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

The invlgoratlng. a.nci Sustaining Power or ton is amply verified by capable authorities

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

-.t;;., Vru fchiarmaceutical Chemist,- . ;,. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY DISPENSED. A Large Assortment of NEW ^nd CHOICE RF U ME R Y in Stocky ranging in price from 2s 6d to 15s. SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR PRESENTS. T^lehone, No. 13, D. M c N EE, RAILWAY STORE. ■ : Bell Street, Penslmrst, THANKS his numerous Customers for past support : and trusts during the present, year to give even ; GREATER SATISFACTION than hitherto, - GROCERIES —Here we have a wellassorted stock of the best goods at reasonable prices, DRAPERY —-Men's and Boys' clothing, Suits, Hats, Ties, etc. Values unsurpassed. . - BOOTS' and SHOES—This is where we shine, 1 our reputation being such that it is quite usual to hear y the ad vice,, H;; ; GO TO M'NEE'S 5 SOTS;;.tilailc to measure—Fit Guaranteed;' BRAN, and- PpLLA^RII. 7I RAMSXY'S^OYES. ,V ■ SPlGIAL NOTICE I Owing" to tlie lateness ot the season. Stocks are ' larger than l?e at this time of the -year. rSubse ■ quehtly, ' to" reduce .Departments ...

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MAIDEN STAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 18 July 1914

MAIDEN STAKE. E. Olle's Pincher beat L. Eales' Ld Grey; J. Hearne's Rainbo * beat P. Page's Lass o'G-owrie; W. Edlicli's Sheila beat P. Col lins's Dulcie; J. Page's Nohle Bonny beat R. Hutchinson's "Pop ; M. 6a'den's Larry beat W. Larilner's Tom Lawler; P. Eales' Maisie beat G. Da vies' Jacamar ; J. Page's Chi e beat J. Cameron's Bobo; J. Hearne's Capt. White beat R. Hutchinson's Larry's Pride ^ R. Hutchinson's Jolly Boy beat P, Page's Lady White; J. Steele's Jolly Beg gar a bye. Secoxd.Round Rainbow beafrPinchef, Noble Bonny beat Sheila, Larry beat Mai sie, Chloe beat Capt. White, Jolly Boy beat Jolly Beggar. Third Round :—Noble Horny bftatRain bow, Chloe beat Larry, Jolly Boy a bye. Fourth Round -"Jolly Boy beat Noble Eonny; .Chloe a bye. Final. Jolly Boy beat Chloe.

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Penshurst Terrier Coursing Club [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 18 July 1914

TeiTiev Cours President, Mr. T.'-Tofefpj '^etevPttesi-•' dents, - Messrs: - W-.~. Archbold, W. R •• Richie, D. Walsh ajad. -A. 0;le. Committee, lifessra.'J. j'. Collins, P. Collins, J. Page, R. Hutchinson. E. i Olle, W„ Hill, . W< Edlich,* M: " O'Leary, J. Waller, J; Daltpn>, slippers, (dogs), Mr!' A. Collins ; (rab bits), Mr. 6. Davies; judge,"Mr."R, Ross; measurers, Messrs. Tobin and Archbold; hon. secretary, Mr. H. Hutchinson. The Penshurst Club held . another suc cessful meeting on Saturday aftent'ooni al though the attendance was * very meagre owin/to the wet and: cold; weather. -The officials carried out their respective duties well and some splendid courses were wit nessed.' The local dogs were successful at this meeting. Following are the results in detail :— OPEN STAKE. First Round :—J. Steele's Marvel beat Hem'-le. and Saph's Odds and Ends; P: Collins's Ragtime beat R. Hutchinson's Otang ; E. H. Patterson's Mr Booze: beat ,T. Page's Popinjay; Ef. H. Patterson...

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SHIRE OF MOUNT ROUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 18 July 1914

SHIRE OF MOUNT ROUSE. • A meeting of vhe Finance Commit tee or the ituove Siuro was nelti .n tho Sihiie Hull ou btli July, uhvn Uio»e were present:—UrsV. Chesstvus ■ and Barnes. Or. Kelly actewkd ai'ter waras, and signed cheques. The following accounts were exam ined and recommended ror .payment:— Contracts: A. fc>m;th, £3d, £19/11/4, £7/3/6, £2/13/; P. Kenuealy, £4/13/6; John O'Hara, £1/14/7, £7/v/i0; Wm; ArKell, £3/1/, £4/7/0, £4/18/6; H. Ar kell, £3/2/1, £20; A. L. bmith, £1/11/; Thos. Dickie, £4/9/10; John Colton, £3/15/4; James Kearney, £25; Geoirge Cook, £115; J. Keiriiealy, £45; J . Waller, £22; C. Underwood, £12/10/. Street Ligntmg—&ei| Iiarkin, £i2; Js. E."" Berkand, £15.; Barden, £20. Day labor and cartage; wages — Jas. Baj-ker, £14/S/;Wnl. Kinnealy, £13 4/1 A. Kelly, £9/12/; George Green, £13/4/; Bert Otte, £9/12/; A. J. Tem pleton, £13/16/; K. McLeod, £9/9/; \V. Riddle, £4; J. Sturgess, £3/4/. Pan services, J. H. Downes, £11/10/10; C. Middleton, £11/1/4. Salar...

