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Drainage for the Yard. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 4 July 1914

Drainage for the Yard. Ia kciting a cow shed, care should be taken to have a gentle slope from, the shed in at least one direction af fording good natural drainage to both shed and yard. If,the shed is already built and poorly located, draining and grading will do much to remedy the evil. In most capes it would take but. a small amount of labor with a scraptr when the ground is in a suifcabls con dition to handle to give the surface of the yard a Blope from the shed suffi cient to carry off the surplus water. Even if dirt has to be hauled in from the outside yard to accomplish tbis it will not be expensive. The drainage alonej'.iwill-Vnot ■ b<v Sufficient;, "air the'; tramping about of the cattle soon covers the surface, preventing the water from passing down to the tile, j

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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To Our Readers [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 4 July 1914

To Our Readers Very oftenari interesting item may come under your notice. You may witness some interesting occurrence which would be of general interest to the public and your district.. We in vite you to send it along, written in a short, crisp, style,' the crisper the. better. ^ The edttor will--carefully peruse all communications sent, whether theyibe in political, social or other form, and they will be treated as strictly confi dential. All items must, however, be well authenticated, and from a reliable source. All communications will be acknowledged in the correspondence columns. If you do not wish your name to appear, use a non-de-plumo, but. the name and address must also be sentas a guarantee of good faith.

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Olla Podrida. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 11 July 1914

011a Podrida* [By Eree Lance] ' A paying guest.at a city hotel re cently .was asked to try some- chicken soup-. ' He did,"and being a magistrate deeiared shortly afterwards- that the chicken proved a complete alibi. " Fill 'em up again, " was a phrase "used all too frequently by a young tram- driver whilst celebrating his birthday with some new found friends at Richmond the other day, and as a result be got " under the table.'* When be woke up be had quite a run. of missforfcunesr He miased 4 brand new pair of tan boots and socks off his feefct be missed, bis purse, missed his hat, missed his handkerchief and^ iucideritaily missed the last train and had to walk home io a pair of bor rowed shops. JN«edle3S to add< hi» chums were also missing. A. Middle Park school pupil was askecf by bis teacher the other day to compare- the word "ill." He did; it this way—^''Positive, ill ; comparative, ■ilfer ? superlative,r dead." - A Scottish paper relates that in a smalli town' the lo...

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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 11 July 1914

Sportiag. A fine'swimming feat'was accomp lished ia England last weelc bv a new addition to Australia's list of iady na tatorial experts. From Brighton to. Shorebam is five "miles and tb« dis tance was covered by Miss NV ICenny iii 2 hrs. 23 ia. ; Fred Lindrum jr.,' Australia's cham pion billiardist, deieated Tom Reece. the famous English player, by 649 points in the first of a - series of 3 matches of 18,000 up, for £250. Lindrum led right through the match. .Reece recently defeated Stevenson on level terinsr and though uot the. noibi inal cham-piort of the world is consid ered by many to ba superior to Mel bourae-Inman the holder of the title. Brookes and Wilding (Australia) de feated Dixon and Roper—Barrett (England) for the doubles at Wimble don. 6-1, 6-lv 5 7, 8 6. M. Guillaux, the intrepii French aviator, made some splendid flights ab Geelong on Saturday before thousands of people. He caused the machine to make a perpendicular dive, which put the hearts of the people into thei...

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PENSHURST FOOTBALL CLUB. PENSHURST 5.10 BEAT NORTH HAMILTON 0.11. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 11 July 1914

PENSHURST FOOTBALL, CLUB. (By "Has Been.") • . PENSHUTtST 5.10 BEAT NORTH HAMILTON 0.11. The second match for the season be tween the above teams was played on the local ground on Saturday last, and resulted in an easy win for the 'home team. The visitors arrived by special train with a goodly number of supporters, and were well represented, while the locals chief absentee was "Wm. Clark who wai away through illness. ...Nevertheless the6 locals had all the best of the play, and", were gen erally showing the best football. The game suffered by comparison with some played this season, as at no time was it exciting, and the ball . was frequently out of bounds, and in consequence there was not much good open play. In the first quarter North put on five beliimls aud Penshurst failed to score, while in the second term the red and blacks put on 2 goals 6 behinds to 1 behind scored by the visitors. This gave them a good lead of 2 goals at half-time, which they added to by a couple of goals ...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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DOUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 11 July 1914

