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CRIBBAGE TOURNAMENT [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 October 1915

ORIBBAGK TOURNAMENT ® The trophy presented to the crib bage club by the president, Mr W J; Lardner wilt be played for by mem bers to-night Th6 - game is single h&nded »nd wilt be played on the pro* grewiv* system %

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 October 1915

tmms SEWING MACHINES & fiMtf Sewing ISasSates Pays fer ttralfl BmPI pay ft Hum? pte« flw yw me&lml IfAU) IIOS. sell direct te yea «t tht lowest po© lifcle price-pay freight to your aUtion and kbaotately guarantee their machines for 25 years, fog cant do better than that sad youean'tgel i better asachlne for lore or money. Write foi illustrated Catalog-Fact free. Machines of all xnake» repaired, Weeile* and Parts supplied (or any Machine. 86-38 ERROL STREET, NORTH MELBOURNE. BBSS Tfct High Quality-Low Price Mill. It's ttrti. al! galvaniied, internal trued, filled with {cited crank. po»itfrc brake, Mniitive fvvan cf, renewable bearingt. and eficient 'abriGattoa. One cuttoraor hai purchased 117 mill*. Scores have purchased 30 to 40. All dive «ati»faetioa. fi-ft. Mill, weight 3301b*. - £6 ft 9t t# 420 it . £8 10 » ii t ®2? v9 . £ X O Other Site* is proportion. Towers from £4 Get Catalog. Pump*, piping, trouahj, tanba. tank standi, all acce*«ofi'« stocked. Our Expert will...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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Mr T WALSH'S DEPARTURE [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 October 1915

Mr T WALSH'S DEPARTURE . Mr T Walsh, who hai for many years been associated with Penshurst has purchased a hotel in the Wim mora,, and leaves Hortly to tafce up his new venture. during the many yean Mr Walsh ha resided here he has made many friends, who will be sorry^.tjp, mis* his. cheery word. Messrs J G Stewart and Co. o» Thursday ,next offer the whole of Mr Walsh's stock at Tobin's yards' at 2 o'clock, comprising 1,500 sheep and 500 lambs. .

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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REFERENDUM PROPOSALS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 October 1915

REFERENDUM PROPOSALS. It lias been, decided that the writs for the Referendutns shall issue on ( Tuesday the 2nd .November, and it is j intended to commence the despatch to j the electors of the pamphlets contain- ! ing the arguments for and ag;iinst..the = proposed amendments of the constitu- j tion within a few days. The latest, prints of the Rolls are being made I available for public inspection at the Post Offices throughout the Common . wealth (where forms of claim for enrol ment are obtainable) and posters, drawing attention to the Rolls and the requi. ements of the Law are being exhibited at the various Public Build ings. Notwithstanding that altern ations numbering over one million nine hundred thousand have been made in the Rolls throughout the Commonwealth since the last elections : by way of additions, removals, trans fers, changes <fcc. the Chief Electoral Officer for the Commonwealth is of the . opinion that a number of qualified persons have still to enrol o...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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BORROWING HURDLES. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 October 1915

BORROWING HURDLES. « Complaint was made by Mr E Day at the Agricultural Socioity-s; meeting on Thursday of several of the «ociety's hurdles having been taken out of the shed without permission and left upon the ground outside. It transpired that the keys liad never been returned, by the football club, and through this source the person who removed the hurdleB had secured the keys. Mr T Leahy was firm in the statement that the Society would have to take some action and it wan decided that no pro perty was to be removed without con sent from two of the grounds com mittee and the Secretary.

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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GNR. PEARSON FAREWELLED. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 October 1915

GNR. PEARSON F AREWELLED. A very pleasant evening was spent on Saturday at thc jiome of Or J D McOonnellj Warrnainbool, when Mr* MeConnell entertained a number of friends of her brother, Gunner W S Pearson, son of Mr and Mrs W Pear son of Penshurst, who is sailing shortly for the front. The drawing room was arranged for progressive euchre, which all entered into heartily Great joy was expressed when the winner of the gentleman's prize fell to the soldier guest of the evening, Miss Croagh being the successful lady, while Pjivate W Latta carried off the booby prize. The dining room, in which supper was served looked gay, decorated with flags, t ingle red, roses and grasses. After full justice had been done to the good things, Mr Lin Isay McLaren favored ,th3 com pany with a song, Cr J D MeConnell proposed the toast of the "King" and all joined in the singing of the National Anthem. Cr MeConnell alto proposed the toast of "Our. Guest and his Sol dier. Friends" (Private's- W Latta,- J L...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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DON'T TRIFLE WITH IT. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 October 1915

DON'T TRIFLE WITH IT Do not fail to keep a bottle of Cham berlain's Colic and Dirchoea - Remedy on hand during the summer, for bowel complaint is always, prevalent during the hot months and is too dangerous to be trifled with. This is especially true when the young children are at tacked with it A dose or two of Chatft berlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy will place the trouble within control and perhaps a" life. It has never been k&pwi) to fail even in the severest case® and Us cost ia not beyond anyone Sold by J'G'Chef^was, Penshurst.

