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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 1 August 1914

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Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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METAMORPHOSIS OR ALGY? [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 1 August 1914

"Where have you been, my dearP" "Walking in the park, mother." "And with whom? ' "No one." "No one?" "No on©." "In that case," continued the moth er relentlessly, "you will please be so kind as to explain why you have re turned with a walking stick instead of an umbrella."

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 1 August 1914

I r'E^Ea^fe- T^aft'-'f^fSlr'-iiP CJh'Sfiifo&i^' ; la»TP4Sn - BfrTi*y? %4yrf>r&r.' «r*B0> ' Ha|!c5cl£j;iJ .p>; "KapQnatt, lyeai-s n$" chir^S^-m -apcAW® pt&w: . ber|affi'st'jPH5nr Mn'lBMi ih<i\^iSu'>■• : refrei? and TJboii: ietnovti itf'N \I .'ff-\-hf , mend "ChamteT^ffi's^PSip?' JSalin"^ "iiiv ' sufferers' ffpm rheuf&atism. ' ,; • : ' 'r'"" 1 SdldvTil^ J '.'& -^OS^awaii.; PSuhurst'1' ley-f.'i; bsicWayer, ~a£ga 65-iyi&?wl,v :ped..;wlieiKwosj^ria^fence, v>3Pd> fult. ",;.:rT +,...: , i. Xtoj*.ar>,r$ lament ^at^areS of., diptohana u^Rsti$a^e£t :a$.^.WK ->•--?t-.-o"5!-.-.. -i •■:•■ - f ' ,7f,' ' H- V* T»J-i ' •.»• Hie police' force in Scotland num bers 5831—2022 in the counties and 8809 in the cities and burghs — with 241 constables in th« employment of private firms. A laborer named Walter Swain, of Nyah, who had been suffering from toothachd, used a needle to prick the tooth. The needle . broke in the too...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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WHY HURRY [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 1 August 1914

WHY "HTJEkr.* xn Mexico time is oi iittie ance. TI10. la.to ■ Sylvarms Miller, the civil eftgitWer,' fa some railway work there, was once try ing to show a native" now "much the newo^aftttay-wottldsbenefitr ■fch«,;C9Wtry. /f!How:long doeBj^ .tak^.-tQ'oan^-yonx..,. produce.-: to marketvat: pi^eeent^" :.hei cd. ;.r ;• »-.v -- • ."Witli-.a- mul&- it-.^kes::.tfare& daysi... waa sth©vTepJy-. « rrrr--V ..-y ; y'There^youf arej"AMolaimei V I'When<t;he • new. .railway is "in- opefa--. tion you will- be .-able* to i-takia^ ycur :prar--. duce-to market' aod>;-,return? hpm®;;..in., one-day^ - . v.y-~, -i -. -'^Yers-Tgood, 8enpira^^:.w4s.vthe/.plaQid^ reply i ".but-wb^.sjia&4 do.jvitn toi?.. : otjier't-WjP d$,yB?>v

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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HONEY AND ITS USES. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 1 August 1914

I; | HONEY AND ITS USES. ;; • I ^ .tj l t' i tr fi . Mi. _ £'*_ Honoy mighty rtwithrjadvantage ;be -more generally iised-tQiaii -it is as an aiticle of diet. Thd~greatest part of ■' •itlie honey produced in the United - ;.StaRS"Xsaj,s^^iI3 j^'$ficaiirauthon$) is^'" lse cured by tlje ..^rge .baking, concerns. ■ It is tised in' varying-•quflntitiej in ;es kes and woifida, fclscJtlfoM'^i^eNdth 'pi classes, soon become so dry "that ■ t) ey are not palatable. But honey ec kes will keep in good condition &1 mbgt.jnclefinitely^ AIndeed,.'Jthey,.seenisf .to impyoya with-.^gfi^ vltt 'lupney is a luxury'! Hoae^' .fcV 'should not 'J0 considered a luxury,'is'"';:, alpound of honejf-eCsts >nd: more than ia'pound of candy, and is much better '. M- .the cMdijen.;.. j Breafl.. hutt.^Spd;.", h(Jn'ey,.is. a luxjiry.' $6ney. as.';roGjf/• *'61? :d|et! .jt^pies: and/ca#&s,;;yi$.i\ft^ mjike up the school luncheon,...: CS&ftr.V' iany housewife make up a complex - 'nijxture that ...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 1 August 1914

