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

'Phone 36. PUBLIC NOTICE T. WALKER, todeeiabkr. of PENSHURST, desires to notify the Public of the Township and District that he has WREATHS of various kinds on hand. Inspection invited. All orders addressed to T. Walker, Penshurst, or left at his residence, Cobb-street, Penshurst, will Wprompt ly attended to. MARTIN STREET, PENSHURST. F. L OLLE GENERAL BUTCHER, ! and BAKER. UOTBI.8 and. families W aitkd on daily fob Orders. i eleplione No. 82. •• Staple ant Strong, They Cannot go Wrong. Simplicity 1* ft great thing In * •e-ring machine,-especially when yea live in the country and have: fs 6x it yourself. WARD. BROS. Machine* have- fewer parts than atfy other—nothing to,get out of oraer. Pounds cheaper than cthera ■ We-pay freight to your station— guarantee every machine—and let yon have it on easy terms. Write tor illustrated Catalog-post free. Machine* of all fiakes retired,' - Needles and Parts mppliea lor any . Uachine. 31-38 ERROL tTREET, ■ = NORTH MELBOURNE.

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

LOCAL DIRECTORY. Compiled from notices in our adverti* . ing columns. F. L. Oil*, butcher and baker. J. A. Bnggs, draper. M«»er». Hemmoni, Hyslop, and Maw son, visitingdentiits. R. A. Molesworth, B.A., solicitor, visiting every Tuesday. E. R. Courtney, M.-P.S.A.,^ phar maceutical chemist. R. W. Fowling and Oo., auctioneers, stock and station agent*. 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 Shire,'-Or. J. White, Devon Park, Dunkeld. Secretary, Shire of Mount Route, Mr. D.Walls. Couipillors (Dunkeld Riding): Messrs. Woodburn, White, Kruger — CJhat* worth; Moffatt, Lloyd, Beggs;— Penshurst: Barnes, Chesswass, ■ Kel ly. Sncineor: Mr. W. J. Schooling. Mrs. S. Hudgson, caterer, Strachan, Murriay & Shannon, wool brokersLocal agent-r-W. A. Kelly. Bruce & McOlure, plumbers and tin smiths. 4 • • Do you know that maayofyoat Suits...

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

SCHRECK'S POULTICE. SCHRECK'S POULTICE. CAN CURE TUBERCULAR JOINTS, POI SONED SORES, ABSCESSES, ' BOILS, CARBUNCLES, JAR, WHITLOW, SPRAINS, BURNS, AND BAD LEGS. All Chemists—1/6 and 5/6.. CUMBERLAND ROAD, PASCOE VALE (Near Coburg). VITADATIO nwuNwuT cmnf CTiiBiIi mi. IMUMiMIMWiMI S. A. PALMER, 489 FLINDERS LANE, MEL BOURNE. [ONSULTING [HEMI5T Consult FREE Personally or by Post I have be«n:: successfully treat ing1 cases exactly the same as yours for 40 years. Why not take Advantage ot my experience? ALL RUBBER GOODS STOCKED

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

R. W. FOWLING &CO Auctioneers, Stock and. Station Agents, Monday July 13 ..'Phone No. 17 W. POWLING <S CO. (through their JA auctioneer, J. Dv FORSYTH will hold their fortnightly sale at Tobin'syards on Jbe above date, at 1.30 p.m., when they will offer. " 2 fat Cows .3 fat Cows 5 store Cows 10 springing Heifers 2 forward springing Heifers 10 Heifers and Steers 40 prime Crossbred Wethers Agents lor North British and Mercanile Insurance Co. Ltd. and Tfie Trustees, Exors. and Agency Co., Ltd. Sunshine Harvester Co. Agent at Macarthur—Mb. P. FOX. STRACIIAN, MURRAY aud SHANNON, Pty. Ltd, WOOL & GRAIN ' BROKERS LAND, STOCK, and STATION AGENTS. ,/ Stock and Land Sales conducted in any part of the State. Representative for PEN'SHURST and D'STRTCT Who will work m conjunction with the Geelong Branch. All business entrusted to him will receive strict attention. PfcNSHURST. OEIliLUiNG and BRANCHES Mr. \\ A. KELLY, K. M. HYSLOP L.D.S., B.D.S. Dentist, Tel. 172. Tlioro...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER VII (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 11 July 1914

