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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 September 1914
BU8I' as 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 INGLEWOOD. Cordially invites tlie public of Inglewood and Burroun-ii'ia districts to "come over hare" and injpjct his large and varied atooka. His qualities are second to none, and prices the very lowest. Those who tire unoble to visit Nixon's Stores wijl do well to write for quotations, when a reply per return post will be sub mitted. Goods carefullv packed and gent per rail same day as order rec...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 September 1914
Advertise Your District! o TO AM' WJK'M IT MAY CONtJKKN. I If you wish your district to gain prom inence, do not knowledge of local happening* your.wli. If yon wish »venta in which yon »re interested lo he jaade public, just rm.p a lino to "The Advertiser" ollico in fi:nc to allow of arrangements being made .'or i reporter to attend, or, failing lliat, try your own h»nd at. reporting. bother to any] great extent a bout. the composition on articles; ju^t write fully and elcarlv—the I editor will do 1 in; rest. Weddings-', deaths, accidents, concerts, (ports, uncial gattieiings ami personal ptraerfi'liH are all of interest to your neighbor?, ami by drawing public. atten tion to yiiiir district yon are doing a good work. That 11 iciv i:- reason fur ilnV reminder i« not om fv.iilt We Im ve, unfortunately, no jiiinii'iihaii' power i,f knowing what is happening b; all 1 In-area served by this journal. I't:t :ir&lt;> ih^iroiic, Willi ymir co opt*rj>ti«>r:. "I k'.-.-eiii:ig...
Church Notices. ANGLICAN. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 September 1914
Church Notices. AKG17ICAN. PUN DAY, SF.PTKM RKR 1 11 &lt;• • Inglewood— 8 n.111., II.C. 11 n.m., Mattina. : .,7 p.m., .Kvchhoiik, ■KimpBn^,I?>Oreek— ' ' S p;m..; *Kvenkpng • .'..•Kingowen-!-;' , , . ■■ ... 2.45 p.m., Evensong j ' All'sefVicM bv I lie Vicar. ' Korong Vftlo— 11 a.m., Maltins. 7 p.m., Kvensong. Powlett - :i p.m., Kvensong AH services by Mr. Walter Wnlteis.
INDIGESTION. WHY IT IS SO COMMON. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 September 1914
INDIGESTION. WHY IT IS SO COMMON. Tlie strenuous modern lifo ivo le*d often Upsets tlie digestive system. Then, ton, *otiy, nvcnvoik, anxieties of v:uioun.sutLi, excitement, lute houis, trying climatic conditions, laelt of exeicUo, art eaoh ami nil ctpdile of luingin;; about a deranged condition of the Hoinaeh. Add to these ticcssive tea drinking, to which many of u&lt; must plead «uilty, and you cm see clearly enough why indigestion is so com mon. To iv.ii.l indigestion, and its distiessinn . *>'in|itmiis, you must take an occasional dusa (if Mother Seigel's Syrup. But to Lini-!i indigestion arid its Health destroying .dltttts, its ptinsund discomforts, you must - take n regul ir course of Mother Seigel's - Syitip. There ini't a leui-dy in existence that cm cuvl' y ti a m.co if yon Imvo been •\ Miffeiinii fui „ |,l||ii tiiiit", hut. quick telief ■ ®a'd eventful iis!niiilii>ii to good health euittiidy w«ll. within the ' powe'ts of ^|etlk't i-^el's S}'iu|:,. iml qstii(l...