-rjfWGi^EB ^ONli&Sy^y;ii'^ \ $. . Corf#*. Remedy. Jinv jrS£f&"*/sj$rs •Mtsr; I/liajfc: beth Bliiglihfe^'TKeiit• &7;vTeifl&lffte;r(J# "Oneof my /sohs^-^va's: stf4bad-^wii»; CoiPbYfiual jcolcls r$£lly 'r-fgared-'he.: woufcf'^devyop' bSiftuawbiolii^q dEhre$? Siottilcs of^T^nufllj^'lSn^^Co^lL' tftfm-J ifyr.'Avoi^eH' 8a^SmId6»9;$b}|t?4ift-3T Lo/itorig^SHxiotfe ^honfe'iiiiiisiaSVl^ahv .ijn^r<ni(3t'lfi-M^ha-dj wboofrfBg .fyWglhp-mi ' gdvr6""ii; £hsiftte®ri®n V^ufeh? « and it was soon free of this distressing complaint." Sold by J. G. Chesswas.'Penahurat. It is estimated that the motor-cars and cycles at present running in Great Britain and Ireland aggregate a value of approximately £55,0003000. / : Work was commenced on the erec tion of a small totvn to accommodate the : thousands of workmen employed at the | Bosyth naval base. .

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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TIT FOR TAT [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 1 August 1914

Pifc. was.ipjp^ings/^d ^eatly-". aonjjyect .by^thejgndlady Help'ing:fKir- ' Belf.'.to. 'hi5._proyiSi6nrf*.' ~~ She ljegan; Jjy" . takjig a.^iepe;,ojf. Pajt/cain& site "s&jif'y "" "*; ! •" ' : ,v!Patj J'in.„t^jn^;.a Lybxir-~ biitter," but I'ljf not. .Iflseother lSnfl ^tejHng'jttfo*.ff " :\ .••'fr.'; Next Hay ;it was'an .eggf-'grid so'ii)#;^ Eviljy^a^y' there: was scjmet^iing' takMT * off .^©;lame' remsrlsT":,~ .* "I'm pJUt lilje, jjthgc 'tanlQadie&^iir telling you.". V'J. J ~ ' ""^ • 'Of' cogra/'thra-V^ sap r& dictions iia" Patla. Dilf/^ One Saturday * hk'tltt.'cf^evto^ayliffger" amoujib'thHii' usual. ' Pat" look'edr-flt7it/ tundred'op"' sjtj&r. thinigs in a_hantffierclii*ef, walk^fj to" the door, .and Said: J * •" . r i *%jm$ady4' r ' like other lpdger^X^ ?cellins''^i5Ql1^ '";

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 8 August 1914

r ife ill classes .of"st66i£ i&sid&iij igamst deathkrom ..- *r«j, !•> jaky patetekv^f-'.-- ^ i ■.*n • * ^ ^foaling*itl*K*1 • commencing with attempt to foal ' am)''i)eath..fkc)m .any cause there after. 1 . fttte$:'i*)WESav. current. .»•••.i -claims .promrtli.pauk | agents ^wa^ted ^ wher& mot rfe#fcis'enht^| * -"./J'P.i.'i - v ©ALGETY $ ttflr*melbfturnk NEW MODEL THEF1NEST SEPARATOR) ON EARTH • . >. *A l ■ - -j■' '■ >' j .Wiere will you. ^nd-A Se parator that skims as closc as the VEGA? " Where will finda .Separator that; is so rbearitifully Sfiiushtid ■ 3bo *. . • -easy turning? < Where will you find a Separator at Such easy prices * . . NEW MODEL . i 'VEGA," = 5 ?12 fgat •. . 'V •. *£3 -15l 0 .18 gali .. .V.: ; i 5: 0 0 28 gal. , . . . . 7, . 0 0 55 gal. . . . '.10 10' 0 80 gal. .<..... 15 15 0 Write for full particulars, Dept. K. BUCKEYE HARVESTER CO. <14 52 Francis st-, Melbourne. s; AGENTS •^'AN'raD, i ' I SCHRECK...

