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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 5 September 1914

RHEUMATISM. . '3 -had rheumatism and suffered -so' much" that I could not deep," says Mr. Rowe, Cornwall,Ths. "After three years of suffering a friend recommend ed me to. try CKamberlatjn's Pain Balm, and before*"using "hal^ Tt bottle I was wonderfully relieved: Two. bottles re moved all pains 'and! X&W T am quite myself again." V Sold by J. G. ChpwwM. Peruhunrt.

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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COLIC DRINK FOR HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 5 September 1914

COLIC DRINK FOR HORSES A tueful mixture to1 ksajLonhand for use in casesofemergfncy. is:Oilof turpentine, 3 oz., tincture bf opium' 1 oz., linseed oil to one .. pint. Store in carefully corked and seawfl'bottles; and in a cool place'. Kept in this way, the mixture will remain good for. years. -Giveythe", drink as it is , "followed by a • quirt1 of^warm gruel. Walk the horse about, at Intervals rub the belly and legs, and generally take every precau tion-to prevent; the animal getting down and rolling. If necessary, the drink,may be repeated in two hours, but not more -than two doses should be given. • If no relief is obtained in this period, it will be quite1 time that a veterinary surgeon should be sent for, We have furnished this as a recipe for: a good colic drink foor horses, but "good" is always'3 relative term. It is as good as—in fact, it is better than ■^—anything "else we know, of for use in emergency, and in the- initial stage of an attack of colic, but it must be re membe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 5 September 1914

TRENCH'S RSMCDYjPOR FITS AND EPILEPSY OURES TH< SCVCItKtfT AND LONa-STANDtNQ CASKS •tl Weeks' THel M; riPlUB SHILLINGS, Ginta(t Mi Hms. SotOMOH, ITS Montague St., Sonth Melboarne, wrote"Mj little girl Sylvia suffered from fits for twelve ■oath*. She Had m many u 60 in one night and aomeone had to watch her all flit time. I had her nnder a lead ing doctor. I then tried an herbalist, bnt ahe waa getting worse. When at the hospital Mrs. Freeman, of Alexan dra St., Collingwood, gave me a book on Trscch't Treat ment. I got a packet and the second one cored, her. She has not had.a It for 14 mbnthi, apd eajeys good health. I will be verjr pleated to recommend youtreatment to anyone."^ TBI gMIOII ^jnSbsir fatmrr\ ymrna Delay e» . mm 1QH Btiywsaa LIVE STOCK INSURANCE • " . ■ . . Vv .. ILL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATH FRO* ANT GAUSB. V, ' . -—FOALING- RISKS-— - COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAE AJfD DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE THERE AFTER. tATES LOWEST CURRENT. CLAIMS PROMPTLY PAD...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 5 September 1914

MADE A NEW MAN OF ME. "For some time I suffered with liver attacks and biliousness," says Mr. I. H. Mathieson, Constable, Havelock, N.Z. "At times I would be quite dizzy, and would hardly know how to walk down the street. Brownlee.and Oo. advised :me to try Chamberlain's Tablets, which IV did..previously-1 had tried nearly everything and can. honestly say that Chamberlain's Tab-, lets were the only medicine. that did1 toe "any good and they have made a. new man of me." " .' Sold by J.G.Ches»wa».P«uhur»t.

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IMMIGRATION SUSPENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 5 September 1914

IMMIGRATION SUSPENDED. The Victorian Government has. kus. ponded all its ■ immigration work, 'the Premier explaining that the Govern ment has more important business to attend to at th6 present time. Mr. Hsigelthorn remarked that it was more important for the State Government to see that the people ;ialte$idy w here suffered as little as possible during the .war -than to attmept to bring new set tlers here at present. Several hun dred immigrants, consisting of farm workers and domestics, are' on their waytd Victoria, and those requiring .such assistance- should apply to the Immigration Bureau early. The im migration authorities do .not know how the war is gojiig.to .affect the lleparture ofv'immigfants fr&xnr the Old Country. A gas fitter named Ellis Mainstone 44, was knooked down and severely in jured by a train at the Nicholson street crossing at Footscray on Mon day. He was assisting in-the laying of a gas pipe and failed to jump clear of a passing train.' The injured man...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WAY TO TALK TO THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 5 September 1914

