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

SI sim THE BEST IN TH E WORLD ♦>6 5 lb Parcel INSIST ON TESTIFY TO And RECOMMEND NURSE ENDRE8,of Burbon Street, Bundaberg (Q.), writes:- ; ■< •• *>• '-••••• • -•••••-'<»• •••• , <wsi kwhW er.> • »»-■( > - V' I was so ill 1 longed for the hour when I Would be at peace." Read Her letter CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " Until, two years ago I followed my profession of ,-LADIES NURSE, ' :. residing then at-. Mt. Perry. • Overwork brought on a TOTAL "COLLAPSE OF MY NERVOUS • SYSTEM. 1 was treated by several doctors,, but grew worse, and became so .low and suffered, so much that I despaired of'ever being well again; in (act, ONE DOCTOR SAID THE END'WAS VERY NEAR; and. indeed. I ONLY LONGED FOR THE HOUR WHEN I WOULD BE: AT PEACE. A friend, who fw?s most par- ( sistent in her efforts', filially made me trv Clements Toiuc, Al^lD IT PRQVED . MY SALVATION.' Four bottles saw me up and about. jtad nowi although well advanced in years. Lam strong, and active,, an...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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PENSHURST MAIL TIME-TABLE. DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 22 August 1914

PENSHUR8T MAIL TIME-TABLE. DESPATCH KD. Monday—Warrnambool, Koroit, I Hawkesdale 6.45 a m Melbourne, Hamilton, Ararat, Ballarat,Dun keld 9.40 a.m. Oarainufc 9.45 a.m - Melbourne.^ Hamil "ion ar rn 5111I1UU 1~. m-.W-yrm— Tuesday—Warrnambool, Kor oit, Hawkesdale.. .. 6.45 a.m. Melbourne, Hamilton, Ballarat, Ararat,Dun keld .. 9.40 a.m. Caramul -9.45 a.m Melbourne, VYarp nambool 4.20 p.m. Hamilton 7.25 p.m Wednesday— Warrnambool. Koroit, Hawkesdale 6.45 a.m. Melbourne, Hamil ton, Ararat, Balla rat, Dunkeld .. .. 9.40 a.m Oarainut 9.45 a.m Melbourne, Warr nambool 4.20 p.w. Hamilton 7.25 p.m. Thursday—Melbourne, Ham- • ilton, Ararat, Dun keld 9.40 a.m Warrnainbool .... 11.85 a.m. - Caramut 12.30 a.m. Melbourne, Hamil ton 4.20 p.m. Warrnambool, Koroit, Hawkesdale 6.50 a.m. Friday—Melbourne, Ham- / ilton, Ballarat,Ararat, Dunkeld 8.40 a.m Caramut 0.45 a.m Warrnambool .. .. 11.35 a.m. Melbourne, Hamilton 4.20 a.m. Warrnamboo], Koroit, Hawkesdale .. .. 6.50 p.m. Saturday — Warrnambool, Koroi...

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

rOUNGHUSBAND, ROW * C° • PROPRIETARY LIMITED. Head Office: 94-6 King St., Melbourne Branchet—ALBURY, LOCKHART, WODONGA, TALLANGAnA, CORRYONG & WALWA. BROKERS FOR THE SALE OF EXPERT AND RELIABLE VALUATIONS GRAIN PROMPT RETURNS. INSTRUCTIONS ADHERED TO.. WOOL, SHEEPSKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, FURRED SKINS AND ALL STATION PRODUCE. rnrr QTflDAfiE Three months free on Grain received. 1st December IiILL 01 (jnflUC to 31st March, after which one month allowed.' wholesale agents for mmmmmmmmmmmm McDOUGALL'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!: THE Sewing Machine has so long been a' necessity in every family that . the main question to be answered is, Which Machine is the Best? The women of the family are answering this question by purchasing Mora than two million Singer Sawing Machines each year. The new Singer Model 60 is acknowle...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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SULPHUR AND SOIL. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 22 August 1914

