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PIONEERS OF EMPIRE. A HERO OF EXPLORATION. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 October 1914

PIONEERS OF EMPIRE. ▼ A HERO OF EXPLORATION. Among the many men who have faced death to. extend the bounds of Empire and liuman knowledge not one carried a stouter heart on a more perilous ' adventure than ' Br. Kane when one May day in' 1853 he turned his face -to the, Arctic wastes in search of the lost Sir John Franklin. k The ship that caiyied him was but a tiny craft of 144 tons^with, a crew of eighteen men all-.told ; but she had a well-tried "heart oif oak," and every man' on-board, her proved himself a • hero, :->.as the" fol lowing story—one of the ' ■ mbst amazing in the history of adven ture—will prove. Probably no man was e-ver ltess equipped physically for the role of explorer than Elisha Kane. Small and frail and racked by chronic rheumatism, he ^seemed muc.h|'mtfre' j fitted for an' invalid's couch tfiaiF for facing such hardships and perils as must fall to the lot of the man who adventures into the unknown. ,' But his heart, was as brave as his' -: body was frail;...

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

funeral Biackimitfc $ Coacwnlidtir, " 1 ' waaoons and Bttaaic* of ail descriptions ^iiiitto order; Coacb ■> r -\ » fc.Ov 5 :utqn?i v.* -> -• ..* «. » ;•■, •• r Phone 27* PtoshHrs^^Bww/fihoemg ^ Specially. ., ri; frori bl&s&Eite Seeds arie soi|d ::;• I' kMou try thIm.U:V. ■■'; Write for quotations for seeds, delivered at- \yoiir' "n^rcs ItaitwTijr. .^tati -beLlbW\||i!l^];bbur.ii^'i'pri^^ V'v-"!"" ■ ^ >^D ■: Best import ed t>waff 'Essf x' RapeV Hantelir RiVir/andotheT leading TanetUa of: LwsWtie,' SorL'hdifli' MiHets. T0mip8,thewr>nderfiil new fodder plant' Silver Baetf - *t*dP Smiths fqaipus (rtrftins of Field;Qiitrot and QHnnipion8 MflDReh>:.. iir'S.khzi i : . j , /State.^jjpp^ii^^te^ qiiBn.tiMesteqfliiedl. ! Catalogues lree ' : Mel^ B6x;168 G|,P.'Q..| GEO. .SMITH, SEE!) IMPOBTER, BALLARAT« • (Established. ; ppiTK HEAtlttKFI'J-. &<* ?! - . ;v SAVINGS: BAN K ' DEPARTMENT; ;;v^ * ■ *Tir unlet*' to ulioiii the puitiii*. Tiu:i«rv«eij ...

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A Wind-made Mountain. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 October 1914

A Wind-made Mountain. Earthquakes and ' volcanoes some times in a few seconds work havoc with the topography of a country, but the wind works more slowly in making changes on. the face of the earth. It has been on one job at Cape Honry, Va., for unknown centuries, and while it has accom plished much, it does not seem . to consider its work there completed, and promises to sticki to it for hun dreds of years longer, unless it chan ges itB favourite routes of travel or the ocean currents theirs, or; : the hand of man intervenes. The work the wind -has been doing at Cape Henry and of which it: never tires, from the beach, perhaps a hundredth part of an inch a day, a small mountain of sand. As the prevail ing winds at the Cape are north east, south-westward lies the course of this sand mountain. ; In its path is a dense forest of sypress, pine,, and beach trees, sheltering a jungle of undergrowth, in which make their home little black ^bears, an occa sional deer, foxes, raccoons, in num...

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Gun-Running Profits. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 October 1914

Gun-Running Profits. A few yeeira *go I)r. A. Berger, ah Oriental traveller, stated that gun-running has been pursued with success for some time past in Egypt. He had been ?, assured cm good authority that' ih the event of ah insurrection ' the, Egyptian natives would .. be found well armed with modern weapons, there being, over 40,000 repeating rides, with am munition,' burled . to' a" certaiu neigh* bourhood. He declared that ships laden with "arms were , able to defy our cruisers by affirming that the cargoes were destined for A.byssinia. Ih India a considerable gun-run ning business has been carried oh for years, and in lt>10 it was discover ed at the • Monghyr Railway Sta tion that what was _ supposed to be a parcel of walking-sticks wt& Un reality a consignment of arms. By an ingenious contrivance. the barrel of the gun was concealed ih ,;a stick, on the same principle as sword sticks, and; as Monghyr is '.knowm throughout Bengal for its walking sticks, large co...

