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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 October 1914
HU> TO LAY UP WITH COI.D "1 had a ecvere toUl accompanied with iJistressiiitj pains in the ehcst, and had to luy up," writes Mr. S.im Scott, 50 Fitz gerald street, North Perth, W.A. "I had tried all sorts of medicines, but nothing did me the slightest, good. Having Chamberlain's Coul-Ii Komedy in stock j tried that, and it gave inc instant relief and I was quickly curcd. lJcst of all I have remained cured." £.-old by W. Jennings,' storekeeper In^lewood and
CRICKET. LODDON VALLEY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 October 1914
' CRICKKT. I ■; . . . LODDDJv VALLKY ASSOCIATION". Our Arnold correspondent writes:— Plnying 111 the above association 011 S-ttur day lust-, Arnold visited Newbridge—the supposed best team in the Association—and put, up something of :i record in more wayj than one. The ifuvvlitUge captain won the toss, :yn(l as-it was ;l ) I'ry wilirly rl;iy j|(j sent .-\rnold in tu bat. At tlie close of ^ lun« afternoon's j»l-«y Arnold had niijc wickets down fur the l.inje lntil of 223 runs. This "n one of, if.not ilio hr^est, scor-'S ever pul up .otj; :thu Xewbiidje grouml. It/- -\vm ill! the more mentmioui itv'view of the f'lct ■ that the Seivhiidgg bowlers iveiu ','deadly" .with the hill, while their crpt'iin,- G. Gibson, shoived rare judgment in his - changing of the howlers! ■ The. bowlers were wonderfully assisted by the fieldsmen,. and h:id it nu been for their brilliant display iu the do . pnrimeiit of the ^aine tliu score would li ne been tte.bled.. It is nn exii^uer ition to sty that the ...
SPORTING. TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 23 October 1914
SPORTING. TKiNNIS.. Mailers from an association point of view are not promising, as there does not appear to l)e any likelihood of the Bridge water club joining in. This would restrict the competition to the Inglewood and Serpentine club?, and the opinion is entertained by some ihat this would operate against the success am! interesto! the season. Nothing definite, however has been arrived at. 1 A second working-bee will he held at the local courts tomorrow, when the tar paving of the No. 1 court will be carried out.
State Schools Patriotic League. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 October 1914
State ;Schools Patriotic League. Tho Victorian 'State Schools Patriotic Leaguo, comprising the thousands of State schools and tens nf thousands of school cliildrcn of Victoria, are working most successfully on definite lines to rondor nionotiiry assistance to relief funds, »ud to tench prncticully something of tho love and duty o.ved to the Empire by .'ill Australian children, as well as adults. Already thousands of girls ntu at work making shirts, socks, nightingales, soarvos, cholera belts, etc., for use in hospital or nt the front. Recently tho Minister (Mr T. Livingston) and the Director of Education (.Mr Frank Tate) visited tho St. Kildii Park school. One of tho large rooms was packed with war material—"A veritable warehouse of underclothing and haberdashery," re marked Mr Tato. Both were touched and interested with the messages the children Iliad sent on the garments, etc. Cuffs and Balaclava helmets had tho name of the givor, and some message like "Cheer up, lads," or "Austra...
Pompapiel. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 October 1914
Ponipapiol. ( I IIIJJI .&lt;ji:it (•ulUSKKI'ONIiUNT.) "'i Tlii)i.-il>iy, mi tlit> jji'dumls nf tliu l'tcitl ymi_ eliili, .11 >|j>utihv uiittch for the chumpionsliip trophy, presented by Mr *'»s. Aitlien, 'tvns h«kl. This was oveuly contested, being linitlly won by Mr.W. Jripconey, .with nino consecutive kills. A sweepst'iko, with trophy added, was als-o won by Mr Tripconey, with seven birds. MrStu:iit jvts n^iiin wcond with six. Mr "on. Miller won the club's trophy with '•veil birds out .of coven. _ j Over 200. horses Imvti left this district for Kyueton district und Gippsland.
