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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 4 July 1914

'Phone 36. PUBLIC NOTICE. T. WALKER, UNDERTAKES. of PENSHURST, desires to notify the Public of the Township and District that he has WREATHS- of various kinds on haad. Inspection invited. Ail orders addressed to T. Walker, Pnnshurst, or left at his residence, Cobb-street, Penshnrst-, will be prompt ly attended to. -v MARTIN STREET, PENSHURST. F L. OLLE GENERAL BUTCHER, and BAKER. Hotki-s and Families Waited on Dailv fob Orders. elephone No. 22. Simple and Strong, They Cannot go Wrong; - Bhnplicity Is a great thing la • ■eiring machine,-especially when yon live in the country and haveu P» fix it yourself. WARD BROS. Machines have feirer'parts thaa . afly other—nothing to get out of oraer. Pcuinds cheaprr than othera We pay ireight to your station—, guarantee every machine—and let . you have it on easy terms. Write for'illustr.ited Catalog-post, free. Machines of all makes repaired, NeedlesandPartiianppUwiorany . Machine. 38-38 ERRQI. STREET, NORTH MELBOURNE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 4 July 1914

LOCAL DIRECTORY. (row notices in our advertis ing columns. ;F. L. Oile, butcher and baker. J. A. Briggs, draper. : Messrs. Hemmons, Hyslop, acd Maw son, visiting dentists. R. A. Moleswortli, B.A., solicitor, visiting every Tuesday. E.. R. Courtney, M.P.S.A., ' phar maceutical clieinist. R. W. Powling and Co., auctioneer*, stock and station agents. j T. Walker, undertaker.. [ J. G. Chesswass, timber merchant, general store and drapery. R. Kelly, plumber. D. M'-Nee, general storekeeper. T. Madigan, general storekeeper. President of Mount Rouse Shite, Cr. J. White, Devon Park,- Dunkeld. Secretary, Shire of Mount Rouse, 'Mr. D. Walls. Councillors (Dunkeld Riding): Messrs. Woodburn, Whito, Kruger — Chats worth : Moffatt, Lloyd, Beggs1..—. Penshurst: Barnes,; Chess wass, Kol-* lr. Encine«f: Mr. \V. J. Sohooling Mrs. S. Hxidgson, oaterer". Strachan, Murray & Shannon, woo.l brokers. Local agent—W. A. Kelly. Bruce & McClure, .plumbers and. tin smiths.. ' . 4» * 5 Do you know ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 4 July 1914

A MELBOURNE TRAMWAY OFFICER writes lietfer. Mr. Charles Rock, of 42 Gladen-st., East Brunswick, who for 33 years . has fliJed an Important position in the SVdei Lou me Tramway and O.B. •Oompati^iwriie^ this letter, which other offsbsais confirm, to 11 This, is a Document of special ifiterest to altrailway and tramway nieii. 42 Bladen Street. . .,. East'Brunswick, 2/4/12. CUSIWENTS TONICi LTD., "It waft the end of December, 1911, that I oaught ooldand ' was laid up with pleurisy, which became * very serious. The doctor thought it advjsable to oonsuit with another physician regarding my illness. For three days MY TEMPERATURE WAS 104 DECREES. MY LIFE WAS DESPAIRED tiF, BUT IY WAS YHROUCH TAKING. THE DOCTOR'S ADVICE THAT I AM IN YHE LAND QF ,THE LIVINCTO-DAY. .He advised my wife to get CLEMENYS YONIC FOR ME. /YHERi WAS ! LIFE IN YHAT MEDICINE.' I am,convinced thit'when he said, 'Life In Clements Tonic,' they were THE TRUEST WORDS HE EVER UTTERED.: l am sure that I would have been In my ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 4 July 1914