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MR. W. J. McLEAN AT PENSHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 18 July 1914

Mil. W. J. McLEAN at pens HUBST. Mr. W. J. M'Lean, one of the se lected Senate candidates in the Liberal interest, addressed a meeting of elec tors in the Mechanics' Hall on Tues day evening. Mr P. Twomey occupied the chair. The candidate, •who was well receiv ed, prefaced his remarks with a per sonal introduction- He had been 25 years in business in Gippsland, and some five years ago had been asked to enter Parliament, but was unable- to do so. Later on, he received a peti tion 1'rom 4000 people wi.h the same purpose, and had to decline again. .Now, • however, the causes of his de clining had disappeared, and he srtood before them as a selected Liberal can didate. - He desired first. to make a statement regarding his speech at- the Farmers' Conference, lest a wrong im pression mighw have been: gainer through the omission of an importan sentence. _ In the "Age" report was credited with the statement that the. farmers had 10 sell their produce in a tree ti'atte market, and buy goods ...

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THE penshurst Free press. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING SATURDAY, 18th JULY 1914. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 18 July 1914

THE pensfyiirst 5ree press. Published Every Saturday A1ormn& Saturday, 18th July.1914. Local and General News. Mr Stephens head teacher of our local State School has received an intimation that the necessary work of remodelling the school is to be < arried out by the Depart ment. The School Committee at its last meeting decided to call tenders for levelling the western half of the grounds for a .rro quet lawn. Tenders arereturnable on 28th July. | Mr. D. Cooper, who has been associated with fhe-Penshurst '• Free Press" for the past two years, left on Friday night, 10th instant to take up new duties at Malvern. Prior to his departure he was presented with a handsome brief bag by his fellow boarders at Moyne House, as a memento of their long and pleasant acquaintance. Messrs Dean, who made the presentation, Decker, Linton, and McConnell all spoke in complimentary terms, and Mr. Cooper suitably responded, Owing to the temporary failure of the electric light, Hamilton...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 18 July 1914

They Cannot gg Wrong. Ihiplicitj to a great thing In ft •ewtng machine,-especially when ran lire in the country and have (S fix it yourself. WARD BROS. 'Machines have fewer parts than a£y other—nothing to get out of order. Founds cheaper than othera We pay freight to your station— gnarantee every machine—and let you have it onrasy terms. Writ* for illustrated Catalog-post free. Machines of all 'makes repaired. Needle* and Farts supplied for any Machine. 38-38 ERROL STREET, NORTH MELBOURNE;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 18 July 1914

K W. POWLWQ & CO Auctioneers, Stock and Station Agents, * PhNSHURST. Monday July 27 'Phone No. 17 fS W. POWLINli & CO. (through their -JEti " auctioneer, J. D. FORSYTH will hold their fortnightly sale at Tobin'syards on he above date, at 1.30 p.m., when they will offer. Agents (or North British and Mercanile Insurance Co. Ltd. arid The Trustees, Exors. and Agency Co., Ltd. Sunshine Harvester Co. Agent at Macarthur—Mb. P. FOX. STRACHAN, MJJRRAY and SUASNOS, Pty. Ltd, GELLOiVG and BRANCHES WOOL & GftAIN BROKERS LAND, STOCK, and STATION AGENTS. Stock and Land Sales conducted in any part of the State. Representative for PENSHURST and r'STRTOT Mr. W A. KELLY, Who will work in conjunction with the Geelong Branch. All business entrusted to him will receive strict attention. K. M. HYSLOP L D.S., B.D.S. Dentist, Tel. 172. Tliorold Buildings liomson Street, HAMILTON. Will visit Pensliurst fortnightly, and may be consulted from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Richie's hotel, on Mo...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER VIII. A FACE IN THE CROWD. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 18 July 1914

THE—— MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER VIII. A FACE JLN* THE CROWD. "It is easy to see whom Miss Ham ilton favours," said Lady Elfrida ma liciously, as the only rival whom she would acknowledge' to be dangerous came down the next morning neady dressed for the Aldershot races, ■ in a becoming costume of soft grey plush, and delicately tinted marveilleuse wi..h a knot of crimson "ribbon on the .'top of her -parasol." ' ""If Bluebottle were only running to-day, Mr. Deverel, I would have put a- diamond-fly on my shoulder.'3 "You make me wish he were. Light foot is sure to win, so Miss Hamilton is on the right side." Nevertheless, though he took her part, Cis Deverel would have liked to see any other color on his fiancee's sunshade. Why was it that she in all circumstances identify herself with Val Beresford, a man whom she had known for a fortnight? He asked himself that question a hundred times a day, but as yet without finding a favourable answer. Cis had so arranged mat-ers that Ida Hamilton,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 18 July 1914

