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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 October 1914

The Bilious Habit. Husband and Wifo in Sydney tind « Kvinpdy. Suppose'the liver vv.is [nit upuu its tml liL'fmu u nml jury. Whut, eltirues tons of ' tliotisimls ol people conld lnjn^ njjitinst it- of lmvidfj lici'n the killjny. :,,f their lives. Tliby would Hivo rviduncu on itlic inr>utiie'r«l>lCi liemlnclie.J, the Hi!oni.<iii|; ■Utick3 of liilioustiuss, the feeling of utter prostration, and thu.hnvnc to good tempoi» c^ed by liverishness. Deforc sentence wu< pissed l.y t|l9 ljudtfO, the liver would ui-gu in its H«n defence that all too fioqutuilly it hud m,t been properly treated, that often when it needed a tonic none given, mid there fore its rebellion mis not surprising.' It is just us well, then, to keep on terms with the liver liy takinu', i\t i'.s lirJt, revolt, Mother fcei^el's Syrup, tli<5 lomody which foi 40 yeuis 1ms y'veil relief to countless sufferers from liveiishness. Iiotu testimony from Mrs. M. Fox,' joy _ RochfordStreet, Newton...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 October 1914

MI-iCSLLANEOUS. For a Solution of the World's present Unrest and Warlike Preparations read "Christendom Astray," From the Bible. It appeals to the devout but distressed when popular tlu:oh>f:y bewilders, atheism revolts, and scientific agnosticism kills and blights. While accepting the Bible, as divine, without reservation, it exhibits a system of truth in harmony with the sciences of the ago. yet- supplies tne moral needs of every full developed mind in the demon stration of those truths connected with revelation, or at least to the acceptance of the otherwise indispensable mystery of V.fe. The contents of the Bo»k are in 18 different lectures, as follows: — LECTURE I. The Bible—What it is, and how to interpret it 1 LECTURK II. Human Nature Essentially Mortal, as proved by Nature anil Revelation ... 15 . LECTURE 1.1 T. The Dead Unconscious till the Kcsnrt rection, and consequent error of popular relief in Heaven and llell _ 29 LECTURE IV. Immortality a conditional gift to be bes...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Telephone Exchange [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 October 1914

Telephone Exchange The fnllmviny is lliu list of suh,ciiliors lo the load tHlBphono exclmi^a ; — -N'o. V. Jennings ■ j J. Sloan (Huhliul) ... 2 Tivey Llni.«,... ... ; 3 'i'. Murtow aml-CX... ... . 4 ■ , C. J. ,\ii>eu..v!' '/ Y , Ii)»l«.v(»(uV-V«tor Gauge . $ ' , A. Nixon « " K- Wilaniore .. ' 10 A. Puit«r ... .i. ... ' li Comt House... ... ... 19 w. G. Loii-I. r ... i5 Dr. Deravin... 14 ,• A. H. Goolc ... • 15 W. Ne.il . . ... ... 1(J I'Biij*er".,Office..... ... 17 W.'TWbM..,® ... 1|

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 October 1914

Never Neglect Backache. Do not neylecl the warning message of tile back til it itches) Backache is the sign tli.it your kidneys are weak and notable to properly cany nut tlieir work of filtering the blood, then look after yonr kidueys at the fiist h'uu of backache, for if neglected tenons trouble will follow—rheumatic pains, urinary di.-oider, neuralgia, gravel, stoue, dropsy. Take Donn'a Bacliaeho Kidney Pills iu time, nnd the cure is simple. Mr. S. Freeman, Hairdresser, Brooke SLreet, Inglewood, says I cm strongly recommend Doan's Backache Kidney Pills to all who suiter with kidneys. They are re,illy good pills for these organs, nnd I do not ^peak from hem-say, but from my own personal experience. I had severe back ache, und less than one bottlo of these pills cured me. I obtained the remedy at Bell's Pharmacy." Twelve yeais later, when asked about his cure, Mr. freeman says he is still nb solutely free of backache, nnd his been ever since his cure twelve year?'ago. The kidneys fi...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 October 1914