BOLS GIN The firm of Bo.'s has been establish ed now for over 330 years. Their gin has a world-wide reputation for quality, being made from the finest ma terials only. It is very old, and very : mellow. It is of a' yellow colour, due ■ to storago in wood for. many ■. years. Above all, it is renowned for its medi cinal properties. In such complaints as rheumatism, gout* urinary disorders, nd especially in kidney complaints, its value cannot be overestimated. There fore, being such a highly matured spirit, and sold at the same price as others, is it not advisable to drmic "Bols" in preference to others?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 4 July 1914

SILVER] STAR STARCH 41o 5 lb Parcel INSIST ON LABELLED PACKAGES TRY MADIGAIT'S FOR DRAPERY, BOOTS, SHOES* GROCERIES, HARDWARE . .. - ironmnngery. J C " ' „ - x A** v" < I ~ ^ ^ ^ v ~ ^ ^ I'-tfv r^ste.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 4 July 1914

SCHUTZE a CO Pure Woollen UNDERWEAR Manufacturers. Ladies, Gentlemen's a.n6)WK Children's Combiuations,j j. Singlets and Drawers, etc..»/^(ji made to measure. Price j Lists and Samples on application. BLOCK ARCADE, Melbourne. 282..Collins-street. Take Lift..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 4 July 1914

E. ri COURTNEY M P S.a. • ' ' Pharmaceutical Chemist, • a" JSpft, STREET, / PENSHORST. J. » ' ' ' ' \ ... . ..... . i:. • >-• •••• •. . PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY -V DISPENSED. ... • ■?::>. S'-'v5-" ';"'r ■" .. ' . A large Assortment of SEW and CHOICE PtRFUMERY In Stock, ranging in price from 2s 6d to 15s. suitable FOR CHRISTMAS ATCD SEW YEAR presents. v.(i'-r. - • V\Telehone, No. 13. , ' 5 '.f"V . -r * ' D. Mo NEE, ' .;:;;:'^;:iiRA.iLWAY^ store. -' ~ „ 'r Bell Street, Pcnslmrst, TfiA-NKS Iiis humerous Customers for past support during the . present year to gi ve' even G^ROC3S3RI]EiS —Here we have ai well assorted stock •■'"<^;>6fJth^^s1;lgpQ4.8;-atTea8onable--priees.l'. * V ' ^ \ ■■■ .v./' DRAT^lFi]|Y—Men's and Boys' clothing, ;Siiits, Hats, r 'Ties, etc. Values unsurpassed. BpOI-S ■ and STf OTQS—This is where we. shine, pur^epuiation being suchi that it is quite usual to hear the advice, : . • ^ ... ,: SUITS-made to; measure—Fit Gnaranteecl. ; FLOuit....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 4 July 1914

SUFFERED FOR ELEVEN YEARS. "I suffered continuously for eleven years..with, dizziness; sick headaches, and lack of energy,1'A write# Mr. W Johnson, 30 Olipnant Street, Ponsonby, Auckland, N.Z. "I, was' recommended to try Ohamberiain/s Tablets and after taking one box' I felt so wonderfully improved that I took a course of them, with the result that they made a new man of me. "Now I am always fresh; vigorous and healthy, all of which is entirely due to Chamberlain's Tab lets."~ . Sold by J. G. CSiesswas. Fen»hcr*t.

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SO SIMPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 4 July 1914

SO SIMPLE. Professor-r-"Some of the. grandest in-, ve'ntions of the age have been the result of accidental discoveries." Young Lady—"F can. readily believe it: Why, I , mad© an important dis covery myseUL and. it ?vas the purest accident, too/' "I should much like ito hear it.'* "Why, T fonnd that" by keeping a bottle of ink handy, a fountain pen can'be used, just the Game as any other pen—without any of bother and mess of filling itti?

