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ANOTHER WAY OF DRESSING ONIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 October 1914

'AKOTHBR<lPA^«^-^RESSlN<^.iba^3 ; .<s:,*>.r :<• J»«K> 3c *r>qmS. til :: tender ; drain . and ^gM^ae " .l^er^ls'<fcread.3rl®^i^tte:^an<i: bltgo': «$, ' but'terfK of* in*" & &■■ "WW $Sft?1«K8Rr haM-.-^q^pl^iLcr^a^jK^fonew ' &nd :gra0be^i^'oi»>it3^uiea.vc'rin{fi- ofiiia> houri^'; iSfi^ f^3.ic ?i^6h.*'i8i^pfce8ia--: '* ted a> "JI2 r -

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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Ladies' Column. STUFFED ONIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 October 1914

ladies' Colum/i. !.. . w '■ ~1 STUFFED ONIONS. jng^saHjpcUwatwj; taad ,, cqpk for ten $i^ta$eff!ii. v Jhen/~y\v%J; C^e onions, v ^ \> # poesing.. dowiL on a -clean cloth to^,.^' (tMortt(?t2fHake a stuffiti&J" * $: cMipJwftl ■* rtiiCteen and ham in tlfe,' i; I. proportion oi two . of • chicken to ,one"\ ~ at bam, or to one tablespoonful- of bread crumbs. > ■VtfOp'" thrtlBttm""fH)arty-"-removed^—~c. befol£^, adfiS "ji&jj >J }Q *, ot&er ingredients with a tablespoon- v ful' of oiled batter, . Depper . and salt to Itaste. MMMwIlvlitfa£.-j(i1i little white stock. Fill xhe ..onions with this mixtuM,.^idi;t>&$£jl MS? iiP-Jl v* baking tin, containing ..water to the ' deptl^-ifiJiq.ftp8Jvi^h.aij-. ^eris^oqttvw'j ; J^o»*:oKitfc;i.'(,i>feadi^9Eum!i0>Ein««.V1ftrn^£j^ with ''b&kattfc*' wvtih sc. for ioifla ?p»fsffiii«yEe»riT r ten<jd£ li^'-r^iilliiS'-^tK»r«,«ifepe1*- <*? V Re#' otf»K Mmals J ■fcfaejf r'JtXf> yWfe5...

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A NEW CARD GAME. "WOMEN ARE TRUMPS." [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 October 1914

!M 31 lfr:c. jfe&w&C f1 11 '"WOMEN ARB TRTTMPS. •:-'¥k'o.; l»5it' word'^4rn"eard'Tgames' is •? '^dfe^'Y AM^-- '(turfi# '"^w'York World). .Have you Aug,/: :io«truflt>i?®* is played with Wa«.ncards, the sajRe,'. i^sjmber.,as in the ordinary pack, but_.th.ei<j. „&H ^^fflt^ierw^seB. "jT jf j^jv? _yVA • ■~..' 9p,%d)js^," ^®«its; Iclubs,'' iiid' ' di'a Lmij^div'»g5,-d6ne away with; into the discord with them go kings, knaves,"* and' aces. Only the queens are left, and of these are a pje^fcjS for, t£i8 is a suffrage game 6T 'Woinieri;5likewise •: the --Sxv chequer of tlfe' akmo—price, one dol • lar' pW^acSip i* i V..'"c* .-. And... who wftnta kings,: *.? say.;!10: thing.^of ridle- knaves, with their • well^k^own; .< ^erpicipus habit of stealing from queens, in a strictly *f£&i'hfiiif $&£&?'' ''"r-- •'•' >'■ • C-Mrsiv' iJiihn\ #iiteOY«nftI$:i&isseraer has mothered* the„pesrllg^igfi4;c.|,|i}la ,delpfaia ...is...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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The Best Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 October 1914

A letter tint shall be worth keep v pu^ly pr*$fc*^ re^sosf* Stakes needs jioine two real human be „ ,. ... are. "Fotf-tffe corjWpbrtfrenee thai nobodv'»tyai beiwe^ru, <• V*^s fiends ^(frtenjis couree/itffr mother and son), and probably the friendB of & different sex. That "SBeren^p is a -kin<T of lea^tin. rlt is like a * flicker of -jjummer $ghfcjnLHg _iii thej^uiet night.!.. It addf-tlw'.salt of unconscious antagonism, the :^«<8jsnRfcsympathy. It is a thing of quite extraordinary potentialities. And so long as .love nods his small head over his &«•'« kknff; ters at all btrt. lyrios,.in prose,,. or '<fOT8enew' Hfe^^^xcelsis vacuo). They are purely personal jragture.

