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Inglewood Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 August 1914

Inglewood Hospital. The monthly meeting of tho comniitteo of management was hold at tile institution on Thursday afternoon. Present:—.Messrs Barnes, Huron, Nelson, 0 Brion, Mako pence, Metolmuin, Bissett and Kelly. An apology was undo for Mr Johns. Mr Barnes was voted to the chair. RMXTION OJT. Omi'KHS. Mr Nelson moved that Mr Metelmann lie appointed president. Seconded l>y Mr Makepeace and c.uvied. On the motion or Messrs Nelsni mid () Biien, Mr Makepeace was appointed vice-president. Mr Barnes \v is re elected treasurer on tho motion of Messrjj.O Biien and I'lor.in. The president, vice-president and Messrs lloian, Kelly ami Nelson were appointed a linance committee, and house committees were" re appointed as lasbye.iv. In vacating the chair, th-j letiring presi dent, Mr Bvines', thanked his unlltngui'ii for the courtesy s-howii him during the put twelve months. It had been a very pleas ant time to him, and lie aishi.1 hi.- succes sor the same ir-.od time in t lie chair. Me cong...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The War. All News Suppressed [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 August 1914

The War. All News Suppressed Owifig to the suppression by( the Government of all war news, I no late tidings of doings at the] front were yesterday obtainable.; According to our advices, the only news obtainable in the future will be issued by the Commonwealth Government. A? in other centres throughout the Si de, the citizens .mil public bodies of Inyleivnod express entire and unswerving lnyiilty to the l5ui|jiro Suvcr.il-young men of Iuyle i wood have volunteered fur active service. .Some of these have had considerable mili tary training.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 August 1914

8U8IT .88 NOTICES. PORTER'S Winter Sale of Drapery, Boots and Shoes For ONE MONTH. Reductions in every Depart ment Millinery at Absolute Cost AL80. Ladies' Costumes, Coats and Skirts The largest Assortment of Ladies' and Children's Underclothing Overcoats, Blankets, Rugs, Linos, Down Quilts, 20 per cent Cheaper Splendid Selection Men's Suits, . Hats, Shirts, Ties, All Seduced Special Prices in Tailoring; for One Month Portmanteaus, Bags, Dress Baskets, Suit Cases. ami for Travelling Trunks Special Vaiue Phone 11 Come early "Here We are again!" Arthur - - - - NixOn, General Merchant INGLEW00D, Cordially invites the public of Inglewood and surrounding districts to "come over bete" and inspect bis large and varied •locks. His qualities are second to none, and prices' the very lowest. Those who are unobie to visit Nixon's Stores will do well to write for quotations, \*hen a reply per return post will be snb mitted. Goods carefully packed and sent per rail same day as order received. A c...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 August 1914

Advertise Your District I to ALL WHOM IT. MAY CONCERN. H you wish your district fo gain prom inence, do not tco (he knowledge of local happenipas to yourself. J£--.you wish evtntB in which you nro interested to be Bisde .public, just 0io\> a line to "Tlie Advertiser" office in time to allow of •mnBaments being made .'or .a reporter to attend, or, fafting that, try your own htrni at roporting. Don't bother to any) meat extent about the composition of *rtfcies; Just write fully and clearly—the editor will do tho rest. Weddings, deaths, accidents, concerts, iporis, social gathering's and personal paragraphs are nil of interest to your neighbors, nod by drawing public atten tion to your district you are doing a good work. That (here is reason for this reminder Is not our fault. AVe have, unfortunately, no miraculous power of knowing wJiat'is happening m all the area served by this journal, out are desirous, tvjlli your co operation, of lessening our limitations. Write the names of pe...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Jarklan-Durham Ox, &c., Railway Leagues. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 August 1914

Jarklan-Durham Ox, &c., Railway Leagues. The adjourned meeting of these leagues was held at Jarklan on Friday afternoon, there being ii very much better attend ance than previously. Or. J). \V. Coutts presided, and Crs. Bissettand Ettershank were also present. The chairman explained the purport of the meeting, which wag to consider what step? could be taken-towards getting the last report of the Hailways Standing Com mittee amended. ... . Mr. John Potter recalled some of the history of the .movement during the last 23 years,-but asked the secretary to ex plain the method lie proposed to use to override the report. Mr. Smith, of Calivil, and Mr. J. Mos sop, in referring to the objection by Mr. Mead to J he line on the, ground that so little irrigation, had been carried on,'con firmed the assertion previously made'that no water cquld be , obtained when it was asked for. ' " ' !„ The secretary, reading from the Rail ways Standing Committee Act :No. 1177, showed that the: House ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Inglewood Advertiser TUESDAY. AUGUST 11, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 August 1914

