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SPOTTING. TENNIS. INGLEWOOD DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 October 1914

SPOTTING. - TENNIS. INGLE WOOD DISTRICT ASSOCIAr TION. A,'meeting . of delegates from- the cIUW comprising the Ingkuvood District Asiocia' tioit was held, at the' Royal' llcitt-l ..'till Satu'iday evening.. The Serpentine club ww represented..by Messrs A. Smith arid C. GUdm ui,. whilo Messrs G. 11. Bailey and-A. A. Coutts iqpresenled the Ingle-1 wood club. The Bruigewater club was not' represented. ... Mr W. Tatchell, senr., president, presided. . | The statement of funds showed a balance in h ind of £.'i Cn 7d. In was decided that the association be re-formed, and the fol lowing officials were appointed:—President,! Mr Tatchell ; vicc-picsidents, Messrs J. ,1. j Embury, A. 0. Gladm.iu, S. F. Diddama and Dr Der.ivin ; secretary and tre'isuier," Mr Giivson. The Serpentine delegatus intimated .that their ladies' team would not bo 'cpmpoting on tliis occasion, and Mr Bailey reported, a decision of the Inglewood club to enter two moil's tennis instead of three,, as previously, the reaso...

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

General Jofl'ie, in command nf (lit? French army, once told a good-humored story of* party of four Biitish tourists who entered a Paris restniirint one evening arid an-' notinced that they wanted dinner. ''And we don't want any of your frags or snail*, or horses," one of them told the waiter severely. "We'll sUrt with soup—some sort of plain soup." "Certainly, sir," repli-3 ihu M iiter, and next liiinutc the four Kriton* heard liiiu shout down the sneak in*.' tu'ie to the kitchen, "Cat soup." Vviihoul a word the. touiists seized' their h its and United. It was not until some time later that they discovered that in French "Four Soups" — "(juatres soupes" — is pronounced almost exactly like "cat soup." GIVES INSTANT R1SLIKF. ."For six,years I have been a suffered from ioIv,1"' whites Mr. 11. C.' l'liilpti, Dntton, S.A., "but iio\v when Igi:ttlieati attacks 1 iiike Chanibirlain'j'.CoHc and Dinrrhoer Keinedv, aiul llnd that it gives mo immediate relief. I pan conlideiitly lecontmeiul it...

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

borough CouOclh The foMniglitly mooting nai held on Friday evening.' Present—Cre. Ansett (.Mayor), KcBeliaw, .(ones, Wells, Don aldson, Lejgli, Ham, Bnaj; nlul Horan. coiinKsi'oNiii-.s'ct:. From District Railways Inspector,, asking for an extension «f the water ser: vice for two days longer than tin; time specified in agreement.. — 'i'lie Miivor and town clerk reported having declined, in the interest of the town supply, to accede to the request, and this action was ap proved. From Public Works Department, not ifying the appointment of Mr F. O. T. Nicholas n.« auditor.—Received, the Mavor reporting that Mr. Nicholas had entered upon his duties. From Hon. F. Hagelthorn, agreeing to urge upon the Water Commission the necessity for bores being supplied to test the water resources of the district.— Received. From J. F. Craig, secretary, to Mr. A. Gray, M.L.A., stilting that Mr. Grav was still confined to his bed but would do his utmost to further '.he council's desires in the same matte...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Patriotic Fund. KORONG SHIRE EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 October 1914

The Patriotic fcuiid. KORONG SU1UE EFFORT. A meeting of the committee of the Kornng Shire Patriotic Association wits held at tlie Shire Ilall, Wedderburn, oil Wednestlay evening last There were present—Dr. Taylor (vice-eliairinau, pre siding), Messrs W-.-H. Jenkins, Win. Craig, K. Malone, J. F. Cr-tig, Jas. Treble (treasurer), J. II. Stafford and Rev. K. J. Dudd (joint secretaries), and Mesdmies G. Poig, \V. Turnbull and J. B. Steel. pacrespondeucii, which the secretaiie* litd attended to, was read, and accountii itinounting to £22 Is .'Hd were presented for payment. Of this "amount, over £21 was for material used by the. ladies- in ni*Viu« garments and comforts for. tlio troops. A sum of £20 was made available to the treasurer for these and other ac counts known to be outstanding. Mrs. Tuniliull, secretary of the ladies fiction of the committee, submitted a r»pr>rt of the work of that body. This ihowed that the folio iving goods lud been made and despatched to the central depot—...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Cycling and Motorin [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 October 1914

