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SCOTCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 June 1914

SCOTCHED. (By P. A. FOWLER.) We met suddenly at the garden gate. "Hello, Jerry !'' said Rowena, "what a frightful hurry you're inl" ^ I drew hpr into Jhe shadow of -the " wall:'''^She* Jiad Been treating" me very flippantly for some time, and I ' felt that now was the opportunity to show her the danger of playing fast and loose with such a capture as myself. "Hush!" 1' whispered 'warningly. "Are wo alone?" Rowena shaded lier eyes and poered anxiously up and down the path. "It's all right," she said, with a siga of relief. "There's no one about ex cept McGregor, and he won't split.'' I looked doubtfully at tho little .Ab erdeen terrier in charge of her. "I don't know," I said, "I can't lielp thinking you place too much confidence in McGregor. I mistrust him. To me he has all the appearance of a tale bearer." "Copyright in the U.S.A. 1" the murmured admiringly. "But "-hat's the mystery, Jerry?" "You must promise not -o scream, Rowena. Now, look at me very cuse ly. Do you see anything ...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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PENSHURST STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 June 1914

PEN8HURST SfOCK SAL.E3. ; .. Messrs?, O'Brien Bros, local stock and commissiom agents, report having held a most successful! sale, of, stock on Tuesday 'afternoon at Tohin;s Yards, Prince of VVales,.Hqtel, . when iheyidisposed of sfeo^k Ibr the follow ing vendors, namely, Messrs D. Far raer jr., F. Albert, Walter Smith, Jno. Burger, R. O'Shanuesy, T. Tobiu, F. Burger, M. Barden, 6. D. McGIoin, R. L. Baxter, J.T'GT. Cheawas, H. Krugor, M. O'Leary, Ryan Bi-oh. T. Williams, W. Large, H. Myers, M. Page, 0. Oullinane, Alibas -Bro3., H. Nagorchk», P. Matuschka, Jas. Mcln tyre and Jno. (Jross. The offerings included about GOO head cattle and 450 sheop. > The competition for'sheep was very good, all lots being cleared. Crossbred wethers realised 25s B J, 23s 6d, 28s, 20s Id, 19s 8d,; merino ewes, fat, 17s lid, 16s 5d Crossbred lambs, small 13s lid, to 16s lOd. The demand for fat cattle was also good, all fats offered being sold at srtisfactory prices. Fat bullocks brought £11 to.£12 • li...

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PENSHURST MAIL TIME-TABLE. DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 June 1914

PENSHURST MAIL TIME-TABLE. DESPATCHED. Monday—WaiTiiambool, Koroit, Ilawkesdale 6.45 a.m Melbourne, Hamilton, Ararat, BaiIarat,Dun keld 9.40 a.m. Caramut ... .. .. il 'o a-.m Melbourne, " rHamil- " ton, Warrniimbool .. -i.^0 p.m Tuesday—Warrnambool, Kor oit, Hawkesdale.. .. 6.45 a.m. Melbourne, Hamilton, . Bailarat, Acarat,l)ua keld • 9.40 a.m. L'aramul 9.45 a.m ! Melbourne, Warr nambool 4.20 p.m. Hamilton 7.25 p.m . Wednesday-— Warrnambool. Koroit, Hawkesdale C.45 a.m. Melbourne, Hamil ton, Ararat, baila rat, i»unkeld .. .. 9.40 a.m. Garamut 9.45 a.m. M'eibcuruo, Warr nambool 4.20 p.m. * Hamilton 7.25 p.ii). Thursday—Melbourne, Ham- l ilton, Ararat, Dun- ■ | keld , 9.40 a.m j Warrnambool .. .. '11.35 a.m. ! Caramut .. .. .. .. 12.30 a.m. I Melbourne, Hainil- . j ton 4.20 p.m. Warrnambool, Koroit, Hawkesdale O.au a.m. j Friday—Melbourne, Ham- j iltoii, BallturatjArarat, j Dunkeld 9.40 a.m j Caramut 8.45 a.m j Warrnambooi .. .. 11.35 a.m. | Melbourne, Hamilton 4.20 a.m. Warrnambooi, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 June 1914