SULPHUR AND SOIL. J. L. Strevensj technical chemist, Auckland, writes:—"May' I be al lowed to elaborate a few of the points touched on by jour commissioner in the excellent article on 'Sulphur and Soil' recently . appearing in your pages. For years past farmers have unwittingly been applying sulphur to the soil in their sulphates of ammonia, . potash, and lime, and . in certain gu anos apd blood and bone mixtures, but die exact function of combined sulphur was considered to "be unworthy..of .in-, •vestigation or to be ignored altogether, because analysis until recently gave infinitesimal percentages of sulphur in the soils and products examined. The elements necessa'ry for the maintenance of animal ilfe . are oxygen, . nitrogen, carbon,. phosphorus,_ sulphur, calcium,; sodium,: and. potassium and' hydrogen in some, combination or 'another,, .and. from analogy and actual investigation. the same elements are necessary for \plant life.and growth.' ^'Modern fertiliser application recog ...

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

LOCAL DIREOTORY. Compiled from notices in our sxtvertii ing column*. F. L. Olie, butcher and baker. J. A. iiriggs, draper. I Messrs. Hemmohs, Hyslop, and. Maw _aon, rioiting dentists." _• . —ji«T—Jrfuli»TT Orvu^ "XJ". i£Tj "SUHUI l»OP} • visiting every Tuesday, ' E. R. Courtney, M. P. S. A., phar maceutical chemist. ' , R. W. Powling anjl Co., auctioneer*,. stock and station agents. i T. Walker, undertaker. ' J. 6. Chess wass, timber merchant, general store and drapery. R. Ivelly, plumber. ... D. M'Neo, general storekeeper. T. Madigan, general storekeeper. President of Mount Rouse Shire, Cr. J. White, Devon Park, Dunkeld. Secretary, Shire of Mount Rouse, Mr. D. Walls. • Councillors (Dunkeld Riding): Messrs. Woodburn, White, Kruger — Chats worth ; Moffatt, Lloya, Beggs.— Penshurst: Barnes, Chesswass, Kel ly. Engineer: Mr. W. J. Schooling Mrs. S. Hudgson, oatea-er. Strachan, Murray & Shannon, „ wool brokers. Local agent—-W. A. Kelly. Bruce & McClure, plumbers and tin- ...

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MOUNT ROUSE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 22 August 1914

MOUNT ROUSE SHIRE COUN CIL. The ordinary meeting was held on Wednesday I2r.h instant, present:— Ors. Jas^ White (president), H N Beggi, R Woodburn, F Kroger, R Barnes, J G Ohtaswas, and W A Kelly An apoloer was tendered for the ab sence of Or. F Beggs, also for the ab sence of the engineer through a family bereavement Cr. White mored Cr CheBSwas sec onded that the minutes of the previous-., meeting as circulated be taken as read —Carried Or White moTed Cr Kelly seconded that the mi do es of th-< pievious meet ing as contained in tbn minute book, also the minutes of the Revision Coutc be now confiuied—Carried C "BBB8POSDENCB From the Public Health Depart ment, asking to be supplied with a sketch plan of defences, and infarma-; don ms to drainage regarding the ap plication of Roue Etford for a regist ered private hospital—Cr Woodburn moved, Cr Oh-sswas seconded th it tfa» engineer be asked to supply the neces sary information—O.irried From Chief Secretary, notifying that Th...

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Olla Podrida. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 22 August 1914

011a Podrida; [By Free Lance 1 Ex-presidenit, "Teddy" Roosveldt, on his recent visit to England, told some amazing stories of discovery . to the Royal Geographical Society. In fact, lie was. distinctly reminiscent of the noted De Rongmont. Here are a couple " He found a fish no larger than a tront, which bit off one of the party's little.toes, took a piece out of another's leg, and the tips off two dogs' tails." This in " Free Lance's " opinion, is a mere doggy narrative : as a fish-yarn it comes nowhere near the standard of a common Murray or Darling River whopper, but " another fish—h nine-foot catfish —was found with a monkey inside it. The flsh jumped, and caught the monkey when it climbed down a branch to driuk." Gee "Whiz! And the band played on. A drapery shop which looms largely v in the advertising columns of the Syd ney dailies is called " Skirts, Limited " Well, fashion decrees that skiris^liall ' be limited nowadays. ^ ' Appropos of mistaken ideafcand ex pressions, remem...

