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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

N LEE PLUMBER AND GASFITTER, , BELL STREET, PENSHURST ' 'kill KIKDS OP- PLUMBING DONE ON THE SHORTEST" " ' NOTICE IN A WORKMANLIKE MANNER. - , NO JOB TOO BIG.—NONE TOO SMALL. - . TANKS, TROUGHS, BATHS MADE TO ORDER. WINDMILLS ERECTED OR REPAIRED IN ANY PART OF - .. . THE DISTRICT. A(JENT FOR WEBB BROS. & CO.-S RELIABLE WINDMILLS > " ^ : AND BOILERS. . . ONLY BEST BRANDS OF MATERIAL USED; NO INFERIOR STUFF. GIVE ME A TRIAL SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. Bruce & McClure, ENGINEERS, WINDMILL MANUFACTURERS, IRON, BRASS ' AND STEEL FOUNDERS. . . ' WARRNAMBOOL. BEG to Notify the Residents of Penshurst and the Surrounding District^that tjiey HAVE OPENED A BRANCH of their Business, in, the Premises lately occupied by Messrs. Walter Bros. * A-,-First-Class PLUMBER aiid WINDMILL EXPERT is employed, and Orders, will be taken for Windmills, Motor Engines, Power Working Heads, Iffilk Pumps,: Patent .Double-valve and Ordinary Well and Bore Pumps, Saw Benches, ...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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TAKEN UNAWARES. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

TAKEN UNAWARES. U Thompson and Fairhead met in the street the other day and got talking. "I was on the!, top of-a. tram- yes-' terday," said Thompson, . "puffing quietly , at my cigar, when suddenly a lady sitting inear me snatohed it from my mouth and threw it away. '■' "You've no right to smoke on- a tramcafr she cried. 'It's not , al lowed*" '• • V ' - "Well, what did you' do?" enquired Frod. • . "I was very much'surprised, and in my anger I grasped the poodle she was carrying in her lap and dropped it overboard,. ■■; . " 'You've'no right'to carry a dog on a tramrcar,' I said. 'It's not al lowed.'.' ' ' "She glared, and then we both looked over into the road, and there was the poodle running along by the side of the tram; and what do you think it had in its mouth?" . "The cigar;?" - : :: "No;" said Thompson; "it's tongue.!'

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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LEARN TO BE SILENT. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

LEARN TO BE SILENT. The art of living successfullly with others, like most other arts, depends chiefly; on. the art of omission. . By restricting our words aud actions, , or -Jet us. say words, for aotions are of comparatively little importance, the chief offences would be avoided. The first thing needful is to-learn-; to Be quiet. It is' the: foundation for: self-command of all kinds. The first stept to speakipg wellVis to' knbw^ how - to keep 6ilent. In this way it comes at last to the Ego itself, and not the body^or the temperament which' con ducts pur share of the conversation. ' : Tp say the right thing at/the right moment, to the right person, is per . fection, yet on the lower and rribre ic tesy of Which popularity is the acknow ledgment. ,

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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SATEN'S KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

satan's kingdom. Stands Scotland where it did ? It | would seem not if a statement in: a recent issue of. the .United Free Church is true; or anything near-the truth. Mr H. M. Barnet, a.layman, of Kirk caldy, is represented aa saying: "The population "(of the district about Kirk caldy) is seriously outgrowing ohurch organisation.r.v ■ The kingdom-of eaten is growing by. leaps, and bounds. The deities there are whippet, football, drink, and the devil. A large pro portion of the population are as com pletely heathen as the savages of dar kest Africa. A great many-have no regard for God and man; That is due, very largely, to the vagrant pop ulation, half Iroh. and half Scotch, which is about the worst combination in the world. Other authorities, it should, however be stated, take a less serious view.