§u0ieftJ00& i TUESDAY. AUGUST 11, 1014. „At tho police court nn Siturday Mr J. C. Morrow, And thu! Mayor presided. A"dr'urik"'>yi»s1ineil5i or 12liniirs' imprison inent. A carriage licence was granted Messrs Tur'pio a»d Gillespie to convey p>ssengers l>y motor car. The secretary of tlio Ingle wood Hospi tal (Mr.. Samuel Dee!>le), acknowledges with tlmnks the receipt of tin- following :— £J from L'e Court Bros., of Korotig " Vale. What a night of grief and piin ! Willie'?* had the cioup again, Mother says she didn't think he'd see the break of day ; Sent papa for Doctor Dane, and a "wire" to Aunty Jane — Everybody weeping round the bed whoro Willie lay. Taxi came with Misses Loy—emtio to save our darling hoy ; She said she had a remedy wondrous quick and sure. Will was getting wheezier, now he's breath 1 nt; easier; Joy was bioiight to all ol us by Woods' Great Peppermint Ctue. In acknowledging with thanks the ellorts midein connection with the movement to obtain ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 August 1914

OBITUARY. The death took place yesterday of Miss Elsie Hannah Dowling, third eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs H. Dowling of Brooke Street, aged 16 years. She had been suffering from tuberculosis since January   last, brought on, it is stated, by a chill sustained while on a fishing expedition. Being of an affectioniate,   pleasant disposition, which was fully revealed during her long and trying illness, she was greatly beloved by the members of her family and many friends. Sincere sympathy is expressed     with the members of the family in their bereavement. The interment will take place tomorrow.                                      

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 14 August 1914

They si,y it!i son(;s of aiuaneS!S, iney clvint ils hymns of praise, uPon its lyio gaieties •null grititudo they yano. in«y win ihio' wan, wild winter, Brr°m coughs nnd colds secure* Mnuae ll.ey know ivlmt blessings tlow, 10111 Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. « * WolfeV Schnapps" the World's Nightcap. Buy Whole Bottlea. PUDL1C NOTICES. I^LECTRIO tram DKIVKHS wanted. J Good opening for smart young men. Permanent position. Particulars from II. »V. Chauning, Instructor, 211 Lydiard Street, Ballarat. I'or Sale. Eucalyptus ?laxt.-2 Eoiiers, 2 Wood Vats, Condenser, ■ Engine, Pump, Piping. £.'10 Lot. Bargain.— FRYBERG, Hendigo. Funeral Notice. 'IMIE Friends o[ the Late Mr. Michael I God trey are respectfully invited to follow his remains to. the' Inglewood Cemetery this DAY, the funeral leaving his late resilience at 3.30 p.m. K. WILSMORE, Undertaker. Au Apology. r apologise for anything said in my house in regard to M. Irvine and 0. Gramban. JI. IIOWELLS. Every Woman in Ill-Health is cordia...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Cost of Neglect. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 14 August 1914

Tbe Cost of Neglect. Think of the cost of neglecting youi' kidneys. Il means Unit you are allowing kidney poisons to accumulate in the sys tem, and these poisons can so violent pains in the bunk, dropsieal swellings, urinny disoiders, gravel, stone, rheumatism, gont, Uasitwie, sleeplessness, inclin ition to worry, excessive thirst, it regular hoait tciiiin, nuttialgia. 'The . genuine Doan's Btcksche Kidney Pills restore to strained, overworked kidneys their full power uf Altering the dangerous kidney poisons from the Moral, and dischaiging them from ( tlie system. Itead this ease. { Mr. W. H ireling, Silver LeafKucalyptus ■ OilFictmy, Htlmimt Stiojt, Inglewood, j Mjfs :~"1 cm reconiinei.d lionn's 13ao«t- J ache Kidney Pills for backache. I was I troubled rti'.h litis ailment fur a long time, I ind D>»m's ISieb.chu Kidney Pills was til? only letnedy tint, ^ave me. relief. :The pants etsed .sltoitly aftet f commenced to Ufe the medicine, and after a while - I" lost litem tlliyelher...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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State School Committee. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 14 August 1914

State School Committee. MONTHLY MNtiTlNG. The monthly meeting was liold on Mon day evening, when there wero present Messrs Jennings (president), Jtenslmw, Phillips, Makepeace, Turpie, Currio at).I Palmer (correspondent.) Correspondence was received from Clmr teer and Co. and Air S. Simpson, l.ito head teacher, on the subject of a typewriter ob tained on the hire system, which hud been used at the school for night instruction, and had been allowed lo remain there since the classes Imd censed. Tho company wrote on the linancial aspu'et of tlio ijues i tion, while Mr Simpson, refused to iccept any responsibility, stating Hint as soon »s the classes ivero discontinued tlio machine should have been returned. .After dijctn sinn it i* is decided, should ihu effort beina made to sell tho ('ypctn iter loc-illy fail, jt Lo returned. Mr Tate, Diioctor of Education, wrote asking that a statement lie kept showing • the works curried out since March 1st, 1014, and the money raised Ideally to defi...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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MOLIAGUL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 14 August 1914

