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The Second Continuant. INGLEWOOD'S RESPONSE. 42 MEN APPLY FOR ENROLMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 15 September 1914

The Second Continuant; "IN"GLEWOOD'S UKSPOX.SE. 42 MEN' APPLY FOR ENROLMENT. As stated recently, .1 wave of enthus iasm is passing oyer tho town and districl in connection with the war, amithe Mayor (Cr. Ansett; has been besieged by young men anxious to secure inclusion I11 tho second expeditionary force to ha de spatched. Up to date 41 have registered their names, and ttiis total is n splendid response to the call. In some cases parents have asserted their authority over minora, and, in rare instances, the vol unteers have fallen abort nf the medical requirements, as exacted by Dr. G. \V. Ueraviii, who U carrying out the exam ination. These causes are responsible for a slight reduction in the total available, but, nevertheless, alV must be given credit for their excellent inteniiohe.' 'Ihevol unteen include several district reeidi'iits, hut the great majority are locals.'* I'lins, >j'itli tjlfine in I he lirst I -ice,- the tVwn tyjll have a fiillrppnjsentation. TJie names o|-- t...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 15 September 1914

T LUr,uCU^'e and Uolcjs,.,, .7 4 " °°di Oreut Pu(jpertuiut

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Inglewood Patriotic Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 15 September 1914

Inglewood Patriotic Fund. In connucliuii «itli the above fuiid ,i draft 'coming llio toUl amount of L172 13 s 21 h:is been fonv.irded f.jr inclusion in the Lidy M»}-oro«hVfancl,"jlell)ntii-na.' Mrs •Vnsett will ho pleased to receive itny fur tlier dun itiiiiis. The following addition i! suu'is li.ive lieon received i-Kiiui.i<l. f'l-i !iJ I iViylowood v I'owletl football match (uulk'Ol'ud liy far A Leitcli), ISj lid; Mr Dimi-, 1,1'; Mis Mel'li-iwoti, 5i ; I'ien.t tW(„i{.,nised !>v ! Mrs Wiggins), 1,10; Mrs Maguiiv, LI Is • ' Mr W. .Harding, 2i (U ; juventlo bill, L(j Oh.. I Tlio donations of Mr and. Mrs Tatoheli and Air Ellis, which were, wrongly stated in aii? l:»st iss.ufl^j,lioulil. Inve been LiM 3^ *nd LlOlOs. respectively.: . -i

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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SPORTING. FOOTBALL. PRESENTATION OF SHIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 15 September 1914

SPORTING. FOOTBALL. PRESENTATION OF SHIELD. The final association meeting for the season was held at the Koyal Hotel _ 011 Kridav evening, Mr. fJ. I'. ljiddams, vice president, presiding. The' clubs were represented as follows:—Weilderburn, J. Crisp; Korong Vale, I-. GrieveB; Bridge water, Messrs Wigham and Scholes; ' Inglt'wooil, Messrs. Currio and Donald son. Mr. Crisp, on behalf of his club, was presented with the shield for the second lime, the chairman and other delegates heartily congratulating Wedder burn upon their success. >jr. Crisp suitably responded. Hearty votes of thanks'were passed the president, vice presidents and other officials, MrT»tehell, secretary, being heartily congratulated upon his successful discharge of hia duties, and voted a donation of £2 2e, each club to contribute equally.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 15 September 1914

For BronchialCimgh«'take' ' ■ ' | Woodi' Orait' Peppermint Cur#, It 6d

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WEDDING. JENNINGS—METELMANN. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 15 September 1914

