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JACK DONALDSON ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 25 August 1914

JACK DONALDSON ABROAD. 'l'lie Iran/ friends of "Jack" Donaldson, tho world-famous podesti ian, will bn intoiested by tin: following extracts from n letter written by him fiom Manchester. As is known, ".Jack," with his trainer, HI. Tony, is still abioid, and of Into hue been combining business with pleasure in visit ing the beauty spots of Kngland, Ireland and Scotland. The champion states ho is enjoying tho best of healLli, and his friends will lie plonsed to learn of fresh laurels won by him : — l'l am stilting to aet into shapo a little now. I have been miming at a few places lately, and on Saturday 1 ran at Glasgow again. 1 told you I was {joint; to Editi borough. Well, we didn't go, but went to Losh Lomond instead, and a glorious trip it was. I have often heard them singing about Loch Lomond, hut never thought I would ever .see it. Tt is a bei.utiful spot. I'll ere are some lovely places in Scotlmd. I We went foi a lovely motor boat trip light around tha Loch. We ran a sports me...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Federal Elections. POLLING DAY. SATURDAY, 5TH SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 25 August 1914

Federal Elections. POLLING DAY. SATURDAY, Tmc SEPTEMBER. Tho public interest taken in the Euro pean war has .1 tendency to overshadow the General Elections, which are to li« held on Saturday, uth September, to the extent that many electors in_iy overlook elecLion day altogether. ' It is "the duty of all electors—men and women alike—even at the cost of personal inconvenience, to register iheir Votes without fail. Provision is made fur electors who may hu absent from their own subdivision on polling d»y to record their votes at any polling booth oil in iking a declaration .before the otticer ill charge of thu booth, as follows :—"I have not been uul shall not be to-day within the subdivision for which I mil enrolled, under conditions which would pel in it of my voting it a polling plice presciibed for . th it ■ isubdivi io.i." Tkj c tiuliil ites arellr^tv TlIS GRAMPIAN'S (One to be elected.) TllVINH, Hans*W. il! (liberal). v J ( Mj USY,<'13d ward F..'b.Lrilmr). J' TH1? SENA...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 25 August 1914

GOLF. riii! Infill cluii will be well represented Hit' iiiinnnHrmrniunent of the Weilder liuru i-Uib io ln» beli) next week. Some .Wn.liiisj been fr;r\vnri!ed fur the Various eventtJ,- wliieli nupport will be "IM'i'C'tiuteil Uy llie Weddevtmrn elub. . * I'Uying in ilio Men's 11-iniliotp in the K"lf tournament lust week, r Dr. G. W. Ueiavm succeeded in csUbliihintf n recind fur the inund. His curd lead thus Out, J. «, :i, :i, r>, :i, n, :s (U2); in, 4, :i, 5, •», 4, 5,:» (:u) ; tot:,), tit;. I At practice on S'ltnrdny J.vt Mrs A. 'iiinin^s eslnlilishod n record for tlio Indies with tlio following scorn :—Out, 4, 0, o, 4, 4, 4, i), 4, 4 ('ID) ; in, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 5, 7, 4 (40) ; total, 80.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 25 August 1914

The Kt'erotiJy of the Ingldwond HofpiUl (Mr ■ r S.-j.Djehle}." ucknowledsjen with thanks the "receipt iif tint following: — L30 from Thylewo id IVuougli Council. A Juvenilo Hull, plain mid fincy dre.u, in .lid of the patriotic fund, will he held in the Town Hull on Wednesday, September Tho schedule of 'ipulic ition-i to be heard nt « sitting of tlio Land Board to be held at the Ciimt, limine, Inylewood, nt 2 «i0 p.m. mi Friday next; is advertised e'se where. ■ The annual p arido nnJ examination of stallions will bo held on Friday next, nt 11 <i.hi., iic the Pelican Hotel yards. MrO. II. Fisher, of Koi ong Vale, olful-.i a reward for the recovery of sheep lost from I*.><vleit. Hesidents of Arnold and distiict flie reminded of the rally to liu held in the Ani.ild llall on Silii'iday ovonin<» by Mr. Hans Tii'iiie. Mr A. Gray, M L A , wi'l also address llie iiici4j.iin A record atteudj ance U anlieipa'.i'd. —A.' R Tiy-oni, "Ai.« vei tisei" Olli.v, In^...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 25 August 1914