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Happy Little Denmark. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 October 1914

Happy Little Denmark ; :There is nothing " rotten in the State'of ;Denmark"now.' It is tjw ■ best-governed ' - and most contented kingdom' in Europe; ;Denmarkhas been termed the.paradise :-pf the Bmall proprietor. Nearl v> fcwo^thirda.of ■ .her population make a living—and ai -good living—from the land, ohe-hal£ of the agri culturists being thwr own-ma«tera: s -. The secret of success hms lain in technical education and :6o-bperation\ Ev&ry farmer ' big or little,-beloriga to one 6f thVjjIteatcof operative associations; xvb ieh gufafe'him'in - the caire! o£ land and'oattfe; and/cHspitee<>f , :'Siis ^redute.to t^ ^St kdyai^^1 without '"'litie lie^e^ w^e of comj^^£V7''~£ ; ' -.Tlhe i^^lFprthasyite^. has^ been to jqgke ^ "npriTTiftrfc one pf the, richest <i»untr ies, in .iSurupe, in-proportion tip' her. "size.", Since 18S2, when.her first co-operative dairy' wis started, she entered upon a : course. which has effected nothing less than 3 renascence ....

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

MY MOTHER USED IT. '"When only four months old our little'baby'Frank waa attacked with^a terrible croupy cold," says Mrs. G; J; Smith, Mootwingee■ Station, ESuriowieJ N.S.W. "My mother having' ustki Chamberlain's Cough Remedy' for ine when I was a child, I at oiice' give it to my .ba^y arid he got'itnmediat relief: T have adopted it as our 'family Cough Remedyit has -never failed ine once. ' I trust .people; living "^iri thie: baek country- as we dp; witt beifBr fit-, by our experience and alwfiys'&wp ' CKamb&rVam's' Cough Rgftied^ :'itt 'their ''•ll'pmest" ;' '""j '"V"/." • •' '. 8<ad.br J.,6. T&mcwm.:'rmmnnt.' .

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RENOVATION HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 October 1914

i-M -WW1*} suila;.-.'?.-5Wge< ji.^^eri -^aUeic«;i:Tl dr'esses, is the following :—Put ■''■ ap jjonf^su'Stf^lfoM^ .%i£art£ 'of> cold wajjferjR^ij^tsl hofar, then pour .it inl^p .a..bowl, and wliep. luJ>.e.w«w,m. djj{, ..a sponge in jtjjp.4v wii^Sc ib^usbf ■■■*•* 3i|ilKd ^iftV^vxlear^rcold^wstw* .4ttd:B</| te^iafHe^org; w?nex;airi;;pnev ounce :.vc%l^Jd--:sHftt*. ;:i-i ;"ib<>nia..J:^<>^>v4-^i^v-:^ th£ :fem}?ftfi'i&, feat^sP\?ltti- *f> it,| MfWa&S^l: aHs^j ^bine..,. Ijrom. v co^^.andy-drqssea, diapolwe >:.HBfc onnce^o' --*ocksaminoma,.V3i'.'. and^hitlf aij:;';6uB^'J,'::ofA\^t^i"Ca^'^'f tiller?"Sfeiaj< :'' in''KS; '■pini--';.if ^' a HtfPM&f&j. 5§£sji*:I. kh&XtfpAjtfaft i. A<te(.WJU!dR rub; with «■:.>: <iVf . ^y>'Hsltttlfc- «.i fc ,i-A.:u:>x:*tc .•••..;:Jv« <>«•::•>

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

try •' 1 "~y. MADMAN'S FQk DRAPERY, BOOTHS, SHOES. ■ • . :< GROCERIES, HARDWARE, , = : .IRONMONGERY.