WEDDING. JENNINGS—METELMA N N. All attractive and pleasing ceremony whi peiformed «t St. Augustine's Church on I Wednenliiy last—tlio marriage of Mr A. Jennings, son of Mr and Mrs Jennings, of Newbridge, and Miss A. Metelmann, alclest daughter of Mrs and Mr J. C. Metelmann, J.P., (if Arnold. The youn,; couple being hi'.'hly esteemed throughout their respective districts, considerable interest whs dis played in tlio ceremony', arid a goodly number .of spectators attended. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked charming in a sown of white silk crepe de ehene over silk with a court.trtin, with, shadow lace and bugle trimmings. Sli'o woie the usual wreath and veil, and curied a bouquet of ivliitc flowers. She was suppnited by Miss Metelmann (sister) and Miss Jennings '(sister of bridegroom) at bridesmaids, the former wearing a dross of white lace over silk, and the latter white silk flowered voile and overdress of ninon. They wore hits to match, and carried pink and violet ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Korong Shire Council. MONTHLY MEEING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 15 September 1914

Korong Shire Council. ' MONTHLY M NOTING; Tliu monthly mri-ling was It-Id ni \Veii dorburn iwi Th'in.-d iy. Pies.nit.-Cr* J, . ,1:'iI'Blleu'"fjsriMidont.). A. Grt»y, T. Kelly,. Andrews, Sweeney,. xvliiti',^T.i.inivi. Aa apologywas received from Cr Johnstone, ' * Kl/rX'.TIOX OK I'UHHUJKN'f. Cis 0ii»y and Thomas ninviid that the allowance he 2 pei coilt_ of Lhe grotM lev-, enue. Carried.'. The retiiin^ president moved lint Cr J. .lahtintmm he president for the ensuing 12 months. • Tlit- motion lapsed for iv'int. of a stc qnder.; : • • Crs Sweeney and Gray nmv'dd that Cr O'Hiien Im ie-electod. Tl><* motion was supported hy Cr* White, Andrew*, and Thomas, .and carried unanimously;- It vu explainod that the north riilini* would not be deprived of having o'no of its member* made president, a* Cr •Inhnstone' would be appointed ni>xtyeav. The newly-el<!eted president thanked tli« council for the honor 'conferred, on him, mid acknowledged the courtesy and kind nes...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 15 September 1914

BUtr SB NOTICIS. PORTER'S! Winter Sale of Drapery, Boots and Shoes For ONE MONTH. Rfiuctions iu every Depart ment Millinery at Absolute Cost ALSO I 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 the public, of Jnglewood .and eurrouiiuui-.' districts to "come over here" and iaiiui.-l his large and varied stocks. liia qualities arc second to none, and prices the very lowest. Those who are unobleto visit Nixon's Stores will do well to write for quotations, when a reply per return past will lie snb -mitted. Goods carefully packed and setot per rail same day an order rece...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 15 September 1914

Advertise Your District! TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. /•II yon wish your district to gain prom inence. do not ke«p the knowledge of local litppeningB to yourself. Jfjyou wish jyents in which yon are interested to be made public, juat djop a line to "The Advertiser" otlife in time to allow ol arrangements) being made or a reporter to a Mend, pr, failing that, try your ownl band at reporting. Don't bother to any| great extent about the composition of] articles; just write fully and clearly—the editor will do the rest. Weddings, deatliB, accidents, concerts, iports, ■ social- gatherings and personal paragraphs are all of interest to your neighbors, and by drawing public atten tion to your district von are doing a good work. • Tliftt there is reaBOn for this reminder ic not our f&uit. We have, unfortunately, no mirocuIouB power of knowing what "is happening in all the area served by thia journal, but are desirous, with your co operation, of lessoning our limitations. Write the na...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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POMPAPIEL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 15 September 1914