•USir .88 NOTICES. PORTER'S "■ ■ ."■'■■■ i Winter Sale of Drapery, Boots and Shoes For ONE MONTH, Reductions in every Depart ment Millinery at Absolute Cost ALSO 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 Reduced . Special Prices in Tailoring for One Month Portmanteaus, Bags, Dress Baskets, Suit Cases, and for Travelling Trunks Special Vaiue " Phone 11 Come early "Here We are Again!" Arthur - - — Nixon, General Merchant I INGLEWOOD. Cordially invites the public of Inylewood and surrounding districts to "coine over .here" and inspect his large and varied •tocke. His qualities are second to none, and prices the very lowest. Those who are unoblc to visit Nixon's Stores will do well to write for quotations, when a reply per return post will be snll saitted. Goods carefully packed and sent per rail tame day as or...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 25 August 1914

■ Advertise Your District! ;toAI,[, WHOM IT. MAY .CONCERN. - If vi'ii wish vour district to gain prom .inmii'r do nut kC': ' the knowledge ot • Inrnl liiii'l"''i'i|L,N to yourself. If yon wish ' vi-iit" in which von "re interested to be . ««,](■ iml'l'f, j»s(- line to "The • I, .•(l| ii-cr" oilice in tunc to allow of iiicnlit ln'ing made for a reporter v in attend, or, failing Hint, Hy your own ' hnmi'at reporting. JWl. Wlier to nny Irn.,1 extent about- the composition of 'IfrtiVifu just write fully ami elenrly—the " editor will <!■' rost ' Wi'iliHni:^, deaths, accidents, concerts, •n,irt« .-trial sallicrin«!H and personal nnfn"'.'''"hs are nil of interest lo your neiidil',v ''rawing public atten tion I- district yon are doing a good work. Th-il ilii-rr is reason for this reminder is tint "iir t-Aiilt■ We have", unfortunately, 0 i„ir:i.-ul"iis power of knowing what in happening ill all the area served by Ihis • jour,,ni, I,ill are desirous, with your co • opcrali'Ui, "f l...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 25 August 1914

Borough Council. The fortnightly meeting of the council wns held on Kritluy evening. Present.— Ors. Ansett (Mayor), Ilonn, Boas, Hum, Donaldson, Jones,. Renslruv and Leigh. UOKUKSffiNKKyOK. From the Acting Deputy I'oatmaster Geueial, through Air. Ilnnii Irvine, noti fying that the election of a telephono lino from Tnglewood to Rhoohi, with an inter mediate eonneotion with Kir.gower, hid been completed, and telephones for the receipt and transmission nf teleurair.s and for public conversations hid heen installed at llie post, ollices at Rheolaand Kingmrnr. —Received, and on the motion of Crs. Don ildson and Ham n vote of thanks is to he sent to Mr. Irvine for his attention to the matter. From Registrar of Births and Deaths, reporting a death from "puliiion iry tuber culosis.—Received. From M. A. Grant, lion. sec. to Indies' Patriotic Fund, requesting subset iptinn — The Mayor sai.i the effort was one they were in duty bound to hell). A number of the neighboring municipalities were gi...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Janiember East. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 25 August 1914

Janiembet East (l'Voni mil- Coriespiimlent.) It is >\itb idil"it iitgreb 'hit "-e |i.v9 la rue id'..u> (I all ■; .Mrs Liei>:y, K^nr.. vri«'<»v <•! t,h lit1- Mr RiiSer Lie-.Uy,~:.t' V.ik." J luiiMiijur iiis!. Mif Lenny " ■« <>r":y iii f.>r -i few day., t!,u e.-.nsi' i 'Icn'. i) lv.i»u piv imnv.ia with heart .ii'.io. ^;ie lit'il at her tv-udence 'mi Fiid^y inmuiitu. The lesidents of '.his •mil smruundiuL: distticts were almost stunned when they heard the sad news. It, is only 12 months since the death of hor son, Mr Michael Leahy, occurred, and 12 month* previous to that that Mr Robert Leahy died. The sad blow which Iihs now ngaiu come to 'lie family is mi exceedingly hud one, iind they have the truest »nd deepest sympathy of all who know them. Mr iind Mis Leahy selected l.ind on the Serpentine '/leek some 40 yt'.irs a^o, and have c-iiiied on fat mini; ill' a prosperous way ever since, 'i'he family are widely known :md highly respected'....

