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THE FEEDING OF SICK CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 15 August 1914

THE FEEDING OF SICK CHILDREN. ■ There are many points in the nurs> ing of sick clyldreri' which, although of importance .are apt to be overlooked or slurred over;' ''The feeding oy in fants and-youri^ children, a mattefcfor care, even when the. child is in health, .becomes douWy .so during illness knd convalescence. *tn the case of infants the utmost cajre.Stnust be taken over matters of'r6leaniness, proper temper ature, and- /accurate ' preparation jand measurement. . „No,milk must be §ept in the sick pprindeed;,any. optler food ; milk.: in particular should ' be from smells, • as it quickly, takes the taste s and odor of any strong smelling thing near which it may be placed.. Many chil dren have uncontrollable dislikes, eith er from '"fad" or habit, for "certain articles of food.- These); although children should be broken off them- in health, should be respected if possible in illness , as they are often strong enough to lead to refusal of the food or even vomiting.. They may,...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XII. NOT TO BE FOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 15 August 1914

THE—— MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XII. NOT TO BE FOUND. "1 don t understand you a bit; please explain, -Captain Bexesiord Perhaps it's a joke; if so, I.fail to gee", any point in it," and Miss Brabdzoii looked stolidly in front of her, whilst; Lady Wilbraham gave a little gasp of:-surprise and terror. __^"-'It is no jdke, but saddest earnest," -i.ind his face looked as if he maant it. "Deverel has been looking for the last two hours* or even three, and he cannot find her." 1 "But that is absurd," trying to put a brave face on it, and resist ' conviction as long as she could; "where, has she gone, and who was ■ h.: w ith? I don't suppose she • was left alone?" with a sudden suspicious glance into" his careworn face. "Only for a minute; she dropped • -flower, and' Deverel'went bacK to look for it. When he came back/' lowering his voice, "she was nowhere ■to be seen." - "And that's all the care he took of her I" flying into a passion, be - cause she was on the brink of tears; "leaving an i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 15 August 1914

op1 . hand; ' "■ •:'s'i "One night I. struck a match, and the. whole, of-, in my hand and'I had a terrible burn across the palm," says Mr. "J. jr.' Worsley, ^Margate, Tas. ."The pain was something awful. I Svent' into the store arid looked for ~ something to relieve and noticed the word ' ' "burns!' on the label of -Cliam berlain's Paih Balm. I;poured the baWi freely -on. my hand and tKe- pain quickly disappeared, and I w»V able to go to sleep. In. the morning, i found the skin whole" and the burn quickly healed without even leaving a scar:" ~ Md by J. O. OhMmrM. P«uhur*t.

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EMERGENCY REMEDIES. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 15 August 1914

I'lEMERGEWCY REMEDIES, a - It is--notvgenerallyj -Mown that .the "cfru'ettf-yields^mim^ jandviwhen^ aoci^^t8- nappeB> is' a welcpm© and s^c^ily found friend in: 'need';'* P^v.;sufdd0h;Eore throat,".salt makes' on; i^xcelleiy; gargle. ' ;Itf tan Tie usai-as ioften , as necessary, and' no'; hani^is don6^if;U; little of .the solution •Up?- th.e- tlirqat. One to four' t&bfe^octtifiils^in- a, tumblerful of tepid. ; water' is' &• good :proportion. Is." 7 .: ' • /. i ' Sa^; solution, for bites-Md.atijigs of ! inBTOtstis;ivery ifelpful, and it js'xiseful . tod, ' in: cases; of •■■•hemorrhages, ..especi ' ally "after 'tiie p.ulling of- 'a'toothv-" " 1'" Miistanl isv awither homely cruet-rer "medy* wliicji :'^b\i!d riot be:;forgo^ein,in, c<i£fl. Qf/ : e!ffierg&nc'y;. • When,, for ins tan jej. a .iotditfrd^leaf;; p&i^ef is .'rfe .aiureq,: butsa 'little'" dry mustard 'witfi' v6fy libt TCatei" 'Spread it: on a muslin, c6ver.« with -a • piecte ofdry:W...