DOUBLES. •--■aa - -• . Penshurst playeA are first named in each ■case:—. Walls and Pennjquick, . 0 0 v Carty and Melville, 2 3. . Cfcesswas and Kelly 1 3 v Windsor and YoangO 0. Stephens an<? Linton sqv Huntly and Mountjoy sq. v, ' • '- ^Midignn and Greig sq v Mumme and iCrowther sq. . ♦ ■*„ '-. .Total—M «5>rthnr, 2 3 PeSshurst 1 3. On the local links a ladies' singles match was played for a trophy kindly presented by J1 r ~W. Domey, the winnt r being Miss L* Richie. Afternoon tea provided by Misses Cahir and Lord was a, feature of [ ]he afternoon's enjoyment, the yonng ho-t esses coming-in.for high en'comiams from everybody. Following are the s-cores : — Hep. Scr. Miss Richie . ~ ; 13 60 Mrs Schooling 7 61 Mrs Brvan 10 61 Miss I. Olle" 12 63 Miss Madigan 12 66 Mrs Madigan' -20 70 Miss B. O'lle . 13 83

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Golf. PENSHURST V MACARTHUR. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 11 July 1914

Gtlf. PENSHTJESTV MACABTHUR. A match was played last Saturday be tween teams representing Macarthur and Penshurst at Bipponhurst links, Mr Sar good having kindly placed them at the disposal of the clubs named, for thematch. Play was commenced in lovely w eather at 11 a.m. and a round was completed before lunch. After lunch another round of sing les and also doubles was played. The match was a most enjoyable one and re sulted in a rather easy win for Penshurst, as the appended scores will show. The links, which ape very prettily situated, were in splendid order. Mr Sargood having spent a considerable amount of time in preparing them. Mr and M a Sargood very kindly provided lunch' and afternoon tea for the visiting teams. Mr Greig on behalf of the visit ng <team%in a Jew well chbse'n'words thanked'Mr Sargood at the conclusion of the day'3 game-', for being so good as to place the .links at the dis psal of the teams and also for his and Mrs Sargoods hospitality. Mr Sargood s...

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THE ULTIMATE HORROR. WAR WITH ATOMIC BOMBS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 11 July 1914

THE ULTIMATE HORROR. WAR WITH. ATOMIC. BOMBS. | The "fttomio bomb" is the ultimate horror which Mr. H. 6. WeUs has imagined. In his story, ''The World Set Free" he gives t-he following des cription of i<t« effects. — And now, under the shock of the atomio bombs, the,great masses of piopulation, which had gathered into the enormous , dingy town, centres of that period, were dispossessed and scattered disastrously over the sur rounding rural areaB. It was as if some brutal force grown impatient at last at man's blindness, had' with delib erate intention of a rearrangement of population upon more wholeisome lines shaken ihe world. The greait indus trial regions, and the large cities that had eBoaped the bombs were, because of their complete economical collapse, in almost as tragic a plight as those that blazed, and the countryside was disordered by a mulitude of wander ing, lawless strangers, In some parts of the world famine raged, and-in! many regions there was plague. .. ...