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NOTES ON THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 22 August 1914

NOTES ON THE WAR. The German' attack originally con templated in the direction of Nancy, owing to the strength of the .French advance, has been abandoned. The resistance of the French, forts resulted in the detention of the Ger mans eight days. on the line of the Meuse River, consequently the French were able to mobilise and. concentrate without hindrance. On Friday the French surprised Germans ten miles north of Namur, capturing cannons and machines guns. New one hundred thousand' army now -recruiting rapidly for hoiiie delen ce; second, third army will be' formed if necessary. - Russia mobilised two millions on German and same on Austrian front ier. Half million on Turkish and half million on Roumanian frontier' ready to act. Lord Kitchener's plans indicate that he is preparing for a long war necess itating the use of possibly 500,000 additional men. The despatch of the British expedi tionary force was carried out with re markable secrecy and success, being highly characteristic o...

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THE Penshurst Free Press. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING SATURDAY, AUGUST 22ND, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 22 August 1914

THE pensfyurst 5tee press. Published Evert Saturday Morning Saturday, August 22nd, 1914. The Minister of Agriculture, refer ring to the high fees and vexatious character of the inspection of. potatoes in Western Australia—about which ^negotiations have been proceeding be tween the Governments of that state and Victoria, in co-operation with other eastern States—informed the House that the fee had been reduced from 15/ to 2/6 per ton. 5lr Hogan member for Warranheip, pressed the question of urging the Westralian Government to a system of uniform inspection s«that when potatoes are ■ nassed in Melbourne, and are exported nittted -«-t anyrate, the Federal Constitution provides for sucli uniform inspection as suggested, and, in face of the recent return of a consignment alleged to have been infected with eel worni (but wrongly so) it would be a relief to shippers, if the suggestion were adopted. One cannot but appreciate the re marks of His Lordship, Archbishop Clarke, of Melbourne, whe...

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FEDERAL ELECTIONS. MR MCKI[?]NON AT PENSHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 22 August 1914

FEDERAL ELECTIONS. MR MCKISNON AT fcENSHURST. Mr Neil McKinnon, selected Labor can didate for The Wannon, addressed a well attended m<wHug of Electors in the Mechanics' Hall on Monday .evening, Mr Rod. O'Shann^ay "presiding. The candidate expressed his pleasure at being present to address them, and at the outsat, hi* position in common with other Labor memoers and the party generally. During th» few years since the first Lpbor candidate was returned the party had ruled in nearly all the States of the Com monwealth. And also the Commonwealth Parliament for three years in succession. And what was more, it ruled it wisely and well, _ The first plank of their platform was A White Australia, which, with the assist ance of tlie.good old Liberals,—riot those of to-day. who, they knew were conservat ives—had been adopted, Hh opponent, for whom, personally, he had the 'best of feelings, had said they were not sincere, be cause of the inclusion in their ranks of full blooded negroe...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 22 August 1914

Local and General News. Mr Stephens, our local School teacher has been called to Melbourne again this week, on this occasion, we regret to state, through the death of his father who has been ailing for some weeks past. Another of our well-known residents, Mr Schooling, Shire Engineer, also suffered a bereavement in the death of his mother. We extend oar deepest sympathies to the afflicted ones. The St. QePrge footballers who were to have played Penshurst on the local ground to-day have notified the Secretary that they will not make the trip. If the local aiateraare." -■*——'' —| Mr A.. 8. Codgers, the selected Liberal Candidate for The Wannon Electorate ad dressed a large audience at the Mechanics' Hall on Wednesday evening, Mr F. Twoiney occupying the chair. The candi . date d ■< elt for a considerable time upon 'the war its effects upon and duty by the people in the crisis. Generally he offered the electors three reforms, namely, restor ation of the postal vote, preferen...

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NITROGEN IN ARABLE SOILS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 22 August 1914

nitrogen in arable soils. The question of the-relative value of. "fallow,'? and particularly its effect on, the stock of nitrogen in the soil in comparison witlh the increase of 60il nitrogen produced by a green crop ploughed under, has been much dis cussed in receat years by Continental agricultural experts. It is generally admitted that a fallow is ■ a necessary process in the cultiva tion of some soil in order to improve their physical condition. But it is still questionable whether* in medium soils a fallow could not be ' replaced with ..advantage by a green crop. The Te&ultB of scientific experi ments, which'have been for the most part confined to laboratory experi ments, have not led to definite conclu sions oii this point. Recently; however, fresh light has bseri thrown upon it by . a 6tudy of. ths work t)f bacteria in falolw land'. No one has so far succeeded in dis covering with any precision to what extent these bacteria have the capac ity. of* accumulating -nitrog...