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MANGELS AS FODDER. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 15 August 1914

MANGELS AS FODDER. I Mangels are a good fodder for ail kinds of stock. As spring fodder for sheep mangels are unrivalled, and thev possess the advantage of being avail able for the period between the finish ing up of the swede crop and the be ginning of rye*, or vetches, while, ot course, they are useful as a supple mentary food to such-like green crop?. ^ To ram breeders they ...are speciatiy* Valuable,' and it woiild Be difficult i"? grow or even suggest a" substitute t. To the milk-selling fanner a plentif: | •• supplyTof mangels/is-inevitable. Tbly begin using with chaff quite early in the winter, and thus effect a saving qf hay, as good straw chaff is better fn xl when mixed with pulped mangels than the primest hay is when fed long, at least for , the purpose of produc milk. The death of Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, wife of the President of the United States, is reported in a cable message frcwn Washington. «

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 15 August 1914

<iimiiui;ih;h:iH11 IP you havs tried numbers of pem edio: i for your com plaint and failed to get any benefit, DON'T GIVE UP HOPE, there is still my. system totry;, and it has proved itself, in "40 {gears' experience in' treat ing every disease. " Where Ignorance it a Crime Jti»t publinhed. You Mfinil afford to be ivithoatit» Medicine sent port free. wrapped —emir it pliia wrapper.

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FARMYARD MANURE. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 15 August 1914

FARMYARD MANURE. It is almost heresy in the eyeJjT of any farmer to indicate that farmyard ma-: nure, properly made, .has .any. imperfec tion of any kind, except the cost of getting it out long distances, and the difficulty of securing-the-necessary la bor;/, but such, however, is the case, and the Dost of farmyard" manure must ; plead* guilty to being balanced badly in regard to its plant-food; but while it has such a beneficial effect' on the physical condition of the ground, and supplies certain amount of lumus,.. whicfc lopsens the " soil, and makes it more^retentive of water, afid by means of its decomposition adds heat and increases : the heat-absorbing powers of ( the l^ndj as a carrier of plant fofld it is-not? specially valuable. i'A ton of i# contains only 91b to 151b of nitrogen, 41b to 91b of phosphate, and 91b to 151b of potash. It does not contain a sufficiency of .the mineral | I, constituents to balance* itB organic ni: j trogenous consents. t Most of it is saved in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 15 August 1914

Yon euinl afford to take ikutH «Mfc ■ M teg, It yan bare a iois', on the leg;-whether it be aa old aaa Wfckk kat fiaaa troubling yen for many months or yfun; or whether it ia aaa al aaly recent date, which relates to heal, yon should give it prompt and cartful attaattaa. It it particularly in the treatment of severe sores of this Mad that Resaaakat beea.ased - with such success. This new rapid healing olatment win tpeadlty |tn Ufa I* tkattaues at the old tore so that it will heal up whole and sound. Rexoaa it aet la Mated to dall the pain, of a sore, or merely to prevent it from spreading. The arlnary abjtct at Sinca it to stlmalate •r vivify the cold and callous .tissue* of the sore into Ufa aad aetwa. Witkant tkto the healing process cannot go on, and the sore remains to all intents aad psipasaa utmf. W-fki, aaaths, and even years may pass, and'the sore,'especially a legsore, may caatfaas la tke fiai coaditlon, of perhaps be slowly spreading. - ® This is the sort of sore for which...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 22 August 1914

7 JVE SlXJGK INSURANCE %LL CLAS8E8 OP STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATHFROM - - Aire CAUSE. ' > ;• FOALING RISKS— ' Z , \ - • COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO TOAD -/-M" AND DEATH PROM'ANY CAUSE THESE- ~ r ! ' '■*. ; AFTER. ': . ; IATES LOWEST .CURRENT. CLAIMS PROMPTLY PAID. CTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED * ' ——APPLY TO o ; DALGETY ® CO.. LTD- MELBOURNE, f SWANSTON STREET, and adjoin tag Rfnders-st. and Princes' Bridge Stations, MELBOURNE. Trams. Trains and Motor 'Buses to all parts Every Accommodation; Lift, Night Porter. Moderate Tariff. Tel., 148 Cen T. WHELAN. Proprietor. . . . . , . . . . (Late of Donald). Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age. (SOLS GIN PURE AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER 885 TEARS. MAGNIER'S Pure French Grape ** B RA N D Y Cognac A LIGHTING SYSTEM THAT HAS ALL THE! ADVANTAGES of Electricity at one-tenth thel cost of installation, and ONE-QUARTER thel coBt or upkeep. The Gloria System ia the most] advanced type of Petrol Gaa Lighting, and di...

