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Arnold, FANCY DRESS BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 September 1914

Arnold, FANCY DRESS ]JAU„ I (I'10111 our Correspondent.} i tie Simpson's Creek Excelsior Ten ms| Clubs annual plain and fancy dress ball long- ago became known as the most popular event held locally. It (u||v maintained that reputation on Tuesday evening last, when both dancing room and the spectators' platform were over wW6, i 11 ,"'as an ^8 house. This was ^3 less than last year, but when the war and drought are taken into con sideration this is equally as good under the circumstanccs. The hall had been prettily decorated by the working com mi tee, greenery and flags being taste fully arranged, while a late photo of the King iield a prominent position. Heine Wattle Day, the hall was abundantly decorated with this bloom. There were many fancy costumes pre sent, representing many different char acters, and no two were alike. When these became mingled in the dances the spectacle was a most striking and pleas ing one. The ball was opened by the singing of the National Anthem. Dr. Dera...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 September 1914

X ... - FREE X ; ,. ' A Chauce For EVSryoLie'. '"'V r . \ Wo aro ciy'ngr away FREE * .; . A Beautiful AH-Over Lace Bloiiise Length With eecU of our Parcels of Beautiful l.ace and insortiort of Different Widths and J.ovely Designs. Sent post free on receipt of P.N. for 5» llil. . . And with our 2a lid Parcel of !<ice mid Insertion (sent post freo^ wo' are giving away Free a Packet of Beautiful Assorted Post Carcis. • Why Hot Be Your Own Dressmaker? ^ By trvinE one of our "Cut to-Measure" Qne-Piece Dress Lengths of Goad, Durable Material, all ready for making without previous experience £«nd neck, buet, waist, neck to waist, hips and length of skirt meaiureraentB. Sant poet free on receipt of P.N. for 5s lid. Our J.Cxtra Quality 9a lid (post -free), "Cut-to-Measnre" Cne Piece Dress l.engtli is Unequalled Value. Please mention this Paper. MAD A TIE LESLIE. . The Famous "Cut-to-Measuro'\ Pattern House,. Y 18 West street, Paddington, Sydney. x THE FARMER'S CAR. The 25 h.p. 4-0...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Simpson's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 September 1914

. Simpson's Creek. A very pleasant function tonic [ilacs sit "Isalea," the residence of Mr C. Higgn, of Arnold, on Kriday evening' lust, the Deci sion being .1 presenUtion ..to MU< Annie Metelin-inn l>y tlie Indies' Guild of Arnold Oil th« eve of her nppioaching marriage to Mr A. Jennings, of Newbridge. Mr Allen Urownbill wa; voted to the chair, and in the couise of his t■ |»e 11 i 1 >lt ri'nmrk« said that the members of the Indies Guild luid called them together that evening for the purpose of making a preneiitation to Miss Annia Metclmami cm the eve of tier approaching marriage .as a, token of the appreciation of the'woikVwhich she linl done as the secretary of Lhti Guild. Speak ing personally in coiincclion with Mis< Melelni'innv l|e could say she mis a. gill possessing many accomplishments and <rit|| vciy winning ways ; 111 short, a tiit l n<e< sessing grot personally. Mfus AKt^I||jHiii) was, li favorite ty|th fljj' "p...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 September 1914

„ f'l.VES INSTANT RELIEF. fruir,1' /i* •\'fara 1 littve been a Buffered SSuoi I"! .SritM Mr> K' J'l'i'P". itlatku' 7 Jj"Ln°w w'>ei> I get these DiarrlirJ Chainlterlaiii'H Colic and 'Be imml' r' ! "u> ,iv' ai"l ''"il tlmt it gives reccAn',',,ltIatit!,,ollef-. 1 confidently Mimiliinu .'J l-r col!u or ot',er stomach '.""MU relief"'°£Vl I*6 iv M t"" -8'Ve itOMkMni J t .JennuiM IuyJewood *pj Myafr-ww:

