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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 August 1914
I *■' " * — Comm on wealth orMustralfa HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY' ' ' i IMa Bink Ii open for nil olu»s of QENERAL BANKINQ BUSINESS >1 EQUITA BLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE AUo *t Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Brisbane, Rockhamptop, Townirille, and Londo*. Oable remittances made to, And drafts drawn on foreign places direct. • Foreign bills negotiated and oollected. Letters of credit tasued to any part of the world. Hills negotiated or forwarded for collection. and Exchange LJusinu** of e\ei> duscripi'OJi tran-f.ute.l -'h.Ma the Coumioa wealth,-Uatttt? Kin->tlt»m rj»«1 abroad. Current accouuid opened. Inteiost paid oa flxed deposit* 4dvanoes mao'u approved nccuritica. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT .« Victorian Contra) Offlcot 317 COLLINS STREET, MELVlOtlftNK. SnitefaM In the abore cities and 2,000 Affonclot at Post Offices throughout the CommonwMltfc. Dopoolto from 1/* to £300* Intoroot at 3y. par annum. ••poolto or Withdrawals may be mad* at any Branch or Agcncy wi...
Marong Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 August 1914
Marong Shire Council. monthly meeting. i'lio monthly meeting wns held -at the Sliiio Hull, Marong. on Thursday last. Present.—1Ors. foolu (president), Carter, ■Joliiisoii, Yentes, liailey, lvetterer, Fer»u son nnil Wiitli. COKllCiil'OKUBNCB. From llio Railway Department, notifying its inteiition to iviilen this crossing neat' Sebastian, ;>»>'! .'lsltin^'the ('.ouuoil to under' (••iliU the maintenance nf llju npjjiuae'i out - side 11 distance of seven feet on end) side of tlie lino.—It inis decided ill it tlie neces sary undertakim.' lio given. From D. Smith, M.LA., statinj* ho would lie plcaseJ to present Die council's petition re Beridigo Creek scheme to t ho tie»islntivo Assembly, and signifying his intention to support it as far :m lay in his power.— Received, I From Wycheproof Shire Council, re- j questing co-operation in bringing nliotu. »; common valuation of all properties in tlie Stnte, and recommendim'r !iu adoption of the State land tax valu'.Ui.p'is.—Granted. From M...
Longer Ago than Yesterday. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 August 1914
Longer Ago than Yesterday. . -fih Yesterday is not lon^n^o, but live years U. To h ive (mm) cured long a^o, mid to have been ivcll ever since, surely means a permanent euro. Read what this woman lias to say about it. :■ t Mrs M. J. Rochester* Tavistock House, Brooke Street, Iogle.vot'id, says "I '""1 kidney troulilc for years. The symptoms that worried lue most were steady aching pains across the small 'of my bick, just over the kidneys, It »s; paitlcularly severe after stoopinir, ■ or exerting myself in anyway. At night I got little rest, an k always felt lirod and hnijruid, and ivassub * ject to giddy attacks. • I was really bad,> and nothing seoined able to givo me cisi ; I had my attention called to Doan's Back ache Ividney Pills, and gut them at -Bell's I Imnimcy. They did : ine good almost immediately, sn 1 ivenfci&n using thorn unt.il I was oared, using in oil six bottles. My. back is strong and I ii'm free from pain now, and I feel sp'cn litl in every way. Theie's...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 August 1914
. Fur Coughs nnd (Jolds. Take Woods Great Peppermint Cura PUBLIC NOTICES. ELECTRIC tram DRIVERS wanted. 1 Good opening for smart voting men. Permanent position. Particulars from M. W. Chauning, Instructor, 211. Lydiard Street, Ballarat. > For Sale. Eucalyptus .■plant.—2 Boilers. 2 Wood Vats, Condenser,' kngme. Pump, Piping. £30 Lot. Bargain.— FRYBERG, Bendigo. / Funeral Notice. f i'UIE Friends of .Mrand .Mrs II. Dowjing X are respectfully invited to follow the remains of their dearly beloved daughter, Elsie Hannah, to their last resting place. The funpral will leave their residence, Brooke street, for the Inglewood ceme tery, at 3'o'clock on Wednesdv, 12th inst. •13. WILSMORE, Undertaker, etc. Liberals Inglewood Branch of the People's Party. A Special'Meeting of Members of the above Branch will be. held at the Meeting Room, Town Hall,'on Thursday Evening, )3lh August, at 8 p.m. All Liberals invited to attend. . Authorised by . JOHN C. MORROW, • : President.' NOTE.—Meetings will- ...
Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 August 1914
• y Borough Council. The fortnightly meeting'of the council was held on Ft iday evening. Present— Crs. Ansett (Mayor), Horan, J3o;ig, Hum, Wells, Donaldson, Jones. '"DHIlEsrONim.VOK. From A. Gray, intimating that he would assist in bringing abouta unifoim valuation. Letters were received from It. B. Roes and F. Iltigelthortt, M's.Ij 0., on same subject. —Keceivrd. B'10111 K. Ji. Allen, divisional "returning odium' for the Gumi|)iins, Mnrybjvough, re use of Town Mull for the Federal electionc.! —Attended lo by town clerk. From M. Hughes, ne'ir show ground?, asking consideration in connection with sunitaiy service.— Held over till nevt meet ing, the town eleik to niiko inquiries fiom the contractor in the meantime.. From S. Jjc Cocq, shite engineer, Cliarl tou, asking pirticuUvs relative to cost of sanituy cut, etc.---Replied to by town clerk. From T)i'|i:ii tment of Lands and Survey, 'stilting that 2i :!r of land adjoining the" pound rescivo will bo i.H'eied for sale by ■public aucti...
SPORTING. FOOTBALL. BRIDGEWATER v. INGLEWWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 August 1914
SPORTING. FOOTBALL. mUDGKNVATKR v.-INGL13 WOOD. The final mutch between tho nbovo tennis was played at 15ridgowuter on Saturday. Only eleven locils in ido tlio journey (arid these aro to bo. commended on their spotting spirit in keeping the engagement.), the rest of the team being made lip from tlio Bridgo w-iter supporteis. Bridgewater turned out in strong force, and an even, interesting and friendly game wvis witnessed by a fair number of spectators. Ingleivood led up to half time, but Bridgewitcr then nsseited themselves,- the scores at the final bell being : — Uiidgewater. i> goals 2 behinds. Inglywood, 2 goals 2 beliinds. For the winners the goal kickers were, Spargo (J), J. Bissett (4) ; and for Ingle I wood Pearce and Willey.
AT THE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 August 1914
AT THE C'HUKCIIES. At St. Augustine's Church 011 Siindiy night the M-irsellaise was played, and lit the conclusion of the srrvico the National A'ntUem wis suns. Prayers were offered for the safety of the King's soldieis and sailors, and hymns invoking peace were sung, the vicar preaching from the text, "Let 11s therefore follow after the things that make for peace." After bavins spoken of the individual's peace with God, he said. '■The nation is simply the enlarged indi vidual, and it also behoves the nation to follo-.v after the things that make for peacj. The Biitishers are at war, but, thank God, we ate not lighting for territoiy, or for purse, or for power, bufc we are lighting for pence. Every gun that wars with British gunners behind it is crying for peace, every swoid that we draw, causing red blood to fllow, is drawn by a Uiit];-li hand for peace sake: After Britain has sought^fur peace by all methods gentle and has failed, now because we feel that the great Ktnpiro must ass...