WORKED' WONDERS. "I have used Chamberlain's Cougli Remedy for years," says Mrs. : Eliza beth Bingham, Kent. St., Teneriffe, Q. "One of my sons was so bad witu continual colds that I really feared he would develop consumption. Threo bottles of Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy worked such wonders that J no longer- anxious about him. When my grandchild had" whooping cough j gave .it Chamberlain's Oough Remedy and it was. soon free of this distressing complaint." ' Bold bj J. 0. Chaa^M. Fauhurst.

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New Burglar Alarm [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 18 July 1914

New Burglar Ahum A novel burglar alarm lias, been placed oil the market in Germany, composed of a small metal disc, cir cular in shape,- Tsirich may easily be carried in the' vest pocket. It is. so arranged that a detonating eap may be inserted, wad so loaded it becomea a terror to thieves. Supposeai traveller is staying in a strange hotel and (inds that he cannot lock his door. He places a chair against the door and slips the disc under one of its legs. Should anyone attempt to enter the room the chair is forced out of position, the disc flies open, and the cap ex% plodes* awakening the* sleeper. The disc may be used under baggage, in purses, under bicycles or automobile tyres, and in many other ways. The inquiry into the sinking of tha Empress of Ireland has resulted in Captain Kendall being completely ex onerated and the blame placed upon the third officer of the Storstad, who, ordered the change of the latter vessel's course, without sanction of the captain' or chief officer.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 18 July 1914

There is but-* . ONE Schnapps.. WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 18 July 1914

W 11EM0VED RHEUMATIC JL'AIXS. •'.'-'I .hivei great faith in..- t!hain]b.er-. Iain's Pain .Balm,", says . Mr. S> E. Hancock, J. P., Ka^unda, S. A. > SflPor years I suffered witoh'rheumatism iix niy . fcrms "and showers}'1 'brought on by :;a . ;chill;; Now an appJicatfon of uham berliiiiiV'Pain .'Balm gives me insi-V relief and soon: remove* it." mend Chamberlain's Pain Balm <to «!-' sufferers from rheumatism." Sold by J. Q. Cheaswas. Penshurat. I' - Regular suppl er of tba new King's head penny stamps ire promised wi h in the next few. weeks. - As a result of the efforts of a few enthusiasts there is now every pros- • pect of a strong branch being formed m Melbourne of the Eugenics Society.

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Presbyterian Floral Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 18 July 1914

| Presbyterian Floral Ex hibition. A. meeting: ©£ Presbyterians w».s he Id-in the dunday School Hall-on Thursday even ing in connection with the Annual Floral, and Industrial Exhibition. There-were ' present—Mesdaiues Greig, Aitkin, Court ney, A. Smibby J. Smith, Chesswas,. Misses B. 01 le anil L. Chesswas, and Messrs Aitben, Gceig, Chesswas and Walla,- to gether with, Itev. K. F Parry as Chairman, It was decidted to again hold a Flower Show etc. and the- dates fixed were Friday and Saturday November 6th and 7th.. Adjoin ing societies are asked to take note of these dates, so as toxoid clashing. The follow-> ing officers were elected:—President, Rev, R. F. Pajmy- It waa unanimously carried, that Mr JL R. Bryan be asked to accept the position of Secretary. Committee, all; those present,with thn names cf Mrs Guun. Mrs F, Olle Mrs Hudgsonand-Mr Baxter with powr to add. The \uhoJ-e of the members .of the Clnirch tog tlier with above Committee are asked to solicit donations to wards, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 18 July 1914

CROUP AND WHOQPING COMJGEl. "I used. Chamberlain's Cough:uKem ...edy. when jny children, Andrew::\;-aiid • ,,I$guiah~i' were attacked 'with croup, .and;. cough,",, writes- Mrs. C; Oofe 'lis, Hatton Streetj. South Broken ii-i'V; :N;S. W;"I ;iiave never found' 6** ■ better" .medicine ■ tfor'V these. complaints : and give .'it-;to, any- children with-tiio; .greatest.' 'confidencg.;;1 \ X'hi Ve .no hesi-* .'tation- ii'n r^ommending^'ft "t6* every-', /jane." . .'>• ' 'Sold bjf;J. G. ©hfcsiwas. Penshurst. ■ ;' How far should bad.temper, be toler-' >a/ted'in .domestic stock ? ,, ,1s. it wise to-1 use :a-fierce bull or^'a-'stallion that can .only .b^ ^proaclie%^itH;fepelling- ins-. BViument' in hand?" .^Certainly"' . . the 'point :iB iiot &ix. easy one to xiecide,. :for"it calls for a "very: ^eat-.samfice ■to- throw over an otherwise good sire; ;;feecause ■ of his. ticklish temper, v We.. haveVknbwn "of sialjions >thdt'cbuld no.._ .be approached in. ifte.:,field, ,and- even...