•- .TK:NNIS. I ■ During the past week .the 'committee of the local club has investigated thoroughly the proposal to improve the surface of the-courts .by a process of tar-paving, and s((er inquiry has urriveil at the conclusion that this will provide the best substitute for asphalt possible Prices obtained from a Kendlgo lirm being so high as to seriously strain the club's finances, it lima been resolved to carry out the work by means of a. working-liee, which will start operations to morrow. All requisites have been procured; and the committee ii desirous of lh« co-operation of all members in the undertaking. The work will be supervised by one or two local gentlemen who have had previous experience in tar paving, and who have kindly offered the club the benelit of this. "In addition, the committee lias authorised the expen diture of a considerable sum in rcnovatiiiK the fences, etc., consequently by the 24 th instr, the opening day, tho courts 'should present a greatly improved app...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Drought. STARVING STOCK. BUSY TIME ON RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 October 1914

The Drought. STARVING STOCK, BUSY TIME ON RAILWAYS. For some weeks past train loads of starving stock hire pasied through Ingle wood st regular intervals, and the bleating of the half-starved sheep has given the residents alonj? the railway line and tra vellers sumo idea af the distressing condi tions that prevail in the northern diatiicts. One of the greatest evils that the residents in the country hive to contend with is the travelling stock nuisance. Large mobs of cattle nro being driven through the country with no destination whatever. The diovei's aim is to keep the cattle just, moving when the police or anyone happens to como along. In some districts these mobs tako a circuitous route.. Tha consequence is tint all the dams in the neighborhood are emptied of whit little water there happens to bo in them, and whttever feed there may be left on the roads or in any of. the reserves is speedily, cleared. Thi< is decidedly- unfair to residents, and soma provision should b...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Inglewood Pierrots Abroad. VISIT TO DUNOLLY. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 October 1914

Inglewood Pierrots Abroad. I ' VISIT TO DUNOLLY. On Friday Inst tlio rnaleVmid Pierrot. ,Co. vWt.ud JJuiinlly ..Uifl gavq an enUsitiiii pii.nl. in .11 id., of;, St.. John's Church of liji)»jand..--i.Tliu following criticism (if the .eir«i:ti, which.. WO. Uke from: tho.: '.iDunully Kxpiress,"'is iulei u.-Uiiup as i»n' indication uf tlic lionity appreciation which the Pierrots gaiued ■ It iiuy .bo said nt onco that the bii»c audience'was delighted with tli<2 entertain ment provided'. The programme wis varied Rtitl of high merit, arid the youthful per formers— and nil appeared to he (juitu youthful—acquitted tlioinsolvesi admiiaMy. Many had heard of the'success achievctl I'.v the Inglewuud Pierrots in other places, and their reputation ,.>vu,s; much enhanced 1 , that in Dunolly, lis th'e'y more th in fulfilled the. most .sanguine anticipitions. Thtouuli out it' wiw ii bright, cheery perform nice, I never flagging, and from their first appear-} unce on the Htage till the f...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 October 1914

SPORTING. CRICKET. The two (lava1 match between Arnold Hud Laanecourie was continued at .Arnold 011 Saturday, and resulted in Laanecoo'rie's favor. The match'was enjoyable, "arid at its close the local ladies provide'dthe learns .with afternoon tea. ■■Mr. G.-Doug las, on belmlf of the visitors, expressed their hearty appreciation o( this courtesy. The scores wero as follow Arnold.-" W. Weir, b Michael ... B. ,1. Chambeilain, b Michael... 1!) J. II; Brownbili, c.Lyons, b •' Mieliacl ... ;.. " ... ' 9' H. Stark, b J. Lyons... ... 2 \V. Graham, b Michael ..; 1 P. Chamberlain, b Michael ... 8 II. Woodall, b Lyons ' 6 T. Wilson, ci-pedding.b Lyons 10 A. Arnold, c Spudding, b Miclmcl- 12 A. Brownbili,cand b Michael 0 W. Bionlnn, not out .9 Sundries ... "9" Toial ... ... ... ill Bowling.—O. Michael, 7 for 38;', T. Waush, 0 for o; J. Lyons, 3 for 48.' " Laaxicoorie. First Iijiiings• ... ... 129 Secpnd Innings. ' ;C:'Stone,_c>nd 1) Arnold r ... 21. :J J. Spv'ddiiv^j'Vui} out'" i F. N. Net...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The War. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 October 1914

