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Rheola. THE PATRIOTIC MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 1 September 1914

Bkeola. ■..'THE PATRIOTIC MOVEMENT. -/From, our Correspondent.) i -On Siturilay, August 22nd, honorary collectors made a liouso to house visitition ] nt llheoU and district. with the object of »ecuiiiix funis for the Australian branch of the British' lied Cross Society. This •lociat.y undertakes the caie of the sick and wounded of all Imperial and Australian .troops. The funds contributed havi been lent to the.lion.'K. Miller, ton. treaflirer Australian Red Cross Society. These fluids lire then sent to Kh<,'Iand, because the luse of operations being'.in Europe it if there .that- the sick and wounded are cared for.. .The sncietj; .establishes and maintain* hospitals and coiiviile'jcent hoines'.'Tliroiigh nut tho whole distiict ii hearty respoa-to ! Ims been made, arid to date tho sum of £34 2s.lms been received, Soino amounts have ttill tn come in< and will in due course be Milt on to headquarters. The committee of the. Rheohi branch sincerely thank all who so l...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 1 September 1914

i v.:.: msouksino ..OiviiiyL coiitliiiied dry weather, the c6niraittei:.of tli« l!ri"lije\v!ttci .North chili ,deoj'U'(l,l:ist wcet-1« iili-iiiil in l\e fixture lc liiive iicun held S"-uinrr<t\v; -•

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Bridgewater North. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 1 September 1914

. . . I Bridgewater North. J . (From out Correspondent.) ■ ' CHnoti Watson-, of Bendigot held com munion service on Sunday; and delivered a splendid sermon on the war. Hymns . fippro|iriito to the occasion were- sung by a Urge congregation, Mr E. Whiteman pi»- - siding at the orjian. .. Owing to the dry spell things are in a Jitdway. The crops are showing ttiyrta 'of- ■■ 'burning nil', and grass is a "thing of the | .past,

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Pierrots' Patrlotic Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 1 September 1914

< Pierrots' < Patriotic* Concert. Thi.« <:tei)[. b.j?ld at the Town Jfk!I on Friday Vveniogi ^as accorded fair'patron • ace, tlie receipts amounting to uboutXIO. Considering: the many calls being jnade I oii tlie public in the. aame'cause, tins can' only be regarded «s satisfactory.although no doubt the; Parrots would have wel comed a iholp- hi-arty response. The en tertainiueut,>w)i.'«li was. given jnnder the capable direction 'of Mrs. Wiggins, was entirely succersful, iind the efforts of.the performers gained merited and unstinted applause. K»ch item was appreciatively received, whibc, 'in. accordance with- the spirit of llie" -.'hoe, those <Mf»'patriotic nature were ps rricuJarly favored. - The Pierrots arv Vi he congratulated .upon their worthy ef oils in a good cause The. progrcimmp in: deUrj'l was as follows :rr OVjprtu|e,. Miss Reniiisoh; ■ patriotic chora«,"Pierrots'; *s.7«%r, " Young Tom o' Devon," Mr Sloan;' Kitiijr, "Chesepea...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 1 September 1914

; N6tice«. PORTER'S "Winter : Sale of Drapery, Boots and Shoes For ONE MONTH. Reductions in every Depart ment Millinery at Absolute Cost AL.80 Indies' Costumes, Coats ahd Skirts- > The largest Assortment of Ladies' and Children's Underclothing Overcoats* Blankets, . Rugs, Linos, Down Quilts, s.«, n > 20 ..per cent .Cheaper Splendid Selection en's Suits, Hats, Shirts, . Ties,' All Reduced Special Prices in Tailoring for One Month Portmanteaus, Bags, Dress Baskets, Suit Cases, and foi Travelling Trunks Special ■ -Value,...,. Phone 11 Come earlj "Here We are Again!" Arthur - - - - Nixon, General Merchant INGLEWOOD. Cordially invites the public of "IuElewood •lid aurfounding-dist;'iet£ t.o,"j«jme ,o$£t here" and inspect Iris large, $Hd varied ■tocks. His qualities are second to nont'T and prices the very lowest. Those who are unoble to visit Sixon's Stores will do well to write for quotations, when a replv per return post will be sub mitted. Goods carefully pacWcd arid sent pei ni...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 1 September 1914