Marong Presbyterian Fair. SUCCESSFUL EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 September 1914
Marong Presbyterian Fair. SUCCESSFUL EFFORT. The jubilee fair so successfully inaugu j-ited on Wednesday, 2nd inst, to celebrate the building of the new churcli, was ■ brought to a conclusion on Saturday even in? last. The interest manifested and the results achieved fur exceeded the most stnguine expectations. There was a largo ijttendance eicli evening, and especially on Thursday, when members of the Etgle lw»k A.N.A. Dramatic Co., under th» ilireotion of Miss Lily Walker, gave a flioit prolamine, including a humorous iccne, "My Turn Next," in which the leading pait was well sustained by Mr W. Anderson. • • In the competitions the following were the results: • Nail driving, for ladies, Miss F. Wilsiiii ; hat trimming for men, Mr J. '•"Crack ; iiamini; weight of dieased carcase of lamli, Messrs j. MePherson and J. Green, STilli, eijual. The judges, Mesdamns Cat ford, J. Sin illey, and Morrison, of Eiglu hiirk, made the following awards in the cookery contests : —Best fancy collecti...
Hard to Bear. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 September 1914
Hard to Bear. I When the luck nclies and u.iins «o badly tint you can't work, can't rest, can't eat, can't sleep, it's hurt! to hear. Thousands of '.ichiiii; backs Imvu hiien relieved and cuied. Pei-plo aie lenniii'4 that backache pains crint a frnm weak kidney.-; I lint Qinn'a ISickaehe Kidiiey • IJill-i cure' oje'ry kidnoy ill, cure bladder1 tini|b|es, qrlnarj dNonlnr, dropsy. lloijd tliis te.-lii||on/ ti) ihe merit of tl|e jjreatest of kidney xpt'cilju^, Mr L II Olit'l-«»X. [£/lt'nn&lt;r HHIN5- — "A mem her &lt;if my fiuiily suli'.ired Hj;ony from liaekaohp, c msi'd liy Urn kidney." not working properly. Tim piin centiod in the small of ;hi; Imck, nnd was lit times so severe that every moment me'int positive torture. Other symptoms'of kidney tronlila wern had headiohe, dizzy attacks and din ordored secretions. D.mn's, Hackacha Kidney Pills wore ono day recmimendijd to us, so ivu »ot some, and tlioy proved n blessing, livo Inttles ellectinE h euro, Twelve months li...
POMPAPIEL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 September 1914
POMPAPIEC,. At llio last halo shoot 83 hare* wore secuied 1>y the t;un cluh. TIih concluded tliu .shout im; 'o: thoKoason. A highly successful children's conceit was held in the C.ilivd 1 Hull on Fridty evt'nlii)!, -Ill) inst., hy tlje pupils of Mrs. M'Cauley, inii-ic teacher of "Hro.tdimrsli," Pompipi.il. 'I'lio wuithVr >v:u beautifully line, .uiil tho huildinu -n'.is picked. The performance • >v:is.. highly. creclii/iMc, con sidering Mis. M'O'iiuley. lias only lieen in the distiict U'o years. The .-younger' oliil drou. especully : wove very nood. Cr. D. Coutts of Myaii, presided. . At tho ew e'.UMim ill this programme the clilinnm meve-1 H vote of th inks to Mrs M'Oauley and the perfonnurs for tl|eir (ilforts to pijie funclsto pi|icljn>o a pi ma fur the Poinpir pi el St ito school. This iv t> seconded hy Mr. J. A. Sin ti t, of the:school c muniltoe, and cariied. Mr. 3tu irfc moveda vote nf thanks to the oil ilrnrin,; ivhieh mis dirtied. Tho ivlmlo audionae tlion.j l...
Myself Und Gott. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 September 1914
Myself Und Gott. In 18!»" the Emperor Wil)i»ni nf Ger many delivered a speech upon tlio divine right of '«« own special mission on eiiitli. Mr A. M. It. Gordon, u journa list nil tlio "Montreal Herald," thereupon Kioto tlio following li.nof, which hadat that] jnrci il limo ft tremendous vogue through-1 out lliu Kinpiro, and mo no less apropos' in tliu prcsnit juncture of nUairn f Dor Ivti^or of I (lis Fat lioi huul 1,'ml Ooli"" dinga command Vb t« n—«cli Don't you understand 'I Myself— n"d G-ilt; Ho ruyiirf i" Urtifen and always slii.ll, I7fid muin "tni Kmliiro don'd vas shnmll, Kin iioWu 1/iir I dink? you cull Myself—und Gott. Vile some men sing dor Power Divine, Main soldier* sing "Der NVhcIi urn Hhein," Uml i( ink do health in n lVieinhh nine , 01 mo—uud Gott. Dero's Krnice, b!iu swaggers nil uroumlt, Sho's »u.«g«»P'o't't&lt; nv, much wo tliink she dim t amount, Myself—und Gott. Sho rill not (Uro to fiaht iisruin, n.lt ,f eho sliould'. I'll shoiv her M*in Dot KIm'* (unl1 ...