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AMERICAN FARM LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 22 August 1914

AMERICAN FARM LAND. According to a recent census, tlie land axea in crops in the United States where acreage was given was 311,000,000 acres. This is about 16 per cent of the total -land area, or about 27 per cent, of the estimated po ttential tillable area of the United States, excluding foreign possessions. In other- words, for every 100 acres that are now tilled, $bout 375 acres may be tilled when the country is fully developed. In the development of the agriculture of the country, the land which was most easily brought into, a state of cultivation, as 'the great Mis sissippi Valley, was the first to be brought into such usei Extension of tilled area will be at jgreater expense for clearing, drainage, irrigation, etc. The increased production of the fu ture will-.be the result of increased yields per acre as well as extension of area.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 22 August 1914

••••• : ALWAYS GIVES RELIEF.. • • "Everi' since my sonv R?ggie \va§ i\v6lye montlis old I lia^'e given him Ohamberl£in?s. "Oough,',: v^Bm«Ay,' teroup'," .says Mr. Joe'Stepliens *War . . "No matter liow bad the attapk iriay' be]uaftei-' ii few -doses-, of Chamberlain's ' Cough Rejnedy^ he., •tas .always , beeni relieved., I have, ^ecpjnqi^jided Qham})Qi&in?s Cougli .Remedy. 4rP. ^Lpze&s.;ojf :1ieop,tey as' I' cbai si|e?"if' the /best remedy .for icroup; 6v*'colds,- and- woiild - not bo \yithoutVji '< bottle in the house." . ' - Beld by J; Q. (Hmhwm. Pcuhunt.

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KITCHEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 22 August 1914

KITCHEN GARDEN. In small gardens it is not advisable to nittiie large' plantings and sowings ! of any iimu of vtsgei^auies, bat smal ler quant.Mes will be lound mucn more aavauoageous , as oiten tliere is xnucn more grown than can be consumed, ana the consequence is tnat the sur piUS is wasted. It is surprising t. quantity or stuff that can. be obtained out of a small piece of ground, and i is a good tmng to observe that when one lot of vegecaDies are well through, another of tne same Kind should be put in, and in this way a succession is always at hand, and better results are obtained than if-the whole of tne area is put out :n large quantities. A proper observance should be main tained as to rotaaon, "as it is not ad visable that root crops follow in places where the same description of vege tables has be«n previously growing. The scarlet intermediate carrot is one of the best to grow for main crop, Seed may be sown in drills about 12 inches apart, and when the seedlings are well ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 22 August 1914

CURED THEM BOTff. "I always use Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and can _refcx>mmend it to anyone who has chilldren," says Mrs Barrett, Broom Street, Katanning, "W.A. "My two little girls, Do'reen and Sheila were very bad with croup Chamberlain's Cough Remedy was the only medicine that would give them relief. After they had taken two bottles there was not a trace of croup Now I would not be without a bottle of Chamberlain's; Cough Remedy in iny home." • Sold by J. G. Gmmwm. Penihumt. WARDS IT OFF. "Until I was recommended to try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy I suf fered continuously with colds in the chest,,r writes.Miss M. Flarigan, "Car termin," Ward street, Kalgoorlie, W-A. "Now when I notice the slightest sign of a cold, I take a couple, of doses of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and the cold is ward ed off." . • Sold by J: G.- ®hwswas. penshurat.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 22 August 1914

SCHUTZE S CO Pure Woollen UNDERWEAR Manufacturers. - Ladies, Gentlemen's and Children's Combinations,' Singlets and Drawers, etc., made to measnre. Price Lists and Samples on application BLOCK ARCADE, Melbourne. 28? Collins-street. Take Lift iii;kiiini;iwi;n,:ifli1 Consult FREE Personally or by Post I h a v e bejen :: successfully treat ing eases exactly the same as yours for 40 years. Why not take Advantage of my experience? ALL RUBBER GOODS STOCKED HORSMAN'S— Guaranteed by Us for One Season. Model A.A.A. 50/ Ardsley . . .21/ Centaur . . . 42/ Knickerb'ker 21/ Intereol 'giate 32/6 Berkeley ,. 18/0 Model A.I. . . 37/6 Newport ./• 15/j Varsity .... 35/ Clermont . 17/6 Brighton . . 27/6 Cleveland . 12/6 Climax .... 25/ Tefcher . . 10/6 PROSSER'S— Phenomenon . . 45/ Favorite ... 25/ Club' .... 30/Challenge . 18/6 Association .. 25/ Unique. . -. 12/6 DAVIS— Risley -Davis . 42/ The Davis ■; 21/ Beginners' Racquets, 6/6, and 8/6.. Sla zenger's Ayres's, and Spalding's Rac quets in Great Va...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 22 August 1914