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Caramut Coursing Club [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 18 July 1914

Caramut Coursing Club The ab ive club held a very success ful meet on Eulo and Lawrenny es tates last Sat urday and Monday, pro viding excellent sport, v as the trials throughout were of a most satisfact ory character. Mr J. Caple as judge and Mr Mallineon slipper ,»ave the ufc irioVt satisfaction. Pensliurst dogs own^d by Mr J. J.'Collins it will be f=eent divided the 6takes in both events. Following are the details of the coursing.:— PUPPY STAKE, for 33 puppies at £1/10/each. First dog £18/10/, runner-up £9, third dog £6. two dogs at £2/10/, four dogs at £1 /10/. J. J. Collins's Yartmakara beat A. McPhee's Rhyle, M. Carroll's Cym ric Queen beat W Ross's TeDnis Girl, T. Hassctt's Lady Finch beat J. Luff-' an's Brigade Girl, J McGuinness's Jack's Gift beat iW. Ross's Jem's Own, M Carroll's Miss Diamond beat W Jervie's Gentle Annie, J J Collins's Itfca Boo beat J Holdsworth's Empress of Ireland, . J J Collins'a Tulkawan beat'T Hassett's Polly Fincb, J McGuinness's Little Dean beat J ...

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TESTED POTATO MANURE. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 18 July 1914

TESTED POTATO MANURE. Potato manuring experiments have been conducted ior eleven years ; in every county of. .Ireland; on most kinds of soils and with practically all the better . main crop varieties. The re suits have been to show that on most soils satisfactory results may confident ly be expected from the application ol i ewt. sulphate of ammonia, 4 cwt. superphosphate, :1 'cw^.. muriate of po tash, in addition'-to a moderate dress ing of farmyard manure. Trials have ■ also been made:to. see.-Whether .any one': /of ^the^dififerenftf iertiji^rs"' could with, advantage be increased, or diminished.' The result has'-been to .confirm ■ the • above mixture;, as the most profitable. 1 Britain's Failing Baeon Supply. .. P P Argentina is .coining to the fore as. a. source of bacon supply for Great Britain and America. . . Formerly1 Am erica with its 50,000,000; piggy half-the total'of the world, furnished.; Great Britain with large quantities of. h^con, but that is a jpiatter of tliepast,...

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PENSHURST COURSING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 18 July 1914

PENSHURST COURSING CL'UB.. A committee meeting was held at Mr Walsh's Victoria Hotel on Monday evening, when there were present— Messrs W. B. -Richie, president) J. •Dalton, secretary; D. J. Walsh", P. and B. Gaunon, M.Page, M. Carey, H. Lucas and E. C. Stephens. The minutes having been: read and confirmed, correspondence was read from— Mr J. De Helin, secretary Geelong Club, stating that the hares sent by Penshurst Club had arrived safely and that tliey had now sufficient for the present season. The secretary of Stawell Club wrote stating they were sending nets and also giving certain instructions re garding their use. They were pre pared to take 100 hares. Accounts were tabled amounting to £77 12s, and these were passed for payment on the motion of Mr "Walsh, 1 seconded by Mr Page. The' Secretary, referring to the success of the recent hare drive, ■ thought it would be wise.to hold an other at an early date. The sport would be improved by liberating the hares .in the paddocks wher...

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COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 18 July 1914

COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. The Coinmisgioner of Patents lias accepted the- complete specifications in the following instances, and '•'he par ticulars here given of the Various in ventions have been prepared by Messrs G. G. Turri & Co., Patent Attorney, of the Itialto, 499 Collins Street,-Mel-, bourne, from the latest " Illustrated Official Notes." ■ . .Horse Gag.—This is- usable for ani mals to keep the mouth, open and al low of denial work, or of medicine;giv* ,.ing.—F. Swale, of England/ under the Convention. ...... Motor. Cycle Carburettor.—Alomised fuel and air-are supplied to fabric lined conduits in the full tank base. The fabric is kept stretched' or extended. —It!. It. Godward, of N.Z.' Complex ore bath—Smelting. _ To extract silver lead and blende from mixed ores.—E., -/anggath, of Belgium, or the Conrentdon. . _ Motor car emergency tyre.—This is made of Coir rope, and is' strapped on.—It.-A. Harris and A. W. Pearse, if New South Wales. Machine to write a multitude of si...

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