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POSTAL RATES AND RECULATIONS [Where the term "The Common-wealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 October 1914

POSTAL RATE8 AND RECULATttmi term "The Common wealth ' is used in connection with tfcese rates and regulations it includes IVpua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTJSBS. For every 1 ounce or fraction thereof. For delivery wit-bin the Common wealth .. 0 1 For delivery in the British Em pire . 0 1 For delivery in the New Hebridaa, Banks, and Torres Islands ,, t i For delivery in other places .. .. • l| . LETTER CAitDS. Fordelivcry wit bin the Cotnmonwmafttlt Single, Id. eaoh; loply, Id. Mcii Ml. For delivery in fcbs British Empir* (cm list of places tsfcd«r "Lettsrs)—Oifr ■ gle, Id. each. For delivery ic Kebridaa, Birti. ^ and Torre* Island®—Siipgio, Yd. eaoh. For delivery in other slucta— &in*le, • l»3d. each. POST CARDS. Single Postoards impressed witi th« Id. stamp, and Heply or double oardi, <v each half of which has the Id. itamp impressed thereon, may be transmitted to places within the Commonwealth, and to those places, enumerated under "Letters," to...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 October 1914

(Commonwealth JgfeBanfc of Bustvalfa HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY , Tfctc Bank it open for all c!i»e« at GENERAL BANKING BUSINES8 at EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Alto at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Brisbane, flocfchamyton, Townivllle, and J«ondoa» Oftble remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direc:. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit haiied to any part of the vrarld. IJilb »?};oiiated or forwarded for collection. Banking and Evohai'se Kusiness of every de*oriptir>n transacted within the Common* wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Intetost paid ou fixed deposit* Advaaces made against, approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central Office t 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. ■ranches in the above cities and 2,000 Agencies at Post Offices throughout the Commonwealth. Ooposita from 1 /- to £300. Interest at 3*. per annum* Bopoelte or Withdrawal© may be made at any ['ranch or Agency with...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 October 1914

PEOPLE'KNEW. ITf? VALUE.' "If people knew the real value of Chamberlain's. Cpujfli Remedy they ivoul'd never be without ft bottle in the fiouse," says Mr. E. Dnbell, Bu lgery Building's, New Canterbury Uoad, Dulwieli' Tlill, N.S.W. "I have used it in my family and consider it the safest'medicine either for children or adults, andean thoroughly reccmniend it to anyone.' .Sold by \V Jennings, storekeeper, l«ijl6wood »nd Mvaia Fuji Hebe, from her.tun of gold, Poured purple wivie to Jupiter; But lie, objesscd by, cou»li and cold, ; Beseeched Viiine better b*lm of,.lwr — Then swift sped- Hirmes o'er the sen?, To luppy Austral'* fountain pure, 'In charge a chalice.to the bi.ini, . . With tile Woods'.fjren't! Peppermint Cure. PUBLIC NOTICE!. Inglewood Hospital. (Incorporated.V HOSPITAL SUNDAY AT GROUNDS,' . ;SUNDAV. 18th. OCTOBER. Inglewood Hospital. (Incorporated.) HO&HTAL, Receipts for September.— : T. J.'"Western," 17s ?d ; John O'Brien, ■ 128 fld'V Shire of Charlton, £7 10s; T....

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The War. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 October 1914

The War. Important successes are claimed for the Allies in France. The German ritrht wing ia in a positi in of danger owing to the advance of llie Allies, while tlie enemy's left has sus tained heavy losses. A great battle is hpint: /ought between the Russian and German armies, the latter being personally commanded by the Kaiser. As a result of encounters with the Belgians, the Germans in live days left 10,000 (lead-on the tield. - The German cruiser f%inden has aceom plished additional destruction among British cargo steamers, sinkims live in the Indian ocean. It is reported that the Emden has since been sunk.by Japanese cruisers. •