Cycling and Motorin . The fleet >>f motor ti'inspoit* 'ivin" for Kuiope with the Au.-trull m K >ditinniry forced is nnw iienrly complete nnd ready fof shipment ; l:|2 motor wnst;<ins were purcluseii in iJje i7onii(!"ii«o:ilih. Six iif the vehicle* litiL- been fitted-up .is com plate tmvellin^ repair ship*. ]<jtc|i.'if^ these weighs iiltnntseven ton?, and has cost the Federal Government iippi oxim itejy t.Vj'H) II pine.'. The Neiv X.mlh Wales Grand Prix motor cycle ioad laee—ilie lonaesl yet. held in llic Ciiiiiiiioiiwcalth—was decided recently, mid w»s in eveiy way a success. Tile tmirm »m» hilly circuit near Vetholmo (I)i'lnir.it), nf about miles, which hid t.i he covered nine times, the. total distance lieini! 140 miles. The first pii'/.e, the ljiin li.p plate, w»s tvon liy K Meller on h 2$ li.p. Douglas, his time lieins 3 hours 21 mins. 48 sees. 1). MelMrliind (0 li.p. \l itchiest) was second in ."! hours mins. iiij .sees., and 15 fvjuden (HA.h p. Z...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Inglewood Hospital Sunday. A SUCCESSFUL EFFORT. TOTAL RECEIPTS, £26 18[?] 11d. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 October 1914

Inglewood Hospital Sunday. A SUCCESSFUL KFFORT. TOTAL RECEIPTS, £2(i 1S< lid. Iile;.I weather on Sunday favored I his I withering, but there was only a. moderate I attendance nf the public.. The event, how-1 ever, p^sed off most successfully, and thoso present responded m a inu.it liberal j fashion, the total receipts amnuntimr, J despite the reduced attendance, to £2j> 18k . J 1(1. Compared n illi last year's result, . £18 12s :W, this is distinctly fciatifyinsr,' and evidences the keen int.eiest taken in i the welfaie of the institution. As usual, the airanjements mule were complete in every detail. The Iiifjleivood llorouuli Hand, under the leadership of Mr F. \V. Powell, druin-ir.ajor, and Sir \V. Wallace, bandmaster, inarched from ISrooke strcct punctually at 3 o'clock to the hospital, accompanied by a larjje number of followers. ' At '.he yiound the service was commenced promptly and c.inied through with expedi tion, its nature being such as t.i make it thoroughl...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Inglewood Borough Band. NEED OF PUBLIC SUPPORT. NEW MEMBERS DESIRED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 October 1914

I Inglewood Borough Baittdi NEED OF PUBLIC SUPPORT. Sk\V MEMBERS DESIRED. The tvnnllal meeting of the - Inalewood Borough Buiid wn« held at the lloy^l Hotel on Thursday evening, Mr. W. Tiitchell, president, ptesiding over" » medium altericmico of meiiiIters. l'lie Juilance-slieot showed the' expendi tuto to lmye exceeded cho receipts, by us •'iid, the receipts liuviny been L41"8s lid and the expenditure L41 ,14s ,2.}d. In addition, there was n balmce of Jj2'2 owing , on the uniform fund, while the payments It" the Imudnnistei', Mr. Wallace, were LI 10s in arrears. The Kt'cvetavy ■ (F. W. Powell) read it j letter from the bandmaster, uttering to . free the !>nnil of its indebtedness to him (L/24 (Id) up to August 1st. | Mr. Wsllace, inexplanation, stated lie had been asked to reduce his foe for tuition, 7s (id pel' week. In order to help the bund along he had agree3 to wipe''off the iurears owing to him. The prefcident, in moving th.it this generous action Im acknowledged by a hea...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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[?] RATES AND REGULATIONS. [?] the term "The Common[?]" is used in connection with these [?] and regulations it includes Papua, and Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 October 1914