rt rOUMGHUSBAND, »OW*C* O PROPRIETARY LIMITED. Head Office: 94-6 King St., Melbourne Branchea—ALBURY, LOOKHART, WODONQA, TALLAN6ATTA, CORRVONG & WALWA. BROKERS FOR THE SALE OF EXPERT AND RELIABLE VALUATIONS G PROMPT RETURNS. WOOL, SHEEPSKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, FURRED SKIHS AND ALL STATION PRODUCE. FREE STORAGE wholesaleagentsfor Three months free on Grain received 1st December to. 31st March, after which- one month allowed.": McDOUGALL'S SHEEP DIP. "SALVITIS" STOCK REMEDIES. WOOL & GRAIN WAREHOUSES & PRODUCE STORES PRIVATE SIDING - KENSINGTON. THE BEST IS ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST. Singer Sew'in j Machines for . Family use. THE Sewing llachine haa so long been a necessity in every family that the main qneation to be answered is, Which Machine Is iiis Best? The women of the family are answering this question by purchasing , More than iwa irsliiisn Singer 8ewlng Machines each year. The new Singer Model 66 ia acknowledged the Lightest Running Lock-stitch Machine in the w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 June 1914

e «? Do you know that many of your Suits which appear to you to b« worn out would, if sent to me, be returned looking almost as fresh at when they arrived from the tailor's, and the cost, when compared with that of a new Suit would be infini' tesimal. I can clean your Suits,' Overcoats, Vests and Hats, or if they are faded can dye them. My process does not spoil the shapes or shrink any garment The cost is most reasonable-r" Suits from 5/9; Overcoats from 4/C, On all orders over 10/-, I pay j freight one way. Send m i bill parcel. N0BTHCOTE I my ifkht: "TU tf Dfting' iUd iortt and Frtt I Art detmi 4y ticiuru mmd dttcriflUnt iht m frttttt tptraUd mi Stmt fir* t*it tt-dmjr. ©

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LOCAL DIRECTORY. Gompiled from notices in our advertising columns.. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 June 1914

LOCAL DIRECTORY. Go m pi led from notices in our advertis ing columns.. F. L. OHe, butclier and baker. J. A. J3riggs, draper. Messrs. Heminons, Hyslop, and Maw son, visiting dentists. It. A. Moleswortli, B.A., solicitor, visiting every Tuesday. E. R. Courtney, M.f.S.A., phar maceutical chemist. R. W. Powling and Co., auctioneers, stock and station agents. T. Walker, undertaker. J. 6. Ckesswass, timber merchant, general store and drapery. R. Kelly, plumber. D. M'iMee, general storekeeper. T. Madigan, general storekeeper. President of Mount Rouse Shire, Cr. J. White, Devon Park, Dunkeld. Secretary, Shite of Mount Rouae, Mr. D. Walls. Councillors (Dunkeld Riding): Messrs. Woodburn, White, Kruger — Chats worth; Moffatt, Lloyd, Beggs,— Penshurst: Barnes, Chesswass, Kel ly. Enuine«r: Mr. W. J. Schooling. Mrs. S. Hudgson, oaterer. Straelian, Murray & Shannon, wool brokers. Local agent—W. A. Kelly. Bruce & McClure, plumbers and tin smiths.