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 September 1914

PUBLIC NOTICES. FM.KCTRIC TRAM DV.IVRR3 wanted i Good opening for smart young men. Permanent position. Particulars from H. W. Cliauning, Instructor, 211 Ly.diard. Street, Ballarat. '■ THANKS, * MRS. >1. GODpRKY and Family desire to acknowledge with sincere thanks the kindness and sympathy shown to tliein-in their recent sad bereavement.. Inglewood Patriotic Fund. c 'IMIE Final Meeting of Collectors, and " other ladies Interested in the above ! will ho liol<l at the Ta\vn Hall, Iii'glewooJ, ' oil Friday, September P.th, 1914, lit 8 p.m. 1 Citizen's who'have been inadvertently missed in the canvass of the Roronjrh and District, hnt. would like to assist in the movement, are reijnested to forward their donations to Mrs C. Ansett; Verdon Street, Inglewood. M. A. GRANT, '• lion. Secretary,. - . . Jf.iy AMUSEMENT*. Wednesday, 9th September. A Jl'VENIbK Fancy Ores* Patriotic jT\. Ball will he held in the Town Hall on the above dite. l.ady, Is; Gent, 2»; l"*Uiily, 3s. Ladies p...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 September 1914

K<a Bronchial Couglm Uku WiiniU" IVppennint Cure, If Kil > 1UI) TO. LAV "UK WITH COI.i) "1 had h severe colli acconipnnie.1 will) distressii:# p^iiis in 111" 8ij>l liv' Irt lay up," writes Mr. Hi n iti, .11 Kit* tceraltl street, North T'ert'h, W.A. "1 !•«'<! tried all aorta-of inulii-iri 'j, h:i'. intliiiij did me 1 lit* nlij;hlei>t j»ood. ilavinz Chamberlain'* Cnueli Keniedy in stock f tried that, and it (rave me instant relief And I was quickly enred. Best of all I have remained " cured." S d I hi' Jennings, storekeeper Iii-dewnnd an J Mysia- \ i ^

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 September 1914

8USI' SB NOTICE*. ' PORTER'S 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 Hen's Suits, Hats, Shirts, Ties, 111 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 INGLEWOOD. Cordially" invites the public of Jnglewood tntf surrounding districts to "come over h»re" and irfiwt kil large and variei? . stocks. His qualities are second to none, and pricei the yery lowest. Those who are unoble to visit Nixon's! Stores will do well to write for quotations, ] when a replv per return post will be sub mitted. Good* carefully packed and sent per) rail fame day as order received...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 September 1914

Advertise Your District! TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCKRN. ,.juJ) vour district to gain prom JTdonot ke.'W the knowledge of K append to yourself. If.yon wisl. in which you are mlorcBted to be eVC^ , h ' inHt riiop a line to "The flrtW "' ollifo In ti.no to allow of frrangcmenlu being made for a reporter L altend, or, failing-that, iv your own h.nd at reporting. Don't bothor to any h"', ,,'vte'it about the composition of £ &U? just" write fully and olenrly-the editor will d.. the rest, WiMldin"" deaths, accidents, concerts, social gflfheringH and personal wwcVaH'« 1,rc !,1V of- inU'rMt 10 ?;our mJthliors, a"'l l»>* drawing public atten tion to your district ynu arc doing a good work. Tint tbere is reason for this reminder is „f,t our fmilt. Wo have, unfortunately, no wirin'iil"ii-tt power of knowing what u happening in all the area served by th.s journal, l"iit are desirous, with your co operation, of lessening our limitations. Write the names of persons and places distinctly. W...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 September 1914

For iinuglu iijii Gdidi, r*ke-Woods' Pt^iperminf fJms,

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Federal Elections. CLOSE CONTEST FOR GRAMPIANS. LABOR'S POSITION IMPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 September 1914

Federal Eleetlene. CLOSE CONTEST FOR GRAMPIANS. LABOR'S POSITION IMPROVED. The threat trial of the Commonwealth';! | voting strength took place on Saturday,! whin the. federal elections were held. While returns are not yet complete, indi nation* all' point to the position of the partiee being reversed, and Labor being returned with • majority in both Houses. Polling proceeded quietty locally, and in orderly fashion. Qreat aotivity in bringing electors to the poll was evinced by the committees of each candidate. In the even inn the "Advertiser" wires were eagerly availed of by a large crowd, which did not disperse until the early hours of Sunday morning. Mr J. W. ltidge acted as re turning officer, with the Mayor as assist ant, and Messrs. D. Cooper and E. Jen nings as poll clerks. Mr. G. Nixon acted as scrutineer for Mr, Irvin/% and Messrs \V. Butcher and W. Palmer for Mr Jnlley. Naturally, chief interest centred in the contest for the Grampians, and the an nouncement that the local...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Inglewood Volunteers Visit Homes. AN ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 8 September 1914