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Inglewood Advertiser. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2. 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 October 1914

ingletoooft &&&iriiBer, FRIDAY,' OCTOBER 2. .19)4. . j The fiiehds of Mr. A. Gray, M.f, A.,| will be pleased.tp learn that,he is. on .the, road to recovery.. jJIfs .illness was much | more serious than was itt iirat suspected liver since his campaign in June last his health lias been only .fair, and it was only by making sacrifices that he was enabled to attend to liis publicduties. The strain reached- breaking ; point a little over a fortnight ago, when hesiuldenly collapsed in an antechamber in State Parliament House. His friends bad hint removed to hia city 'residence, .the New Treasury, llotel, where he lias been confined to his bed ever since, under the. care of I)r. S. P, Croom, who considered it advisable to consult with -Dr.-: Schuler. Messrs..J. Gray, J. W. Pennington and H. Angua. have kindly undertaken to attend to .Mr. Grav's Parliamentary duties during his illness.. -• ■ Charles' Murphy, a' stranger' to the tovi-n, indulged somewhat freely on Wed...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 October 1914

The Most Patient People Most show annoyance at tiuiu?. .'. Everybody' 1ms their hour of trouble. But people baying miy irritation of the #kin have, ninny hours of tri/tlble. • Notliiii" soaw'n'oyfng"; nothing' so initit i»K-'' : . ... ". '' . It's a h ird a'nd'tiyiny position. Leave it alone, ami yon cin htrdly bear it. • Reliaf an J euro iiavii coine it lajt. People h u e put'it to" the tent. ' Doan's. Oinjirtent cures'skin disetie. People yre'l'ianiin<! that'thi*' ii m.. Heiu is 'a'case in point. . '' Mrs Phillips, Verdnn Street, Inglevrood, •ays:—"My child had eczema on Tier face. The ailment was very painful and itchy,and made her cross and troublesome. Hearing Doan's Ointment very highly^spoken of, I sent for Home, and used it with very pleasing results.' The tirst few applications nave relief, and soon it ijuite ifanished the ailment. I will never ce.isu priHmj; Doan's Ointment for thUr wonderful cure. My child is ontirely fie'ti of skin trouble now; sufferer* shuul...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 October 1914

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Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 October 1914

Telephone Exchange. • Tlia following is the lint of suhs<;rilier» to'the local telephone exchange:— • No. \V. .ti?niiina;s... 1 J. Sloiui. (Bnlnliul)... o 'Tivey.Brns. ... ..... , .. .. V.;M.<.'rio>v ?»in] Co....;,. .. ri.-wpitnl •,... ... . ;. .. . .5 Dr.. NVtlkinson C. J. .Ap-iutl... .; ' .* InyiisviKict Motor fininge. ... x A. Nixon i . it K. \V:i!snniic..'( x> ... , n» A, P<utm\,.-. .. i .. j i O'.'Ul.t 11(111^1%,. yij.i ■ 12. W. G. licii^h, .. ..V. . ' j:t. Dr. Uoriiyiii... •: ... .■ J4 A, K. (Jiiok " .... . ir» W.Nc.il ' .. . Hi "AOvcitiscr" Otlico... - ■.. . J7 W. IVchull... ... 1*

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?] Clbe Movement INGLEWOOD CLUB TO BE RE-FORMED. WELL-ATTENDED MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 October 1914

Utflo CluTi Movem&it INGLKWOOD CLUB TO UK UK-FORMED. WELL-ATTENDED MEKTING. The meeting convened liy (ho Mayor on Wednesday evening for tho purpose of discussing tin; formation of a ritlo clul< was ull attended, mid the Mayor presided over »ti Attendance of over enthusiasts. / In explaining tho object of the meeting, the chairman expressed Iho hope llmt n club would' ho formed. Tltuy had a splen did butts, mid should act n. I iryu member ship. If men weto going to the war they would'go with moie confidence in' them selves if they hid had experience with tho rifle, and it goud shot h as it good asset to any district. He hardly knew whether it would be wiso to form n new club, or re form the old one, hue trusted tliit net ion would he liken, and that it would be suc cessful. ' Sir. W. Trttchell, junr., who Imd .icted as secretary to tho old disbanded cluli, stated that tliu reason for the deslirio of the niovonient previously h ul linen the jtctinn of the Defence De...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ARNOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 October 1914

r AttNOLD (tVom h'iii' Correspondent.) 'l'he.qo,npor.t in iid of. t.he Arnold fooltiiill elii.b, jrhich was held in the Arnold llull on Friday, overijng lust, proved a ((ruat succchh both from u financial point, of view, and slso from on entertainment standpoint.. It took the, forni of a '.'nigger" conceit from start tri finish, and Ml who took pai t did so with great credit, to themselves. The second part of tho /.progrflnVine| tHUe.n up by a farce, entitled, '-'Trial by Judge find Juj-jrs" ,,',3'hj#. tpf>6 especiiilly^AvclI, and one!) joke 'w»s greeted. ,;with screams of laughter from the audience. ■ Mrs. Weir, who;Hctod us accompanist,,deserves special priiNe for the manner in which, s-lie curried ouv her putt of the programme. A dance, iv.as.afieiwurdti held, for which splendid music ivas supplied by Messrs Weir nnd Arnold, About £7 was taken it the door, which is considered very good under the Existing circumstances*. .