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DID HE JUMP? [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

DID HE-JUMP? v Mr. - Bumpus, in Lis "London Chur ches," tells a tale of. Sir Henry Smart as orgalinst at St Luke's, Old Street. One of the., churchwardens came up into the organ loft and begged to in form Mr. Smart that they had de cided that they could not! have such jiggy stuff played in theit church. Very. \?ell, sir,- was the answer, "it. > shall ;hei^laltered>" v xfaxt Sunday dirge-like.sounds proceeded from the organ, and: the 'warden "forthwith con gratulated - the player on the solemn and. elevati'ng effect .of the jmusic. "1 am -you liked it,"| answered Smart; "doubtless if I play it a little Qubjce^-yda frill? 6&Hh9j-rfiiiBon why.it affectfedi yoUj":' aid 'Biut'jrig I the action to.; t'her^ordi-he forthwith' pealed out the then . popular strains - 6f "Jump, Jim Crow.?/ . .. After. thisfc says Mr. Bampus,: Smart played what he liked. What"" made. tKe "coal . scuttle P—It sawalemoa-drbpY ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

^ IN-HORSES. ;'Somij'■ t'im^Vfi'go ?ow, iiorpe; was, do wn • HSvitliriS5 ba'd'Attack" .oi'Ijgnfies,;'says I -Miss&;'Ev "v; ;-N- "remedies i. but _thuy~ liad .nQ -eitectj r as avlast re soui'cef3i * aaveri;ttte iqra6^ tnree- !tea :sp"<jons£ul,~o^C^ ' AJ<nn-tloes* fttmedy " aha "notuoSd an , improvement immediately,":'-.'~r:fie." xt.as^ 6ooa;iible;to:staiid aiid iiow'ls ^as well asiever." - - 1 • "" 'DOSES GIVE. HElilteF. I ""I am subject to bowel ^roubles 5§a»se? j^ijipf.and TVrifceSj^Vtf-.^iE^^ l;andiit»rt4iWV:*®m^^i:'^£GhambCTrain'8 .'Goljfojagfc^ ;and tal ;■; vays'k<^:^ .- -•.;;; ; : ' ;J"v" fcjtii&' liy J)/'(x. Oli^was^ij^ensaure ._•>

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AYRSHIRE CATTLE. POINTS AND CHARACTERISTUCS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

AYRSHIRE CATTLE. i points and challactjsius- > . tics. .' f,,;v ;; Although, the Ayrshire is-one of the most distinctive of breeds, being not ably different in color, size, horns, and milk yield from the class of cattle com mon all over, the surroundin'g country,' there is wonderfully little reliable in formation as to its origin. . . oao ■ The breed now . known as jtha Ayr-. shire went by the name of the Dun lop cattle at the end of the 18% cen tury. They seem to. have; been quite; numerous and'well known for a con siderable distance from the larish. of Dunlop, in the distriot of punning-'; ham, in North 'Ayrshire. ; ' Tiiey werfe' later referred to as the Cunhinghatn :' oreed, and th^ name Ayrshire !was pro-'j bably applied to tfiem early in. the 13th century. A very old report reads"The breed is short? in the leg, finely shaped in the head and neck, with small horns, not wide, but tapering to .the point. They are neither, so thin coat* ed as the Dutch, nor so thick and rough h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

f M<eiiix: Blue Twill \\ Worsted' Suits The Perfection of Ready Tailored Clothes . . . ' I HIS is the Biggest of All Clothing Values—the 1 finest of Blue Suits for 45/-. It gives you an extra good, ill wool, Blue Twill Worsted of fine appearance, colour-faSt and long wearing, made up with all that. perfection of style and workmanship which you would expect only at a much higher cost. Ihi fit, a carefully graded system of sizes ensures satis faction to men of all figures. < • Fox No. 4- Serge Suits (Ready, to Wear) Suits, Sizes 3 to 7—39/6' Larger—42/6 Trousers 3 to 7—13/9 Larger—15/ In ordering by mail, gtate -waist, cHc.it and inside leg measurements or write for forma and catalogue. PHOENIX CLOTHING CO 347-9 King St., Melbourne (opp. Flagstaff Gardens) PATON 6496 Its.. sihmmuig Capacity la- Second to Noii«,.: Simple - in "Construction. Easy in Running. Easy to Clean: Particulars and Pncep > from;— THE A G B NTS. -DALGETV & GO. CREAM SEPARATOR H...