SPORTING. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 September 1914
SPORTING. FOOTBALL. " The return mutch between Ithenlii and Kingower took place at Rheola on SUutdny lust. As the Arnold team were not engiged in any match, the nrijni it v of Li)oir players took the oppoitunity of getting a little practice for the fotthcnnunv association linal, an equal number playing f.,r each side. Kintj.iwer won after a good, even game. Jn the first cjuirter the best font ball ivas ?!|0«rn, wjiert Kingmver,' aided by the - wind. Kcqrgd'j goil :|bel}inUs to nil. On (he change Hhei.l» took a ||,ltKl, and' kicked I goal'I behind to J behind scared by Kingower. The play in the third term wis of a scrambling natiiie, with Ifingowei n l"B-rtjfat-ossiand, they increased their tiy J «0'il 4 lieliinds. llhunlu i] M nut scmo. The play was omiUned mostly to the left iviiijj in the l.isb qnirter, an the wind was then lil.uving aoross the ground. IJhuiilndidallt.hu sonrimj this terin, oli taininv 1 anal :t liohinds to nil. The linal semes iveie i-Kinsjower, 2 goals 8 liehind...
BRIDGEWATER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 September 1914
BRIDtfEWATER. - A concert aii'I social took place in tha Mechanic*' HftU on Tuesday nisht in aid of the Red Cru«s Fund. A parcel oi' a donation whs demanded for admission, and there was a large attendance. Cr. James Bailey occupied the chair. The Bridgewater Brass Band playedselections in front of the hall prior to the concert. '(he chairman gave a stirring patriotic address, and a good programme of songs, etc., was none through, the openine item being a piano dnet by Misses I*. Richards and I/oris Stewart Patriotic songs were rendered by Master John Scott, .Misses Berl Wvlie and J. Kirk, Mc^lames Scott anil .(.'Jenkins, jnnr.,- Messrs C. Barge atid J. Sloan, and a recitation by Mr. G. iRuntmg. The arrangements rellect much" credit upon Mr. William, secretary, an-l the eqiniijittep. A splendid supper, pro vided by t|ie ladies'J' was partaken of at the clcse of tlie eopcci't. Urtuc-jtiy wis then indulged in by lite young people, the music ueuis supplied by Messn Hol land Bros., Mr. F...
The Season's Prospacts [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 September 1914
The Season's Prospacts ■ o The oxceeditia scmtiness of the ivinigr v\ins in tho Malice, capped l>y an iUiici,t InlttMiluU'ly dry Augutt, Invu m ule th.j mi' I look liolh for crops uii'l '.trass as hit! is it ivull could l>u. Grw i-&lt; i'1"" mo -, uiily lint veiy sscuce, -uul oivners nf stw.l; nva finding it veiy diflionlt to provi.lu f^.J f„r tlicm, sitirl evun wlioro there aio good f,i.'. dur icsoivch in the shapo of Macks of |Uy and straw thuse 1110 bmn^ so fioi-ly di.uvu upon that in h .^Ixn t lime only :i fuw fmns >vill have ;iny left. Sheep are c insiMpicntly (letting low in condition, and the 1 un'is „t0 Slot liki.-ly'.o piovide in*ny "fieiv.ors" tlii-t lyeivr. Wlioic sheep aiu shoin they jiiio gwuually vety thin and tlmttacco Clop* sown failly curly and ou well workoil ' fillovv, especially oil sillily soils, hvh still 'green and c.ipahle of responding to * y.uul 'spring 1'iin, 'nit for nil others tliu c.isu is hopoioss. 'io these troubles lias to he 'add-id...