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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"Gazette" Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 October 1914

"Gazette" Notices. Application fur gr.int ur>pio\ed.—M. J. •Stewiiit, l!)i Itr !t7p, I'mimy. Applicili<in for licence uppinvcd.— J, Gilm'ey, JS.'Si, Yeiiuginnn. Tr;»u«fur tif lease reuisteied.— M. li. W illis tt» IJ. \V. Wills, ir>8:v -r JItp, Bo^n. I-i-uu uf tin icultiinti nllutnient licence.— •J. IO4111, 10701, 1'ii-f Mill-in. Cuiiits >jf (jMiieiul Sessions ivill lie held i< fullmvs : — Clrultiin, Nnveiiilicr I'J'h ; 13<iiitlil. Octnliur Mill; Kim 11112, N•iveuitiev 17oli j St." Ariiiiucl, October l:!tli. .j County Cuurts will be held as Minus : — Cli 11 ll'Hi, Nnveniliei- lOllij liirchip, October l.V.li ; D'lti ild, (IcLubcr 14th ; Inglewoud, October «:h ; Kenuvj, November J7i-I) ; !ie(i; Like, November 12th ; Sirun f 1 il(, Nnvcinln'r" l!Hh; St. Ani-tud, Ocfobifr l.-ltli.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 October 1914

Bronchial Coughs take woods Great Peppermint Cute, Is 6

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SPORTING. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 October 1914

SPORTING. CRICKET. ; The Loddon Yulley cricket association l opens to-morrow, tvheu Arnold wiU .vwji i Laanecooiie and commence a two d»y»' | mateh against tbat team. ,

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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ACTION BY GOVERNMENT. SALK CANCELLED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 October 1914

• ACTION I'.Y GOVERNMKNT. SALK CANCKM-KD. I he Pieniiitr, when informed of the mal it'<i with the Altmney-Goneml, i u decided tli:it there should be ;tn inves ' *'.1011. 'Subsequently t wo teiHeseptiitiTos of the P''i'11 i'"'AI'■ V''V1' H+lfl'Imin (Miui^ei: " J • Mll'tlo.'W'ni.kA »•»« '.-iiitVil tli.it t!|o Ij>UvJ1„n V;.ii ...inyll,,! TheyMid Umt y 5'i !? '.M ..filtered tliey llioiif lit r .1 V'>'>'!ce tixed by the board, would ,l# lI'J'fl'Bfyest bid, liut bidders went , up to ™ lljd, and the auctioneer knocked the wueat down.co the highest biddei.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 October 1914

BUftl fS NOTICES. •Hjuow ouo joj suoxqiotipa'a; iBioadg— XNaWXHVdKKI XOOS J sssnoig pue sjuimsog XiUiea 'SMopuiM sag •mool4oxis nI MOHS AH3NITIIM H3HHX1S S.H3AHQd •98 aaawaidis 'jLvaanivs "Here^We are Again!" Arthur - - - - Nixon, General Merchant INGLEWOOD. Cordially invites tin* public oi Inglewood and surronndi'iiy di.stricls to "come ovei here", and in^p.-ct his large and varied itocks. His qualities arc second to none, and prices the very lowest. Those wlio are unoble to visit Nixon's Stores will do well to write for quotations, when a reply per return post will be.snb initted. Goods carefully packed and sent pet rail same day as order received. A consignment of Split Broad Palinc? just to hand 4 and 5ft Pointed Pickets. Fencing Droppers No 8 Steel Fencing Wire, remarkably cheap No 8 and 10 Steel Galvanized Wire 12 and 1+ Gauge P.arbed Wire Wire Nettings - Red Gum Fencing Posts Hardwood and Soft wood in all eizes JAgentforthe"r.eader"Cooking Stoves "Agent tor Yates' Reliable Se...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 October 1914