Telephone Exchange [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 October 1914
Tele^hqne Exchange The following is tliu list of subscribers to tliu locil telephone eJich\ns;o No. V. .IctmirmH... ... 1 .1 Slduir(ljiiliiliul) ... ... 3 Tnvy l'ros. .. ... .'1 'f. Mnrimv iumI Co.... ■ ... 4 . 1 li.-pitiil . 5 Dr. Wilkinson ... ■ . &lt;> (' J. .Ansett ... v .7 >• 1 iit"In;vof>d Motor Giuage 8 A. Nixon ... .f .., ... • t) •,.! K. Wilsnioio... •, ' ..:" 10 A. Voit'!i' ... ]J, Court Hou>o ' "... 12 W. G. Loisili *i:i Dr. Deiiivin... ' ... 14 A." 11. Gooli ... ... ... 15 \V. Nf.il l(i 'Adyeilist'r' Otlico.;'.. ... 17 W. Talcholl... .,. ... 18
State Elections. KORONG ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 October 1914
- . j State Elections. &lt; KOKOXG ELECTORATE. Considerable interest is being manifested in the coming elections for the Legislative , Assembly throughout the Kororig elector He. Mr Achilles Gray, the sitting mem iicr, h •is announced his intention of again ;ontesting the sent against all comers. | Jtl'ers of support are being received by him 10111 all p'irts of the electorate'. Mr 3 ray's health is improving. The electoral! committee of the Pen pie's ['arty met. at \\ edderbiini 011 Wednesday ast and decided to invite names of those Tilling to contest the seat in the Liberal ntciest. Dr. A. W. Kinder, who wis pi evented iiy illness from favorably considering re quests that he should contest the recent J jxtiaordinary election ciused by the dpath ! jf the Hon. T. Lingdon, has boon again j tpproached by numeious ' supporters , ihroughout the electorate, and has now the j matter under consideration. Should he ?t'tnd. Dr. Kinder will be opposed to the inclusion of scriptural te...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 October 1914
SOROSES HAIR TONIC. This preparation ig unsurpassed as liair food niul dandruff preventative. A little sprinkled on l|ie head night and morning, and gently massaged into the scalp, renders baldness impossible. So roses Tfair Tonic will absolutely grow hair and'prevenHHrom falling out. It imparts &'kedutiluJ' ^OBsy-sheen, and bringstout all tOe"wtn)'[ir brlglitneee o tlis hair. Price 3s 9d per tattle, ■ ' ph tainable at Mies ifi. Southey'e, Ingle wood
Horong Vale Charity Carnival. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 October 1914
jiorong Vale Charity Carnival. ' Very fair ontfioa h.ivo buen received for the sports wbioh uro to bp held' in tho Recreation Kesorvo ut Koroug Viilo to-morrow, and wo confidently expect tlmfc tho carnival will be n great .success. A iirat-class programtno has been arranged for the concert in tho evening, all the performers being well known artists 'of merit.; • The concert will be followed by » bull.,. The proceeds of the carniv.il will bo divided between tho Tnglewood Hoppit'il mid; M'.° Patriotic Fund. The following nie tiie Imndic ip.-t for the fnoUaciil'g 1 event.-': — 1 Shof. 220yds Hurdle llcip. Hdp. IvilCO. yd* •yds yd., ' H. Giles i '•> . .. . 4 K. Donaldson.. — . — • K. Malono' s Kt 1&lt;> - . . —. G. Burton 18 . . 10 J. F. Walsh .. 12 26 . , F. Leech 13 24 . . — . \\C PsttiSon .. 14 28 • . . — 0. H. Lyons ... 14 . 28 .. . —, G. Stewart .. 15 — . . — F. Donaldson... Hi 28 .. — 0. Hobertson... l(i 211 .. 12 IV. M'Slnne ... 17 2(> .. .— J. S. O'Toole.., 17 —...
The Water Question. DEALT WITH BY BOROUGH COUNCIL. SUPPLIES TO BE FURCHASED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 October 1914
The Water Question. DEALT WITH BY BOROUGH COUNCIL. SUPPLIES TO 13K rUUGUASKD. A special meeting of the Uprough Coun il, for tho put pose of deciding tlio action o lio taken towards obtaining a water upply for the town, was hold on Thursday veiling. Crs. Jones, Boag, Hiimi Leigh, loran, Wolls and Donaldson attended, Ur [ones, in tho absence of the Mayor, being ilccted chairman. Cr Jones, in explaining tho purpose of be meeting. stated time as tha reservoir vould give out next day- it was necessary o determino as to the measures to be ,r«k&lt;*n. A letter from /tha Mayor was read, in vliicli it was suggested that, while water vould liavo to bo purohasod from Bendigo, iny ratepayers who could do so should cart t ftorn the railway station themselves, and ;hus save tho council tho expense of dis ribution. An offer from the Railway Department ;o supply trucks of 1200 gallons for 10a well was read. I Cr Leigh moved that the offer be iccopted. ' . Cr Boag seconded, but remarked that...