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LOCAL DIRECTORY. Compiled from notices in our sdvertising columa[?] [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

■. r^-Tdj^fr.'t3Jfet'Butchor and. baker. t : .E-s ^femoSwn, 'irurfiererI i : isF^Hi:"Sln<i4;wfcj''bortflg 'cofltradtolv; ■.-... i J. At firings, <- ^ ' .'« ' ' Jfejara: IJeiwwnp, Hyelop,: and Mair sbn, visiting QentiBt#, . . ; '*RV-;£.~Molesworthj BXi wilicitor ; '■ ^Courtney, ;.M.1?.S.A".,■.'pb»T • <f?. mac6utieal-'fcli©n»«t;* 'R.~>W. fowling-and Co,; auctioneer!, atock and qtatiop, agenda.. T. Walker,- undertaker. ^ i Eft-" ©'. BSIichV1 W8ck8niiih and coacn ^.-tarildcr.T r-'' ~~. * J. 6. Cheaswaes, ,• timber' mewmanfc, general store and drapery. E. T.'Noar. taJor." ? , . HT. Kelly, 'pWinter. D. M'Nee, general storekeeper. , -T. Jkladigau,„ general storekeeper. Cook and .Softs,J produce dealer#. Evans and'Co., saddlers. //B6cretary»-vShiroS",ot-:JdouHt,..RpuBef;; Mr, - D. WWUs. - - r. . J.. QonndlW 8fe""' i^ Arnjytag*rChat» TPeBShurst; Barne«, ChM»WM», JC* >. ia^uMt; Uu W. I. School***

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WORKING CLAY LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

WORKING CLAY LAND, i: There is a considerable area of heavy ■olay; land' in" the terraces* bordering the alluvial' flats and .in - rolling''' country, which grows more than average crops when properly managed., .but requires experienced handling. When ploughed the least bit too wet they pack, and bad effect is not got rid of for several years. They get into a very retentive state, and lie cold and un responsive for a. considerable part of the year. They generally lack hu mus or vegetable matter, . and artf therefore difficult to get into good physical condition, and are only main tained in that condition by 6pecial treatment'. It is generally (conten ded that it is no use tile-draining such ground, and that it would not respond to such expenditure: but it has been proved conclusively that suoh is not the case; Tile drainage is ex pensive, and the outlay is not repaid in one year or in two. Grain crops and root crops, are, however, improv ed to the extent of 20 per cent, to 30 ,per o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

IN STUDYING YOUR DREB8, >>,TtTDY YOUR POCKET, "TOOTft Don't Pay Higher Prices for Suit* do- better tlian Min*! .1. deal/ strictly for-Cash, consequently have no: bad debts for which yon .have to pay. I import all my ma terials .direct from the manufaofcnr nra. and make all Suit* on my own premises-, I can j give yoq a large assortment of shades t-o ehoo«« from in fancy f>«rigua tnd' ; f he very latent Indigo Dye tweeds, worst eds,. Viciunas. XwiUs. and the famous Geelong Sorgo SAO.-"'SUIT TO ;M1DA9USE. v ■ - MAD 1?. rO. id KASUli S;, a iaige^ aaaort nit tit, oi U>:« costings oJbto-jflts iioin at uAmte -Tics. Patterns, Tape and S-lfl-. Form to 'aiiy »d .iji&es ' _ 'Pest _ , <V*n. —»■» W. IL BRUCE THl PEOPLE'S TAILOR, 169 B0UKKE-8T., MELBOURNE. i i H EE I i r IF- you have 'tried numbers, of rem edies fopyoup com plaint: and failed, to get. any benefit DON'T GIVE UP HOPE, there is still my system to try-; and it has: proved itself in 40 years' experience ...

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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

t in ft rddenir eoufit^, wc^Teo^asa * tho f Uv eighth adjuster ^fciitiuglit- lOi ntC-B< Vry , .rtc^^art^liis ^ w<itte^ivv-;some|iimgv51;g3« X21b-1 Si*Rlj> *his;. Is" ">iie Iva ^'flattering'" llumeracaps^l I« is r0-\ tiuo iwndicapp,er TWclL^anIy*v«y modsi S:p£widp.i.'^ ^'xis^fiwid'-^;/ti£ to ;bo hop^d ■ tiia«v1»Jie>t)J5«nple awil-noobj jiollowett; Sia'i^iDo'ri«mpmg-'lian®cap^ ?gr«a^es» tb^nll/ stona'^'A. tap.weight cafifodnrte' n_6^^nt;itXio?lv to.;■' tbfcp'-niucih. ie¥?b\;^6HasCT'a'&:^h^ .rXV.filaw^isjflga^^M^^^^wfss^^n^v for;-: iWc^wa^'ariff'^ •i'tttrtnerFw.id--ekp^ • ~-an^aix.^iiicinents';ibfe^^ 'fcTi§^ris^no;.Iiopi?V:for Wo!awp£r ;'Scabjjj£ r. is; siiph' ^ '•'one ^Jioffiefs;';^ out .'jor. ^Wolawij:'^ ;ta^k'-witn: \ HJiIj kbrsaasv.cer^i^^aat an-.-^nvi»ble-■ ^-Perhaps Ihe l&ro' 6f tli.e 'Boiiflg Day -r0,^ti«g'.a't,.,CauI^ $?Jio\was dtsei^ ; "'great p erfor m a nc se.^. ■ri.eyJ^\tui*bng3j;:W|f^ 1 JJtfiiuwynd* w.»^ ai front'; v-^Mg^ar^^\...