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LATE BISHOP: HIGGINS [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 October 1915

LATE BISHOP: HIGGIN S . The " Month's Mind " of the-late Bishop Higgins was*celebrated at Sfc. Patrick's Cathedral, *j Ballarat-, on Wednesday. Amongst the eccleawe fcics present were Archbishop Carr, Archbishop Manpix, Archbishop Kpence (Adelaide), Archbishop Duhig (Brisbane), Dr. Reville (Bishop of: Sandhurst), Dr.. Phelan,'XBi#hop of Sale), and Dr. Dunn (Bishop of Wil cannia and Broken Hill). The cele brant was the CoadjutCr Archbishop of Melbourne (Dr. Man nix), who was aisisted by Arch-Pries t"Margh&M" and the following clergy:--The Rev Fathers Henneberry and Roper (chanters), M Mulcabey (deacon), Pbelan (sub-deacon), Very ; Rev Father Kennelly, M.C., assisted by Father Reidy. The panegyric was preached by Dr Duhig.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 October 1915

STRACHAN, MURRAY AND SHANNON, PTY. LTD. QEliJbUiN'G and BRANCHES WOOL & ®mm BROKERS LAND, STOCK AND | STATION AGENTS. f Stocs and Land Sales conducted in any part of the State. Wool Sales held wary week during the Season. SO CHARGE FOR STORAGE ^Representative for PENSHURST and EISTRTOT. Mr. W A. KELLY, "If ho will work in Conjunction with the belong .Branch. All business entrusted to kim will'Teceire strict attention. .. .. ,; POWLING DALTON '.AND. CO,, Auotioaeors, Stock and Station Ageats, PtHSHUBST. Monday, October 25. AT 1.30 P. M. 7' £ 'Phone,No. 17 T^OWLING DALTON & CO., through .-jT- f th»ir Auctioneer, Mr James Dalton, vrfll sell by Public Auction at their fort nightly Stock sale on the above date - a3 : fiJIowe:^- * . Cattle. 9 Store Cows 15 Toung Cattle Sheep. . . SO Pat Crossbred Wethera 30 Fat Crossbred Ewes 80Comeback Ewes shorn I ; Also, 2 Shearing Machines,. Leisters, with-shafting and all complete. :' t Foi particulars, apply Penshuvat ?- office. 1 Ag...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 October 1915

s*-~ ( ->. '' ">. >,W ?: t ?-_ £. >/ ..:. . > .ft®?®'?' V«:' *. it fA "iH';\- ' h * -vi V/fi ::" - ' - - - GIN \' - "ff V .' V J'j v;?"N....-. 0isiHlElt;iiTiU^ISEE@ OTE® §S5 YEABSL «t°a Cost of-Id. per tour nlJR FAR?f; !P: ^vIP. a k-jfk 4 V# ENGINE HvSWo; iKU |*': -well a»Vcut-] chaff, s^v jS,.. " ' . -wood, > ". chmts, &c. Il.cnn J>e st-^-ra ' ~ tached to. a - Wiritimi.' (i- ai- sj : "V most a'tty.'pump iti' 3 njiiiui. s'/ «> . i' Ntedt no mechanic'to fix *»?'< -..vv.:vai<. r£<>lWateY and wor s ail' day >v ' ' f . ' > r ' ' Without attention. H<i:r- e >' ;-j?o ««sd;si;.iaje ?$'?? ;B' v >yithMagncto- ®®iion. Jinlcres't^ ;jin- water »upp!y, or irrigation, i I ^jrour^wdt-klns conditions and" we; will t: state your ^wcil-kinz conditions ana we; win 'tjiioK 'We «tock: Steam. Kerosene,' Petrol and Hot. Air' ErieiriraV Centrifugal Purcpsj and "Tvlyert", l'j-> II- lJ D.. I -11 'L-. - . ? . .." ' ....

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MECHANICS' BILLIARD ROOM [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 October 1915

MECHANICS' BILLIARD ROOM At a special meeting of the com mittee of the Mechanics' Institute on Tuesday night it was decided to buy Mr Richie's billiard table for £50 and instal it in-the Mechanics' room Ar rangeroentf are now in hand for th© necessary changes

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THE Pensh[?]st Sree press. UBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 23rd, 1915 Local and General News PROGRESSING FAVORABLY [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 October 1915

. THE . ' 1 Pcnsbuis-t Sree pteM. VBLISHED EVERY SATUKDAY MORNING. . ' ; ...... _ .. i. : .". R SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 23rd, 1915 Local and General News - PROGRESSING FAVORABLY It will b« learned with pleasure by his m tiy friends that word has been received hj his people that Mr.Gordon Greig is making satisfactory progress through h-8 severe illrws !