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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THE penshurst free press. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3rd, 1914. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 October 1914

"'■'THE | Pensfyurst Sree press. l*BBU8HEp E?eby ^atobbay MoRNINft | Saturday^ October, 3rd, 19 l t; f 1 ■ 11 1'=? Local and General News. ' v. At the'.Abnoai ;conft«nis^ Jf" $He Oo-dpeir'ative Batter and C^ftfeBe"]?ac' tories Association, held in Melbourne, laat week, Mr-E Fitzgerald (Koruin ourra said that he would .like to sub mit a very important, matter to the meeting.- They ail knew that und*r the;Dairy Supervision Act ao inppcc tion fee of 6d per cow was charged, j This be Considered most exorbitant, and he quoted records of the Depart ment of Agriculture, whioh went to 'show that the revenue procured under Government control was only one quarter of the cost to the Government which practically stated, thajb the actu al cost of inspection was 2s;'per con. Now; this charge seemed to be out of all reason, when it was remembered that the inspection under municipal control was only 2d to 3d per cow; and, whilst he recognised that unifor mity of control was to the advantage.: of th...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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Doctor and [?]er [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 October 1914

Sn'HHP . lastic curio^collector, at. once linholed him. ^taia 2fc n b-utftrflies "on th4 enitBliiJNisii'OtJ £he le that evening when he., saw tlftis lot, him ?" sh«uie(|{(^^itjtean iAa]§r. ' .-«-■ '■'■'■ v' , ... sir !"... breathlessly, .replied tjie^in^Jfyrod. | LUid. Thei39roMspBIWiaSfttl^(gn^ney. '.'Where'? the skiii?" he [cri sir l'fr lopkeg,.^ -^d >-,3fc¥5^,-^j tige^tftU?c/H#l|W :.and <1>ieddih9> lt^fnVv:>'^ finr-?»fild**M*W *! - An - enormous Russian biplane has taken up 1&. passengers for IS win utes. •. The saihe vjnachine, with: a p|lot and ; 8 passengers,.- kept S00 feet: high- in the -air ■ over-two hours. Thq uppar plane ba« 114ft. . span. The motors mnrtjr;\400 h.p. -

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NOTES ON THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 October 1914

NOTES ON THE WAR. , •• m 'A " The Enemy baa been active on the line front Noyon to M$tz, but their re , peatrd coiunter attacks have been re [ pulsed with great loss. ; Tliej Ailiwi during the latterend of the week made considerable advance.!, On Friday the Allies advance troops bad to yeild a little to over ^ehpinly superibf,. numbers, but on. arrival of reinforcements, recovered the ground and made still turtlier ad vince. . On Saturday the enemy had been 'driven - back from St. Mihiel, the fourteenth German corps suffering great losses. . f; Miljofc jjfeneral ^Stronger, of the Gerifial* 'SJlrd" ^brigade, ordered his troops to take no more prisoners, but, fcO.pHt vto. the sword all who fall into" their hands, isolated or in groups, and; also to kill wounded men, ariued or unait^ed. "Che Germans he added, mujit leave no living Frenchmen be hind. Instances of individual bravery are continually reported. A Highlander thte last' of a maxim's crew, carried the^mixigvjon his back to the...

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[?] [?] [?] Names. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 October 1914

[CMir i | Peofflk;lrt&>i 3o{' i^i\tayd 'b'ie^' lillSw ed the pleasure of 'having as many J&M&ii'JM! 40ie9b.-anUb.<:-j iM&xl 'j r^iyMjarfc fas.... definite ..and adwittTO .'.oi.' np infraction of \its rulitig. The only exception^ sgulation was in ans of' Royal fa] they |»ame, bu' rdinarvyrank jmwlsejjror obstinate ivinidrmt>re ths&< j Forjthe tj to this case, of per If they .wish middle on of r>jsuffi^ntly' o insisfr\on o appellation ^.c/^je would like* :-post an] second ome moffe s the his S stuhifbrn til iatmf #e pJ ljsgal .stages of watf^fim^hanj i fd of -a Igning lent ^te hUWsigifi Nura^lllj Utt/.-r m

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XVIII. FORBIDDEN FRUIT IS SWEET. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 October 1914

THE MASTER PASSION; CHAPTER XVJII. FORBIDDEN FRUIT IS KWBKT. I Captain t Beresford had .certainly | beard of tlie dangers which, in fairy tale or history, surround those golden ciustera which are edited' forbidden fruit, but nevertheless be hovered round it, deaf to conscience, common sense,and prudence. The .sight .qf. Ida was to him like water to (he desert, or rest to the weary; ' He-had longed for her witbsuch hot impati ence, that it bad - worn himoutlike a positive fever, and he went about look ing" a mere shadow of bis former self. A'll along he knew, tbat he .was a fool, for first she was engaged to hia friend, and now she w is the-wife of. another man. Still, he told himself that if it was a pleasure to him to see' her, he could dp no harm by driving do-vn to St. John's Wood whenever he bad the chance. Her husband Mt her too much , to. herself, and it was only an - act of Christian charity, to'cheer her solitude. Poor christian Charity has oftQn to bear strange burdens; whi...