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The Inglewood Advertiser TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 25 August 1914

lagicfcoob ^bfrirtiacr, TJ'KSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1014. An election which if attracting fair j interest is being fought between Messrs,! .1. T.Hnye<\'of Arnold, and A. Green, of 1 I.lanelly, for the representation of t lie i 'IVrmignihyruling of .the Bet Jiet shire ! Mr._ Hayes "is tlio, -retiring councillor.? Polling will take place on Thursday next,' between the hours of 8 a.in. and 4 p m ,: at booths situated at the WnaiiyHrrn and j I Llanellv State schools. j I It is with regret that wo announce the] j illness of Cr. P. W. Kiniry, of Korong] | Vale. Mr. Kiniry has heen indisposed J ' for some short time, and his illness .has, ( now been diagnosed as enteric fever, with 1 which complaint two members of his" family have recently been atllicted. Ilia many friends will wish . him a speedy recovery. I While Jnglewood has reason lo he proud of the size of the contingent it is sending'to the war, the departure of «o many young men from the town—from other than it patriotic view—i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 August 1914

Commonwealth J^g^Bank of Hustvalta HEAD OrFlCE SYDNEY , Wi^iiop«EHrdt::wn! GENERAL. BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Also Sydas*. Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, P.rlibaa*. harn^toa, TowrarUIe, tzi 1/jrAsm. , Otb> rensrttaccei vjidf to, and dra/:» d«»TJ ©a dire-?t. b;Hi Defoliated collected. Letters creJi; to an}" part of tht wor'd. rse^v.iated or forwarded Ijt conation. * Kane;-? «vJ. Etrhanye !ia«:ne« of erery d**.ript:on tnr.?vc:e-i *:thia thi Comxaoa* wealth, L*n!tM Kinjrdoja a-jd abroad. Carreot acco'av.* opened. In vet en paid oa fixed drptti&L Adrasoes m*d« afiirr.; appror*J fe-rjritiei. t SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT I Victorian Central Office: 317 COLLIN3 STREET, MELMU.1NL Brfcfteh«« in the abo»t ci:Iet and 2,000 Afrenciei at Port OS-res thro-ijhcut lb* CoaarcoawgaHk. Deposits frcm 1/* to £300. Interest at 3;, per annum. 1 iipQilt« or Withdrawal* caj be oad« *i aay Branch cz Ajcr.-r within the Cctcaaocwcfthfc 4 JAMES SELL Dmrr Cotuj...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 August 1914

Serious Chances | Aid Uken in neglecting a simple case of files. Any person takes serious chances in neglecting a simple cim of piles, This ivilmont lus a tendency to liecnme ehvonic, and llierc is also the danger of ulceration and Forming of lis-lulu, liotli voiy difficult to cure. The s ifesfc remedy for nny form of piles, whether itching or protnding, is l)oid's Ointment. -It causes no detention from daily occupation, and the many cures made !>y it. have made it famous in every cornir of the tvniM. It enjoys 11 greater demand and more enthusi'istic popularity than any other pile remedy ever placed on tiie mn'ket. Sir. W. t'almer, Fruiterer, lUooke sheet, Inglert'ood, siys "For years I was nflVcted with itching piles, and found them nuisr. dilhcult to treat. i\othin<; did 1 ino much good until [ olit'iiirod a pot of Doan's Ointmsnt at Hull's Pharmacy. This , p: opurntion soon »ave 1110 relief, and oventu-illy cnied 1119. I am nut in all weathers -ind often yet, and t...