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A USEFULL CLEANING [?] [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 October 1914

fi> kaVGEBWu* C^BAOTJf^-lgEUiK 4 |woolteS Satisfaction . can*, be' .'liwiiV .as * fol- „ op9CS.>.£^. &<! vKoy»X;I sbHBJ^stQCsiiw&tBiirf) fcastillK-' «oi|>j tihAVea-y^Arie?;1- j>"8e*«i£>i th| tWs s$i^>ft"tfr&-_-*'•' ^€:IK?o:PaB," #£**?' t«» JSwip qu^t^:.^-.^Qhjb^»t^-£;a§{) whenf ?:,-)} feth£ fluid is quitfi. jjciJd, „put into it „5nt ounce,'}# «j^^|g&3£lgft&o9$& of et|ei5„j. bg&legfjlQr ftjjj# It! nwiiir-'TkbefteifciE ^emrai0^> %<&&»&>$ ;an{yr th|i}r;*^K^ia. *t | =#£.to KiWvrfcUl 3t^ias ,g!MkPPfa5»r3i^»%-.-ir« miypbeireiKOved;: fedire.carpgisd io/ttae;-'' -:> sanw'/^&yT"*. £•-- *J' h•^^•■',. r Ifs-ati*.* xKlf.-lr t\.-if^-l\

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Penshurst Patriotic Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 October 1914

Pensliurst Patriotic ~ Fund ' 1 The following additions have been Received to tlie above fund/ which now - totals £152 .7 : •■■■ iJ 8' - d' > ' Arttoufit previously ■ V - : : acknowledged ^ 1^0 -8 0 Ernest Rentsoh - ' .10 : o ' i ■ ■ Mrs Mary Wright 7 6; .n- Members of Hibernian, v v • Lodge 1... i . 0 ; 's Total ^o . date 152 7 0 In our last issue, the nauiQ of Mr B l^arnes -was -inadvertently, omitted from the Belgian fund, to which.-lie , subscribed an extra guinea. The£ubfie Works Loan Application ^Billpr<Widt-'s for £100,000 to b^ioan . ed to faviners for seed wheat, fallow ing, etc,' at, 4 per cent. « 1 v i J ^ '

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KITCHEN WRINKLES. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 October 1914

\ If anything on ■ been spilled^.a®^:;iRCiwlcdrrj8 rub : bed with rpw potato, the small will i in^nedi«g£|£j#s£fcis'*/f' STew potatoes placed in boiling water' to,,.wMch.7salt and a milii^...pt$y<uit&: 'tbem .vfr.pin-.; juniing....... bl|u&? ■'■■! . {The j^opjilar-cabbage is. useful for drawing and cleaning-<;a..gatherfs«i. Hjtalgor,jor,«pp%09ed ,o|b|^e rjeafr-'roll ^if'Vout ..witi\_. a, bottle,, until the jujee"; "comes, ./aricT . .i ~_ f •utSV: "I Jt . it on tjie aflecteif j5pjrt. f/ fealt,. will, remove ;.bifick beetles. jPtit plenty ' of sail" "where the $b^etlej?; f?eqijcm|, axi|lak^p .it there itof ,t a'¥jjWJsekr ' Bjv n^t''ielwe"*any, ffiS^t^go'V ''' Wlien •'. .?8rf £# tiffoifllsfas. **■>.»•« . s«i# .*«>-•! |ro remove "'fils'" ~ •Cabbage frai^ar^SkQG^JHi^ vburn a aWto&pR!' bh ■ mt>ye all odour,' jjfelfew scconds. ; ''/' ''''"" '* ... A retnforecd-ooatroU '■ building, 300 (art. high, eobtattaiag a spiral drive way for asto...

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Selecting a Maid of Honour. HOW THE POST IS [?] [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 October 1914

Megting * of Y """""" ioMiir. ^ " mow ram post is vwli '-"-mixtmi, yam^rnmmM-- $1 ' 'iiwlfi - W efcar, S 4 •* fiiii 7 OMiortr wa» tKs' teec- '".' <%jff /|il#or**io*"— 'A p#ma^& bHwn cillW"- "the Mother ;at(. tte .'Mai,d»,".- .v apaet long: since fc«dt--:fchf 'piiisitidn of Maid of Honour is a much-coveted one. In , dwH; the Hon. Sybil Cadogan, ap | pointed a Maid of , Honour by Queen Mary, wax ■ one of over 100 (iris vrho wire hopefully *f4,iting:~ to" be chose* to Ml' the vacancy. - ■:*■ Tke privileges---and advatftagos at--/ taeked te^thi- position are many, but a MaidofHonour must of ne- i':.. eessity b« an exceedingly accom plished. young,,woman. , In the first'.v; place she must- be » a, grand-daughter. .; of a peer, - if npt . nearer |n blood ; : . ^ ftr,v?'uniesa;. spm$ special provision . is made, the ofjlcfi .cannot be held by anyone below that, rank. Secondly, , she must be a good linguist, not only because of the foreigners she will meet jit Coirt, but ...

