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The Inglewood Advertiser, TUESDAY, JULY 28, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 July 1914

£ Jjf iuglefooofr TUKSDAY, .JULY 28, J!I14. The friends of Edward Keel, who waa,* | .» was reported in our last issue, injured j >v a shooting accident neftf St. Arn iml V, list week, will regret to learn tliut bin', ondition ia still precariaus. The. full.® har^t! entered his shoulder juat above ( he heart. t, A commodious residence in Grant street: > elsewhere advertised for sale. I liters J .vill tie received liy Mr Arthur Kixon lip ill 3rd August. . J Ati area of 1(10 acres of third class land, s adm.tised in another column as available' n the parish of Wehla. Applications must is lodned on ov before 19th August, | Thb Simpson's Creek Kxcelsior Tennis 2lub will hold a fancy dress hall in the Arnold hall on Tuesday evening, Sep*, tember 1st, wlionpiizes ivill be given for various coM.unies. Kvery facility is being afforded pa!ions for their entertainment, tnd in enjoyable evening is assured. Double tickets are .'!-,and for extra ladies,Is fi.l.and platfoi in tickets may aUo...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 July 1914

Bonnsnglpn's Irish Moss Tar S/utborn Colds onJ [ QiUdrrm.Hiy! LET ME TELL YOU that now is your chance to buy WATCHES, CLOCKS, ELECTROPLATE and ; JEWELLERY. ' : at - GREATLY REDUCED RATES As v,!e have decided to alter.Our Premises, aud! put in an Up^to-Daio Window and SJiop Fittings, ' We are holding an Extraordinary Sale ■ with a reduction of 3s in the £. Eveiythiug to be Reduced 15 per caut. off window pi iocs. DON'T MISS IT P 1 lie v.ejy time to buy presents cheap. Special reductions in E P. Ware. No reasonable offer refused - JY.B. EDWARDS, Practical Watchmaker, Jeweller & Optician Phone 797. PaU Mali, Bendigo (near Mitchell-street This handsome net including Silver Plated A\ustard Pot (with spoon), Silver Pialcd Pepper Cox ar.d Silver Plated Salt Pourer offered at the remarkably low price of 5/6 For the act. All these articles arc strongly made in the style now so popular, and form by far the most serviceable *nd artistic table set yet introduced. The quality and value h...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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POSTA; RATES AMD RECI;ATOPMS [[?] the term "The Commonwealth is used in connection with these cates and regulations it includes Pepua, Lord [?]we Isiand, and Norfolk Isiand.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 July 1914

postal RATES AND RECULATfOR! r-r ./ [>. i.t-re the term "The Common is used in coiincrtion with tJieso ratiji a>!el regulations it includes IVpua, Lord !io;ve islanj, and Norfolk Island.] LK'lTElvS. 'For over.v J ounce or fraction thereof, .'"or di'livi>«-y within the Comuion v..fa i i|i 0 1 .''cr delivery ia tho British Ern piro . 0 1 'o; delivery in the Ne-.v Hebrides, Bank?, and Icries Islands ..6 S •'cr d-.'ikery in other places .... 6 LET'i.'ili CARJ53. 'or delivery wkiuu tUo Commonw2£ ainj;!!;, Id. t s?h ; loulj, Id. esc& •'or de!iv"i-y ia i'be British Empire list <ii places iksdor "letters )—i gu> id. each. •'or delivery i:; Not? Hebrides, Coshs, and Torres li.lzado—Slin^ls, 2d. «asa. ''or delivery in elisor pfe-ic-D— Bdaglo, '.'•'.d. each. I-O.M1 CASTS. Single £oitolda i^iiprc^d Britfc tio Id. stamp, ci'jJ P.eplv or double CArCa, ■rich half of ubieh haa the Id. cta'Jip mprsssed ther>-<>n, iiiay be transmitted o places within ih...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Inglewood Hospital. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 July 1914