POMPAPIEL. (iMO'ii.omyCbnpspnrident.j At the innnt&ly met-tintf of tlie. local State icliool committee held.oil Thursday I evening hint, Mis M'Caulejr attended and handed £13, tho not profit of the recent concert, to the committee for the piano fund. A hearty vote of thank.s was passe 1 Sirs M'Cnnley for her efforts. She was requested liv the committee to rejieat the concert at Bear's Lagocmfon 2nd October, the proceeds to he devoted to the Bear's Lagoon and Ponjpapiel schools' Patriotic Funds. The request was agreed to. A pleasant evening was spent on Satur day at "Balliomonuy." the residence of Mr and Mrs W. Davidson; when a number of frieuds assembled to'aay farewell to Mr G. C. Miller, oldest won ol Mr R. Miller, of "Gransha," fonipnpivl, who, has joined the second expeditionary force. Music and cflrds wer« indulged-in, and Messrs W. Clark and E. McGrath. sp ike ill uulogistie terms of Mr Millar, who'will be very much missed, and especially in niniieal circles. "1 Mrs Dr...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Inglewood Advertiser. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 15 September 1914

ft]ff Injjltforofr &&&wrtistr, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBEU"tii, 10!4. t ; , .v. ' ' 1 J'.! - | : 1 lie .secretary ofi the Ingluwortd llVirJiil^il; (8... I)eelilc)\'. :icjf ppw fedaes ^ tliiinks"tlie receipt of the folloiviiii;":'— oil from Thomas Goode, Waslem. I I At Wedderhnrii on Thursday," Senior- J constable H. Simons, its shei-itTx bailitl, ' conducted a wile nf 00 ncres,1 parish of Barrnkee, in the estate t'f C. K. Ilio. Tlio bidding was limited, tlie puichiser being .Mr J. C. Morrow at £1. ; I I At the conclusion of the meeting of the Korong Shire Council on Thursday, the president. Cr O Urien, presented tlie conn-' cil vvitli h tyeautifully enlarged: phtfto of the t late shire secretary, Mr Rogers _ Gray. The photo ii nicely fruined, and occupies n |>roiiiineiit position on 'fliri wall j of the council clumber, next to the picture j of the l ite Mr S. Rindec, the former secro-' tary. Mr Gray was .assii-tanc-secretary from 1882 to litO.'!, and.was secretary...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 18 September 1914

Wolfe's •' the World's Nightcap, FUBUC NOTICE*. w ANTED.— Smart, intelligent- Lad. Apply "Advertiser" Oftice. Inglewood Hospital. (Incorpomte^.l ' y ■ I(OSpiTAI, SUNDXY'AT GROUNDS, SUNDAY,IStli OCTOBER Lost or Stolen. BLACK Sheep PUP, 3 JeeVvwi'iite', .and'| white on chest, - Answers to panic of "Lea." Finder rewarded; detainer prosecuted. ' g f, . Bridgowater. government noticm. G. Department of Public Works. TENNERS will be.rqeeived until Twelve o'clock on Thursday, t he 1st Octolier, litH. f'ir li'ejmirs to .School Additions to resilience State School 2443, Qnambatook. Deposit, i'5. Security, X5 per cent. particulars and Conditions may b« leftriit at.Public Works Oliice, and at th'c Police. Stat ion, IngleHood. The lowest" or any tinder not necessarily, accepted. . K. HAGELTHQBN,. . ! ■Commissioner of Public Works; Melbourne, 2nd September, 1014; ■ • '■ For Broncliiid Coiudis take ' Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, Is 64 CJRMERLAIN'S £TS& TABltU ^~-MAKE HIM FREfc-YtfUSO. "I ...

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[?] Loddon Shire Council. ANNUAL LUNCHEON. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 18 September 1914

i J <s'>i ioddon Shire Council. ANNUAIi LUNCHEON. As ins boon the custom for y«ry (1i»ny , yei'it's past, the annual luncheon of the East i Loddon Sliire Council on Wednesday was a well attended. Despite the troubles of r war anddrminlil.il festivu spirit wn»!evi denced, and, under the cap.iblo bundling of tile newly-elected president, Cr Coulter, the function passed otf happily. ( The usual loyal toast was followed' by ! that of "Tlio Allies," ivhieli was ably pro ( posod by Mr C. 1'!. Albrecht and enthusi astically received. ' •; , Tli» iuiprirtant toast, <if "The President" arjj»:|n A.'8 h irids-of'Or: McCrea,' who in » few .wo.lbchrjsun ''remarks congratulated Cr Coulter upun liiti accession to the presi dential chair, and upon the keen "anil thorough interest lie had always taken in th« shire concern.". He was sure.ho,would worthily .discharge his duties'.. In response, tllp.'pfosideht stated he trusted that at the end of his. term councillors would hav...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 18 September 1914

