had died in honor. The Jeceased had bueiV a man'of sterling Mil-" tegrity, and one who had never swerved, I from the path of duty. People might talk of the remuneration members of Parliament got, hut every penny Mr. Langdou had got had. been honestly earned. He had been a man of broad,liberal though...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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WEDDERBURN v KORONG VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 June 1914

WKDUKItlHJirN.v KOKONG '.VALE. . The llag of tnico which has been; Hying since:. iliu, lin.il iimlch lust stiiison\ whs lowered nn Saturday, and .hostilities were resumed on the NVedderlmrn tield between tlm local still ivMits '-Uid tlio buys from tliu ullage downthu 'creek.?- A Into start- was made, why; it is 11>(vd lo say, both teams mid the umpire bi'ini: on. tliu ground'in time. ,-,'J lic."V|'wfcv«in-iftui-. was pluyedin M'm-d'ii'l;m.y, which was damjeious to playei.-, Ii.ul foi tliu uinpiie, and uiiMilis I ictmy 10 tliu L'Miii liolund. >Mc(jurk anil Hi irtutvu- wtM« out of itiu m^litcou ohor^-u hy tliu Wedilerbuin eoinniitue. The team llrit Iodic • the lluld was composed an fol low..' U." Henderson (capt), J.'Thompson Avieu-miptaiii), A. l'>ur»e, Saunders lJinit i2), Holmes (li), lliyes, .\llso|>, IjL'iihui, Ci'iiie,, J.loivsutt, Al'ilurif, Smith, llill and Rutherford. Koiiiil'; V.ile also .had to play two ■■iiicryeiiuies to lili the ■place ..r Keles and Hardiner. ...

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Interesting Case. CLAIM FOR COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 June 1914

Interesting Case. CLAIM 1'iVtt .COM MINION. At lliiil'olicc C :»■(■ .vi*!: - il ty iitii: -lin.' ln'Fmo, Mr. K. S Mimiv. l\M , :iml th.; May'ir (Gri 0, ,1. Ansett). Me Kuan, j 'MulJrpirnr atld.Oo., amiti-mtvi-, nf i proceeded aii'iin-i. Thmna* iNVNmi, f»%rtner ■ and grazier, of Ktnumwr, for tliu lecovery of 1,45 for work and luU»r d«»ne and com ' mUsinn earned between January, JOI l, aiul lird March, 11M4, in connection with the snh? of I>]7 acres «>f 1 md in tht. parish of Kurtimr. to(ieorn*? K. Wilson for the sum of FjlSO!), All vvilne^-iM were ordered out of court, j | Mr. Luke Murphy appeared for tho jphtntills, and Mr K. K. llman for defend ant. t Genryts Frederick Leech. a^ent, residing at Imjlewnod, dop'iMMl I hat he was em- , ployed by the plaintiffs. Defendant wn a fanner living at. Kinuower. and had .'U7 itcroH of land at lvurtini;. I'ipu- to the lUsfc December la*t witnos, with other : had a verbal undert \kinur with defend mt. to sell his land at a commission. the ...

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Approaching Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 June 1914

Approaching Sale. , June :: — .Spcci.i! sale of 7,000 sheep :iml [ :>()0 bead of cittlo Ht, Jiddinyton. Alf. ! K. Wallis aiu] C'(i. im:i Willersdorf and . .1< orhes, auctioneers in conjunction. Juno 23.—Logan stock sale Thomas . Morrow and Co., auctioneers. V- Jpno" 25.—In^lewoodstock sale.-Tlionias . ■ , Morrow and Co., auctioneers.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 June 1914

Borough Council. Tim fortnightly meeting «f Hu> council was held mi Kridny uvuiiing. I'ic.sc.nt.. (Vs. Atisett; (M -lyiir), Jones, Wells, Ilnm, 1 )i>ti:ilijson, lfm-aii, Leigh. i COltliKM'llNllKNCK. 1*1 did 1 )i<p-nt.mcnt: of Tjrimln sulci Kuivi-y, r-»-\V!Uiliiiu account for giant ill aid for signal lire. -Received. Kroiu David Cooper, applying for per mission to lay a pipy across the hue at the li"ir i f his premises to connect wil.li llm In id; drain ivcently constructed there.— Permission granted, on motion ofGrs. I lam anil .lours. Kioiii |)r. Deravin, reporting two of pulmonary tuberculosis.—Keceived. Knmi tlie Public lli'iiltli D.'pirtiiit'iil. ;j through Dr. Wilkinson, lieu 11 li ollieer, iu] a house lately oeciipyed !iy a c isu of pill - S inonaiy tuherculosis, st iting that underj section i:!0 of the Health Act, 18(.)0 th'.*! house may he disinfected to the. council s j satisfaction should notice ho gi'.eu to t lie j council in iviiting that such disinfect ...

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WHY ACID STOMACHS ARE DANGEROUS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 June 1914

WHY Af'if) STOMACHS ARE IJANGKRors. Scientific reports, May Acid in the stomach i-i (1 inuerotis nncl fre<|UenUy fatal, because acid fiotn its corrosive naturehas a n iliuil tendency tn destroy the mucous lining of the stomach itself. No one in tentionally swallows hydiochloi ic acid, but it, is often piesent in I'.rue <|uantities as the result' of food fiu mentation in the stomnch, result ini: from the chemical action which follows the eat in:: of tlit; daintiestand most | tasty foods or tlu: indulgence in any form (if alcoholic stimulants, including beer, wine, liipiers, otc. This fermentation causes pain,'uneasiness and discomfort be cause of thu acid which hums liko a red-hot imn, and the formation of yas which dis tends the stomach, causing shortness of bteatli and palpitation of the heart. Tin lion I lo beinu' i ntiruly due to the unimtu rat condition of stomach contents, and no5 in -my way lo the fault of the stomach it self, physicians have adopted with...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 June 1914

SOUOSICS HAIR TONJC. This" preparation is unsurpassed as mir fix id :111a ilaiiili-nff provenlalive. A little sprinkled on the head niKht aril morm.i^, and gently massaged ink. the 51.111 I, lenders lialllness lllpossible Kn. roses Hair Tonie will alUi.Mv K™ hair ami prevent it from falliii" oiil, It imparts a beautiful {-lossy sheen anil Jrnip mil all thy natural' brightness of tin- hair. I'rire .> (),[ bottle. Ob wooJ Ut •S,)ull"-'y's, Inj-le

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 June 1914

Willie lj>ul \ jiuiple uiHnk'\v up a vi?nlinl. Didn't lick tin* iimnil ntr il, Hull was wry muI;. Mjiinmu i;i»;41h#-1:.1 !lu> -ymjilmiirt, '• i4L*iH»li ! " s'tiil. "•I'm Mir*f i Will will l.t! :xUh>Ut tit'iii'Hrow 1" ^ . ■ •> Ouvc Wood*' Pejijijenniiit^Curo.\

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