WEDDERBURN v. KORONG VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 August 1914
WEDDlflRBURN v. KORONG VALE. A splendid game was witnessed at Korong i Viilu 011 Saturday, when the above teiinsj met for the fouitli time for the season.! Until teams were strongly represented, 1 Mayes, of Weddeihuni, being the only| absentee of the 3l> selected, and » large crowd gathered to witness the contest. _ The game wis even, fast ;ind willing. Wedderburn won the toss and took the advantage of a slight breeze which favored the eastern goal Their eflVii ts for the lerm produced three gcmls, the Vale replying with two minors. In the second lerm Wedderburn failed to score, and the Vale, playing u strong game, went to the front l>y registering .'i goals 4 beliir-Is. In the lliitd quaiter the teams had an equal number of scoring shots, hut- while Wedderburn oli turned 2 goals 1 behind with their tries, Korong Vale scored only 1 goal 2 behiuds with theirs. The last cerm ivas productive of great excitement. Wedderburn ivero the first to score with another sixer, and then Kor...
ROROUGH COUNCIL'S LOYALTY. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 August 1914
nOBOUG II COUNCIL'S LOYALTY. Piiorto commencing tlio ordinary busi ness at Friday evening's nioetin" of the council, the Mayor said seeing the cusis llmt had arisen n duty devolved upon the council, and that duly was to express ap preciation at the action Grettt Uiitain hid taken and to express the wish that I lie Empire Mould meet with every succiss. All l;ne« th it Ciitain had' been draped into the wtr—it w is not. of her' seeking — and it was niatifyini; to know that Cm.ida and Australia had ottered so many in-n. He felt that Australia would do her full share, and if the necessity arose Australia, New Zealand and Canad i he felt s'.iro would continue to send until they had no more men to send. He thousht as a in irk of their appreciation of the action t iken by Gieab Biitain that tho council should ad journ for live minutes. Cr llorm moved the adjournment n« su«!:rste.l. fie quite agreed ivi:li.all the Mayor had said, and expressed the opinion that no nation hid ever tillered int...
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 August 1914
GOLF. flj ■ • 14 77 112 26 SO 110 '24 80 no 30 8G rn 1G 88 91 scr. m 120 • 30. % On Saturday Ksfc a hdies'singles lundi cip wns played off for L)r Doiavin's trophy, when J5 players competed. The winner wns MisS'M. Humphreys Afternoon ten was provided by (the ladies.; The cnrds handed in retd thus"•—>> ■" Gioss. Ildp. Net. Miss M. Humphrey Miss Quick Mi« Cooper - Miss L. Wiggins"--, Miss 0.Humphrey Mrs A. Jennings' Miss. Appleby A ladies'.doubles handicap will be plnyed oil'to-morrow morning st >10.30. ■ In the afternoon .1 mixed foursomes sweepstake .will be held over 11 iVliole course. After noon ten will be. provided. The following are the handicaps- and draw for the latter event.:—J. 0. Morrow and Miss Af.rHum phrey, 7, v R. G. Tilley .ind Jliss S'outhpy, S; 11. Venice and Mi»s M. A..Kelly, !), v A. W. Rochettei and Mrs Cooper, 10; -Di G. Deiavin and Miss G. Tatchell,- 55, v -A. (Jontts and Miss O. Humpluey.'S ; ,J. 11. McLeial; and MissCurrie, 11, v W.-'L unont And Miss...
Indigestion. WHY IT IS SO COMMON [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 August 1914
Indigestion.' / HY IT IS SO C J.MM UN Thu'stienuous modern life we loud often Upsets ."the digestive system. Then, too, \vony, over-work, anxieties of various'sorts, excitement, late hours, tiying climatic cnti ditio.ia, lack of exercise, or too violent exercise, are each mid ill capible of bi inking about ii deranged condition of the stomach. Add to these excessive tui! drinking, to' which many of us must guilty, and you sec "clearly enough why indigestion is so com mon. _ To avoid indigestion and its' distressing symptoms you must take an occasional dose of Mother Seigel's Syrun But to banish, indigestion and its health-destroying effects, its p irns and di-coihforls, you mint take a regular course .,f Mother Seigel's Syrup. There isn't a remedy in existence that can cure you at once if you have heen i-uflerinL' for a long time, but quick relief and even tual resloratiim to good health are certainly I well within the powers of Mother Seigcl's Syrup, and usually follow its use. Of ...