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Indecorous Female Attire. WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION CONDEMNS [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 March 1914

Indecorous Female Attire. W'MAI KJJ'S .VSSQCI.VITOIs:'CQ^DKMN-S Indecorous dress whs condemned by memlicis of tha Australian Women's Asso elation at the annuiil conferonce in the M»nohe#ter Unity Hall, Melbourne,:; on 1 \Vodne>day. A pinposiil tint nil members of the association refrain.from weal ing such attire was limited Lo: , iMk* Shiel, who, brought the -propnMl ! forward, saiil - that indecorous' altiro- had commenced with the transpimit yoke, and had now spread lo the feet. : She thought' tint it ^'as .shucking for modest, womeu lo face snch exhibitions of eccentric modes as >veiu to be seen in the streets every day. As f..i smi|e of the (jlothes adopted far eyenjnj: H-eai, in n|any pises the women were veiled, and that yas abonf, all. She saw one u-fiiinii in Ooilins-street with a i skiic *uit-to the knee. yim thought'this exhibition degrading tn h tnodost woman, ivlin Ii'id In listen to tliu oimments of men passing. A woman should lie compt-JJetl to wear sufficient ol...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 March 1914

Hard to Bear. When "Jie In;1.! m-hos ami pains so badly tint yon cin'l w»ik, can't rcsst, -ain't sli'ep, : can't e.>t, it's b ird "to bear. Thousands of H-liin;; hacks have been relieved acd cured, people aiu Ieirnin<; that back ichu puns ct>me f:<1111 weuk kidneys, Llrvt -.Doan's I3ackiche Kidney Pills cu.'O every kidney ill, cure I>1 iiltler troubles, urinary derange ments, dtnpsy. Jtead t|iis testimony to tha ii)erjt of the yreiitesf of (iidncy spe 'cilips. . . ' ' ■ Mr. L. II. Grieves, Koiong Vale, says:— 1-A , nji'inliur of my family si^Feicd agony /mm backache, caused liy lliu kidneys not -ivpiL'in^ properly. Till! pain (vntred ill tile smali of the bank, and wns at, limes S" »e\ eiu illV every moment meant poMtivn torture. O.bei symptoms of 1;i■ 111ev trouble werii liatl headaches, di;«y attacks and dis ordeieJ secretions. Oo.ih's Mnckucfcu' Kidney^YMl-i wore one day recommended to ns. so >ve not some, and tliey, proved'a l'ili'ssm«. (We blit...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 6 March 1914

FUNERAL NOTICES. Funeral Notice. 1TIE friends of Mr. W. G. Leigh are ruspectfully invited to follow the remains of liin son, Mr. Norman Stanley Leigh, to their last resting place, the imieral moving from Grant-street at 2.30 i.in. TO-DAY. . K. WILSMORE, Undertaker, t'tc.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 March 1914

OBITUARY. The: interment -of t he remuns of; Mr.. Norman Stanley T..i!H{h tool; place on Fri day afternoon, tho- cortege: being-a very len«tliy ami rnpresuntative-rtiU'.Some-30 members of the A.N.A.—of-which body the deceased h id hecu nil o'-ft'cnied mem ber—marched to the grave,- ami the Mayor and members of the Borough Council ;»t tonde'd 11s a IjndyT: ,Aniong many- hcanlifiil Horsl tributes received were wreaths from the council an'd A. N. A1 During the day the fl is; at Ihe Town Hall: was ftyini: it h-ilf-mast. -The pull-bearers were A.N.A. ollicmls— Messrs. A'. Currie, A. Taysom, D. Unoper, A.-.Nixniv G. Nixnn and W. Tut ohell. The service ac the-grave was im pressively ^conducted by the Rev. G. A. Grant. Mr. K./.Wilsmore had chaiye of llio funeral iunin«einonls.; ». • Airs. Mnrv Makepeace (lied on Bnday night,at her. residence, 303. High -Street/ Tlendigoyat the advanced ago of ~y vears, i after-an illness lusting six months, the end ' coming peacefully. The deceased lady was...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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KINGOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 March 1914

KINGOWER, (FJtOM OMR COIUtKSI'OXDBXT.) A meeting was held on Wednesday even ing to elect olliceis from tlie school com mittee, when the following appointments were made :—Chairman. Mr A. Taijf ; vice ehairnwmi i\Ir.lohn Cofley ; correspondent, Mr W. Cook ; treasurer. Mrr.T. .Nelson. Mr J. Cotfcy Th is completed a small con tractfor ihu erection of two'tank stands of blocks and flooring at the school residence, cosLing £1. - The committee went into a uenetnl discussion on necessary repairs to the school-and the-.had state of the sanitary houses, which m o just standing up and no move. Tliu letters wi itten thu Department liy the previous correspondent »n the suli ject were read,\and' satisfaction expressed | at them.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Approaching Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 March 1914