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CLEVER NOVEL IDEAS. COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 4 July 1914

CLEVER NOVEL IDEAS. COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. Applications for grant of letters pa tent have been lodged on behalf of the following clients by Messrs. G. '6. Turri & Co., Patent Attorneys No. 1 of Australia,, -of the Rialtor 499 Col li n.> Street, Melbourne. Messrs. Wright, Langford and Weiss, for an invention for preventing railway collisions.. The two former are the inventors, and Mr.- Weiss part, assignee, all from Western . Aus tralia. They have come to Melbourne with the intention of making a good model, .and- submitting ifc fto.X'the riik: way authorities r "' Their construction provides that if the. (trains arrive at what is arranged to be any one section of a railway tract—whatever its length —then, a bell or signal will immedatelj be given in the cab nf each engine, so that a collision , becomes impossible, as ample time for attention to such bell is, given. Various'other con tingencies are provided for. It has been admitted by railway authorities that some form of s...

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ACCOMMODATING. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 4 July 1914

ACCOMMODATING;. Nervous Visitor: "Will your dog bite me, little boy?" Eager Litfcte Boy: "If you :waat to •99, I can sifk him on you,"

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 4 July 1914

WORKED "WONDERS. "I have used Chamberlain's Cougli Remedy for years," says Mrs. Eliza beth Binghamj Kent St.,. Tenerilfe, Q. "One of my s6ns was-so bad ,wiu> continual colid# that I really feared he ■would develop consumption. Three bottles of •• Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy Worked such wonder# -.that, i no longer anxious about him. When my grandchild' had whooping cough - gave it. Chamberlain's (^ugh" Remedy and it wa£ soon: free of this distressing complaint.".. ; . .Sold by J* G. Chesswaa. Penshurst.

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RENOVATING. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 4 July 1914

RENOVATING. Old clothing may be made to look nearly as good as unv Dy pursuiig the roiiowiHg plan:—,'ake icr instance a aUriny old coat, vet, r pa.r of trousers, The clo'i.ior mak-ja a stiong warm soapsud, and pi in^es xlie gavrrent into it,.souses: t i.p .ud 'iuv,u, r-Ls the dirty places, r iu'vev»aiy, j.uts Jt through a second a vis, then rti fos it .through several- vaters, :.,ad haigs *t> up to dry on the line. Wi en nearly dry, .<3 t»kes it >n rolls it up for an h'ur tr two, . d then presses; An old cotton oloth is laid on the outside of the coat, ana the iron passed over that until the wrihkles are out; but the iron -is re moved before the steam ceases to rise, from the goods or they would be shiny. Wrinklea 'that are obstinate are re moved by'layiiig a wet cloth over them and passing the iron over that. Ir any shiny, places ore seen, they are treated as. the wrinkles are.; the iron is lifted,, while the full cloud of steam rises an<j brings the nap...

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THE GOOD DAIRY COW. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 4 July 1914

THE GOOD DAIRY COW. A successful dairyman says:— After a good many years m the bus iness I imd only ouo satisfactory way of acquiring good dairy cows and that is to raise them. li a man cornea into my yard and wants to buy cows from me, you may be quite sure 1 am' going to part with, the poorer ones more willingly than with the best, even thougu I add a good stilf margin to the latter for their increased excel lence. I take it that others feel about the same. Therefore, it is hard to buy good cows unless under peculiar circumstan ces such as a forced sale, etc. Of course, you can buy good pedigreed cows, but if you get the kind you want to raise and own you will have to hand over a handsome figure for them.. So I repeat that the only sure and satisfying way is to raise your best heifers and cull out the poor ones. After a while you w.ll thus acquire a herd that you can take pride in. For the man who must buy oows, it is difficult, even after years of experi ence and with a thorough ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 4 July 1914

REMOVED RHEUMATIC PAINS. "I have great faith: in Chamber lain's Pain Bairn,'! says Mr. S. E. Haiicock, J,P./Kapunda* S.A. ''Foi yeaislsufferedwith rheumatism in my arms and shoulders, brought on by a chill . Now an:application of cham berlain's Pain Balm giv^ ine insit:; relief and. soon remove® I reco: mend Chamberfain's Pain Balm (to al sufferers from rheumatism." Sold by J. G. .Ghesawaa. Pans hurst.