MOLIAGUL: (Worn citir.Correspondent.') A larae-iind intlueiitial public-meeting was tie!il ut the Moliagul Hotel "rur- fiiday evening lust for thu purpose of taking steps for the construction of a-telephbne line from Moliagul to Dunolly," byJway of Goldshorough. Or. ,T. F. O'Brien ivaa was votel to the cliair, and after giving an explanation and the particulars of the meet ing, called upon Mr Kemp, who hud con vened the meeting. Mr Kemp said ho was asked to .call the meeting, nnd it was fcr the people to consider what steps they would take lor the construction of a line. Messrs J. J. O'Brien and M. .J. Jackson addressed the meeting at length, giving full particulars regaiding construction, and said there was nothing to .prevent the people getting a telephone if they only put their shouldors to the wheel and worked toother. Mr J. T. Shay, V. Berkel and others also spoke, after which thafollowing motions were cmi.'d That all present form Lhenivulvi's into a committed: with power to ad...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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CUTTING TIMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 14 August 1914

CUTTING TIMBER. J. C. Robert.-', forest officer, proceeded gainst Unptista Dellavedova, of Wilson's Hill, Maning, for cutting timber an Crown Uods near his residcnco. Mr Roberts said defendant had cub iibout 2U0 trees, valued »t la chcIi, although ho had been warned from time to time. The bench imposed a fine of L2 lO, in default threo months' imprisonment, and ordered him to pity L10, | the value of the timber, and JOs costs. ,

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Marong Police Court. ALLEGED ATTEMPTED LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 14 August 1914

Marong Police Court. alleged atteaipted larceny. At the Marong Police Com I on Friday, before Messrs J. T. Kynu and J. D. Steel, Js.P.i George Cok-m in, of Beiuligo, was charged with having attcmpci-d to ato.-il from the person of .Mr Frederick Denton, tailor, of Bendigo. Inspector Dwyer pro secuted, and Mr Luke Murphy appeiied for accused. Frederick Denton deposed tlmt he was at the Mirong races on Wednesday, and placed £2, the result of a win lie had just received, in his hip pocket. Shortly after wards lie felt h hand in his pocket, mid on looking round saw accused, who immedi ately dashed away. Witness chased him through the crowd, and called Constable Thomson's attc-ntion to the man, sUting th-it he (witness) had been robbed. Con itable Thomson subsequently brought ac cused to witness, mid lie at once identified him as the man who had his hand in wit ness's pocket. .Accused was taken into the committee room, and Addressing witness, laid, "What havo you lost ? If you hare lost a...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN. SUNDAY, 16th AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 14 August 1914

PRESBYTERIAN. SUNDAY, 16th AUGUST. ' Morning—11 a.m., Inglewood. | Afternoon—3 p.m., Briclccwiiter. Evening— 7, p.m., Inglewooil. "-The Nietzschean war ideals of the • ' ttandit." llev. A. L. G. Asli. M.A.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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COURSING [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 14 August 1914

COURSISU Ah notified in Ja-st issuir, the meeting of the Hrid^ewiiter, Nortli cjuli to have beon hold on Wednesday-" \vns~nbnndoned owing to,the hardness of. .tlii^ggmind. Tlie club is unfc.ituniite'in Lti only been able to curry out one o'ut;»f.LtJiree fixtures fur the season, but in thi? -respect is situated similarly to many olher jclubs throughout the State.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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ANNUAL TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 14 August 1914

ANNUAL, TOIU*Na;HKNT. ■ I - ...." i Fur the third .-imunl tnurmuneiit of the Inalowuod eluli, to lie hold on Wednesday and Thursday of next week, "ratifyingsup port his been received in •, the form of numerous entries. The links are being put in apple-pie order for! Hie event, and no eflort will bo spired to maintain the high st indtid the tournament has nrevio is ly leached.' Tlie on tries are as rolloiv:— ' WEDNKSDAV. Mixed Fourso.mrs, to start at, 10 .i.m. •t>. Sutherland;,ami MUs Wall ice, 12, v S. F. Diddanis and Mrs A. .Terming.", 10. Dr G. ,W. Deiavin mid Miss Wigging, 15, V Ij.Morecroft and Miss I. Morecroft, 20. ■ F. Jomii>i»s and Miss CavanaEh, ](J, v Dr II. 13 Jackson and Miss. Uundle, 17 Dr N. S. Der.ivin and Miss LuiseM, 19, v J. H. H-iines and Mis J. G. Day, 1!) J. 0. Morrow and Mrs T. Weiliye, 20, v Tlios. Morecioft 'ind Mrs G. S. Cmiy, 22 A. Phillips mivl Miss Ostium, 21, vG. Sutherland and Miss O. Humphrey, 22 II. Taysoni and Miss M. Humphrey, 22, v J. J. O^li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 14 August 1914