Are Your Kidneys Weak?, Thousands have kidney trouble ami never know it. Weak and unhealthy kidneys are responsible fur more sickness tli.tn any otlior disease ;■ therefore, when through neglect or other causes kidney trouble is permitted to continue, fatal results arc sure to follow. Your other. organs miy neetl attention, • but your, kidneys most, beMU!»et'hey dol)io»t antf .no'ed' attention first. If you are sick or '"feel badly,"' beniu taking Doiti's Backache Kidney. Pills, aud its soon as your kiddeys are well they will help all the other organs to health. A trial will convince anyone. .Head this testimony. Mr Itobei tSoulshy, Storekeeper,Hheolu, near Inglewood, s ays: — "I hiive used Doan's Backache Kidney Pills in my family, and found them to be an excellent remedy. My daughter had woak kidneys, aud i hive to thank Dean's Backache Kidney Pills for curing her. \Yb praise them always, for they deserve praise. 1 got this remedy at Bell's Pharmacy." Your health'depends 011 your'...

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State School Committee. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 18 September 1914

State School Committee; MONTHLY MEETINO. flip iiwntlity meeting was held on Mon day evonitin.1 Pfesunt.—Mestjis'Uehshfilw, Phillips, ftjukupasco,' Cunia, 'I'urpte »n'J Palmer (correspondent,) In the absence nf the pru.Hidenb, Me A...Jennings, Mr Kenslmw was vntod lo the cluir. CoKRESfOSbBNCK. From the Kduoation Department, on the subject- of installing cloctrio liyht *t the school, and staling that the committee wua authorised to-spend .up to . IAO in tlii* diieotinii. —The aeoretary stated-"tli'iti through illness he lud had to."'hand the matter titer to Mr .Smith, lidad teacher: I Mr Smith rep'orted that the installation of the lights Ind been Arranged Tor,'at a co«t u it exceeding L10. Lights would' be placed in his office, the school hall and the cookery room, which were all that would be required at present. Approved.' From same, agreeing to contribute ort the pound for pound basis up' to L3 10a towards the cost of the new bell.—Received. A commumcNtion was also r'ocaivad from ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 18 September 1914

IIAD TO LAY UP WITH COLD "I had a severe cold accompanied with distressing pains in the chest, and. had to lay up," writes Mr. Sam Scott,. 50 Fitzi aeralu street, North Perth, W.A. "I hail tried all aorta of medicines, hut nothing did me. the slightest gopd. Hayinj! Chamberlain'* Coutth Kemedy atf,c* 1 tried that, and, it 'gave me. instant relief and I w«s quickly cured. Beat of all! have remained cured." told by - W Jennings, storekeeper Tnflewood anc Myeiai I For Oouglis and polils, T»k« Woods' Peppermint .C<ui«. . .• )..• i; i

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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CALIVIL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 18 September 1914

CALIVIL. {Frow out' Correspondent.) A veiy pleasant function took place in the C-tlivil HhII on Fifday evening, 11th j inst, when the presentation of the trophy, won by the Cilivil football club fur the p»st seasou whs presented to the president. The aff.»ir look tije f.>rm of ji conceit anil bill, which was largely attended atid n-.is H great success socia)ly and tin inci illy, the club netting about to /rum the'entertain ment. This result is very satisfactory when the fact is taken into consideration that the club devoted their energies to secure the enjoyment of their patrons rather than to augment the finances;'".'ind thus there was no parsimonious ourtniliug' df'eipeu6e. The hall was nicely decorated with pot plants . and streimera of . red, whit* and blue. This win the work of lomt of the Calivil ladies, who#lisplayed artistic taste in th« arrangements. Mr! Bruhn's concert company from Bendigo was engaged, and comprised the following aitmteMessrs Bruhn, Hamilton and Monagha...