The Inglewood Hospital. annual meeting. The nnuiiul meejing of contributors tc the hospital wns held at the Council Chamber-yesterday afternoon, wlion there Vero present Messrs .T. C. Mutehnam (vice-president of committee), in tin chair, W. C .1. Kelly, W. Bissott, G. I'oiter, A. Nixon, F. K Horan, Rev, Ditterich, FI. and A. Taysonij A. Curric mid S. Oeeble (secretary.) Ankuai. Ri:i'0iit, The annual report of the committee, which was as follows, was read and dealt with:— To the Contributors and Life-Governors for the year ended DOth June, 1914. Ladies and Gentlemen,— We have pleasure in presenting you with the fifty-second Report of the Insti tution, with the knowledge that during this year, as in former years, the internal, rb well as the external, work of thelnsti . tution, carried out by your Committee of Management, lias met with yourappiovnl. Again, this year, we' must/first, jami . foremost acknowledge the splendid man agement and work carried out at the Institution by the I&a...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Senate Election. MR. McKISSOCK AT INGLEWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 July 1914

The Senate Election. MR. iMoKISSOCIv ' AT INGLE WOOD. I On Wednesday it. eninjj nt tlio Town Hull Mr. McKissnck, on«i (if tho selected Labor candidates for. llio Senate, delivered n 'vigorous addiess oil o.u-rent politics. Tliero was 11 i:imd attend uice of eU-ctnvs, I notwithstanding lint lilt) nitflit was a v,-ct' onn. Cr. J. A. i{en>hn^ presided,; a I'd tirietly in I induced ihe speaker, who ivnn.j well received. I In tiio course of his remarks, Mr. I McKissock stated that ivliilo it wis tiio first time he h:id faced 11 local audience, he hoped it would not' lio tiio lust. As nil knew, -Sen-ite candidates had to work ill dilferent parts of the Stat!', as tini j did nut permit of them all visitimj the s uno centi es. Me hud fought stienuously llionyh unsuc cessfully at the last oluction, when he hid 'received 294,000 voles, tiiolargest nunihur ever "iven to a defeated Labor candidate in Victoria. Just in . loo ninny coi.ksj spoiled the broth, both in a kitchen andI political so...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 July 1914

mmmmm—rnm mi i ■ t ■ i ir i in' * 'i ' " jm. n m ■» ' i ' 1 —* Continonvv^aife^^&B^titk of Eustvalta HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY j All Bank la open for all classes of GENERAL BANKING) BUSINESS »t * ! EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Alto *t Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobarfc, Brisbane, Xtockhampton, Towneville, and Londoa* Gable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign ..places. direct. Foreign" bllle negotiated and ' collected. Letters of crcdit iisucd to any pari of the ,world. > UilU negotiated or forwarded for collection. Banking and Exchange Business of every description transacted within the Common wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Inteteat paid on fixed depMltfc Advances made against approved securities. .., . SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT . t Vlotorlan Contral Office i 317 OOLUNS STREET, MBLBOURNS. ■ranch*! In the abort cities and 2,000 Agencies at Post Offices throughout the Commonwealth. Dapoitts from 1/. to £300. • Intorc...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 July 1914

What Dyspeptics Should Kbow. —: o — / Physician's Timely Advice. The fact that tew dyspeptic!: really under, stand the cause of their trouble is probably the reason ivhy drugs are still used to such an alarming extent. The practice is wrong, however, and is strongly condemned by .many physicians. The presence of excebsiveacid in the stom ach is the cause uf pr.iotically all forms of digestive trouble, and this oan be neutralised and rendered haunluss l>y the occisional use of ordinary Insulated magnesia—a product which can bo obtained of any chemift. Physicians use bisuiated mug .nesia themselves as well as recommend it to their patients, became they recognise it not onlyovercomes d.»n!»oi'oui stom leli acid and thus ensures easy digestion, but by its use no harmful drug is introduced into the system and therefore there can be no un uleasant ufter-ett'ects. Half .1 teaspoonful taken in u little ivntcr after mc»ld is usually quite sufficient to keep the food contents of tlio stonm...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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WEDDING. BROWNBILL—TAYASON. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 July 1914