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS (By "Ambrosme.") ';.ut,;Th6'.;.most becoming way- o'f wearing til© na,ir,-for little Child ran frr.ra. fiye -to tea years of age,, is to ';leave- -..it hanging on the shoulders, and only fastened, by a velvet -elastic*, or a. rib bon, matching the dress,' .which sur rounds the head and: finishes at one side m a rosette or a kupt. Some ." „ times the hair is divided by .a parting t either in the middle or on one side'of - - the-head, and is kept back by a"wide ribbon. From ten t.o 'fifteen, the most popular coiffure is tlie "catogan," . ,\vhich consists of- a plait'- turned up twice and fastened- on thei nape of the neck, by two large ribbon-bows. Tiie fringe on the forehead, is worn a great " deal, and makes a-pretty frame for a youthful face. There is an air of , distinction and refinement in the tailored suits in Pa ris showrooms just- now that commends them to. the smart mondaine.- -The . models are of great interest, especially when -it is remembered that these...

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PUTTING SPELLS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

putting spells. ^ m • Mr.- M, T: Lewes, in thev"Ocou!t Review.^ iteHs some stor'a^abojiit' wiiP ches. .. .-."^n-volden.^Jays' ^elsh. witbhe» i^sfidyto; ^ut|^pells^ on :fl$ anuJUOs^e ^gjiboujjjvho'^i^o Jf^a 'TOW;. jt would sicken of ^^lfea*i^^tSL.\ASpjii- >(6besi '- iiat^rfSmosr-■ ed, ,woulddie. - The ^ect of iiwitch-"" ing" a„pig was to cause a curious -kind of.'madness,; something . like < a fit; this again'* eiicled fatally unless .a coun ter-charm . was forthcoming. :": Quite recently I-saw one of those "charms" quoted in "a local paper by a collector. of folk lore. . "An -old witch1 living not far from Llangadock (in.Carnytr thenshire) K ,-:-6n,'one pocasioa^-vfhen she had wit^^y»-pig-;.w"as- compelled subsequently y'to unhitch - ;,the ;aniinal. She ' 'came. and_ -piit her hand on -". the pig's back. saying 'Duwa'th, g'adwo • i'th IjerchenpgV (God 'kfeep tfeee /to; - thine owner)""- Wl)ich^seems: a mild : way of oalmihg "a. frenzied pig. "A noted witch," says. Mr. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

STOP THAT OOliun. There is no medicine ou'the-market to-day bo-effective aa MARK'S COUGH mCMEDV. it is safe - and - sure foi Coughs,■■■,•>. Colds, - Asthma, Whooping Cough. Gcpup. Hronchitis.Tnfluenzii, *nc all affections of .the: Throat and Xiiinlgs- ' MARK'S COUGH REMEDY is the best for children as well as 'for adulta. it « pleasant to take and ft rare cute for a}' Chest affections.tending-to'consumption ; Obtainable {roar J.v■ JBiChesBwas, Beli street, Penshurst. _ " ]

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FATHER AND SON. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

FATHER AND SON. "The son.hafin'tthe father's brains'. The void man^could run • a-shoestring into a tannery any time." . "And the son?- _ • "About.aH hp can do is to run an, butomobita into: a telegraph pole."

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

^ IN HEMORIAM. ^ ; UNDEEWOOD—In loving remember ance of my dear daughter Liazie, who departed this life at Penehnrst on.Snd January, 1913. We watched herGaffer night and day, ' It caused na bitter grief; To see her slowly fade away : -And could not gire relief. Tliou art not forgotten, bear Lizzie, .Nor wilt thon ever be; Xa Ion:? life and memory lastj I will remember thee. Insartedby he loving mother, it is Hill.