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East Loddon Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 18 September 1914

East Loddon Shire Council. Tlio monthly «'P 'c;; ivi* Ii< l'l■ «t the Shiro Utll, Se-- ' < mi' '-im-nliiy. Pi'esr;:!. -Cis. ! , Tonic: ' WcCren, Curry. ' i:.juiip.-.v 'uulter. (■■,. Coutts atti i. u .i fur a Wei' poriod only, ANNUAL MEETING. Tlic* amiuil meeting w,-is licit) prior to (lie commencement of'the ordinary busi ness. It <vns dccided tint llie:presi(lent's«llniT »nce lie fixed ut L71, i\ptlt\ the^tnotif>n pF Cti>. Tonkin nnd 'IfoSett, _Cr ,;(\mlter 'wis unanimously electo^|We»idtint. A lieirty vole of tlisnt.s to the retiiiriH president, Cr. Hissett, was warmly sup ported liy all present. Cr. Bis^tt iu:»de « in ief hut suitable n-.sponse. . Sn.ine' people thought, he stated, that if they were always wrinkling they were doing. good, Iml if things were brought" ;on quietly '.hey always received fair treatment.. v The whole council wa* appointed « 'com mittee to deal with tenders unit finance, any three to form n quorum.

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Pompapiel. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 18 September 1914

Pompapiel. (FROM OUR COltRKSPONDEST.) We regret to record the death of Miss Annie Burke, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ,\V\ Burke, of Pompapiel, at. the early age of 16 years and five months, which sad event took place at her father'* residence on Monday. About 18 months a/fo the decease.! contracted a severe cold, which settled on' her lungs and throat and caused consumption to set in. 8he was fi| a bright and cheerful disposition, and was beloved by her schoolmates at the Pompapiel school, which she attended up to tlm time of her illness. Much sympathy Is expressed for the family in their sad bereavement. The funeral took place on Wednesday to the Pompapiel cemetery, and was very largelv attended. Many of the deceased's Klioolinates marched in front of the hearse. The coffin, was borne to the grave by Messrs C. Rogers, , D. Bourke, G. Taylor and A. Rogers. A choice lot of floral tributes was placed on the coffin. The lit-v. Father Koone'y. of Pyramid Hill, read the burial service...

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ORDINARY MEETING. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 18 September 1914

OKD1NABY MEETING. ; CORHK8i'ONl)ENCB.. nii;ri!:':'0n'^juU',t-U—'• 3rd Military Uutriot, ^nKiiig Miistance. id enrolling suitable men for the Austral!.,,, Imperial *' '"t,' il,8"uctions.— Attended to by secretaty, eicl.vtii»g men in Public Service, without permission.—Received. mV1 Mnie> with W'nm and instiuo tuns—Iho gecratiry repmtcd that two toluntoers had enrolled. name, in ,„i^er to secreUry'. S. Finn. Indy Stanley, askin2 cooper* CroU",s/0;,!UU!! a l,.Much'"f British Red phined -y'~ Uk®n trt b* «• B. f rom clmirmm of a maetiii-r w;t; »mo, objecting t/, H propose tfut w« on foot to ask council to st,ike » gpecilli rnt f Z*!?.* Mt,iut:C F,lnd- «'« .u'^oatin that a weekly subscription be orzaniied a< that meeting had done.—Held over '• from Pyramid hill "Advertiser " tni8eme'nu eAn'ert!',n, °f f,ilriotio *d™< Moment*. A eimilnr communication was received from the Inglewood Advertiser — Received with »hank». «"««i*er. 8. From Country RovJa' Ro„d, tfut they ...

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