0-1' L RATES AND RECULATVOM r -re tlio term "Tlio Coiumon .'.1,1,1" is used in con'iiPtHibn with Uicae ;iikI iemulations it includes l'rpu». .tin! llano Island, und Norfolk Island 1 , J.KTTI'.'iiS. % for every J ounce or filiation thereof, Voi dfiivcrv within the Conunon i> i-ii 1 tli , 0 I '•'i,Y delivery i:i t'ac lij-itish Em . I'ii<■ .. 0 1 ■'or delivery in t ho New Uobrwiei, ISlu.ks, uml 'I i.-iTLB islands ,, % t .•'or doii.'t'ry in ether place* .. .. # i| LliT'ilSU CAilDS. cor delivery imhin tie Single, Id. cuoh; reply, Id. each ks£i, For dulivery in tio .Uritjth Empire (mt list of placoa tadsr "Lattiw*")—Ma gic. Id. caoh. lrov <lelivery iu tifz Hebridw, Btnkl, and Torres L&i»nd»—fciegle, 2d. ock, For delivery ia otbsr stiaoe*.—- Binala, 2Jd. each. POST CARDS. Single Postoarde imprecMd with ti* Id. stamp, and Ueply or double o*rdt, each half of which has the Id. items, impressed thereon, may lie transmitted to places within the Commonwealth, and...

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 October 1914

OBITUARY. It was learned with regnJt in stock ft mi! I station mid in mining circla; that Mr. Sun uelAllday died on I'liuc-'diy after a biiof illness from corn pi icit ions" ••.iii.-ini; from n caihuncle oii the neck/tMJiitil a few days ugo-lio ivns able to-transiiot the mdiimy business of the airctionociing lirm of Thomas Miiivoiv and Co',.ifQr which he was auctioneer, Iiul dminy'H-ljtf^nst few weeks lie liud complained of riot; being in hi.'- usual state of guoii IieAlt/i.", He resided ih II*V ureaves street, Bendigo, hikUwis a widower, 6:5 years of age. His wifa'-iied some yean sgo, but a daughter (.'uryives. Mr. AHii iy was a son of thel-ite Mr.<S: 0. Alld iy, ft well-known cominui ml traveller, and spent all his business 'life with auctioneering tiring. He commenced as" si clerk with Mr. Thus.- .Morrow in J878, nntt. in successive stages 'w is clerk in the'emiilnyment of Ij. .Macplieison «ud Co , ami V* the linn irns Ufcer'known as L M icplurson. Sternberg and Go. Fo...

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

HAD TO IjAy" UP WITH COLD '1 )i«d severe cpld accompanied with Stftjcssjiig paiitff iii the chest, and. Imd to l*y UP," writoa Air. 8am Scott, 5U Fltx «er» d street, North Perth, W.A, "I had tried all sorts of medlcinei, but nothing did me the slightest good. Having Chdmherluin'B Couuh Remedy in stock I tried that, and it gave me instant relief »nd I was quickly cured. Best of »U I nave remained cured." ' Sold by W. Jennn ga, storekeeper Inglewood and

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

!>!'SCta.LANECUS. 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 tln'olrsy bewilders, atheism revolts, and scientific agnosticism. kills and blights. While accepting the Bible as divine, without reservatinn, it exhibits n system of truth in harmony with the sciences oi the age, yet supplies tiie moral needs of every full developed mind in the demon-1 at-ration of those truths connected with revelation, or at least to tho acceptance of the otherwise indispensable mystery of The contents of the Book are in 18 different lectures, as follows: — LECTURE I. The Bible—What it is, and how to interpret it — 1 LECTURE IT. Human Nature Essentially Mortal, aa proved bv Nature and ltevelation ... 15 LECTURE III. The Dead TTiiconscious till the Resurt rection, ami consequent error nf popular r«lie£ in Heaven and llell LECTOR l". IV. Immortality a conditional jjift- to be • bes...