Approaching Sales. Maich 10.°—Important laml sule -n ' Wyeliepi'nof of 1141 iicroi freehoWi 'with lionu'stcMil, ouL-lAiildings and nl accessories essential <to n well-equipped; . farm, mi behalf of Mrs U. McLMietson, :—Thomas Morrow and Co., uuction : ueisr , ■ ■ ( Millcli 12. — Glearinn salo <11; Mysia of ' horfevni'ichinciy. implements, house hold furniture and township propel ty, fin belialf of M. O'Halloran.—Thomas ' Monow and Co, auctioned?. 'Miuch 18—dealing sale nf houe-iliold fmnitmo nn<] ellVcts at Verdoii-.-itrout, 1 oil behalf nf Mrs J. Walkins.—Thomas Moirotv and Co., auctiineeis. , Mhi cIi 18. —Clearing wile atKorong Vnle of ..horses, sheep and implements, oil '; , behalf of Me.-'srs. AV. and S. Cliiiu burs.—.4 If. E Wallis and Co, auction cei'S.' .Sl. irch.2Ut.—Clearing s ill* :it. Kinypaniel - of horses, cattle, machinery, imple - c meiits mul sundries, mi behalf of Wil linn Mctiiillio. —Alf. K. Willis it Co., ;••• auctioned s. . " j M...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Water Conservation. DISCUSSED BY BOROUGH COUNCIL. CATCHMENT AREA TO BE CLEANED UP. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 March 1914

n Hurmn—i——■ i Water Conservation. DISCUSSED BY BOROUGH CtlUNCtL. tATCHMENT A UK A TO BE CLEaN 10D UP.' AtVridny'scouncil mooting the town clerk reported flint the western channel should veceivoattention. I!y lemoving the growth ! and rubbish (herein tho flow of water should mill full would he greatly assisted.— O. Jones suggested that a limn Hboiiltl'also bo employed on the catchment area for » foitnight burning up ruhhi-.li :i:ul debris '• so as to give (he wafer n ch.uiec of finding its way into the eliunnel. Tliey should prepare for the winter, and to yet an mucli wi)tor as possible. In tho winter nfter ruin they should also have a man on, as a lot of holes could bo cut and wator that lviis dammed b'i::k could be directed into the channel. If they went on as they, were doing now thoy would always havo trouble with tho wnter. If they had spoilt the loan of L1000 as he had suggested in ox-l tending, the diains they would not hive, lud any trouble at all. (Tho Mayor : Wo have heard...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Inglewood Races. SUCCESSFUL MEETING ANTICIPATED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 March 1914

Inglewood Races. SUCCESSFUL ■MEETING ANTICIPATED. Excellent enti ios of n bona lide niiture liming been received, it only remains for Uie racing club to bo favoied with good weather to-morrow to guarantee the success of tlie annual meeting. The ground has been got ready and the track specially prepmed, and a- good 'Jay'3 spore is con • iiilently anticipated. IL'he first race will bo run at 2 p in, consequently, ample time is 'given for tlio attendance of business people. Tlin mid-day passenger train from liendigo will stop at tlio course, and a special train will leave the course for Ben-j digo at (> p.m. J lot water will be provided . on the ground, and the comfort of patrons, attended to in every way possible. Tlio following are the handicaps, as sub mitted by Mr Geo. Morecroft, handicap per | TRIAL HANDICAP. st. lb. W. Mutter's fitei-Hiolt ... SI 0 F. Mill);'!' Dinmonri Bracelet ... !) 0 W. W.irdo'a Stclt'i Guy ... - 8 10 W. Fletcher's Uarrnl ... ... 8 0 0. Robinson's Rusemel ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 March 1914

For Bronchial Coughs Uko Wocda' Groat Peppermint Cure, le 6d

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Serpentine Burning Fatality. MR W. F. LOVELL'S TRAGIC END. METHYCATED SPIRITS EXPLODE. BURNS AND SHOCK CAUSE DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 March 1914