lnglewood Volunteers Visit Homes. AN ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION. Most of the volunteers in camp at Broad meadows have, during the past week or two, been granted leave of absence to re-visit their homes before leaving Aus tralia. Inglewood people have been waiting with interest the return of the local men, and when it was known they would return on Saturday arrangements were at once set on foot for their suitable reception. The   Shortness of time prevented these being completed as thoroughly as was desired, but efforts put forth by the Mayor, Rev. C A. Grant and other townsmen were ably seconded by the general public, the result being one of the best attended and most successful functions ever known locally. On their arrival at midday on Saturday the soldiers were allowed to depart quietly with their relatires, but nevertheless were unofficially given a hearty and cordial   meeting. All looked greatly improved by their brief sojourn in camp, and looked every in...

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

motors, AND CYCLES. 1 THE INGLEWOOO MOTOR GARRGE Specialises in nil classes nf Engineering. Motor Elcctrical Mochanical. Oars for Hire at All HoursJ Id the charge of compelent_driversJ Notetiikse Special Fkatlt.es: Plant is ri^ht Up-to-date. All Work undertaken and satis faction guaranteed. All Lathe Work is done 011 the " premises at a moment's notice, thus saving patrons much de lay. Oil, Gas and Petrol Engines repaired and supplied, ■loctrical Work a specialty. Sole Agent for: Massey, Imperial and lied Bird CYCLES and SUPPLIES. , B.S.A. Cycles Built to Order, with latest improvements. INGLEWOOP MOTOR GARAGE A. W. ROCHESTER PROPRIETOR N OW lis THE TIME TO liUY LAND L»i as Enow Your Requirements *t once. A Penny Stamp will do it. We will do the rest. IV TOII WANT Wheat Growing Country Sheep Grazing or Irrigable Land for Dairying WE CAN SUPPLY YOU Ovtng to onr immense success in the pMt ■a Land Salesmen, we have the Choicest Farms in Victoria ob oar books for sale. Alf. E. Wallis &a...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Inglewood Advertiser. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 September 1914

tyt iuglefoooii ^bbtrtiser, FRIDAY, SEl'TKMI5KU 11, 1014. "'The usual fortnightly meeting of thuloc!1' brunch A N.A. was held on Tuesday even ing, when there was a fair attendance of membeis. The piesideiit (Mr. «>• l Denigan) presided. One benefit membei was elected. The sick leport .'bowed three members on the fund", and sick pay nninuuting to 1.5 :is 4d was passed for pay ment. The secretary of the Tnglewood Hofpital (Mr S. Deeblu), acknowledges with thanks the receipt of the following L7 10s from Shire of Charlton. The date for holding the local Hospital Sunday eft'oit in a:d of tho funds ot the institution has been lixcd for Sunday, K th October. Finality his not yet been reached in connection with the polling for the Gram pian?, the whole of the absentee votes not laving yet been counted. iho late:.t returns placed the candidates thus • — Jolley, H.•>!»-' : I''vine. 1;''''l8llv . * .e counting of the votes proceeds Jir Jo.Iey is likely to increase his lead. A juvenile (l...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 September 1914

GOVERNMENT NOTICE*. Department of Public Works. ^ rpENUKItS will be received until Twelve 1.' o'clock on Thursday, thelst October, 1914. for Repairs to Sctiool Additions to residence Slate Soliinl 2443, Quambatook, Deposit, if). Security, £5 per cent. Parti, iilms ami Uomlitiona may i>e I learnt at Public: Works Cilice, and at the ! Police .Station, In»U'wood The lowest ' or nnv tender not nm'SBuril.v accepted. | ' K. HAGELTIIORN, I Commissioner of Public Worka. i Melbourne, 2nd September, 10^. Wolfe's Schnapps" the Worl d's Nightcap. Buy Whole Bottlea. PUBLIC NOTICES. Inglewood Hospital. (Incorporated.! HOSPITAL SUNDAY AT GROUNDS, SUNDAY, IStli OCTOBER. Public Notice. . PATRIOTIC LEQURE. CHIEF OFFICER MARSHALL, nf the Country Fire Brigades Board, will give n Lecturette on "The War" in the Town Hall on Wednesday, IGth Septem ber, at. 8 o'clock. Admission free. Col lection in aid of Patriotic Fund. The lecturette will be under the auspicea'of the Inglewood Fire Brigade. "i -rMUEKo...