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A Mechanical Employment Bureau. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 October 1914

A Mechanical Employment : ■ ■ y-f tofihieJ! \m'ah.:-.^ind £k<& 'jfcto-has •been invented by a Californiaii.-. it ^consists of. an upright-;.:c*binet -with a- number of glasg-cpvered case^, each of Which sho wb': a ?aid ;with*&h inscription something ,, like' this : ^"Wanted—A Buteher.-;Wa£^, "3dol. a d^^.r , >(3erirf*tt.pRfefe»etf: <ReferencesV''; Enough informAtign y is Rlac^d.;o^ t|ie. cprd, and yisiple^tl^o-iigh "the glass, b'6 that.[' ^e .appfifiant 'ran*'ieh.' if he ■ can itil^'thV "requiir^tfM^f; rf'w $$ drops. ,25.cs. .jB.,$fyp slot,.;.- opens " tpe cabinet, and takes out the card, which-carri^.the-a^r^.j.uponvthe.. reverse. If he obtains the position, he haso^ty;.--ap:cui^Eter instead <^f the peejdCglande.d/^.by some 'agencies, • while if... he is° un by taking the card to the main of 6ce/? j placed in the cabinet, sci there is no crush ^SR^itfeef £j»jty>yer, Which is a'good thing for both par ses. The • machYin"e"s ...

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WOMEN WORKERS AT MILDURA. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 October 1914

WOMEN WOBKBKS AT MILDUBA. Women and girls of.- to-day have found their.way into many callings which, from the material handled, seem little fitted for the one - timegentler sex," but in fruit picking packing, and dryiiiR. they have found an occ upation for which they seem especially suited' —an occupation, ton, m which they, are paid oh the same xcale as men. All the operations of this ideal work are performed in the open air, with none of the stooping oyer machine, or bench, aa i>>the case with the less fortunate workers in city factories, and each paction ot the work cal s for play of the muscles aud of the lungs iu air fragrant with delicious odours of ripe or ripening fruit, and bright with myriads ■ f butterflies and bee*. The gardens are bordered in rnoi>t cases by tamarisk trees no * all delicate with their lovely evanescent bloom, and within this wall of colour the pickers move up and down the rows of heavily laden trees, each bearing a coupteof light pails, rectang...

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Lost in Windsor Castle. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 October 1914

- Lest in S ifr. J. C. Millar, the celebrated C*»tl« for* a few days, to paint pi^tuflBjgw|Queen w < shfc ^ttB^rong tnere?.^One morni he' arrived earlier t>an -^suaj, .vhj.d, luncheon in good selfr, and then got the'iQueen 'in1 qupetion, yto;;'sit Ipr an 1i$ulC ^im. Raving thus mad^ grpss with his picture, he resolved to take a stroll in the park for a I little while as a change,, and a'c ! coydiggiy^-^gtgpted^to^faid r-thiai otft. But, unforlunaftelfT^^e j£ot idlst^' He ' went upFonf corrijorf after | attr other in Ijarfty *k>al4~^*nol meet any servant. who might be questioned effectivelj^?j|J^?®fi^^&»-. ptise. Finally, at the end ef a long passage, he came to a door Which' iMp, into the courtyara. So He o] inland. ^ent „on. surprise and chagrin».when ..^he fbtirid himself in a ,^oom . where 'sat the very with another famous., royal. person; «Bf}e.! ' ' ~M%U$T *«' So upset was Mr. Millar that he dashed out as if shot, ~ ran back d^^^ssa^ ^d;;ict^ pell out o...