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HE MEANT WELL. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 October 1914

i. mranv jiteix! jv 'A'.i cojihtrycnan who Was ' puffiiig ||wajr atf'ia;|5hort clap pipe appear©^ tp. be considerably astonished/when hfe came—across a gentleuaan-'in toil BKinsi lying in the muddy road un derneath his motor-car.. Het step ped some-, time,,, tj^ien . a pitying lool^ crept into his 'eyes. . 'V •"Hi !" ^e-8hopjted. . "I can.'^fix. ypu up, guv'nor ^ ■..'v :; .: j".What on- ^arth do you maan ?" ^Mked jt^e'-'"anfery motorist, as he wriggled from under the car.. "Mean "thajt: you.can get •. a; light" from in-y pipe*", ^V'as .'thc answer. ..ijin^r ^there to -get '• j:' ,V (v {_•; ■:. Aifer tub . ..can /.•.toe;- njade into a ijji^hing' - -machine .by .an,.'iuyent^f^ lid to -'be/ clafcpedJupcin:i$,:':\!uu'ty< ing. beneath it blades driven by a water-motor mounted on top. / , The world's production of zinc last year, estimated at 1,103,359 tons, was the greatest on record.

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To Hang a Double Gate. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 October 1914

To Hang a" Double Gate. A simple and easy method of constructing' and hanging & double gate so that it will per fectly true when complete is showti in ■ the accompanying sfceije^. Make the gate in one piece by r^Shing the croaspieces C,,-from oikr;. tai^he other.; Leave a. small space be tween iie upright pieces X and Y so thatf^ they •''witill- swihgp 'free 6f: each other "when' tile ^tite' is -eut-' in tw<o. Hinge the'gate tor the'posts at all : v four :corjners, :t(feting ' the crosspieces .rWith'. <a ;ltovel. Then saw the gate;; in two at A and A and the twoji halves will swing perfect ly true )[and -miattth • each 'other*. M ■ *j ■■ ■ '■ • - - - -v. •

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"T T T." NEW WIRELESS DANGER SIGNAL, FOR OCEAN LINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 October 1914

"T T T." I NEW ' WIRELESS -, DANGER SIG^j j NAi, FOR OCEAN LINERS. . I A new wireless danger signal hu been invented by the International Convention* tor the •' Safety of - Life at Sea, the decisions of which have been embodied' in ! at bill presented, to the British Parliament by ,Mr.' John Burns. iThe signal t^kes the form of "T T T" r^eatedr ten "tirnee at full strength, and -is -a message of warn ing to ships that there are dan gers in their path, such as icebergs,, derelicts, ' cyclones, typhoons, or Sud ani: changes in landmarks. lie, bill provides that' ships ob serving anything dangerous to navi gation shall at once report. it. The .report is 'to be transmitted ,t« cerr tain . powerful wireless stations; ifrom. whi<ih tht danger/signal-. -Fill ' be sent out." S: t <*"*• ,rv*u*j!S?sKZH ~ - J"" ."*< No alteration has been.' made by thel convention in the ..wireless- die,^ tress call, which remains" "S- O S,-" but otiier additional signals have ...

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Home-made Paint Brush. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 October 1914

7Home-mad«P^ mother of invm wluin I> wanted a paint tiruatii and e^uljf not find,piie at hand, t and was sarpriaed lai-"the' gdW ' results ob tain»d. tw*nc; hi a: w5c as shown ia the sketch. Alter ramoving.!, the cell Jrom my hand I jfVidij)^ twine, tightly around Vjie'-haSf 'of tKe poll, jthua forming a handle firit fjjm bruah: and leaving the other J m Bqufc Jftde front tojw'ftlte • ^ for the'brush part. I then cut £faef %dah(^end,r ^upx-e^i, and, combed but' aU'the foesfe ' tods and t^ijy brush was complet^^ ^ls. Irtish: was excellent for rough work and did fine work with surprising-' %, good results. The length' of the " handle ' part and - this length and breadth be5 miodi 8«d tq-'siiit' the pir^oiie for/ whifcfa it is .intended.