| TERRIBLE BURN ON OF ; - * HAND. >. "One night-. I struck .a i/majtclij tmd the whole of in -my hand and I had a teirible burn-across the pplm," says • R.' Worsl&y,: Margate,'• Ta£. iS'^The paih was; somethrae lawful", ■; I ' . 'went iiWr. the' .'store' and lpoke<J.';for j ibiaethMg to-, relieve and-<noiiced .the wotd ''bufrns'.' cm the label; of .-Cham berlam'B;.Pain-. -Balm.- f • -•••!,- pqurpdv:tjie balih\fr$^y 6n my, handand thapain. qitieHy /SiSapfpeared,, -and >X.; wa's^np fo jgo; iib. ^eep: >•"' In..the ;n^qriimgJ.^l] ;iftiuricl .tHie'/skin- whole and_-tn^i;h3it'n; -^jiicklyr healed; without eveja .Jeaving .a i soar."" '*• Md by J. O. Ch«HWU. Ptakhnrirt.

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XIII. "IF SHE BE NOT FAIR TO ME." [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 22 August 1914

THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XIII. "IF SHE BE NOT FAIR TO ME." And where was Ida Hamilton? The Hon. Cis Deverel would have given half ' his fortune to find out, Captain Vail Beresford his favorite horse,- Miss Bra bazon ten years of her life;—which, as she was past sixty, would have left her but a short time to enjoy her niece's society. . Lady Effrida Mountjoy was much shocked; but there is always some'con solation in finding that another's loss means our own gain, and she acknow v ledged to herself that the girl 'who had vanished from the scene so sudden ly had been her most dangerous rival. Now there was no one to stand be tween her and Cis Deverel, and before th« winter came she hoped to go in and win. Miss Brabazon went back to her house in Halkin street more shrivelled than ever in outward appearance, more cantankerous and irritable . than ev;er in temper. She was a continual blister to Parkinson's mind, and that patient maid, deprived of the only enlivening ♦dement in her life...

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TOP DRESSING GRASS LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 22 August 1914

TOP DRESSING GRASS LAND. By W-.S. " .The practice of.. top-dressing grass land is on the whole a profitable prai tice, and for this purpose basic slag is, generally speaking, most useful, ana is therefore largely, used. This n'a mure, when applied as a top-dreesi ij;, increases the growth • of grasses, a art is particularly favorable: to the dev-a- ■ opment of clovers; as it: not . only , en courages a. more vigorous growth of these' plants, but at the same tim:> the life of the" plant is. considerably* in creased by. its application. It is usu ally put on at the rate of from, lew to 3cw-t per acre. In some oases, however, much heavier dressings arc applied, according^ to ' circumstances. The usual way of applying it is to sow it through the ordinary manure' drill. The coulters may be taken off, and the manure allowed to drop direct . from the drill; this answers very well, [ providing the weather is calm, but in j windy weather the fine, manure blows about and makes it unpleasan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 22 August 1914

• 'There Is but-*' - -tiwi ONE Schnapps.. —^Sg— WOLFE'S W^f SCHNAPPS

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 22 August 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS, (By "Ambrosine.") Of all their household tasks, women seem to have the most dread of dish ■ washing. "I do not mind the cook ing," we-often hear them-say, "but i simply cannot stand to wash* the dishes after I am through • eating.'.' Like many other ilia from which we Suffer in this troublesome world of ours, "'tis thinking makes them so." Mt.-Dooley would, probably tell lis that Shake speare never had to wash , the dishes/ and anyhow he 'didn't' say that about' this particular form of trouble. But for all that it's the getting'at it that is the hardest part. " With proper pre paration and plenty of soap and hot water, <fchere'ia no need of such unholy dread of this.familiar duty.' • In the first place, when you disk the food- for the table, fill each pot- .and. pan. half full of hdrc water and let them stand on the hack of the stove or range Until you are -ready to attend to them. ;In clearin|t- the table afteir the" meal. ; wipe the. pl^es. and' platt...

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