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BRITAIN AND JAPAN. The Alliance. WHAT THE TERMS MEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 October 1914

Bit ijA JN: A;N;D /'MPANy •>* •• The Alliance. • • WHAT qPHE tEBStS MEiN/ ' ' The importance of the Ati$o-ifapane86: Alliance looms large at the :preserit" ■ «nt. It is of special interest-to Australia. V; .The firet treaty between Britain aiildi Jav v. pan was signed on Jahua^!&,i.< i$Q% Jtf®* two Governments being kctuai«d,' .ais tne preamble hadit," aotely1 by1'# tleBire "to< maintain the status quo. and general* peace of the {extreme■ East, .being:moreover, »pec-. ialiy interested in maintaining.,'the. indp*: p»ndeilce 4nd territorial' integrity of' the* Empire of China and the Empire^of Korea,; and in - securing equal opportunities, 'u those countries for .the rontmqrce and in? dustry of all mations.". ."On August 12,1905, t.iie treaty, was re newed for ten years, with freah stipulations having for their cibjefctr'(a) The'"co'nsdlidat1 ion and lnaintenanee-of 'the general peace: in the regions of Eastern Asia and cl. India* (b)the preservation,o...

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How I was Saved. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 October 1914

How I waPFavett (By One of j8i£^ut<(lvbe^fllr Empress of Ireland.) , .V.V/T' - ' •Mr. C. R. Clark, the sides' ihana ger for one of the, Jbefjt-known motor oar firms in LondA$ Sl^as one of the few survivors from the wreck of the ill-fated Empress of Ireland. In the following article he graphically tells the story of the awful sensations he experienced wty>n and he was d^tfgged^'^^HW wmrP tpool of.. .wreckage and bodies, being Ultimately'- saved • 'fcjr'- the merest chance :— AN AWFUL AWAKENING. I About 2 o'clock I was awakened [by the sourid :_§g^?s' gjtren ■blowing, and almost immediately, afterwards distinctly heard two answering- notesjiUiraSpi another ship, which evidently was the Stforstad. I got out of bed and looked out of the window ; to '%!»'•' i&fcgy, but found that there . was only a very severe, and I did hot then get out of my.,bunk. A^, fe# moments later, however, I fourtd\'4h'at I could not stav in the centreof the bunk, but was sUppi^^pWth^cl^ I ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 October 1914

: ; RROPRfE?TARY LIMITED. li^id^Alcel 94^6 King St., MeSbaw^ne Branches—ALBURY, LOCKHART, WOJBQNGA, TALLANGATTA, CORRYONG & WALWA. THE SALE OF AND •• f&GMPTV RETURNS. INSTRUCTIONS ADHERED TO. ^ES^p^F}iRRED SKINS AND ALL STATION PRODUCE. rnrr' 0TI1DAPEtbooths free on Grain received 1st December tllfcfc OlUltAbC to W'liatch, after which one month allowed. WHOLESALZ AGENTS FOR McDOUGALL'S SHEEP DIP. "SALVITIS" STOCK REMEDIES. WOOL & GRAIN WAREHOUSES & PRODUCE STORES PRIVATE SIDINt? - KENSINGTON. >

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 October 1914

«IA^:SHOW;v , 3rd December, ' *=5 VV*£ :-.i^ JENTRlPS'^iiOSE TUESDA T, 24th NOVE]MBEB:A^.%ta^ • '-.<,/}■ ■■.'■■:JSov. fur^lietparticuiarsf tipjJly to J AS. DALTQ3jy Sec^' > '. 'A—HO'RSES^ v : s,■:■■ fcliis section, unless otlieir.wrise; statedv:ai:e^Ficst;;;£l Is j '-2Qd 40&-6d; ;3r3};cer-, v ;: tificate. Entrajace 'JfJig^Fdr1'^Stullipas/Meiiibers '• S.s; 6d/hftn-'rnembers 5s. - Jtiigli Jiiiiip, jnemJ^rs. "Ss,,JB6n-members"6^yt :AlL oth^iveutrance nioitfey.. . in horse section, 'rri&mbeEs- :2s, -rion^nieniberi . 3si (jd. '"'Aitiiiidants admitted iree. " -~' " • ,s*.Tb^'^Biety's'Sgecial'.Blue RiBboti willbe awai;(5e.d;%^ the Ghainjmm Draught Stallion; and ; Best*^IVproughbr'ed Stallion- andr;Mare, cBest;:0i*a:fgM)StallioAV. ^nd' /Mjare, Best Pony ,, ^alKb# andvSlare..:/' '. .. * •'• •• . \ ^fe^x^^lleci^s^Howard, Radford; Cblton-and ■1Dr;.Sw'eetuani; * • • •" '1 :Dmight.Entare,,,auy .age...' ; ' ' ' ;2.1)r!iug£^.'Enju-e, 3 years " - ■ '•* .>&lt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 October 1914