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COLF. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 October 1914

COLF.. The twenty second competition under the auspices of the Penshurst Golf Club was held on Satuiday last, the eontest be ing for mixed doubles, IS holes. Follow ing are the results:— Hep. Gross. Net. W. J. Schooling & Miss L. Richie 101 17 84 W. A. Kelly & Miss I. OUe 100 12 88 B. W. Powling & Miss Greig 104 15 . .89. F. Foxcrof t & Miss Smnrt 115 21 '94 D. Walls & Mrs School ing 101 6 95 J. Bryan & Mrs Court ney 121, 26 95 E. B. Courtney & Mrs Bryan 118 17 101 F. E. Kierce & Miss B. Olle- 119 15 104 Several of the - Bachelors of the Club kindly provided afternoon tea. A vicar and his churchwarden were play ing a round of golf. The man of the cloth \vas completely off his Pame, and after fooz ling most of his shots and stiff ring from the advantage of b ing unabl • to us* th" com mon expl tivs which giv • comfort the ord inary golf- r, he gave up in d spair ' •• Cheer up my friend," consol-d the lay man'"There's on-...

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Beloved Ugliness. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 October 1914

' 1 Beloved Ugliness. —-—• ■:,.I£or some years now .there- has |^W4V% ^loT« -o^ugginew—or, ijo Jgi? amiwg. . y TfoV^jinstknee, the dahis^.^p9^mpressioi^iBj^and /ot^r^fisti,.;' 'l^t ^'h^i^e" ' burst 'ipair W^-*atoi)iBh«i $gjrtiE|j* Their "tfrbrk,. if»>■ jiidgW ^ tiy ^It'andarda of -a.'-Jew- years-ago;"could not pos sibly be called, beautiful; and yet it is almost worshipped by a grow ing number of people. • • Even children .have developed-a love of monstrosities in the shape of i toys. . One sees a child of to-day fohdlingi some hideous - - toy- frpak with all j thefioye imaginable.. JThe s$me \cl|ild. #ouldc proba#!^ turn; , in 'disgiist frpm theA^o^^dld' ^ol|.v. ftfay $.. £,v5§ Mr." ' Grane, jfhe ifaij^qT(i8 it is because f'chiiilrail; "'liter •'ztS%ir el-51 ders, like change* j; At, t Jiresent ; .have .taken a^fanjy for - ugly- - toys, j or, . at any r|,$e, jare hot frightened j | of'"them. hi, also thinks that' "children are fctillifond of the old | picture-hooks |iof the 'sev...

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Heavy Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 October 1914

Heavy Cattle. At the National Exhibition in Brisbane three bullocks from Tamrookum station, in the south-east of Queensland, put up record weights. They were purchased by the Australian Meat Export Company (Swift & Co.) for JB28/15/ each. When placed in the exhibition they weighed 62631b, and throe days afterwards, when weighed a -ain, they turned the scales it 6 911b, showing a loss of 62lb, or about 7ib £er day. The re spective weights on ttrt latter. Occasion were 20951b, 20511b ■ iiikI f046lb. Dressed hot they weighed 13731b, f384rlband 13581b. TKr6e other bullocks weighed iti all 56531b. The former were Shorthorn and the lat ter Hereford?. The Herefords were bought for .£20/3/ each. Three, bullocks in the. class for freezing, at the same show weigh ed 15161b, 14331b.and 14921b respectively. These were bought by the A. M E. Company at £13 per he^d.

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The Dyine Seaforth. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 October 1914

rr 'Hi—r'-j"^* - ^ ■: :•: * ? J . . ., n^ Tka Dyine Stafgrth. L«h yimrmmgo I inidt- » T«w I'(f /'ljr jfofc'etjl p^ipwtry? Wfrwjyl ther nnr or- far ; A soldier's ■ liM I cheri^t»d, mkI I loVidthtf'dfttrn aacifife, So I joined the gtUvt.: iMtrtki, . «md- '.served" them ill? ttiy life. Yon know I was quite healthy Bill, - whWmiingin that carp*, My cheeks w«r# like a-cherry red', . ; of health ,1 Jiad a .^ore; And 'in the eori Crimean' trench, ,. with.footprints in the now, I've heard the shrill blast sounded with measured beat and slow. Aad through the stirring Mutiny my regiment suffered great;.. You'know Miose driak/ fellow's- tkere would skulking on you wait1 .And .• cut you down ,so,'^uickly, they would'rarelyplay tlie game : . Thank God, I've been protected t» v •sl^are-iny re^imeiit's faSrie5,V But. th$se >; things unde|rmin«d^ some gallant feHowaJ' tooK Much stronger n?en than I, Bill,,. yet ^IfJafetf I/got ttirdngtf. '?.!< ,i<v My eyesight fast-is . .fa...

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