o i —;— Advertise Your District! TO AM- WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. If yoii-widi vour district to gain prom inciii*'. <l" mot Hie ■ knowledge of Iota! !mpper>Ws to yourself. Ityouwirti evt'iiis i"- wbieii you wre interested to !)".• DiiiJi'-uiiUif, just uiop n lino to "Tlio Jdvci'titier." oiHfo in time to allow of Brran»kmcirts Ijeinfj made .'or ft reporter' lo or, failing tlmt, iry yoiiT own luin reportiag. Don't i oilier to any I r-ri'i'.' extent about the cimposition of1 BUidi-p; i«st write fully and clearly—the fditor. wi.il do the rest/ V.'r-'l'ctinv.s,deaths, accidents, .concert, ?! jsitlierifigs' 'ami pcrHonai Miaiiteph'!' are all of_ interest to your iifigfi.b'arV, and !>y drawing public utteii tion -to you> 'district votf are doing a yood I in-rfc' -J 1'u'al"iiiere'is reason tor tbie Veuximlcr ia not uur.kult. Wc have, unfortunately, nu ;iiiWoJ''!.U!; power.of. knowingwlmPis bappoiuji# iu all the an.'n served l>y this jpiirn'al.-biit.iiw desiroug, v.'itli yo...

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PRESBYTERIAN. SUNDAY, 4th OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 October 1914

-PHF.SBVTEKIAN'. SUNDAY, ^th OCl'OBKR. [ I Morning—11 a.m., Serpentine. • Afternoon—3 p.m., Powlett. \ Evening—7 p.m., Ihglawoo.l. | Rev,' A. li.'Q. A»h. M.A.!

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Church Notices ANGLICAN. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 4th. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 October 1914

('•i ,.:di Noticed, AXGi-VCAX. SUNDAY, OCTOBKR 4111. Ingtyvood— 11 11. til. 'Special ..Monthly Communion. 7 p.m., KveneoiiK. Kurilhj:— ~ "" ' 2 p.m.,,Ki;eiiflong.. ...., HiicJgewnter— . ::.4o p.m., 11.0. All service* t>v the Vicar. Korong Vale— * 11 ii.in., Mattins. 7, p.m., Kvciihohu. . | All services l>v Mr. \Viiltor Wnlhus.

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Wheat Sold Above Official Price, DEALERS AWAIT ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 October 1914

Wheat Sold Above Official Price, DKATjKUS AWAIT ACTION. ... - un September *2litli tlie Vic- | t'liitii Gi>vernment lixed- the maximum | aejlinu (nice i f w he-it nt.4s ltd bushel, •'! jailwny siOinn,- Melbourne or Qeelong;^ the Vi'iv ZimIhihI Ln-iii,.Mercantile >uid Agericv p!'!!!l1:l"y »n Weduesdiy unld 20Q b i«8 u"f See.l ivhent«t ■}» HU to -t-i 14Ail » bushel. ftfsr ihp iiticti'iii l hp. company lutiuwted limt miIi * li'nl l.u-en uwde )»t these pricey, am.1 tli:«t llio jleiil wjf complete. . There' wiis-h lieulii us t'> liiL- Ii-hhI position, seeing jh.it 4> !).l \v:i< lhe.pi<iclitiiiH>(l oHiml pi ice, "in this until r.would h ue to rest pending future developments. Another phase of iho ivhent market is tli.it brokers Imre been*buying when I pri v ilely furclients.iit-Is !h|, hut have ehsiged Imikiiraiie to the. liiijvr' instead of to the seller, in nceoidiince with the usual trade pi act ice.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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DINGEE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 2 October 1914

DINGEE. Four members 'of the Dingee . Light Horse troop—Messrs Smith, Ludeman, W. Pols and M. O'Do^ohuo—lmve joined the tecond eipeditiopaiy.force. The drought still continue without the lenst indication of a change, and the situ* tion of those on tho land is rery grave indeed. Tlie crops are an Absolute failure on every farm outside the irrigation area. Tho grass '•* grazed down to the lowest limit, snrt in about two weeks will have dtiod off altogether. After that all stock will luve to he sustained upon tho small reserves of chalf and hiy the f irmer.* have. Many farmers hare absolutely nothing to give their starving siock now, and have either to buy chatl' st famine prices or let the poor animals starve. The shortage of water U also a very serious matter, as in many places the nearest water is inilos away, which means n lot of travelling for the stock. Only the best of the animals have any "chance of surviving this drought, arid many of the old and infeiior (ilass are being dest...

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