Serpentine Burning Fatality. Mil W. F. LOVKLL'S TRAGIC END. MKTHY TjATKIj SPIRITS KXI'l.nDE.j P.l'KNS AND SIKICK CAt'Stf I DKA't'll. The I null of the .old euyiny that tioublo never come singly has been strikingly exemplified in thy di>ti iet of lato* us tragedy hns followed tragedy until i cedents are almost bewildered and hpo ronderingwhat will happen next. H is only n few days siiicu the whole district was bonified by the tragic ending of a well-known Hoort resident, but a teiltble hippening »t Sci* pentino on Thursday produced just as. severe fi shock, the blow being more Keenly; felt neuter home by reason of his popularity of and the wide extent to whieh the \ictim i was known. Repeatedly the di^tiict ha^ been plunged into mourning by the'sad occurrences ot tiie past lew >"» ''"I luppenin» has occasioned * greater rovul sion (if feeling limn Hi" unfortunate and ivrettcd (Mitliny of Mr William 1'rancis Lovell, the -oninl, kindly proprietor of the Serpentine Store. On Thurs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 March 1914

| ' For Children's Hacking Cough 'nt Woods Great Peppermint Curl] " IIAD TO LAY UP WITH COLD. "1 had a severe cold accompanied with distressing pains in the chest, and had fo lay up," writes Mr. Sain Scott, 0<i Fitz gerald street, North Perth, W.A. "I had tried all sorts of medicines, hu'. iiothiii" did mc the slightest cowl. l.lavin Chamberlain's Coul-Ii Remedy in stock I tried that, and it gave me instant relief and I was quickly curnl. L'est of all ]' have remained cured." fold hv \V Jennings, storekeeper Inglewood' and' Hyaui.

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POSTAL WATER AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it included [?] Lord Howe Island, and Noffelk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 March 1914

— ■ - ■ • if i h ;.t I'lTft [\Vhere t.ho term "th# Ommmb woulth" is used iu oonneotMn wiaMfc* rates and regulation*' it iUolud* Lord llowfl Island, and NoffUk ISWSm LETTJi®8. 1' or ovory } ouuc$ For delivery witJun ivoaltit >• . • • • « v ■ [ For delivery in tfc* Britilk |M | PUe .. / ,T7; % | 1 For delivery in the Jtf»w He " — Banks, and 'l'"—T-> For delivery in LETT For delivery wit Single, Id. t\ For delivery in list ol' places glo. Id. each. For delivery and Toi'rea For delivery in L'Jd. each. POST CAJIM, Single Poatoarda lap?* Id. stamp, and Heply 6l each half of whifli ha* impressed thereon, inny M to places within the Common __ to those places, enum«r»t«d "Letters," to which letters njay transmitted At the rut* of Id. jttr M#. These cards may also be forwarded to places other than those miitkia above, prouded'that ah extra fd. «C hcsive stamp be affixed t-0 each Sigdt card and to each half of a Itoply card. Postcards, Single, impressed with til* l}d. stamp, and Heply, e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 March 1914

| TWO DOSES A COMPLETE CURE | "I am subject to bowel troubles which cause pain nml inconvenience," writes .Mr. Alfred Wane, 185 Auburn Hoad, Au burn, yictoria, "but have always found two doses of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrlnea Remedy to effect a complete cure. I am pleased to know that there is such a siUe and certain remedy as Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy, and always keep a bottle handy.' Sold by W. Jennings, storekeeper, Ingle wood »nd My»i».

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SPORTING. TENNIS. TOURNAMENT MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 March 1914

SPORTINU. 0 ■' TENNIS. TOXJRN.A M ENT M A TCIIES. I lie following ncWitionivl tourn.iment matches hhvu beon pl«yed - GkNTLEMBN's SlNClES.' w; I'- Linnont, ,owa; .'30, i hont P. W Oainm-ook, o to 15, C —0;' 0—4; Slaviu. OH-u of J0; he/it II. Wiight I invu 15. 1—• C,;0- 5,.2—0, Wright ietirin<> in the tlurd set.«" ■ ■ • . liV^'o'V"'8 10, bo"L T' Jolmy- °weI

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 March 1914

<tommonvveaitb J^Bank of MiisttraUa HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY , At* Bank Is open for all claises of GENERAL BANKING BUSINE8S at EQUITABLE BUILDING, OOLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Ato at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Brisbane, Ilockhampton, Townirilte, and London* Oable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. HUH negotiated or forwarded for collection. Banking and Exchange Business of every description transacted within the Common* wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Inteicst paid on fixed deposits. Ativanom toad* afainst approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT » Victorian Central Officii S17 OOLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. ! Branchee In the above cities and 2,000 Agendo* at Post Officcs throughout the Commonwealth. Dopoolte from !/• to £300. Interest at 3'/, per annum. 0*#OOlte or Withdrawal may be made at any Branch or Agency within ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 March 1914

| Dyspeptics need not Diet. I A Simple Means of preventing Food I , ' Fermentation; - Food ferment ition is tlio causo of iill the discomfort mid piin dyspeptics suffer. It does not necessarily follow, however, tint in older lo olitiiin relief they must deny themselves the enjoyment they derive from e itmii so called indigestible luxuries. The most satisfactory method uf overcoming the ditticulty would he to prevent the fer mentation from occuuing at all, and this can lie dona by very simple tneuns. ft must first ho explained that most of the foods we at contain a certain quantity of aci'l-forming elements, and indigestible foods, of course, contain a larger propor tion. When these foods are eaten, the acid collects, irritates the walls of the stomach, and o.ii-es the food to ferment while it is digesting. This fei minting food also gives nil" gas which distends the stomach, causing that full, uncomfortable feeling so often noticed after luting. The mot of the trouble is the acid fe...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 March 1914