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PENSHURST RED CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 October 1915

t PIEKSHtJRST RED QROSS. , The ladies of the Penshurst Branch . Red Cross Society met again on Thurs day afternoon and continued their good work in sewing, and knitting for the brave men, who are doing so much for us in the field of battle. Thelamb donated by Mr J Rentsch in. aid of Wounded Soldiers Eund was raffled and won by Mrs P Gellert. The' pre sident asked for assistance both- in help and donations at the forthcoming Agricultural Show, at which our members are to have charge of the luncheon and afernoon tea booths. There was a falling off in the number of goods brought in, but this we attri bute to the fact that the ladies are making articles to exhibit at the 8hows, which will be donated to our oiir society. The following donations . we«e rvponed -Mr A Ross £4, (sale of bull). Mrs F Olle £3 5s, (sale of cake), Mr fierce 5s (golf trophy) Miss McTLe »d 10s, Mi s T B.nrVer 5s, Mrs P Kruger; £\, (sale of parrot), Edna \yindsor: scarf, M r H J OUe number of bookj and magazines, M...

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THERE'S SOME CAUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 October 1915

THERE'S SOME CAUSE. - Wheri there is a tickling in the throat you may rr-st assured there i some cause, probably inflammation. Take Chamberiain's Cough Remedy at .once and you \»ill renlifJH itn qnioJc, soothing and influence. , Not orilydo^R Ohinu I«i CoTu^h R m - f»dyr» dtice the inflftiriniHtibn l»ut it also stren^' ben« : t b»» throat, making it stronger and more able to resist'- dis ease; Sold by J,G Chess was, Pens liurst.

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IN PREFERENCE TO ANY OTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 October 1915

IN PREFERENCE TO ANT OTHER. * i With old age comes inactive kpdy movements and si u ggi« h 1 i ve r, | 0 Id folks should nev^r u*e physics th&i> ftre ' harsh and irritating for they.aggravate the trouble- We unhesitatingly recom mend Chamberlain's Tablets in j pre ference to any other ra«dicin^ foxs^j ailed people. Chamberlain'); ' Tablets, are gentle and soothing in th-ir «cctojoN?i and are in* every.way reliable atijbene ficiul'to .the. whole-ay stein..? Bold by J (i Oii^.sw»h, Penshurst.

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SALE OF PENSHURST LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 October 1915

SALE OF PENSHURST LAN#. On Saturday last at Richie's Hotel Messrs Archibald,. M cFarlane and Co, in conjunction with the Perishursfc Branch of Messrs ^ Strachan, Murray and Shannon, offered for. sale (two dairy farms from the estate of thelat© John MacNamara. There was not a very spirited demand at auction. Mr J Haddow was the only purchaser at auction, having secured 74 acres ! ad joining KoJor estate at £18 per jMSCft. Treating privately Messrs P H aiji J 1 R Harnath later5 bought the. btock-g known as the "Creek Paddock," , jjon- 'i taiuing 44 $4 acres at £17 lOajper acre.

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OUR WOUNDED SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 October 1915

toJJR WOUNDED SOLDIERS. - A handsome English piano (manu factured by> Burling and: Mansfield, London), valued at X7o, is being dis posed of by tne Hamilton Eire Brigade 'by art union, about the end of Octo ber. The winning number will be published in the Hamilton Spectator 3md district papers, the proceeds of which are being devoted to the Aus tralian Wounded Soldiers. The price tickets has been kept at Is to allow of a general sale, arid at the same time assist our boys, who are return ing from the front. District people requiring tickets are asked to address, ' A McMillan, Hon. Secretary, Fire Brigade Committee, Hamilton.

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AUSTRALIAN WAR CENSUS [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 October 1915

f ? : WAK GEN BUS; . 5 3ir Hughes states that the sorting viand tabulating of the war census cards is proceeding rapidly. Up to the present 551,961 cards relating to, males have been dealt with . A total of 348,628, or 62| per cent, hare been classed as fit, 176,728, or 32 per cent, 'as doubtful, and 31,605, or 5J per cent) as unfit

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BORAM BORAM SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 October 1915

' in' rniniiniraK-mma ui ? mmunaumsmam BOBAM BOB,AM SCHOOL. Miss Fitzpatncir' of thC) !Educ»fciori Department Reliering Staff, "^rho ha^ for the past: twelve-mo^t^s v charge of the Boram Boram State School, fras received notice, to rajjort for transfer, her successor being Mid? AFitzgerald from Echuca. "v

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SHOW CANVASSING. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 October 1915

SHOW (CANVASSING. A high value was placed upon the services of Mr E Day as a' canvasser for Show donations and support at the meeting on Thursday last. ? Mr Leahy speaking on the matter said that Mr Day deserved special thanks for his energetic efforts on behalf of the so ciety, being one of its best workers. Mr Leahy was of the opinion that Mr Day should be empowered to choose hi§ canvassers from the society, as he was much an undoubted success as a captain in this direction. Th« meet ing eventually agreed to this course being adopted. It transpired during the meeting that Mr Day had been instrumental in obtaining donations of about 12 sheep which it was pro I posotl should be sold during the .show.

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