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THE penshurst Free Press. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING SATURDAY, 27th JUNE 1914. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 June 1914

THE .'pensfjuist Sree p.i'ess.:. Published Every Saturday Morning Saturday, 27feh June 1914. ~ Local and General News. The Federal land, tax has yieldeif ibis year £1,275,578. Arbour day was* celebrated at Caramut with the usual tree planting by the school children,^ and luncheon provided by parents who sent hapipers of all sorts of good things in such boutiful quantity us to provide abun dantly for everyone, young and.old. We are imformed that police horse for patrol purposes at Garisbrook and Oamperdown ate to be replaced by bicycles. The Superintendent. had reporfcedfavorably upon the change and . his chief after visiting the district and seeing tne roads decided to make it Mr Joseph Cook, Prime Minister of the Commonwealth has been made a Privy Councillor.Dy His Majesty the King. The Attorney General, W H. Irvine, is now a belted knight . The Irish Nationalists are bringing the body of O'Donovan Rossa, from '•America to Ireland for interment and it is understood that at the fune...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 June 1914

r. w. iww.v; &ca; Auctioneers, Stock and Station Agents, PtNSHURST. Monday June 29 'Plioiie No. 17 RW. POWLIN(i <fc 'UO. (through their auctioneer, J. D. FORSYTH will hold their fortnightly sale at Tobin's yards on • he above date, at 1.30 p.m., when they will Offer. Agents -for North British and Meroanile Insurance Co. Ltd. and The Trustees, Exors. and Agency Co., Lt-!. Sunshine Harvester Co. . - ' • Agep( at Macarthur—Mr. P. POX. AUSTRAL PHOTOPLAY GO., LTD Registered under the Companies Act. CAPITAL: £10,000 111 200,000 shares of Is each, (After which there are no t further Calls) ELECTRIC Traill Drivers Wanted. Good opening for smart men. Per manent position. Good wages. Write for particulars (enclose stamp for answer): H. W. CHANNING, Instructor, 211,. Lydi ard Street, Ballarat. Mechanics' Institute. July 7th. FAULKNER SMITH PRESENTS . . MADAME MAItY CONLY Soprano. This will be MADAAIE.. CONLY'S first appearance in Penshurst. And PHILLIP NEWBURY the Famous Ten...

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RAPE AS A FODDER PLANT. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 June 1914

BAPP AS A FODDER PLANT. ! •' "~v ' i%r.sir On!' and station the ares . undoi J'vv ls each year being inerea»- ' ed, -» rightly recognised as one of oii:: fodder' planiB for lamtrfat tenin£r ^ ' v until lucerne is more gen erally ' £ tij an it is "at present,^rape will cu^c;$ue to be extensively grown. "" Like sev-&ral>of the-. Brasaica; family, rape is 1 sftid.• «o have' 'epriuas from .. 4. roadsido weed, and no doubt its pre- •. sent high state o£-devefopment ia due largely ito selection. The rape- plant. •has been grown in Great Britain, for oenturk's, and has. always been prized as a sheep fodder plant. It is in many ' ways allied to the 6Wede turnip, except that it expends its growth in the mak ing of leaf j whereas swede turnips pro duce both root and leaf. Rape under favorable circumstances and conditions ^ will give a larger crop in a minimum timj than mcst fodder plants, with, of course, the exception of lucerne; but the 'ormer requires that the soil shut 11 be in...

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DEVELOPING THE MALLEE. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 June 1914

DEVELOPING THE MALLEE. Notwithstanding the disheartening experiences of tho past two seasons, the farmers in the newly-settled country be tween Ouyen and Murrayville are not downcast. There will be a very con siderable increase in the land under crop over last year. The improvement in putting in and tillage generally can not, however, be stated in figures, but it is notable. Settlers are depriving themselves in many ways to enable them to purchase ploughs, as it is now universally recognised that thorough cultivation is as essential in the Mallee as elsewhere. Nature is also playing a leading part. Not for many years has there been a more auspeious open ing or more auspicious rainfalls. What with good culitvation and rain at tho right 'time, germination df the crops is excellent in every part. With a con tinuance of good climatic conditions the record for 1910 should be easily beaten. Water is also fairly abundant. Many of the Water Commission's big storage tanks have not been requi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 June 1914

QUICKLY DISAEPBAEED. "All last winter I had my two boys ill with very bad colds," says Mr. G. Archbold, No. 1 Baker street, Lewis ham, N.S.W. "Having heard from a friend about Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy, I gave it a trial with the result that the colds quickly disappeared. My baby, aged four months, has a cough now and I am giving him Chamber lain's Cough Remedy and there is al ready-a decided improvement.", : Sold by J. G. Chesswas. Penahurtt.