The War. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 October 1914
The War. A lieice battle, which is expected.to de i cide the fate of the 'German army in Franc», is being fought. ' The latest inform «tion is contained iti » communique issiu-d in Paris Mt midnight , on Satuiday as follows : — "The Allies have repulsed violent attack* by tliu enemy along u line extending from the sen to the south of Arms, We Imve taken the village of Melzicourt, west of the Argonne, and commanding the route from Vareunes to the Ai.-ne valley. Nothing in reported from the remainder of the battle front " Earlier oil Saturday a fuller communicH tion whs made available by the authorities, which leads :— "There have been inevitable fluctuations on our leit wing, but our line is being" generally held. The enemy has mad# progress north of Dixnmmle, in Western Belgiu.ii, mid around Li Bassee, in Krtuse. We advanced very appi-eciably oust of Nioupoit, in the iegion of L:tn«hem»rk, and between Armentieres mid Ijille. We repulsed scleral day and night attack* elsewhere, "iiid...
POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 October 1914
POSTAL. RATM AMD RI&OLATWM Dv nere the terqi "The ,,, wealth" ii used in oonnection with rates mid regulation* it include* Pitpn*. Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Tt LETTERS. ! ^ For every } ounce or fraction thereof, j For delivery within tho OoasiMtf.' J wealth .. . .V • || For delivery itt Mm British Kah> j pit® .. • 11 For dolivery in the N*w H«mU|% Banks, and Torre# Uapw',T 9 §. For delivery in other pkoaa ..% I| LETTER CABDg. For delivery witfcia Ut* OottCDeaw^tA, Single, 1(1. r«plv, - 1 - * For delivory in tkl Unj * list of places glo. Id. each. For delivery ia Hew Bebiidv, j and Torre* I*l*nfl* flilH.1*. M For delivery in «tMr $im i!id. eaoh. POST CABIM, Single Poataarda ia»prflaMd.*ttfc tU Id. stamp, and Reply or doable «mJ. each half of which hae tfee Id, at*M impressed thereof, mfcjr be' tr*ti«pitt3 to place* within the Opmmanwealtk ^3 to those pUoot, enumerated and* "Letter*," to which betters may be transmitted at the rata of id. per i4Vi These card* may alao b...
SPORTING. TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 October 1914
SPORTING. TENNIS. Oommenciiible energy "'tis iignin displayed by members of tho locil club on Saturday, when tlio operation of tar paving the No. 1 court wa« carried through. The atteud/iucs,. &lt; was nut s.~&lt; largo ns >>n tho previous.occht * smn, but thu wink was successfully accum- ■ plished. The formal opening of the club, will take place on Satutdiy next, when it is Imped that both the courts treated will ' be in suitable order for pl'iy.
Germany's Inside Foe. HER INDUSTRIES PARALYSED. DURATION OF THE WAR. "END BEFORE XMAS." [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 October 1914
Germany's Inside Foe. HER INDUSTRIES PARALYSED. •DURATION OF THL' WAR. "END BEFORE XMAS." Mr. Eden George, h resident of Manly, who n few days »».. returned to Sydney from 11 visit to Germany,holds the opinion ( that the war will end before Christmas. "The whole commercial organisation of Qermnny is at ,i standstill," said Mr. George. "I wis conducted over several factories before the war, and was astonished at the great outputs and the absence of huge bodies of emphiyees. I was told th*t »11 the manufacturing wotk was done by people iu tlitir homes. The nork-people cnlled at the factory and took the raw material aw iy in hit; baskets, in which they, * fterwards ivtui ued the finished articles. 1 visited some of the homes, and saw this tvoil; v;i inu 1 whole fainilie-. some of 'LlK'Ui irif-lu.liu^ 10 and even 20 children, h-.rcl.ir. ivm-lt. Ill S ixe-Meinin (sen even lisii.- rl.i'clfen v.eie blowing glass tiling, and n,:iKiir^ all nuts of fancy shaped oriiameol*-l"i i!m- h:cioii,'s ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 October 1914
MISCELLANEOUS. Fop a Solution of the World's present Unrest and Warlike Preparations read "Christendom Astray," From the Bible. It appeal* to the devout but. distrusted when popular theolnjjy bewilders, athtism revolis, and scientific agnosticism kills and MijfJiJ*. .While »ecepting the Bible as divine, without reservation, it exhibits a system ol truth in harmony with the sciences of the age, vet supplies tne moral needs of erirr /ui). developed mind in the demon- ■ stration of those truths connected with • revelation, or at least to the acceptance i •( the otherwise indispenaable mystery of ' \\fe. The contents of the Bonk are in 18 ] different lectures, as follows LECTURE I. The Bible—What it is, and how to interpret it 1 &lt; LECTURE II. Human Nature Essentially Mortal, as proved by Nature and Revelation ... 15 LECTURE III. The Dead Unconscious till the Resurt rection, and consequent error of popular relief in Heaven and Hell 20 LECTURE IV. Itomortalitv a conditional gif...