The War. A fierce bnttlo hag been fought in a triangle to the south west of Ostend. The Bccno of operations was an area bounded by Dunkirk—the fortified sea port mid northernmost town in France— Dixiuude, a town 20 miles east, and Ypres, 12 miles BOuth ol Dixmude. A determined effort was made by General Von Kluck's right to cut the Allie#' lines, but the attempt was frustrated. Messages from Oatend state that two columns of Germans have been repulsed at Yprea, in Belgium, 30 milee southwest of Bruges, and that the enemy has been driven back several miles with consider able loss. . ■ A communique issued at Paris at mid night on Tuesday records a notable advance by the Allies in the Berryaubac region, north east of Rheims. JJuring a recent Engagement there was a hand to hand tight between Cossacks from the Hon district and Germans. The Cossacks swam a river and suddenly appeared, covered witli slime an<^ long j water weeds hanging from the horses. | They got behind the Germ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Water Question. BORING TO BE CARRIED OUT AT BULA-BUL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 October 1914

I . ■... I i; The Water, Question. BORING TO KK CA RRIED OU L<' AT BULA-UUL. luterost in the Water question i-< una. hated, and the coiiricil't) .action in the matter at the meeting to be held to-night will be keenly watched. Thanks lively to the energy displayed by MrC Froemin, ptoceedings in.regard to testing the Bulibul scheme have advanced considerably during the past few days, and it will not bo long before the lesimrces of the locaiily mo ascertained. Pending the iurival of the Government bnies applied for, Mr. J. Turpie, of Messrs Turpie and Gillespie, has taken $teps to proeuie a bore, and he and Mr. Fiecman, together with other honorary woikers, iiro willing to cury out the necessity operations, s.i confident are tliey ih it a good supply is obtainable. For i interest .these gentlemen are wnrihv j "i the lnylieat cuuimondiitioi]. j Various councillors linve visited the'locality, duiiii" .thy, lyeelf, imiju understand,- -it;o nil imposed .wjlli". ilju '...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 October 1914

TURPIE & . . . . GILLESPIE BEG to notify the FARM12RS of the surrounding Districts that they ' have been appointed SOLE AGENTS *»r— ' Maasey Harris Farm Implement a Gibbina' Pulont Combined Ploughs • Challenge unci Albion \Vindmill Pipes, Fittings, t ic. Mount I.voH Munuieg Cyclone Fence Co. Viotorla Fir# Assurance Co. f.ive Stock Insurance City Mutual Life An«urance Co, Cream Feparators ' Miller's Weathered Iron ' Cooper'* Siicep Dip ( Bonaldson and Tippett's Oil Engines and Chaflcuttera Boaty Lofthouac Air Has. j EXPERT ATTENTION tor Machinery Always Available. Cash Buyers of Grain. - JMoney to Lend on Broad Acres Turpie & Gillespie, BROOKE ST.. INQLEWOOD. Eggs for Hatching. NOW READY. £. J. Emmott's Whit* Leghorns, bred from world's !«c«rd birds, mated to a Walih'a world record cock (1569 eggs strain), winner of the Roseworthy competition, South Aus tralia (proofs ghown), and holding it for two years; also first prize for weight of «ggs at Burnley competitions 191...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 October 1914