—: THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER VII (Continued.) Oh, if she could only summon the | courage to tell him everything, as she I had made up her mind to do that very . afternoon) ^But) ihe deadly fear or losing him was upon her, and her tongue refused to speak 'the secret of her life. Better tor her a thousand times if she could have been brave, as Beresford said, for five minutes; bu ■ her. love made an arrant coward ot her, and she felt she would rather risk anything, even .a martyrdom for years, than the loss of Deverel. Unconscious of the turmoil in her mind he answered with a smiie: "A woman would scarcely care *o know the ins and outs of a man's life. Doubtful flirtations" weren't much to my taste; but Val, if he were to be married to-morrow, would have to sit up half ithe night making a bonfire ot his love-letters. How long would it take you?" "Only one minute, for I should toss tttiem all into the fire at once." "Then you have some?" "Yes; you are not quite the only person who ha...

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

SURE PROOF. The maiden asked—"Can you make me beautiful?" "For five shillings,." said the witch, "I can make you so beautiful that all the men will turn (to stare at you as you pass." - The maiden smiled disdainfully. Her experience had taught her that this was not such an easy matter. "For ton shillings," 6aid (the witch, "I can make you so beautiful that the photographer "■•ill copyright your pic turep." "Still (the maiden, unsa'isfied, ahook her head. "For fifteen shillings—and only at that) price," said the witch, "I can make you so beautiful thait you will not have a woman friend in the world. "Ah," cried the maiden rapturous ly, "that will be beautiful indeed." At tlie Bendigo City Court, Thomas Cawsey, ex-senior cons'able, wag charg ed with having rescued a goat, which, with others, had been seized by the municipal inspector. Defendant sta ted that/ he had an arrangement with the inspector for five years by which he had given him a pair of geese every year, in consideration o...

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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE. HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 11 July 1914

FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE. ! HOW SOME SECUftED SUCCESS. j i. (Jnitivaie and perfect your ideas. Experiment. The world is eager lor something new, which,' However sim ple it may be, will save labor, qr ex pense, or do tilings be iter Let it be more convenient, or promote pleasure reduce waste. People who hand'e things in every I day use are the natural inventors or better ithings, and 'he natural capitaL | ists of to-morrow. - Read the splendid advice that Edison gives. Learn the procedure as to pa i tenting in the chief countries,—then secure your own legal monopoly tor i your rights by becoming a patentee. ] 2. If thafc workman or foreman, or. your ingenious friend has produced a clever invention, put him on the track about, parents by telling him where he can obtain the "lnvenors' Guide." 3. Four yourself, obtain this book, which teLs what to invent, where to patent, how to sell patents, the price inventions have sold for, what" price have bten offered (in cash) for inven tions, and ...

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

LIVE STOCK INSURANCE . ) .:•» . ; • ALL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATH FBOH ANY CAUSE. ■ , - • ; « ■—FOALING RISKS W TL f: COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAL • •.. AND DEATH FROM ANT -CAUSE - THEBES - AFTER. UTES LOWEST CURRENT. CLAIMS PROMPTLY PAID. VCTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED * APPLY TO —r—- .• 0ALGETY H CO.. LTD- MELBOURNE.

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Fertilisers and Grass. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 11 July 1914

Fertilisers and. Grass. J udging from the poor condition of a considerable portion of "he grass lands in different? parts of the country, there are still many farmers who seem to think that pastures have no need for manures;; and there are oth ers who contend themselves wnh ap plying from time to time feeble dres sings of farmyard manure to such fields as are near the homestead, or they ilhink the fields are sufficiently enrich ed by the droppings of the animals. Such neglecb is a mistake, because the plants that constitute the nour ishing herbage of grass land require a liberal quantity of plant, food in order • to develop; into rich forage. •/••"'I#'is,- therefore,' necessary io devote to the manuring of grass "he same attention:, as is customary with cereals and other arable crops. Farmyard manure is often said to be a complete manure, and in applying it to the land, the cycle of fertility is assumed to ' be kept up through the medium "of the animals, .and the" farmer, who thus r...

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Returns From Farms. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 11 July 1914

Returns From Farms. A correspondent of the "Live Stock Journal," England, (writing in ref erence to the monetary returns from small farms, says : "I find that dur ing the lasb three years, my *small farm of 45 acres has carried the fol lowing head of s ock: Seventeen dairy cows, five two-year-olds, five yearlings, ft fe weaning calves, Wo horses, and two breeding sows. In the autumn ■ winter grazing, but this is the only " into,- oriazing, bui this is the .on'.y octas'on on which I have kept sheep since 1910. My land is all in grass; J«un down about 25 years ago. L do breed all. the pigs I require, hut buy stores which are finished at about 20st per pig, as they are wanted. My cash receipts from this have been as follows: In 1911, £500 13/; in 1912, £527 6/9; in 1913, £654 5/1. In 1913 mj ret<u n from the sale. of milk was in excess of tihat of previous years. I do. not use calf Tieals but rear • my calves on new milk in order that they may not lose their early flesh and ...