Borung. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 October 1914
Borunff. The annual meeting of the Sorting ' Crickot Club was held on Saturday even in«. The lialanco sheet showed a crodit of • I £3 15s Od. It was decide to reorganise " the club. Mr Thomas Smith was re-electfd - I president, Mr JX Coghill was appointed • secretiny, imd Messrs \V. Geary and D. Co^hiH were chosen as delegates to the Konmg association. The matches com- ■ aieiice on Saturday, 31st inst. The anniversary of the local Presbyterian Church was celebrated on Sunday, 17th ='• inst. 1 ho preacher was the Rev. Mr ' Kent, of the Methodist Church, Boort, who exchanged with Mr Hariis fortheday. Tile members of the choir of the Korong Vale Presbyterian Church assisted in th» services, which were well attended. In ' consequence of tile unfavorable season it ' bad been decided tr> dispense with the : usual high tea this year and substitute » •' golden offering. The I espouse to the inno- '■ vation was very gratifying. During t.h« afternoon service the Sunday school prixea were p...
Cycling and Motoring. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 October 1914
Cycling and Motoring. When the history of tlio war, from Eng larid'iNide, is written, tho importance and values of the duties assigned to and accom plished by motor vehicles will show in the clearest manner possible tli-it motor trac tion has simplified at least one of the moat tangled problems of the strategist—the mobilisation and transport of men mid material. The eighth annual 100 miles Victorian Cycle Traders' road race was decided on tho 17th insfc., over u triangular course embracing North Essendon, Lancefield, Woodond, and hack to starting point. The winner was H. C. Clark, who was in ( receipt of 32 iniuutes start, and ne'gotiatod the "century" in 5 hours 31 minutes 41 leconds. The fastest time whs recorded by A. McDonnell (5 mins) m ohrs 7 mins , !3"secs. He put up a tine performance by finishing up sixth. The lirst twelve men | to finish rode "Dutilops.'' The field was , it good one, the recently returned Austra- ' linn team fiom France, comprising D. ( Kirkham, I. 11. Mu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 October 1914
PUBLIC NOTICES. j — : l PRELIMINARY NOTICE. \ St. Augustine's Church. ji AN AMERICAN EVENING will be'' held (in aid of the Church and j Vicaraeo funds') in the Vicarage Grounds j on WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOV. 4th, at 7.30. Fuller particulars in next t issue. J Inglewood Electric Supply Co. j ^TIHE above Company wishes to inti JL mate that it will continue to supply the usual lighting service providing con; Burners arc economical with the current. The necessity for this is brought about by the reduced water supply available. , R. INNES, . , Manager. Jnglewood Branch of the . People's Party. A Special Meeting will be held at the TOWN H ALL on MONDAY, Nov jmber 2nd, at 8 p.m. Bcstnebs: To select a gentleman desiring the People's Party support for the Korong state Election. .T. C. MORROW, President. VICTORIA. RACING CLUB, . FLEMINGTON. CUP WEEK. DERBY DAY, Oct 31. CUP DAY, Nov. S. OAKS DAY, Nov. 5. Steeplechase Day, Nov. 7. RECORD ENTRIES. Stakes will amount to X33.000. further Magnificent...
Fernihurst. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 27 October 1914
Fernihurst. On Tuesday last, 20th insfc., a very old resident of Fernihurst, in the parson of Mr. William Hawkes, we regret to state, pissed away. The deceased gentleman at the time of his demise had reached the ag* of 78 years. He ivan very highly respeoted throughout the Feinihurst district and other localities and had successfully carried on farming opeiations for the past fifty years, and possessed considerable know ledge of agricultural pursuits. In disposi tion he was a genial, honorable and kindly man—ono whose wold was his bond. He leaves a grown-up family comfortably settled in life. The sons are Messrs Wil liam Mawkes (Ultim i). and Messrs Alfred and Louis Hawkes (Fernihurst). Hit death is regretted by a very wide circle of relatives, friends and acquaintances. Tile mortal remains were committed to their last resting place in the Mysii cemetery on Wednesday, a large and repiesentative gathering forming the funeral procession and indicating the high regard nnd esteem in whi...