Advertise Your District ! TO ALL whom it may concern. ' It you wish your district to gain pronir ju'eiice, do not kctvss the knowledge of local happenings to yourself. If you wish events in which you pre interested to be made public, juBt (iiop. n line to "The Advertiser" office in time to allow of arrangements being made for .a reporter to attend, or, foiling tliat, try your own lmnd at reporting. Don't bother to any erea! extent about the composition of( articles; just write fully and clearly—the editor will do the rest. Weddings, dentin?, accidents, concerts', sports, social gatherings and personal paragraphs are all of interest to your ■ neighbors, an'- u'' drrv.ing public attch . tidr to your ••'.strict von are doing a good *: worJ; 'Ilia'- ;<s is Tcamm tor thin reminder is iv't o' ' fuulf.. Vt'e have, unfortunately,' no n)iv ;iioti;i power oi knowing what "is |;api> .,',ag i;t all the area served by this •our.;..!, b'.t are desirous, w.ith your co operation, of l...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 October 1914

'tP&CIAi. ADVERTIHEMENT*. (A CAHD.J Dr. Garnet W. Deravio, Surgeon to the Inglewood HojpiUl BEMS'to intimate that he has removed from his consulting rooms, Verdon strect, to. "Alloa," Grant-itreet (lately occupied by Mrs Kennison) where he may in future be- consulted. . , . Vittta Dridg«wat«r Vondiyi and Thursdays V from 3 p.m. to i> p.m., . , ElNDljAY'3 :IiAIUWAY HQTEF..! T Visits Serpentine on the last Friday; in Every Month. -.r-,,, tSuWip Vaccinator. , ALEX. BELL,' ' " Lat« T. Phillips;; Chemist & Druggist, : BBOOKE STREET, INGLEWOOD, • DESIRES to draw public attention' to liia extensive stock of Drugs, Perfumery, Toilet Re quisites, &c. ' No old stock on hand. All Drags and Chemicals guaranteed to be up-to-date and in the best condition. Orders by post receive prompt and per sonal attention. Private Hospital "Alloa," Grant-st Ingle wood Miss Grainger Late Matron Inglevrood Hospital. feCntCiOAL, MEDICAL, MIDWIFERY caBes received Registered Private Mate...

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Church Notices. PRESBYTERIAN. SUNDAY, 18th OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 October 1914

Church Notices. 7 PRESBYTEIUAN. ■ SUNDAY, 18ih OCTOBER. : Morning—II li.in., Serpentine. Afternoon—3 pin., Powlett Eyening—7 ,pm.t Ingl#wood. l ;... .Kpv A. L..G. Ash, M.A., .•

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The Anglewood Advertiser, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 October 1914

The Ingelwood Advertiser, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1914.     Public meetings of all interested in the' golauerda commone will be held at ltheoln tomorrow night and at Kingower on Monday night. .,.'T.be question of the abolition or the'commons will be dealt with at f. Local Land Board sitting to be held at the Court House, lnglewood, on Wednesday next at 10 a.m. At the local Police Court on Tuesday morning a further charge was preferred against the licensee of the Royal Hotel for having on lllli September permitted people to he on his licensed premise during prohibited hours. Licensing- In spector Middleditoli prosecuted. MrHorau appeared for tlio' licensee, and'- ex pi lined that the case arose ouc of a previous one, in which the licensee had already been lined. " While the police had a legal right to brin'g'the additional charge, there whs >ui axiom of law that no mm was to be punished twice for -practically the same charge. Had the twochaiges been brought a...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRIDGEWATER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 October 1914