WEDDING. iiROWNBI LL-TA VSf»M. An interesting nedding wis celebrated at Sr. Augustine's Cliuicii on Wednesday, ' the ci.ntracting Dirties. being Mi Thomas . Hemy Bnnvnliill, xiii nf Mr'1'. IJiowubill; i uf Simpson's Cri-ek, and Miss Violet Nellie 1 Taysom, daughter nf Mrs A. Tiveinei, of 1 Belmont-stieet. The church, which whs ' tastefully decorated by the friends of the bride, whs well tilled whilst the ceremony ' was being canied nut. There wan aUii u ' Ijood attendance of choir membeis, tl>e I customary hymns, etc., being rendered. 6 I'lio Rev. C. A. Grant nlliciated. The 4 bride, who whs »iven away by lier brother, Mr C. Taysom, was beautifully dressed in cream crepe-de-cheni', trimmed with silk shadow lace and pearls. She hbb attended by Miss Irene Rod»er« (Uendijjo), Miss (). Wythe (vVilliainstown) and Miss Milium Brownbill (.-istei of the Iji idejjir.om) ** bridesmaids, these young Indies iiein« prettily dressed in pink crepe-de-chentC with mob caps. They, ivith the luide,...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Kingower. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 July 1914

Kingower. (f/liP! QVR CQRIlKSrOSDKST'.) StevJy riin oormnenced to f.jll hero 4t 12 o'clock nil Tuesday and continued till the early hours of Wednesday inoriritig. This lins consideialily brightened the hir vest prospect*, as the recent heavy frosts were burning o(f the crops, and sume of the fanner* lud turned sheep on them, as they co»-iderud they ivonld not come to anything and were only lit to (ir-iz-j. The outlook for the coming harvest i4 in. uncer tain that farmers Hie not inclined to dispose of their produce. i

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Serpentine. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 July 1914

Serpentine. Mt Sampson, the Liberal can didate for the Wimment, 'motored over to Serpentine on Monday la*t. His meeting was Used for nnnn, I ho very tinin when most of the I ll-mint! conmniiiity dine, but it only shoivs the difficulties that any can didate for mich a Urge electorate must cxptrionce if, while desirous of speaking iu every town,; he cannot suit etctybody't* convenience. There V*« only u wiitl! gathering, but it was fairly represonta Livo of both sidos of politics, and if niaDy of tho electors would not make any sacrilice jto attend the meeting they c*ngather "'hat took place through the medium of this journal. Mr C. K. Albrecht was voted to, the choir, and before £tartii>L' proceedings apologised for the absence nf the president, I who was indisposed, and of Cr Coutts, who. had sent an apology. He then drew the At tuntion of tho audience to the importance1 of the issues at stake, which affect not only Vicloiii but tlio whole of the Federation. J Hp did not desire t...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 July 1914

GOLF. The following .ire the l| mdic ip- and draw for the trophy presunlutl l>y Mr. S. K Diild im?, which will bo pl.iyod off to-nvir ro .v : — J. C. Morrow, 14. v A. A. CouttH, 1<>. H. Wiight, 14, v Dr. Dijiiiviii, scr. V. Symonils, 14, v S. I". Diddsuns, scr. W. Tiitchell, *en, 16, v F. 3i. Jennir.cjs, 1. G. II. Builcy, 14, v G. Nixon, 18. A. Phillips, 14, J. D.ivie.s 12. G. -Sutherland, 12, v J.'McLeish, 20. H. Leigh, 20, v L Guson,'20. H: Tnysom, 10, v J. Isaac, US. \V. E. Lmr.ont, 12, v It. T.' Smith, 14. II. G. Tilley, 14, v J. II. Turpitj, 1(5 A. W. Knclu'Ster, I(i, v W.Titcliell, jr,]2 II. Venrce, 10, v C. Uanioron, 10. R. Jennings 18. v'Jns. Daniel, 18. J. bloin, 18, v 11. Donaldson, 10. U. Nixon, 20, v W. \V*ll-ice, 22. A. Jennings 20,.v G Porter, 18. P. Dundy, 22, v. A. McKinley, 20.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Thistles as Feed. CONFERENCE AT TALBOT. MUNICIPAL POWERS SOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 July 1914