Advertise Your District,! TO ATX WHO St IT JIAY CONCERN. • jf von wish votir district to gnin prom inence, Jo not. kc.S> (bo Iwiowlcdgo of local Imvi'iMiinus to you reel f. If you wish events i" which you ere ink'rested to be iiinilo public, just "J01> 11 line to "The -Aiivcrlircr" oilico in time- to allow of arrft»"C'llC,)'8 ''r>ng nuidc 'or a reporter to flHoiul, or, failing tlmt, try your own .(jnuiVat reporting. Pon't bother to any -groat ('Stunt about the composition of Articles; just, write fully and clearly—the editor will do the rest. Wcddintrs, deaths, accidents, conccrte, sports, social gatherings and personal MriiirravliH ire a" interest to your a'»'i by public atten tion t" vMir district you are doing a good work. Tli.'it there i.-i reason for this reminder ie 110! our fault AVe have, unfortunately, no miraculous power of knowing what "is .happening in nil the area served by this journal, but are desirous, with your co operation, of lessening our limitations. Wr...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Melbourne Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 1 September 1914

Melbourne Wool Sales. . The Aiistr'tliiin" Rentes >ml.' Jiloity i^e Cmnjj.iti'y Ltd. report: —We held our tint auction s tle of tallow tin WedBesdsy; I'tith injit,, »ail cleared practically the bulk of the olierings at prices ruling about ^.'.'i'l Us lower th*n. cloning rnfea. of lust' suluii; Competition .was confined to IochI ,miuiu fucturers, who took the hulk of.the oiler insjs. Shippeis ivero in attendance but did I nut' operate'. Qiuituti'iiit. — liest white ■nixed,' good-colour, £'2iVj medium, fnir colour,-£'24 ; average, £'22 10a to £2Ii 0.1; inferiocjand poor, £18 to £'21 111*. 'Skin».' —V>* it It .,jpther_ wool companion- we »ulit niittedn. cutulogija of tiheep skina on 27th nift. and cle'ired the bulk' of tlili .'.offering* at'thrfftUowiug pricesMerino*, 44d' to 4;'J.; comeback, line nod medium cross, 4;'d to 5Jd ; lincoln, 4|d to 4Jd.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Inglewood Advertiser, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 1 September 1914

T(7ESDAYV KPTKM ftKit 1, 1914. .. ,(>n tlie inf/fujvatiy/kp^.Cpni'.Uble Siiiith, Jjimes Willey wtwchartfad.at.the local d^iiifc oh S^tui*Ji»y^writJ| ■,P.rJi>t^Oj - jlOth Augyat leaving hishorse.and trap in Brooke-street without anyone ir^'charge' and' without having the ' wheel' iecurB'. Defendant pleaded guilty. Seniuc-conatahle Dunn, who prosecuted, snid a heavy penalty win riot asked for on this-Occasion. The caae) ..Would be a wavuiWg to others. ; In these .days of .lii'ttttr^niflic. particular cut# should ' lie taken liot'tii leave horses standing about; the"streets without anyone in charge. Mr 1 Morrow, ,T.I\, who presided', said that a» this was the first,case of,the kind for noma time defendant would' lie le'nitihtly dealt j witlifhu: hii UHiit;li.e care.ful in. the f(Hiue» | A line of 5* was imposed. Willejr asked that the liniijjjiouUriift*' Withdrawn 'itbil'-M ivould.place ^the t lunount in' the; hospital box.. His request was not grhlitdd;' " At .1 meeting held in....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 4 September 1914

PUBLIC NOTICES. Electric tram drivers wanied Good opening for smart young men. Permanent position. Particulars from II. w. Chauninir, Instructor, 211 I.ydiani Street, Ballarat. Strayed. Into my paddock at Kiery Flat. one Red and White Rulloek, no visible brand!!. Owner can obtain same by pay ing expenses. W. NEEDS, Korong Shire Patriotic Fund. \ T a Public Meeting convened by the irV President of the shire, .1 strong committee was formed to institute a Patriotic Fund covering tlie wliole of the shire. A cordial invitation is >riven by the committee to repiesentalives from all parts of the ehire to attend n Patrio'ic Demonstration in the New Hull, Wedder burn, on Wednesday, September !lth, at 8 p m Patriotic songs and addresses will be delivered. Patriotic citizens are invited to form committees in their own centres witli a view to assist in the movement. MR. JAS. TREBLE, •Treasurer. REV. K. j. 1)01)1) I Hon. J. II. STAFFORD! Seca. MEETINGS. ETC. Inglcwood Football Club. \ MEETING...