BBIQGEVVATER A very plotting ■fumjt'Ori t"olf j.'n, ... ■ j the local Flour \1 il'.nt-jit' lav mo* : I when th» employoc-a mustKieil in fur to", |do lionorft/^tr .Krueat'liicliarde, \ri ■ is iabout to j »in the B'eat " imjorit ;of Honerlicts Having ' eon on the st; :r o{ the Mill Company for about 17 vcnrj, .Mr, Eicha-'l- line earned the goodwill o! all; hands, smi it Wus thought a fitting occa sion to show the appreciati-in in which he. is held by making hini a presentation'.' The managar, Mr. J. J. Einbnry, occupied the chair, pnd jn an appropriate speech voiced the ahoye sentinietjtB, and wished Mr. Richards every happiness in, l)is approaching; union with the young Isdv of hi.i choice,'who it might be mentioned is Miss II. M. Uhd, until recently; the popular and highly respected teacher at the Monisie school. ■ The head miller, Mr J. H. Wodetzki, supported the chairman'* remarks in it few well chosen words. Mr Embury then presented Mr. Kiclnuds with a • beautifully chased and su...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 October 1914

GOVERNMENT NOTICES. Land Available. PARISH oi Kungderasir.—Allots. 15 ami 16, sec. 6. 180 acre*, linl clasi!, 10/ per acre. All applications lodged by Utli November, 1914, will be deemed to have been rMiuiiitaneoiislv made. All. particular." from Hendi-io Laml Cilice. V H. J. JACKSON, Land Otllcer. I'eudigo, October 16th, 1914. TENDERS. Shire of East Loddon. ^pENDERS, addressed to the l'resulent, X f-liire Hall, Serpentine, will be received up til! Wednesday, 28th October, 1914, lit 2 ji m , for— Contract No. 249.- lieeonstrucUiijr i2tt . bridge on the 1st East and West road north of Prairie, 1 mile east" of railway"./ Contract No. 2f>0.—Rep.iira to . Bulibck - . Creek bridge near Hayannu State school, p.iiish of Haya'nmi. Plans and specifications may be .seen and forms of tender obtained at the Shire Mall, Serpentin>yand at'the I'ost Odice, I'rairie. : . . _ The lowct: or any .- tender , will • not necessarily he accepted. ' A cnsli (leposit of Jto per cent.-Miinat accompatiy...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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INGLEWOOD CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 October 1914

fXGUiVVnou CLUI!. The working lieu held ■ <n Saluiriny to curiy nut tlio tm piving of No. 2 ciiurt wi» thoroughly succesj-ful, members responding freely to .the. call hiiiI enteiing upon tlie undertaking so willingly tin: it whs wpeedily nccompli.sln>d. No indic.ilion ns to the result of the expeimient is yet ! obtainable, butcnmplete success is iintici p.itod. The Indies "live appreciated .issict once to the* ivoikam »«y providing afternoon te». Owing to the fact that tlie courts will not be in a lit state for play, the .formal opening of. the Benson by. the local club, has been postponed from Saturday .next to the Hist inst. . j

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 October 1914

Telephone Exchange. The following is the list of subscribers to the loc.il telephone exchange ; — No. V.Jennings.., ... J •). Sloan (Bubihul) ... ... 2 ■ Tivey Bros. .; • ... It V. Morrow awl<Co...v - - | I loypitstl O Or. Wilkinson 0 O. J, Ansett... • ... 7 Inglewootl Motor-Gaiage : 8 ■ ■ A. Nixon 9 E. Wiismove... • 10 A. Piirt«r ... 11 Court House..; •• ,.v ■ ... J2 W. G. Leigh " ... ' . ... 13 ~ Dr. Deriiviiv.v, • -'.u ... 14 . • A; H. Goi>k'l;; ;! ... 15'- "• W: Ne.il ... • .v.' ... 1U 'Adveitisor.'-Office.,; ■ . ... 17 •W. .Tatcholl ...• ;.v .. 18

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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KINGOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 October 1914

KINGOWER. (From our Correspondent.) A-meeting fur tlio purpose of forming a rifle chili ivas held on Wednesday evening, when there was i good attendance. Mr. Johnson was voted In the chair. Mr. T. U'Dounell was elected secietaiy, and Mi. R. Gilmore captain. Discussion took place on several items dealing with the formation of a oluli, but nothing definite wan arrived at, it being thought advisable to hold matters over till a future meeting. Fird of those present agreed to inspect the various places mentioned as being suitable for a range.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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