Thistles as Feed. CONFKUKNCE AT TALBOT. \ Ml'XICIPAL POWEKS SOUGHT. A conference of niunioipiilitln'S wis Ijelci at Talbot mi Wednesday, "2'Jpid mst., to consider the noxious weeds question, Yen councils were lepresented. Til's ch.iinn:ui, Cr. Nichol. fiid the *b jeet.of the conference itt< to confet as to the desirability of ceruin amendments being myle in th* A mending Thistle Act, which It whs-understood would be brought forward during tile present sitting of Par liament. The views of ihe Talbot Shire Council on the subject were llmt in then municipality many thistles were not considered noxious weeds, but as yood foddei fur-stock and protection to the urass from frosts and winds, and it. lias been found that slock depasturing on luni! iM) »);ic/i thistles are growing do better on that .litboijt. As the cou nil Ci n-ideied that i'» views oi) the question nii^ht orobilily be slimed b_v other ii'.iiiiicipilitit's, an expression of opinion was r.sked as to the ndvinabilit...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 July 1914

For Bronchial Coughs take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure Is (id For CcugliB and Colds. Take Woods Great Peppermint Cure

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SPORTING. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 July 1914

SPORTING. FOOTBALL. To-morrow's m itches :— Korong Vnle v. Inglewood at Korong Vale. Wcddorburn v. Biidgcivater at Wedder burn. The usuii" train arrangements iti 11 nj;nn operate, players journeying' up liy lh« midday passenger train and returning by special, leaving Korong Vale at 7 p.m. \ml Wcddorburn at 7.40. Inglewoood will be represented liy the sinie tcitn as his been previously selected. ■ The Poivletf.-Serpcntine match will take jplaco at Serpentine to-monow, instead of | on August 8tli, as was previously arianged. ; Both will be strongly represented and »n .interesting match is expected. j The competition for tlio East Loddon /.Association trophy was advanced another ! stage on S.iturday when the third round wiia commenced. Thu Citlivil te»m, who hnvo so fur R on till their mutches, were »t home to Mologn, arid nfter iin oxeitinu and interesting yune the visitors wera lienteu, thu scores l<cinj!, Culivil, 4 gniils 4 beliinds; Molojja, 2 ftOulsU behind*. Tlio posi...

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Night's Horrid Plague [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 July 1914

Pfigljt's Horrid Plague Vou know wli.it it ia. Piles. Newly drive yon nnil, U.llli to bear. Hud to get rid of. . Cm't Und relief. Hut, trait u minute. Ym, you chi:, too.: It's a case (if knott ing how. Kiio«iiig liotf niLMUM relief.- • • ' It means get the ri«ht tiling. - .. . It means get Doun's Ointinont. ' Dimiu'k Ointment will do it. ■ ■ . All itching xkin diseases, disappen' under the soothing influence <.f Doin's Ointment. Here's proof of this :— MrTlios. Anderson, Fancy Goods Shop, Brooke street, fngleivood. s.iys : — "I sull'iir'. . B,4 »yit-}i itching piles d.iy and ui^ht, und i\t times I coijld ssjryely yet iilimit. Thep^in ivus intense, and never left uje dify or night, I wis veiy anxious for it cui e, uul was *|.v;iys u-iinu dim-rent lemt'die--, hut they «1) pjoved u-ii'li'.--. When h friend advised me to ivy D>«iii'» Ointment, I did not Imve inucli hope that it wouldcure me, liut I.sent Id Hell's Phiinnncy foi-Ji pot. 'i'ins ono pot did me so much good tli...

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LODPON VALLEY ASSOCIATION. ARNOLD v. SHELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 July 1914

LODPON VALLEY ASSOCIATION. ARNOLD v. SH EL BOURNE. Arnold wofe (writes our com'spomlem) at home to Shelbonrne mi Saturday lust, when n most friendly and p!«asant giime resulted. Da/kin, of Hundign—who is undoubtedly the best unipiro tint has yet visited this association—was in charge of the game, and no fiuit could lie found on that score. Shellioiitne lined out their full stiength, and a fresh, happy and nth letic-looking lot they were. ArnoM were minus two »f their regular players, and they played the lirst quarter a man short. They then put in a junior, who proved tint he was well worthy of a place as a .tegular player. The Arnold team showed some thing like a return to its best form, cxcept ing m Us forward lines, and thfulled miserably. Unless the forwards can man age to (In better work Arnold >vill have.no chance with tlie "big guns." 'The Arnold ttMm, however, never onco 1 joked like bring defeated. For the winners Weir and Hunt divided lirst honors. ;Weir (half-back) show...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 July 1914