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A.W.N. League. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 11 July 1914

A.W.N. League. The Annnal Meeting of the Pens bin-st Brunch A.W.N. League was held on Tuesday July 7th in the Sup per Room of the Mechanics' Hall. Despite the unsettled. weather there was a good attendance of members be tween fifty and sixty being present. Mr Frank Twomey occupied the chair and in a few brief remarks con gratulated the League on their energy in furthering the cause, of Liberalism. The minutes of the last Annual Meeting were read anil confirmed on the motion of Mrs Coldham seconded by Mrs A. Olle. ' 7 The election of officers' resulted . as follows:—President, Mrs A. R. Ross ; Vice-Presidents, Mesdamea Greig, Cameron, Sweetnam, Rentsch and Cold ham •, Committee, Mesdames Courtney,. F. Olle, Streeter, Fisher-, De Little, Walls, A. Olle; B. Matus ■ch.ka, Fowling and Kierce. Misses E. Mirtschin, Chesswas, A. Mirtschin, Tulloh, 0. Mirtschin, Matuschka and Ilentsch. . • The business being disposed of the pupils <f tbo First Aid Class gave a demonstration of art...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 11 July 1914

SUFFERED FOR ELEVEN YEARS. , "I suffered continuously for eleven years with dizziness,. sick: headaches, and lack of energywrite* Mr.' >\ ! Johnson, 30 Olipuant Street, Ponsonby, Auckland, N.Z. "I was recommended "to try Chamberlain's Tablets and after taking one box I felt so wonderfully" improved that I took a: course of them, with "the result thab 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. Q. Chesa was. Penshurst. LORD KITCHENER'S. INFLUENCE While driving ono day in Egypt/ Lord'Batfchenar noticed anoldman in: the street ■' whom he.r recognised' a'san'. acquaintance \from the Sudaii.The" Consul Genetral ordered the driver to stop, find invited the old man to take a seait in ihe carriage. - So the two drove together through the town to" the place 1o which ithe Sudanese wan ted to so. ' A few days later the dark friend' of Lord Kitchener was seen hovering about (the British Age...

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PEOPLE'S PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 11 July 1914

PEOPLE'S PARTY. . The annual meeting of the above Party was held in the Mechanics' Hall' on Thursday afternoon, present—. Messrs Jas. Cameron,, president; J. Rentsch, P.P.; R. Colbon, J. S. Ross, F. Twemey, A. R. Ross, R. Powling, C. XJebergang, P. Mirtachin. R. Linke, H. and J. Kruger, D.Walls, and P Olle, Secretary. The President stated he had received an acknowledgment of letter of sym pathy sent taMrs F. L. Olle,. convey thanks of. the family ,. Minutes of ar.nual-ar^special'meet ings werertad'and confiwned.' - - The Secretary reported having drawn a cheque for £2 5s and paid all accounts and the bank book showed a credit of £4 6s 4d. -> "u A copy of letter sent to Mr Taylour • general _ secretary, with fjll list-of, members wasread also sympathetic t reference from him- to tire death of the; j late:President Mr- Olle. Notices re-, garding the new statu electoral rolls j and urging all members to continuous and consistent Action to achieve success were read, as also circular ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 11 July 1914

Yo* eaanot aterd to tabaekaaMa vMh i M hf. V jfM km * sere on.the kf, whether liiiudl aaa wfckk kMMM Imblbf ytn far . many months «r yaua, ar whether It k aaa W mif rsseat date, which refuses to heal, you should girt it proapt tad eaiafal tttoUM. It 1* particularly^ the treatment i( mtK torn af thli Mat tkat 1mm ha* b«M mM with inch success. This new rapid htaliag olataeat will speedily gtva Ufa ta tha Haia ml the old sore to that it will heal up whole and seond. Reign la aat lataiM steply to {all tha piak of a sore, or merely to prevent it from spraadiaf. The ariaary sbjeat at-JtazaM J* to attentate or vivify the cold and callous tissues of tka aora Into life aad actiaa. Witkeat this the belling process cannot go on', and the sore raaaiaa to all latest* and parpaese asleep." W-aks, acotk*, and even years may pass, and the sore, Mpaclally a I*g ton, aay oeutlaet Is tk* Hfii casditloa, o»'. perhaps be slowly spreading. ®' This is the sort of sore for which Xexoaa 1* epedally wpmtij l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 11 July 1914

THE TROUBLE HAD DISAP PEARED. "Some twelve months ago," writes : Mr; H. Brailey, 2 Ebeleigh Street, Woollahra, N.S.Wi, "iny daugauer sul- • "fered considerably with cliest complaint and my attention being called to an advertisement on Chamberlain's Cough Remedy I decided to try it for her. The improvement was. so marked after a few doses that we continued to give her the Remedy, and after, tyfo bo<c ties we were indeed. gratified to . find * that-the 'trouble wfiich'we had dreadod : might become ; chi'onio. had disap peared;" • : I Sold'by J. G. Chetswes. fensnursi.