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Disinfecting a Room. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 11 July 1914

Disinfecting a Room. "When a child has suffered from the mumps, care should be taken to dis infect the room to which he has been confined, for mumps is more catching than many persons realise. The sim plest way of doing 'his is to burn sul phur in the room. Begin by remov ing any curtains or other furniture which might he discolored by the fumes,, also any silver, copper, or gil ded articles. Carefully 6eal up the windows and fireplace, which can be done iby-'pastfng'paiier~orer" them. Then plentifully sprinkle walls, ceil ing and floor with water. Break ap a pound of sulphur into small lumps, and put it in a thick iron pot, which should stand in a metal bath contain ing about three inches of water. Drop a lighted candle end. into the sulphur and make sure that ifc is smouldering before leaving the room. The key hole should be stopped up, and any cracks, in the door covered over. lr there is a space below, sftuff a roll of paper along it, then leave the rooim closed for twenty-iour ...

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

Forage Crops. The plants that may be safely relied on as forage in all parts of tHe colony n are winter rye for late autumn and early spring pasture, and a mixture of winter wheat, ©aits, and barley for summer use. An easy way to pro-! vide a liberal supply of winter forage, for all kinds of live stock is to sow winter rye-in a Orop of barley. , The ground should be ploughed to a . depth of at least five inches. It should be harrowed at least three times, or har rowed once and then rolled. The barley should be 80\vn to a depth of about two and one-half inches. "When <the young crop has attained a height of about three inches it should be har rowed lengthwise, and then winter rye should be dril'ed crosswise amongst it ' at) a depth of about one inch. If the soil 'has been well packed, as sug gested above, the depths of the various drillings can be easily regulated and j the crop be benefited by the ex'ra cultivation given to the ground by harrowing and cross drilling. If t...

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Sun-Driven Machines. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 11 July 1914

Sun-Driven Machines. "The time~will come when Europe rnusb stop her mill for want of coal. Upper Egypt then, with her never ceasing sun-power, will invite the Eur opean manufacturer to remove' his machinery and erect his mills on the firm ground aslong .the side of the al luvial plain of the Nile, where an amount of motive power may be ob tained many times greater than that .now employed by all the manufactur ers of Europe." . With this quotation froai- Erioison,- Mr A. S.-'E.; Acker?:' mann, 'the -secretary. of the Society of Engineers, introduced a meeting of that institution in London last month, the first data officially made public of the .most recent attempts to har ness the sun power. Mr. Ackerman has been engaged for four years upon testa both ,n Atuerica and Egypt of the possibilities of it he apparatus now in use. "The temperature'of the sun> said Mr. Ackerpiann may be estimated at. 6,000 deg. Centigrade. Of the; total quantity of radiation arriving at the oaJter surfac...

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

REMOVED RHEUMATIC PAINS. | "I have great faith, in Chamber lain's Pain.Balm," says Mr. S. E. Hancock, J. P., Kapunda, S.A. "For years I suffered with rheumatism in my arms and shoulders, brought on by a chill'. Now an application of. cham ber Jain's Pain Balm gives me insu-; relief and soon remove# it." I reti mend Chamberlain's Pain Balm (to a! sufferers from rheumatism." Sold by J. Q. Chess was. Penshurst. .

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To Our Readers [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 11 July 1914

To Our. Readers v ; ; j Very often au interesting- item may | come under your notice. You may witness some interesting occurrence which would be of general/interest to the pufoiie and your 'district. We in vite you, to send it along, written in a shorty crisp,- style, the crisper the better1*. The fdttor will carefully peruse all comniu&ications sent, whether they, be in political, Bocial or oth^r form,, and they wi|l be treated - as strictly Confi:. dential. .. All items must, however, be v^eli 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 uon doplume, but the name and address must also be sent as a:..guarantee of good , faith.