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

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

TURPI E &■ . . . . GILLESPIE BEG to notify the FARMKRS of the surrounding. Districts that, lliev h»v« been appointed SOLE AGENTS for— Massey Harris Farm Implements Gibblna' Patc.nt Combined Ploughs Cliallensie and Allstou Win dsn ill Pipes, Fittings, ttc. Mount Lye. 11 Manures Cyclone Fence Co. Victoria Ifir« Assurance Co. Live Stock Insurance City Mutual Life Assurance Co. Craam Separators Miller's Weathered Iron Coeptr's Sheep Dip B^ssldson and Tippetl's Oil- Engiptl ' and Chaflcutterg Bo»tv Lottliouie Air Uas, EXPERT ATTENTION for Machinery ; Always Available. Cash Buyers of Grain. Meneyto Lend on Broad Acres Turpie & Gillespie, BROOKE3T.. INGLEWOOD. Eggs for Hatching. NOW READY. E. J. Emmott's Whit* Leghorns, bred from world's :»««rd bird*, mated to a Walsh's world j»c«rii cock (15b9 eggs (train), winner of noteworthy competition, South Aua tnklia (proof* shown), and holding it for two jetri; also first prize for weight of cki at Burnley competitions 1913-H. BMt ...

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

Advertise Your District« IX) ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. If vou wish vour district to gain prom inence do not kerns the knowledge of local happenings to yourself. If you wish 'venis in which you are interested to be made public, just atop « line to "The Advertiser" oflico m time to allow of arrangements being made for a reporter to attend, or, failing that, try your own hand at reporting. Don't bother to any 'C!lt extent about the composition of • rticles; just write fully and clearly—the editor will do the rest. Weddings, deaths, accident.®, concerts," auorts, social gatherings and personal uaragraplis are all of interest to your neighbors, and by drawing public atten tion to your district vou are doing a good work; That mere is reason for tfiis reminder is not our fault. AVe have, unfortunately, no miraculous power of knowing what ifl happening in all the area served by-this journal, hut are desirous, with your co operation, of lessening our limitations. Write the names of persons an...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Water Question. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 October 1914

The Water Question. Mr. P. * Cooper;, town clerk, lias re ceived word from the Minea Department to the effect that the bore applied for will be forwarded? • A generous oll'et Ins been made by Mi tt'. Dwyrr, on wlio-o prbpe'ity is the well which lit* dune much to ]ui:ig the HuKl.ul scheme intr, 'prominence. to allow the council to te,-t the capacity of the dijft b) putting a pumping phut 011 his well free of .cost.' Mr D.vyer is conlident of the result, ami fit-tt his own supply. would not be in any way jeopardised l.y the opaia tion. The'adv ullages otfeltd by this «ill be easily lecognispd. Tlir necessity for boring and sinkiii; and tiinlieiiny a shift, which would be. a r.ither expeiiMve and certainly lengthy pioces", would be done sway with, and an idea of the volume of water obtainable gained 'it once. Mr Dwyer is deserving of thinks for his generous offer. At Fiiday evening's meeting of the Borough Council this ipiestinn was touched upon frequently, hut received gieitest attent...

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The Anglewood Advertiser. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 October 1914

gfyr lugltfoooft &b&trtiser, , . rrUKSDAY, OCTOHKll 20. 1914. TiVe prcnifc'-tiV'lie holtlnt Hiid>ieiv»ter nn .the 2Sth,msU..![>y ■the.'KiMlcliH>yk,.CIl'»iiilier of Commerce limbos In lit; i *jiccet>*,, ast the tickut^' ViVo' "fiilliti;; fitHily. 'i'liu coiu> iiiUtee lias il I* «'n lip* ppluiiilid |iin^i mil in a iif sipiutH, and good entries litvp been io c-.'iveil for llmiej!'itU to bu |ii>|d oil the Lnddoii River. The Parliimeiitmy rep resentatives h'tve promised to'.attend T«vn local ineinlicis of I ho Second Kiiieditionary Korea, Mc.-srs. II. Moire itiiil H. Gook, spent the woeli-end at their homes. Kor this piivilegu they nitre tlio fact I li.it po>sil)|y Ihey will lie" transferred io the tiift. contingent. liny cnttini; Ins now bectnito teneral J throughout the district, aiid on .til sides • farmers, in the endeavor to conveit their crops into fodder, before they hive burnt oil' ,m;l. l.i*t ihfir nutriment,' are busily "gathering in the .-h...