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THROWING AWAY FAT. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 8 August 1914

THflOWWG AWAY-FAT. i S ome—farrrrers ■ ~~arG - -queer-; "—They -tliink a dollar spent for Hoard's dairy mask is wasted. But>tbey >vill tibrbw dayjfbecause tney do not handle tneiv farj| separator* 'do not know what thsy are about, In three days they have • wasted "butt&rfat enough to have patid: for a -paper a year that would have told them better. Good knowledge ia~ always good In vestment. Ignorance always, costs more than knowledge. Get out of the shadow into the sunlight where you can soe what is going on.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 8 August 1914

: - ALWATS GIVES RELIEF. ; . . -".liver?:-tiinco riiy son Reggie was • twelve- -juanthsold-' I have giveii him "Chamberlain's. Cough .Remedy for croup," says'Mr. Joe Stephens War ren, N.S.W. "No matter liow bad the attack may be, after: a few doses v of .Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,. he lias always been relieved. I have recommended Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to dozens of people, as I con-' skier it the best remedy : for-croup •• or colds, and would not be. without, a bottle in .the house Sold bj 3. G. ChcMwas. Pemhurst. Pennsylvania is attempting what other places have ■ given up as im practicable, and we shall be glad to hear how it -is proposed ,to get over difficulties. The Pennsylvania Indus trial Commission is advocating the pas sage, of a Bill regulating the hours and working conditions of cooks, nur ses, maids and other domsstio servants. It is proposed that th«y shall only work eight hours a day. ..

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CLOVER WITH WHEAT. FODDER FOR SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 8 August 1914

CLOVERiflTH ^HEAW;; 1 ; ^ FODDER Fbft- SHEEP,.^ , ; The value-of red clover, as hay crop sown with the wheat has been proved at the Glen Innes Experimental Farm New - South Wales., where, -the practice" "is~followed of broadcasting about 101b of seed six weeks or so after wheat is up, merely running the har row vover,, the .young c^op.Jtrefore, sowing , the/tclover. vest, the clover is cut" as a hay crop,* ana^itsjyalue is^empMedy^ that.'at' Gl4® Innes, "during "the" ean/" pal**' 'of' the pa^ winter, some 200.sheep,_chief ly eight inoiiths old wedrferSV wea led ; ion red clover hay at tlip rate .of lib a! head^iiiidacsf^.Krihe^sbefmjdok t$ thev hay readily, and moreHKa'fi'fterd^their own on 4Ia-„th,e\ feeding, it •jigftajWPplyiljQftfteBW -,4bpjiti in the paddocks, andr the sheep .picket fit up off -tte;££Qjm4'.-' ...rThftjcpst yw>rk?»i sed out at' just under, oneVhftlfrBgiinjr a head a, day. , ,The only expidhscs.wero the cuttmgi^mai'fcing--ahd^«t<4>fei^.-?->^

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NECESSITY OF GRIT FOR POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 8 August 1914

NECESSITY OF GRIT FOR 1 POULTRY. I The fact that fowls require' grit in j order to digest liard grain is frequent ly overlooked by poultry keepers. The ; work of reducing and grinding up whole grain in the case of fowls is principally performed by.the gizzard an organ which is provided with stroug muscles for this, purpose. XJnr. less, however, some grit or small peb bles or gravel are present -in the giz zard to aid in the grinding up of the grain, the process goe^on imperfect ly. and in a very slow .manner, much slower, . than . should ^orm'ally. be. the, case. Inability to ewure":a/sufficient amount of grit to nice:f their require ments oil the part of;the 'hens or chicskens Vesults in digestive distur bances being set up, and the food— at any rate, that part provided in the shape of whole grain—not being pro perly assimilated.- In some cases, lack of grit may prove fatal. t On being swallowed, the food is con veyed into the crop along the gullet. The lining membrane- of the crop...