GREAT JEWELLERY SALE Every Article Must Go as the Builders must have room. Our Premises are heing Remodelled, therefore we are slaughtering our Stock FOR ONE MONTH ONLY. ; Amazing Reductions in Jewellery and Watches. * 3s in the £ off marked prices 3s in the £ off marked prices . Our stock of Electroplate must all go. From 20 per cent to 25 per cent Reductions. Beehive Watch Coy., 306 Hargreaves-st., Bendigo. Phone 378 .. C. J. KI&KBY, Manager. frootoidsi "DIGGER BRAND" JAMS. TOMATO SAUCE. CANNED FRUITS. THE FINEST PRODUCTS OF NORTHERN VICTORIA ADVERTISING. There ia no Business that cannot be Benefit**! by live, judioioua advertis ing. Ia oountry towns the people in business- wmetimos say, "Why sho«ld 1 advertise ? Everybody knows whero I am and what I sell." Bwt thai, is an error. It can be proved oimneous by the Railway ^ Coach manifests and the parcels' post lists at »y -provincial eentre ia whioh the local business. men fail-to realise the need tor'keeping the people ia ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 14 August 1914

OBITUARY. Townspeople generally learned on Wed nesday with the deepest regret of the death of Mr Michnel (.Jodfrey. an old and esteemed resident of the borough, which took place during that evening. .M Godfrey hud been in indifferent heiltli ful some time, but his condition was not con sidered serious till Sunday last, when lie hid a bad turn. l)r. G. \V. Deravin was called in, and at tirst the patient appeued ti.' bo regaining strength, but'iin Wednes day he gradually sank and- died as stated, The deceased gentleman was.a .'well-known resident of Inglewood and highly respected. Bora at Oola, County Limerick, Ireland, he cam a out to Victoria at -the age., of 31 years, and soon after his airival enteted the railway service. Thorough and effi cient service gained him promotion, "and he rose to the rank of inspector, which position he held when he retired some 2.'i yeais ago. llis life since his retirement has been spent,-in Inglewood, Though fond of a quiet and retired life, the dece...

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PRACTICAL PRESCRIPTION AGAINST STOMACH ACIDITY. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 14 August 1914

PR ACTIO A L PRE3CRIP1UON AGAINST STOMACH" XCIDITV. By A. Specmliat. v;/'Nine-tenths of-* till-- 'cases of - stomach trouble nowadays," siys'aleadin:; speciil ist, "are causud by to:i much iiciil. Tn tli! liu/inning Lhc*. 'stomach -itsJlf " is not dis eased, lint if this cou liLi?>f> is nllimed to continue, the aci 1 isVeiy''lf(i(;ly to eit into the stomach walls and pi'otfuce stomach ulcer or cancer, either »f :>vh1cli may ren der a radical sur;;icil operating necessary, even to prolong life. Tliciefoio ad acid stomach is real'.y a d anyerous condition, and should be treated seiiotisly. It i« utteily useless Io take pepsin and ordinary stomach tablets. The excess acid must be neutralised by the ' iidmim-itt ation of an efficient antacid. • Fr-r this purpose phy sicians nearly nlivays I'ccommbnd taking half a teaspoonful of bisuratcd magnesia in | it'liUlu miter after " e icli ' meal. L-irgi r quantities may lie use J if rii'cessai y; as it is absolutely lumiilsss. Itut lie...

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POSTAL RATES AND REGULAT[?] [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes P[?]pua Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 14 August 1914

POSTAL RATES AND R£CllLATfOlft •w . - — iV [Where the term "The Common wealth" is used in connection with tiiese rates and regulations it includes Prpua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. For every } ounce or fraction thereof. For delivery within the Common wealth ft 1 For delivery in t&e British Em pire 0 1 For delivery in the New Hebri<J»s, Banks, and Torres Island* ,. 9 I For delivery in other places .... 9 8) LETTER CAIUXB. For delivery within the CommonvaaMki .Singly, Id. e-aob; r»ply, Id. ««afe kail. For delivery in <£« Uriiiih Eaipir* (am list of places ead«r —Sto gie, Id. .each. For delivery ia Jfsw HebridM, Seeks, an.i Torres ltiajwli—&icgl«, 2d. eech. FoV delivery in otinr jAseea— 2jd. each. • POST CARDS. Single Eoetcmrde itnprnmd witb tbe Id. stamp, and Reply or double o*rd«, each half of which hoc the Id. »t&mp impressed thereon, may he transmitted to places within the Commonwealth, and to those placcB, enumerat...

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