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Peushurst Terrier Coursing Club [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 4 July 1914

PeusiiiirMt Terrier Cours ing Club President. Mr. T. Tobin; Vice-Presi dents, Messrs; W. Archbold. "W. B. Tlichie. D. J .""-'Walsh and A . OHe. C-mnm'ttee, Messrs. J. J. Collins, P. (Wlins. J. P->ge, R. Hutchinson, 33. O'le, W. HiW, W. Edlich, M. (VLeiry, J. Waller, J. Dalton,; - slippers, (dogs), Mr. A. Collins: (rab b'ts), Mr. G. Davies: judge.- Mr. R. Ross: measurers, Messrs. Tobin and Archbold; hon. secretary, Mr. H. Hutchinson. The above, club held i's second meet ing on the local recreation reserve last Saturday afternoon, and though the weather was somewhat cold arid inc'o ment, and iihe large number of would be snectators had been drawn away by. (the counter attraction of premier ffx>tball o.n ./there was'st:'lt a tair at^ndance at the-meet, which was a pronounced success—fvCfcing reward for the keen, in'terest manifested in th® uport by ''he comm;ttee and oflMn's not .the 'n this direction being ■he energetic and courtrous hon. secre tary. The absence of the "knights ...

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HOW HE COULD TAKE IT. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 4 July 1914

HOW HE;COULD TAKE IT. Counsel for the prosecution iiad' sub jected witness, for the defence* to. <> searching cross-examination; winding up triumphantly with: "As you have llatJy contradicted all your .earlier statements, it would r p pear that we must accept -your evi cttnoe 'cum grano salis.' Witness for .the defence grinned. "Wellj guv'hor," he. admitted, "yer !'qan take it 'Come; birdie, coine,' if yer likes; but it's wot ,that btbty ^ndicat. . ing counsel for the defence); "told me terVjr." , /. \ Then the usher had to call for si lenoe in court.

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[?] [?] for Immigrants [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 4 July 1914

/.v ,• for Immigrants 5v 'z up your mind to go ba>" > ■ o 'j 1 'vyv Wait a bit. D >n't.: i,T? rt-j teach the Australian vhst h'- i..- .!i know about his own coumry. Y : - 11 odIj. make a mess of it. : ■ • V • ' /. Don't, iic. the assumption that, .being.an EiyM^hraan, you are,the stilt of the earth, which', perhaps, /'oarpialW. '■why In Australia he is bo ofteii in a picklp. '■■■■'■ • •.. "Don't ih!i:k. much less ,suS8'^> that you have conferee! a favor coming to this c- 'Uiitry. Thi.-y 0"U.ti get on just (ir wrll withbiic y;>tk? eistance. - • * . Don't forget that everyone''doosti't lake you at your own. valuation. Don't, if you are a man, forget'to bf( manly. ; > " Don't grumble. And again! don't gmmblp. Two can play at that game. "Warranted All Bristles.''is a! fine tradtt mark for a.good brush, but not. for a brand-new. immigrant. Some people would grumble even in Heaven , —if they got thpre. Don't forget that you are a citizen of the new country as Boon as-you...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 4 July 1914

WHY GOLD BLACKENS THE SKIN According to an eminent authority, Dr. Oarleton Simon, of New York, the blackening of the skin by gold is due <to chemical changes in the body and not to the metal. Excess of sul phur in the air and deposited on the skin, or excess of sulphur in the body will cause blackening of the skin by a gold ring. However, in most cases, it _ is the oil of the skin or the oil in ointments such as oold cream, etc., or where grease or soap is not thoroughly washed, off. Oil contains more or leaa. oleic acid, which, with-friction, and in contact with gold, produces a chemiral deposit or oleate or gold which is de« posited in minute quantities upon tha surface of the skin, and which is b?nck in colour. Loose rings cause this quicker than tight ones. "Anything in that floating bottle P" "Great find; had a girl's name in it." "Mercy! I thought may'be it had A drink in rt."

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