THE WAY TO TALK TO THEM. A dirty farmer, writing to "Hoard's Dairyman," wants to be -told what to put into milk to .make it stay sweet for three or four days—andhow to mix it. And this is how "Hoard's" answers him:— . - , "No, wo will not, :and "for this rea son: It is against the laws of the Fed eral - Governmentrand^pf&ctieally every State and city government^to put any-:. thing into* milk' to make it stay street. It. is a criminal act to- dope niilk with preservatives. So much has been said and written on this subject'that we are at a vloss to understand why anyone should not know about it. There is a way to keep milk sweet. Keep it; cfean and cold. Keep the dirt out. Take the heat out at once after milking. A clean, healthy; cow milked by a clean, healthy milker in a- clean, . sanitaryv barn and * handled in clean utensils will produce an article that will not need to. be doped. If it will not keep when immediately cooled it is not fit*for human food."

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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RECORD WHEAT AREA. NEW SOUTH WALES FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 5 September 1914

RECORD WHEAT AREA, NEW SOUTH WALES FIGURES. It is estimated by the Government statistician (Mr. Trivett) that New South Wales has a record area of 4.108,600 acres under wheat this year. It is estimated that a little over three and a half million acres win be reaped for grata, and th» balanc* cut - for kay.

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NORTHERN WHEAT AREAS. VERY SERIOUS CONDITION. THREE MONTHS' SPELL OF DRY WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 5 September 1914

NORTHERN WHEAT AREAS. VERY SERIOUS CONDITION. THREE MONTHS' SPELL OF DRY "WEATHER. The Central Weather' Bureau has issued the following summary of the condition of stock, crops,: pastures, water supply, etc., at the end of July, 1914, based upon the reports-of the meteoroligcal observers throughout the State of Victoria: Reports from all over'the Wimmera, Mallee, and Northern country, which form the bulk' of the northern wheat areas, with absolute unanimity indicate for the end of July a very serious con dition. ; This is, the third, month oi" very dry and frosty weather, and, though the rains of. the 29th July hid a de cidedly refreshing effect upon the young wheat, the grass did not per ceptibly -benefit. . The latter had in deed gone off to such an extent ' that hand-feeding of sheep was almost everywhere being resorted to,_ and many farmers were under the neces sity . of ordering consignments _.of ; hay from the more fortunate districts.. Thanks to such measures and the rar ity ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 5 September 1914

SCHUTZE & CO Purti Woofiw • UNDERWEAR Manufacturers. . Ladies, Gentlemen's aad .1 Children's.: Combinations, I Singlets and Drawers, etc., I made to measure. Price Lists and 'Samples on application BLOCK ARCADE, Melbourne. 28? Collins-street. Take Lift

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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 5 September 1914

FIVE RULES " FOR FORTUNE HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. 1. Cultivate and perfect yaur ideas •Experiment. ■ /' The world is.. eager "for something new, which, however,' sim ple it may be, will save, labor, or ex pense, or do things better.. Let it be more convenient, or promote pleasure reduce waste. " People who handle things. in every day1. use are the natural inventors^- of better things, and "the natural. capital ists of to-morrow. Bead the "splendid advice that Edison gives; Learn- the procedure as to pa tenting in the chief, countries,—then secure . your own legal monopoly for your rights by becoming a patenteses. " 2: If that workman or foremn , or your ingenious friend has produced a clever inyention put him on the track of famous and wealthy inventors. Mr. Townseud, an editor, says of the "Inventors Guide," "I am'recom mended it strongly to friends.. Best of .the kind I have seen. It should do .a'ipfc goodf: It should do a lot of good..?'3 It is an; incentive, .to about by tellin...