P'JDLiC NOTICES. No. 40877. Transfer of Land Act 1890. UK Commissioners of flie State Sav I a in'js Dunk of Victoria, of l.".fl-14flj Elizabeth Street, Mclhourrp. in the County i.[ !!ourl;e, have applied to bring the land described at the font hereof under the above Act, and the Commis sioner of Titles has directed notice of the application to be advertised in the "Ingle wood Advertiser" newspaper, and lias appointed fourteen days from such adver tisement, after which time the land may he brought under I Ik; operation of (lie Act, unless a caveat .shall lie lodged for bidding the same. Dated 3rd day of March, 1014. LAND REFERRED TO. Crown allotment 43A, Section 12, Town and Pariah cf Inglewood,.County of Glad stone. Commencing at the intersection of the south-east side of Chancery Lane and the north-east side of Rrookestreet; thence north-easterly along Chancery Lane by | lines parallel to and' distant 4 feet 3( inches from the kerb, 47 feet 2 inches and II feet 7 inches, thence col...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 March 1914

PERSONAL. Prior Io the commencement of the bus: ne?s nt Finlay's council meeting the Mayor said lie would like to move tint a letter nf condolence he forwarded Cr. Leiyli in the lo!-s he had sustained tlnou.'h the death of hi» son, Mr. Norman Lei«h. He whs mho that if he spoke for Iiali-a„-hour he could not say more than all knew to the credit of the deceased and the respect in which he had was iitii 111 the town. 'lhey regretted toi li>se n vising citizen, unci should express their sincere sympathy with Cr. Leiiih. I Cr. lloran seconded, statinj; th it while Of. 1 and Mrs Leigh had stili'eied i meat loss I their son s de itli was a lo.-s to the town I also. He lutl been in every way the mak-1 iug of a good ll,u' worthy citizen. He| bad been universally liked and respected I for his pleasant manner and the enemy l,e had displayed in his work. (If course the call was one they could not disagree with. Ml were liable to the snme call, but the)' had n natural myret in losing one who ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 March 1914

Borough Council. i The fortnightly meeting was held on Friday evening, whan there were present— Ci'fl. An«ett (Mayor), Jones, Ronab/iw. Well?, Donaldson, IIhid, Bong and Horan. conliKsrosiiKM'F.. From Fostiiiaster-Genoral's Department, asking that trues intorfei init with telephone wires at the south end of Brooke street b» lopped.—-To bo attended to. From Registrar of Titles, giving notice of transfer of land occupied by the now Stale savings bank.—Received. From Colonial Mutual Fire Insuranco Company, repotting having extended n policy already held i.y the council to cover liability under the Workers' Compensation Act.—Approved. From Queensland Insuranco Co., and Mercantile Mutual Insurance Co , and Mr. II. Taysom, local agent for the latter com pmy, soliciting couucu's business.—Re ceived. From Dr. A'iiliinsun, report!".. a cms*' ' (if diphtheria in Gi iril-strcot.- Receive''. t From \V, Wallace, band1' ,str', tt- iina that F. Thompson, water tun-" .valor, bo similcd leave to acc...

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Marong Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 March 1914

Marong Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. Tile monthly meeting was held at till) .Sliivo Hull, Maiong,on Thuisday. Present — Crs. Poole (president), Caiter, Johnson, Yeates, Jiailey, Kntterer, l''er»uson, W'irlh, and Daly. I'ioiii Public Woiks department, inform ing tlio council Unit the the Minister hud approved of the allocution of the following amounts for expenditme by the council:— (>t) Towards impiovcments to Myer's Creek, I between Nix's and FarneH's (re-vote),' £100; (h) towards maintenance of main' roads damagtd by Moods, £125, the council to expend similar amount*.—It was re solved that the £12o be divided equally between the three ridings. I From Railway Department, re the coun cil's application for permission to clean out' onn of the openings under tlio railway , bridge at Bramley's, Derby, to permit cattle going under it to obtain drinking' ' water from a dam in the vicinity, slating' that lie would write further on the mallei' at an early date.—The sectetary to bring t...

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