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OBITUARY. MRS. JENNINGS, SENR. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 September 1914

OBITUARY.; MIIS. JENNINGS, SENK, : i; ' Thou«U nol; altogether ufifcxpeo'ed, the dentil dm in<: Tuesday night of Mrs Jon uingp, widow of the late Mr Win. Jennings, and mother ;of the Messrs Jennings, merchants, of Inglewood aiid-Mysia, caused widespread regret. The deceased lady li i'l lint been in good houltli for gome time, unci deith was not unexpected. Though not given to mixing in public movements apart from those in nid of-her church (Presby terian), Mis Jennings whs'of a generous, warm hearted disposition, and always give prompt .»nd liberal responses to appeals on behalf of dimity, besides assisting in a quiet, unostentatious manner very many deserving cisrs of a private nature. [lei death, which is much regretted by all classes of the community, removes one of the oldest residents of the borough. The family Ins tljd sympathy of townspeople generally in tltejr b.eieaj'enient. The funeral, \yhich Wi>§ largely attended, took place to the local cemetery yesterday,...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PATRICK HAYES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 September 1914

PATRICK HAYES. The dentil »f Pitiiek Hayes, who wnt admitted to I lie Hospital from Kmnng Vale mi the 4til in<t, took'place 011 Wednesday. The deceased ivns H7 years of age, and (lie mine of death was double pnpiiiiionii'. Tile deceased ivas a son of Mih Hayes, a rosi dent of liigluirni.d, residing near the Jl.C. Convent.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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LEICHARDT. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 September 1914

LEICHARDT. K iin U urgently needed after tlio heat ■Inil licit winds which weie experienced nt the lie»inninn nf this week. A cold change, attended with Ii«{ht t.l|oivers, set in on Wednesday, lint only lusted for' a' short time. Oio|js are >lill holding out, some nf them Leing a foot hi«h. Late crops ait enpeiiencinn a haid time, and it will La marvellous if they come tf>, the tipuning stage. Karinera are still hopeful of »\ big Tlio Hev Mr Clmriibcrs giive nil interest ing It cturo on Tuesday /m 'Mission niy WV.rk in N,■ w Hi it.,in rind Is-lands," illustrated liy it veiy lino set of pktuii'8, some of which were unique. Mi' Chirntiers tpent 17 years there «s » niUsionuiy, unci hja description of the natives, their cim tojjif, t)io plimf life and indiist. was verjr.jnitruptiye, " "

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Mining Accident. ONE MAN KILLED. THREE INJURED. Tarnagulla, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 September 1914

Mining Accident. ONE MAN KILLED. THREE INJURED. Tiirnagulln, Thursd'iy. inrouyh mii cxplosinti of dynamite which occurred at the Greiit Poseidon mine nt about 1 ,J() o'clock this, morning, one timri wiis killed and llueo others wore sli»htly injured. Thu name :<if the unfortunnto nnin who whs killed in J;unHurley, n lesident of Miiryliorough. 'I'lto injured men were Messrs Treel.y, of Newbridge, »nd Mitchell nnd Wrote,' of Maryborough. An inquest will ho held this afternoon. JIio men were employed on the night shift nnd were woiking underground.

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The Federal Elections. AFTER THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 September 1914

The Federal Elections. AFTKK THK POLL. Happily, the Fudei-.il elections will lie of I the pastbefoic these lines appear iu ptiiit; happily, ton, lliey liare been conducted) without nny inatmiul lessening of tlio kindly j feeling of tlio mutual conliduncoso essential in 11 great national crisis. Australians me now free to forget tint they iiro Liberals or Liborites, to romeinlici only that I hey i»re sons and daughters of the Common wealth, and (here is much to ho drma in the immediate fulure III which to fail may mean destruction of nil value, ami which can lie successfully carried llirouiih only if we me a thoroughly united people. '1'hit 'ire nre united, the very f.iiluro of polii.i cians ill either camp to draw the electms to gatherings at which thuy dwelt on mere pally mutters, was proof conclusive. Tlio 'greater has driven out the less ; a grim ■ determination to preserve our national life . has temporarily ended disputes as to the better fashioning of the details of that lilo....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 September 1914

"f one iUld sir, For ' ?-v' Ju,y oi Juno, Wh,!'' ' Pont! " K'vu J'"u l"110' \V|iul - yi,u rc out °f tune. Aiul"'f"" sn,Hzo "'id shiver so, ; Somu '""thing curt*, Foi \v " S1U,° onu nn(l 'M>x . uiula Great Peppermint Cure.

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