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MARCH. Bridgewater —"Tiberius." [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 4 September 1914

MARCH. Rridgewnter —'"Tiberius." Opening a mtle unatendv, out of tune. Repeat strain very nice. Soprano out of tune. Second time through a cornet seems to blow rather hard; tone continues very much out of tune. Brass section plavs with full tone, tongueing very lazy; should play with a clear ta tongue. Trio much better, hut cornet very rough; double ff good by basses; repeat again good; tone by bass section «ood: tonn graduations well watched; second time again too much blowing. Tone of band good. As you proceed you seein to tire a bit. Cornet plays crotchets rather forced; should be tenuto, no forzando. Bass solo , again good, but should be broader. A fair performance, the chief fault of which was overblowing, causing tone to be very rough and hard. 45 points. Bocrt.—"The Bravest of the Brave.!' Opens a little loosely; p cresc well ob served, euphonot neat enough in quavers. Cornet light but plays sweetly; tone light but nice; going nicely. Bass very ragged and tongueing not neat. ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Federal Issues. AUSTRALIA'S DEFENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 4 September 1914

Federal Issues.. AUSTRALIA'S DEFENCE. Whatever bold assertion can do for a pnrey will ho accomplished by tho Labor Manifesto issued by Mr Fisher a fow days a;o. In it. the Hider of Hie opposition, nsks some rhetorical questions. To whom w it duo that Australia can at. short notico send 'JO.OOO men fully equipped to fisjht the battles of the Empitc I To whom is it due that the Commonwealth Iris the most powerful and effective nivy in the Pacific, "excluding only Japan's" 1 And to these questions Mr l'ishar replied in the during words: "To tho Labor party alone these tiling* nro due." To this vaunt Mr Cook Ins answered in detail. showing that in 1909 Mr Deakin (•fiercd the Enipiro a dreadnought, "or Filch addition to its naval strength as may be determined after consultation it naval and military conference in London." He shows how later in tho same year Mr Deakin arranged by cable for tho construc tion of an armored cruiser of the Indefnti gable type, and of three unarmored ciuisprs ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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THE GRAMPIANS. MR. IRVINE'S CANDIDATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 4 September 1914

THE GRAMPIANS. MR. lltVINK'S CANDllJATL'IiK. With the close approach of pnllino Liberal workers throughout.lhe Gnunpisnj have been infusing fresh energy into their campaign, and special attention lias lieen given the Maryborough district. JlrJ.A. Menzies, Mr W. McDonald, Miss Measoti and Mrs Allen Inie been doini; organising wuik, and Mr llans Irvine has himseff spoken during the past week at Utaigie, Majorca, Cotsivold, (J.irislnook, Jiet Bet and Talbot. At each place lie was well received, and lie repot ts that the meetiogj generally have been bettor thin tliosu held under Liberal auspices prior in llie lust eleclion. This week Mr Irvine went U Melbourne for a few days, and concluded his c»mpai«c at Ararat, .Great'lVostein.ind Stawell. (A. 15. Tuysow, "Advcftiser OBice," Iti^letvood.) On Saturday evening list Mr Usui It vine, the Liberal candidate for the Grim pians, gave his linal address for the prejent campaign to the Arnold electors in the local hull, which wis literally'picke...

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North-Western District Band Content. WON BY WYCHEPROOF. KORONG VALE GAIN SECOND PLACE. "PLENTY OF SOUND, BUT LITTLE MUSIC." [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 4 September 1914

-m--- • - i rI -—11 tforttetetoi* Mitid jB&bdi Content. ' WON BY WYCHEPRObK. korong vale gain second place. "plenty of .sound, but little , music." This event, run in connection witli the live hriendo demonstration at Wedderlmrn on Wednesday, .wassuccessfully conducted, and doubtless moved a L'roafc fuefnr in flm success of the demonstration. Five Imndi" I computed, viz , Boorr, iiiid«owater, Ingle wood, K< rong Vale nnd Wyclieprnof. Two piecoa were ployed l>y each, a waltz nnd a march. Mr H. Niven, of Kaglehawk, acted ns adjudicator. Tho results of the i contest were nut made known until tlio interval of the concert was reached in the evening, when Mr Niven announced that tho Wycheproof hand h id beon successful (in ennying off first honors, with Korong tValo second. He had, he stated, been wailing all day to hear good playing, but had been veiy much disappointed. (A voico : You must bo denf.) Mr ftivon: Perhaps ho was, but at nil events he hud nob hoard any g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 4 September 1914