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SOIL SICKNESS EXPERIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 8 August 1914

SOIL SICKNESS EXPERIMENTS?: ; In an article in. a German publica tion an expert deiiIs interestingly with' the question of soil sickness, and des cribes' experiments which-..lie .has car ried,, out,, >%itlit_ ..flax,,, peqg^dn^,., in order to throw i'urthei\liglit "on'the relation of soil sickiiess and these crops While his investigations were necess arily of a. somewhat preliiuinary.--na» tore, lie considers: the following 'con clusions niay'-ha-solely '"drawn" ^fio» them:—There are two forms of sick ness in ilax, "germinating" sickness and "growth" sickness.. The "ger minating" sickness of flax, "in Which' the seeds rot away in the ground, pre sents similar symptoms of "germin ating" sickness of peas. In the case of both, plants the rotting away, which; is probably,,caused by pectin ferment bacteria is, apart from thfe question' ol vitality of the seed, dependent not only on the soil conditions, such as dampness, but also on temperature and the number of micro-organisms' attack...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 8 August 1914

CURED THEM BDln. "I always use Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and can recommend it to anyone who has chilldfen," says Mrs Barrett, Broom ' Street, Katanning, W:A. "My two-little. girls, Doreen and Sheila were -very bad with croup Chamberlain's Cough Remedy was tlio only medicine that would give them relief. After they had taken two bottles there, was. not a'^trace of croup AToiv.. J ..wwild ; a • hottle.. .of Chamberlain's Cougli Remedy in ' my home." _ Sold by J. G. Oheeawas. Penihurtt.

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XI. LOOKING IN VAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 8 August 1914

MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XI. LOOKING IN VAIN. With a stern fixed face/ (Jis Deverel pursued his way amongst the laughing crowd, glaring at every stand or post • of vantage tiiat iie passed, in the ex pectation.;-, of iindmg Aiiis betrothed ,in close, juxtaposi ion to his own especial friend'. •» l'rfend& kept' coming uo tj him, when he would ask tliem, • rNitu .anything of BeresfordP" in a (v.-oiess - tine, and break V way l'rom th-jjii ii they answered in the negative, s-ayiug he was in a hurry. A presiui n.'i-iit of evil was upon liim, and yer. uo i< jd himself that it was absurd to be : 11x1 ous; of course she was sale cuo tgn. She was no child to be carried ol! ty » gipsy-woman, jnd sold to a strolling player, for the sake .of her.pretty J < e. \Vhen these infernal races' we've V ror, Beresford would bring 'her. bac^ and she 'would smile I.er prettiest smile and ask to be forgiven. But he would not forgiv.e her, .. He would show her lor once for all ...

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BREEDING OF CROSSES. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 8 August 1914

BREEDING OF CROSSES. The production of crossbred sheep in New South Wales has not made the Progress noted in Victoria and in Soutli Australia. In Queensland, the breediug of crosses has practically made .no progress whatever, It is quite clOar, however, from the trend of mar kets and the general shortage of stock throughout the: world, that the pro duction of crossbred lambs is going to . be a profitable undertaking in all parts where they, can be efficiently • maintain ed . ' Big holdings are. unable to pro perly handle the business, as. they can not obtain the artificial feed required to keep young stock' growing at the most critical period of growth 1 Labor' difficulties step in at that stage. .Con sequently it will lie with the com paratively small man to fill the breach There will be a good demand for fat lambs for home consumption, while there is always a good and profitable market in the raising of lambs for .ex port. In New Zealand, where industry in fat lambs has been broug...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 8 August 1914

There Is but> Mf-. zizmsati ma WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 8 August 1914