SALES BY AUCTION. Thomas Morrow & Co, Auctioneers. STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, <r Inglewood and Bendigo, 117iTH Branchea-at.Charlton, Wychc ▼ t proof, Boort, Logan, Newatead Pyalong, Kiliuore and Lancefield. , LAND and CLEARING SALES ndncted in all parts nf th<! State. Loans negotiated on broad acres at low rates Represent :— Balgety and Co Limited. Pearson, Rowe, Smith and Co. T. Robinson and Co, Propty, Ltd. Wisoher and Co, Superphosphates. ihsep and Cat tie Trucks promptly secured and loaded. Sales of Stock . Wilt baheld on the following datM:— <7 yCHEPKOOl1, Tueaday, August 4 CdtKliTON Wednesday, August 5 QUAMBATOOK Thursday, August 6 ttOOBT ... Friday, August 7 Ami «very lucceeding Fobtmuht at. each o! above places. Inglewood Market. 1HURSDAY. AUGUST £0. 'THOMAS MORROW ana CO. announce A. that.tliey will liold their usual sale aa above, at their yards, on the above «iate, whan they will offer— Sheep, Cattle, Horses Logan Stock Sale TUESDAY...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 July 1914

Advertise Ycur District! TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. H you wish your district to gain prom inence, do not kc<»."> (lie knowledge 0/ local Jioppenijies to yourself. ] f-y-on wisli events in which yon ere interested to be made public, juat mop a Iincto"Tlio Advertiser" ollico in time to'allow of nrrangoincnta being made ior .1. reporter to nHend, or, failing that, try your'own J hand at roporbinji. Don't bother to any groat extent ahout (lie composition of articles; just write fully and clearly— the editor will do the rest. Wrddiii':-.*, deaths, accidents, concerts, liportf, 'fir.! tfitherinas and personal" parncrrplif -ill of interest to your neigh" ore, -■ jj■-> by drawing public aitc-ii :ioi' ' your district you are doing a ^ood nr.. 'J.';:it lliere is reason for this remindc i,.- |.„t our fault-. Wo have, mifortur.alcy, j.-. inu'iu-ulons power of knowing what "it? j i aj '.-eniiu; in all the area served by this v.i.riifll, but are desirous, with your co operation,...

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The Inglewood Advertiser, FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 July 1914

§nglefo0oi» ^b&ertiscr, FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1914. The fui tnightly ^-meeting <>f the local brmch A.N.A. was held nn Tuesday even ing, when thei'B wus n fair attendance of members. In the absence of the piei-ident (Mr. J. T. Deniyan), Committei ninn G. Nixon occupied the chair. Amnnsjst, tho corresp'ondence was" h commmiieation j from the Board of Directors stating tint » member of the hoard would attend the meeting of the lodsje on August 25th. 'Two benefit mctuheis were elected, and one proposition for membership >vaa re ceived. Account:1 amounting to L7 l'J.< weio passed for payment. It ivas decided that a letter of sympathy be forwarded to Member W. Hughes in his lecent misfor tune. The following resolution, moved by Mr. W. Palmer and seconded by Mr. A. Nixon, was curiod "That this branch of the A.N.A. rcgiets that the Miiiister.of Defence has seen tit to disbandon the In ylewood section of the Victorian Rmyers, and further, that this branch, thro...

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Church Notices. ANGLICAN. SUNDAY, AUGUST 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 31 July 1914

Church Notices. ANGLICAN. PON DAY, AUGUST 2nd'. Inglewooil— 11 a.m., Special Monthly Com munion. 7 p.m., Evensong. Simpson's Creek— 2 p.m., Evensong Kingower— 3.45 p.m., Evensong All services by the Vicar. Koront! Vale— 11 a.m., Matting. 7 p.m., Kvensong. Powlett • 3 p.m., Kvensong. All services by Mr. Walter Walters.

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