SCULLING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 September 1914
■SCMLLlNlj. ll>e mutch fur the Kcullina clmmpion-iliip ofllio world,. Iiutween Il.irfy, of K.mUn.l, .ind Paddon, &lt;.f Austnili-i, wis rowed on the 1 jinnies mi Monday,. padtj,,,, won tile toss ami Ionic- tlie Surrey .station f|ja li.iuy led at Hie stmt, luit Puddon led liy Imlf a luiifjtli nft.!i' ooverina iiniilu. Hirry drew level nt Hanimeniniitli llildua und llieicnfter it was h nmctission iimru Iiy three length?. Tim.-, 21 miii. 12 2-.1t.li soc. Tenders mo elMcnhero invileil fur the supply of 50 tons of 15 inch lirnwnod fliiu 01 ir01}. "r't) t'"3 Inglovrootl Honhiul, and mH;he receivud l.y the secretary, Mr Vu® . ' ^"lhv1l,n stroot, up till 4 o'clock "J? Wednesday, 30th September. '
KINGOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 September 1914
KINGOWER. (From our Correspondent.) A school concert in aid of the patriotic &nbsp; &nbsp; fund and for the reopening of the school after its splendid renovation will be held here on 2nd October. The school com- mittee held a meeting on Wednesday evening, and it was decided that a ball should follow the concert. It was also decided to hold the annual picnic on the &nbsp; &nbsp; same date.
Inglewood Patriotic Fund. A MOUNTS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 11 September 1914
Inglewood Patriotic Fund. A MOUNTS RECEIVED. Inglewood Borough Council, £10 10s. Masonic Lodge, L10 10s. A.N.A.—Inglewood Branch, £5 Collected by Mesdames Jones and Tur &nbsp; &nbsp; pie: Tivey Bros., £5 ; Jennings Bros., &nbsp; £5 ; Mrs Porter, £3 ; W. Neal, £2 2s ; &nbsp; Mr and Mrs C. Ansett, £2 2s ; G. and N. Porter, £2 ; Mrs Neal, £1 1s; Mrs Tivey, £1 1s ; Mrs Southey, £1 ; Mrs Body, £1; R. Coutts, F. Horan, R. Millar, A. Ham, Mrs Kittson, Miss Tivey, 10s 6d each ; Miss Thompson. 7 s 6d ; A. Currio, Barry, E. Makepeace, G. Male, H. Wright, Tur &nbsp; pie and Gillespie, Mrs Bradley, Mrs Webb, 5s each ; J. Turpie, 4s 6d ; D. Baker, F. &nbsp; Lawson, Miss Dunne, Miss Harris, Mes dames Cook, R. Phillips, Saunders, 2s 6d each ; A. Plumstead, Mrs Secombe, Mrs Murray, 2s each ; Miss Garland, 1s 6d ; F. Forrest, H. Forrest, H. Manthorpe, J. Wright. Patriotic, Mesdames W. Make peace, Needs, Knoblock, Patterson, Snell, Richardson, Shaw, Wri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 15 September 1914
PEOPLE KNEW ITS VALUE. "It' i>e'ople' kuow the real value of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy they would never be without a bottle in the house, t»y» Mt. E. HobeU, BmWery UuiWinM, New Canterbury lioad. l»n wirli Hill, N 8 W "I liuve used it in my family •nd'consider it the safest medicine either for children orr.dn.t6, nrdcan thoroiio.m rectmmend it to nnyoi:e. hoId,,b>J\ Jennings, stored,*-r, Inslewood and M»BI8, MOTORS, AND CYCLES. THE INGLEWOOD MOTOR GHRaGE Specialises in all classes of Engineering. Motor ^ Electrical Mechanical. XJars for Hire at All Hours. tn the chary?, oicompetent drivers SOTK THESK Sl'KClAI. V1 KATBRM : Plant is right Up-to-date. All Work undertaken and saua •faction guaranteed. All Lathe Work is dune on tlic "premises at a moment gnotutj, thus saving patrons much de Oili 'Qm and Petrol Engines repaired and "supplied. . Electrical Work a specialty. Solo Agent for: \fa««ev, Imperial and lied Bird CYCLES and SUPPLIES. B.S.A. Cvcles Built to Order, with latest ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 15 September 1914