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Inglewood's Unemployed. PETITION BOROUGH COUNCIL. RELIEF WORKS ASKED FOR. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 20 October 1914

Inglewood's Unemployed. PETITION BOROUGH COUNCIL. RELIEF WORKS ASKED FOR. Amongst the business dealt with at Fri day evening's meeting of the Borough Council was a petition signed by C. T.   Piercey, E.A. Hall and 17 other residents       of the borough praying that immediate     steps be taken to relieve the financial dis tress brought upon them —(1) by the drought ; (2) by the high cost of living ; (3) by the high cost of horse feed ; (4) by the   scarcity of work in the borough and the immediate neighborhood, whereby they     were in a very precarious condition, finan cially and otherwise. 'l'hey asked that   Councillors, as their representatives, allevi-     ate such distress by creating relief works: such as employment of labor at the Reser voir by excavating the basin, so as to cause the reservoir to be of a greater holding...

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RATES AND REGULATIONS. [?] the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 October 1914

nA7E2 AMD RECULAT10R1 the trrm " Tho Coimiioo lfi 'I-imI-iii oon licet ion with Un^e ra" » M-iiiihttions' it includes IVpu* Lord llunu lslnn-J, and Norfolk Island 1 Lli'lTEKS. J For every i ounce or fraction thereof. For 'delivery wiUii.ii the Common. wealth 0 1 For delivery in lh« British Era 'piru .... 0 | For doUrory in thoNeir Hebridto, Banks, and 'lorrtu Islands $ ■ For delivery in other ylace* .. .. # m | LETT Ell CAjRDH, For delivery within tho "nntnmn—1||> | Single, Id. ; reply, Id. **di For delivery in Um Britiih Ksipir* (mI list of places «ad«r "l*ziitrt''\—Ma. glo. Id. each. For delivery in N«w Hebridw. »—fr| and Torre# UUmla—id. mtb'. For delivery in other plaee*— Stock* 2Jd. cach. ' POST CARDS. Single PoateanU impraMed with tht Id. stamp, and Reply or double oardi each half of which baa the 14. ttams impressed thoreon, may be transmitted to places within the Com moil wealth, and to those placet, enumerated nadat "Letters," to which letters may bt transmitted at the r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 October 1914

MlSC£LLANECU8. For a Solution of the World's present Unrest and Warlike Preparations rtfad "Christendom Astray," From the Bible. St appeals to the devout bat distressed | T»ben popular theolfjty bewilders, atheism j revolts, anil scientilie agnosticism kills! and blight?. . While accepting the Bible as divine, | without reservation, it exhibits a system | of truth in harmony with the sciences oi| the age, yet supplies tiio moral needs of | »verv full developed mind in the demon itration.of those truths connected with revelation, or at leaat to the acceptance of the otherwise indispensable mystery ol 'Mr. The contents of the P.nnk are in 18 different lectures, as follows: — LECTURE I. The Bible—What it is, aud how to' interpret it 1 LECTURE II. Human Nature Essentially .Mortal, as proved by Nature and Revelation ... In LECTURE III. The Dead Unconscious till the Resurt rection, and consequent error of popular relief in Heaven and Ilell 29 LECTURE IV. Immortality a conditional gift to ...

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Church Notices. ANGLICAN. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25th. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 October 1914

Church Notices. ANGLICAN. PUN DAY, OCTOHKR Hoth. 7 p.m., Evensong. Simpson's Creek— 2 p.inv, Kvensonft Kitigower— . ~ ■S.-Jo-imii., Evensong • All services by the Vicar. ICoroii<! Vnln— . 11 iv.m., Mallina.. 7.SO p.m., Evensong., Powlett :! p.m., Evensong All services by Mr. A. Wsunwiiglit.

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