WARDS IT OFF. "Until I. was re'commendcd to try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy I suf fered continuously with colds in the chest," writes Miss M. Flangan, "Car termin," Ward street, Kalgoorlie, W-rA. "Now when I notice tlie slightest sign of a cold," I take a couple of doses of Chamber.'ainV. Cough Remedy, and the cold - is, w ard ed off." •./ . Sold by J. G. €hiesswas. Penshurst. .• .A clearing house has-been established in Dane county, Wisconsin, and a; com mittee of three has . been appointed' to, carry out the details of the plan. The superintendent of the Wisconsin State Employment Bureau,"-Mr Wm. Lifes6r-: son, says that this bureau has placed over two thousand farm hands, and he believes that local communities can not only pick up the necessary extra labor for rush work at the larger offices of the bureau, but. that in forming an., orginisation with a designated office,: they would be able to bring the labor-:, ers and farmers together. TERRIBLE BIJRN ON PALM OF HAND. „ ''One "nig...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 8 August 1914

jKojftrnmeiit Postmaster General's Department - • Melbourne, 24th J uly. 1914. fT>ENDERS will be received at the Office JL.-.iQ': the. Deputy Poitm*ster General. IIBLBODBNK,. ontil 3 p.m. ' on:-the ;l8th Anguit, 1914. for the fiepaiw, etc., id .the telegraph. Line between Morllake and Pens hprst, (Sch. 1128)/ Tender Forms may be obtained at th«S G, P. O.Melboarne. and at tfie Pout Offices, Mortlake and Penahorit. AGAR WYNNE Poatmaeter General • U«S) ' ' ; ' : 201 MooRiBoOL Strbrt, GEELONQ. WILL visit the following placea M under .•— ' ' Penahurst, Thar. Aug 27th • _ Port Fairjr, Fri. Aug 28th P. A. Castelli, • ^ATCH 'itid CLOCK " MAKER, JEWELLER. HA.S Decided,to continue his. periodical '.Visits to other towns in the neigh borhood, and will return to Fenahnrat later. Advioe of hia return will be given in dae course. I I y The warmth of O.T. is mild, soft, mellow. It comes from a herb which is a staple-article of diet for over 506,000,000 people tiirOughout the world. This mellow ...

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PENSHURST MAIL TIME-TABLE. DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 8 August 1914

PEN8HUR8T MAIL TIME-TABLE. DESPATCHED. Monday-—Warrnambool, Koroit, . Hawkesdal# 6.45 a.m. I Melbourne, Hamilton, ' .. ' Ararat, Ballarat.Dui: . ..i kold .. ..' .. .... ' ■&£&'"'. Oaramut .... ■; 9.^5Aa.m'-. .-I - Melbourne, ' Ha mil- ' V .. ton, Warruunibool .. 4.^0 p.ia Tuesday—Warrnambool, Kor • oit, Hawkesdata 6.45 a.m. • Melbourne, Hamilton, Ballurat, Ararat,Due keld .. 9.40 a.m. Caramul 9.45 a.:u Melbourne, Wan nanbool 4.20 p. hi. Hamilton ' 7.25 p.m \V'Hine»day— War niainboul. Koroit, Hawkesdale 0.45 a.m. Melbourne, Hamil . ton, Ararat, iialla rat, Dunkolti . .. D.40 a.m. j Caramut , •• - 9.-15 a.m. j Melbourne, Wai r- ! oauibool 4.20 p.m. | Hamilton 7.25 p.m. j Thursday—Melbourne, Ham- i ilton, Ararat, Dun- j keld .. 9.40 a.m j Warrnambooi .. .. 11.35 a.m. Caraniut 12.30 a:ui. ; Melbourne," Hauiil- j ton 4.20 p.m. : Warriiambooi, Koroit, | Hawkesdale 6.60 a.m. • F riday—Melbourne, Ham ilton, Ballarat,Ararat, j Dunkeld 9.40 a.m ' Caraiuut 8.45 a.m. : 'Warriiam...

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