GOVERNMENT NOTICU. • Department of Public Works. fJ^ENUERS will be received until Twelve 1 o'clock on Thursday, the 1st October, 1914, for Repairs to School Additions to residence State School 2443,Quambatook, Deposit, i'5. Security, £5 per cent. Particulars and Conditions may l>« learnt at Public Works Office, and at the Police Station, Ingle wood. The liweit or liny fonder not necessarily accepted. V. HAGELTHORN, CoinipisHioner oi Public Works. Melbourne, 2nd September, 1014. HAD TO LAY UP WITH COLD "I liad a severe cold accompanied with distressing pains in the chest, and had to lay up," writes Mr. Sam Scott, 50 Fitz gerald Mreet, North Perth, W.A. "I had tried all sorts of meiHoiuns, bu». nothing did mo the slightest Rood. Having Chamberlain')) Couuh Remedy in stock J I tried (hat, and it gave me instant relief and I was quickly cured. UeBt. of »11 1 have remained cured." fcold by W. Jennings, .storekeeper, loglewood. .'and Myiiav it, e « ■ Wolfe's Schnapps" the World's Night...
Soldiers in the Making. A VISIT TO BROADMEADOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 15 September 1914
Soldiers in the Making A VI.STT.f6 RROADMEADOWS. - iViewediOira'dull, cloiuly day, :with a >kecn Btm^westerly wind blowing -gleet before, -it, r Broadtneiulows, the present abode of manjvof our young incn'and the -future home-of many more, presented to the casual gaye anything but a cheerful niul homely appearance. From the dis tance little knots of men could be seen wandering aimlessly and, apparently, disconsolately, around. .Mud was every where and inches deep. 'The canya* city was sighing and heaving with the gusts of the wind, the elements seeming deter-j mined to exact, full tolliof the inhabitants. | The weather was too siiverci, even to allow ; of the usual routine vf'OVfc-being carried through in i 1 a entirety; consequently it! will be understood that wjien this view! was taken by those whose special work it' is to "harden" the recruits things were! "bad." j Before entering the camp, under these conditions one;naturally expected to note* traces of incipient rebellion am...
The Grampians Election. MR. IRVINE DEFEATED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 15 September 1914
The Grampians Election. MR. inviNE DEFEATED. i As has been anticipated, the ccmnt of &lt;innV® ,nl?® for the Grampians linnl.y decilcd the issue, Mr. Jolley's returj, being assured. He led by 14(3 on ,n y evening with only about 70 votes to be counted. ■ figures further increased his icau, Air. Jolley securing 22 out of30. At °.n'y about 40 votes (which Tn ^ .t'° lland), had ,0 be with. Jn less than four days 2149 absentee voteB « ere counted. They resulted ?oll.ey ' '. .1054 Irvine i,, ,,, - . Mt 922 Informal 173 The grand totals now are Jolley 14.GG8 "vine 14.508 Majority for Jolley ... 160 THE SENATE. With the exception of 30 or 40 absentee 'o«, . °"owinK are the complete senate returns for tlie Grampians. They jnake an interesting comparison with tlie poll for the Representatives:— M'Coll, f ib ' ... 14,645 Maugcr, Lib ... 14,555 Jrenwith, Lib ... .'..14.542 Cook, I.ib ..." : ... ' ...14,49:1 ' McLean, Lib.; :14,485- • Kilgur, Lib... •; •;... 14,452 ■ Kusaell, Lab ... " ...