it W. POWLIXG &C0, Auctioneer*, Stock ia& Station Agtnta, . PkNSHURST. IffoaiUy Oetotior 5tibiv 'Plione No, 17 RW. POWLINd & CO (through their auctioneer, i J., P.; EQB§X'£JJ, will hold their »on nightly sale at'lobin'to tarda on the above date, atl.30 p.m., when they will •ffer. 3 fat Cows 3 spayed Heifers 3 Cows, guaranteed 20 -Ewes :• : ; «. . 20 fat Lambs Surplus milk at Butter Factory from 1st November. Agents for North British and Meteanile Insurance Co. Ltd. atid The TruBiee9r liJco^. and Agency Co.,: Ltd. Sunshine Harvester c° v-•/' Agent at Macarthur—Mb. P. FOX. ( K M. HYSLOP L D.S.. B.D.8. - -J Dektist, Tel. 172. Tliorold Buildings honmon Street, HAMILTON;^ Will visit Pensliurst fortnightly, and may be consulted from 10 a.ml to 5 p.m. at Riebie's hotel, on Monday, Sept . 28, STRACHA.K, MURRAY and SHANNON, Pty. Ltd, tfEfcLuiVO and BRANCHES WOOL & GRAIN BROKERS LAND, STOCK, and STATION AGENTS. . StocK and Land Sales conducted in any part of th...

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PENSHURST MAIL TIME-TABLE. DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 October 1914

PENSHURST MAIL TIME-TABLE. ' ' "despatched. Monday—Warrnambool, Koroit, • - ' ^ 'Ha^kesdalo—.. ... . 6.45 a.m. Melbourne, Hamilton, Ararat, Ballarat,Dub- . keld .. 9.40 a.m; Caramut .. , i. ... . 9.45 a.m. Melbourne, Hamil ton, Warrnambool /? .. 4.*20 p.m.. Tuesday—Warrnambool, Kor- • - ■_ oit, Hawkesdale.. .. 6.45 a.m. Melbourne, Hamilton, f Ballarat, Ararat,Dun keld — 9.40 a.m. • Caramut .9.45 a.m Melbourne, Warr i nambool .. ...... 4v20 p.m. Hamilton.-.'... v_ 7.-25 p.m. Wednesday^-'. NYejrrnambool,;.^.-! ■ . Koroit, Hawkesdale 6.45 a.m.: Melbourne, Hamil ton", ' Ararat;- -Balls-' rat, lJuiikeld' ... .. , 9.40 a.m. Caramut .... :9.45 a.m. Melbourne, WarT-J; "nambool i.20 p.m. Hamilton 7.25 p.m. Thursday—Melbourne, Ham ilton, 'Ararat, Dud keld 9.40 a.m. Warrnambool . . .. 11.35 a.m. • Caramut 12.30- a.m. Melbourne, Hamil ton .. :. .. Vi.' {4.20 p.m. , Warrnambool, Koroit, , Hawkesdale 6.50 a.m; Friday—Melbourne. Ham? ilton. Ballarat,Ararat, . Dunkeld .. . . .. .. 9.40 a.m. vCuram....

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ELECTRIC CHARWOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 October 1914

ELECTRIC CHARWOMAN. the . field of the.'charwoman, for ah "elec tric '■ iscrubliing-' machine, - hns v just come into use. It is a little push* cart,- supplied •• with electric ■■■■•pawer* , tlirougli a cablc connected with tt lamp socket. The - operator- ', simply pushes it over the: marble:-floor and -' contrplp ltp. operations *by levers on" the cart handle.' A 'Jtett'of brushes • revolve on the. : floor^. while a . littlestreapi ;of water ."trickles down / through them from a tank. Powdered soap is fed to the water in easily-regulated: amounts. - As the , cart id <pushed M -ahead the dirty water. is,. swe[)t. up to a pipe and a little pump Bucks it up from the floor. N

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The German Way. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 October 1914

The German Way. ^ It is an astonishing fact, that a blind man may ' drive a motor-car in the United Kingdom. ' Anyone who has a driving licence, which can be obtained on the payment ; of 58. without any test of qualifica tion,. is entitled to drive ^,car whe ther he is able to do so or,not. The German methods is in strong contrast to that ot Britain. ' If a German wishes < to. drive a ihotor'':; car he must: first take out a one month's tuition licence,., whicjb pet-. nuts him "to > leatn to drive/ the end of the - month/he is taken into the: heart of a-l&rVe? ^cffyi'an# . with an official at his side ismade to drive in and out of the traffic. > One little slip, a slight hesitation in slowing up, and back; he: is put for another month of tuition. There are many cases in which even three months'''tuition is insisted on, and ' there are; others~. in which licenses, are refused altogether. jThe 1 result of this is that the accident per centage in Berlin iS only...

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