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LODDON VALLEY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 August 1914

LODDON YATjLEY ASSt)CIATrON. Uur Arnold C:)iTC£p'mdeut writes:—9 Pliyimi inlli-j above association on Sat urihy lasc, .Arnold wore: lit lionie to Tar nupulljv. Tlieio w is not us 'Urge n crowd prosent as on previous occasions, owing to the counter -iiLlnictum of Newbiidge v. IiiUHticoont!. The gumo-wiis a poor out to witch, ns it'was altogether too ono sided. Arnold had Lhiiir be-it team on the field, wlnlo almost half tiF T'irnayiill i's "ciack" men were absent; -vTlie latter tij'ini was n ■ piinflnrntivi'ly iicam.iib of old pluyeis. In the hist r|iiirlei Arnold .'cored 4 goals 2 liplund.4 to in',-, und o they ever afterwards lielil th.iin .ei'jv - Tlio liual nunics were | Arnold, 0 no ils 1J hi hinds ; Tainngulla, !1 finals. Umr tlio winnois. practically tUc nholo teim played w.II. \V. Coll'ey, u . Jrnuii<> Incil player, w>i«, given u trial, and ptovod tint lie had no. .-upenor on the Uround. K.ir tho-loseis lltrding, Uiordan, Fnthei inxlianv, W Ininpi-y and Jenki...

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SPORTING. FOOTBALL. TARNAGULLA v. INGLEWOOD, [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 August 1914

SPORTING. FOOT MAM,. l'alinagultja v. inglewood, T/io (juu.3tion of supremacy between tho above Wednesday tuams was delinitely decided on Wednesday. Previously, of six matches played, oacli lnd won three, con u-qiiontly it was decided that a final be played "» tlic Arnold ground, as beini; n:utr.il territory. Both sides wero well represented, 'i'arnagullu having tho assis tuice of sever il senior 111011, while the Ingle wood team included F. Metolmann, w7 AinoM and W. Woir, of Arnold, and A Luitch, of Powlett. Tarnagulla won in onvincing fashion, tlu-ir superiority lying in their ruck play, in .I'hicli Harding was unnpproach ible. On I late dart In ui«f mr.d.j II uding car ried forward. Cnllcy and MeCninish dofonded,. but R. Whimpey aDd Kilgour returned and J. Sheldon forwarded. A crush about, goal followed, out of which Wondall snapped a sixer. A free to Tlionns and a dash down by McCamish brought Inglrtwood into evidence, but Kilgour and r>urchall rotuined to goal. Weir saved, ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Bet Bet Shire Election. TARNAGULLA RIDTNG. MR. A. GREEN RETURNED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 August 1914

Bet Bet Shire Election.'"" 'TARNAGULLA RIDTNG. MR. A. GIllflKN RETURNED. The ulttcbion for Lho Tarnngul l,i iidin» of Uii) Het ]>otshii'o vvn.x contested yesterday, ilie candidates ue.-e Mr. J. T. Hayes (rotirinK) „f Arnold, u.d Rlr. A. Oreo:,, of L.iinelly. Tlia rusiilt ww tlmt Mr Green iviis relumed, the voting '•eing WAANYAURA. Groon if. Il,ly-'s " 40 LLAMEMAV Green l]j| M'lycs ... .' 30 Totals—Oreon, 134; Hnyes, 79.

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ASSOCIATION FINAL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 August 1914

ASSOCrATIOX F1NA h. , 'HDiilimn d in IhsL issue, the picmipi Bliip liiuinis for Hie Knrnng Disti id, Centril n in l1L. rt.cuh'd on the NVddei J'">" Kiunim lo-mouow. HdiIi tt-ainf. "sing confident and in good fettle, n »nod match should lesult. />?, secretary of the Inglewood Hospital !i i Ueeblo), acknowledges with tiMiiKa tho receipt of the following : — (l01" AIr- V- Lanyoii, liamport, f'j ^ ne'lari! aiu' Co, proceuds of utile

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The Inglewood Advertiser, FRIDAY, AUGUST 28. 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 August 1914

&{?* Jttgletofr ^b&ntiscr, FIUDAY, AUG ('ST 28. 11114. ■\ mooting of tlu> Kheola lirancli of the IVnplo's I.Hio'ihI Paity was held at the Mechanics' Institute on Wednesday nighl. The chair was'occupied by the piesident. Mi- O'Brien. After rmitim; business, Mr Herring, nf Dur.olly. who is purely milked nut as a futuie legislator. tiave a very instructive address nn Liberalism, which was listened tn and llinriiuahly enjoyed by the members. A vote nf thinks to Mr llerrin", proposed by Mr J. J. () linen (president of the Shire of Koiong) and fee onded liy Mr Gladstone, brought (me of the best and In iiihtest meetings of the above lirnnch to « close.— A. E. Gladstone, | Hheohi. Tint the Uheola distiict is possessed of a commendable patriotic spirit is proved hy the fact th«.t the movement set on foot, to raise funds to amvide comforts for the expeditionary force lus lesulted in the sum of £22 7s lid being collected up tn the present, cither subscription li-ts h-tving y...