Earned, not Bought How Iwrd it often is to earn and miinUin a good leputstion, and limv easy it is to lose one. As with a n.all's reputation, sn it is wi:li other thi.ius in this life. Some tilings achieve a reputation which stays with them. They are founded on intrinsic value. .They face the public hacked up hy honesty, and win-Is their way quiatly and thoroughly. Penp'ii \wint t<o lietter proof of meiit tlian i-" iinnttined in the followinu Mpeuence. Mr. 0. K. S'lephuid, Tailor, Hrooke <treet, lnulewuod, says '"A lad of mine, almut thirteen years oT aj»e, aull'erod ntgoiid u«al noni.puns acros> llie luck atr.l weak ness. reused ruiiuus remedies", hut nil to no gnnd, nothing seemed ablo to tjive him iieuoanciit relief. At hist I wur ad vised to try Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, f i I got n hutlli! at onej. He soon slowed signs of iinpioioinont, and before he hud UaaJ the re.-oml but,(.le liw was quite well, free nf (he h.ickache and weakness. I at tribute h...

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The Inglewood Advertiser, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 4 September 1914

luglefooob ^pfortisei, i_ ■FIUDAY, SKPTKMBKR 4, 1914. | The secietary of the Ingiewoud Hospital (Mr S.. Deeble), acknowledges willil thanks t1>o receipt of tln> following -— L12 10s from in-patients ; t.l 4s from wut patients,. Tho treasurer of the Marong Patriotic Fund has received tlio following amounts:— Geo. H. Twisg, L5 ; Robert Nankrvell, Ij2 2s ; James D. and .John N. Steel, L2 2 s; J. T. lvyne, LI Is ; Hide, LI le; Cr .T. Carter, LI ; W. (J. Green, LI ; P. E. Whalebone,-LI ; 15. Hhhvi>, 10 s (id; T. Linsell, 10s : Mrs Palmer, setir, 10s ; Mi»s A. Holland, 5s (id ; Mrs Jtule, senr, us; Mrs Green, senr, 3s ; total, L1G ]2s. Sub scriptions may be handed to Messrs. J. T. Kyno, B. JJrown or W. R. Dixon. Up to 2Stli August J2G,.'I2I old age pen sions Iwd been granted in * ho Common wealth, but 31,!)li~ deaths and 50!W) can cellations reduced the number to 8!),2<>4 actually in fuice on that date, in New South Wales 45,!ll!7 claims h id beei» grant ed ; Victoi...

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SPORTING. FOOTBALL. LONDON VALLEY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 4 September 1914

SPORTING, i . F0( )TH A Mi. ' LODfON' YALLKY ASSOCIATION. Our. A.''tiold correspondent writes :— Playing iii. the itli<v>e association, Arnold visited Slit lbouina 011 Saturdny last,' and won .fairly .easily. ' There. was a Jaiije crowd present wifc)ie.cn the game. The lilt'se number "f vehicles,', horses, motor cirs, etc., and tv'"'- "limber of people that were moving *in<v n8f'' tho trees which sur round the pUyin^ ground gave the whole Hi) animitvd appei ranee. A meat, ileal j depended <vtt l.Li-e L'an ie, as a ivin liy Arnold gave il)eni t'ne vi^fil to play off for tho premiership with New bridge, but if Sliel iiounie had won. I.vin eeooiio and Arnold | j would have bail to play' for the ri»ht to I challenge Nuwbiid^e. The ivhole of thi* Laaitecoorie iilayers nnd suOl'orters were ■present urging 'bouruo on to victory. t'noUl had '.hei'* i.-tukuit, t.t vm out for the jyear, many nf tl eir players '/ Uling to turn out for thw imjK ttntife match....