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RUGGING COWS IN WINTER. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 22 August 1914

t RUGGING COWS IN WINTER. In cold weather, panicularly during July, August, and September, consider ation might well be dpvoted by dairy men in cooldistricts to "the question of nigging or sheltering _ milking cattle. The owners of l&rge herds are not in need of the reminder, Hit they have learned, by experience that when cows are kept warm, the food they consume, instead of being utilised to maintain bodily heat, is more large ly. devoted to the production of milk. It is the owners of one or two cows or even of the small herd, who have yet to realise the real value of shelter and to find that there is profit in the outlay. Many, of these men take care of their horses during the cold'of win ter, but. bestow. little thought upon their cows, being either regardless or ignorant of the direct loss they are suffering through reduced milk yields. That much loss does eccur, the regu lar practice. of the regular dairyman is evidence. A New South WaleB Government expert draws attenti...

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

STRAUH *N, MCRBI1 and SIIASNON, Pty. Ltd,' GSKliUnTO and BRANCHES WOOL 4 GRAIN BROKER3 LAND, STOCK, and STATION AGENTS. Stock and Land Sales conducted in any part of the State. Representative for PEN SHURST and DISTRICT Mr. W A. KELLY, Who will work in 'conjunction with the . <2*elong Branch. All business entrusted ■© him will racsive strict attention. P. A. Castelli* WATCH and CLOCK MAKER, JEWELLER. HAS Decided to continue his periodical visits to oilier towns in the neigh borhood, and will return to Penehurat later. Adrioe .of his return will be'giyenV -in due course. AIR. P. S. W. MAWSON, DENTIST, 20 Moorabool Strket, GEELONG. ILL visit the following places as under:— Penshurst, Thur. Aug 27th Port Fairy, Fri. Aug 28th DENTAL Melsom Hemmons SURGEON DENTIST, . WARRNAMBOOL, Will visit PENSHURST on First Thursday in every month and may be consulted at E. R. COURTNEY'S Pharmaoy from 1„ a.m. till 5 p.m. Appointments may be made with Mr Courtney at the above address. K. M. H...

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STARVING IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 22 August 1914

STARVING IN LONDON. Intent on doing away with. himself, aj man" named James Moore, of Bonner Street, threw himself from. a bridge into Duckett's Oanal. at Betlm&l Green. He was pulled -o«t -with a email boy's fishing line, but at once leaped into the water , again. . This time Samuel , CJhadwiek leaped from the bridge, fully colthed, but did not succeed in bringing Moore "out alive. The widow stated at the inquest that her husband had been out of Work since Christmas.' They; had four chil dren, and. the family had struggled to live on about 12/ a :week. "Often we were :in a state of star vation," she added. "The last straw 'came a fortnight ago, when, owing to one of the children being taken ill; we were' ordered to leave the single room in which we • liveid and for which we paid 3/6 per week rent. The children were sent to the workhouse, and. my husband and I _went_ in_ shnrtLc _a£far-_ • A: few days, previous Moore left, the workhouse to look for work, but he" was so worri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 29 August 1914

INSIST ON LABELLED PACKAGES monwealtb JjjgjffcBanft ofHastraHa HEAD OPFIOK *f©?S^©F 8YDNEY dink li opan tar all «Iohi <x GENERAL. BANKING BUSINESS «t EQUITABLEBUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE: • Sydn«y, Oiuiberra, Adalaida, P.rth, Hubert, Biiibane, ftockhtmpton, Towmrlrl., And London raittiince* mid* ta,-and draft* drawn on foreign plaa** dirtct. Fonign'biUt «*fatiat«d'anil Letter* of-orfdit inuad to any part of th* world. Bill* negotiated of .forwarded far •-.''on. ^tanking aad Exchange Buiineu.af every deecriptioa *raa»int«d withla the Oomaea >»-• t"i Jrr.H'i Kiocdoiii and abroad. Carrut account* 0(nnfd. Ixter.rt paid OB died dtpoaiM,. I jJkdoait.j «•» 1« agauiat *tj>pror*d aecurltie*. RAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT . Victorian Ooatral Offloo I *CTvCOLUNS«TM*T, MUMUIMIi iSraaafcaa >■. the abara dtSaa aad 3,TOO Agoaoloa at Peat Offloaa throughout tb« OommasoaahK Dapoalto from 4^ t» <300. Intaraat at *7. par annum. iPtpaalti or Withdrawal) majr ba Badaat a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 29 August 1914