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Conly-Newbary Concert Coy. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 11 July 1914

Conly-Newbary Concert Coy. The Mad^m Mary Conly-Philip New bury Concert Company gave a ftiost excel lent vocal and instrumental entertainment > in the Mechanics'Hall on' Tuesday night to a very appreciative audience, composed principally of front'seat patrons. Madam Conly delighted her hearers with the aria, Ah ! fors e lui (from Traviata) Pleading, and Song of the Bluebird, but she was grand in the aria, I will extol thee. Madam received rapturous encores on each occasion. * Mr Philip Newbury's fine tenor voice was heard to advantage in When shadows gather, M'Appari .and Good Night, the audience being insistent in their demand for encores. Mr Horace Book pave some excellei t character impersonations, in which he is of the first class. His. portrayal of Dnni-1 Pe?gotty fr»m David Copperfield was a masterly rendition ; he was good in his re presentation of The Caretaker, and his re e:fc :l of The Social Scale and the Jew on the telephone called forth much' laughter. Miss Eii a Hop...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 11 July 1914

" WORKED WONDERS. "I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for years," says Mrs. Eliza beth Bingham, Kent St., Teneriffe, Q. "One of my sons was so bad witn continual colds that I really feared he would develop consumption. Three bottles of Chamberlain's Cough Rem- | edy worked such wonder* that i j no longer anxious about him. When I my grandchild1 had whoop'ng cough j gave it; Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it was saon free of this distressing complaint." ~ Sold by J. G. Chwowas. Penshurst.

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POLITICAL ADDRESS BY MR. PACKER. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 11 July 1914

POLITICAL ADDRESS BY MR. PACKER. Mr. J. T. Parker, organiser -ior the Liberal Workers' Institute, addressed a meeting under i;he auspices of the A.AV.N.L.,' Penshurst, in the Mechan ics' Hall on Monday night. The chairman, Mr. Twomey, of Kolor, in "troducd the speaker, and at the same time apologised for the meagre attend ance due to inclemency of the wear iher. Mr. Packer, at the outset, expressed gratitude to those responsible- for-, his opportunity of visiting Penshurst for the firsb lime, though he knew there were those among the citizens who had expressed themselves." as sympathetic with the work he had set his hand to do, and many supporters of Liberal ism. His visit was not so much to deal with general current politics as to give what appeared to him the true case .for Labor. The fault of the past was in not offering 'he working man more encouragement to work out his own salvation from the Liberal policy. There was a prospect in a month or so of a good deal of cross firing be...

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DEAR LITTLE FELLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 11 July 1914

dear little fellow. Little Sammy was generally at Log gerheads wiith his father, who had a habit of fusing his razor-strop in a way that was nob in ascordanco with Sammy's views. One morning, after 1 he razor-strop had been more than usually busy, Sammy's mother, went' out into the field to look for her much-s ropped child. To' her intense astonishment she found him fondling a huge goat, for which he usually expressed a deep hatred. "Why, Sammy darling, it is nice to see you being so kind <o poor Billy! "VVhy are you being so gentle with him to-day."" Over Sammy's face came a look of unspeakable gratitude as he gave the wondering goat ano her carrot. "He butted father in,to the pond this morning!" murmured the dea/r little chap, patting his icur-ioAeti friend affectionately.