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. BATMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 12 September 1914

' ■ ~~. . ' ' &Oir§E OF REPRESENTATIVES. BATMAN. Bremian L. unopposed. BALACLAVA. Watt F. ... 17,158 Cartin L. ... 12,224 BALLARAT. McGrath L. ... 16,020 Coldham P. ... 15,538 BEttDIGO. Arthur L. ... 15,737 Robb F. ... 12,810 BOURKE. Ansfcey L. ... 21,327 Jennings F. ... 10,876 CORIO. Ozanne L. 15,930 Kendell F. 15,271 Manifold Burke COR AN GAMITE. F ECHUCA. F L FAWKNER. L. F. FLINDERS. L M'Dougall L GIPPSLAND. Wise I ... Bennett F GRAMPIANS. L ... F HENTY. F L ... I INDI. L ... L KOOYONG. ■ Best ; " "F' ' 7K"-' Goldstein I .... Terry I Palmer Gourley Hannon Carse Irvine Jolley Irvine Boyd Andrews Crouch. Maloney Ahem MARIBYRNONG. 15,125 13,951 15,458 11,181 16,661 1I,1«8 14,286 12,«63 14,649 14,289 14,394 14,275 16,761 12,176 3,101 15,007 14,612 17,917 10,©26 2,376 20,787 11,538 19,508 7,434 Fenton Reynolds F ... MELBOURNE Muloney L Hughes F MELBOURNE PORTS. Matthews L ... unopposed WANNON. Rodgers F ... 15,048 MacKinnon L 12,693 WIMMERA. Sampson F'... unopposed YARRA. Tudo...

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THE SENATE. LABOR. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 12 September 1914

THE SENATE. IiABOR. Barnes .... Barker Russell ... jVI'Kissock ... Blakey ... . Findley FUSION M'Coii - ... : . I Mauger ... Bdge& ... Ciok — . Trenwifch ... " M'Lean ; . 314,838 314,693 314,012 313,809 312,275 309,625 274,398 273,903 270,750 269,884 269,376 268,268 .

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SENATE—PENSHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 12 September 1914

SENATE—PENSHUBST. Darker 816 Barnes 3X1 Blakey 619 €ook 888 Edgar . 885 Findley 617 Mauger 886 M'Coll 829 H'Kiuock ! 609 M'Lean' . 843 Bnssell . 611' Trenwith, ' 881

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 12 September 1914

E. R. COURTNEY M.P.S.A. Pharmaceatieat Chemist,' BELL STREET, PENSHURST PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY DISPENSED. A large Assortment of NEW and CHOICE PtRFUMERY in Stock, ranging In price from 2s 6d to 15s. SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS AND NEW TEAR PRESENTS. Tetehone, No. - 13. D. McNEE, RAILWAY STORE. ; Bell Street, Pcnshurst, ■■ " - .v iJ'ir. . ' . * ' " 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 well assorted stock of the best goods at reasonable prices, DRAPERY—and Boys' clothing, Suits, Hats, Ties, etc. Values unsurpassed. BOOTS Jand SHOES-™* 18 where we shine, our reputation being such that it is quite usual to hear the advice, • GO TO M'NEE'S SUITS made to measure—Sit Guaranteed. FLOUR. BRAN. »»<i POLLARD. _ Agent for BAIJISAY'S STOVES. Important Announcement ! J. A. BRINGS Has just opened the new Season ranges of Suit ings, and Trouserings for the comi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 12 September 1914

WAKM BLANKETS ABE WINTER NECESSITIES. THERE IS NO TIMS TO LOSE. WINTER IS ON US. NIGHTS ARK GETTING COLDER; YOU MUST COMFORT AND WARMTH IN YOUR BED COVERING. I —THE MERITS OF OUR BLANKETS — WILL APPEAL TO YOU. THE BLANKETS WE OFFER ARE AUSTRALIAN. THEY ARE MADE PROM PURE WOOk-WOOL GROWN D» AUSTRALIA—SPECIALLY CHOSEN WOOL FROM TH0 FINEST SHEEP AUSTRALIA RAISES. SEE THEM TO-DAY! EIDERDOWN QUILTS THAT ARE LIGHT AND WARM. I ' ; HAVE A LOVELY RANGE OP DAINTY DESIGNS AND ~ ARTISTIC PATTERNS. RUGS OF GOOD QUALITY. THE FAMOUS ALL WOOL ONKAPARINGA RUG. THE MOST RELIABLE RUG ON THE MARKET—ONLY OBTAINABLE FROM US. — KEEP YOUR CATTLE WARM WITH ONE OF OUR RUGS. -1 -IT IS PROFITABLE TO KEEP 5 —i YOUR CATTLE WARM. - WAY NOT GET THE MAXIMUM RESULTS FROM YOUR CATTLE BY THE TIMELY PURCHASE OF A WARM AND SERVICEABLE RUG. J. G. CHESSWAS THE LEADING MERCHANT. •PHONE 7. BELL STREET. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. BRUCE & M'CLURE, ENfilNEERS, WINDMILL F4ANUFACTURERS, IRON, BRASS : AND STEEL FOUNDERS. — W...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XVI. AN OLD FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 12 September 1914

THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XVI. AN OLD FRIEND. It was a great pity you war not at the Academy," scud Raymond Duval, taking' his long pipe out of his mouth and surveying his wife with his sleepy eyes, as he lounged full length on his Turkish divan; "you would have en joyed at, and it would have been a capital opportunity of introducing you to my friends." "l)on't you think your friends woulit rather have been without me?" with a scornful curl of her lipj as, seated on a low chair, she played with KUdore's shaggy coat. "ihe women would, perhaps," smil ing as he thought of little Vic; "but not the men. _ I shall have to keep the doors barricaded, after this busi ness of tue Iphigenia." "Was-it recognised?" breathlessly. "I was regularly mobbed to find out who it was; but 1 kept my own coun sel, and sent them all off in a fog." "I never would have sat for it, if I had thought of it." He raised his eyebrows. "My dear, I told you to." Her eyes flashed. "I don't suppose you would have for...

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KIPPERED SOUL. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 12 September 1914

KIPPERED SOUL. A certain, divine^ whose knowledge ' Scottish idioms and expressions; svas rather weak, had been spending part of his holiday in the land of cakes. At breakfast one morning he was regaled with kippered herring, and greatly liked the tasty meal. Having been told that when herrings were kippered it meant that they were pre served, he mentally noted the instruc tion and made ludicrous use of it the following Sunday, when he prayed that the Lord would abundantly kipper the soul of their beloved parson.

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FEDERAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 12 September 1914

' J FEDERAL ELECTIONS: , The polling for-eandidates for the ..Se'iate and House o£ representatives, brought about by the double dissolu tion took place on Saturday, and re sulted in the defeat of the Cook Government, in> both Houses. The general- poliL seems to be lower than,at May elections of.d.9.J:3, but taking the apathy created-by the - more absorbing subject of war, into consideration, the- figures are very satisfactory. ' Several late; members of both Chambers, have been rejected by the electors in favob of their former mem bers, Jand in one-or two instances new men altogether:. . ■ Locally, •' the' number of votes re corded "showed! a falling off of but 14 votes. Great, interest was shown in j the contest from the earliest hour o£ voting until .wjsll. on towards the close of the poll,: add many waited, about until the completion of the count. As a result o£ the poll throughout the electorate;,'Mr Rodgers retains the Wannon sent,, ha ing defeated the Labor candidate, Mr M'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 12 September 1914

There ..Is...but--*. ......^.11II ONE Schnapps ... —WOLFE'5 SCHNAPPS

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 12 September 1914

YOUNGHSSSAND, ROW & Ci • PROPRIETARY LIMITED. Head Office: 94-6 King St., Melboi?r»rse ■ranches—ALBURY, LOCKHART, wodonga, TALLANGATTA, CORRYONG & WALWA. brokers FOR THE SALE OF mmmmammmm PROMPT RETURNS. WOOL, SHEEPSKINS, HIDES. TALLOW, FURRED SKINS W ALL STATION PRODUCE. ) CDCC OTAD IGI< .Three- months free on Grain received 1st vDeeeinbei" TltCC OIUilHIlL to 31st March, after'.which one. month allowed. WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR McDOUGALL'S SHEEP DIP. «SALVITIS" STOCK REMEDIES. WOOL & GRAIN WAREHOUSES & PRODUCE STORES PRIVATE SIDING - KENSINGTdN. m' THE BEST IS ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST. Singer Sewinj Machines for Family use. THE Sewing Maohine has so long beeu a necessity in evary family that the main question to be answered is, Which Maohine is the Best?' The women of the family are answering this question by purchasing ' ■ M«r« than twa million Singer Sewing Machines each year. The new Singer Model 66 is acknowledged the Lightest Running Lock-stit...

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