• MR. P. S.: W. AWSO^^'I . "DENTIST, • 20 MOORABOOLiSTRKET, GKKLONG. WILL visit the following places an under;— Port. Fairy, Tues. Sept. 22nd, Koroit; %Ved. (I ;'23rd. • Penshurst, Tliur» . „ • 24th. A. BEESON, Boomaker v R^paiter, BELL-STREET, PENSHURST. (Next J G Chesswns's Srore) Orders promptly executed- Prices moderate. Handsewiiig a specialty. Terms Cash remember when you get you get wealth too! A 'PROFESSIONAL NURSE wdFl known throughout Western Australia, writes her opinion. NUSSE ALTCE WILKINSON, 21 H -fl« £tnst, Nth. Perth, seadi tli* letcr:: " I have spent many years : in my profession as a Jiurse, both here and in Victors I have nursed die sick of ail descriptions, and some have been very kvr and we«!L The question always arises in the mind of the nurse .what is the best ;medicme- for a patient when thoroughly win down or to keep them !from getting low and prostratefi. From years of experience aofl close observation I can say 1 know of no me&cinea>-g»s3 as CLE...

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Dr. Fitchett on the War. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 29 August 1914

l)t\ Utehett oh the War. 3To o-ve 'kno vs the battlegrounds of Bsr- ' 'Ope better than Dr. Kinchett, the auth>r at •'••How.jiniland :f5:tV0d 83uiop>," etc., ami! j Iris -suniffiary in " kite 11 for September >of 'the events-of the present calamitous «ut break anions the rcatiena is deeply interest-. in*.' ati'iMnstructive. Takm^Jhe Aiisrrwvn attack upon Sec via as ifae -starting point, hi emphasise ifllie' "folly <6f-th« aged Austrian Emperor in fore- ; 'tng A'usrria!s>*i»arrel *with Servia and kindl- ' ing ^anions; the greit ■ nations s > gigantiic a 1 «onflsgrati m. " B;it behind (h i pere mal' tames-of the >va.r St utd ih; t.yn uiinwast! •shapes-of -a Pan-B(tv L and a Tain ' (rerm«n League," wiites Dr. Fitifcctt. ] '• This to the'real -easse of the conflict, the inexpiable feud httwixt Slav and Teuton.*' Maps and diagrams add to the interest of. this an mm .rv, arnica powerful cartoon by Ku'tali lends force to it. " Life " is fievot Ing-a portion of i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 29 August 1914

British troops have been in the thick of th^fighting for some days and have given, a gQKidaoQQunt of themaesXTea,. v

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FEDERAL ELECTIONS. MR. RODGERS AT PENSHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 29 August 1914

• V, FEDERAL ELECTIONS. MB. &ODGERS AT PENS HURST. Eeported by H. Woodhead, Pennhursfc Mr A. S.Rodgers, selected Liberal candidate and retiring member for The Wannon who seeks re election nddrees ed a well-attended meeting of electors in the Mechanics' Hall on Wedoesday evening, 19t>h instant, the chair being occupied b/ Mr F. Twomey who briefly introduced the candidate. Mr Rodgfcrs paid he was please# one* more to visit Peosbnrst and dis- j triet that had 15 months or more ago I returned him ft* its representative in Parliament. His first . .duty was to thank theiu individually aiod collective ly for their geuerous support, but his special thanks were' due to the two Liberal organisations, and was partic ularly grateful for the- worlf of (he A.W.K.L. What greater compliment ould a man have thin that the women stood behind hirn, and rK;was marvell ous what strides they had! made1 during the pass f-w ye»rs and the? great work they were doing to educate their st$S»rs in the...

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