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Fire Bridges De[?]blistition. A BRILLIANT SUCCESS. INGLEWOOD AGAIN WIN GRAND AGGREGATE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 4 September 1914

fee jlwiiiilss' 1 A IJIilLl^N'l1 Succi'iss. | inoMwood again, win grand (yggkeuat" The Wedclevburn I'ii. Us i* i •< highly coPj»V.»,nl'i!."'l ■ i; eniii' y ; lisfiictory • .f i. mmonsti.;! • n III on .y l;nl 111 cxprcr.- .i'J 'III liiigrtdo'; ''illiuglicrts IJ C:\iryout .'iu ■liMiionsti ii.idh its rriirHsuntiilivea at iha iiist meu'.iiu; of tliuiissoaintiou did not over usliintte tlio capr.bilities of tlmfc body, mid tho nrrnngoi»entr>'made weio a credit in, every respect. l'joy«l support t'ivon )>y fcliol townspeople resulted in n sple.ndid Kit. of| ttopliies being procuietl, while the public] responded libornlly to the call made fori their co-operation, the r».\to receipts total ling over £liO. The day whs a notable one in Woddorburn'shistoTy, tho town piesent ing An exceptionally intimated appearance . owing to tho very large influx of visitors. ■Speciil trains chartered from W'ycheprooC aud Bridgewater writs crowded. Tho ground, .Market Square, was irr.| excelle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 4 September 1914

S'Wften couching uiort>ils'souk ii halm, P^eir 1udi;h to eitsu, Llioir fonts to clip ITlioy uoto whar wiser onts procure, -Ajnd puich'isia "Woods' l'uppenmnt Cur* j,. It?; needs acanfc ur^umunt to bind, 8&md logic to ;i Hiipienb mind ; 4*1 d thus succehsivo proofs ensures 'Jfty a fume of Woods1 Peppermiut'Cure.^ j

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Federal Elections. Polling Day To-Morrow. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 4 September 1914

felecii6»r Polling Day TolMorrow. The election for the House of njiirp BeutativeB arid S«!im(p. will In- roi„ii1(.to l to-morrow, the hours i,i i.f.Uiiij. i16in'' from 8 a m. to 8 p m. Progress wires result will be uvitilivble n the "Adver tisev" Olllco till midnight. i . Tlio public iolcrus-t taken in tl,„ ipenti vriir Inif ^tendency to ovutxluwi,,^ the General Election*, winch win b# 1 hold to morrow ' (Saturday), i,, ,||(J extent that many electors m ly overtook election day altogether It is tliu iluty of nil electors—men women nlike—even at the cost of personal inconvenience, tn register their votes without fail. l'i(.vision is made for electors who limy lie ;,l>sent from their own subdivision on |n>llinmlw to record their votes ;it any pi>1 liny I on makiug.a declaration liefuie die ollit4t in charge of til0 booth, as follows 1,\ have uot been and shall not lie t«-<lAy within the subdivision f.n- which 1 enrolled, under conditions wliMi ^Mld peiuiit of my vo...

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POSTAL RATES AND RECULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with close rates and regulations it includes Prpaa, Lord [?]one Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 4 September 1914

POSTAL RATES AND RECULATlQtfl [*...<'11' t'ti> t'rru Thf iviM.lV ,'J u»«l ill cm,::,;n,,.-, „,i„ wl rates linn !emulationj it mchiclut IVnim Loi'd iJtiHu islunJ, and Noru,;;, l.K'ITKiiS. ' ' 'J l>or every J omico ur Inieiioti tin-roof. For delivery v.iU'in ills Coniujcu. iioa !l)i 0 I For delivery i:i tii-o liritish ICta- ; . I'irc 0 1 For delivery in ti.o Ne .v ijearifjti, lSa-.:ks, ami' 'lonvi Isl-ndo ..0 9 For delivery in other pUeea .... 0 E| L&VWll CAMX). For delivery v, iit-.ui tUo Cc;m:iiansraftHSi| Singly, Id. caoh; rojjly, Id. For delivery in Ujo British Kmpir» list «i places uadsr "L-ii-ws)—gj^. gle. Id. each. For delivery in Nov Hebridw)' 1Uo4m and Tone* liisml*—Slirjglo, 2d. Mc&j For delivery in other gi.sees— • 24d. each. ' P03TCABB3. Single Poatoafdo impressed nltl th« Id. utaiap, and iloply or double cardi each half of which hau the Id. Btamp impressed thereon, may bo transmitted to places within tho Commonwealth, and to tlioee placoB,...

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