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THE penshurst Free Press. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING SATURDAY, 11th JULY 1914. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 11 July 1914

THE peusburst Sree Press. Published Every Saturday Morning Saturday, 11th July 1914. Local and General News. Lamb-marking at Garamut shows a 90 per centage. Persons whose names are not on the rolls should lose no time in gettiug them on bo as to ensure a vote in the coming election. " Everylady's Journal " for July is qnite up to the high standard set for themselves by the proprietors in their preceding numbers. In addition to being replete with valuable inform^ ation for the home—needle and fancy work, cooking and housekeeping—it contains some capital stories and inter esting articles. One of these on the subject " Have Australian girls too much liberty ?" is particularly inter esting. The Journal is obtainable for the modest sum of 6d, at the Mel-, bourne office or any bookseller or news agent will procure it for you. The local gravel pits were reopened this week, the first load going out on "Wednesday. Last week the railway ,:ne leading to the pits was cleared ready for operation...

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PENSHURST MAIL TIME-TABLE. DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 11 July 1914

PEN8HUR8T MAIL TIME-TABLE. DESPATCHED. Monday—Warrnambool, ' Koroit, Havrkeidale 6.45 a m Melbourne, Hamilton, : Ararat, Ballarat,Dun keld .. .. 9.40 a.m Oaramufc 9.''5 a. in Melbourne, Hamil ton, Warrnambool .. 4.'<J0 p.m Tneeday—Warrnambool, Kor oit, Hawkesdale.. .. 6.45 a.m. Melbourne, Hamilton, Ballarat, Ararat,Dua fceld 0.40 a.a. Qaramut .. .. 9.45 a.m Melbourne, Warr nambool 4.30 p.m. : Hamilton 7.25 p.m Wednesday— Warrnambool. | Koroit, Hairkesdale 6.45 a.m. Melbourne, Hamil- , ton, Ararat, Balla- I rat, Dunkeld .. .. 9.40 a.m Omunut .. .. .. 9.45 a.m • Melbourne, Warr nambool .. :. .. .. 4.20 p.m. { Hamilton 7.25 p.m. * Ttiu*daj—Melbourne, Ham- I ilton, Ararat, Dun keld 9.40 a.m Warrnambool .. .. 11.35 a.m Caramut .. .. .. .. 12.30 a.m. Melbourne, Hamil ton 4.20 p.m. Warrnambool, Koroit, t Hawkesdale , 6.50 a.m. Friday—Melbourne, Ham ilton, Ballarat,Ararat, Dunkeld 0.40 a.m Caramut 9.45 a.m Warrnambool .. .. 11.35 a.m Melbourne, Hamilton 4.90 a.m. Warrnambool, Kor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 11 July 1914

YOUMGHUSBJUVO, ROW&C« • PROPRIETARY LIMITED. Head Office i 94-6 King St., Melbourne IrMOht*—ALBURY, LOOIHART, WODONBA, TALLAN8ATTA, CORRYONG AWALWA. BROKERS FOR THE SALE OF mammmmmmm EXPERT AND RELIABLE VALUATIONS GRAIN PROMPT RETURNS. INSTRUCTIONS ADHERED TO. WOOL, SHEEPSKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, FURRED SKINS AND ALL STATION PRODUCE. CDCC OTADiCC '^ire® months (ne on Grain received 1st December rilLC UIUlMUL to 31st March, after which one month allowed. wmmmmmmmmmmmm wholesale agents for mmmmmmmmmmmmmm MoDOUGALL'S SHEEP DIP. "SALVITIS" STOCK REMEDIES. WOOL & GRAIN WAREHOUSES & PRODUCE STORES PRIVATE SIDING - KENSINGTON. THE BEST IS ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST. \ • Singer Sewinj Machines for Family use. THS Sewing Maokine hat ao long been a necesaity in erery family thai the main question to be aaawered is, Which Machine Is the Best? Tha vosti of the family are answering thU question by purchaaing Msrs than two mlllisn tlnger Sewing Machines cash year. Ike near Singer Mod...

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