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Borung. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 August 1914

Borung. (From nur Correspnnriunt.j The rainfall from the 1st January to the piesent dutc h is been .'JDtf points. As a consequence Vhts yvass has yone, but in sf>ito of the dry weather many crops are looking in f=ni- condition. Farmers are »t piesent fallowing, but the ground is very hard. .Mr James, who Iris been in charge of the local lailwiy station fur the lust In months, his been promoted to Crowes, Beecli Forejf, mill left hist Friday for that placo. Duiitig his stay ;it Horuns; Mr James proved a very courteous and obliging officer. He was conespondent to tilts State school committee. Mr Ross, of the relieving stall', is at piesent in chaise. Kxtensfve repairs to the Uoning State 'school and residence aie in pioyress, Mr Kittson, of InuliMvood, being the contractor. (living to an outbreak of measles, the school has been closed for three weeks. The local footballers are premiers of the Central Glad.-toue Association.

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CALIVIL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 August 1914

CALIVIL. (From oiu Concspondent.) The Bruhn—liaikell concert company visited Ciilivil <111 Wednesd-iy, 19th inst., and met ivith 11 good reception from 11 fnirly well-lilled hnusc'. TI10 company consisted of Messrs. Uruhn, liarkell, Wil kinson and Currie, and Misses Bradbury and Walker. The items given by Mr. Itnrkell and Misses Ibadbury and Walker were much appieci ited, Mid encores were numerous to the point of unfairness to the ni lists. The comedians, Messm Wilkinson and Cuilie, rendered tliir histrionic per formances nugatoiy by the introduction of vulgarity, which is invariably the stock-in trade of the- mountebank, although it can not be said that the above-mentioned wearers of the motley are to be classed as such. Mr. Liiuhn's capabilities at the piano need no comments. A most success ful ball and the accompanying supper weie much en joyed. The total takings amounted to L14, and this, although cnns-iderably smaller than what his been taken at simi lar entertainmen...

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CHIEF PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 August 1914

CIIIKF PRESIDENT'S ADDRKSS. - Sir. Taylor then treated members to an instructive and interesting address on tlie doings 'uul objects of .the association as a whole. It was, lie stilted, a pleasure for liini to to b; present, hecitisn the large attendance evidenced the keen iricerest taken l>y mem bers in the affairs of the branch. He came from u branch which had a membeiship of 1300, and if itconld boast of the game ner-1 centage at quarterly meetings the hearis of its officers would be i:l:id. The regular •uUii'dilicc of mcinbet? was necessary in, order to encourage the'officer.*;/. To impress the -ic'.ions of the association upon those piesent lie would briefly igive I its histniy and tin1 causes which bionght it! into being. The idea was pi imai ily, to in culcate into the- minds of Australians a greater love for uul pride in their country. That ideal had to a certun exter.t been realised, because to-day they could see a splendid spiiit of'national sentiment :and loyalty expre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 28 August 1914

now tonkutualise dangerous STOMACH ACIDS. Feiv people besides physicians realise the frijpnrtauee of keeping the food contents of-j the stomach free fioiji acid fermentation. Healthy normal di<:e.-.ti:m cannot tal»e place while the delicate lining nf the sruiiiach is lining inflamed and dir-tended by acid arid wind—the results of feimenti.it; food in the stomach. To secure pel feet digestion, feimentatmu must be stopped or prexonted, and the acid neutralised. Fur this purpose physicians usually r.c.iin mend getting a little bisurated magnesia from the chemist and taking half a tea spoonful in a little hot or cold water im mediately after eating. They recommend bisurated magnesia because it is pleasant to take, has 110 disagreeable after effects, md instantly slops fermentation, neutia lises the uciit and makes the sour acid food bland, sneet, and easily digested. "J'he regular'Use of bisurated magnesia— be sill e you' get the bisurated, as other kinds of maunesja are nf l...

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