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

Canadian Dairying. An unexpected aspect of Canada's dairying resources is presented in the last annuad report by 'he Canadian jL'airy Commission, which calls atten tion to the fact that while Canada is producing more butter, she is becom ing yearly a heavier importer of that staple. In 1912 she sent abroad 4255 lb., while she imported 7,000,000 lb. Nearly all of these imports were from New Zealand, and there is no immediate likelihood of a reduction in the volume of such imports. It is estimated that Canadians are using £8,000,000 wqjtfh more of dairy pro duce than they did 10 years ago. In 1903, ithe Western dairy provinces produced about 300,0001b of factory butter . . Latt year the production exceeded 4,000,0001b. Yet, while do mes'ic requfrements were 500,0001b in 1903, ithey were 20,000,0001b in 1912. The increased needs tare due (to a growing population, but in almost in creasing measure to the increasing use of sweet cream and ice cream. It is believed that 'the consumption o...

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

■ ••' Tf; leguminous :pl£tiat3-'ire'jidi' .'iil" a-1 jw^tiiro, ..'thej •ou^tA.W:' 'vi&tftt -,' «tue*pes&< aiiii b-vtoW ' «ud .,«urichiug-grass , lands is it, bow - leguminous plants1 (Olivias,,... etc.. Boon as possible after. jiU.t£Ey 'lliujjg • tho land.' •• TM '! lfe^uitijiiVu» '-'.piituw cuust iiave pioiuty'of-lime','io'grow'tuud! ; thrive.in pasture.. Eru^ntly,; the application of lime has brought' to life, iii pasture leguminous plants that had disappeared uwring to uhsu iiabfe condi- ; tions of soir. " Lime: chokes off tfc»' growth -of wc-tds and inferior griUfle^', giving the &$d nutritiaus ,graifeo6 —like thecfov^rs^-a chance-; , to come . in. The growth of these fiiier grasses •nay ba somewhat' slow at --tirst, aud then even bare patches may b^. notice able in the paddocks.. . Bui /this.. - is.; merely a temporary condition, and' need cause no alarm. ' It' shows where: a patch of rubbish has bean killed out. Nutritious grasses will; soon ...

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Motors and Fanning. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 11 July 1914

, Motors and Fanning. The following is a quotation from a recent, publication "Horse Truck; and .Tractor." epitofiiising the basis on which tlie tractor method of farming must rest. ; The farmer who is fo succeed to-day must run his"farm on a business basis,. Reduction of operating cost when' ob tainable: without a reduction of effi vciency:is the first thing that the farm-, ei should give. fiis: attention t4». It means: farming at largest profits. For the last' five "jffi&rs the leading farm- journals have given more or less jjpace. ?to educational matter concern ing farm tractors. ' Leading agricul tural ^colleges-and agricultural engin eers,^'after complete---' and exhaus ive research • into the economic side of. the tractor Usage have proved without question jtih'at the' salvation of the farm1 and .'farmer rests upon time saving farm ' machinery.' Their deductions are .not based uponconj^tjfcure or generalities,1 but ,specifio: facts, , ,r ^ .. When land was £5 an acre a...

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

So ill his friends ftarcely knew him and he went to the Melbourne Hospital. A friend: recommended; Clenients Tonic, and that saved him • This letter has been recorded because of its great ernestnest, and the way the writer. Mr. Holliday, expresses his sufferings and recovery. . It shows what - Clement*Tonic can do./Mr. Hojliday ' writes from his:, business address,. 113,. -^.Madeline. Street (Bakers. Patent Peel. Factory), Carlton, Melbourne, 19/5/11. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., ' . I am glad to .tell yon what Clements I Tonic did for ine. A year ago I was 10 ill from, bad liver and atrvousness. 1 blamed overwork, and a rath of order*. To keep customers supplied 1 worked day and night, with the, result I got so jll I eottld takcn'o.partin the business txcept' • supervise: To giye an idea.:how ill and,: - changed I was, people who had not seen ■ me for months would pas's and not know me. I was for five months like this, gradually getting worse. Good~advic'e and medicine did me no good. I de...

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

' V Firewood; yj GOOJH sal^- in' any' q'uain.iny. -Pric-8 Six' Sbilljrigs . (C-i.) pur ton. 'Delivered promptly, ami. at short est notioi:.\Vuplv—. . , -Vr . ; ' • * H : ?"■ A. EDLFOH, '' :Pet)8hur«t. ••••' THE BEST IN THE WQ^tQi + *o 5 lb .Parcel INSIST ON corner. : FOR DRAPERY, BOOTS, SHOES, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, : - IRONMNNGERY. rivr-V''- ^ „." : ^

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