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PESHURST MAIL TIME-TABLE. DESPATCHED [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

. P E^SHURST M A IL TI hll5«f AB LE. | V° ' * ~ Dl&PA'l&HlU) ~ I. Monday^-W&mraTJibOof,-' ivoroi t, • ■■< - ffa^kesdale- ~ (> 45 a in*" | Jielbum ne, Hamilton, Aiuiat, BaUarat,DuB-v,> - •-! | ketd \J _ 'i *9,40 a in . Oaratnutr "3'" " J9.45 a na j Melbourne^ Haiml I („ ton, Warinambool .. - 4 20 pjo^ •1 uesU;<y.-r* iV arriiamlioal{--'Kor^rt:i^^-v-r^i oit> ^ 6.4a ,»jn Melbourne, Hamilton, Balhuat, AEoratJSaB- 7 kSa „ -_v -^9.40 a.*, CarafHjiV sr.m Aigftoiit te, _\Vath- o' -'^BafiJbool*'"*, V1 "4.20 p.tn "" i^-tpiiiton „ in , \\ vdnebcLo - Wuuuijibogl ./KorOit^-^H'awke^ale Melbourne, Humxl- - t, , ton," Arai at, ' Ballfe- 1* s .. .iiuiikoja v, ... ». ^ttw'.&.inV. •JUaraiiiut _ ^ io a m ' 'ilellioiirne, ^VVair- ^ , - }uuabfiftl O ",4!iupui ' Hau»jit3sr—~ —^r^r-p-nr^ Fbursdav-^-iM<M.bQurue^ Ham-.. i > - • ,| -■ "iTfeoti, ' A'rarat, ]Duur, .. 1 '' kgltU '7..'.. v 9140 a.m .;Warrn'ambool-*-' T; "'V- '-11.35 a.m V...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

•DC YOU SEE::r THIS? FRUIT, CONFECTIONERY * FANCY —r- GOODS. -—-v B. CAMERON (Lata F. Crojssky). BELL-STREET, PENSHURST. Announces that be is now prepared, to: supply the public with luscious fruits of - the best quality at the cheapest'*rates^ —SnoplieB Iieoeivedttegularly. —— Choles Confectionery Slocked. A Nloe Range of-Fanoy Goods. Among the smartest jwomen of to-day is she whose garments have been renovated here:!-She looks just as if she had-Steppid out. of a. band box. From the ostrich feather in her hat, . down to the hem of her dainty'.-' ,.i skift-^-everything looks brand • new, in fact,- few beyond hec-L - self would guess that every •' • article was not .absolutely tnew ■■ —yet it is all last season's goods cleaned or dyed by. me. NOBTHCOTE' Frtt V~*tny booklet: "Tki | Art of -Dyeing" 'giving . I 'detailed ' cost, and showing' bv pictures andT'descriptious the | • new process opera ted i at my <v arks. Send [ for « c*Py to*3ay. ^ Younghusband, Row and ciy Ticj...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

If- NKVER FAILS. ..:!%.-y«4ra we have—been using Cham^riajii's ;Cougii . llemedy,''5 -".says MrHerbLarc H; • W oodiieadV ~ '"Wt'ir£" jWortfo'iN-S. W:."' f'^'We | have six children and never.' use -anyilimg- else ■ : for/' tlii» treatment of couf^isV colds and 1 ' brL,nohiarcomplaints;i'.; ccnfidenrily rtcommeiid^Cl)amb;rlain'a. Cougn liein- j edjfcttf 'everyone, more; espec-.aliy to' 'piu'entsj ■ >v%t like -tnyself - liavj young.; childi%n'^vKcaltli.: to safeguard. - 'lo/f 'iiover 'fails.ito. give relief-;in &Ucases. ■' Solil^l'iV -K 0'. .'OliessiVaH, Hehslimsi. > = ;WHBPPING;' CX)UGH.. ; ;•-My- little boy him, v hopping cougL. J very - badly'/\^ys. A. ; Hjiiidesoii/-1 'Jlie'Pe.ciple?^ Stcie,-47;Elgeniiid^ Ait)r-7 niugton,l^:Z.~-i',*I-triedscveral-cough njedicinea^ijifiout'. .any ,bfth^m^doing. 'hiin anjo -« Iain's Co;

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