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TIRED OF MILKING FOR FUN. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 June 1914

TIRED OF MILKING FOR FUN. Farmer A (in auto): "Good morning neighbour! Fine day this!" Farmer B (in waggon): "Yes, toler ably. Going to quit milking?" Farmer A: "No, not entirely. I'm just going to quit milking for fun!" B: "Well, how's thatp" A; ".These cows are eating their heads offl" B: "They are, eh? But how; do you know?" A: "I just weigh and test the milk from the herd and keep a record. Each oow gets credit "for the milk she pro duces, also for the calf and the ma nure, then she" is charged for the cost of maintenance." B: "But isn't that an awful lot of work?" A: "Well, it does take a few minutes a day, but I believe I get a dollar an hour for this work. You see it makes all the other work count. Before I kept records I spent hours of labor oil these cows, and they didn't even pay for their feed. The labor was all wasted. It alone amounts to about 20 dollars per year for each cow, to say nothing of the feed she consumes." B: "What is the matter with that brindle? She looks ...

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HOW TO PIT POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 June 1914

HOW TO PIT POTATOES. Do not leave them too long in the ground, or they may start a eeoond growth; on the other hand, see that they are quite ripe before digging. The best way to store them is by pitting. Spread a quantity of dry straw along the ground, two feet wide by whatever length may be necessary for the quan tity you nave. Heap the tubers up on • this triangular wise; cover 'com pletely with another layer of straw, then with clay or earth. Never re move the-covering until you are ready to use the potatoes. Start at one end and withdraw the daily or weekly supply, covering the end up immediate ly you are finished. In this way you will not disturb the whole pit, but will gradually lessen it until all tne tubers have been extracted. Then you can dig the straw into the soil.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 June 1914

GAVE INSTANT RELIEF. '' My' little daughter Maud was very bad with croup and I was quite worn out with loss of sleep," says Mrs. Cath erine Holland, 456 Adelaide Ed., Ber hampore, N.Z. "A friend had seen Chamberlain's Cough Remedy adver tised for the relief of croup and sug gested my trying it. I did so and it gave the child instant relief. I have seen' dozens of children relieved of croup by Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy." Sold by J. G. Ohesswas. Penshurat.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 June 1914

c* „ YOU cm HAVE NEW, DSESSES • all the latest shades find / styles, and at littieexpesse, with the aid of Biaavcad Dyes. It is as easy as washing, a handker chief to produce those new shades with Diamond Dyes. They make the material 'look like sicw You.siay have bean disappointed over the resists obtained in an attempt to. dy« seme material with some other dye. If so, try a package of Diamond Dyes and you will at ones be convinced that they are by far superior to any other dye in the world, and will .always give that, clear bright shade so desired. Writ* Cor Direction Book and "Truth about Dy« Imt Home Uie."' M tiled ffree upon application to WELLS & RICHARDSON CO. 15 O'COKHELL STSEET SYDNEY . by \x 'sim : FOOIBAU8. Hartley Special X .. .. ., Hartley Special Hart ley Selected . Hartley Matfch II. Slierriu's v. Fordlmm's' Don's' Veribest Don's Speoial . Soccer .. discount-given : FOOTBALL CI.OT.UJNCi. Men's FiilJ-siZe' .Ter^'oj-s Siimlkii'/'h .TOVyDV^'v . '-4V 3/6 9/ 2/6 V l...

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LEMON MIXTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 June 1914

LEMON MIXTURE. ' Half lb. sugar, rind and juice of • two medium-sized lemons, 2 oz. butter, 2 oggs. Put all ingredients into an enamelled saucepan, and cook gently till thick and smooth, but do not let it boil.

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER VI. IS CIS TOO LATE. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 June 1914

SHE MASTER/PASSION. CHAPTER VI. IS CIS TOO LATE. Coming lumio from Pantoii"" Abbey, Cis suddenly deserted-Lady Eifrida, and telling Captain Beresford to ride ... on in front!."like a good fellowpull ed up his horse hy the side of Miss Mary Somers, the rector's daughtei. He and she were old friends, and ha could talk to her without the fr.-ir' of being drawn into a flirtation. Siic had taken a fancy t j. 'da Ji.isiiiiton. and with true feminine artifice she Jed the conversation in her direction. She was well aware of the state pf Deve . rel's feelings,_und determined':to throw; any -influence she possessed into . the» seals against Lady Eifrida.- 'M • ' .•"/ "Miss Hamilton has one of-tlie tru est. faces I ever saw,'' she said quiet ly, as she patted her hoise's lieek. '' I (lout.' think she could deceive anyoienf. don't think she could deeeive anyone if she tried." "And yet she has often puzzled me," pulling his moustaches reflectively. "If other girls has done what she- has, I shoul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 June 1914

NEVER WITHOUT THEM. "For years I suffered with indiges tion and constipation," says Mr. W. P. Dunstan, Menzies, "W.A. "I tried doz ens of medicines, but obtained no re lief. Hearing my. customers speak so highly of Chamberlain's Tablets I gave them a trial. After only a few doses : my health was greatly improved, and . after a course I was completely relieved of both complaints." Sold by J. Q. Chesswaa. Penahurtt.

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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE. HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 June 1914

FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE. how Some secured success. 1. Cultivate and perfect youf ideas Experiment. The world, ia ' eager for '-/something aJw, which}-' ho'vveVer sim ple' it 'fnay be, will save labor, or" ex-.-' pense, or do things better. Let it be r moie convenient, or promote pleanuro .ledu'oa waste. ' P.eOple who handle things in every- ? day nso are : tho natural inventors cf better things, and. the' natural capital ists of to-morrow. , Read .the-.splendid advice .tnat Sfidison gives: Learn'tho procedure as to pa tenting in the chief ootin tries,—then secure yoar own legal monopoly . fur your rights by becoraig a patentee. 2. If that workman or "oreman, or your ingenious'"friend has produced a clever invention, put liim en the trac. about patents by. telling him wher-j he ean obtain the "Inventors' Guide," 3. For yourself, obtain this '-ook, whioh tells what ,to invent, where i\. patent, how-to soir.patonts, the price /' inventions'have sold-for, -what -prize--, have, been offce...

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PENSHURST FOOTBALL CLUB. CALEDONIANS-9.20 BEAT PENSHURST 8.5. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 4 July 1914

PENSHURST FOOTBALL CLUB. (By "Has Been.") CALEDONIANS-9.20 BEAT PENS HXJBST 8.5. As was generally expected, the match between the Caledonians .and Penshurst played on Melville Oval last Saturday proved to be a good contest. The Penshurst club had chartered a special train, and had a large number of sup porters, about 120 tScketb being sold. After the good showing they made against Dunkeld 1lhe previous week, the red and blacks had hopes of getting a win, but the condition of the Caledon ians, who are a well-trained %m, stood, to them, and they won after a very iinteresting game. The Caledonians had their strongest team Jn the field, but Penshurst were not so fortunate as -their rover, Sleeman, has left the dis ifrict, Greig was injured last week, and Millard and Itandell were unavoidably absent Nevertheless, they put up a good fight; as up to half time ' he scor ing on both sides was even, and in ihe quarter they only scored one point less than the winners. It was in the third quart...

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